BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for June 2014

DOD Spent $34,247,537,088+ on 276 Individual Contracts in June 2014

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.

The Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $34,247,537,088 on 276 individual contracts during June 2014.

RECONNAISSANCE & REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

AAI Corp. received $22,474,050 to investigate, integrate, test and field Shadow improvements in the following areas: Air Vehicle (AV) fuel system; Engine Control Unit communications; Universal Ground Data Terminal reliability; Tactical Automatic Landing System multipath; AV GPS card initialization; Manned-to-Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) technology insertions; Automated/electronic operator checklists implementation; and 2kW generator replacement.

General Atomics received $15,293,442 for the MQ-9 Fuel Bladder Retrofit Kits, Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) and initial spares. This is for certified O-level TCTO to enable the removal of existing Aero Tech Labs fuel bladders and installation of the new fuel bladders on Reaper Block 1 aircraft. This funding also covers O-level retrofit hardware kits, updates existing technical orders and manuals, produces/delivers initial retrofit spares with the components of the respective fuel bladder retrofit kits. This is a sole-source acquisition. 

Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. received $7,958,350 for logistic services and mission travel for the TigerShark. Work will be performed in Afghanistan (92 percent), and Warminster, PA (8 percent).

Northrop Grumman received $8,465,734 for engineering and software sustainment on the Fire Scout (MQ-8B). Work will be performed in San Diego, CA.

Northrop Grumman received $61,326,794 for operations and maintenance services in support of the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance – Demonstrator (BAMS-D). This funding will cover logistics; organization, intermediate, and depot level maintenance; and field service representatives.

Northrop Grumman received $63,070,969 for Phase II continuation of post-demonstration activities in support of the Navy Unmanned Combat Air System program. This includes: continued X-47B aircraft systems, test bed and flight test support on shore and carrier detachments, continued development of Fleet Concepts of Operations, maintenance, lab and test bed operational support and continued flight test opportunities. 

Northrop Grumman received $89,663,365 for Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) E-11A and EQ-4B payload operation and support. Northrop Grumman will perform comprehensive tasks and provide personnel, facilities and material necessary to successfully maintain and support BACN E-11A and EQ-4B aircraft payload operations and support equipment. The BACN aircraft fleet consists of four E-11A aircraft located at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, and three EQ-4B Block 20 aircraft located overseas at undisclosed locations.

Raytheon received $19,679,000 for Multi-Spectral Targeting Systems (MTS-C) and provision item order spares for Navy special projects aircraft. The MTS-C is an airborne, electro-optic, forward-looking, infrared, turreted sensor system, which provides long-range surveillance.

Record Steel & Construction, Inc. received $14,922,700 for building a 48,000 square foot training facility for remote piloted aircraft operators at Nellis AFB.

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

Airborne Systems North America of California, Inc. received $8,099,431 to provide India, Jordan, Moldova and Romania with: 37 T-11 personnel parachute systems, eight T-11 spare parts packages, 825 MC-6 personnel parachutes, and eight MC-6 spare parts packages.

Boeing received $135,173,889 to provide Saudi Arabia with Apache post-production support. Work will be performed in Saudi Arabia (80 percent) and Mesa, AZ (20 percent).

Exelis, Inc. received $9,647,241 for a Ground Control Approach System (GCA) in support of Saudi Arabia’s National Guard at Khasham Al An airbase.

Exelis Inc. received $15,262,451 for the design, engineering analysis, program, manufacture and test of the universal exciter upgrade to support the AN/ALQ 99 tactical jamming system used on the Prowler and the Growler. 90 percent of these funds are FMS to Australia. This was not competitively procured pursuant to the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Goodrich Corp. received two payments of $11,000,000 for PakistanDB-110 sustainment, which includes upgrade capabilities, spares, and support equipment. One of these is a sole-source acquisition.

Hawker Beechcraft Corp. received $7,851,932 to provide Iraq with one King Air 350 Extended Range aircraft.

L-3 Communications received $41,500,000 for procurement and modification of four ISR aircraft, training and spares “in support of the counterterrorism efforts in Yemen.”

L-3 Communications received $8,137,400 for ALR-69 Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) legacy system improvement program (LSIP) kits. L-3 will provide 110 LSIP kits to the Netherlands’ Air Force and 90 LSIP kits to Norway’s Air Force. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $11,638,343 for an engineering change proposal on the upgrade of 12 P-3C aircraft for Taiwan. Upgrades to the Link-11 and Advanced Tactical Data Link will provide high-speed computer-to-computer digital radio communications in high frequency and ultra-high frequency.

Northrop Grumman received $15,212,790 to repair Saudi Arabia’s AN/ALQ-135 Electronic Countermeasures System's Band 3 and Bands 1&2 Traveling Wave Tubes. 

Rapiscan Systems, Inc. received $102,521,440 to provide Iraq with 80 Rapiscan Eagle M60's and contractor logistics support. One bid was solicited and one received.

Raytheon received $13,296,203 for the development of the drawings and specifications for the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) C Block III variant for Saudi Arabia. This was not competitively procured, 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $391,540,645 for Tube Launched Optically Tracked Wireless Guided (TOW) Missiles. Some of these missiles are destined for Oman and Saudi Arabia.

Sikorsky Aircraft received $115,705,556 to provide Denmark with engineering and program support on the production and delivery of nine MH-60R aircraft.  

Sikorsky received $14,000,000 to incorporate the Engineering Change Proposal 4330AU into the MH-60R aircraft for Australia under the FMS Program. This order also includes the delivery of 22 Emergency Locator Transmitter kits.

LEGAL

Systems Research & Applications Corp. received $7,512,136 to assist with case preparation for Office of Military Commissions hearings for enemy combatants detained as a result of overseas contingency operations.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Infused Solutions received $7,789,734 for administrative support for the U.S. Army Recruiting Command from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.

AFGHANISTAN

A-T Solutions received $23,889,413 for Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) operations support. A-T will provide personnel, expertise and the skills in support of AWG’s mission to predict, mitigate, counter, and defeat asymmetric and emerging hybrid threats. Work will be performed at Ft. Meade.

MECTS Services, JV received $16,283,732 for logistics and spare/repair parts in support of the Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS). Some work will be performed in Afghanistan (24 percent). 2013 Department of Homeland Security funds in the amount of $816,775 are obligated on this award.

Northrop Grumman received $6,990,140 for Rocket Artillery Mortar Warn Equipment for 2-44 Air Defense Artillery fielding six platoons. This involves some FMS to Afghanistan.

SENTEL Corp. received $53,514,853 for integrated logistics support for property accountability in the 401st Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) in Afghanistan.

