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USACE is sharing flood inundation maps for its dams in the National Inventory of Dams as well as narrative summaries about what our dams do, benefits they provide and risks they pose, and planned and ongoing actions to manage dam risks.
Work being done on Isabella Dam
The Los Angeles District is responsible for 14 harbors along the Southern California coast stretching from San Diego Harbor near the Mexican border to Morro Bay Harbor on California's central coast.
The Humboldt Jetty project consists of repairs to the North and South Jetties that maintain the opening and the federal navigation channel into Humboldt Bay.
The Petaluma River is located on San Pablo Bay in Sonoma and Marin Counties, California. Operations and Maintenance (O&M) provides for dredging of a channel 200 feet wide to a depth of -8 feet Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW) across the flats in San...

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Contracting in Disasters: What Companies Can Do To Help

Published March 21, 2020

MEMORANDUM FOR Prospective United States Army Corps of Engineers
Contractors
SUBJECT: Message from the Director of Contracting                   
1. I want to make sure that everyone understands the first steps in doing business with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the Government, is for your company to register with SAM.gov (https://sam.gov/SAM/pages/public/index.jsf). Within SAM.gov is the Disaster Response Registry, where you can register your company's unique capabilities (https://sam.gov/SAM/pages/public/searchRecords/advancedDRSearch.jsf).
2. If you are interested in doing business with us, I invite you to our website where you can find more about contracting with USACE and the U.S. Government (https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Contracting/).
3. If you are registered as a small business, I encourage you to work with our Small Business Program professionals (https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/SmallBusiness/). You can also work with the Small Business Association (SBA)
(https://www.sba.gov/).
4. There are also many subcontracting opportunities for your company, working as a part of the whole to accomplish the mission. This is usually done in partnership with larger companies. The SBA can best help you here.
5. Thank you for your willingness to help the country in its efforts to combat and recover from COVID-19. This is a trying time for everyone.

JILL E. STIGLICH
Director of Contracting

Read full memorandum on Contracting in Disasters from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineering Director of Contracting here. 


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Contracting in Disasters: What Companies Can Do To Help

Published March 21, 2020

MEMORANDUM FOR Prospective United States Army Corps of Engineers
Contractors
SUBJECT: Message from the Director of Contracting                   
1. I want to make sure that everyone understands the first steps in doing business with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the Government, is for your company to register with SAM.gov (https://sam.gov/SAM/pages/public/index.jsf). Within SAM.gov is the Disaster Response Registry, where you can register your company's unique capabilities (https://sam.gov/SAM/pages/public/searchRecords/advancedDRSearch.jsf).
2. If you are interested in doing business with us, I invite you to our website where you can find more about contracting with USACE and the U.S. Government (https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Contracting/).
3. If you are registered as a small business, I encourage you to work with our Small Business Program professionals (https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/SmallBusiness/). You can also work with the Small Business Association (SBA)
(https://www.sba.gov/).
4. There are also many subcontracting opportunities for your company, working as a part of the whole to accomplish the mission. This is usually done in partnership with larger companies. The SBA can best help you here.
5. Thank you for your willingness to help the country in its efforts to combat and recover from COVID-19. This is a trying time for everyone.

JILL E. STIGLICH
Director of Contracting

Read full memorandum on Contracting in Disasters from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineering Director of Contracting here.