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Subcontract Opportunities at ECC

Seeking Subcontractors with Shared Values and Commitment
We team with high quality subcontractors who share in our values and commit to our clients’ needs. We expect our subcontractors to possess the technical expertise needed to integrate safety and quality into every aspect of their work and provide the most advantageous solutions to our clients.

Giving Back to our SB Roots and the Communities We Serve
ECC has evolved from a small disadvantaged business to a very successful employee-owned, global company and top Defense Contractor. We take pride in maintaining our small business culture while applying our global experience and capabilities. Our heritage provides us with a unique sensitivity to small and disadvantaged businesses and explains our success in engaging them in our projects. As a result, ECC has received five awards for small business participation and utilization from the Small Business Administration and Society of American Military Engineers.

It is in ECC’s corporate culture to recognize and embrace the needs of the community in all of our projects and, where possible, to subcontract work to local small businesses to assist in their growth and prosperity. We will also mentor, train, and employ local small and disadvantaged businesses that are willing to productively assist us in meeting our clients’ objectives.

Finding Subcontracting Opportunities with ECC
ECC maintains a database of potential subcontractors and vendors to assist us in serving our clients. If you are interested in current and/or future subcontracting opportunities with ECC, please submit a Pre-Qualification Form.

If you are a small business and are seeking assistance or some preliminary information prior to completing the Pre-Qualification Form, please feel free to email us at

You can also download the Environment, Safety, and Quality Guidance for Subcontractors "Working with ECC" Domestic / International / International in Dari

A Note on the Department of Defense (DOD) Interim Rule in the Federal Register on the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Program

The DoD published an Interim Rule in the Federal Register, amending the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) that define new requirements for a “NIST SP 800-171 DoD assessment methodology and setting forth requirements for the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program.” This DFARS Interim Rule is effective November 30, 2020.

For subcontractors/suppliers already required to comply with NIST SP 800-171, per DFARS 252.204-7012 in order to safeguard Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), DoD now requires that all subcontractors/suppliers and their lower tier subcontractors who will be handling CUI have and maintain a current assessment score (less than three (3) years old) using the DoD assessment methodology defined in DFARS 252.704-7020, and that the assessment score be entered into the DoD Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS). In addition, prior to awarding any contracts/subcontracts involving CUI, the contracting organization shall confirm with the selected subcontractor/supplier that a current assessment score has been entered into SPRS. These obligations flow to all subcontractors/suppliers in the supply chain who are required to manage CUI with their subcontractors/suppliers, regardless of tier.

SB Subcontracting

2011 SBA Frances Perkins Award

1. SBA WOSB Award

Small Business Administration Frances Perkins Vanguard Award for subcontracting excellence with Women-Owned Small Businesses

Additional Information

Pre-Qualification Form
Confirm Pre-Qualification Form
ESQ Guidance for Subcontractors

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