Vista Research, Inc. received $8,381,917 for upgrade and replacement of fielded Wide Area Surveillance Vista Radars and Processor Systems in support of the Army’s PGSS Program. Some work will be performed in Afghanistan (50 percent). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

USSOCOM

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $18,009,823 for SOF personnel recovery aircraft materials, manufacturing and testing. A main aim is to extend the operational life of Air Force SOF and personnel recovery aircraft.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $10,500,000 in support of U.S. Special Operations Command. This will allow ground-based forces to digitally provide overhead aircraft with Personal Location Information and designate targets digitally to on-board aircraft computer systems allowing pilots to see where friendly forces are located on the aircraft Common Operating Picture as well as the GPS location of the target. This is a sole-source acquisition.

USCENTCOM

Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) received $22,142,994 for base operating support services at Isa Air Base, Bahrain and its outlying support sites including the Patriot Battery Site at Riffa, Bahrain. Work includes all management, supervision, labor, materials, and equipment necessary to perform services for general information, management and administration, galley, housing (bachelor/unaccompanied), facility support (investment, management, custodial, pest control, waste management, grounds maintenance and landscaping), electrical, wastewater, water and base support vehicles and equipment, and environmental. 

USAFRICOM

Kellogg, Brown & Root received $56,563,357 for base operation support services at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti. Work provides for public safety (security operations, emergency management, and fire/emergency services), air operations, ordnance, supply operations, laundry services, morale welfare and recreation, galley (food services), housing (bachelor quarters), facility support (facilities investment, janitorial services, grounds maintenance, pest control, refuse collection, and roads), utilities (electrical generation, wastewater treatment, and water operations), base support vehicles equipment, and environmental services. Work will be performed in Djibouti (95 percent), and Manda Bay, Kenya (5 percent).

SES Government Solutions received $8,245,160 for commercial on-orbit transponders to support Ku-band communications for USAFRICOM and operations and sustainment support. Work will be performed at Ramstein Air Base and “the western portion of Africa.”

USPACOM

DynCorp received $37,859,396 to provide services for Philippines Operations Support for the Joint Special Operations Task Force – Philippines (JSOTF-P). The work to be performed provides for all labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation, incidental engineering, and other items necessary to provide support services. Work will be performed in the Philippines.

USSOUTHCOM

URS Group, Inc. received $10,819,000 for seawater reverse osmosis treatment plant recapitalization at Guantánamo Bay. Work provides for removal and replacement of four of the six existing reverse osmosis process units (trains) and accompanying process equipment in the Windward Desalination Plant, the source water for Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. Design and construction includes construction sequencing to maintain system operations throughout, the addition of concrete piers and access platforms, connection to the existing seawater supply header, installation of transfer pumps, installation of a minimum of five pre-engineered equipment enclosures, installation of pre-engineered metal canopy over all new equipment, and extension of site electrical supply and utilities.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Alion Science and Technology; Battelle Memorial Institute; Booz Allen Hamilton; EOIR Technologies, Inc.; Georgia Tech Research Institute; MacAulay-Brown, Inc.; Mantech TSG-2 JV;  Prescient Edge Corporation; Strategic Analysis, Inc.; TASC, Inc.; URS Federal Services; and Wyle Laboratories, Inc. received a cumulative $3,000,000,000 for Defense Systems Technical Area Tasks (DS TATs). The DS TATs contracts will provide research, development, test and evaluation, and advisory and assistance services related to R&D efforts for technical area tasks within the Advanced Materials; Autonomous Systems; Directed Energy; Energetics; Military Sensing; Non-Lethal Weapons and Information Operations; Reliability, Maintainability, Quality, Supportability, and Interoperability; Survivability and Vulnerability; and Weapons Systems focus areas.

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $47,721,229 to design and develop system testing, evaluation processes and procedures and advanced manufacturing techniques for the Global Force Protection System (GFPS).

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $24,909,860 for Life Cycle Engineering, Prototyping, Sustainability, and Manufacturing Processes for the Rapid Fielding Directorate in Advanced Materials Manufacturing & Testing Information Analysis Center (AMMTIAC). AMMTIAC’s objective is to providing greater levels of protection to the most critical subsystems of combat platforms.

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $19,623,009 for Advanced Materials, Redesign and Testing for Support Equipment and Vehicles. Advanced Materials, Manufacturing & Testing Information Analysis Center (AMMTIAC) aims to analyze and assess fundamental material, manufacturing, and testing requirements to support extension of the operational life of the support equipment and vehicle fleet.

Dynamic Animation Systems, Inc. received $7,799,646 for Modeling Architecture for Technology, Research, Experimentation II Engineering Services. One bid was solicited with one received.

EastCor Engineering, LLC received $29,405,380 for Magnum Project advanced R&D and operational field-testing and assessments using novel sensor systems for enhanced target detection and location.

L-3 Communications received $13,384,687 to work on the wide area 6-degree payload critical design/flight for the Army Research Laboratory.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) received $656,656,998 for the operation of the Lincoln Laboratory Federally Funded Research and Development Center in Lexington, Massachusetts.

DARPA

Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation received $10,457,663 to provide the personnel, equipment, materials, tools, facilities, and program management and technical effort to design, develop, integrate, test, and deliver the contractual requirements of the program for building two X-Plane aircraft. Sikorsky Aircraft received $10,043,483 for air-vehicle design to meet the objective of the DARPA VTOL experimental aircraft (X-Plane) program.

Ibis Biosciences, Inc. received $7,217,926 to develop the PUMA Biosensor system, which is a new point-of-care hand-held device suitable for use in the field with molecular diagnostics for screening viruses, respiratory pathogens and bio threats.  

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

Lockheed Martin received $8,942,741 for 14 repeatable release holdback bars and common sustainment support of the F-35 LRIP 6 aircraft. Purchases: U.S. Air Force ($3,087,673; 34.5 percent); the U.S. Navy ($2,549,316; 28.5 percent); the U.S. Marine Corps ($1,543,837; 17.3 percent); and the international partners ($1,761,915; 19.7 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $18,369,619 for procurement and delivery of electronic components needed to support F-35 production, sustainment, and operations and maintenance requirements. Purchases: U.S. Air Force ($9,346,195; 51 percent); U.S. Navy ($7,135,231; 39 percent); and international partners ($1,888,193; 10 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $75,980,553 for 252 helmet mounted display systems in support of F-35 for the U.S. Navy ($33,541,274; 44 percent); the U.S. Air Force ($28,938,439; 38 percent); unnamed international partners ($10,103,656; 13 percent); Japan ($2,264,917; 3 percent); and Israel ($1,132,267; 2 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $90,914,168 to incorporate the updated system architecture into the original Diminishing Manufacturing Sources redesign activity for the Electronic Warfare System in support of the F-35 Lot VII for the U.S military and international partners.

