BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for October 2015

DOD spent $16,431,208,789+ on 184 individual contracts in October 2015

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 $16,431,208,789 on 184 individual contracts during October 2015. This amount does not include 11 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth roughly $669,011,854.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Aptima Inc. received $12,425,604 for Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) weapon system trainer. This is a sole-source acquisition.

CAE USA Inc. received $33,931,498 for MQ-1/9 aircrew training and courseware development at Creech, Holloman, March Air Reserve Base, and Hancock.

Consolidated Resource Imaging (CRI); Manufacturing Techniques (MTEQ); Northrop Grumman received a combined $49,000,000 for advanced sensors and sensor systems prototypes in support of ISR and force protection.

Cox Construction received $26,117,000 to build a UAS hanger and ancillary facilities at Fort Irwin.

General Atomics received $38,155,365 for MQ-1C logistics support for the Block 1 program of record and Special Operations aviation regiments.

Northrop Grumman received $203,559,738 for RQ-4 logistics and Sustainment III.

Northrop Grumman received $42,694,244 for Hunter logistical services in Afghanistan and Sierra Vista, AZ.

Northrop Grumman received $16,969,350 for Multi-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program radar system development and demonstration alignment with the RQ-4 Block 40 program schedule.

Textron received $8,355,082 for 37 mobile directional antenna systems for the One System remote video terminal (OSRVT).

Textron (AAI) received $110,000,000 for performance-based logistics for the RQ-7 Shadow. Textron (AAI) received $32,525,015 for program management services for Shadow performance-based logistics.

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

General Atomics received $19,070,219 to provide France with MQ-9 contractor logistics support (CLS) Phase 3. Some work in Niamey, Niger.

Goodrich Corp. received $24,500,000 to provide Saudi Arabia with F-15S/SA DB-110 courseware development and training. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $262,844,909 to provide Saudi Arabia with sustainment and provision of sniper advanced targeting, low-altitude navigation & targeting infrared for night navigation pod, and infrared search and track. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $64,500,000 for long lead materials and efforts associated with the LRIP 11 Japanese F-35A air systems for Japan.

Lockheed Martin received $54,589,431 to install 142 F-16 upgrade kits for Taiwan.

Lockheed Martin received $7,327,628 for engineering services (on-site support, remote access support, logistics management, technical support, preventive & corrective maintenance, engineering analysis) on Iraq’s integrated air defense system. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $29,907,515 to provide Australia with C-27J Training.

PKL Services Inc. received $11,595,451 to provide Singapore aircraft maintenance and operation services at Mountain Home AFB.

Raytheon received $11,200,000 to provide Canada with 225 Enhanced Paveway II/GBU-49 kits.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $172,500,000 to provide Lebanon with six A-29 aircraft, associated support and equipment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Swiftships Shipbuilders LLC received $10,976,701 to operate and upgrade Iraq’s navy ship repair facility at Umm Qasr Naval Base.

USAFRICOM

Phoenix Air Group Inc. received $10,426,500 for dedicated fixed wing services in Stuttgart Army Airfield, Germany, for USAFRICOM HQ.

USCENTCOM

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $195,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations under the tailored logistics support vendor program in USCENTCOM.

Contrack-Nass JV received $8,976,396 for repairs to the Salman quay wall at Naval Support Activity Bahrain.

DRS Technical Services received $7,982,346 for Kabul UHF trunking radio operations and maintenance. One bid solicited, one received.

Noble Supply & Logistics received $195,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations under the tailored logistics support vendor program in USCENTCOM.

SOS International received $32,997,697 for services for the Military Information Support Task Force - Afghanistan.

Vectrus Systems received $71,723,507 for base maintenance & operations services in Turkey (Incirlik AB; Izmir Air Station; ODC, Ankara Support Facility) and Spain (Morón AB).

USPACOM

Wolf Creek Federal Services received $28,469,544 for base operations support services at various military installations in Santa Rita, Guam.

USSOCOM

24 corporations have been added to a previous (8 Sept. 2015) $450,000,000 contract for USSOCOM Wide Mission Support services (subject matter experts, advisory services, instructors, linguists, intel analysts, business operations).

Baldi Bros. Inc. received $7,057,741 for demolition of Applied Instruction Building Bunker 99 at Naval Base Coronado to make way for future NSWC construction.

Berico Technologies LLC; Orbis Technologies, Inc. received $20,000,000 for All-Source Analytical Environment software tool to support USSOCOM Distributed Common Ground/Surface Systems SOF program.

ACADEMIA

University of Hawaii Systems received $13,023,081 for “transition of operations, management, and research development effort for Maui High Performance Computing for the operation and maintenance of a state-of-the-art computing environment that consists of large-scale parallel computing platforms and the associated software development, technical support, and network connectivity required for support in both classified and unclassified environments.”

RAND received $384,757,066 to acquire studies and analysis support for the National Defense Research Institute (NDRI) Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) that supports OSD, the Joint Staff, combatant commands, the defense agencies, and other DOD components.

NUCLEAR WEAPONRY

Boeing received $11,806,383 for engineering and manufacturing of B61-12 tailkit assemblies.

Northrop Grumman (Falls Church, VA) received the USAF Long Range Strike Bomber contract.

INVASIVE ISR PLATFORMS

L-3 Communications received $12,000,000 for C-12 logistics, maintenance, and repair. Work in Accra, Ghana; Andrews AFB; Ankara, Turkey; Bangkok, Thailand; Bogota, Colombia; Brasilia, Brazil; Budapest, Hungary; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Cairo, Egypt; Edwards AFB; Elmendorf AFB; Gaborone, Botswana; Holloman AFB; Islamabad, Pakistan; Manila, Philippines; Nairobi, Kenya; Rabat, Morocco; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; San Angelo, Texas; Tegucigalpa, Honduras; Yokota Air Base, Japan.

AFRL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Azimuth Corp.; General Dynamics; UES Inc. received combined $121,061,000 for materials research and survivability studies at AFRL.

Azimuth Corp. received $9,604,427 for R&D of novel ceramic materials for processible laser gain media and plasmonic systems for optical components and devices at AFRL.

Azimuth Corp. received $8,715,777 for R&D on materials technologies and next generation laser protection capabilities that may protect aircrews against friendly and hostile lasers operating in the visible and near infrared spectral regions. This is a sole-source acquisition.

UES Inc. received $9,405,601 for R&D of radio frequency photonics, hybrid optical apertures and integration at AFRL.

FLIGHT TRAINING

BGI LLC received $7,557,762 for EC-130H and A-10 aircrew training and courseware development at Davis-Monthan AFB.

CAE USA Inc.; Wyle Laboratories Inc. received a combined $275,000,000 for aircrew training on 43 different aircraft types mostly at Camarillo, CA; Tampa, FL. This involves unnamed FMS.

Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma received $12,028,570 for F-15C/E, F-16 and F-22A aircrew training and courseware development at Shaw, Mountain Home, Langley, Nellis, Seymour Johnson and Hill AFBs.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) & RAPTOR (F-22)

Lockheed Martin received $120,555,991 for non-recurring engineering necessary to develop build-to-print packages by variant (F-35A, B, C), to provide Group A and Group A enabler provisions to support future Band 2/5 capabilities.

Lockheed Martin received $17,599,996 for retrofit modification kits and associated engineering installation on two F-35A Block 3F upgrades for non-DOD participants. Non-DOD participant funds ($8,799,999) are obligated.

Lockheed Martin received $477,696,108 for F-22 sustainment. Lockheed Martin received $13,080,225 for F-22 air vehicle sustainment at Hill AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $7,566,978 for F-22 sustainment for Reliability and Maintainability Maturation Program Project SE21, Stores Management System wrap around tester cable sets (quantity of 20) and self testers (quantity of 2).

United Technologies Corp. received $104,290,158 for LRIP Lot IX non-annualized sustainment in support of F-135 for USAF ($31,983,441; 31%); USN ($32,686,616; 31%); USMC ($11,249,433; 11%); non-U.S. DOD participants ($26,797,856; 26%); and FMS ($1,572,812; 1%).

HELICOPTERS

Lockheed Martin received $9,638,771 for turret electronic unit (TEU) versatile performance switching production requirements. TEU is a component of Target Sight System (TSS) on AH-1Z.

Seyer Industries received $33,394,842 for up to 325 each blade fold rack sets for AH-1Z and UH-1Z.

Sikorsky received $189,431,164 for repair coverage on 10 weapons replaceable assemblies on CH-53. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(2).

