BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for September 2013

The Pentagon Spent $63,147,201,984.00 Before the Government Shutdown

The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Our project distills an entire month of these contracts into an accessible form. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

The Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $63,147,201,984.00 on 630 individual contracts during September 2013. For comparison, DOD spent $16,000,324,569.00 on 238 contracts in July and $30,291,741,372.37 on 330 contracts in August. Here is how September’s contracts break down:

FMS – The “Middle East”

Through Foreign Military Sales (FMS), the U.S. government procures and transfers materiel to allied nations and international organizations.

General Dynamics received $187,528,930 for converting 84 M1A1/M1A2 tanks to the M1A2S configuration for Saudi Arabia. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received. 

Northrop Grumman received $219,147,421 for Joint Threat Emitter (JTE) follow-on production. This contract provides initial production, associated drawings, technical orders, retrofit kits, provisioning, and software. This contract involves FMS to Saudi Arabia

Raytheon received $19,050,973 for providing 41 improved thermal sight systems for LAV-25 to Saudi Arabia. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition.

Tower Industries received $14,524,248 for providing 6,482 practice bombs to Saudi Arabia.

Raytheon received $44,854,006 to upgrade the Patriot weapon system for the U.S. and Kuwait. This contract was a con-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

Lockheed Martin received $3,920,739,507 for production of U.S. government, THAAD Interceptors, and associated equipment to UAE. This includes manufacturing and delivery of 110 USG Interceptors, 192 THAAD Interceptors, 16 Single Missile Round Containers, and 16 THAAD Active Leak Sensor Systems.

KIG Technical Services received $16,068,275 to provide 12 Light Observation Aircraft to Yemen. This contract also provides Yemen with Electro-Optical/Infrared sensor payloads, training, spare parts and field service representatives. Work will be performed in Sterling, VA (80 percent) and Yemen (20 percent).

Hawker Beechcraft received $15,907,028 for 12 months of contractor support for the Iraq King Air 350 program.

Javelin JV received a $67,664,020 to procure 260 Block 1 rounds and command launch unit (CLU) retrofit pricing in support of FMS to Jordan, Oman, and Indonesia.

FMS – Afghanistan

Cessna Aircraft received $8,400,000 for “Over & Above repair efforts” (re-winging, repair, and re-certification) to five hail damaged C-208B aircraft. Work will be performed at Kandahar Air Base.

Navistar Defense received $10,234,891 for 75 refrigerator food supply trucks, one lot contractor spare parts and one Dari operator manual compact disk. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and with one bid received.

Northrop Grumman received $9,222,563 for work on the “intercept install capability” at FOB 101 in Afghanistan.

Northrop Grumman received $13,675,190 to procure and integrate RAM Warning Equipment to partially replace Sense and Warn assets in Afghanistan.

FMS – Europe

Alliant Techsystems Operations received $102,426,881 for production of the advanced anti-radiation guided missile (AARGRM), to include conversion of 112 AGM-88B HARMs to AGM-88E all-up-rounds and captive air training missiles (CATMs) for the U.S. Navy (97) and Italy (15), to include related supplies and services. This contract also provides conversions of eight AGM-88B HARM missiles to AGM-88E AARGM CATMs for Australia, including related supplies and services. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($80,255,871; 78 percent), Italy ($12,826,473; 13 percent), and Australia ($9,344,537; 9 percent). This contract was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

General Atomics received $14,179,227 for Italy’s Contractor Logistics Support Phase IV program. Work will be performed in Poway, CA. This award is the result of a sole-source acquisition.

General Atomics received $49,813,377 for France’s MQ-9 Reaper urgent request program.

General Dynamics received $8,620,188 to produce Hydra Rockets “All Up Rounds” for the Netherlands.

Lockheed Martin received $67,290,982 for mission avionics, cockpit adjustments, engineering, and other efforts to produce and deliver production and delivery of nine MH-60R aircraft to Denmark.

Insitu received $7,264,250 for repairs and modifications to previously procured ScanEagle UAS for Poland.

Lockheed Martin received $12,226,992 to provide Belgium with five sniper advanced targeting pods (ATPs). Lockheed Martin will also supply eight 1K forward looking infrareds, four two-way data links, one 1K TV, two pylons, one depot lay-in, 12 retrofit power supplies, and three retrofit 1K TVs along with integration, training, support and program management.

FMS – Australia

Marvin Engineering received $15,724,071 for procuring 355 F/A-18 BRU-32 B/A Ejector Bomb Racks for the U.S. Navy (255) and Australia (100). This contract provides eight F/A-18 BRU-32 periodic production samples for the U.S. Navy (6) and Australia (2). Purchases: USN ($11,305,737; 72 percent) and Australia ($4,418,334; 28 percent).

Boeing received $24,575,433 to procure B kits, bulk data cartridge units and mass storage units in support of F/A-18 E/F Distributed Targeting System engineering change proposal. FMS to Australia ($6,825,054, 28 percent).

Lockheed Martin received a maximum $7,382.694 to provide radar data processors to Australia.

Boeing received $9,244,672 for one F/A-18E/F and EA-18G AN/APG-79 Facility Configuration top Assembly Radar Bench System, including on-site set-up, integration and test support for software compatibility to aircrafts systems for the U.S. Navy ($1,994,673; 22 percent) and Australia ($7,249,999; 78 percent). This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

FMS – Miscellaneous

Federal Prisons Industries received $246,699,217 to procure Interceptor Body Armor Outer Tactical Vests for various FMS customers to be determined. The prison-industrial complex and the military-industrial-congressional complex intersect to produce this contract.

Orbital Sciences Corp. received $29,862,025 for Full Rate Production 7 of eight GQM-163A Coyote Supersonic Sea Skimming Target base vehicles, including associated hardware, kits and production support, for the U.S. Navy (5), and Australia (2) and Japan (1). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($19,470,590; 65 percent), Australia ($7,057,199; 24 percent), and Japan ($3,334,236; 11 percent). This contract was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Goodrich Pump & Engine Control Systems received $38,459,400 to produce Hydro mechanical assembly fuel controller (for the T55-GA-714A engine program) for Australia, UAE and Turkey. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

Northrop Grumman received $12,081,052 to design, develop, procure, test, install, and integrate the Australian Mission Processor Phase 3 (AMP 3) system, which will be capable of processing both Defense Support Program and Space Based Infrared Systems geosynchronous satellite infrared data. FMS to Australia.

Longbow LLC received $51,055,000 to acquire six Longbow fire control radar systems (including parts and support) for South Korea.

Raytheon received $9,727,092 to repair Patriot missile parts for Israel, Kuwait, Taiwan, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, the Netherlands and UAE.

Rolls-Royce received a maximum $406,000,000 for providing T-56 engine support to the USA, Poland, Jordan and the Philippines.

Hellfire Systems received $248,664,297 to provide 3,318 Hellfire II missiles to Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Kuwait, the Netherlands and Australia. This was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and one received.

Lockheed Martin received $10,157,112 to develop, maintain and upgrade the VISTA computer-based trainers in support of the Center for Surface Combat Systems. Purchases: U.S. Navy (25 percent), Japan (20 percent), Pakistan (20 percent), Spain (20 percent) and Norway (15 percent). This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Raytheon received $136,248,637 for MK15 Phalanx CIWS upgrades, conversions, and overhauls. Purchases: U.S. Navy (80 percent), Japan (15 percent), the U.S. Army (4 percent) and Pakistan (1 percent). Work will be performed in eleven states. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Precision Aerospace (doing business as Pacific Propeller) received $6,647,054 to work on Phase II of the C-130 propeller repair shop for Indonesia. Work will be performed at Bandung Air Base, Indonesia.

MITRE Corp. received $1,724,333,098 for systems engineering and integration support for Air Force Ceiling Programs and Air Force Non-Ceiling Programs. “This contract will assist in shaping and executing the Air Force core functions of DoD enterprise system engineering, architecture development, technical strategy, program strategy and program execution by providing systems engineering and deep technical expertise in acquisitions and systems analysis, electronic systems and technologies, information technologies, computing technologies and information security.” This contract involves unspecified FMS to Saudi Arabia, France, South Korea, Pakistan, Jordan, Taiwan, Columbia, Turkey, Australia, Kyrgyzstan, Sweden, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Greece, Singapore, UAE, Morocco, Finland, UK and Japan.

Raytheon received $38,634,619 to produce and sustain the miniaturized airborne GPS receiver. This contract involves unspecified FMS to NATO and other allied countries.

Seneca Telecommunications received $7,696,215 for Security Cooperation Enterprise Solution (SCES) Program Management & Advisory Services. Performance locations are Arlington, VA and Salamanca, NY. The original solicitation was issued as an other than full and open competitive action pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5). This contract involves unspecified FMS.

BAE Systems received $7,569,034 for Instrumentation Radar Support program (IRSP) that provides engineering, logistics, and maintenance support for various radars belonging to approximately 26 ranges (foreign and domestic) to “maximize operational availability and realize economies through collective management of similar equipment,” owned by agencies with compatible missions. Work will be performed at White Sands Missile Range; DOD, Australia; Patrick AFB; Vandenberg AFB; Ft. Walton Beach, Wallops IS; Portland, OR; NTTR, NV; Edwards AFB; China Lake; the UK; Tonopah; Yuma, AZ; Nellis AFB; Andros Island; Patuxent River, MD; Vidsel, Sweden; South Korea; Hill AFB, Utah; San Nicolas Island, CA; Point Mugu, CA; Shemya; Pacific Missile Range Facility, HI; Germany; and Cobra Dane. This contract involves FMS to the UK, Germany, Taiwan, Australia, Sweden, Norway and South Korea.

SALIENT CONTRACTS

Al Salam Aircraft Corp. (of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) received $33,062,405 for contractor development, facility work, schedule development, and performance reporting on the F-15SA installation program. This program converts 70 F-15S aircraft to 70 F15SA aircraft. Two aircraft will undergo conversion at the Boeing plant in St. Louis, MO, with the remaining 68 undergoing conversion in Riyadh.

Boston Dynamics received a maximum $9,983,844 to work on the Legged Squad Support System (LS3) for DARPA.

Rockwell Collins received a maximum $8,476,061 for DARPA’s DISARMER research effort. This contract provides for development of “a quantizer that realizes the full potential of a low-jitter photonic sample and holds (pS&H) in a direct conversion digital receiver based on a photonics-enabled, analog-to-digital converter (pADC) with a 4GHz IBW and greater than 10 effective number of bits (ENOB) for an undersampled 12 GHz signal.”

Trex Enterprises Corp. received $23,550,321 for military imaging surveillance technology-long range (MIST-LR) technical area 1. This program researches computational imaging techniques in support of beyond-the-diffraction-limit imaging in order to identify targets at extended ranges supporting operations in denied environments.

Bukkehave received $15,075,272 for providing Burkina Faso with twenty Mercedes-Benz Atego trucks. This contract includes an option to sell more trucks to other USAFRICOM FMS customers: Burundi, Uganda, Niger, Libya and Chad. Kellogg, Brown & Root received $14,242,049 for base operation support services at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti and Manda Bay, Kenya. The work to be performed provides for security operations, emergency management, fire/emergency services, air operations, ordnance, supply operations, laundry services, MRW, food services, housing, janitorial services, grounds maintenance, pest control, refuse collection, roadwork, electrical generation, wastewater treatment, water operations, vehicles management, and environmental services.

General Dynamics received $49,000,000 for the Directed Energy Bio-effects Research program, which conducts research on directed energy and kinetic energy systems in order to “develop novel bio-effects applications and assist in transitioning DOD technologies.” Research includes: directed energy weapon effectiveness and safety, directed energy bio-mechanisms, radio frequency bio-effects modeling and simulation, and human effectiveness analysis and integration.

GSD&M received $41,000,000 for U.S. Air Force national advertising and marketing services. The Pentagon is spending millions of tax-payer dollars to attract youth.

Honeywell Technology Solutions received $13,480,175 to support the MEU Augmentation program in Kuwait. Contrack International received $49,412,740 to work at Army Prepositioned Stocks Facilities at Camp Arifjan. Technology and Supply Management received $29,429,017 to provide energy efficient shelters to Camp Buehring, Kuwait.

IAP Worldwide Services received $100,000,000 to provide emergency support function public works and engineering tasks during incidents of national significance serving FEMA Regions IV through VIII. The Louis Berger Group received $50,000,000 to provide emergency support function public works and engineering tasks during incidents of national significance.

Maersk Line received $12,524,245 to charter the LTC JOHN U.D. PAGE in support of the U.S. Army’s ammunition prepositioning program at Diego Garcia. Sealift Inc. received $8,799,785 to charter the M/V MAJ BERNARD F. FISHER in support of the U.S. Air Force’s at-sea prepositioning program at Diego Garcia.

Maintenance Engineers received $9,000,000 for labor and maintenance to “maintain healthy grass, trees, shrubs, and plants and present a clean, neat, and professional appearance at Hill AFB and Little Mountain, Utah.” Once upon a time, lower enlisted ranks provided this service. Now the grass is mowed by professionals whose corporate bosses make millions.

PAR Government Systems received $85,000,000 in support of operations. This award has been approved on an other than full and open competition basis pursuant to the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(6), National Security. This clause states: “the disclosure of the agency’s needs would compromise the national security unless the agency is permitted to limit the number of sources from which it solicits bids or proposals.” The U.S. government is admitting it is non-transparent in the name of national security.

Raytheon received $19,351,087 to research advanced imaging techniques in support of “beyond-the-diffraction-limit imaging” for the MIST-LR Technical Area 2 project at DARPA.

