About Us



USMILCOM, Inc., located in Santa Ana, Calilornia, is the Military‘s Leading Voice. Video and Data Network Distributor. We are 100%
unconditionally dedicated towards supporting the successful missions of our Armed Forces, all U.S. Government Agencies and Government Contractors.

With over 150 years of combined experience, USMlLCOM, INC., has successfully supported our Armed Forces Telecommunication/Low  Voltage requirements. We, at USMILCOM, INC., consider it an honor and privilege to provide our troops the best quality, prices and service available. USMILCOM, Inc., is partnered with the DOD to define. nurture, promote and exploit C4l (Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence) Concepts and Technologies to meet defense requirements. Being former military, USMILCOM, Inc. operates every day as if we are an extension of the military.

USMILCOM, Inc., is embedded with the warfighter whether in the War, in Training, Garrison or direct/indirect support. We are your bridge to industry. USMILCOM, lNC., will not let the military fail in readiness or mission. Your mission is our mission.® Therefore, we understand that every order, no matter the size, could impact on readiness and/or mission. No matter what rank or position, you are the Commander.

TAA & BAA Compliance

TAA refers to the Trade Agreements Act (19 U.S.C. & 2501-2581), which is intended to foster fair and open international trade. TAA requires that the U.S. Government may acquire only “U.S. – made or designated country end products. This act requires that contractors must certify that each end product meets the applicable requirements. End products are ‘those articles, materials, and supplies to be acquired for public use’.” This includes items which have been “substantially transformed” in the United States. GSA Schedule Contracts are subject to the Trade Agreements Act (TAA), meaning all products listed on the GSA Schedule Contract be manufactured or “substantially transformed” in a “designated country”.

BAA refers to the Buy American Act (4 U.S.C. & 10a-10d), which attempts to protect domestic labor by providing a preference for American goods is the major domestic preference statute governing procurement by the federal government. It was enacted in 1933 and has only been substantively amended four times in the succeeding years. The act differentiates between manufactured and un-manufactured articles. An un-manufactured article will be deemed a domestic end product or construction material if it has been mined or produced in the United States.17Manufactured articles are considered domestic if they have been manufactured in the United States from components, “substantially all” of which have been mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States.18″Substantially all” means that the cost of foreign components does not exceed 50% of the cost of all components.19

For the Federal document outlining the TAA & BAA follow the link below.

TAA Approved Vendor

Let us know if you need to make sure that your order is TAA compliant. We have approved manufacturers for most National Stock Numbers (NSN). We know that finding TAA approved networking, computer and communications parts can be challenging. With over 150 years of combined experience, our team will do the heavy lifting to find the TAA parts you need to keep your project compliant and on budget.

We are familiar with the ins and outs of Government Contracting, so your order can be processed professionally and smoothly.

USMILCOM can work with All Federal, State and local entities:

Certifications & Vehicles

DBVE – 1197780
SDVOSB (Federal)
VA/CVE Certifications
8(a) SD (Small Disadvantaged)
SBA – 307445
D&B 144569477
Cage Codes-3-S1S1

CMAS Contracts


GSA Contracts



The seven principles of logistical support that USMILCOM, Inc., subscribes to are:
  (1) Responsiveness
(2) Simplicity
(3) Flexibility
(4) Economy
(5) Attainability
(6) Sustainability
(7) Survivability
Responsiveness: is the right support in the right place at the right time. Among the logistic principles, responsiveness is the keystone. All other principles become irrelevant if logistic support does not support the customers requirements.
Simplicity: fosters efficiency in both the planning and execution of logistics implementation. Establishment of preallocation/preposition of supplies and services by the supported organization can simplify logistical support.
Flexibility: is the ability to adapt logistics structure and procedures to changing situations, goals, and objectives. Logistics plans and implementation must be flexible to achieve both responsiveness and economy.
Economy: is providing sufficient support at the least cost. At some level and to some degree, resources are always limited.
Attainability: (or adequacy) is the ability to provide the minimum, essential supplies and services re-
quired. The customer develops their logistics needs, completes their logistics estimate; and initiates the resources on the basis of their requirements, priorities and apportionment.
Sustainability: is the ability to maintain the necessary logistics support to all users. Sustainment focuses on long-term objectives and capabilities. Long-term support is the greatest challenge.Logistics must attain the minimum, essential material levels to begin any project and establish subsequent levels to sustain the project to completion.
Survivability: is the capacity of the organization to protect its resources. Since the physical environment typically degrades logistics rather than destroys them, it must be considered when planning. The allocation of reserves, development of alternative resources, and phasing of logistics support contribute to survivability.