In order to stay competitive
for government contracts, contractors should join the computer age if they have not already done so. The U.S. government, including the Department of the Army and Fort Rucker, is moving towards a paperless system of contracting for goods and services.
The government's goal of paperless procurement mirrors what is happening in the commercial world. More and more requirements are being satisfied via computer. Companies that adapt to this change will be better able to compete for government and commercial contracts.
All requirements estimated to exceed $2,500.00 processed by MICC ICO-Fort Rucker are now posted to https://www.fbo.gov. Many solicitations are also available here.
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