The Federal Aviation Administration is a national authority that regulates all aspects of civil aviation, which includes construction and operation of airports, air traffic management, and the certification of personnel and aircraft. Contracts administered by Acquisition and Business Services at FAA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. are provided in the Active Contract List.
Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center
The Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC) located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a centralized support facility providing services to the U.S. Department of Transportation (and all modal agencies) in general and in particular, training, logistics, research, engineering, financial, and information technology services for the FAA.
Also, the MMAC list is made up of recurring Support Services contracts only.
William J. Hughes Technical Center
The FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) is the nation's premier air transportation system laboratory. The Technical Center's highly technical and diverse workforce conducts test and evaluation, verification and validation, and sustainment of the FAA's full spectrum of aviation systems. The Active Contracts List for the WJHTC provides vendor information, award number and additional contract information, a services description, and contracting officer information.
Central Service Area
The Construction Basic Ordering Agreements are available for projects located within the Central Service Area. The scope of work includes construction services for new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs for FAA facilities. This list is provided for potential subcontracting opportunities. Use of the Basic Ordering Agreements is not mandatory for FAA projects.
Western Service Area
Two Qualified Vendors Lists (QVLs) were established in September 2018 to perform the design, construction, and installation of communications equipment and navigational aid equipment for the National Airspace System (NAS). One QVL is for vendors who have experience with the procedures for performing requirements On-Airport Operating Areas (AOA) and the other for Off-Airport Operating Areas (AOA). These lists are intended to be in place for five (5) years, and revisited/reopened on a periodic basis throughout the term.
Eastern Service Area
Eastern Service Area (ESA) is located in Atlanta, GA and oversees the Southern, Eastern, and New England Regions for FAA Contract Opportunities. The Job Order Contracts (JOC) are for projects located within the Eastern Service Area. The scope of work includes construction services for new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repair for FAA facilities. This list is provided for potential subcontracting opportunities. The JOC is not mandatory for FAA projects.