Interagency & International Services (IIS) Program

iis photosInteragency and International Services (IIS) is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers program providing  technical assistance to non-Department of Defense (DoD) federal agencies, state and local governments, tribal nations, private U.S. firms, international organizations and foreign governments. Most IIS work is funded on a reimbursable basis. The Corps provides engineering and construction services, environmental restoration and management services, research and development assistance, management of water and land related resources, relief and recovery work, and other management and technical services. Jacksonville District's IIS area of operation includes Florida, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and internationally, the Caribbean Basin.


Military & Installation Support

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The Jacksonville District has a multi-disciplined staff that provides the Department of Defense customers with “One-Stop” service and support. The District performs small projects totaling a few hundred dollars to multi-billion dollar projects. The District’s team understands the client’s needs and goals which allow  us to provide the highest level of service. 

Interagency Services

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The Jacksonville District provides reimbursable technical services to other federal agencies.  The District’s Interagency program identifies and matches the Corps’ engineering and related services with the evolving needs of other federal agencies.

As agencies are increasingly going through downsizing, many are losing their engineering and technical support capabilities and are increasingly relying on the Corps to provide these services on a reimbursable basis.

International Services

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The Jacksonville District’s International Services Support for Others program allows the District to provide reimbursable technical services to international governments located in the northern Caribbean Basin (Bahamas, Bermuda, Turks & Caicos and British Virgin Islands) and to private U.S. firms working overseas.

The program’s objective is to identify and match the Corps’ engineering and related services with the evolving needs of these other international interests. The design, engineering and construction management capabilities of the Corps can complement the expertise of others in accomplishing their programs.

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