Resolution Consultants (an AECOM-ENSAFE JV) received $6,926,817 for the Regional Groundwater Investigation at Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant, Bethpage. The New York state government claims “there is no evidence that the health of people living and working in Bethpage is being adversely affected by site-related contaminants.” However, the EPA states “trichloroethylene, tetrachlorethylene, dichloroethylene and vinyl chloride, and chromium contamination at the Northrop Grumman facility entered the groundwater through various source areas. These include recharge basins, sumps, dry wells, spill areas and former hazardous waste storage areas.” This investigative report is quite education.

Scitor Corp. received $27,000,000 to provide human identification research and technology assessments. This is a R&D effort, which includes biometric technology development, assessment, demonstration and prototyping.

Sikorsky Aircraft received $84,000,000 for support services and incidental material to provide FMS and “other government agency” customers the H-60 Black Hawk.

URS Federal Services received $10,628,212 for maintenance and support of State Department and Office of Security Cooperation-Iraq “Green” equipment.

ACADEMIC COMPLICITY

The University of Edinburgh recently divested from Ultra Electronics, which makes navigation equipment for U.S. drones. Meanwhile, U.S. academe boasts a history of cooperation and collusion with the Pentagon. The contracts from September 2013 exemplify this relationship:

Draper Laboratory received $15,582,635 for studies, analyses, engineering, component development, prototyping, test integration, demonstrations and R&D of hardware and software “in order to maintain various Navy systems over their planned life cycle.” This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with the statutory authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

The Corporation of Mercer University received $12,380,083 for work on the TH-1H, UH1N, and HH-60G Aircraft Structural Integrity Program and Mechanical Equipment and Subsystem Integrity Program. The contract includes engineering research and technical support services to analyze potential structural/mechanical deficiencies related to the Air Force rotary-wing weapons systems.

Microelectronics Advanced Research Corp. (MARCO) received $15,549,979 for work on the Semiconductor Technology Advanced Research Network (STARnet) for DARPA. STARnet is a nationwide network of multi-university research centers that strive to keep DOD “at the forefront of the global microelectronics revolution.”

The MITRE Corp. received $626,200,000 for work at the National Security Engineering Center This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Research Laboratory (JHU/APL) received $9,000,000 to provide technologies for the interdiction of CBRNE material. “This effort will support the nation’s weapons of mass destruction-related counterforce, consequence assessment, defeat, and arms control objectives.” JHU/APL received $6,765,425 to “design, develop, test and demonstrate advanced net-centric, multi-INT exploitation and fusion capabilities that are capable of exploiting real-time operational SIGINT and IMINT to improve situational awareness and enable event recognition.”

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation (GTARC) received $14,980,979 for “AATTC sensor, EW, tactics, integration, engineering and training. The delivery order will focus on generation of threat system modeling and simulation roadmaps, engineering studies to identify investment alternatives; generation of system roadmaps with investment strategies; technology insertion including hardware and software design, prototyping, debugging, integration and qualification; modeling and simulation analysis; and flight test engineering to include test strategies.” GTARC received $8,989,312 for AATC sensor, modernization and EWCTF integration engineering and test.

GTARC received $24,973,043 for the SENSIAC program executive office (PEO) for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I), sensors development and integration engineering functions. The contract will explore, through analysis and experimentation, innovative sensor concepts and emerging technologies that will enable improved joint force commander situational awareness and C2 capability.

GTARC received $7,956,371 to analyze the response of Army systems to advanced jamming and develop methods against this jamming.  GTARC received $10,120,376 for NAVAIR PMA213 to improve approach and landing systems for aircraft including JSF and UAS through sensor data fusion of navigational sensing systems with air traffic control. GTARC received $8,359,715 for sensor development, analysis, and evaluation. GTARC received $25,000,000 for development and support of Multi-spectral Missile Warning System Systems Integration Lab. GTARC received $24,999,999 for PMA209 systems engineering, design and development (e.g. sensor suite integration, sensor fusion algorithm development, situational awareness enhancements) for a variety of fixed wing and rotary aircraft. GTARC received $19,182,573 for joint electronic advanced technology engineering (JEAT), specifically offensive and defensive capabilities throughout the electromagnetic spectrum.

AFGHANISTAN CONTRACTS

Inglett and Stubbs International received $8,198,147 for operation and maintenance of the 56 Megawatt turbine/diesel generator power plant at Bagram Airfield.

Mects Services JV received $47,974,289 for logistical services and spare parts for the Persistent Ground Surveillance System in Afghanistan. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5). 

NCI Information Systems received $53,018,129 for logistics services in support of Program Executive Office Soldier and its subordinate project managers. Performance locations will be Afghanistan and Ft. Belvoir, VA.

SAIC received $179,585,058 for working on the Saturn Arch (counter-IED) program. Work will be performed in Djibouti, USA and Afghanistan. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and with one bid received.

SENTEL Corporation received $9,609,809 for integrated logistics support and related services. Performance location will be in Afghanistan with incremental funding from fiscal 2013 Operations and Maintenance Army funds.

Serco, Inc. received $6,854,741 for the full spectrum of support services for the Logistics Civil Augmentation program. Performance location will be Afghanistan and Kuwait.

SRI International received $62,337,287 for work on the Desert Owl program in the USA and Afghanistan. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and with one bid received.

Sterlingwear of Boston received a maximum $9,005,933 for field jackets for the Afghanistan National Police.

TCOM L.P. received $14,926,978 for 22M aerostat parts and spares in support of the Army’s Persistent Ground Surveillance System Program.

UNMANNED SYSTEMS

Aerovironment received $6,621,959 and $29,049,837 for switchblade agile munitions systems and associated hardware and support services. The latter contract was non-competitive.

Battelle Memorial Institute received $16,649,854 for the procurement of Man Transportable Robotic System MK 2 battery boxes. 

General Atomics received $12,844,738 for MQ-9 stationary targeting improvements, specifically the development/delivery of improved Lynx synthetic aperture radar (SAR) on the MQ-9 “to allow for a more streamlined approach to targeting and quicker decision making by the crew.” Raytheon received $13,185,564 for additional quantities MTS-B High-Definition Infrared (HD-IR) turrets for the MQ-9 Reaper. This contract provides for the purchase of an additional 24 MTS-B HD-IR turrets.

General Atomics received $70,163,380 to conduct MQ-1C (Gray Eagle) 4.3.2 software development and depot repair. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition. General Atomics received $173,113,088 for work on Gray Eagle logistics in support of “Block 1 program of record and quick reaction capability.”

Hydroid Inc. received $36,323,734 for the procurement of unmanned underwater vehicles. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Insitu Inc. received $300,000,000 for hardware, operations and maintenance on the ScanEagle operated by USSOCOM. Services include: replacement air vehicles, spare and consumable parts, and in-theatre field service representatives to supplement naval special warfare operators. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $17,481,180 for engineering and software sustainment services, including Littoral Combat Ship suitability follow-on testing, in support of the Fire Scout (MQ-8B) UAV.

Northrop Grumman received $40,402,500 and $169,851,218 for logistics support for the RQ-4 Global Hawk, which includes fielded air vehicles, engines, payloads, ground segments, and support segments. Northrop Grumman received $114,217,221 for Global Hawk LRIP Lot 11 advance procurement. Northrop Grumman received $7,902,648 for Global Hawk ground segment communications spares.

Northrop Grumman received $9,981,663 for operations and maintenance services on the Global Hawk Maritime – Demonstrator. Services include: manpower to increase operational tempo from nine maritime ISR missions per month to a sustained level of 15 missions per month.

GEAR, EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $14,952,780 and $24,985,092 for tactical airlift materials, manufacturing and testing engineering system design and development program for DOD ground vehicles.

AMTEC Corporation received $25,000,000 for 40mm grenade ammunition integration, fabrication and testing support. Federal Cartridge received $17,104,003 for .40-caliber ball and jacketed hollow point ammunition in support of the U.S. Coast Guard and NCIS. The .40-caliber ball and jacketed hollow point ammunition will be used for training as well as law enforcement missions. General Dynamics received a maximum $8,000,000 for medium caliber aircraft guns and ammunition handling systems.

Armor Express received $38,247,272 for three years for the supply of protective under garments. Burlington Apparel Fabrics (division of Burlington Industries) received a maximum $9,552,000 for poly/wool serge cloth. Carter Enterprises received $38,090,595 for the supply of protective under garments. Short Bark Industries received $34,102,670 for the supply of protective under garments. McRae Industries received a maximum $6,810,007 for hot weather combat boots. Rayco Supply received a maximum $9,900,000 for flight deck trousers. SNC Manufacturing (Orocovis, Puerto Rico) received a maximum $98,147,085 for Army combat uniform coats. Travis Association for the Blind received $13,717,043 for organizational clothing and individual equipment warehousing and repair. This contract is an Ability One set-aside for National Industries for the Blind.

BAE received a maximum $65,972,500 for procurement of lightweight, advanced combat helmets. Ceradyne Inc. received $151,200,000 for enhanced small arm protective inserts.

BAE Systems received $15,361,368 for the procurement of 1,573 Marine Corps transparent armor gun shields (MCTAGS), 3,346 battery-powered motorized traversing units (BPMTU), 4,009 turret soft covers, and technical manual updates. This contract was not competitively procured under 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1. BAE received $30,745,188 for engineering, design, logistics, test and evaluation support of the Bradley engineering change proposal effort for acceleration of Bradley engineering change proposal technologies. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and with one bid received.

Camel Manufacturing received a maximum $7,482,250 for frame type expandable tents. North American Manufacturing received a maximum $19,061,250 for the procurement of military cots. North Coast Outfitters received a maximum $148,566,000 for entire line of transfer and deployment, canisters, carts, litter platforms and adaptable accessories. Propper International (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico) received a maximum $137,828,391 for modular lightweight load carrying equipment.

Chemring Ordnance received $16,100,832 for the Anti-Personnel Obstacle Breaching System (APOBS) MK 7 MOD 2, National Stock Number 1375-01-508-4975. APOBS is an explosive live charge system that allows safe breaching through complex antipersonnel obstacles, particularly land mines.

Cubic Defense Applications received $12,575,953 for the procurement of weapon instrumentation that will integrate into the Instrumented – Tactical Engagement Simulation System, Increment II (I-TESS II) baseline capabilities. The I-TESS II system is used in military operations in urban terrain facilities and non-live fire maneuver ranges located at various Marine Corps bases and installations.

DynCorp received $19,374,170 for logistics support services at Fort Campbell, KY.

General Dynamics received $255,486,000 to support the program manager, crew served weapons, which has a requirement to satisfy the M2A1 quick change barrel (QCB) kit requirement for the Army and other services. This contracting effort procures the additional M2A1 QCB kits for the continued fielding of the M2A1 weapon, and to replace already fielded M2s with the new M2A1 configuration. General Dynamics received $48,759,323 for modernizing U.S. Marine Corps Range Training Systems (RTSs).

GeoNorth received $9,833,832 for support in conducting pre-deployment training exercise events at the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Center. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with the Small Business Administration 8(a) program.

Hardigg Industries received a maximum $10,607,100 for plastic trunk lockers.

HDT EP, Inc. received a maximum $9,000,000 for compressor with retro fit kits.

IBIS TEK received $7,493,288 for long-term armor solution B-kits for the family of medium tactical vehicles.

Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace received $8,953,530 for depot support and system spares for the M153, CROWS. Applied Resources and Choctaw Manufacturing Defense Contractors received $42,000,000 for Platform Integration Kits to be used to interface between the platform and CROWS components.

L-3 received $31,391,055 for FUM-153 A/B Point Detonating/Delay fuses.

Manufacturing Engineering Systems received $7,615,671 to provide education support services required by Army Continuing Education System (ACES) in education offices within (CONUS) and OCONUS. NCI Information Systems Inc. received $16,326,175 for supporting the Army National Guard Training Division and their Distributed Learning Program.

MAS Zengrange received $9,387,200 for transmitters, receivers and expendable XrX receivers for the mini-demolition remote firing device. The mini-demolition remote firing device is an ultra-high frequency digital radio controlled initiation system designed for the remote initiation of munitions and explosives. Work will be performed in Wellington, New Zealand.

Nammo Talley received $40,000,000 for the purchase of scalable offensive hand grenades in support of USSOCOM. Work will be performed in Vihtavuori, Finland.

Oshkosh received $12,335,766 for contractor logistics support (CLS) for the Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement Vehicle (MTVR). CLS includes program, field service representatives, data (technical manuals and interactive electronic technical manual), and repair support for the MTVR. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-1. Oshkosh received $7,748,882 for the installation of Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) Armor System upgrades on 430 MTVR’s in support of Marine Corps units located on Okinawa. This contract was not competitively procured under 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1. Oshkosh received $22,349,647 for the procurement of 479 M1240A1 rocket propelled grenade net kits, NSN 5180-01-613-2865, for use on the MRAP and Marine ATVs. This action will also procure integrated logistics support to develop, validate and verify installation instructions and engineering support.

Roco Rescue Inc. received $12,000,000 for technical recovery kits and associated training. This procurement will supply specialized commercial equipment contained in four technical rescue kits (confined space, structural collapse, heavy rapid extrication deployment system, and light rapid extrication deployment system). Additionally, the contractor will supply product improvement reviews, formal operator and maintenance training courses, kit replacement parts, and contractor logistics support.

S.E.R.E. Solutions received $8,043,817 for survival, evasion, resistance, and escape instruction services at Fairchild AFB and Lackland AFB.

