Fort Carson, CO EAGLE Task Order
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Fort Carson, CO (FCCO), the "Mountain Post," is located just south of Colorado Springs at the base of the Rocky Mountains. FCCO is home to the 4th Infantry Division (4ID), 4th Engineering Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group and the 43rd Sustainment Brigade. Customers for this effort may include Department of Army, Coalition partners, foreign Governments, and other Department of Defense agencies. Functional and programmatic services may be required by any Army organization, at any level, including Army Commands (ACOM), Army Service Component Commands (ASCC), and Direct Reporting Units (DRU) as well as other U.S. Agencies, Coalition partners, and foreign Governments with whom the Army has entered into an agreement. In order to support FCCO, the Army has entrusted the logistics operations Maintenance, Supply, and Transportation, specifically, to the installation logistics support activity, sometimes referred to as Army Field Support Battalion Carson (AFSBn). The AFSBn is directly responsible for providing the required support services in the aforementioned areas in accordance with AR 5-9 Area Support Responsibilities. Work under this effort will largely be performed on and in the vicinity of FCCO; however, the AFSBn will identify any travel requirements under this effort in support of other locations, units or missions within the 407th Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) area of responsibility. This temporary-in-nature work will be considered part of this effort for the duration of the assigned, temporary mission to AFSBn and may or may not be permanently incorporated into this effort. The 407th AFSB or HQ ASC may reassign this temporary work as needed to meet the needs of the Army. In order to accomplish its vast and diverse mission the AFSBn must use the appropriate contract(s) to provide the wide-range of required services. These activities will directly and indirectly support training of forces, preparing forces for deployment, sustainment and redeployment in support of current conflicts, reset forces, and to rebuild readiness for future deployments and contingencies to meet the demands of a persistent conflict in the 21st Century.