PUBLIC AFFAIRS – 309-782-5421 
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          The ASC Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) provides value-added service through enhanced communication, increasing
          productivity, maintaining customer focus, and instilling trust. Strengthen prime and subcontracting opportunities in ASC and JMC
          requirements in all socio-economic categories. Place special emphasis on the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
          program for continued growth. If you are a contractor and would like further communication with our office, please fill out the Industry
          Information Request Form below. Also, please see our brochure below for further information about our office. 


      Contact Information

           U.S. Army Sustainment Command
           Office of Small Business Programs
           ATTN: AMAS-AIS-S
           Rock Island Arsenal
           Rock Island, IL. 61299-6500
           Phone: (309) 782-7302
           Fax: (309) 782-6149

      Links to Resources

          Information Request Form       
          (You will be asked to save the form in order to fill it out)

          Small Business Brochure 

Business Relations supports and facilitates the business engagements with industry communities and the Commanding Generals / Senior Executives of U.S. Army Sustainment Command  and U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command (JMC).

   Contact Information

       U.S. Army Sustainment Command
       1 Rock Island Arsenal
       Rock Island, Illinois 61299-6500
       DSN 793-5379 / COMM 309-782-5379
       FAX 309-782-1788

   Links to Resources

       Industry Visit Request Form

       Contract Opportunities

       U.S. Army Materiel Command Business Connections


         To provide legal advice to the CG and staff on all legal matters arising within the ASC/JMC. To provide a full range of legal services/advice to all
         SC/JMC on general law issues including such areas as: employment, labor, EEO, ethics, fraud, antitrust, bankruptcy, tax, and administrative/military
         installation law. To represent and defend the Command in tort/non-contractual litigation. To provide legal services on a full range of environmental,
         safety, surety, and land use issues for all ASC/JMC. To provide legal service and advice involving the execution and administration of all ASC/JMC
         acquisition programs (to include the ARMS and War Reserve programs), the use of appropriated and non-appropriated funds, and to manage litigation
         involving the ASC/JMC and its subordinate installations and/or activities.


    Contact Information

        AMC Legal Center - RIA
        1 Rock Island Arsenal
        Rock Island, Illinois 61299-6500
        DSN 793-8406 / COMM 309-782-8406
        FAX 309-782-4755


    Links to Resources:

        Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Legal Assistance
        Legal Assistance
        2020 Tax Center



          USA JOBS 


            WHAT WE DO
Material Readiness Training Division enables Operational and Material Readiness through the development and delivery of
            instructor led logistics training.  MRTD’s instructors ensures that each student (Soldier, DoD Civilian, and Contractor) receives
            the skillset and knowledge necessary, to perform their missions whenever needed in any strategic, operational or tactical environment.
            MRTD’s courses are designed to offer each student with an over the shoulder, hands-on learning experience.  MRTD aids in bridging
            the training gap between TRADOC/ALU and end users; providing critical Army Automated Logistics Tools/Applications Training at your
            Organization’s location, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, and Online Instruction.

           On Site
           1.  Decision Support Tool (DST)
            2.  Army Readiness – Common Operating Picture (AR-COP) 
            3.  Unit Reset Planner (URP)
            4.  Distribution Synchronization Module (DSM)
           On Line
            1.  Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Support Coordinator
            2.  Parts Tracker (available soon)

1.  A minimum class size of 12 students.
            2.  A classroom/computer lab with Internet connections and a computer for each student.
            3.  A computer for the instructor; connected to a projector (with a screen) or to a large-screen LED monitor.

           To request training for your organization, please complete/submit an MTRD Training Request Form.

           NOTE 1.  Request training must be submitted NLT 30 days prior to CONUS Events and NLT 60 days prior to OCONUS events.
           This will allow enough time to process your request, allocate the required resources, and for our instructors to effectively prepare
           for your training events.  
           NOTE 2.  If you require training in less than your required window or have any questions, please email us at:  



                                                                     Training Development Branch                                                        Training Support Branch

                                                                     Com: 256-876-6213 / DSN: 746-6213                                               Com: 256-842-6430 / DSN: 788-6483