Sikorsky received $191,530,501 for repair coverage on 6 weapons replaceable assemblies on CH-53 and MH-53. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $289,539,631 for aviation maintenance and depot support at Ft. Campbell.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $281,741,390 for procurement, installation, initial spares and support of 17 F-15 (V)3 and 29 Radar Modernization Program (RMP) radars. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $10,716,709 for F/A-18C/D tactical operational flight trainer system configuration set.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

Boeing received $897,530,175 for 15 Lot 39 full-rate production EA-18G and associated airborne electronic attack kits.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Lockheed Martin received $260,078,333 for advance procurement funding for long lead efforts associated with 28 FY2016 C-130J. Lockheed Martin received $16,332,360 for C-130J block 7.0/8.1 and capability management upgrade 1.

Lockheed Martin received $32,515,190 for C-5 Galaxy reliability enhancement and re-engining program Lot 7 rapid repair and response over and above effort.

AERIAL REFUELING

Boeing received $9,155,744 for research and modification of existing KC-135 flaps for potentially more affordable/effective fuel savings.

Northrop Grumman received $46,845,562 for logistic services for KC-10 aircraft and spares. Northrop Grumman received $33,251,174 for seven engine overhauls in support of KC-10 program.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Aviation Systems Engineering Co. received $8,392,993 for technical, analytical, admin and material services to Air Test & Evaluation Squadron One in support of the test mission of Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force.

CPI Econco received $9,699,200 for weapon system electron tubes. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

DynCorp received $153,000,000 for contractor operated and maintained base supply non-personal services on Joint Primary Training System T-6A/B Texan II.

Herndon Products Inc. received $9,600,000 for up to 99 T-38C Pacer Classic III fastener kits in support of Phase II of aircraft modification.

Pelatron Inc. received $20,224,932 to produce and deliver up to 16 control and reporting center operation module modifications to include initial spares and provide interim contractor support.

Woodward Inc. received $12,756,758 for USAF fuel system valves.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

DynCorp received $44,322,646 for aircraft maintenance on T-6 and T-38 at Sheppard AFB.

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

BAE Systems received $24,153,704 for AN/APX-117A(V), -118A(V), -123A(V), Mode 5 change kits & integrations, and shop replaceable assemblies (SRA). FMS includes (minority share): Saudi Arabia; Philippines; Japan; Denmark; and Indonesia.

Lockheed Martin received $52,637,373 for crew systems integration of MC-130J common terrain following, terrain avoidance radar system.

Southwest Research Institute received $9,423,767 for R&D (phase 2 of 3) to dramatically improve the ability to detect and geolocate high frequency emitters.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $98,301,262 for Aegis ballistic missile defense continuation of Baseline 5.1, Increment -2 development and adaptation of Aegis ashore efforts.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

General Dynamics received $34,836,567 for phased maintenance availability repair work onboard USS New York (LPD 21).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $18,336,158 for advance planning of USS George Washington (CVN 73) refueling complex overhaul (RCOH).

Vigor Marine received $11,797,840 for regular overhaul/dry-docking on USNS Mercy (T-AH 19).

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $24,113,840 for reactor plant planning yard services on nuclear-powered subs and support yard services for moored training ships.

Interstate Electronics Corp. received $22,712,537 to support: flight test instrumentation management, SSBN replacement, data recording subsystems, engineered refueling overhaul, and strategic weapon system training. UK funds of $1,279,000 are allocated.

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

Al Larson Boat Shop; Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc.; Integrated Marine Services Inc.; Marine Group Boat Works; Miller Marine Inc.; Nielsen Beaumont Inc. received a combined $75,000,000 for marine boatyard services and industrial support for boats/vessels greater than or equal to 15 m or 50’ in length.

Austal USA received $53,478,395 for long-lead-time material and initial engineering support for the Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) 11 (formerly Joint High Speed Vessel 11). This was not competitively procured, per U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

BAE Systems received $38,898,807 for engineering and technical services for integrated communications and information systems radio communications for Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division ships.

BAE Systems received $30,556,246 for FY2015 production of the MK 38 mod 3 machine gun system (MGS). Purchases: USA (93.76%); Philippines (6.24%). Work in Haifa, Israel (67%); Louisville, KY (33%). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

BAE Systems received $10,959,664 for R&D on full-spectrum staring electronic support receiver (FSSR) with instantaneous direction finding (IDF).

BAE Systems received $8,438,737 for MK 110 Mod 0 gun weapon system.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $43,339,049 for services (engineering; R&D; design; integration; installation; test & eval; fielding; analysis; maintenance; training; logistics) supporting Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s air traffic control division.

ERAPSCO received $178,565,050 for up to 6,000 AN/SSQ-36; 95,000 AN/SSQ-53; 15,500 AN/SSQ-62; 10,000 AN/SSQ-101; 10,000 AN/SSQ-125 sonobuoys.

Northrop Grumman received $91,735,291 for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 3 program engineering, manufacturing and development.

Northrop Grumman received $53,151,809 for the Solid State High Power Laser Weapon System Demonstrator (LWSD) program.

Raytheon received $14,274,680 and received $14,097,392 to provide U.S. Navy and Malaysia with aircraft circuit card assemblies and radar set subassemblies. These were sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $128,943,658 for additional engineering services in support of the Zumwalt-class destroyer program.

Serco Inc. and SAIC received $17,959,283 and $17,113,248 respectively for production management & transition; integration & fabrication; system & component procurement; network integration engineering facility production services. Technical services install integrated systems ashore or aboard ships.

Ultra Electronics 3 Phoenix Inc. received $24,846,248 for engineering services for development, integration, testing, and logistic support of the Torpedo Warning System, which provides surface ships with the ability to detect torpedoes.

SPACE

Computer Sciences Raytheon (CSR) received $51,000,000 for services involving operation/maintenance of technical facilities, range functions, and range services in support of 45th Space Wing at Patrick AFB, Cape Canaveral AFS, and Ascension Island.

Exelis Inc. received $13,554,993 for ongoing technical services support for strategic systems programs reentry systems. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1) and (4).

Honeywell received $24,530,443 to upgrade remaining sides of the eight USAF Satellite Control Network sites. Honeywell will provide two additional hybrid remote tracking station block change (RBC) systems at Thule Tracking Station B-Side and Diego Garcia Tracking Station A-Side.

Lockheed Martin received $30,493,466 for Remote Sensing Directorate's SBIRS contractor logistics support. Work in Sunnyvale, CA, and Aurora, CO.

Northrop Grumman received $16,491,592 for Defense Support Program (DSP) satellite sustainment at Azusa, CA.

Range Generation Next received $8,558,088 for launch & test range system support function at Vandenberg & Patrick AFBs, Lompoc, CA; Coco Beach, FL.

CYBER, IT, COMMS & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Adaptive Methods Inc. received $8,448,000 for work associated with “Environmental Mission Planner – The Total Solution” for the U.S. Navy.

Barbaricum LLC; Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corp.; Data Systems Analysts Inc.; Professional Project Services; SMS Data Products Group; Solers Inc. received a combined $5,000,000,000 for cyber security and information systems technical tasks regarding software analysis, information assurance, knowledge management, information sharing, and modeling and simulation.

CACI and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. received a combined $49,500,000 for applied and advanced R&D to conduct leading-edge system of systems spectrum warfare applications and advanced technology development.

Glacier Technologies received $7,025,032 for admin support, data management & collection, instrumentation, information technology, and logistics support for the Test & Evaluation Technical Support Services. One bid solicited, one received.

Harris Corp. received $10,391,752 to support selected C4 systems and functions (exercise and contingency operations; web; test center; network infrastructure engineering; command and control and business systems; applications; information protection; event analysis) at Scott AFB.

Jacobs Technology received $85,429,000 for technical and engineering acquisition support services at Eglin AFB. This involves FMS.

Raytheon received $24,627,922 for operations and maintenance services ensuring availability of Cobra King and Gray Star's radar facility to collect on 100% of tasked data collection opportunities that pass through its field of view 24/7/365 at Patrick AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $22,907,353 for ARC 234 crypto-modernized baseband input/output (BBIO) module. Involves unnamed FMS. This is sole-source.

SAIC received $8,949,937 for data center internet services, Tier 1 and Tier 2 support for Headquarters Army Reserve Command, Fort Bragg.

SAIC received $9,376,024 for Integrated Booking System software development services in support of Army Surface Deployment & Distribution Command.

SAIC received $7,200,000 for storefront operations support at Letterkenny Army Depot in Northeast Zone 1 region. Graybar Electric Co. received $24,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Northeast Zone 2 region. Each was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Tapestry Solutions Inc. received $7,233,979 for sustainment of the current Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES) V 6.0 software while the ICODES V 7.0 software (on a separate contract) is developed and implemented.

ViaSat Inc. received $13,152,398 for Mini Crypto.

ICBM

Boeing received $110,109,415 to replace ICBM Minuteman III telemetry, test and termination systems.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Lockheed Martin received $784,289,883 to develop, deploy, test, and operate a Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR), which aims to provide persistent discrimination capability to the Ballistic Missile Defense system.