MISSILES, ROCKETS AND BOMBS

BAE received $39,058,362 for acquiring and working on the AN/AAR-57(V) Common Missile Warning System (CMWS), and for associated spare parts and systems engineering, technical, and logistics support services for OT-255/ALQ-212(V) Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures. This is a non-competitive acquisition.

General Dynamics received $18,716,689 to reduce hardware unit price for Hydra rockets, motors and practice warheads in accordance with contract terms and conditions in support of DOD and FMS customers. General Dynamics received $26,897,122 for supporting the Mission Payload Module Non-Lethal Weapon System (MPM-NLWS), product manager non-lethal systems, program manager, infantry weapon systems. Contractor will develop, test, produce, and prepare all pertinent documentation, and deliver the MPM-NLWS to respond with a non-lethal system mounted onto the Marine Corps transparent gun shield on the HMMWV (or its replacement). The MPM-NLWS will deliver an enhanced pyrotechnic (thermobaric effect) munition from a tube-launch system. MPM-NLWS munitions will be designed to suppress personnel, deal with crowd control, access or area denial, convoy operations, or engaging a threat.

General Dynamics received $15,093,132 to produce and deliver up to 80 Ku-Band terminals, Ka-Band conversion kits and X-Band conversion kits for the NAWCAD Special Communications Requirements Division (SCRD). The SCRD shall install, test and evaluate satellite communications on the move technologies in support of DOD advanced liaison response vehicle.

Jacobs Technology received $11,711,449 for research operations support services. The contract modification provides operations support of the Experimental Liquid Rocket program within the scope of the basic contract.

L-3 received $15,200,000 for E-LRALT additional common qualification testing; updates to the Mission Assurance Plan and Parts, Materials, and Processes Mission Assurance Plan; re-planning activities; and launch services. L-3 received $9,100,000 for Short Range Air Launch Target Assembly, Integration, and Test, to include additional common qualification testing; updates to the Mission Assurance Plan and Parts, Materials, and Processes Mission Assurance Plan; re-planning activities; and launch services.

Lockheed Martin received $20,000,000 to identify technology for introduction into present and future Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Baselines and upgrades. Lockheed Martin received $18,254,540 to exercise and incrementally fund Aegis weapon system engineering and technical services. Lockheed Martin received $48,817,610 for engineering, configuration management, associated equipment/supplies, quality assurance, information assurance, and other operation efforts required for the Aegis development and test sites.

Longbow received $7,457,989 for engineering services in support of the Laser Hellfire Missile program.

Manu Kai received $72,850,583 for range operations support and base operations support services at the Pacific Missile Range Facility. Work will be performed in Kauai, HI.

Northrop Grumman received $11,964,262 to work on intercontinental ballistic missile reentry field support equipment.

Quantitech received $9,899,983 to provide systems engineering and test and evaluation support for the Program Directorate for Counter-Rocket, Artillery and Mortar (C-RAM). This was a non-competitive contract.

Raytheon received $10,300,806 for Block II Engineering Analysis for the U.S. Army and Air Force AIM-9X Block II Missile System, including program protection implementation plans and technical studies and services.

Raytheon received $243,478,659 to procure 89 Standard Missile-6 Block I All Up Rounds, spares, containers, and round design agent services. Work will be performed in eight U.S. states (85.4 percent) and the UK (14.6 percent).

Raytheon received $33,399,925 for contractor logistic support, installation, and sustainment of Minuteman MEECN program and Minuteman MEECN program upgrade. Northrop Grumman received $9,933,000 for integration support of the Minuteman III under the intercontinental ballistic missile prime integrated contract.

Raytheon received $7,992,000 to procure TOW Missiles for the USMC. This was a non-competitive acquisition.

Schafer Corp. received $8,449,974 for particle analysis services related to nuclear test ban treaty verification for the Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC). McCrone Associates received $8,000,000 to process and analyze particle samples for the purpose of nuclear test ban treaty verification for AFTAC.

Trex Enterprises Corp. received a maximum $6,799,694 for thermally insensitive telescope mirrors. The contractor will design, model, prototype, and test chemical vapor composite silicon carbide mirrors for the SM-3 seeker telescope.

CYBER, COMMS AND IT

BAE received $62,267,353 for the acquisition of trade studies, design, development and testing to achieve a demonstration level of competency of Counter-IED multi-cycle vehicle-mounted system technology in support of JIEDDO. NIITEK received $10,639,710 for six Husky Mounted Detection System ground penetrating radar test units and a test support package including spare parts, technical data, an interface control document, logistics data, and test support services. SAIC received $49,412,941 for future radiographic systems (FRS), which is a portable system that provides real-time downrange imaging capability, assisting EOD technicians in analyzing and determining the condition of a device or munitions. This contract was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Boeing received $24,000,000 for engineering and technical services for Reconfigurable Transportable Consolidated Automated Support System (RTCASS) Station software and hardware, RTCASS Next Generation Operational Management System, Direct Test software, and migration of Operational Test Program Sets (OTPSs) on the RTCASS and contractor developed OTPS. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

CA, Inc. received $8,640,639 for software maintenance on 764,710 licenses at Ft. Belvoir. Cardinal Health 200 received a maximum $7,089,834 to establishment a license agreement for use of various software applications. Conscious Security received $8,903,818 for procuring Axway brand name software licenses and maintenance through 2018. ViaSat, Inc. received $9,625,096 for KS-252 follow-on production and sustainment. This contract provides for production, software/firmware/hardware modification, repair, and technical support.

Calibre Systems received $9,686,131 for Operating and Support Management Information System Service. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

Data Solutions & Technology received $7,405,772 to provide support services to the Combat Incident Analysis Division Anti-Armor Analysis program. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

DRS-TSI received $31,838,194 for supporting rapid response solutions for command, control, communications and computer capabilities managed by Product Director Defense Wide Transmission Systems, through the Rock Island Network Operations Service Center. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition.

EOIR Technologies received $11,461,706 for reverse engineering, limited prototyping for exploitation, test and evaluation, as well as validation on targets of interest. The contractor shall provide program management, engineering, and technical support related to a wide range of technologies managed in the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate, Technical Characterization and Exploitation Branch and Cyber Offensive Operations Division.

Exelis Systems Inc. received $20,688,985 for work on the Upgraded Solid State Module project. This contract delivers four USSM types: Array Module, Antenna Group Driver, Sidclobe Canceller/Blanker, and Subarray Group Driver. Exelis Systems Inc. received $9,984,977 for work on the GEODSS Hardware Version Release project. Exelis Systems received $55,109,387 for product line management, system engineering, system repairs, acquisition, repair and qualification of spare parts; PMis, radome maintenance, supply management, plans, roadmaps & sustainability assessments, PMRs, reports, vendor maintenance agreements/software licenses, LSR brochures; requirements definition, analysis and modeling /software modeling/risk reduction; software integration lab operations/maintenance, mission assurance, configuration/data management, technical order management, proposal development, engineering studies and analysis, system performance metrics collection, and obsolescence/sustainability analysis reports.

FLIR Systems received $49,900,000 for repair and sustainment of the electro-optic sensors systems for the Ground Based Operational Surveillance System (G-BOSS). This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

GATR Technology received $440,045,436 for working on Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) and efforts to procure multiple size Inflatable Satellite Antennas, associated training, and logistics support.

Intuitive Imaging received a maximum $15,000,000 for digital imaging network-picture archive communications system.

Kalino received $7,085,485 support and training (non-personnel) services in Honolulu, HI.

L-3 received $20,292,121 for services to test and develop a beta design of the Gemini III transmission. Under this effort, the contractor shall further develop, integrate, and test the Gemini transmission design initiated under Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center, Broad Agency Announcement Topic 24 program. L-3 received $21,147,601 for hardware, tear-down and evaluation, and repair and modification services (up to one I/J Band Amplifier, Radio Frequency AM-7536/ULQ-21(V) Microwave Power Module, First Article, and 375 I/J Band Amplifiers, Radio Frequency AM-7536/ULQ-21(V) Microwave Power Module production units) for production units, and materials. L-3 received $12,300,000 for Video Data Link (VDL) systems, common data link waveform documentation, waveform testing equipment and associated training.

L-3; Globecomm Systems; Harris; General Dynamics; DRS Technical Services; Booz Allen Hamilton; Serco, Inc.; Computer Sciences Corporation; Intelligent Decisions, Inc.; Lockheed Martin; AT&T Government Solutions; and LGS Innovations received a collective $4,100,000,000 for communications and transmissions systems.

Lockheed Martin received $306,500,000 to procure persistent threat detection systems and related technical support services and material. This contract was non-competitive (one bid solicited, one bid received). Lockheed Martin received $97,400,000 for a continuation of information management technology services supporting the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to include headquarters, divisions, district centers, and field operating activities.

Material and Technical Support Service Corp. received $9,500,000 for research, development, testing, analysis, and assessment support of U.S. Air Force counter-proliferation efforts.

Microsoft received $66,400,000 for premier and consulting support services to include, planning and coordination support, risk assessments and support consulting, 24/7 problem resolution assistance, field engineering support, designated engineering support and architectural consulting services. This contract was not competitively procured under 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by the FAR 6.302-1.

New World Solutions received $35,748,885 to provide the National Guard Intelligence Center with applied remote sensing image science support. The U.S. Army INSCOM (Charlottesville, VA) is the contracting activity.

Oracle America received $35,550,000 for procuring support, “technical refresh,” and upgrades for the GCSS– Marine Corps. This contract was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Phacil, Inc. received $10,947,689 to acquire computer facilities management services to support DOD High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office (HPCMPO)-Integrated Support Services (HISS).

Radiance Technology Inc. received $28,483,883 for the acquisition innovative laser system technologies.

Raytheon received $65,000,000 for analysis, research and development, procurement, production, sustainment and training support to U.S. Army Program Manager for Special Programs. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

SAIC received $35,883,761 for software engineering, hardware, integration, technical support, and training requirements of the Integrated Strategic Planning and Analysis Network targeting function, including the areas of National Target Base production and National Desired Ground Zero List development.

SOL Engineering Service received $7,000,000 for support to the Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory to perform its mission.

Superior Communications received $10,740,530 to procure Harris mobile radios and components to be utilized within the CBRNE Response Enterprise, which interfaces with first responders, National Guard teams, military tactical components, law enforcement, and other DOD entities. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Total Concepts of Design received $10,600,000 for Mark 14 Cover Assembly (national stock number: 8140-00-038-9982, part number: 2642781).

TrellisWare Technologies received $11,697,231 to provide support in the development of Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking (MANET) solutions. This contract was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

True Tandem LLC received $6,930,270 to provide IT services to support the Enterprise Knowledge Services initiative for the U.S. Army Reserve Command at Ft. Bragg. CGI Federal received $12,401,434 for Computer Network Defense and Information Assurance Enterprise (CND/IA) to monitor and handle network information systems operations for an estimated 800 cases per month in the National Capital Region and to support over 26,000 users. Information Technology Agency’s security services support consists of CND, IA, security architecture, and auditing support, all of which have several sub elements. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received. Computer Sciences Corp. received $14,601,231 for IT services to support the Technology Services Organization’s (TSO) requirements and its role as an enterprise business systems integrator for the Marine Corps.

Vadum, Inc. received $9,798,383 for R&D supporting new electronic warfare capabilities. This was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and one bid was received.

World Wide Technology received $9,967,138 for work on the DLA Radio-Frequency Identification Program upgrade.

“SPACE-BASED” CONTRACTS

Harris Corp. received $6,735,165 for sustainment of the Space Control Depot to provide uninterrupted support to Space and Missile Systems Center Space Superiority operational Offensive Counterspace and Defensive Counterspace ground based systems and the Space Test and Training Range. Honeywell Technology Solutions received $550,355,001 for system and maintenance engineering, network support integration, on-site and off-site depot level maintenance, and software maintenance of the Air Force Satellite Control Network. Northrop Grumman received $36,771,485 to provide on-orbit operations and sustainment for the Space Tracking and Surveillance Systems – Demonstrator satellites.

Lockheed Martin received $42,410,080 for advanced procurement of non-recurring engineering and long-lead materials for the space-based infrared systems GEO 5-6 program and for providing additional material items and associated engineering. Lockheed Martin received $96,287,882 for Space Based Infrared Systems contractor logistics support (operations crew support; organizational and depot maintenance) at Boulder, CO and Buckley AFB. Lockheed Martin received $16,530,842 for a sustainment support study and system modifications for the contractor logistics support and Combined Task Force efforts required for continued support for operations, maintenance, and sustainment for the operational Space-Based-Infrared System ground systems assets.

Lockheed Martin received $48,600,000 to provide ongoing sustainment of Highly Elliptical Orbit (HEO) and Geosynchronous Elliptical Orbit (GEO) on-orbit assets. This sustainment is provided by the use of FOS in SBIRS Auxiliary Support Center and SBIRS Payload On-Orbit Test Sustainment. This includes ongoing sustainment of the flight software and databases, labs infrastructure, and performance trending of the payload.

L-3 received a maximum $63,404,093 for Advanced Extremely High Frequency COMSEC TRANSEC SYSTEM hardware production.

Northrop Grumman received $19,300,000 for support and sustainment (factory operations and management support for spacecraft and sensors, as well as on-site support and in depth missile threat analysis to the 2nd Space Warning Squadron) of the Defense Support Program (DSP). Space Coast Launch Services received $35,355,805 for operations, maintenance and engineering support to critical launch, spacecraft and ordnance facilities and support systems owned by the 45th Space Wing at Patrick AFB.

Honeywell International received $485,458,000 for the Embedded GPS Inertial Navigation System (EGI). SAIC received $7,940,000 for work on the GPS Directorate Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I) Bridge 3.0. Technology Advancement Group received $8,832,000 for GPS production and related support to the U.S. Army Geospatial Center. Thales Components Corp. received a maximum $24,793,300 for Milstar traveling wave tubes.