Lockheed Martin received $122,099,075 for initial aircraft spares for the F-35. Some work will be in Warton, UK (20 percent). Purchases: USMC ($38,254,135; 31.3 percent); USAF ($27,890,266; 22.9 percent); U.S. Navy ($10,837,918; 8.9 percent), and international partners ($45,116,756; 27.8 percent).

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $113,379,349 for operations and maintenance, engineering sustainment, site activation, and depot activation work in support of LRIP Lot VIII F135 propulsion systems. Some work will be in Bristol, UK (12 percent). Purchases: USAF ($50,035,487; 44.1 percent); the U.S. Navy/Marine Corps ($50,381,959; 44.4 percent) and international partners ($12,961,903; 11.5 percent).

AIRCRAFT

Armtec Countermeasures Co. received $20,928,143 for the manufacture of chaff cartridges in support of the airborne chaff countermeasures for the U.S. Navy/USMC (60 percent), USAF (38 percent), Australia (1.8 percent) and UAE (.2 percent).

BAE Systems received $10,737,652 for the design, development, integration, test and evaluation, installation, fielding, certification, maintenance and logistics support of the cooperative identification, non-cooperative target recognition, air traffic control equipment, systems and subsystems. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Boeing received $10,236,136 for an engineering change proposal for the 5th and 6th Receiver Channel Wiring in support of the AN/APG-79.

Boeing received $11,150,000 for E-3 Engineering Services. This is a sole source acquisition. A portion of this funding is for FMS to France, the UK, Saudi Arabia and NATO.

Boeing received $14,863,552 for work on the P-8A Poseidon Increment 3 Interface Development. This includes two Mission Systems Emulation Environment (MSEE) units with all required hardware, Tactical Open Mission software with P-8 baseline architecture interface data exposure modifications, interface adapter computer software configuration items, and P-8A real-time simulator and interactive warfare simulator. This also includes the development, documentation, and delivery of hardware and software updates for four MSEE units. Boeing received $19,857,582 for one spare P-8A CFM-56 engine and one spare engine “build-up unit” in support of the P-8A Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft. Boeing received $28,688,558 for design, development, fabrication, installation and testing of the airworthiness cabin equipment and support testing to the existing P-8A Test aircraft.

Boeing received $22,200,000 for production of F/A-18E/F Infrared Search and Track Engineering Development Model systems and support equipment.

Boeing received $1,939,160,819 for full rate production of 11 Lot 38 F/A-18E for the U.S. Navy and 33 EA-18G aircraft for the U.S. Navy (21) and Australia (12). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($1,405,732,929; 72.7 percent) and Australia ($533,427,890; 27.3 percent).

EADS-NA received $14,436,295 for logistics support for the Utility Helicopter 72A Lakota

Exelis, Inc. received $9,647,241 for a Ground Control Approach System (GCA). This is a sole-source acquisition. 

General Electric received $644,165 for additional “aviation consumable items.”

King Aerospace, Inc. received $9,458,209 for logistics services in support of C-9B aircraft, including base operations, planned maintenance interval inspections and engine shop visits.

Kollsman Inc. received $56,887,669 to repair four weapons assemblies on the night targeting system upgrade on the AH-1W helicopter. Work will be performed in Merrimack, NH. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $11,333,603 for the production kits in support of the MH-60R/S Point & Click Operator System Interface and Link-16 retrofit programs. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $222,923,464 for the C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining Program (RERP). This funding will install GE engines and 69 aircraft enhancements in order to extend the C-5M fleet life through 2040. A total of 11 C-5 aircraft will be modified with RERP to increase aircraft performance, payload capability & transportation throughput.

Lord Corporation received $12,404,463 for unique weapon system components and/or components for specific uses on multiple aircraft. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $3,643,333,802 to “definitize” the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye advanced acquisition contract (N00019-13-C-9999) to a multi-year, fixed-price-incentive-firm target contract. In addition, this provides for the procurement of 25 full rate production E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft.

Northrop Grumman received $10,266,560 for avionics source data for the future acquisition of depot-level operational test program sets. The avionics source data consists of a detailed functional description document package and system synthesis model report for each avionics unit under test in support of the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft. Northrop Grumman received $8,258,253 to repair 51 line items for the Advanced Hawkeye system used on the E-2D aircraft. Work will be performed in 17 distinct locations within the U.S. This is non-competitive in accordance with 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1). Northrop Grumman received $6,700,000 for two spare engines in support of the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye. Work will be performed in Indianapolis, IN (90 percent) and Bethpage, NY (10 percent).

Northrop Grumman received $9,900,000,000 for B-2 modernization and sustainment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $8,363,501 for repair/engineering on the AN/ALQ-218(V)2 Tactical Jamming System at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane, Indiana. The AN/ALQ-218 is a SIGINT package used on E/A-18G and P-8A aircraft.

Parsons Government Support Services Inc. received $7,107,395 for continuation of ground support equipment maintenance from July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015 at Robins AFB.

Raytheon received $14,899,999 to retrofit an infrared marker into the existing Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) pods for the F/A-18 E/F aircraft.

Rockwell Collins received $7,694,320 for AN/ARC-210(V) Electronic Radios and ancillary equipment for a variety of aircraft.  This provides for 80 RT-1939(C)/ARCs and 80 994M-4 Link 11 Smart Mounts without Isolators. Rockwell Collins received $15,947,962 for the procurement of AN/ARC-210(V) electronic radios and ancillary equipment for a variety of aircraft. This also provides for 182 RT-1990(C)/ARCs and conversion of four RT-1939(C)s to RT-1990(C)s.

Rockwell Collins received $11,916,219 to upgrade the E-6B Mercury Weapon System Trainer.

The Ross Group Construction Corp. received $16,645,200 for the construction of the KC-46A Fuselage Trainer Flight Training Center and the Fuselage Trainer at Altus AFB.

Scientific Research Corp. received $7,831,864 for 163 Multi-Function Color Display units and associated technical data to support retrofit of MFCD units into T-45 aircraft.

Sikorsky received $1,277,618,606 for the initial engineering, manufacturing and development Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) program. The CRH program will replace the aging HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter with new air vehicles, training systems, and product support required for the Personnel Recovery mission. The requirement is for 112 new air vehicles, but the contract has been structured to handle fluctuations in quantity. 

Textron (Bell Helicopter) received $8,102,691 and $7,907,537 for aircraft blade assemblies. These were a sole-source acquisition.