Lockheed Martin received $305,457,460 for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile production, upgrades, integration, sustainment, management, and logistics. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $200,000,000 to continue software/hardware maintenance; limited modeling & simulation; engineering; and radar & Ballistic Missile Defense System test planning, execution and analysis.

Raytheon received $50,353,389 for TOW missiles.

Raytheon received $16,619,241 for NATO Seasparrow Missile System Design Agent engineering and technical support. Purchases: USA (40%), Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Turkey as part of the NATO Seasparrow Consortium. This was not competitively procured, 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(4).

Raytheon received $14,594,880 for FY2016 SM-2 spares and containers and FY2016 SM-2 dual thrust rocket motor regrains.

Raytheon received $8,242,958 for manufacturing sources and material shortages efforts for SM-3 Block IB program.

TESTING & ARSENAL DEVELOPMENT

MEC DE JV received $25,000,000 for organic engineering, production, and quality assurance technical services for the Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing & Technology Center (JMTC).

Trax International received $7,412,001 for non-personal test support services for Yuma Proving Ground.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Syracuse Research Corp. Inc. received $7,128,211 to continue critical support to the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency (JIDA), J3X (Operations-Special Plans) Branch, Sensitive Integrated Office in Reston, VA; Tampa, FL; Virginia Beach, VA; Afghanistan, Iraq, and Qatar.

VEHICLES

AM General received $13,349,913 for utility vehicle torque convectors.

BAE Systems received $245,266,248 for 30 M109A7 self-propelled howitzers and 30 M992A3 carrier, ammunition, tracked vehicles.

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $17,647,924 for engineering change package parts supporting MMPV Type II and RG-31 legacy vehicles.

General Dynamics received $94,602,271 for Stryker sustainment services. One bid solicited, one received.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $13,725,871 for test support services (automotive, body armor, etc.) to Aberdeen Test Center at Aberdeen.

L-3 received $17,845,860 for 123 Bradley Fighting Vehicle transmissions and ancillary hardware.

SMALL ARMS

Otis Technology received $39,874,340 for weapon systems cleaning kits. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Barbaricum LLC; The Ravens Group received $49,875,000 for professional services to Rapid Equipping Force (REF).

KDH Defense Systems; Point Blank Enterprises Inc. received $14,601,731 for up to 35,000 Light Air Warrior systems.

CLOTHING

UNICOR/Federal Prison Industries received $12,075,000 for U.S. Army physical fitness uniform jackets.

CBRNE

McCrone Associated Inc. received $9,679,578 for non-personal services to process and analyze particle samples for Nuclear Test Ban Treaty verification for USAF Technical Applications Center nuclear directorate. Supports U.S. Atomic Energy Detection System.

GLOBAL LOGISTICS

Inspiritec Inc. received $8,294,145.39 for consolidated call center support services for the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC).

Jacobs Technology received $45,000,000 for global logistics and support services to the Army Sustainment Command Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) and Army Contracting Command-Rock Island (ACC- RI) LOGCAP and Reachback Divisions.

FUEL, ENERGY & WATER

Aloha Petroleum Ltd. received $23,214,071; Mid Pac Petroleum received $12,763,812 for various types of fuel.

Champion Energy Services received $7,600,000 for electricity at Sheppard AFB.

Chevron received $12,653,828 for Jet A fuel.

Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority received $17,800,766 for privatization and operation of NAS Key West wastewater utility system.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

Beacon Point Associates received $8,000,000 to distribute medical surgical items to facilities (inside & outside USA) participating in the electronic catalog program.

General Dynamics received $23,206,146 for production data processing, data validation operations, and security for Defense Health Services Systems PEO.

IntelliDyne LLC received $65,422,141 for non-classified services, facilities and miscellaneous material for Defense Health Agency.

Kiewit-Tuner JV received $570,746,952 to complete construction on the Eastern Colorado Health Care System replacement medical center facility in Aurora, CO.

Nihon Kohden America received $27,579,330 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables, spare parts and training.

Spacelabs Medical Inc. received $13,460,681 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables and training.

Staff Care Inc.; AB Staffing Solutions; Medical Doctor Associates; Consilium Staffing; Sterling Medical Associates received $8,000,000 for physician services at military treatment facilities in Southern Regional Medical Command.

Strategic Initial Outfitting Transition received $32,694,267 for delivery and installation of 463 pieces of medical equipment to 84 military treatment facilities worldwide. This is a sole-source acquisition.

USTRANSCOM & TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT

AAR Mobility Systems received $372,458,000 for shipping and storage containers, shelters and accessories.

American Bureau of Shipping received $8,000,000 for worldwide vessel classification services. This was not competitively procured, per 46 U.S. Code 3316.

American Overseas Marine received $16,908,828 for worldwide operation and maintenance of seven large, medium speed roll-on/roll-off ships.

American President Lines Ltd.; Farrell Lines Inc.; Liberty Global Logistics; National Air Cargo Group received $90,740,531 for worldwide commercial multimodal transportation.

Computer Sciences Corp. received $10,457,956 for AT21 capability development, integration and sustainment services in support of USTRANSCOM.

International Auto Logistics received $100,119,731 for transportation and storage services of privately owned vehicles.

Railroad Construction Co. received $8,668,764 for base operations support services at Naval Weapons Station Earle. Work provides for various railroad maintenance activities in Colts Neck, NJ.

Textainer Equipment Management (US) Ltd. received $16,651,027 for program management, leasing, transportation, and repair of intermodal equipment at multiple CONUS & OCONUS locations.

United Airlines ($18,066,800); MN Airlines ($26,804,623); Sierra Pacific Airlines ($8,028,926); Southwest ($24,812,370); Miami Air International ($8,104,683); Omni Air International ($8,410,615); Atlas Air Inc. ($13,789,950); Delta Airlines ($13,196,800); Phoenix Air Group ($6,721,810) received those funds for domestic charter airlift services.

VersAbility Resources Inc. received $16,195,784 for support services to load and stow subsistence and supplies onboard U.S. Navy ships.

For intermodal ocean and intermodal distribution services, contractors received: American President Lines ($37,111,044); Maersk Line Ltd. ($33,184,456); Farrell Lines Inc. ($20,061,729); Hapag-Lloyd USA ($10,548,648); American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier ($9,419,536); Liberty Global Logistics ($8,417,167).

FOOD SERVICES

Total: $28,819,852

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

Total: $47,032,160

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Total: $48,715,565

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

Total: $671,433,783

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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 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.

 

BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for September 2015

DOD spent $36,405,423,448+ on 647 individual contracts in September 2015

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 roughly $36,405,423,448 on 647 individual contracts during September 2015. This amount does not include 43 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $2,315,881,820.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Boeing (Insitu Inc.) received $6,874,313 for technical studies, conceptual design modifications and engineering to integrate the Cosworth AG engine onto RQ-21A.

Boeing (Insitu) received $8,702,731 for spares and parts required to maintain RQ-21A Blackjack in support of MEU work-ups, deployments, and squadron readiness training.

CAE USA Inc. received $33,931,498 for MQ-1/9 aircrew training and courseware development at Creech, Holloman, March, and Hancock.

Cosworth LLC received $6,959,356 to transition Cosworth's heavy-fuel compression-ignition UAV engine to a production ready and validated design for use in Insitu Small Tactical UAS airframe in support of U.S. Navy UAV Propulsion Team. Work in Northampton, UK.

General Atomics received $51,470,225 for MQ-9 structural integrity program.

General Atomics received $47,499,986 for MQ-1C engineering change proposal applicable to 19 aircraft, four lots of ground support equipment, and one lot of unique initial spares.

General Atomics received $29,527,049 to retrofit medium-altitude UAS Block 30 ground control stations.

General Atomics received $14,787,475 for the Gray Eagle performance-based logistics support for the Block 1 program.

General Atomics received $12,066,646 for MQ-9 electrical safety improvement retrofit kits on 60 AFSOC, ACC, and Air National Guard aircraft.

General Atomics received $9,250,320 for universal spares for mobile ground control stations, universal ground control stations, and universal satellite communications ground data terminals for Gray Eagle.

L-3 Communications received $9,149,870 for Predator Mission Aircrew Training System (PMATS) sustainment [34 PMATS production units, 13 brief/debrief stations and 11 local area network cabinets].

Northrop Grumman received $8,988,148 for sustainment engineering services support to the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator (BAMS-D).

Northrop Grumman received $3,200,000,000 for Global Hawk development, modernization, retrofit, and sustainment on all USAF variants. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Scientific Systems Co. Inc. (SSCI) received $6,600,242 to help advance navigation common capability (ANCC) by generalizing the process of integrating the technology into weapon systems. This is a sole-source acquisition.

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

Aerovironment Inc. received $9,049,306 to provide Ukraine with RQ-11B Raven analogy system. One bid solicited, one received.