SAIC received $33,934,215 to collect, process, store, and maintain high-resolution 3D geospatial information by conducting flight operations and terrestrial collection operations.

RADAR CONTRACTS

ARCTEC Alaska Joint Venture received $39,327,456 to operate and maintain the Alaska Radar System, consisting of 15 remote radar sites. BAE received a maximum $94,312,136 for advanced radar warning receiver ship sets and line replaceable units. BAE received $7,300,000 to operate, maintain, and support the perimeter acquisition radar attack characterization system and site at Cavalier Air Force Station.

Lockheed Martin received $13,100,000 to procure spares and production technical data package for the AN/TPQ-53 radar program. Lockheed Martin received $7,476,578 to conduct the technical refresh and integration of the AN/TPS-59A(V)3 Radar System Netra T4-1 Server Mod Kit, to include replacement of the radar’s data processor Netra T5220, operations console computers, and re-integration of the proprietary software. This contract was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1. Northrop Grumman received $10,761,825 for engineering and manufacturing work on the ground/air task-oriented radar (G/ATOR). This modification was not competitively procured.

Raytheon received $230,000,000 to operate X-Band radar in support of MDA’s sensors program. TOTE Services received $6,811,097 to operate the Sea-Based X-Band Radar Platform (SBX-1) in the Pacific Ocean.

OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $46,931,841 for advanced processes for emerging systems. The overall objective of this contract is to advance materials and manufacturing and testing technology for next-generation components and systems for the sponsors. This contract, like so many others, tells the U.S. taxpayer nothing.

Applied Research Associates; Survice Engineering; Mantech International Corporation; and Filius Corporation received $48,000,000 for analytical services associated with target descriptions, vulnerability, survivability, weapons effectiveness studies and support to current operations.

Chesapeake Defense Services; HP White Laboratory; and NTS Technical Systems received a collective $18,000,000 for ballistic and non-ballistic laboratory testing.

Engility Corporation received $9,679,180 for R&D and experimental engineering services for the Army Research Laboratory’s Vehicle Technology Directorate’s platform mechanics, propulsion technologies, autonomous systems and vehicle analysis sections.

Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. received $8,069,861 for systems engineering and analysis support, arms control support, research and development support, program planning, and propulsion support services contract.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER CONTRACTS

Lockheed Martin received $3,405,427,661 to manufacture and deliver 19 F-35 CTOL for the USAF ($1,823,737,540; 53.55 percent); six F-35 STOVL for the USMC ($567,802,742; 16.67 percent); four F-35 Carrier Variant (CV) aircraft for the USN ($401,457,402; 11.79 percent); two F-35 CTOL aircraft for Norway; three F-35 CTOL aircraft for Italy; and one (1) F-35 STOVL for the UK. This contract also provides for related equipment. Work will be performed in TX (55 percent); CA (15 percent); FL (5 percent); NH (5 percent); MD (5 percent), the UK (10 percent); and Italy (5 percent). Purchases: Italy, Norway, UK, Australia, Turkey, Netherlands, Canada, and Denmark ($612,429,977; 34.46 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $742,657,068 to manufacture and deliver two F-35 CTOL aircraft to Australia and three F-35 CTOL aircraft to Italy. Work will be performed in TX (55 percent); CA (15 percent); FL (5 percent); NH (5 percent); MD (5 percent); the UK (10 percent); and Italy (5 percent). Purchases: USAF ($130,677,491; 17.60 percent); the USN/USMC ($66,199,572; 8.92 percent); and Italy, Australia, UK, Turkey, Netherlands, Canada, Norway and Denmark ($545,780,005; 73.49 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $46,018,410 for working “to ensure a manufacturing base with sufficient technical knowledge is established to support F-35 production requirements.” Work will be performed in seven states (CA, TX, NH, CA, GA, FL, and NY) and Canada. Lockheed Martin received $20,461,696 for “electronic components needed to support F-35 production and sustainment requirements due to current diminishing manufacturing sources.” Lockheed Martin received $10,774,083 to provide initial mission equipment and interim technical support for the F-35 United States Reprogramming Lab. Lockheed Martin received $99,010,000 to provide parts, material and components required to deliver 19 CTOL F-35s to the USAF. Lockheed Martin received $10,000,000 for “the initial lay-in of consumable piece parts for repair of repairables (sic) at U.S. government organic depots and original equipment manufacturers” in support of the F-35 Program.

United Technologies received $214,843,107 for initial spare modules, initial spare parts, replenishment spare parts, production non-recurring efforts on the F-35. Purchases: USN/USMC ($111,245,364; 51 percent), USAF ($72,711,358; 34 percent), the UK ($6,824,288; 3 percent), Italy ($8,850,625; 4 percent), the Netherlands ($2,350,434; 1 percent), Turkey ($2,722,643; 1 percent), Canada ($1,769,504; 1 percent), Australia ($6,245,484; 3 percent), Denmark ($816,366; 1 percent), and Norway ($1,307,041; 1 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $149,041,442 for the redesign and qualification of replacement F-35 Electronic Warfare system components. Work will be performed in four states (NH, TX, FL, and SC). This contract combines purchases for the USAF ($94,000,000; 63 percent), USN ($12,340,327; 8.3 percent), USMC ($11,000,000; 7.4 percent), and international partners ($31,701,115; 21.3 percent). Raytheon received $6,796,441 to procure eight Telemetry Instrumentation Kits to provide the F-35 with Joint Stand-off Weapon Separation Test Vehicles.

OSPREY CONTRACTS

Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office received $20,516,768 for upgrades to 15 existing USMC and 8 existing USAF V-22 training devices. The Marine Corps and Air Force devices will be upgraded to the MV-22 Block C2.02 and the CV-22 Block 20.2.01 configurations, respectively. Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office received $9,523,227 for engineering and flight test aircraft modifications to incorporate the Joint Allied Threat Awareness System and APR-39D(V)2 radar warning receiver into the MV-22. MOOG Inc. received $9,920,000 for the repair of 155 Swashplate actuators in support of the V-22 aircraft. This was a non-competitive requirement, per FAR 6.302-1. Rolls-Royce received $6,672,061 to procure 434 engine flight hours and 10 low power repairs in support of the MV-22 aircraft.

HAWKEYE CONTRACTS

Northrop Grumman received $11,655,626 for the design, development, first article, and production units for ten pieces of peculiar support equipment (PSE); and the procurement of 29 additional pieces of previously developed PSE for the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft. Northrop Grumman received $226,702,989 to work on an In-flight Refueling capable E-2D Advanced aircraft. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1. Rolls-Royce received $34,020,640 for the depot repair of T56-A-427 engines in support of the E-2 Advanced Hawkeye aircraft, including the repair of 20 power sections, 10 torque meters, and 20 gearboxes, and accessories. Rolls-Royce received $48,949,100 for engine depot activation. A&D GC, Inc. received $11,398,000 to construct an E-2D Aircrew Training Facility at Naval Base Ventura County. The project includes SCIF debrief spaces, secret internet protocol routing network, uninterrupted power supply, and other construction actions.

NAVY CONTRACTS

AAR Airlift Group received $15,217,498 for “vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services,” including search and rescue support; medical evacuations; passenger transfers; and internal cargo movement. Work will be performed in the U.S. 5th Fleet and U.S. 7th FleetAORs.

Evergreen Helicopters received $8,357,142 for vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services (search & rescue support; medical evacuations; passenger transfers; internal cargo movement). Evergreen Helicopters will provide two helicopters, personnel, support equipment, and all supplies necessary to perform flight operations in the U.S. 2nd Fleet, U.S. 5th Fleet, and U.S. 6th Fleet AORs.

Alion Science and Technology received $7,524,597 for professional support services in support of the Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Ships).

Alpha Marine Services received $6,681,778 for harbor tug services at Kings Bay and Mayport, FL.

Alutiiq-Mele received $19,066,446 for base operation support services (management & admin, weapons support, supply services, facilities investment, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, pest control, street sweeping, vehicle support, equipment services, and environmental services) at NAWS China Lake. AOC Support Services received $11,351,737 for Base Operating Support services at the NAF El Centro. Del-Jen, Inc. received $26,679,395 for base operation support services at NAS Pensacola and surrounding areas including Saufley Field, Corry Station, and Bronson Field. EJB Facilities Services received $39,019,110 for base operations support (excluding grounds and janitorial services; including pavement clearance and utilities work) at various installations in the NAVFAC Northwest AOR. Mark Dunning Industries received $6,983,716 for base operations support services (grounds maintenance and landscaping, integrated solid waste management, custodial and pest control services) at Kings Bay.

American Bureau of Shipping received $8,500,000 to provide vessel classification services in accordance with statute 46 U.S.C. 3316. Work will be performed worldwide. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-5(c)(2)(i).

Atlantic Diving Supply received $47,521,661 for 973 seven-person combat raiding craft (I-CRC) and 563 15-person combat assault craft (I-CAC) inflatable boats, 932 I-CRC and 337 I-CAC motors and secondary items.

BAE received $13,561,479 for operation and maintenance of Navy communication, electronic, and computer systems in Oahu, HI (94 percent) and Geraldton, Australia (6 percent).

BAE received $18,227,633 for maintenance and modifications on the USS Kearsarge (LHD 3). BAE Systems received $40,371,916 for maintenance and modifications on the USS Barry (DDG 52). BAE received $7,799,275 for maintenance and modifications on the USS Higgins (DDG 76). BAE received $20,691,196 for USS Green Bay (LPD 20) dry-docking, planning, repair, alteration and material support services.

EMCOR Government Services received $40,502,374 for Regional Base Operating Support services at various government facilities within a 100-mile radius of the Washington Navy Yard.

Boeing received $69,790,447 to procure one C-40A Clipper aircraft for the U.S. Navy. Boeing received $6,788,211 for ARC-210 Gen-V radio upgrade for C-32A and C-40B. Boeing received $23,604,456 for “eight additional instrumentation wafer components and support.”

Colonna’s Shipyard received $13,619,216 for drydocking, hull plating replacement, and propulsion engine removal to the USS Shamal (PC 13).

DRS Laurel Technologies received $22,008,022 for procurement of repair station console-associated training sets, engineering services, support and spares for DDG 51-class ships.

DRS Power & Control Technologies received $17,164,637 for DDG 51 Class Energy Storage Module First Article Unit preliminary design and detailed design non-recurring engineering, engineering services, and associated support.

General Dynamics (Bath Iron Works) received $13,312,764 for material and labor to complete work on the DDG 1000 deckhouse. General Dynamics (Electric Boat Corp.) received $25,668,778 for dry-docking and maintaining the USS Providence (SSN 719) in Groton, CT.

FLIR Systems Inc. received $49,852,526 for the Patrol Boat Electro-Optics System (PB-EOS) for the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy. Using the PB-EOS will enhance: low visibility & night navigation; maritime interception; coastal observation & surveillance; insertion & extraction operations; VBSS; combat search and rescue; identification friend or foe; reconnaissance & surveillance; and documenting navigational hazards.

International Marine and Industrial Applicators received $15,181,444 for preservation work (maintenance to systems and hull not available when the ship is waterborne) on the USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). Vigor Shipyards received $7,260,245 for dry-docking, repair, and maintenance on the USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).

Kaydon Corp. received $8,460,098 for the evaluation, repair/refurbishment and new manufacture of bull gears for the AN/SPS-49, AN/SPS-48E, and MK-82 air search radar systems.

Keystone Prepositioning Services received $7,343,358 for the operation and maintenance of three Kocak-class ships. When activated, the ships support movement of common-user and service-unique cargoes for DOD requirements.

L-3 received $10,956,633 to exercise an option for logistics support services in support of the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department at NAS Pensacola and NAS Corpus Christi.  L-3 received $55,627,456 for maintenance and logistical support for 54 C-12 aircraft for the U.S. Navy (48) and the USMC (6). Work will be performed in eight U.S. states (72.5 percent); Manama (5.5 percent); Guantánamo Bay (5.5 percent); Atsugi, Japan (5.5 percent); Futenma, Japan (1.8 percent); Iwakuni, Japan (3.7 percent); Kadena, Japan ( 3.7 percent); and Misawa, Japan (1.8 percent). L-3 received $13,704,209 for the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) of two LCAC craft. The SLEP will extend LCAC’s service life to 30 years.

LBI Inc. received $27,661,389 for procuring up to 60 deep draft submarine camel separators and associated installation, support, shipping and travel.

Lockheed Martin received $12,598,136 for design agent engineering services. Purchases: U.S. Navy (80.4 percent), Spain (6.7 percent), Germany (4.9 percent), Norway (1.9 percent), Japan (3.9 percent), and Australia (2.2 percent). This contract was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $23,171,609 for Product Support across Undersea Warfare (USW) Systems. This contract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy (97.4 percent) and the government of Japan (2.6 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $27,548,897 for engineering services supporting delivery, installation, and maintenance to all AN/BLQ-10(V) fleet operational systems delivered to the government. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $6,638,440 for the “repair of parts used in the AN/UYQ-70 advanced display system and the Navy’s current generation of the of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf display and processor systems for tactical and C4I applications for target acquisition and tracking, weapons control, theater air defense, anti-submarine warfare, battle group communication and airborne surveillance and control.” Work will be performed at 20 Lockheed Martin repair locations throughout the U.S. (90 percent), and Virginia Beach (10 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $95,727,501 for “definitization of the Navy’s fiscal 2012 AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare System production requirements and exercise of fiscal 2013 production options.” The AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 is a surface ship combat system with the capabilities to find and track undersea contacts; and to engage and evade submarines, mine-like small objects, and torpedo threats.