Textron Inc. (Bell Helicopter) received $44,667,969 to repair parts on the UH-1Y and AH-1Z. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

OSPREY

Form Fit & Function, LLC received $9,809,330 to manufacture support equipment for the V-22, to include hub and blade stands, blade trailer adapters, restraint tools, and actuators.

Rolls-Royce received $9,479,821 for 13 low power MV-22 repairs under the Mission CareTM contract. Work will be performed in Oakland, CA.

Triumph Gear Systems received $55,775,371 to repair various parts (including the pylon conversion actuator) on the MV-22 and CV-22. Work will be performed in Park City, UT. This was non-competitive, per10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $57,863,799 for technical engineering, configuration management, associated equipment/supplies, quality assurance, information assurance, and other operation and maintenance efforts required for the Aegis development and test sites, including the Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and the Naval Systems Computing Center.

Lockheed Martin received $10,607,674 to repair the AN/UYQ-70 advanced display system used for processor systems for tactical and C4I applications for target acquisition and tracking, weapons control, theater air defense, anti-submarine warfare, battle group comms, and airborne surveillance and control. One company was solicited non-competitively and one offer was received, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Millennium Engineering & Integration Co. received $7,528,016 to provide mission planning, test execution and operations, data analysis and reporting, software and hardware maintenance/upgrades, and communications and facilities engineering in support of Missile Defense Communications and Operations Node systems in support of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Program. This was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-1 (a)(2) and DFARS 206.302-1.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

General Dynamics received $11,715,565 for engineering and management efforts in support of the post-shakedown availability (PSA) for USS Coronado (LCS 4). Efforts will include program management, production supervision, temporary protection services and transportation services necessary to complete the PSA.

NAVAL CONTRACTS

Airborne Systems Ltd. received two payments of $7,750,856 for components in support of the MK 59 Mod 0 Decoy Launch System. 

BAE Systems received $7,882,132 and General Dynamics received $7,346,539 to understand the risks and assist in determining the best approach for developing a High Waterspeed Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV). BAE and GD will continue detailed trade studies, requirements studies, operational effectiveness analyses and initial concept design results as they relate to flexibility and modularity requirements and the impacts to derived system specification requirements.

BAE Systems received $9,270,465 for ship repairs, hull, machinery, electrical, electronics, ship alterations, and piping alteration as required on USS Carney (DDG-64). The primary focus is on structural repairs and habitability upgrades.

BAE Systems received $10,354,523 for a 58-calendar day regular overhaul and dry docking availability of USNS Wally Schirra (T-AKE 8).

BAE Systems received $15,060,606 for USS Ramage (DDG-61) FY2014 Selected Restricted Availability (SRA). This includes maintenance, alterations, and modifications to update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities. Work will be in Norfolk, VA.

BAE Systems received $14,772,006 for the planning and execution of depot-level maintenance, alterations and modifications that will update and improve USS Harpers Ferry’s (LSD 49) military and technical capabilities. Work will be in San Diego, CA.

BAE Systems received $20,524,009 for USS Decatur (DDG 73) FY2014 dry-docking selected restricted availability, which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Earl Industries, LLC (doing business as General Dynamics NASSCO) received $19,802,857 for maintenance to include dry-docking, hull plating replacement, propulsion engine removal and habitability work onboard USS Tornado (PC 14).

General Dynamics received $64,056,766 for advance material for the Mobile Landing Platform (MLP) 4 Afloat Forward Staging Base platform. This allows procurement of ship sets for the purchase specifications supporting integrated propulsion, main diesel generator engines, propeller and shafting, integrated bridge, and voice communications.

General Dynamics received $23,500,000 for “early industry involvement” associated with the LHA(R) program Flight 1 (LHA 8) ship design to initiate an affordability design phase.

General Dynamics received $20,745,556 for USS Boxer (LHD 4) FY2014 maintenance, which includes alterations and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

General Dynamics received $13,228,560 for procurement of Common Missile Compartment material for the Ohio Replacement Program (ORP). Purchases: U.S. Navy (37 percent) and the UK (63 percent). 

L-3 Unidyne Inc. received $22,231,067 for service life extension program (SLEP) of four landing craft, air-cushioned (LCAC) craft. This will extend LCAC service life from 20 to 30 years, sustain/enhance craft capability, replace obsolete electronics, repair corrosion damage, reduce life cycle cost by improving reliability and maintainability, increase survivability, and establish a common configuration baseline. Work will be performed in Camp Pendleton. L-3 Unidyne Inc. received $13,821,952 for SLEP of two LCAC. Work will be performed in Virginia Beach, VA.

Lockheed Martin received $20,000,000 for sustaining engineering services in support of the Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) family of testers. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $12,171,921 for procurement and engineering efforts in support of the TRS-3D Radar installation for the Port Hueneme Test Ship.

Maersk Line, Ltd. received $7,103,568 for 92 days of operation and maintenance of five U.S. Navy ocean surveillance ships and one U.S. Navy missile range instrumentation ship.

Northrop Grumman received $24,000,000 for Navigation Warfare Technology Research Modeling, Simulation, Wargaming and Analyses at San Diego, CA.

Serco Inc. received $31,244,653 for Close-In Weapons System (CIWS) waterfront installation support. This funding will support the functions of an Alteration Installation Team with the installation of Ship Alterations, Ship Change Documents, and Ordnance Alterations as related to the CIWS on U.S. Navy, U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard vessels.

VEHICLES

AM General, LLC received $90,543,739 to recapitalize up to 760 Army National Guard HMMWV (M1152A1B2 and M1165A1B3 variants) to the current configuration.

BAE Systems received $9,818,307 for pre-positioned stocks (APS-5) for Bradley tracked vehicles in Kuwait.

BAE Systems received $20,819,031 for 88,619 “level of effort hours and dollars” for system technical support and sustainment system technical support for the Bradley family of vehicles and MLRS carrier.

C.E. Niehoff & Co. received $43,495,987 for generators and engine accessories for HMMWVs.

Choctaw Manufacturing Defense Contractor received $14,247,484 for 626 Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement Modular Production Trailers and Water Dispensing System production units; training, provisioning data, and program support. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5). FY2012 procurement (USMC) overseas contingency operations (OCO) funds in the amount of $8,933,217 are obligated at the time of award.

General Dynamics received $11,421,811 for 3 DVH Stryker ECP ICVV prototype vehicles.

LOC Performance Products Inc. received $161,623,918 for “engineering change proposal vehicle” modifications through installation of track kits, shock absorber kits, vehicle suspension support system kits, heavy weight torsion bar kits, and logistics support on BFV.

CLOTHING

American Apparel, Inc. received $16,186,860 for MCCUU trousers.

Crown Clothing Co. received $7,709,253 for men’s coats.

