Contracting With USFK

411th CSB provides contracting support to all U.S. Forces in Korea; provides technical assistance and training for customers; provides contingency contracting support for U.S. operations in the Republic of Korea during a crisis.



Importance of Korean Vendors:




*             Foster competition and assist local economy



*             Ease/Quickness of delivery and maintenance of local goods/services






                The SOFA requires contracting with sources who have business licenses issued by the Korean government, except in 4 conditions:


1.            Security considerations


2.             Technical qualifications of the contractor involved


3.            Unavailability of materials or services required by U.S. standards


4.             Limitations of U.S. Law




FedBizOpps.gov is the single government point-of-entry (GPE) for Federal government procurement opportunities.





*             FBO (Federal Business Opportunities Information)

*             SAM (System for Award Management)

*             DD Form 250, Receiving Report

*             DD Form 250C Continuation

*             FSC Codes-Part B

*             OMA STD DETAIL DWG, 2014

*             OMA STD SPEC 2003

*             2014 OMA SPECS
*             2014 OMA SPEC REVISION 1


*             SOP (Standard Operation Procedures) for Construction Contract Management, 19 June 2009

*             Tax exempt POL Purchase

*             USFK 75EK-E, 1 Jun 82

*             WAWF (Wide Area Work Flow)

*             WAWF- Vendor Getting Started Guide Korean.doc
*             Vendor's Day Conference 
Definition of a Korean Contractor for LCS Contracts

Important Links


*             Wide Area Work Flow

*             Federal Business Opportunities

*             Commerce Business Daily Net Dun & Bradstreet (D&B)


Useful Links

*             U.S. Army Contracting Command

*             DFARS- Defense FAR Supplement