Maersk Line received $31,817,327 for operation and maintenance of five government-owned Maritime Prepositioning Force ships: USNS 2ND LT John P. Bobo (T-AK 3008), USNS SGT William R. Button (T-AK 3012), USNS 1ST LT Baldomero Lopez (T-AK 3010), USNS 1ST LT Jack Lummus (T-AK 3011) and USNS PFC Dewayne T. Williams (T-AK 3009). These civilian-crewed ships are deployed worldwide to strategically place equipment and supplies. Maersk Line received $7,883,584 for operation and maintenance of USNS GYSGT Fred W. Stockham (T-AK 3017). Maersk Line received $18,678,083 for the operation and maintenance of five U.S. Navy ocean surveillance ships and two U.S. Navy missile range instrumentation ships. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with the statutory authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1. Maersk Line received $12,190,635 to charter the MV SSG Edward A. Carter Jr. to support the U.S. Army’s ammunition prepositioning program. Tote Services received $6,938,148 for the operation and maintenance of the USNS VADM K.R. Wheeler and the USNS Fast Tempo. These ships support military forces deployed worldwide.

Ocean Ships received $13,906,064 for operation and maintenance of two mobile landing platform ships, USNS Montford Point (MLP 1) and USNS John Glenn (MLP 2) which support the U.S. Navy’s prepositioning fleet by transferring rolling stock and other cargoes in-stream with other ships via ramp connections, as well as landing and deploying air-cushion non-displacement craft by means of inclined decks. Ocean Ships received $32,383,461 for operation and maintenance of eight Watson-class large, medium-speed, roll-on/roll-off ships. The ships preposition government-owned cargo, including hazardous materials such as explosives and ammunition, and vehicular, bulk and general cargoes. Offshore Service Vessels received $8,484,060 to charter the MV C-Champion, which is used as a platform for launching and recovering small boats; refueling and provisioning small boats; and assisting with limited maintenance for small boats. The vessel also provides support to maritime security operations.

Maritime International received $47,502,090 for the procurement triangular and cylindrical fender separators, DDG ship separators, Kevlar straps, and related contract support services for mooring equipment at shipyards inside and outside of the United States.

Navatek Ltd. received $7,328,471 for the Integration, Expansion and Validation of Tools for the Navy Standard Design Environment.

Northrop Grumman received $11,650,468 to procure the software development and flight test of three additional type E special signals required by the warfighter.

Northrop Grumman received $28,608,128 for completion of maritime modes development for the Multi-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program (MP-RTIP). The total cumulative face value of the contract after this action is $1,514,521,395. Northrop Grumman received $85,300,000 to provide small tactical radar – lightweight (STARLite), synthetic aperture radar/ground moving target indicator (SAR/GMTI), system support. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and one bid received.

Northrop Grumman received $7,319,039 for support of the AN/TYQ-23(V)4 Tactical Air Operations Module, AN/TYQ-87(V)2 Sector Anti-Air Warfare Facility, Tactical Air Operations Module Interface Group, Multi-Radar Tracker, Multi-Channel Interface Unit, and critical components of the AN/TSQ-269 Mobile Tactical Air Operations Module; software sustainment, post production support (including training, logistics support, and engineering support), life cycle support, test laboratory sustainment, information assurance compliance, government property repair, and vendor level maintenance. This contract was not competitively procured under the statutory authority 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Peckham Vocational Industries received $7,653,881 for the procurement of 3,369 full-up aircrew endurance vests, associated technical data, and spare parts for the U.S. Navy. The aircrew endurance vests include the CMU-37 crew vest with HBU-27 (1,554) and the CMU-38/P pilot vest (1,815).

Philadelphia Ship Repair received $8,476,483 for the removal of various systems (including the main propulsion shafting, controllable pitch propeller, main propulsion engines, pumps motors and valves) on at three-to-five U.S. Navy frigates. The contractor will then be required to ensure watertight integrity of the ship, balance the weight of the ship for a long ocean tow, and tow back to the PNBC Reserve Basin.

Phoenix International Holdings received $18,132,000 to manage, maintain, mobilize and operate the Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS) including associated facilities and equipment.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $10,757,105 to support the integrated shipboard/shore-based maintenance decision tool. This contract was not competitively procured under the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5), authorized or required by Statue 15 U.S.C. 638 (r) aid to small business.

Progeny Systems received $8,257,426 to design and develop a maritime airborne service oriented engineering development model of the P-8A increment 3 architecture. Boeing received $172,322,906 to support the production (through integrated logistics; contractor support; spares; equipment; and technical publication updates) of 13 P-8A Lot IV aircraft. Raytheon received $29,531,677 for work and training in order to standup an organic depot maintenance facility to support the AN/APY-10 Radar (for the P-8A) at the Fleet Readiness Center South East, Jacksonville, FL. XTRA Aerospace received $15,958,369 to procure Boeing 737 commercial spare parts for the low rate initial production Lot IV effort in support of the P-8A fleet.

Raytheon received $7,203,307 for production of the hardware changes to the Dual Band Radar (DBR) and Common Array Power System, required to implement the DBR power system interface modifications to CVN 78.

Raytheon received a maximum $45,179,000 for manufacture and delivery of airborne low frequency sonar helicopter dipping sonar systems.

Lockheed Martin received $44,723,015 for the production and support of TB-37/U Multi Function Towed Arrays (MFTA) for the AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Antisubmarine Warfare Combat Systems. The TB-37/U MFTA is the next generation passive and active sonar receiver.

Wartsila Defense Industries received a maximum $65,000,000 for water jet support and parts for the Improved Navy Lighterage System (INLS) at Blount Island Command; Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story and Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado. The work provides for water jet technical documentation, condition assessments, repairs and inventory parts management. This contract was a sole-source procurement per FAR 6.302-1.

Wyle Laboratories received $17,808,792 to procure Aircraft Electronic Attack and Electronic Support Systems modifications including analysis, design, development, integration, and testing of tactical operational flight software for electronic warfare systems in EA-6B, EA-18G, E-2C, MH-60R, BAMS, P-8A, and other advanced electronic attack derivatives and initiatives. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1. This contract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy ($17,630,704; 99 percent) and Australia ($178,088; 1 percent).

AIRCRAFT AND AIRCREW TRAINING

CSC Applied Technologies received $71,650,362 for operation and maintenance on T-38C/T-1A/T-6 undergraduate pilot training at Vance AFB. L-3 received $102,586,003 for logistics support of the T-1A aircraft at Vance AFB, Columbus AFB, Randolph AFB, Laughlin AFB, and Pensacola NAS. L-3 received $64,982,586 for additional logistics services and materials for maintenance required to support 36 T-45A and 168 T-45C aircraft based at NAS Meridian, NAS Kingsville, NAS Pensacola, and Patuxent River, MD. L-3 received $8,271,023 for contractor logistics services in support of T-39N and T-39G aircraft and associated equipment used in student naval flight officer training at NAS Pensacola. Northrop Grumman received $40,000,000 for engineering work on the T-38 and F-5 aircraft. Boeing received $9,707,984 for supplies/services for the T-45 Subsystems Service Life Assessment Program. Rolls-Royce received $50,728,950 for maintenance and related logistics support for approximately 223 in-service T-45 F405-RR-401 Adour engines under the Power-By-the-Hour (PBTH®) arrangement. Work will be performed NAS Meridian, (47 percent); NAS Kingsville (46 percent), NAS Pensacola (6 percent), and NAS Patuxent River, MD (1 percent).

Boeing will procure one additional Longbow crew trainer (at $11,427,527) for the Apache helicopter program. Boeing received $14,401,508 to acquire four Longbow crew trainers for the Apache program. 

CAE USA received $12,800,518 for support of the KC-135 Aircrew Training Systems (ATS) (includes upgrades and configuration management of current training systems hardware/software development and fielding new devices, on-site and on-call maintenance for aircrew training devices). CAE USA received $13,269,057 for support of the KC-135 Aircrew Training Systems Boom Operator Weapon System Trainer (BOWST), operations and maintenance and operational flight trainer along with BOWST database maintenance.

FlightSafety Services Corp. received $19,876,585 for support of the KC-10 Aircrew Training Systems (includes on-site contractor logistics support (CLS), obsolescence and technology insertion, student instruction, CLS on-site maintenance/spares/consumables/repairs, and support equipment maintenance/calibration for aircrew training devices).

L-3 received $8,850,576 for contractor owned and operated aircraft in support of commercial air services for military training support. This modification provides airborne threat simulation training for shipboard and aircraft squadron weapon systems operators and aircrew, to enhance abilities to counter potential enemy electronic warfare and electronic attack operations in an electronic combat environment. L3 received $11,781,299 for trainer maintenance services at Sheppard AFB and NAS Pensacola.

Lockheed Martin received $21,318,495 for the C-5M reliability enhancement and re-engining program acquisition, providing an aircraft maintenance system trainer and a flight control system trainer for Travis AFB. Lockheed Martin received $24,851,082 for technology upgrades to facilitate a new operating system. Effort includes technology refresh for F-22 training systems at Sheppard, Tyndall, Langley, Nellis, Hickam, and Elmendorf Air Force Bases.

J. K. Hill & Associates received $7,085,894 to provide an additional nine months of aircraft maintenance services and logistical support assistance for the USMC Fighter Light Attack Helicopter Training Squad located at MCAS Camp Pendleton.

SAIC received $14,448,532 to assist the U.S. Navy with fleet training, directive development, execution, assessment and readiness reporting. This contract will support the determination, deployment, coordination, communication, and implementation of fleet training policy.

AIRCRAFT

Boeing received a maximum $49,580,000 for engineering, analysis, test and technical support services and procurement in support of developmental, production, and sustainment of the Mission Enhanced Little Bird aircraft for USSOCOM. The procurement was not a full and open competition.

EFW Inc. received a maximum $19,824,724 for multi-purpose color display replacement. Location of performance is Texas and Israel.

Pratt & Whitney received a maximum $2,500,000,000 for various weapons systems spare parts.

Veraxx Engineering Corporation received $85,000,000 for supporting the fielded Special Operations Aviation suite of training aids, devices, simulators, and simulations.

Aviation Systems Engineering received $8,895,204 to extend the term of the contract for technical, analytical, administrative and material support services to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron One (VX1), in support of the test mission of commander, operational test and evaluation force. The contractor will be required to provide support services to test and analyze Navy Aircraft.

BAE received a maximum $10,559,999 for aircraft flight processors, circuit card assemblies, and power supplies.

Boeing received $12,871,280 for procuring 114 advanced navigation system retrofit kits for F/A-18E and F/A-18F aircraft. Boeing received $38,197,820 for procuring retrofit kits in support of the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G trailing edge flap engineering change proposal redesign. Boeing received $41,829,379 for engineering, fabrication, inspection and testing of 10 pre-production Operational Test Program Sets in support of the EA-18G aircraft in St. Louis, MO. Northrop Grumman received $10,865,042 for assembly, integration, and installation of equipment in support of the EA-18G airborne electronic attack unit operational flight program software testing and avionics subsystem emulation. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1. GE received $20,243,772 for procuring 240 FPU-12/A 480 gallon external fuel tanks for the F/A-18 E/F (182) and the EA-18G (58) aircraft, including related program support. Raytheon received $39,000,000 for procurement of 15 AN/APG-79 AESA radar systems for the F/A-18 E/F aircraft. Raytheon received $34,642,125 for working on the AN/APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radio Detection and Ranging General Purpose Processor upgrade in support of the F/A-18 E/F aircraft.

Boeing received $57,404,656 and $16,497,835 to repair various parts in support of the AV-8 aircraft. This contract was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1). Boeing received $64,784,278 for material and labor on the Apache-D helicopter. This is a non-competitive acquisition. Boeing received $7,200,000 for KC-135 fan ducts. AM General received $41,069,012 for detuned engines with containers. Boeing received $9,690,070 to order 100 each of the composite horizontal stabilators (CHS) and one each of the CHS tool string.

BPR Rico Equipment Inc. received a maximum $14,618,433 for spare tire retainers. Crane Electronics (doing business as STC Microwave Systems, Signal Technology Corp.) received $12,399,945 to repair ALQ-161A radio frequency surveillance/electronic countermeasure (RFS/ECM) system units used on the B-1 aircraft. Data Link Solutions received $13,362,375 to repair the multifunctional information distribution system joint tactical radios system used on multiple aircrafts. Doss Aviation received $23,000,000 for an initial flight screening program. Impact Instrumentation Inc. received a maximum $28,772,259 for airworthy aspirators. L-3 received $11,094,779 for helicopter maintenance at Kirtland AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $15,030,438 for repairing five items for the H60 Helicopters. This contract was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). Lockheed Martin received $7,150,637 for the repair of 12 items for the Common Cockpit for the H60 Helicopters. The contract was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $29,361,640 for C-130J aircrew instruction and contractor logistic support for the C-130J Maintenance and Aircrew Training System devices. Lockheed Martin received $21,530,000 for converting the C-130 ATS II weapon system trainers from the H1 configuration to the H2 Configuration. Lockheed Martin received $8,757,527 to incorporate the Option X software upgrades onto Increment 2 HC/MC-130J aircraft. This contract modification will fix eight identified and approved deficiencies on the HC/MC-130J aircraft. Lockheed Martin received $8,580,084 for work at the C-130J Training System Support Center. Northrop Grumman received $26,381,175.00 for support of the C-130 Direct Sales Public Private Partnership for repair of 28 national stock numbers. Work will be performed at Warner Robins, GA.

Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems received a maximum $224,766,585 for aircraft wheels, brakes, and spare parts. Moog Inc. received a maximum $17,999,683 for aircraft parts. NASCO Aircraft Brake received a maximum $29,080,238 for aircraft wheels and brakes, and spare/repair parts. Northrop Grumman received $24,111,329 for overhauling seven different B-2 Tailpipe components. Northrop Grumman received $6,637,223 for large aircraft infra-red counter measures (LAIRCM). Omega Aerial Refueling Services received $30,560,840 for contractor owned and operated aircraft services in support of the Commercial Air Services (CAS) Program, which provides aerial refueling services to the DOD. This contract was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $6,998,906 for work on the F-16 Radar Falcon 2020 contract, which provides improvements or upgrades to the current F-16 Block 30 AN/APG-68 radar system. Parker Hannifin Corp. received $14,369,245 on the F-16 Electrohydraulic Servo Valve Contract.

Northrop Grumman received $795,915,000 for logistics supporting AMC aircraft at McGuire AFB, Travis AFB, Lake Charles Maintenance Center, and Greensboro, NC. This contract involved unspecified FMS. Northrop Grumman received a maximum $11,304,521 to provide evaluations, analysis, repair designs, and/or testing to support the requirements for the A-10 aircraft structural integrity program and maintenance of operational safety, suitability, and effectiveness. Northrop Grumman received a maximum $28,085,500 for aircraft aft deck structural supports.

Pratt & Whitney received a maximum $13,907,430 for aircraft engine turbine nozzle segment replenishment spares. Pratt & Whitney received a maximum $7,878,650 for procurement aircraft engine compressor blade set replenishment spares. Pratt & Whitney received $18,386,813 for the purchase of an additional 5,434 low pressure turbine blades for the F119 PW-100 engines. Pratt & Whitney received a maximum $6,732,320 for aircraft engine turbine disk replenishment spares.

Pratt & Whitney received a minimum $19,400,643 and $14,078,493 for F100 aircraft engine spare part-diffuser cases. Pratt & Whitney received a minimum $13,785,252 for F100 aircraft engine spare-part rotor. United Technologies received a minimum $23,556,930 for replenishment spares of F100 aircraft engine fan rotors.

Raytheon received $20,018,361 for procuring 30 Forward Looking Infrared Radar kits for the CH-53K helicopters (5) and HH-60 helicopters (25). In addition, this delivery order will provide for the procurement for 25 L2G multifunction control units and 35 L2G system control units for the HH-60 helicopters; two Memory Loader Verifier System cables and software update, system integration and test support for the CH-53K helicopters; one technical data package; and repair of repairables analysis. Raytheon received $14,000,000 for the repair of AN/AAS-44(V) forward looking infrared radar system for the H-60 series helicopters. This was a non-competitive contract, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). Lockheed Martin received $98,399,462 for the manufacture and delivery of up to 50 AN/APS-153(V)1 radar kits to upgrade the MH-60R fleet aircraft. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1(a) (2). Lockheed Martin received $7,037,522 for ten organic airborne mine countermeasures technical insertion common console kits in support of the MH-60S program. Lockheed Martin received a maximum $10,881,328 for countermeasure receivers. Thales Communications received $15,125,500 for depot level specialized test equipment and the relevant technical data required to establish depot level support for the AN/AQS-22 Airborne Low Frequency Sonar in support of the MH-60R aircraft program. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c).

Raytheon received $7,101,016 for fifteen Air Traffic Navigation, Integration and Coordination System ES-19 retrofit upgrade kits and spares. Raytheon received $79,300,000 to assist the Product Management Office for Air Traffic Control Systems and the Communication-Electronics Command, Logistics Readiness Center with life cycle management support for 39 air traffic navigation, integration and coordination systems and 21 fixed base precision approach radar systems and equipment.

Rockwell Collins received a maximum $22,426,306 to provide USSOCOM with the degraded visual environments (DVE) system. The DVE systems integrate information from aircraft sensors to increase situational awareness for MH-47 and MH-60 aircrews. Boeing received a maximum $22,952,831 for the DVE system. Sierra Nevada Corp. received a maximum $22,585,880 for the DVE system.

Boeing received $19,253,048 for sustaining engineering on delivery order 0261 of basic ordering agreement for the MH-47G new build. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received. Boeing received $78,237,601 for the MH-47G New Build (7 Aircraft).

Textron received $23,050,581 for work on baseline configuration upgrades for one AH-1Z Full Flight Simulator, one UH-1Y Full Flight Simulator, and one UH-1Y Flight Training Device for the U.S. Marine Corps. Textron received $34,313,824 for the repair/overhaul of five items required in support of the AH-1W Helicopter. This contract was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1. Textron received a maximum $27,962,676 and $14,196,000 for blade assemblies. Textron received a maximum $18,786,469 for main rotor gearbox assemblies. Textron received $18,760,539 to exercise an option for the manufacture of one UH-1Y build new helicopter for the USMC.

URS Federal Support Services received $9,527,000 for contract logistics support for the RC-26B aircraft used by the Air National Guard.

NOTABLE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS

Faith Enterprises Inc. received $9,958,370 for repair of Cadet Gym Phase 6. “Old racquetball and squash courts will be renovated, and structural floors added, to provide spaces for the Triathlon Club, weightlifting support space, Cross fit training space, and a television studio. The weightlifting space will be renovated and updated for current program requirements. Existing gym space will be renovated to accommodate gymnastics and support spaces, including retractable seating and space for various gymnastics equipment for competitions.” C.E.R., Inc. received $9,899,000 to demolish the current fitness center and then construct a new fitness center, a surface parking lot, and demolish Building 219 at NSF Dahlgren.

Harry Pepper & Associates received $10,284,372 for Hurricane Sandy waterfront repairs at Naval Station Guantánamo Bay. This work includes repairs to the Guantánamo Bay public marina and restoration of the recreational dive park. One doubts any assertions that the U.S. Executive Branch will close Guantánamo, since the Pentagon is funding various construction projects at this overseas base.

Hourigan Construction received $23,366,464 for design and construction of an Operation Facility at Joint Expeditionary Base, Little Creek-Fort Story. Fiscal 2013 military construction, Special Operations Command contract funds are obligated on this award.

MultiMAC JV received a maximum $20,000,000 to help DOD comply with Air Emission Regulations, Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act Regulations and Greenhouse Gas Regulations at DOD installations within the NAVFAC Atlantic AOR. Part of this contract allocates $469,280 for Asbestos Management Study at Rota, Spain. Are sailors stationed in Rota, Spain currently being exposed to asbestos in base housing? Veterans who were exposed to asbestos are entitled to compensation.

Tutor Perini Corp. received $23,813,707 to upgrade 60 existing housing units at Lockwood Terrace (Naval Base Guam) in order to bring them to current Navy standards which include reconfiguration of interior living spaces and expanding existing living areas.

CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

Construction contracts tell the reader a lot about the Pentagon’s posture and future designs. With the government shutdown looming, the month of September witnessed a boom in DOD construction contracts.

Adira Construction; Contract and Purchasing Solutions; Greenland Enterprises; Locke-Lane Construction; Patriot Construction; and Turner Strategic Technologies received $50,000,000 for general construction projects located at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, MCAS Cherry Point, and other outlying facilities in North Carolina. The work to be performed provides for new construction, demolition, repair of buildings and infrastructure, communication systems, installation of high voltage electrical distribution systems, extending steam distribution systems, work on potable water distribution systems, extensions to the sewer systems, additional storm water control systems, painting, and removal of asbestos materials and lead paint. Barnhill Contracting; Morton Trucking; Onslow Grading & Paving; and S. T. Wooten Corp. received a cumulative $95,000,000 for construction projects (includes paving, site clearing activities, demolition work, storm drainage work, modifications to water and sewer distribution) located at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, MCAS Cherry Point, and outlying facilities in North Carolina.

A&D GC, Inc. received $7,514,000 for construction and repair of Building 237 (King Hall Auditorium) at Naval Support Activity Monterey. Cherokee Nation Construction Services received $7,485,615 for the repair of the South Admin Area of Building 9001. CNMS JV received $18,066,075 for design and repair of Headquarters Pacific Air Forces Building 1102 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Contech Engineering received $9,474,334 for repairs to Telecommunication Building 390C and Van Pads at Marine Corps Base, HI. M. J. Takisaki Inc. received $6,966,033 for Repair Aircraft Maintenance Hangar Fire Protection Building 2050.

Abide International received $13,549,250 to retrofit the New Hogan Tainter Gate at Valley Springs, CA.

ABM Government Services; Apro International; and CACI Dynamic Systems received $17,014,891 to provide operational contracting support for vital supplies, services and construction to USCENTCOM Acquisition Support Services.

Absher Construction received $25,116,000 for the energy efficient project and production shop energy reduction project at Naval Base Kitsap. P & L General Contractors received $9,019,821 for modernization of industrial control systems at Naval Base Kitsap and Keyport Naval Underwater Warfare Center.

Ace Engineering received $45,000,000 for construction services at Cannon AFB.

Curtis-McKinley Roofing and Sheet Metal; Construction & Service Solutions; Brazos Roofing International of South Dakota; A-Vet/MGC Joint Venture; and Global-Pacific Tech Joint Venture 1 received $45,000,000 for construction services for the U.S. Army Reserves nationwide national roofing initiative.

Anthony and Gordon Construction received $15,340,000 for construction of the Aircraft Corrosion Control Facility at NAS Corpus Christi.

Akima Construction Services; Ayuda Management Corp.; Futurenet Group Inc.; Ma-Chis Kawv III; North Wind Neu Security Services; Security Construction Services and Zieson Construction Co. received $80,000,000 to provide worldwide design-build and construction capabilities for access control point (ACP) construction and equipment installation. The Matthews Group received $14,733,352 for the Design-Build project to upgrade the access control points 3 & 4 at the Defense Distribution Center, Susquehanna.

Akima Facilities Management received $8,515,252 to provide installation operations and maintenance support services for Ft. Gordon. Wolverine Services received $12,613,329 for logistics support services at Ft. Gordon. Walsh Federal received $91,777,000 for construction of a multi-story East Campus Building 1 on Ft. Meade.

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure; ITSI Gilbane; Shaw Environmental & Infrastructure; Weston Solutions; and Willbros Government Services received $80,000,000 for construction in support of the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, Port Hueneme. The work cares for fuel systems at DOD facilities worldwide.

American Auto Logistics received $23,300,000 for transportation and storage services of privately owned vehicles.

AOC Environmental; C-3; Gideon Contracting; HCR Construction; NAE/Imperial JV 2; and Unified Services of Texas, Inc. each received $90,000,000 for multiple award construction contract (MACC), which will increase the level of design flexibility, reduce time to award construction contracts, ensure fair pricing based on competition, and aid in meeting the squadron’s small business goals. Work will be performed at Sheppard AFB, Altus AFB, Frederick Airfield, and the Sheppard AFB Texoma Annex.

Ayak LLC received a maximum $7,500,000 for repair, replacement and installation of various electrical distribution components.

Boro Developers received $13,822,431 for full restoration of the Jonah E. Kelley U.S. Army Reserve Center at Ft. Dix.

Brigadier Construction received $10,047,000 to renovate the law office and acquisition facility (F20011) at Wright Patterson AFB.

Bristol General Contractors received $15,175,280 for construction of a tactical equipment maintenance facility and brigade complex facilities. Hensel Phelps Construction received $25,693,160 for design and construction of a Weapons Surveillance Test Laboratory and Calibration Laboratory at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach.

Bristol General Contractors; Ikhana LLC; Kisaq LLC; Komada LLC; K-W Construction; and LNV Inc. received a total $99,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within the NAVFAC Southeast AOR. GHD-Gerwick JV received a maximum $7,500,000 for Waterfront Engineering Services in the NAVFAC Southwest AOR. Gulf Coast Architectural Group received a maximum $30,000,000 for architecture and engineering services in NAVFAC Southeast AOR. Kenmar-Gaskins JV; Leebcor Services; Ocean/Turner JV; Richard Brady & Associates; and Whitesell-Green, Inc.; received a cumulative $95,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Hampton Roads AOR.

C3T received $8,292,800 to install flooring at various facilities on Ft. McCoy. Carothers Construction received $16,930,000 to construct a new commissary facility at Ft. Rucker. Halbert Construction received $18,518,659 to construct a dining facility and general administration building at Presidio of Monterey, CA.

Chugach Federal Solutions received $26,571,948 for installation support services at geographically separated locations. Work will be performed at Eareckson Air Station, Shemya Island, King Salmon, Anchorage, Alaska and Wake Island.

Diversified Service Contracting received $8,645,899 for base operating support services (e.g. janitorial services, grounds maintenance services, vehicles and equipment services, street sweeping, snow removal, and pest control) at the NAS Patuxent River.

Facility Services Management received $14,160,073 for support of the Installation Management Command, Directorate of Public Works mission at the U.S. Army Proving Ground, AZ.

Harley Ellis Deveraux; URS Group; Albery Kahn Associates; and Anderson, Eckstein and Westrick received $10,000,000 each to provide a full range of architect and engineering services in support to the Selfridge ANG Base, Michigan.

Harry Pepper & Associates received $36,096,437 for the Herbert Hoover Kike Rehabilitation – Structure Replacements.

Hensel Phelps Construction received $30,516,000 for construction of a new addition to the existing Vice Admiral James H. Doyle Jr. combat systems engineering site building at Moorestown, N.J.