M&M Manufacturing, LLC (Lajas, Puerto Rico) received $21,207,508 for Navy working uniform blouses and trousers. 

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

American Rheinmetall Munition (ARM) received $26,037,082 for 3,154,286 40mm day/night M1110 practice cartridges (for training in the use of the 40mm low velocity cartridge under day and night/low-light conditions). This was a sole-source procurement, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). 

BAE Systems received $7,809,034 for 84 standardized pier side maintenance and repairs to the MK 38 Machine Gun System. BAE Systems received $10,783,000 for 61 fire support sensor systems and seven authorized stock-age list spares sets. BAE Systems received $89,460,000 for enhanced small arms protective inserts.

Capco, Inc. received $78,980,935 to procure the M205 tripod used with the M2/M2A1 Heavy Machine Gun and the MK19 Grenade Machine Gun.

Federal Resources Supply Company received $9,900,000 for respirator air filters, mask harness assemblies, respirator cartridges, breathing face-pieces and other replacement parts. This was a sole-source acquisition.

The Garrett Container Systems received $37,174,689 for Defensor Fortis - Load Carrying System 2 Kits and Accessories. This includes 36 distinctive pieces of equipment, including Rifleman Kits, Team Leader Kits, M-203 Grenadiers Kits, M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon Gunner Kits, M-240 Machine Gunner Kits, Military Working Dog Kits and Multi-Mission Kits.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (Kongsberg, Norway) received $7,898,000 for depot support for the Common Remotely Operated Weapon System (CROWS).

Olin Corp. - Winchester Ammunition received $27,681,245 for 9mm frangible ammunition, which will be used for indoor and outdoor close quarter battle (CQB) training.

Raytheon received $33,176,807 for R&D associated with integrated power systems power load modules to be used for electromagnetic railgun pulse power containers design, and for the fabrication and testing of prototypes. Work will be performed in Tewksbury, MA.

SPACE

Aerospace Testing Alliance received $11,890,453 to increase the workload for the operations, maintenance, information management and support of Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold AFB.

L-3 Communications received $8,281,679 to mature the software coding of the GPS receiver cards being developed and perform security certification to enable faster fielding of military-code capable GPS receivers to the warfighter.

LinQuest Corp. received $29,164,259 for additional System Engineering & Integration Support Services (SE&I). LinQuest will provide and maintain enterprise SE&I services for the current MILSATCOM Systems Directorate, execute and evolve standardized enterprise processes, control and manage the technical baseline and interface(s), perform system integration across the enterprise and within identified programs, develop and implement key systems engineering processes, developing tools and techniques (as necessary) to predict issues and enable timely action, and develop and maintain performance metrics. Work will be performed at Los Angeles AFB. This is the result of a sole source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $38,378,116 for Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) System Interim Contractor Sustainment Re-vector under cost line item number 0610.

Lockheed Martin received $452,000,000 for reentry system/reentry vehicles (RS/RV) subsystem support. This provides sustaining & maintenance engineering, aging surveillance, modification of systems & equipment, software maintenance, developmental & production engineering, and procurement of the MMIII RS/RV subsystem and related support equipment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $914,699,474 for engineering, manufacturing and development, production and deployment for the Space Fence program. Work will be performed at Moorestown, NJ, and Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. 

Lockheed Martin received $1,863,474,312 for Space-Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO) 5 and 6 satellites, including performance incentives and options for acoustic testing and launch operations.

Miltec Corp. received $44,000,000 for labor, material, travel for research and development for the Advanced Hypersonic Weapon - Technology Demonstration for Space & Missile Defense Command.

Northrop Grumman received $7,000,000 and $7,000,000 for L-Band Radio Frequency Power Amplifier for the GPS Spacecraft Navigation Payload. The aim is to demonstrate the direct digital synthesis of GPS signals concept by design, fabrication, assembly, test, and demonstration of a Digital Beam Forming Element, Engineering Design Unit, and the key enabling technology of the Digital Phased Array GPS payload architecture.

Raytheon received $14,521,358 for Object Classification (OC) requirement database enhancements and deployment.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

APPTRICITY Corp. received $10,543,119 for annual license maintenance on the Transportation Coordinators Automated Information for Movements System II (TC-AIMS II) commercial supply chain solutions software: [Theater Operations Software (TOPS)]. One bid was solicited and one received.

ASRC Federal InuTeq received $15,749,022 to provide the High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office with technical and professional support for all phases of planning and execution.

BAE Systems received $70,100,000 for systems procurement with services for the LRIP for up to 30 tactical SIGINT payload systems and engineering support services.

Carahsoft received $14,424,968 to add additional users and products for software and licenses and support for Army Enterprise Resource Planning. 

Dell; IBM; Unicom Government, Inc.; CDW Government LLC; Iron Bow Technologies; and World Wide Technology, Inc. received a collective $774,000,000 for Information Technology Enterprise Solutions - 2 Hardware, which encompasses all requirements for IT, including hardware, software and incidental services for providing end-to-end solutions.

Dynamic Technology Systems, Inc. received $14,337,620 to extend IT related operations and maintenance tasks for a period of 12 months. Services include software and hardware support, application programming, and custom application configuration for the entire Enterprise Content Management System. Work will be performed at Ft. Belvoir, VA.

Hewlett Packard received $138,000,000 for continuity of services (CoSC) for Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI).

Innova Systems International received $6,663,365 in support of the U.S. Marine Corps Training & Education Command (TECOM), Aviation Standards Branch, for software maintenance to support and implement enhanced functionality of the Marine Corps Sierra Hotel Aviation Readiness Program (M-SHARP) software. 

Lockheed Martin received $35,710,660 for the Army Navy/Transportable Radar Search (AN/TPS) 59A Version (V)3 Array Electronics.

Northrop Grumman received $3,750,297 for the Affordable Radio Frequency Multifunction Sensors (ARMS) Program. Raytheon received $7,051,595 for the Affordable Radio Frequency Multifunction Sensors (ARMS) program, which will focus on developing new manufacturing processes to enable an increase in reliability and a decrease in cycle time and costs for Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) sensors.

Northrop Grumman received $7,868,723 for non-personal IT support to the U.S. Army Regional Cyber Center - Europe (RCC-E)/U.S. Army 5th Signal Command.

Raytheon received $298,000,044 for the Family of Advanced Beyond Line of Sight Terminals (FAB-T) Command Post Terminals (CPT) Production program.

Raytheon received $8,735,016 for receiver exciters. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $38,712,696 for power supply equipment. Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $25,669,647 for digital data computers.

STG, Inc. received $27,229,337 for IT support for the 2d Signal Center Theater Network Operations & Security Center, Ft. Huachuca.

