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Contracting Division

Welcome to the Contracting Office website. We are responsible for supporting the Rock Island District's mission by soliciting quality contractors that can provide supplies, services and construction to accomplish the District's mission in accordance with Federal, DoD, Army, and Corps of Engineers Acquisition rules, regulations and guidance.

We issue contracts in support of the District’s mission to administer Federal water resource development programs in large portions of Iowa and Illinois and smaller portions of Wisconsin, Missouri, and Minnesota.  We contract for supplies, services, and construction that are required within the District boundaries.  The area covers 78,318 square miles and essentially includes a drainage basin for 314 miles of the Mississippi River from Guttenburg, Iowa, downstream to Saverton, Missouri, and 268 miles of the Illinois Waterway from Lake Street on the Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal and 130th Street on the Cal-Sag Channel to Mile 80 on the Illinois River and tributaries thereto within the boundaries of the Rock Island District.

Contracting Opportunities

The Rock Island District’s contracting opportunities can be viewed and downloaded from the beta.SAM.gov website. Click HERE for detailed instructions on how to search for specific Rock Island District opportunities. 

For more information on doing business with the District (for all size businesses) please visit the Small Business Programs page at www.mvr.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Small-Business/.

We have also included links to General Contracting Information and links to other agencies and organizations that relate to our mission and would be of interest in obtaining or learning more information.


NOTICE TO ALL VENDORS AND PROSPECTIVE CONTRACTORS

Contractors must have a current registration in the System For Award Management (SAM) prior to award of any contract, basic agreement, basic ordering agreement, or blanket purchase agreement. Lack of a current registration in the SAM database will make an offer or ineligible for award.

Contractor Resources

Accident Prevention Plans (APP)

Before initiation of work at the job site, an Accident Prevention Plan (APP) shall be reviewed and found acceptable by the Government Designated Authority (GDA).

APPs shall be developed and submitted by the Contractor. The Contractor shall address each of the elements/sub-elements in the outline contained in Appendix A of the EM 385-1-1 in the order that they are provided in the manual. If an item is not applicable because of the nature of the work to be performed, the Contractor shall state this exception and provide a justification.

Accident Prevention Plan Checklist

Abbreviated Accident Prevention Plan Checklist


Operations Security (OPSEC) Training

For Army operations security (OPSEC) to be effective, all Army personnel (soldier, civilian, and DOD contractors) must understand how OPSEC complements traditional security programs. The link below provides access to required security for all contractors working for the Rock Island District. 

Contractors Operations Security (OPSEC) Training

Contact Information

Rock Island District Contracting Office
Phone: (309) 794-5628
Fax: (309) 794-5172
cemvr-ct-web@usace.army.mil

Mailing Address (regular mail):
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island
ATTN: Contracting
Clock Tower Building
P.O. Box 2004
Rock Island, IL  61204-2004

Mailing Address (FedEx, UPS):
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island
ATTN: Contracting
Clock Tower Building
1500 Rock Island Drive
Rock Island, IL  61201