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COVID-19 Information for Contractors

  1. If you are a current contractor for a USACE Rock Island District contract and COVID-19 is affecting your operations or if you have questions about effects on contract performance, please contact your contracting officer.
  2. Industry partners interested in any contract opportunities or market research requests please visit: Contractors can provide capability statements directly to: All questions regarding COVID-19 contracting opportunities can be directed to the USACE Directorate of Contracting email using the link on the website listed above. 
  3. Contracting in Disasters: What Companies Can Do To Help - A message from the Contracting Director
  4. Small Business Administration Resources for COVID-19:


The Deputy, Small Business Programs is currently serving on a 120-day detail with another Army organization.

If your company does not currently do business with the Rock Island District or would like to market your capabilities, please contact the Contracting Officer at 309-794-5048. 

NOTE: The District will not be scheduling one-on-one capabilities briefings at this time, but the Contracting Officer will provide any requested information to assist your company.

If your company is a current contractor with the District and have questions on your contract, any other requirement or would like general advice on small business related matters and/or contract administration, please contact the District Contracting Chief at 309-794-5628.

Industry engagement is a top priority for USACE-Rock Island District, and we will strive to provide the same level of customer service during this short term absence.

Small Business Program

The Rock Island District Small Business Program ensures that small businesses have the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in Rock Island District acquisitions through contracts or subcontracts. The District's program provides outreach to inform small businesses on how to do business with us.

The Program also provides advice and assistance to the Rock Island District workforce on all aspects of the Small Business Program. The involvement of small business concerns in our military and civil works programs is vital to the mission of the Army and to the nation’s economic prosperity. Rock Island District is committed to developing small business concerns, providing procurement opportunities, training and counseling businesses for success, and establishing a broad base of capable suppliers to support the Army’s mission.


FY19 Small Business Program Achievements
Small Business Entity Goal Achievement
 Small Business 30% 27.80%
 Small Disadvantaged Business 11% 17.91%
 Woman Owned Small Business 2% 6.47%
 HUBZone Small Business 4% 8.56%
 Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business 3% 2.82%

Doing Business With Us

If you would like to discuss your capabilities to support District contract opportunities, please complete our Contractor Information Survey, and submit with any additional company information to requesting a capabilities briefing.

Doing Business with the Rock Island District - Basic "How To" Guide

"How To" - Procurements Under $25,000 - October 2018

Finding Rock Island District Contract Opportunities (Tips for using 

FY20-22 Procurement Forecast - September 2020

Current IDIQ List - September 2020

Contracts with Small Business Contracting Plans - September 2020

Rock Island District's Top 10 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes

FY19 Small Purchase Examples $10K-$250K - November 2019

Teaming and Partnering Opportunities - Updates Upcoming

Small Business Items of Interest/Training

News for Industry:

- Effective June 30, 2020, Woman Owned Small Businesses will require third party or SBA certification. Self-Certification for set asides and sole source contract will no longer be available. For FAQ and up-to-date information, click here: Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contracting Program

-  Important Cybersecurity Updates: All DoD contractors and subcontractors will be required to obtain third party certification (minimum of CMMC Level 1) by calendar year end 2020. For more information, click here: CMMC Updates. For assistance and the next steps, work with your state Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC):

- By December 2020, the DUNS number will no longer be the unique identifier for doing business with the Government.  GSA has posted a timeline for transition, and what you need to know as a business here: Unique Entity Identifier Update


Previous Industry Training Links:

- Small Business Subcontracting Plan vs. Participation/Commitment: What's the Difference?

- USACE Marketing 101: The Real Deal for Contractors

- USACE Rock Island Best Practices from Contracting/Small Business 


Upcoming Events


STAY TUNED: 2021 USACE Rock Island District Industry Day coming spring 2021 and new webinar series kicking off January 2021. Check back frequently for updates!

For information on past webinar topics or to request specific content, contact the Small Business Programs Office at

Contact Information

Deputy for Small Business
Rock Island District, Clock Tower Building
P.O. Box 2004
1500 Rock Island Drive
Rock Island, IL  61204-2004
(309) 794-5205