Tetrad Digital Integrity received $7,801,515 for IT services related to information assurance, mobile communication assets, shipboard electronic support and communication security support. Systems Technology Forum Limited received $7,386,653 for IT services related to information assurance, mobile communication assets, shipboard electronic support and communication security support. Syzygy Technologies, Inc. received $7,077,042 for IT services related to information assurance, mobile communication assets, shipboard electronic support and communication security support. 

Welkin Sciences received $9,909,482 for innovative research in advanced communication technologies.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

Alliant Techsystems Operations received $8,036,250 for production and delivery of Rocket Assisted Take Off rocket motors and initiators.

BAE Systems received $9,404,964 for 512×512 two-color high speed Digital Focal Plane Arrays (DFPAs) for missile defense. They offer a combination of high resolution, high frame rate and advanced digital processing functionality. BAE will deliver five DFPAs of the Baseline Development Run and three DFPAs of the Baseline Process Verification Run to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) for additional testing, a set of interface electronics and a user guide to facilitate testing.

Boeing received $80,000,000 for Small Diameter Bomb Increment 1 (SDB 1) technical support. Boeing will provide SDB 1 weapon integration support, including technical support to the designated aircraft System Program Offices testing, upgrades, program management support, and software updates to the SDB 1system required to integrate the SBD 1 weapon system with other weapons systems. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $134,173,537 for highly specialized services to support Ballistic Missile Defense System flight test activities using the contractor’s developed target hardware.

Northrop Grumman received $15,000,000 for R&D on Advance Electronic Protect, Integrated Air and Missile Defense system of systems capability, and IAMD Battle Command System development and demonstration. 

Raytheon received $8,335,410 for the Norwegian Advanced Surface to Air Missile Systems sustainment and maintenance, for the base year with option up to four years. This is a new follow-on service contract for the missile system, an interim air defense capability deployed in the Homeland Defense Area 1.

Raytheon received $14,078,807 for NATO SEASPARROW Surface Missile System (NSSMS) design agent and special engineering tasks, land-based test site support, software maintenance support, and logistics management support services. Work will be performed in Portsmouth, RI. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $28,186,692 to procure 774 AIM-9X Production Inertial Measurement Units retrofits and upgrades, and an engineering investigation for the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force. Raytheon will also provide 30 AIM-9X Block II All Up Round Tactical LRIP Lot 14 Missiles, 30 Block II Captive Air Training Missiles, 18 All Up Round Containers, one Spare Advanced Optical Target Detector, two Spare Tactical Guidance Units, eight Spare Captive Air Training Missile Guidance Units, and one lot of tooling for Belgium. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($2,877,451; 10.2 percent); U.S. Air Force ($3,410,626; 12.1 percent), and Belgium ($21,898,615; 77.7 percent).

Raytheon received $51,787,884 for 757 projectiles under the Option 5 Excalibur 155mm increment pound production option for the U.S. Army. Work will be performed in 19 locations within the U.S., in addition to: Kariskoga, Sweden (15.84 percent); United Kingdom (7.82 percent); Glenrothes, Scotland (6.01 percent).

Raytheon received $50,239,866 for the procurement of material, fabrication, test and delivery of 52 SM-3 Block IB missiles and related support efforts.

Raytheon received $73,442,290 for: FY2014 rolling airframe missile (RAM) guided-missile round pack requirements for the U.S. and allied navies, spares for Germany, and testing equipment upgrade and replacement requirements. This involves FMS to Japan (23 percent). Some work will be in Ottobrunn, Germany (42.7 percent). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $80,768,012 for the Lot 7 Miniature Air Launched Decoy Jammer (MALD-J) missile (200) to include: data, mission planning, process verification program, and operational flight software. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $163,223,113 for Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) Program Support and Sustainment (PSAS), which provides sustaining engineering, program management, contractor logistics, and accomplishes the diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortage tasks of extending the life of the AMRAAM Central Processing Unit, improving the AMRAAM guidance section within the current performance envelope, and developing applicable test equipment. This is a sole source acquisition. 45.7 percent of these funds are FMS to: Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Israel, Singapore and the UAE.

Raytheon received $223,081,894 to provide 485 AIM-9X Block II All Up Round Tactical LRIP Lot 14 Missiles to the U.S. Navy (161), U.S. Air Force (158), Singapore (20), the Netherlands (28), Kuwait (1), and Turkey (117). These funds also provide 132 Block II Captive Air Training Missiles for the U.S. Navy (47), U.S. Air Force (55), the Netherlands (20), Singapore (8), and Morocco (2); 27 Special Air Training Missiles for the U.S. Navy (13), U.S. Air Force (12), the Netherlands (2); 180 All Up Round Containers for the U.S. Navy (59), U.S. Air Force (60), the Netherlands (18), Morocco (1), Singapore (8), and Turkey (34); two Spare Advanced Optical Target Detectors for Singapore (1), and Morocco (1); 10 Spare Tactical Guidance Units for the Netherlands (2), Singapore (2), and Turkey (6); and seven Spare Captive Air Training Missile Guidance Units for the Netherlands (2), and Singapore (5). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($74,071,450; 33.20 percent); U.S. Air Force ($74,148,758; 33.24 percent); Turkey ($46,902,085; 21.03 percent); the Netherlands ($16,471,972: 7.38 percent); Singapore ($10,574,904: 4.74 percent); Morocco ($522,442; .23 percent); and Kuwait ($390,283; .18 percent).

Raytheon received $235,485,020 for Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on Target weapon system, procuring 72 radar digital processor upgrade kits: 62 for the United States and 10 for FMS (Kuwait and the Netherlands). These funds also procure spares for the United States, Kuwait and the Netherlands.

Raytheon received $275,434,620 for FY2014 Standard Missile 6 (SM-6) all-up rounds, and SM-6 and Standard Missile 2 (SM-2) spares and containers. Work will be performed in 15 locations across the U.S. (88.4 percent), and Wolverhampton, UK (11.6 percent).

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

NIITEK received $26,122,231 for work on the Husky Mounted Detection System. One bid was solicited and one received.

NIITEK received $7,347,924 to develop enhanced downward-looking ground penetrating radar technology for real time detection of buried high and low metal antitank landmines and IEDs.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

CUBIC APPLICATIONS, INC. received $78,197,073 to support the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) at Ft. Polk, LA, providing theatre specific combat training, mission rehearsal training, foreign security training team training and other combat forces training to prepare units for combat operations or deployment to combat theatre of operations.

Goodfellow Bros., Inc. received $27,345,000 to construct an infantry platoon battle course.

Lockheed Martin received $13,561,788 to provide training material, development and maintenance, instructor services, program management, admin and training systems in support of the Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS). This involves some FMS to Australia. This was non-competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-4 and DFARS 206.302-4.