AM General received $10,352,046 to provide Tunisia with 28 M1165A1 HMMWVs and Afghanistan with 22 ambulance shelters.

AM General received $10,623,168 to provide Iraq with 50 M115A1B1 HMMWV.

AM General received $11,351,579 to provide Lebanon with 50 HMMWV.

BAE Systems received $28,103,771 to provide Australia with M88A2 heavy equipment recovery combat utility lift evacuation system Hercules vehicle; and six M88A2 Hercules vehicles, six authorized spares, and two Australian unique spares kits.

Beechcraft Co. received $13,782,355 for logistics support and basic life support and security to Iraq’s King Air 350 program. Work will be in Iraq.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $20,879,917 for development, qualification test, integration, airworthiness substantiation, flight test demonstration and validation/verification of the unique configuration into MV-22B Block C and MV-22 containerized flight training device for Japan.

Boeing received $131,264,061 to provide Turkey with CH-47F.

Boeing received $22,311,055 to provide Saudi Arabia with 13 Harpoon tactical missiles and seven Harpoon air launch missile containers.

Boeing (Insitu) received $15,180,214 to provide Pakistan hardware and technical data for the Scan Eagle. Boeing (Insitu) received $9,396,512 to provide Cameroon one ScanEagle system. Boeing (Insitu) received $9,858,274 to provide Kenya one ScanEagle system.

BP received $32,670,960 to provide Israel with automotive gasoline.

Defense Munitions International received $84,710,000 to provide Iraq with 120mm armor piercing rounds.

General Dynamics received $12,719,178 to provide Australia with M1A2 Abrams tank heavy suspension components. One bid solicited, one received.

General Dynamics received $358,000,000 to convert 150 of Morocco’s M1A1 vehicles to the M1A1 situational awareness configuration. One bid solicited, one received. General Dynamics then received $358,000,000 to convert 150 of Morocco’s M1A1 vehicles to M1A1 situational awareness configuration. One bid solicited, one received.

General Electric received $12,008,296 to provide Saudi Arabia with eleven C-130J propellers and eighteen lots of related spare parts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Gentex Corp. received $7,797,000 to provide Afghanistan with advanced combat helmets. This was issued per FAR 6.302-2 and 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(2).

Harris Corp. received $65,669,054 to provide Ukraine, Lithuania, Lebanon, Chad, Niger, Mauritania, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Ethiopia with Harris Radio Systems, multiband AN/PRC-152A: AN/PRC-117G high frequency and dismount, antennas, BMS software, data terminals, touch tablets, field service reps, and training for installation, operation and maintenance. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 received $7,600,000 to provide Canada and Australia with M762A1/M767A1 safe and arm assemblies for the Precision Guidance Kit (PGK) program.

L-3 received $9,782,108 for ISR aircraft and training to Jordan’s Air Force (delivery/ferry 4 ISR aircraft; pilot, maintainer and mission system training; field service reps support). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $10,271,439 to provide Australia’s Navy with transmitter receivers. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $18,382,499 to repair various Low-Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night (LANTIRN) assets at Robins AFB. This involves unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $20,045,915 for MK48 Mod 7 Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System (CBASS) functional Item replacement kits and engineering. Includes FMS to Canada & the Netherlands.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $22,557,911 to provide Mexico with two UH-60M configured for Mexico’s Navy.

Lockheed Martin received $27,398,365 to provide Pakistan, Qatar, and Tunisia with Hellfire missile launch electronic assemblies and upper harnesses.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $46,142,640 to provide Slovakia with four UH-60M and equipment configured to customer requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $375,804,316 to provide Egypt, Pakistan, Tunisia, Indonesia, and Iraq with Hellfire II in containers. One bid solicited, one received.

Mack Defense LLC received $24,974,528 to provide Cameroon, Ethiopia, Somalia, Tunisia, and Uganda with 62 armored personnel carriers (left-hand/right-hand drive) and common spare parts. Manufactured in France.

Mission 1st Group Inc. received $19,439,379 to provide Kuwait and Afghanistan with unspecified goods or services. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $10,401,839 for V9 fire control radar spares & components to Iraq, Egypt, Oman and Morocco. This is sole-source.

Northrop Grumman received $32,458,183 to provide Tunisia with F-5 avionics upgrade and maintenance repairs. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Oshkosh Defense received $46,952,051 to provide Iraq 184 medium tactical vehicles.

Oshkosh Defense received $21,774,963 to provide Djibouti, Jordan, Kenya, Tunisia, UgandaEthiopia with 84 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (MTV) and 59 B-kits (supplemental armor).

Praemittias Group Inc. received $9,539,843 to provide Afghanistan with Wolfhound radio directing finding systems and spare parts. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $7,750,642 to provide UAE with technical services for the Hawk program. Work in the UAE.

Rockwell Collins received $105,875,594 to provide unnamed FMS with KC-135 Block 45 cockpit analog/digital upgrade Group B kits. This is sole-source.

S&K Aerospace LLC received $7,423,986 to repair/return classified items to support Saudi Arabia F‐15 fleet.

Sterlingwear of Boston Inc. received $6,787,669 for Afghanistan national police field jackets.

Textron received $56,176,864 to provide Afghanistan with 55 Mobile Strike Force vehicles (MSFV) with hardware and field service reps for system de-processing.

Thales-Raytheon Systems Co. received $22,732,500 to provide Latvia with Sentinel AN/MPQ-64F1 radars, spares, technical manuals, equipment, Sentinel operator and maintainer training. One bid solicited, one received.

Valero Marketing & Supply received $181,881,840 to provide Israel with aviation turbine fuel.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Fors Marsh Group received $8,102,156 for a multimedia outreach program (professional, technical, admin, and call center assistance to Army National Guard) in support of web-based marketing and outreach efforts delivered through NATIONALGUARD.com and approved social media platforms.

SUNDRY IC

Clark Construction Group LLC received $43,111,000 to design and construct a training facility with a SCIF at Ft. Belvoir.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $9,516,004 for enterprise engine software and hardware prototype system to satisfy DOD goals of optimizing information sharing within the IC, and to enable decision making while maximizing IC capabilities to discover, access, retain, store, share, and exploit information. This will be accomplished by designing, developing, testing, and evaluating technology for an enterprise engine, using model driven development methods and techniques that enable agile software adaptation to situational awareness and decision making. Additionally, there will be development and demonstration of prototype adaptations to support NGA and service-oriented tasks in the areas of mission analysis, agile mission processing, and mission knowledge-based situational assessments.

USAFRICOM

ECC-MEZZ LLC received $6,960,000 to build a perimeter boundary fence at Chabelley Air Base, Djibouti.

USPACOM

Cardno GS Inc.; Garcia & Associates; International Archaeology; Pacific Consulting Services received a combined $40,000,000 for projects (cultural resource management services, conducted in accordance with professional archaeological and historic preservation standards) primarily in NAVFAC Pacific.

USNORTHCOM

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $61,800,621 for air transportation (contractor’s rotary-winged aircraft for cargo and personnel) to 47 NWS sites.

Fortis Networks Inc. received $10,023,839 to replace the border fence in San Luis, AZ.

USSOUTHCOM

Centerra Integrated Services LLC received $30,000,000 for minor construction, alteration and repair of real property and utilities at Naval Station Guantánamo Bay. One task order ($171,397) refurbishes Beacon Tower in Building AV600.

Gilbane Federal received $8,430,000 for design and construction of a medical facility complex at Joint Task Force (JTF), Guantánamo Bay.

Ratcliff Construction Inc. received $7,783,462 to repair HVAC, roofs and latrines for JTF Naval Station Guantánamo Bay.

URS Group Inc. received $12,356,664 to build a dining facility at Guantánamo Bay.

USCENTCOM

AC First LLC received $108,882,154 for logistics support in Afghanistan.

American International Contractors Inc. received $9,848,000 to design/construct a furnishings warehouse and medical admin building at al-Udeid AB, Qatar.

Boeing (Insitu) received $9,466,578 for upgrades and modifications in support of ScanEagle. In addition, this includes: site activation/survey, training, program management, field service representatives, and associated data. Work will be performed in Hamat, Lebanon (85%); Bingen, WA (15%).

DynCorp International received $13,743,088 for aviation maintenance in Afghanistan.

DynCorp received $87,145,463 to maintain and repair government furnished facilities and property (meeting environmental compliance requirements) in Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, UAE, and Shaw AFB.

General Dynamics received $450,000,000 for communications systems acquisition, integration, installation, operations & maintenance in support of USAFCENT deployed mission requirements.

Leidos Inc. received $30,625,281 for continued operations, support, maintenance, logistics, and engineering on Night Eagle counter-IED airborne detection system in Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $7,454,634 for field service representative support for product manager radars contingency operations in Iraq. One bid solicited, one received. Not FMS.

