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Doing business with ALC

The contracting section provides information for new and established ALC contracting partners.


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Click the links in the Contracting drop-down list to the left to navigate to the solicitation pages for individual product lines or divisions. To view ALL open, closed, and awarded solicitations, see FedBizOpps. 2012

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become an ALC contractor?

Introduce yourself to use via a line, card, company brochure or other similar documents. View this page frequently and submit a proposal or bid on our open requirements.

Contractors are required to be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) in order to obtain contracts with the Department of Homeland Security and the Coast Guard.

Where can I find contracting information?

The following links will help you get started:

Who are the contracting officers at ALC?

Name Product Line/Division Phone Number
Nancy DeBerry Long Range Surveillance (LRS - C130) Product Line 252-335-6291
Bethany Rosser Medium Range Recovery (MRR - H60) Product Line 252-335-6648
Dave Tanner Medium Range Surveillance (MRS - HU25/HC144) Product Line 252-335-6142
Tabitha Callon Short Range Recovery (SRR - H65) Product Line 252-335-6438
Crystal Taber Engineering Services Division (ESD) 252-384-6895
Crystal Taber Industrial Operations Division (IOD) 252-384-6895
Gary Woolard Information Systems Division (ISD) 252-384-7499
Gary Woolard Aviation Logistics Division (ALD) 252-384-7499

Notice: Use of this contact information is for official purposes only and subject to monitoring. This US Government system is subject to monitoring. Please review the website privacy and security policy.

How do I submit new products to ALC?

The purpose of the application is to provide sufficient information to persuade the Coast Guard that the proposed material or process represents an innovative approach to an aerospace or process problem experienced by Coast Guard aviation. Beyond that, the application should convince the Coast Guard that the material or process has a reasonable chance of meeting the objective, that the approach is new, not routine, and that the manufacturer has the capability to implement the material or process. Once completed, the original Manufacturer’s Application for Introduction of Materials and Processes must be mailed to the following address:

Commanding Officer
USCG Aviation Logistics Center
Attn: Industrial Systems Manager (ISM)
1664 Weeksville Road
Elizabeth City, NC 27909–5001


Last Modified 1/12/2016