J&J – BMAR JV received $8,915,624 to conduct services for base operations and maintenance to the U.S. Army Garrison – Detroit Arsenal (USAG-DTA), Warren, Mich.

John Bowman, Inc.; Hartland/Mass Joint Venture; SEK Joint Venture; and Blackhorse Worldwide received $49,000,000 for design, build and construction only task orders in Colorado and Wyoming.

John Keno and Company received $7,341,385 for Rosewood Park construction in Highland Park, IL..

Kipper Tool received a maximum $976,000,000 for procurement of commercial type construction equipment.

Mesa Energy Systems (doing business as EMCOR Services) received $9,593,970 for boiler replacement at MCAS Miramar.

Nova Group received $19,512,600 to demolish the majority of the Bulk Storage Farm currently located on Forbes Avenue in Edwards, CA.

Mitchell Industrial Contractors Inc./Brasfield & Gorrie received $25,833,000 for design and construction of a steel frame HQ building and four single-story frame structures with structural steel framing at MCAS Cherry Point.

Whiting-Turner Contracting received $10,521,405 for an armory at MCAS Cherry Point.

Nova Shimmick JV received $66,377,631 for replacement of the Fuel Pier at Naval Base Point Loma. Triton Marine Construction Corp. received $35,484,250 for repairs to Pier 4 and Wharves 4A and 4B at the Philadelphia Naval Business Center Annex. Watts Constructors received $9,995,652 for repair of the fendering system at Pier 6.

Akima Construction Services ($45,789,000); Banneker Ventures ($46,220,000); Patriot Construction ($33,195,000); Technical Services ($39,660,705); and Wycliffe Enterprises ($49,150,525) shall perform facility maintenance, alterations, repair and minor construction work in the Aberdeen and Edgewood areas of Aberdeen Proving Ground as well as various satellite off-post site locations.

G-W Management received $7,385,000 for repairs to the Scott Natatorium building at the U.S. Naval Academy Complex.

Precon Marine received $10,525,934 for Wharf One repairs. Sauer Inc. received $6,842,906 for repairs to Wharf Two at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay. Triton Marine Construction Corp. received $6,574,768 for repairs to wharf structure M1-M2 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Raytheon received $12,448,855 for depot level maintenance facility provision items ordered spares.

River City Construction received $56,098,000 for construction of a new DISA facility at Scott AFB.

Roy Anderson Corp. received $21,444,000 for design and construction of a potable water distribution replacement at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.

C.W. Ferrell Construction received $45,000,000 for construction projects within the South Atlantic Division. SupplyCore received $23,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations prime vendor bridge contract for the Southeast Zone 2 region. SAIC received $45,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations prime vendor bridge contract for the Southeast Zone 1 region.

SupplyCore received a maximum $45,915,438 for supply chain management and maintenance support.

Ulliman Schutte Construction received $24,887,000 for the Edgewood Area Wastewater Treatment Plant Enhanced Nutrient Removal Upgrade project.

CCI Solutions received $6,927,561 for concrete repairs at Dry Dock 1 at the Charlestown Naval Shipyard. Colonna Shipyard Inc. (doing business as Steel America) received $13,789,200 for construction of a steel caisson for graving Drydock 1 at Charlestown Naval Shipyard. W.F. Magann Corp. received $12,275,675 for the construction of the Drydock 1 caisson replacement at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

Wiley & Wilson received $12,000,000 for architectural engineering services for secure projects supported by the real property services field office. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition.

TRAINING FACILITIES

A&D GC received $12,847,000 to design and construct a combat training tank and instruction facility to serve the Reconnaissance Training Company at Camp Pendleton. Cherokee Nation Construction Services received $14,231,855 for the renovation of Training Facility 206 at Dover AFB. L.S. Black Constructors Inc. received $16,968,000 for construction of a new readiness center at the Arden Hills Army Training Site. RQ Construction received a $27,703,840 for construction of a 127,171 sq. foot readiness center at JBLM. Trainor Enterprises received $36,696,000 for construction of a massive battalion-sized Operational Readiness Training Complex in Boise, Idaho.

BARRACKS AND HOUSING

DPR Hardin Construction Company received $20,195,000 for design, construction and renovations of Bachelor Quarters at Naval Station Norfolk. Environmental Management Resources received $6,975,538 for the design-build renovation of Quarters 4 Barracks and Lakeside Bachelor Enlisted Quarters A, for Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport. Environmental Management Resources received $11,444,076 for renovation and repair of Corry “A” School Bachelor Quarters 3707 and 3708 at Corry Station. I.E. Pacific, Inc. received $8,077,000 for the renovation of two Bachelor Enlisted Quarters at Naval Base Coronado. W.M. Jordan Co. received $30,580,750 for design and renovation of a bachelor quarters facility at JEBLC-FS.

Atwood Hay received $8,072,109 for repair of Castner Substation at Schofield Barracks. Dawson Technical received $10,165,368 for the renovation of the Aloha Center, Building 690 at Schofield Barracks. This was a non-competitive contract with one bid received. Purcell Construction received $46,650,000 for construction of a barracks addition and facility at Ft. Lee. RQ Construction received $13,986,000 for renovation of three barracks at NAB Coronado. TEAM Construction received $9,086,654 for renovation of Second Battalion Recruit Barracks Building 599 at MCRD Parris Island.

MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION

ESA South; Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain; K.O.O. Construction; Leebcor Services; Northview Enterprises; Terra Construction; and Aieson Construction Company received $49,000,000 for a ‘design-build’ contract servicing Army medical facilities west of the Mississippi River. Facility Defense Consultants and Hanke Constructors received $7,630,698 to construct a mental health building for expansion of services at the Marion Veterans Association medical center. R. A. Burch Construction received $14,688,088 for renovation and modernization of building 3230 for the dental clinic at Naval Base San Diego. Soltek Pacific Construction received $7,894,300 for restoration and modernization of General Surgery, Building 3, at Naval Medical Center San Diego. Stronghold Engineering received $46,557,217 for restoring the heating, ventilation and AC systems at Naval Medical Center, San Diego.

U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

Altus Architectural Studios; Global Engineering Solutions; NIKA Technologies; Leo A Daly Company; NBBJ + SSOE; Rogers, Lovelock & Fritz; RTKL/SSR; Sherlock, Smith & Adams/Page Southerland Page JV; ZGF/AEI/KPFF JV received $49,800,000 for continued design services in support of the Medical Facilities Architect-Engineer Services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Bristol Engineering Services; Cherokee General Corp.; CKY Inc.; Macro-Z-Technology; and Nordic Industries received $9,800,000 for design and horizontal construction projects for programs and projects managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District. Horizon Shipbuilding received $11,154,508 for the Shorty Baird Replacement (one inland river, all welded steel towboat) for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District. Tompkins Associates received $9,500,000 to provide architectural and engineering design and planning services for military and civilian work for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District. VW International received $13,000,000 for services in support of the IO&T program at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Huntsville Center. This contract supports the Yongsan Relocation Program at USAG-Humphrey’s in South Korea.

QUANTICO AND LEJEUNE

C.E.R., Inc. received $11,699,000 for the construction of a new dining facility space in the Weapons Training Battalion Mess Hall at Quantico. G-W Management Services received $6,854,000 to renovate the Security Battalion Headquarters and the G-6 communications in building 2043 at Quantico. Harper Construction received $27,063,290 for construction on the Student Officer Quarters at The Basic School at Quantico.

RQ-DPR Construction JV received $46,369,836 for design and construction of a Battalion Headquarters and an Applied Instruction Lab for SERE Training at Camp Lejeune. Whiting-Turner Contracting received $26,037,371 for design and construction of Staff NCO Academy Facilities at Camp Lejeune. Whiting-Turner Contracting received $38,635,704 for energy efficiency improvements at Camp Lejeune.

RIVERS, DAMS AND WATERWAYS

ABHE & SVOBODA received $7,449,310 for the repair and coating of East Bulkhead, N.J. Intercoastal Waterway and Point Pleasant Canal. Bauer Foundation received $11,431,960 to extend the barrier wall 155 feet at Center Dam, TN. This was a non-competitive solicitation. Boh Bros. Construction received $38,099,976 for Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project 23A. Work consists of construction of cast in place concrete covered canal, pulling and driving sheet piling, modifying existing utilities, and demolition of existing roadways and sidewalks. Brayman Construction received $15,208,219 for constructing an emptying basin adjacent to the new river wall of the lock downstream of the dam in Charleroi, PA. Thalle Construction received $34,000,220 for construction of the new lock at Kentucky Lock in Grand Rivers, KY. The contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received. Veteran’s Contractor’s Group received $10,696,914 to support the Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project (SELA-09a) and construction of Soniat Canal Pump to the River Intake at Jefferson Parish, LA. 

Great Lakes Dock and Materials received $7,461,751 for repairing 0.5 miles of breakwater at Cleveland Harbor.

Heeter Construction received $11,451,737 for Bluestone Dam safety assurance and to install up to 278 anchors.

Henderson Consulting received $10,492,333 for Mississippi River/tributaries and Jefferson Heights levee enlargement.

AIRFIELD AND PAVING WORK

Baldi Brothers received $11,099,841 for design and construction of a combat aircraft loading apron for up to 30 rotary wing aircraft at MCAS Yuma. CCI Solutions received $11,556,752 to repair airfield and roadway pavements. Eastern Construction received $17,478,273 to repair and upgrade the Lima Taxiway to modern standards at McGuire AFB. Sand Point Services received $23,062,668 for repairs and upgrade of taxiway “Golf” at Joint Base McGuire/Dix. Summers Concrete Contracting received $10,000,000 for airfield pavements for one base year and four option years. Work will be performed at Moody AFB. Summers Concrete received $8,987,479 for the repair of taxiway kilo and hot cargo pads with new cement concrete pavement and asphalt shoulder pavement. The Matthews Group received $8,507,132 to replace the Sierra taxiway at Joint Base Andrews.

ASRC Civil Construction received $10,449,935 for paving work at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. Asphalt Roads & Materials received $9,483,530 for asphalt paving and minor concrete work at various naval facilities throughout the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.

Nan Inc. received $6,992,897 for construction services to construct combat parking apron and addition at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for the total force integration F-22 campus conversion. 

DREDGING AND EROSION CONTROL

Archer Western Construction received $75,714,070 for the Picayune Strand Restoration Project, Miller Pumping Station, Collier County, FL.

Cashman Dredging and Marine Contracting received $8,238,900 for maintenance dredging at Norwalk and New Haven, CT.

Eastman Aggregate Enterprise received $7,112,595 for flood control and emergency beach erosion control at Broward County, FL.

Great Lakes Dredge &Dock received $18,332,500 for the dredging and placement of 1,015,000 cubic yards of sand to restore the Asbury Park to Avon-by-the-Sea reach of the Sea Bright to Manasquan N.J. Beach Erosion Control project. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $36,900,000 to provide placement of beachfill, dredged from the Sea Bright borrow area, along the length of the constructed project footprint in Keansburg, N.J. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $8,030,480 for maintenance and associated dredging services for Kings Bay. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $6,875,000 for the Fire Island to Montauk Point, N.Y. Interim Coastal Damage Protection project.

Illinois Constructors Corporation received $11,369,090 to protect the Chicago shoreline from erosion.

Manson Construction received $6,934,900 for dredging Oakland Inner & Outer Harbor Channel of approximately 421,000 cubic yards of materials.

R.E. Staite Engineering received $6,863,494 for dredging Mole Pier and Pier 8 at Naval Base San Diego.

Weeks Marine received $9,646,550 for dredging Jones Inlet New York Federal Navigation project.

NATIONAL GUARD CONSTRUCTION

Bowen, Collins & Associates received $10,000,000 for architecture and engineer services on a broad range of investigative design and construction monitoring services for the Utah National Guard at Salt Lake City, West Jordon and St. George, Utah. Cox Construction received $21,899,000 for single construction of the maneuver area training and equipment site at Ft. Irwin for the California National Guard. RB Construction Group (Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico) received $16,753,881 for construction on the Puerto Rico Army National Guard Joint Forces Headquarters at Fort Buchanan, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.

E-Corp; Anvil Builders; Sigma Services; Bara Infoware; Gwinn Construction; Rore, Inc.;  Northwind Engineering; Spanish Spring Construction; Pinecrest Construction and Development;  J.Davis Construction Management; Herrera Corporation; Walker River Construction; Power Services; Sullivan Construction; Anthem Builders; MIE, Inc.; Building Solutions; Metcalf Builders; Fast-Track Construction; Accel 7 JV; Komada; Charpie Construction; Yerba Buena Engineering & Construction; Pesavento Construction; Ace Engineering; R.L. Reed, Inc.; Northcon, Inc; Total Team Construction Services, Inc.; Glenn/Mar Construction, Inc.; MTM Builders; IEC-All Star; Truckee Meadows Construction Inc.; Pre-Con Industries; Shanks Electric Corporation; C-2 Construction; Cherokee General Corporation; JP General, Inc.; TMG Services, Inc.; Southwestern Dakotah; Raas Brothers, Inc.; Garcia J I Construction Company; and MJ Avila Company received a collective $30,000,000 to support sustainment, repair and maintenance and military construction projects of various size and value for the Nevada National Guard.

Macro Z Technology; Cable Links Construction; MTM Builders; Marcon Bld. & General Engineer Contractor; ACCU Construction; Coburn Contractors; Lead builders; Rore, Inc.; J.Davis Construction Management; Newton Construction Management, Inc.; Cox Construction; LG Services, Inc.; T&G Construction Co.; Interlog Corporation; Fast Track Construction; Portillo Concrete Company; Inland Flooring Contractors; Exbon Development; WEP Construction, Inc.; American Build & Design; Diani Building Corp.; RAASS Brothers, Inc.; Athena Engineering; Herrerra Corp.; Shanks Electric; Anderson & Burton Construction; Ponciano Construction; and Cyber Professional Solution received a collective $20,000,000 to support sustainment, repair and maintenance and military construction projects of various size and value for the California National Guard.

ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES

Baltimore Gas and Electric received $7,289,025 for construction efforts to implement an energy and water conservation project at the United States Naval Academy (USNA). The contract was procured under the authority of Title 10 U.S.C. Sec. 2304(c)(5), statute expressly authorizes or requires that the acquisition be made through another agency or from a specific source, as implemented by FAR 6.302-5.

Commercial Contractors Equipment received $8,621,767 to construct habitat features to restore fish and wildlife habitat at Benedictine Bottoms near Atchison, Kansas.

CTI-URS Environmental Services received $9,000,000 for environmental services in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville mission boundaries. XCEL Engineering received $9,000,000 for environmental services in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville mission boundaries.

Damosvision received $10,000,000 for monitoring of the historic area remediation site and New York Bight.

FPM Remediations received $44,962,593 for environmental remediation activities at Cannon AFB, Holloman AFB, Kirtland AFB, and Luke AFB.

Maverick Constructors received $ 9,995,726 for the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation Western Water Conservation Restoration project.

Noblis Inc. and Logistics Management Institute received $40,000,000 to provide systems engineering, acquisition support, and advisory & assistance services to Air Force Civil Engineer (AFCEC). The contractors shall help AFCEC with the environmental restoration program; BRAC; environmental quality programs; pollution prevention/waste minimization; environmental impact analysis; design and construction management program; operational ranges cleanup; unexploded ordinance remediation; military munitions response program; Nuclear Biological Chemical, eleven “Homeland Defense Act of 2002-related initiatives”; enhanced use leasing program; heavy industrial construction; sustainability, and resource conservation. 

Helber Hastert & Fee Planners received a maximum $10,000,000 for architect-engineering services for the preparation of planning documents and related technical services for projects and activities at various locations worldwide. The work provides for the preparation of facilities and land use planning studies and project programming documents, environmental impact documents, cultural resources management plans, natural resources management plans, environmental studies and documents. 

Shaw Environmental & Infrastructure received $9,308,492 for a non-time-critical removal action at former Naval Station Treasure Island. Work will be performed in San Francisco, CA.

URS Group received $14,918,313 for environmental remediation services and Military Munitions Response Program at Hill AFB. URS Group received $24,319,254 for remediation at McConnell AFB.

HEALTHCARE

Abaxis Inc. ($21,493,381); Abbott Laboratories ($45,285,408); Becton Dickinson and Co. ($76,796,317); Cardinal Health 200 ($40,075,230); Dental Health Products ($23,584,219); DePuy Orthopaedics ($18,904,786); Henry Schein ($13,024,254); Johnson & Johnson ($42,095,798); Synthes USA Sales ($50,494,369); Tactical Medical Solutions ($13,075,872); Zimmer US Inc. ($36,894,684) will provide medical/surgical supplies and equipment.

Air Methods $9,299,933 for 61 Interim Medical Evacuation Mission Support System kits. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received.

Amyx Inc.; Dynamic Systems Technology; Ho-Chunk Technical Solutions; Stratitia Inc.; Allied Technologies and Consulting; Axiom Corp.; Enterprise Resource Planning International; and Indrasoft Inc. received $99,000,000 to provide admin and management support services to U.S. Army Medical Material Agency core competencies.

Banyan Biomarkers received $12,950,816 for TBI work on the Johnson & Johnson/Ortho Clinical Diagnostics VITROs(r) MicroWell device to analyze clinical trial samples. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition.

Brighton Marine Health Center ($133,203,689 to provide comprehensive health care services to approximately 14,085 eligible uniformed beneficiaries); CHRISTUS Health ($143,853,014, approx.. 11,400 eligible beneficiaries); Martin’s Point Health Care Center ($283,542,374, approx.. 41,524); and PACMED Clinics ($132,105,989, approx. 13,048 eligible).  These contracts were not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 1073 sections 722 (b & f); 724 (e);726 (a-d) and NDAA Paragraphs 722(b) (1) and (2) of Subtitle C, Fiscal Year 1997, Public Law 104-201.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $74,826,531 for medical logistics and non-personal services support to the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary/Contingency Medical Material program. Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions received $40,000,000 for the non-personal support to the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition. Hologic received a maximum $32,300,000 for ThinPrep Pap test kits and related supplies. Job Options Inc. received $9,997,362 for custodial services at Naval Medical Center and various branch medical clinics/dental clinics in Metro San Diego. LMS Chemical (doing business as Pacific Environmental Services) received $47,618,249 for hospital housekeeping services in support of Tripler Army Medical Center. Mylan Specialty received a maximum $62,620,232 for epinephrine auto-injectors. Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research received a maximum $13,165,658 for the ADEPT-PROTECT program. Quest Diagnostics Clinical Laboratories received $17,997,133 for laboratory testing services for all military members and dependents. Revision Military Ltd. received a maximum $46,170,844 for universal prescription lens carriers to military services. Zoll Medical Corp. received $210,000,000 for defibrillators, monitors, warmers and infusers, and $20,513,974 for airworthy hospital defibrillators.

Central Care; Global Computer Products-Terra Health; GPA-HRSA; and Loyal Source Government Services received a maximum $45,000,000 for temporary medical staffing services (physicians and nurses) at military treatment facilities. NSR Solutions received $7,811,979 for per diem nursing services in support of Tripler Army Medical Center. SAIC received $29,946,672 to provide a nationwide nurse advice line service for the DOD TRICARE program.

Dentsply Professional received a maximum $31,213,855 for the distribution of a wide range of general dental supplies. Henry Schein Inc. received $25,328,219 for distributing general dental supplies to DOD facilities participating in the Dental Electronic Catalog (ECAT) program. Unimed Government Services received a maximum $12,500,000 for dental supplies and accessories.

Purdue Pharma ($11,423,701) and  Hospira Worldwide ($9,323,765) will provide various pharmaceutical products. Arbor Pharmaceuticals ($26,667,690); IImpax Laboratories ($88,726,023) Pfizer ($69,277,990) received the aforementioned amounts to provide various pharmaceutical products. Innovation Associates received a maximum $48,750,000 for pharmacy automation systems. EXP Pharmaceutical Services; Guaranteed Returns; and Pharma Logistics received a maximum $46,159,211 to process returns/disposals of expired/unneeded pharmaceuticals.

ENERGY AND FUEL

Acciona Energy North America Corp.; ECC Renewables; EDF Renewable Energy; Emerald Infrastructure; Energy Answers International; EIF United States Power Fund IV L.P.; Energy Management; Honeywell International; MidAmerican/Clark JV; Pacolet Milliken Enterprises; Siemens Government Technologies; Stronghold Engineering; and Energy Systems Group received a cumulative $7,000,000,000 for the purchase of energy from renewable and alternative energy production facilities that are designed, financed, constructed, operated and maintained by private sector entities on private land or on installations under jurisdiction of the DOD.

Acciona Energy North America Corp.; Cobra Industrial Services; Dominion Energy; Duke Energy; EDF Renewable Energy; Emerald Infrastructure; Enel Green Power North America; Everpower Wind Holdings; First Wind; Iberdrola Renewables; LTC Federal; NorthlandPower; Siemens Government Technologies; Stronghold Engineering; Turn Key Power Consortium; VERT Investment Group; and West Texas Power Company received a cumulative $7,000,000,000  for the purchase of energy from renewable and alternative energy production facilities that are designed, financed, constructed, operated and maintained by private sector entities on private land or on installations under DOD jurisdiction.

New Generation Power received a maximum $7,000,000,000 for the purchase of energy from renewable and alternative energy production facilities that are designed, financed, constructed, operated and maintained by private sector entities on private land or on installations under DOD jurisdiction.

Airport Aviation Services received a maximum $15,374,732 for jet fuel. DOSS Aviation received a maximum $7,803,920 for operation and maintenance of fixed fuel facilities, aviation aircraft fuel services, ground fuel services, emergency services, and environmental emergency spill response. Location of performance is Colorado and Naval Support Activity Greece. Interstate Storage and Pipeline Co. received a maximum $17,627,072 for a fuel storage terminal within a twelve mile radius of McGuire AFB. ITSI Gilbane received $10,027,816 for cleaning, inspection, and repair of fuel storage tanks located at Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakuni, Japan.

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure; AMERESCO, Inc.; BALFOUR BEATTY ENERGY SOLUTIONS; CH2M HILL CONSTRUCTORS; EATON CORPORATION; ECC Energy Conservation; PERINI MANAGEMENT SERVICES; SAIC; SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL & INFRASTRUCTURE, INC.; URS GROUP; and WESTON SOLUTIONS, INC. received $600,000,000 to assist DOD in energy conservation and development of alternative energy projects.

American Petroleum Tankers received $39,055,000 for the worldwide charter of two U.S.-flagged, Jones Act tankers. The tankers will be employed in worldwide cargo delivery to support the Defense Logistics Agency-Energy. Work will be performed at sea worldwide. Schuyler Line Navigation received $11,650,515 for chartering a U.S.-flagged, shallow-draft tanker, currently named the Bomar Eris, in support of Defense Logistics Agency-Energy missions. The anticipated primary area of performance is the Far East.

Piedmont Natural Gas Company received a maximum $107,464,640 for assumption of ownership, operation, and maintenance of the Natural Gas Distribution System in North Carolina.

Spectro received $6,845,333 for replenishment spares of spectrometers in support of DOD and FMS requirements.

UGI Utilities received $27,800,000 for labor, materials and equipment central boiler plant dual fuel conversion, retrofits and natural gas piping. This was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid received. Woodward Inc. received a maximum $12,880,000 for main fuel control.

FOOD SERVICES

FreshPack Produce received a maximum $37,213,064 for full-line fresh fruit and vegetable support. Hiland Dairy received a maximum $12,188,166 for various fresh milk and dairy products. The Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services received $6,827,220 for food services. U.S. Foods received a maximum $45,000,000 for prime vendor food and beverage support.

BUSINESS AND BUREAUCRACY

Accenture Federal Services received $14,494,794 for General Fund Enterprise Business System onsite support and change requests.

Air Liquide Industrial US LP received a maximum $17,171,720 for liquid nitrogen. Ordnance Systems received $8,032,815 for reactivation of magnesium nitration nitric acid unit 5 at Holston Army Ammunition Plant. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and one received. Linde, LLC received a maximum $15,703,357 for bulk helium.

Carahsoft Technology Corporation received $12,250,772 for an end of year requirement to evaluate services rendered in exercise of option evaluated at time of basic award. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition.  

CC Distributors received $22,000,000 to establish and operate a Contractor Operated Civil Engineer Supply Store (COCESS). The COCESS will provide a simplified method for authorized personnel to purchase quality material, tools and equipment used for work orders, construction, facility maintenance and repair, maintenance and repair, lawn and garden equipment repair and self-help type work.

Clayton Associates received a maximum $36,000,000 for Vacu tote storage boxes. Clinical Research Management received $11,998,984 to develop manufacturing, warehousing and delivery of cryopreserved platelets products in support of efforts to obtain U.S. FDA licensure. This contract was a non-competitive acquisition with one bid solicited and one received. Global Management Services received $10,782,901 for technical, administrative, and support services to reduce the quantity of aviation supply back-order requisitions from the military services.

Haworth; Allsteel; Teknion; and Knoll received $280,000,000 for systems and modular furniture purchases. “This approach ensures purchases meet program requirements while reducing costs and achieving 100 percent small business participation through dealer networks.”

Modular Container Systems received $24,000,000 for Mark 3 Modification 0 Pallet; national stock number: 3990-00-039-0223, part number: 564200 and Mark 12 Modification 1 Pallet; national stock number: 3990-00-566-2472, part number: 2645217.

Nomad Global Communication Solutions received a maximum $382,500,000 to procure fire/emergency vehicles and other vehicles.

SpectrumS4 received $675,117,000 for Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) capabilities. Services include the full spectrum of program management, financial management, contract management, and non-functionally aligned services for any stage of the systems life cycle from capability-based analysis and concept development through production, deployment, sustainment and disposal activities.

Systems Made Simple received $6,750,339 to provide systems integration and engineering support services to deliver full range technical expertise, functional knowledge management, hardware/software integration, deployment and maintenance of the capabilities, and provide documentation required to execute integrated Electronic Health Records.

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Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran. His writing has been featured in CounterPunch and Media Roots.

*Final notes: In recent months, DOD has branded several contracts with the following stamps: Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Business, Woman Owned Small Business, and Small Disadvantaged Woman Owned Business.

**Any clerical errors are the author’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly


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  1. avatar xpxhxoxexnxixx says:

    i love that these contracts were all for military (or associated) companies. even the furniture was going to the military. amazing. this should really show everyone why we have such a big deficit.

  2. Wow. Just wow. The illusion of scarcity being fed to the public during these “debt ceiling” theatrics is completely amazing considering this ramp up of DOD contracts: $16B July, $30B Aug, $63B September.

  3. The other interesting observation is the extent to which IT based security ‘ititiatives’ feature. The issue here is how much the bureaucrats can have any hands on experience of what is involved. Have they, can they, have any understanding of what is involved (eg coding). To a great extent they have to make decisions based on the promises made by the PR arms of IT corporations wose prime objective is not necessarily delivery of promise but is necessarily funding.

    Its a tangled web.

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