Mission Statement:

Our mission is to manage our resources in a timely manner to support the USDA concept of Caring for the Land and Serving   People, by providing quality goods and services for all interagency emergency operations within the Northern California   geographic area, and in national and international areas.

  • Mobile Food & Shower Service Request Form
  • Length of Assignment Extension Form
  • R5 Fire and Aviation Acquisitions (Contracts, EERA’s and Agreements)
  • Dispatch Guide
  • IROC Supply Ordering Guide
  • IROC Resource Data Entry Standards
  • R5 Incident Procurement (VIPR, EERA’s, Contractors)
  • Incident Business Advisor Field Refrence
  • NIFC Contracting (National Contracts)
  • Albuquerque Service Center
  • Interagency Cache Business System (ICBS-R)
  • Virtual Incident Procurement System (VIPR)
  • Service, Supply, Construction and A&E
  • Incident Order Form
  • Replacement Order Form
  • Waybill
  • Incident Survey Log
  • AD-107 (Property Transfer Form)
  • AD-112 (Report of Damaged Property)
  • The North Zone Fire Cache is one of 14 National Support Caches located throughout the United States with a combined inventory valued at over $170 million. The role of the Fire Cache is to provide logistical support to all requesting state and federal agencies. Support is primarily directed toward wildland fire suppression activities. Also supported are local and interagency efforts in cases of natural disasters and large projects such as prescribed burning.

    Hours of Operation: 0800-1630 (Mon-Fri)

    Hours will change depending upon activity and generally will be 0600-1800 during fire season.

  • North Zone Fire Cache
  • Cache Van
  • Cache Van Information
  • General Ordering Information
  • The Interagency Cache Business System (ICBS) and the Interagency Resource Ordering Capability (IROC) are now interfacing. This interface allows IROC users to enter Supply (S) number requests to be sent directly to the cache for processing and filling. The cache, via ICBS is allowed to input S numbers for supply orders that go directly to the cache without the request being created in IROC. These S numbers must be assigned by the incident and be between 100000 – 199999. This interface also allows IROC users to see fill information for all S numbers that the cache has filled, no matter which way the requests were initiated.

    Cache orders from any Unit will require S-numbers assigned by the ordering Unit, one per line item.

    For incident orders: quantities may be adjusted up or down to accommodate for shipping convenience and/or restrictions.

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    Northern California Geographic Area Coordination Center
    6101 Airport Road
    Redding, CA 96002

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