MilServe International JLT; Al Badeel General Contracting; The Marshal Group (TMG); Ohio General Contracting received $45,000,000 for maintenance, repair, renovation, and construction in Southwest Asia.

UDC, USA Inc. received $8,589,959 for weapons support for Afghanistan. Work performed in Bulgaria.

Vectrus Systems received $14,640,798 for operation/maintenance of Title X communications equipment and information systems at NETCOM units in Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, UAE, and Bahrain.

Vectrus Systems received $46,967,693 for base operations and support in Qatar and its tenant organizations: Camp as-Sayliyah, Camp as-Sayliyah - South, and Falcon 78, Qatar.

USEUCOM

Parsons Inc. received $16,937,062 for Global Nuclear Security, Ukraine Nuclear Security & Readiness Program for DTRA in Kyiv, Ukraine.

USSOCOM

Arrow Security & Training LLC; Consulting Services Group LLC; Cyberspace Solutions LLC; Lukos/VATC JV; METIS Solutions; Mid Atlantic Professionals Inc. (d.b.a SSI); Venatôre – ITA LLC; Vistra/SAG JV received $450,000,000 for USSOCOM wide mission support (SWMS) services (subject matter experts, advisory services, instructors, financial management) at MacDill AFB.

Culmen International LLC received $26,723,699 to provide USSOCOM with ammunition. UDC USA Inc. received $7,263,370 to provide USSOCOM with ammunition.

Cydecor Inc.; Mayvin Consulting Group; SkyBridge Tactical received $49,000,000 for cross-functional services in support of Naval Special Warfare.

FLIR Surveillance Inc. received $49,900,000 for Combatant Craft Forward Looking Infrared variant 2 (CCFLIR2), a day/night and infrared imaging system for SOF maritime craft.

Harris Corp. received $390,000,000 for SOF tactical communications next generation handheld radios.

Laserdyne PTY Ltd. received $6,500,000 to procure/repair Black Opal flat panel displays with mounting bracket assembly. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $9,420,856 for engineering and one trial kit install for MC-130J modification to increment two configuration.

OGSystems; A-T Solutions; Leidos; and Barbaricum LLC received $750,000,000 for Systems Integrators/Coordinators to provide ISR-related equipment solutions and other services to USSOCOM re: (1) Hardware & Modifications, (2) Specialized Communication Solutions & Networks, (3) Signal Processing.

Solpac Construction Inc. received $9,258,350 to design and build a mobile communication detachment facility at Silver Strand Training Complex South, Coronado, for NSW Group One.

Solpac Construction Inc./Soltek Pacific Construction Co. received $26,602,000 for design/construction of a Logistics Support Unit One Operations Facility at Naval Base Coronado, which supports Naval Special Warfare, Group One.

DARPA

Amyris Inc. received $34,167,843 for R&D on a state-of-the-art open bio-fabrication facility under DARPA Living Foundries program, which aims to create revolutionary, biologically-based technology platform to provide new materials, capabilities, and manufacturing paradigms for DOD.

BAE Systems received $11,896,136 for DARPA’s Insight Phase 2 program.

Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. received $16,403,612 for phase two of a DARPA research program.

Galois Inc. received $6,760,150 for R&D services, including innovative R&D, proposals about data privacy and privacy science to provide tools to capture, test and evaluate technologies. Some work at Rutgers University (15%), George Mason University (6%), University of Bristol (19%).

IBM Corp. received $10,193,876 for DARPA’s Power Efficiency Revolution For Embedded Computing Technologies (PERFECT) program.

Leidos, Inc. received $7,890,740 to work on a DARPA’s Shared Spectrum Access for Radar and Communications (SSPARC), Coexistence Phase 2.

Leidos Inc. received $9,894,654 to support extended testing on Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV) in line with a MOA between DARPA and a DOD transition partner.

Northrop Grumman received $12,188,262 for Phase 2 of a DARPA research program.

Northrop Grumman received $22,028,188 to research DARPA’s 100 Gb/s RF backbone (100G) Phase 2 program (develop/test integrated prototype airborne datalink system that leverages advances in high-order modulation, spatial multiplexing, and other power/spectral efficiency technologies).

Zymergen Inc. received $12,162,780 to work on DARPA’s Living Foundries: 1000 Molecules program. Work in 11 distinct locations within USA.

ACADEMIA

The Microelectronics Advanced Research Corp. received $15,549,979 for year 4 of DARPA’s Focus Center Research Program (FCRP) - Semiconductor Technology Advanced Research Network (STARnet). The goal is to support a nationwide network of multi-university research centers that will keep DOD, U.S. semiconductor, and defense systems firms at the forefront of the microelectronics. Centers will discover solutions to problems expected to stymie future integrated circuit progress and to lay foundations for microsystems innovations once the improvements associated with Moore's Law are exhausted. FCRP STARnet: C-SPIN - University of Minnesota; FAME - UCLA; LEAST - Notre Dame; C-FAR - University of Michigan; SONIC Center - University of Illinois; TSRCUC Berkeley.

University of Alabama received $10,064,138 for clinical research support to guide 17a-ethynylestradiol-3-sulfate, sodium salt (EE-3-SO4) through FDA new drug investigation and bureaucratic phases.

University of Alabama received $32,374,508 for mission support of Aviation & Missile Research, Development, & Engineering Center (AMRDEC) on weapon systems, components and manufacturing technology. One bid solicited, one received.

Georgia Tech received $32,800,000 for R&D, engineering, state of-the-art and proof-of-concept sensor systems, and basic & advanced technology for MDA.

Georgia Tech (Research Institute) received $15,561,000 for IT and security support to IMCOM and Army Medical Command.

University of Pennsylvania Linguistic Data Consortium (LDC) received $7,744,259 to research Low Resource Languages for Emergent Incidents (LORELEI).

PROPULSION & MATERIALS RESEARCH

Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) received $134,865,818 for operation, maintenance, information management and support to Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC).

Barnes Aerospace (d.b.a. Windsor Airmotive) received $9,990,000 to remanufacture F100-PW-100/200/220/220E/229 engine rear turbine case.

General Electric received $29,283,964 for thermal management and advanced controls design/development in support of Variable Cycle Advanced Technology Phase II, Technology Development for next generation engines.

General Technical Services; Ideal Innovations; Primal Innovation received $49,990,318 for concept development for the Army Research Laboratory.

Northrop Grumman received $8,516,473 and received $8,516,473 for AFRL R&D on the Advanced Staring Infrared Search & Track Technologies program (come up with technology solutions supporting development of future airborne long-range offensive infrared search & track capability based on staring non-scanned system configuration).

UES Inc. received $32,307,768 for material and processing methodology R&D to create advanced materials/devices for future USAF assets and weapon systems applications. Work for AFRL at Wright-Patterson AFB.

UES Inc. received $45,000,000 for R&D efforts for the Soft Organic Functional Technology program (technical transition of biotechnology, biologically derived or inspired materials, flexible electronic materials, and devices for energy storage).

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $11,347,140 for remanufacture of F100-PW-100/200/220/220E/229 engine rear turbine case.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $11,649,573 to work on Variable Cycle Advanced Technology Phase II technology development (outline activities required to mature a critical coating technology in support of future carrier-based tactical aircraft, ISR naval aviation systems). United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $11,636,799 to work on Variable Cycle Advanced Technology Phase II technology development (outline activities required to mature adaptive controls to technology readiness level five in support of future carrier-based tactical aircraft, ISR naval aviation systems). United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $11,203,693 to work on Variable Cycle Advanced Technology Phase II technology development (outline activities required to progress the technology readiness level of an advanced molybdenum-based alloy via combustor arc sector testing in support of future carrier-based tactical aircraft, ISR naval aviation systems). United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $19,802,025 to work on Variable Cycle Advanced Technology Phase II Technology Development (outline activities required to mature a variable area turbine technology to technology readiness level five in support of future carrier-based tactical aircraft, naval ISR aviation systems).

Universal Technology Corp. received $49,000,000 for R&D to identify unique technical approaches to accomplish the invention, advancement, and transition of emerging, novel and innovative nondestructive evaluation/inspection, material state awareness, and structural health monitoring technologies.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) & RAPTOR (F-22)

American Systems Corp. received $6,826,190 for F-35 operational test and evaluation verification/validation at Edwards AFB. American Systems Corp. then received $6,585,921 for JSF air system operational test/eval execution team at Edwards AFB.

Harper Construction Co. Inc. received $22,397,265 to design/build a F-35 maintenance hangar and aircraft maintenance unit at Nellis AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $311,399,980 for F-35 Block 3F upgrade for USAF ($142,699,986; 46%); USMC ($86,199,996; 27%); USN ($61,000,000; 20%); and the UK $21,499,998; 7%).

