Clean Currents 2022

Doing Business with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

**This workshop is part of your conference registration—no additional enrollment or payment is required**

This workshop is designed specifically for both large and small business contractors.

This is a unique opportunity to gain insight on current and future U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ prime and subcontracting opportunities!

Workshop Features: — Overview of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ hydropower contracting processes, tips from Contracting Officer on how to prepare better proposals, discussion of hydropower contracting best practices
— Overview of upcoming and out year contract opportunities from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Business Line/Program Managers
— Meet Corps’ Program Managers and the Hydropower Acquisition Strategy Board and share your thoughts on the Corps’ hydropower acquisition processes
— Plenty of time for Q&A

If you have questions about doing business with the Corps, now’s your chance to get them answered.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the largest generator of hydropower in the United States, with 75 hydropower-facilities housing 356 individual generating units. These assets generate more than 70 billion kilowatt-hours per year of clean renewable energy … enough to power 10 cities, each the size of Seattle.

The Corps is continually looking to buy products and services to keep these hydro assets operating effectively and safely. However, for companies wanting to sell their products and services to the Corps, the process can be overwhelming.

To do business with the federal government, certain requirements must be met, including registering your business in the System for Award Management.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contracting Guide

**This workshop is part of your conference registration—no additional enrollment or payment is required**

Presenter Information

Ruthann Haider

Ruthann Haider
Regional Chief of Contracting, Northwestern Division
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Workshop Leader


Mitchell Johnson

Mitchell Johnson
, District Chief of Contracting, Portland District, Northwestern Division
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Speaker


Hillary Morgan

Hillary Morgan
Regional Hydropower Contacting Officer/Subject Matter Expert, Walla Walla District, Northwestern Division
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Speaker