Meggitt Training Systems, Inc. received $99,000,000 to provide next generation simulator for marksmanship and squad collective training, modify marksmanship trainers and simulated weapons to the Engagement Skills Trainer II (EST II) configuration, and procure EST mission essential requirements.

CBRNE

ICx Technologies, Inc. (doing business as Agentase, Inc.) received $6,574,220 in support of the joint program manager, “Nuclear Biological Chemical Contamination Avoidance,” to procure spare parts for the LRIP, dismounted reconnaissance, sets, kits, and outfits configuration systems for the U.S. military and civil support team.

Smiths Detection received $21,867,004 to purchase 3,353 M4A1 joint chemical agent detectors, 580 communication adapter kits, one platform interface kit, 2,713 Stryker communication adaptors, 137 sieve packs and 25 nozzles. 

FUEL & ENERGY

BP received $42,801,948 for direct supply of natural gas. Tiger Natural Gas, Inc. received $43,277,040 for direct supply of natural gas.

BP received $21,465,000 for fuel storage. Buckeye Terminals, LLC received $42,533,000 for fuel storage services. Global Companies, LLC received $24,300,000 for fuel storage services.

City Light & Power, Inc. received $281,622,253 for assumption of ownership, operation and maintenance of the electrical distribution system, and will furnish all necessary labor, management, supervision, permits, equipment, supplies, materials, transportation and any other incidental services for the complete ownership, operation, maintenance, repairs, upgrades, and improvements to the utility system. This is a 50-year base contract in California and Utah.

Essex Electro Engineers, Inc. received $6,658,080 for 72kW Generators.

TK&K Services, LLC received $18,915,900 for fuel management services to include personnel, equipment, vehicles, tools, materials, supplies, and supervision to manage all aspects of petroleum and cryogenic products.

MEDICAL

ABM Government Services; LB&B Associates Inc.; J&J Maintenance, Inc.; and Emcor Government Services received a cumulative $383,500,000 for increased capacity for operations and maintenance services in DOD medical treatment facilities.

American Mechanical Inc.; Central Environmental Inc.; and Patrick Mechanical Inc. received a cumulative $24,000,000 for the design, construction and repair of Utilidor Systems, Eielson AFB and other Alaskan military installations.

American Medical Depot received $60,000,000 for distribution of medical surgical items to all CONUS and OCONUS facilities that participate in the electronic catalog program.

ARGO/LRS JV; Clarke Project Solutions; Health Facility Solutions Co.; NIKA Architects Engineers; Polu Kai Services; and Team Integrated Engineering, Inc. received a cumulative $44,000,000 for medical facilities support services.

ABSG Consulting Inc.; Allied Reliability, Inc.; and Andromeda Systems Inc. received $45,000,000 and $45,000,000 for reliability-centered maintenance and condition monitoring at Army Medical Command facilities in CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. possessions, and Germany. 

ArtCraft Optical Co., Inc. received $22,500,000 for aviation flight frames using the electronic catalog program.

Evergreen Helicopters, Inc. received $10,672,126 for service and support for Medical Evacuation for the U.S. Army Garrison, HI.

GlaxoSmithKline received $17,616,339 and Sanofi Pasteur received $8,969,432 for flu vaccines.

Hologic LP received $32,000,000 for ThinPrep pap test kits and related supplies. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Mapp Biopharmaceutical, Inc. received $8,152,103 for the development of a broad-spectrum monoclonal cocktail for prevention of VEEV, WEEV and EEEV, in support of the R&D enterprise.

Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics Inc. received $22,200,000 to supply Japanese encephalitis vaccine.

ScImage, Inc. received $45,000,000 for digital imaging network-picture archive and communication system, components, system options and accessories, upgrades, training, maintenance services, and turnkey installation.

SeKON Enterprises, Inc. received $9,499,405 to support to the Defense Health Agency’s Information Management office. SeKON will provide analysis to support DHA IM office decisions on business need, mission priorities, alternatives solutions, business process change, policies, and funding. SeKON will also develop and manage business processes, health data management strategies and collaboration in the development and implementation of national health IT standards.

Skyline ULTD, Inc. received $18,834,131 to provide medical case management support to the Army National Guard HQ, states and territories.

Welch Allyn, Inc. received $43,650,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables, spare/repair parts and training.

ENVIRONMENTAL

AH Environmental Consultants, Inc. received $10,000,000 for environmental consulting services in NAVFAC Southeast.

Environmental Chemical Corporation (ECC); Ashbritt Environmental; CrowderGulf, LCC; and Ceres Environmental Services, Inc. received $240,000,000 for advanced contracting imitative debris management services.

Normandeau Associates, Inc.; Anchor QEA, LLC; and RTR /BLE (JV) received $27,000,000 for biological studies in the Snake and Columbia River basins and the Northwest.

FOOD SERVICES

Bimbo Bakeries USA received $8,839,822 for fresh bread and bakery products.

Pocono ProFoods received $79,800,000 and Renzi Bros. Inc. received $33,600,000 for food and beverages.

Sysco received $9,750,000 for food and beverages. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Sysco received $173,507,460 for subsistence support to various customers in Seattle, Washington – Zone 1 (Ships). Sysco received $110,818,565 for subsistence support to various customers in Seattle, Washington – Zone 2 (Land).

BASE SUPPORT & LOGISTICS

Accenture Federal Services received $42,446,917 for the general fund enterprise business system. 

American Systems Corp. and Advanced Technology International received $15,000,000 for field test and evaluation services in support of the Naval Facilities Engineering & Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC) Port Hueneme.

EMI Technologies received $20,000,000 to acquire general purpose instrumentation vans shelters and trailers in support of White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. 

Exelis Systems Corp. received $6,536,121 for material, appliances and services for Family Housing maintenance services. This supports military members and their families residing in government family housing facilities. The objective is to maintain housing facilities (1,903+ units) properly for facility life cycle sustainment and provide the expected quality and safe living conditions in compliance with U.S. Air Force family housing standards. Work will be performed at the Kaiserslautern Military Community in Germany comprising Landstuhl, Ramstein, and Vogelweh Air Bases.

Fluor Federal Solutions, LLC received $45,100,173 for regional base operations support at NAS Jacksonville; Naval Station Mayport; Bureau of Medicine & Surgery; and Blount Island Command. Work provides regional base operating support services including, but not limited to: port operations, facilities support and investment, support vehicles and equipment, and environmental.

Genco Infrastructures Solutions, Inc. received $7,955,284 for warehousing and distribution support services.

ITT Exelis Systems Corp. received $9,490,510 for the Army Prepositioned Stock-5 support to the Army Field Support Battalion-Qatar.