Lockheed Martin received $28,777,974 to upgrade LRIP Autonomic Logistics Operating Unit and all fielded Autonomic Logistics Design Development (ALIS) systems to ALIS software release 2.0.2 in support of the F-35 for USAF ($12,164,704); USMC ($6,236,157); USN ($3,365,675); non-U.S. DOD participants ($5,874,056); and FMS ($1,137,382).

Lockheed Martin received $20,646,148 to provide additional funding for concurrency related changes to F-35 and supporting subsystems for USN/USMC ($15,483,768; 75%), USAF ($5,162,380; 25%).

Lockheed Martin received $8,186,214 for F-22 sustainment developing partner capability at Warner Robins AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $6,865,620 for F-22 solution identification and technical order data for Reliability & Maintainability Maturation Program (RAMMP) AF100FD.

United Technologies received $249,830,014 for LRIP Lot 9 F-135 propulsion system initial spares for the global pool, including initial spare engines, modules, and parts for USAF ($121,377,432; 49%); USN ($57,573,977; 23%); international partners ($62,853,526; 25%); and FMS ($8,025,079; 3%).

United Technologies Corp. received $10,642,496 to retrofit F-135 engines for USN/USMC ($10,447,740; 98%); international partners ($194,756; 2%), including installation of a redesigned lift fan inter-stage vane.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell-Boeing JPO received $19,828,419 for additional engineering in support of MV-22 Integrated Aircraft Survivability Equipment (IASE) universal urgent needs effort as well as 24 MV-22 IASE A-kits.

Honeywell International received $25,290,600 for panel assembly on MV-22. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

HELICOPTERS (PRIVATIZED)

AAR Airlift Group Inc. received $6,746,197 for worldwide ship-based and shore-based vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services. AAR will provide one detachment comprised of two helicopters, personnel, support equipment, and all supplies necessary to perform flight ops worldwide.

AAR Airlift Group Inc. received $14,365,660 for worldwide ship-based and shore-based vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services (includes search & rescue support; medical evacuations; passenger transfers; internal cargo movement; dynamic interface testing). AAR will provide two detachments (4 helicopters), personnel, support equipment, and all supplies necessary for flights in 5th Fleet and 7th Fleet AOR.

Erickson Helicopters Inc. received $7,297,558 for worldwide ship-based and shore-based vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services (include search and rescue support; medical evacuations; passenger transfers; internal cargo movement; and dynamic interface testing) in support of Commander, Naval Air Forces. Erickson will provide two helicopters, personnel, support equipment, and all supplies necessary to perform flight operations in the western Atlantic, U.S. 5th Fleet, and U.S. 6th Fleet AOR.

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $12,461,218 for one Longbow crew trainer for the Apache program.

BSC Partners LLC received $6,594,757 for one MH-60S Aircrew Virtual Environment Trainer, including technical data.

General Electric received $21,035,556 for T64 engine combustion chambers for U.S. Navy. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

General Electric received $79,574,620 to repair or replace T700 engine components utilized on the H-60 and AH-1W, along with receiving, warehousing, inventory management, packing, shipping, electronic data interchange requisitioning and commercial asset visibility reporting transactions of the T700 engine depot level component repair program.

General Electric received $94,613,814 to repair 17 T-64 engine components utilized CH53D/E and MH53E, along with providing spare parts for repairs, manufacturing, engineering, and technical support to Fleet Readiness Center East.

Lockheed Martin received $18,088,906 for field service reps support of sensor components of the AH-64D/E system. One bid solicited, one received.

Longbow LLC received $61,846,330 for 67 radar electronics units with spares. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $8,570,384 to manage, maintain and test AN/ASQ-235 Airborne Mine Neutralization System (AMNS) and its initial operational capability.

Sikorsky received $10,877,381 for one UH-60M for Army’s BEST Program.

Sikorsky received $16,378,859 for five cabin interior kits, updates to the validation kits install and tooling in support of the VH-3D cabin interior and environmental control system redesign program to reduce the total gross weight of the aircraft and allow for greater lift capability.

Sikorsky received $25,719,410 for maintenance and overhaul of Blackhawk helicopter blades.

Timken Aerospace Transmissions LLC received $46,388,901 for maintenance and overhaul of Apache AH-64 A/D main transmission.

FLIGHT TRAINING

AAI Corp. received $10,468,648 to change computational hardware and software specifications for B-1 training system's primary aircrew trainers.

Boeing received $9,218,776 for full non-recurring engineering in support of the T-45 training system.

CAE USA Inc. received $28,814,769 for KC-135 Aircrew Training Systems (upgrades & configuration management; hardware/software development; on-site & on-call maintenance) for aircrew training devices.

Cole Engineering Services Inc. received $13,441,766 for tactical trainers' post-deployment software support.

FlightSafety International Inc. received $6,698,648 for academic & simulator training on UC-35C and UC-35D aircraft for U.S. Navy’s Command Aircraft Crew Training program. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Flight Safety International Inc. received $35,094,752 for fixed-wing flight training services at Fort Rucker.

M1 Support Services received $20,029,841 to support ACC’s T-38 companion trainer program at Langley, Holloman, Beale, Tyndall and Whiteman AFB.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $54,930,262 for supplies and services in support of the F/A-18E/F Structures Service Life Assessment Program (Phase B4).

Boeing received $19,750,042 for engineering and logistics services to improve readiness, expand Interactive Electronic Technical Manual/Structural Repair Manual work packages, and maintenance planning for the F/A-18 and E/A-18G.

Boeing received $17,841,838 for depot-level service life extension and remanufacturing activities, including associated maintenance support and sustainment capabilities, for the F/A-18 and EA-18G.

Boeing received $11,130,573 for four flight critical engineering change proposals that address fracture critical and maintenance critical areas in support of F/A-18A-D service life extension program (Phase C2).

Boeing received $8,649,999 to incorporate MIDS Low Volume into the F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G. This includes one validation/verification and 29 follow-on kits.

General Electric received $26,582,369 for 242 F/A-18E/F and EA-18G FPU-12/A 480-gallon external fuel tanks (and program support) for USN (197 for $21,639,068; 81.4%); Australia (45 for $4,943,301; 18.6%).

L3 received $13,587,761 for Mission Package 15 standards and system configuration working group enhancements for the F-16 mission training center.

L-3 received $20,870,996 for aural cueing system and motion cueing system capabilities for the tactical operational flight trainer (TOFT) training systems in support of the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G.

Terma North America Inc. received $9,225,008 for Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command F-16 components, specifically F-16 Pylon Integrated Dispensing System universal flare up kits, test adapters, and spare items. Work in Denmark. This is a sole-source acquisition.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $7,108,334 for F100 fuel nozzle spare parts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Rolls-Royce received $22,398,733 for spare series IV T56-A-427A engines, power section modules, and reduction gear box modules in support of E-2D. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

POSEIDON

Boeing received $23,245,869 for testing high-altitude antisubmarine warfare weapons capability on the P-8A.

Boeing received $7,000,728 to correct aircrew training device discrepancies in P-8A program.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Lockheed Martin received $51,867,637 for C-130J readiness spares packages, support equipment, and initial spares. This involves unnamed FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $7,893,900 for C-130 aircrew training systems aircrew training device (ATD) computer rehost effort at Little Rock AFB, Dobbins ARB, JBLM, and Minneapolis Air National Guard Base, MN.

Lockheed Martin received $6,807,962 for C-130 aircraft structural integrity program, ensuring safety of flight, and to maintain the operational life cycle readiness. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Rolls-Royce received $11,205,746 for C-130J engine spare parts.

AERIAL REFUELING

Northrop Grumman received $8,106,421 for worldwide KC-10 logistic material support.

Omega Aerial Refueling received $31,924,040 for contractor owned/operated aircraft services (aerial refueling to DOD, government agencies, FMS, contractors) in support of the Contracted Air Services program.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Aviall Services Inc. received $809,660,481 to support the J85 program.

AVOX Systems received $12,146,573 for oxygen masks, stowage boxes, portable oxygen cylinders; cylinder pouches, brackets; thermal compensators; portable oxygen tanks, and associated engineering and technical support for U.S. Navy $10,102,570; 83%); Australia ($2,044,003; 17%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Ball Aerospace Technologies Inc. received $7,222,342 for work on "Stalker" or Long Range Electro-Optical/Infrared/Laser Range Finder production.

Boeing received $127,080,205 for integrated battle station for B-1 weapon system. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $20,542,960 for right inner wing panels; Boeing received $20,537,077 for left inner wing panels for U.S. Navy aircraft. These were sole-source acquisitions, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Boeing received $17,343,882 for guidance and navigation system repairs for multiple aircraft platforms. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $13,774,989 for R&D on the Directed Energy Directorate's Space Electro-optics Division; design and engineer next generation of adaptive optics, laser guidestar and other electro-optical systems; experiment to evaluate hardware/software; and maintain experimental equipment. This is sole-source.

