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NAVSUP Mission:  Deliver sustained global logistics and quality-of-life support to the Navy and Joint War-fighter.

NAVSUP Mission:

Deliver sustained global logistics and quality-of-life support to the Navy and Joint War-fighter.

Naval Supply Systems Command
Naval Supply Systems Command 


The NAVAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSUP) Enterprise is uniquely positioned to provide support to customers around the world. We execute our mission along three main business lines: Weapon Systems Support, Global Logistics Support, and Sailor and Family Support.

The NAVSUP vision is to be Navy's primary agent for effective and efficient naval logistics, quality-of-life support and the bridge to our naval support network partners.


We always do what's right for the Navy:

  • We relentlessly pursue customer satisfaction
  • We are tenacious, agile, flexible and responsive in supporting to the warfighter
  • We foster an environment of innovation, teamwork, individual integrity and accountability and mutual trust and respect

Strategic Priorities

  1. World Class Workplace - Create and sustain a working environment that fosters teamwork and collaboration, rewards innovation and provides the tools, resources and developmental opportunities employees need to be effective.
  2. Unity of Effort - Drive unity of effort across the Naval support network by strengthening relationships, optimizing processes and focusing on customer outcomes.
  3. Effective, Efficient Performance - Refine internal business processes to reduce operating costs and ensure compliance while enhancing support to out customers.
  4. Data Driven Decision Making - Create and sustain an information environment that leverages technology to deliver greater transparency, facilitate information data sharing and enable better decision making.


NAVSUP manages the Navy's supply system and provide material support for Navy surface ships, submarines, aircraft, and expeditionary forces. They also play a significant role in every aspect of weapons system support, which includes supply planning, provisioning, allowance development, outfitting, replenishment, repair, and disposal. The NAVSUP worldwide supply system enterprise is focused on recognizing the Navy's specific requirements and satisfying those needs. They have embarked on a products and services approach to doing business to better understand and reduce costs associated with our mission. The products and services provided by the NAVSUP GLS team are at the center of our workload prioritization and resource allocation efforts. By aligning its products and services with its customers' needs, they will provide the right readiness at the right price.

Across all of these business lines are 25 distinct "products and services" that enable NAVSUP to support Navy requirements. These products and services, which constitute its basic business, play a key role in maintaining warfighter readiness and improving the quality of life for our Sailors and their families. NAVSUP has aligned each of these products and services along its three main business lines as listed below.

Small Business Opportunities

The NAVSUP Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) is the small business advocate committed to maximizing procurement opportunities for small businesses and minority-serving educational institutions in support of SECNAV goals to identify and develop small businesses that can support the NAVSUP mission and the Navy-Marine Corps force for tomorrow.

To locate the NAVSUP activity where you want to do business, please refer to "What NAVSUP Buys" and the Long Range Acquisition Estimate. In addition, the NAVSUP Office of Small Business Programs information brochure includes points of contact, descriptions, and NAICS Sector information. Download Brochure

The majority of the Business Opportunities available from the NAVSUP Enterprise are made accessible electronically. There are a few steps that our suppliers are required to take, in order to maximize their opportunities with us. These steps are:

  1. Visit the Business Partner Network website
  2. Register with the Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO) website (NECO is the Navy site for posting solicitations and amendments and for submission of electronic responses to solicitations)
    • Complete the Daily Email Customization when completing NECO registration.
  3. Monitor the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO or FedBizOpps) website for the few NAVSUP requirements that are not listed in the NECO application
    • FedBizOpps is designated as the single government point-of-entry (GPE) for all Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000.
  4. Review the Defense Logistic Information Service FAQ to determine if your company requires a DD Form 2345 in order to qualify to receive DoD provided drawings.
  5. Register on the Federal Technical Data Solutions (FedTeDS) website. FedTeDS is an online site designed to posting acquisition related information related to solicitations posted on NECO and FedBizOpps.

Small Business Contact

Naval Supply Systems Command

Office: (717) 605-1663

DON Office of Small Business Programs: (202) 685-6485

Connect With Us!

720 Kennon Avenue, SE
Building 36, Room 207
Washington, DC 20374-5015

Office Contact:
T: 202-685-6485
F: 202-685-6865
E: OSBP.info@navy.mil

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