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Hurricane Laura

As many of you know, Hurricane Laura devastated parts of Louisiana early Thursday morning.  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is activating 2 of its “Blue Roof contracts.”  These contracts are in place to provide temporary roof covering as a result of a significant wind events. 

Those firms who are interested in a possible subcontracting opportunity,  should contact the prime contractors directly-

Blue Tarpon Construction LLC

95 Bay Bridge Dr.

Gulf Breeze, FL 32561

POC for Subcontractor: Sean Harmon



Hughes Construction Services, LLC

11083 E Hwy 27

Ozark, AL 36360-7912

POC for Subcontractor: Beth




COVID-19 Response

If you are interested in assisting with the COVID-19 response, (including facilities and or any other services) pertaining to the response, USACE has set up a dedicated email for vendors with the ability to provide service or supply items for COVID-19 response.

Please send your capabilities statement to the dedicated COVID-19 Contracting mailbox:

Please send any questions regarding COVID-19 Contracting shall be directed to the USACE Directorate of Contracting mailbox on the bottom right of

All interested parties are requested to register at the website under the "Disaster Registry" tab as well. Due to the volume of submissions, individual responses are not possible at this time. Some of this information is subject to change, so please check back for any updates. 

For information regarding other Emergency/Disaster Operations, please visit

SBA link for COVID-19 information for small businesses



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Regulatory Enforcement Fairness
Office of the National Ombudsman
U.S. Small Business Administration
409 3rd Street S.W., Washington, DC 20416

As of- 1 May 2020

Flood Fight Contract

During the recovery stages of the 2019 Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri floods, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is going to be awarding approximately 36 contract actions. Of those, 6 actions have been determined not to be appropriate for a Small Business set-aside either based on complexity, bonding limits or a combination of both. Thus these actions have been awarded as Task Orders using our RDI (Rapid Disaster Infrastructure) contract(s). The remaining 30 or so contracts will or have been issued using processes in accordance with the Stafford Act-

“FAR Subpart 26.2 implements the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. § 5150), which provides a preference, to the extent feasible and practicable, for local area organizations, firms, and individuals to perform major disaster or emergency assistance activities via contract or agreement. “Local firm” means a private organization, firm, or individual residing or doing business primarily in a major disaster or emergency area. “Major disaster or emergency area” means the area included in the official Presidential declaration(s) and any additional areas identified by the Department of Homeland Security. Major disaster declarations and emergency declarations are published in the Federal Register and are available at”

The President has declared 56 counties in Iowa, 81 counties in Nebraska, and 5 counties in Missouri as Disasters areas.

As such, it is anticipated that many, if not all of the contracts will be advertised only to businesses that are a part of the pre-qualified contractor pool. For information on how to be a part of that pool please see the notice (W9128F19R0064). We are still evaluating packages submitted by contractors that would like to be part of the pool every 90 days. Please keep in mind that the Stafford Act does not impact who can perform as a subcontractor. For that reason the Contracting Division will be posting award information on  


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