CFM International received $13,857,795 for combustion chamber liners for USAF.

Doss Aviation Inc. received $25,240,299 for initial flight screening at Pueblo, CO.

DynCorp received $100,018,444 for maintenance & logistics on T-44, and organizational maintenance on T-6 for Navy pilot training.

Essex Electro Engineers Inc. received $16,789,836 for 72kW generators/ground power units that power USAF aircraft maintenance tasks.

Exelis Inc. received $17,964,380 for engineering on AN/ALQ-172 line replaceable unit (LRU)-4 countermeasures transmitter. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Exelis Inc. received $53,529, 747 for engineering and technical support to the Naval Research Laboratory Tactical Electronic Warfare Division. Research involves Advanced Decoy Architecture Payloads (ADAP) and delivering 99 ADAP payloads. This was sole-source, per FAR 6.302-2 - unusual and compelling urgency.

Fastenal Co. received $57,450,000 for point-of-use services, specifically consumable tools and supplies to production technicians throughout Ogden Air Logistics Complex and Aircraft Maintenance & Regeneration Group, AZ.

General Electric received $137,877,942 for service life extension program (SLEP) kits for 208 F101 engines for B-1 aircraft at Tinker AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Electric received $12,506,503 for USAF aircraft gutter assemblies. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Honeywell received $15,112,273 for B-1 performance-based logistics support.

Infoscitex Corp. received $24,500,000 to develop fundamental research tools in the areas of sensor exploitation, algorithm performance understanding and performance prediction. Work at Wright-Patterson AFB for AFRL.

Jacobs Technology received $21,235,801 for air operations center (AOC) interim sustainment services (engineering & technical) at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $160,238,440 for maintenance and logistics on roughly 200 T-45 aircraft at NAS Meridian, NAS Kingsville, NAS Pensacola, NAS Patuxent River.

L-3 received $57,231,214 for logistics support of T-1A at Vance AFB, Columbus AFB, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Laughlin AFB, NAS Pensacola.

L-3 received $29,455,331 for aircraft maintenance and logistical life cycle support for 53 C-12 aircraft.

L-3 received $23,541,980 for USAF aircraft electron tubes.

L-3 received $12,009,064 for maintenance, repair, and logistics for Chief of Naval Air Training intermediate maintenance departments at NAS Pensacola (60%) and NAS Corpus Christi (40%).

L-3 received $7,263,685 and $6,961,870 for mission communications systems for the VC-25A.

L-3 received $6,561,833 for two aerial optical change detection gimbal sensor systems, acceptance testing, and support for government operational testing. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $6,690,663 to help Air Tasking Order Management System (ATOMS) maintain legacy compatibility within the Command & Control Air Operations - Command & Control Information Services suite.

Lockheed Martin received $9,578,707 to provide a cockpit procedures trainer (CPT) technical solution spares to maintain CPT at Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, MCAS Cherry Point, MCAS Miramar, and MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.

Meggitt Inc. received $20,469,386 for USAF aircraft fuel cells.

Metalcraft Technologies Inc. received $42,984,443 for aircraft center sections for Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, Hill AFB.

Microwave Applications Group Inc. (MAGSMX) received $10,212,908 for 1,800 ferrite phase shifter modules to develop a closed loop passive electronically scanned array for the NAVAIR’s Test Readiness Management Center’s Closed Loop Passive Electronically Scanned Array (PESA) Project Office. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Moog Inc. received $29,996,640 to remanufacture and modify B-1B horizontal stabilizer servo-cylinders.

Northrop Grumman received $83,924,622 for an integrated battle command system.

Northrop Grumman (Amherst Systems) received $9,100,822 for engineering services to support the Electronic Warfare Avionics Integrated Support Facility Simulation Network. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $8,861,950 for procurement and repair of inertial measurement units (IMU), components, test equipment, spares, and test, teardown & evaluation. IMUs are a component of MTS. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $25,000,000 for maritime patrol & reconnaissance aircraft (MPRA) AN/APS-148 SeaVue radar system components, engineering, spares and repairs. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $11,380,118 for additional second-generation FLIR hardware and support services to preserve DOD’s “industrial base for these sensors.”

Raytheon received $10,667,190 for engineering and manufacturing for Joint Miniature Munitions Bomb Rack Unit (JMM BRU) development.

Raytheon received $7,766,055 for Multi-Spectral Targeting System (MTS) (AN/AAS-44 (V) 4) spare part kits.

Rockwell Collins received $12,037,910 for F-15 and KC-135 support on multiple separate contracts for spares, repairs and engineering. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Rockwell Collins received $12,902,501 for Mission Avionics System Trainer 2 upgrades, engineering, and systems integration on E-6B. Rockwell Collins Inc. received $11,688,668 for kits required to complete an engineering change proposal to upgrade E-6B workstations.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $141,019,568 for AN/ARC-210 family of electronic protection radio equipment for domestic and FMS aircraft.

Sabreliner Aviation LLC received $98,840,000 for engineering and research on material degradation (due to aging) for external customers, Center for Aircraft Structural Life Extension (CAStLE), and other- and non-government entities.

SAIC received $8,557,741 for Lot I production of 59 Common Aircraft Armament Test sets and 57 Pure Air Generator adapter sets. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $16,092,803 for specialized engineering, logistics and technical services in support of the AC-130J precision strike package sustainment logistics infrastructure and configuration control project. This is a sole-source acquisition.

S&K Global Solutions received $18,000,000 for material and travel to provide reliability, availability, and maintenance for pods sustaining software support to provide accurate and timely maintenance, inventory, performance, configuration, financial and readiness data on aircraft pods and other specialized avionics equipment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

SRC Inc. (SRC TEC) received $24,600,000 for 412 reliability maintainability and improvement kits. One bid solicited, one received.

Vinyl Technology received $9,909,459 for CSU-22/P advanced technology anti-gravity suits for USAF.

Woodward HRT Inc. received $9,715,941 for USAF aircraft linear actuating cylinders. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Wyle Laboratories Inc. received $16,584,611 for operational services in support of Naval Test Wing (NTW) squadrons & aircrew to ensure completion of mission-essential testing & evaluation for NTW manned air vehicles.

AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES

Exelis Inc. received $47,000,000 for engineering services applicable to the AN/ALQ-172 line replaceable unit (LRU)-8 countermeasures phased array antenna. This is the result of a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $13,259,396 for aircraft countermeasure receivers. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1). Lockheed Martin received $7,928,132 for aircraft countermeasure receivers. This was sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $7,449,000 for large aircraft infrared counter measures (LAIRCM - PDF) interim contractor support (ICS). Paid for with OCO funds.

Northrop Grumman received $14,534,000 for continuing engineering for the AN/ALQ-161A. Includes software changes to meet mission requirements and acknowledged Special Access Programs. This is a sole-source acquisition.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $26,523,481 for ship integration and test of Aegis Weapon System (AWS) for baselines through Advanced Capability Build 16.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Austal USA received $13,398,209 for supplies, services, labor and material in support of pre-shock trials emergent availability of PCU Jackson (LCS 6).

Computer Sciences Corp. received $20,328,475 for professional services in support of the LCS Program Office and the LCS Fleet Introduction and Sustainment Program Office.

Lockheed Martin received $8,676,460 to support fiscal 2016 USS Fort Worth (LCS-3) deployment.

Lockheed Martin received $13,989,104 to provide advance planning, material procurement, and work for emergent LCS availabilities.

Northrop Grumman received $8,683,137 for provisioned item order spares for Airborne Laser Mine Detection Systems in support of Program Executive Office LCS.

AIC received $12,257,729 for Mine Warfare and Environmental Decision Aids Library (MEDAL) in support of the Mine Warfare Program Office, under Program Executive Office, LCS.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

AMSEC LLC; Life Cycle Engineering; URS Federal Services Inc. received a combined $83,795,876 for services that include hull mechanical and electrical engineering, analytical, logistics, and technical support to ships on behalf of Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center. 5% of work: Spain; Italy; Bahrain; UAE; Guam).

BAE Systems received $13,705,115 for continuous maintenance planning & program management for ships operating/homeported in Pearl Harbor. BAE Systems later received $13,705,115 for FY2015 and FY2016 ship inter-availability planning (admin, continuous maintenance planning and program management) in Pearl Harbor, HI.

BAE Systems received $39,144,842 for scheduled drydocking selected restricted availability of USS Halsey (DDG 97) in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. BAE Systems received $53,633,494 for USS Milius (DDG 69) fiscal 2015 extended selected restricted availability. BAE Systems received $50,625,133 for USS Cape St. George (CG 71) fiscal 2015 extended dry-docking selected restricted availability in San Diego, CA.

