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 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

NAVFAC

Ms. Bianca Henderson

Small Business Director       NAVFAC                                        (202) 781-2061 bianca.d.henderson@navy.mil https://www.navfac.navy.mil/

NAVFAC is the Naval Shore and Expeditionary Systems Command that plans, builds, and maintains sustainable facilities, delivers environmental, utilities and other base services, and acquires and manages expeditionary combat force systems and equipment.


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FY19 SB

Awards ($M)

236220: COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION $1.79B
561210: FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES $425.1
541330: ENGINEERING SERVICES $210.7
237310: HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION $201.0
62910: REMEDIATION SERVICES $162.7

        

Vision

Our expertise enables mission success.

Values

  • Forward Presence: Provide Capabilities to support changing strategic laydown, surge and contingency environments, and Navy expeditionary forces.
  • Agility: Effectively leverage our global workforce and capabilities to align with changing operational needs of our Supported Commanders.
  • Utilities Systems: Provide and operated efficient, reliable utility systems to support Naval operations.
  • Energy: Deliver energy initiatives that meet SECNAV goals and reduce total ownership costs.
  • Productivity: Provide technical and acquisition proficiency and program management capabilities that leverage best practices to optimize cost, schedule and performance across the life cycle.
  • Accountability: Take responsibility for our decisions and actions, be transparent, and use business analytics to balance operational requirements with available resources.
  • Culture: Promote a safe, efficient, and supportive culture that fosters agility, accountability, productivity, and diversity.

Strategic Priorities

  • Enable the Warfighter: Deliver, quality, timely and cost effective products and services to enable the Global Warfighter.
  • Act Judiciously: Make decisions and execute work based on sound analysis that reinforces fiscal responsibility.
  • Maintain Readiness: Advance the talent and initiative of our highly capable, diverse workforce


About NAVFAC

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) is led by Rear Admiral John Korka, Civil Engineer Corps, United States Navy, and Chief of Civil Engineers. NAVFAC consists of 18,000 Civil Engineer Corps officers, civilians and contractors who serve as engineers, architects, contract specialists and professionals. NAVFAC delivers best value facilities engineering and acquisition for the Navy and Marine Corps, Unified Commanders, and Department of Defense agencies through our six business lines:


Small Business Opportunities

NAVFAC is committed to the small business, educational institution, and non-profit organization communities having the maximum opportunity to participate in our acquisition program, both as prime contractors and subcontractors. Our commitment is demonstrated through increased opportunities for small business. We promote small business opportunities on our public website (http://smallbusiness.navfac.navy.mil) which includes Contracting Guidelines, Subcontracting and Regional Opportunities, Acquisition Strategies and Forecast, WOSB and SDVOSB Directories, and Public Presentations. We also share NAVFAC’s Long Range Acquisition Forecasts with our customers and local opportunity information can be provided from the Command level Small Business Professional. NAVFAC is proactive in supporting sharing information through a variety of industry forums, and by participating in SECNAV sponsored small business events.

To view the FY19-FY20 Strategic Plan, click here


Small Business Contact

Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Office: (202) 685-9129

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