KTU&A received $15,000,000 for facility planning services in NAVFAC Southwest. The work provides sustainable master planning, project planning documents, geospatial information and service, GPS services and other services.

RDR, Inc. received $7,492,815 for specialized professional services and training support for the Program Manager Special Programs program office.

SAIC; Booz Allen Hamilton; Engility Corp.; and National Technologies, Inc. received a cumulative $10,553,653 for business financial management and program, and business analysis services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD).

SRA International, Inc. received $96,000,000 for support, sustainment, upgrades and modernization of personnel systems under the Navy’s Integrated Personnel and Pay System (IPPS) strategy to provide incremental improvements in business capabilities.

TRAX International Corp. received $34,668,877 for non-personal test support services in support of the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, AZ.

Wolverine Services, LLC received $8,237,534 for warehouse and distribution support services in Colorado and California.

Z Systems Corp. received $7,140,388 for material maintenance and supply support at Ft. Hood’s Logistics Readiness Center.

CONSTRUCTION

Aecom-Parsons JV received $7,848,425 for construction management technical support services for the Washington Headquarters Services, Acquisition Directorate, Facilities Services Directorate.

Arriba Corp. received $7,890,050 for additions and alterations to the Curtis Bay Army Reserve Center.

B & B General Contracting Inc. received $9,631,139 for repair of parking aprons A01B and A08B at the Combined Readiness Training Center. Work will be performed in Alpena, MI.

Bryan Construction, Inc. received $9,832,807 for work on Butts Army Airfield runway, Ft. Carson.

Cayo, LLC received $9,359,797 for the Lake Borgne Basin Levee District, Saint Bernard Parish Pump Stations, number 2 and 3 seepage repairs, Saint Bernard Parish, LA.

Construction Development Services, Inc.; Noah Enterprises, Inc.; Portico Services, LLC; Syncon, LLC; and Turner Strategic Technologies, LLC received a cumulative $95,000,000 for construction projects located within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Hampton Roads.

DPR Hardin Construction Company, LLC / Whitesell-Green, Inc., JV received $14,810,000 for design, construction and renovation of the Navy Exchange Service Command Headquarters in Virginia Beach.

Etcon, Inc. received $25,472,586 for paving.

Frontier-Arrowhead JV received $17,474,296 for river repairs to stone navigation structures on the Mississippi River.

Gilford Corp. received $11,117,705 for North Post Access Control Point, Ft. Belvoir. Gilford will construct an access road, control point and supporting facilities.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company received $19,914,000 for the North Carolina Highway 12 Protection Project, Dare County, NC.

Guam MACC Builders A JV received $39,699,700 to design and construct X-Ray Wharf improvements to Berth 1 at Naval Base, Guam. The work includes the rehabilitation and modernization of the north berth at X-Ray Wharf to provide berthing and utilities for Auxiliary Cargo and Ammunition Ship (T-AKE) supply vessels. Work will be performed in Santa Rita, Guam.

Head, Inc. received $13,721,888 for the repair of the airfield at Naval Air Station/Joint Reserve Base New Orleans.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. received $26,615,298 for the construction of a Submarine Production Support Facility at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

HGL Construction Inc.; McGoldrick Construction Services Corporation; MK JV; RWT, LLC; Terra Construction, LLC; The Trevino Group, Inc.; and Zieson Construction Co. received a cumulative $32,100,000 for construction supporting the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division.

J. Kokolakis Contracting, Inc. received $48,826,910 for renovation and modernization of the MacArthur Short Barracks at West Point.

John C. Grimberg Company, Inc. received $44,200,000 for design and construction of the Aircraft Prototype Facility Phase II at NAS Patuxent River. This involves construction of a hangar space for a single large aircraft or up to four smaller aircraft, with concrete pile and grade beam foundation, structural steel frame, insulated metal panel wall system, built-up roofing system over insulated structural metal deck, steel truss roof framing and sliding hangar doors on each end. The project will provide a secure facility, individual secure area(s), aircraft preparation bay and laboratories with equal-sized bays with separate zoning for fire protection alarm system and security systems.

Johnson Construction Co. received $9,599,509 for construction of a modern wastewater treatment plant to replace the existing wastewater treatment plant, and construct an influent screening building, two sequencing batch reactors for wastewater treatment, an aeration sludge holding tank, ultraviolet disinfection system, chemical storage, and a water pumping system in New Cumberland, PA.

Kisaq, LLC. received $18,197,353 for construction of an Army Reserve Center at MCAS Miramar.

KMEA MACTEC JV received $30,000,000 for stormwater, groundwater, wastewater and incidental potable water studies at Navy and USMC installations in NAVFAC Southwest.

MACNAK Korte Group LLC received $30,381,000 for a 240-person dormitory at Nellis AFB.

MACNAK Korte Team LLC received $19,716,709 to design/build in FY2014 a 144-person dormitory at Cannon AFB. The project also will include demolition of existing building 1156.

MACNAK Korte Group LLC received $15,947,269 and $15,947,269 to design and build civil engineer administration/operations facility at Beale AFB.

Maune, Belangia, Faulkenberry Architects, PA received $15,000,000 for architectural design and engineering services in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, primarily in Coastal North Carolina and the Hampton Roads region of Virginia.

G4S-SJC LLC received $19,835,665 for pier repairs at the United States Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia.

RANCO Construction received $8,783,220 for the construction of a new central issuing facility at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

Raass Brothers, Inc. received $9,540,270 for constructing B-52 munitions storage igloos at Minot AFB.

Seaward Marine Corp. received $8,885,335 for Pier Complex Structural Repairs to Pier 4, Trestle 1a and 4 at Naval Weapon Station Earle.

S.T. Wooten Corp. Inc. received $9,975,000 for repairing various areas of runways 23R and 14L at MCAS Cherry Point.

TW Metals, Inc. received $15,000,000 for various metals, metal products, and related services in the North East region of the United States. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Valiant Construction LLC; Royce Construction Services, LLC; and Patriot Construction, LLC received $49,000,000 for a healthcare facility repair and construction in support of the U.S. Army Medical Command’s northern region.

Voith Hydro, Inc. received $47,257,431 for rehabilitation of three turbine generator units at Center Hill Dam, Lancaster, Tennessee.

DREDGING

Aerostar SES, LLC received $8,832,628 for improvements to the Jones Oyster-bed Island Dredged Material Containment Area.

Precon Marine, Inc. received $11,625,500 for Craney Island Northern Shoreline Revetment Phase III, Portsmouth, VA.

Weeks Marine, Inc. received $63,322,388 for dredging and beach fill of the main channel of the Delaware River.

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*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

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

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD also uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses.

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

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