General Atomics received $29,620,480 for material and labor necessary to manufacture-checkout the on-board repair parts in support of the electromagnetic aircraft launch system and advanced arresting gear on CVN 78.

General Dynamics received $7,016,356 for FY2016 inter-availability planning and administration of the LHA/LHD class ships.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $12,511,359 for long lead-time material and planning yard services for CG-47-class cruisers and DD 963-class destroyers.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $22,499,305 for material and advance planning of post-shakedown availability and selected restricted availability of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78).

Intevac Photonics received $25,000,000 to help develop advanced digital low light imaging module. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 received $8,372,505 for the service life extension program (SLEP) of one landing craft, air-cushioned vessel (LCAC).  L-3 received $7,050,440 for service life extension program (SLEP) of one landing craft, air-cushioned (LCAC) vessel.

Vigor Marine LLC received $9,309,630 for 55-calendar day shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Rappahannock (T-AO 204).

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $321,747,465 for design agent, planning yard, engineering and technical support for active nuclear submarines.

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $7,330,156; General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $7,430,988 for (already accomplished) procurement and manufacturing of Virginia-class submarine onboard repair parts.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $109,436,020 for engineering, technical, design, configuration management, integrated logistics, database management, R&D, and modernization for nuclear subs (Los Angeles-, Seawolf-, Virginia-, Ohio-class; special mission interfaces; support facilities; and potential FMS).

Lockheed Martin received $120,400,598 for AN/BVY-1 Integrated Submarine Imaging System (ISIS) engineering services and support.

Lockheed Martin received $73,525,370 for U.S. Navy FY2015 AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 surface ship undersea warfare (USW) system and shore site development systems for USN (93%) and Japan (7%).

L3 received $9,543,925 for L3 Q band traveling wave tubes (TWT) in support of the OE-562A/USC-38(V) submarine high data rate (SubHDR) antenna system mast group. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Northrop Grumman received $14,699,879 to provide USA and Australia with MK54 Mod 0 Lightweight Torpedo (LWT) array kits, and related engineering and repair services for upgrade of Navy LWTs.

Northrop Grumman received $12,479,046 to repair, overhaul and provide spare components for the mast motion sensor (MMS), an inertial navigation device, in support of the Submarine High Data Rate Antenna System (SubHDR) mast group for USN (63%); UK (38%). This was not competitively procured, FAR 6.302-1.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $44,900,057 for engineering assessments, equipment development, analysis, integration, and testing on MK48 multi-band sonar system (MBSS), specifically guidance and control sections. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Sippican/GSM Submarine Antenna JV received $30,890,543 for OE-538B [PDF] antenna upgrade, procurement of OE-538 and OE-538A antennas, provisioning items and engineering. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & (FAR Subpart 6.302-1) for SPAWAR, San Diego, CA.

Whitesell-Green, Inc. received $9,932,000 to build submarine maintenance facility at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

Adept Process Services Inc.; Bay City Marine Inc.; Delphinus Engineering Inc.; Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc.; Gulf Copper Ship Repair Inc.; Integrated Marine Services Inc.; Marine Group Boat Works; Miller Marine Inc.; NevWest Inc.; Nielsen Beaumont Inc.; Q.E.D. Systems Inc.; Willard Marine Inc. received $25,000,000 to provide marine boatyard services and industrial support for boats and vessels less than 15 meters or 50 feet in length primarily in San Diego, CA.

BAE Systems received $8,897,938 for work on Passive Electro-Optics/Infrared (EO/IR – PDF) and Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) Environment for In-stride Classification and Neutralization. This will detect, classify, and localize sea mines from an airborne vehicle.

DRS Laurel Technologies received $17,034,664 for the Common Processing System (CPS) Technology Insertion 16 production.

Exelis Inc. received $38,821,160 for AN/SPS-48G(V)(1) radar modification kits.

performed in Van Nuys, CA.

General Electric received $7,704,179 for science and technology research concerning materials for long life, high efficiency gas turbine engines for Naval Marine Propulsion (focus on LM2500).

Hornbeck Offshore Operators LLC received $26,615,520 for operation and maintenance of four blocking vessels for MSC. This was issued on an “other than full and open competition” basis, per FAR Sec 6.303.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $16,939,879 for incorporation of the lift and extraction requirement in the launch test capability for the U.S. Navy ($15,245,891; 90%); the UK ($1,693,988; 10%). Work in China Lake, CA.

Leidos Inc. received $9,168,872 for training/assistance (preparation, shipment, and management of U.S. Navy repairable assets) to the Technical Assistance for Repairable Processing services in support of NAVSUP weapon systems support. 15.2% of work OCONUS: Spain; Kuwait; Djibouti; UAE; Japan; Bahrain; Greece; Panama; Cuba; Thailand; South Korea; Philippines; Australia.

Lockheed Martin received $25,108,877 for: two Japanese auxiliary oceanographic surveillance twin line towed array systems; TL-29A spare array for USA; a towed array conversion, engineering, material, and travel under the Maritime Surveillance Systems Program Office, PEO Submarines, Naval Sea Systems Command. Purchases: USA (49%); Japan (51%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Metson Marine Services Inc. received $6,690,667 for maintenance; operations; logistics; vessel maintenance, modification, operation; equipment operation, repair; dock master services; asset inventory; and oil spill response for port operations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Navatek Ltd. received $6,944,578 to develop capabilities for a Navatek-developed software simulation tool, AEGIR, to combine simulation of mission performance and modern design practices for modern naval vessels to allow Navy designers to consider current and future mission requirements, and current and projected fleet assets, in both individual ship designs and in structuring fleet composition.

Navatek Ltd. received $6,942,667 for new concepts and improved analytic methods for naval applications. The main objective is to develop capabilities for a Navatek-developed software simulation tool, AEGIR; enhancing the computational tools to produce more efficient computation solutions and more robust approaches to processing complex geometries; test and refine these new methods; and adapt these new methods to the Navy standard design environment.

Northrop Grumman received $18,037,106 for field upgradeable kits and fleet support for conversion of the AN/AQS-24A systems to the AN/AQS-24B configuration in support of Airborne Mine Countermeasure Systems program.

Ocean Ships Inc. received $17,836,741 for operation & maintenance of expeditionary transfer dock ships: USNS Montford Point, USNS John Glenn.

Offshore Service Vessels Inc. received $9,149,268 to charter one maritime support vessel, MV C-Champion.

PAE Applied Technologies received $69,222,886 for range engineering and operations and maintenance services in support of Atlantic Test Range and Atlantic Targets and Marine Operations Division of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

Patriot Contract Services received $60,251,984 for operation and maintenance of eight government-owned (MSC) Watson-class large medium-speed roll-on/roll-off ships.

PCCI Inc. received $6,648,821 to upgrade San Diego Magnetic Measurement Range at Naval Base Point Loma, replacing existing underwater Type V sensor system with updated underwater electro‐magnetic measurement system.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. received $15,000,000 for undersea operations and services (deep ocean search, recovery, rescue; equipment storage, maintenance, deployment) to support the Director of Ocean Engineering, Supervisor of Salvage and Diving.

Prism Maritime LLC; CDI Marine Co.; Epsilon Systems Solutions; L3 Unidyne Inc.; Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received a combined $49,900,000 to install and de-install surface electronic warfare systems across multiple ship hulls for U.S. Navy (87.8%); Taiwan (5.3%); Saudi Arabia (4.8%); Philippines (2.1%).

Quality Performance Inc. received $26,096,301 for up to 60 Moriah wind systems [PDF], sub-components, components, repair, and inventory of parts/components for repair services and engineering change proposals in support of Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment Information Systems program. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $159,958,743 for MK 15 Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) upgrades, conversions, overhaul and associated hardware. CIWS is a fast-reaction terminal defense against low- and high-flying, high-speed maneuvering, anti-ship missile threats that have penetrated all other defenses. Work throughout USA; Ottobrunn, Germany (2.59%); Towcester, UK (1.35%). FMS funding in the amount of $1,217,923. This was not competitively procured, FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $35,970,624 for CEC shipboard planar array antenna assemblies and Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) ANUSG-3B airborne systems. Raytheon received $31,727,498 for CEC design agent and engineering services. Raytheon received $13,987,183 for CEC design agent and engineering services. CEC is a sensor netting system that significantly improves battle force anti-air warfare capability by extracting and distributing sensor-derived information such that the superset of this data is available to all participating CEC units.

Raytheon received $6,859,675 for the Naval Radar and Algorithm Upgrade Phase I program. Areas for ONR radar technology advancement include: incorporating electronic protection, synthetic aperture radar, inverse synthetic radar, ground moving target indication, maritime moving target indication, littoral and maritime surveillance.

Rolls Royce received $9,816,302 to develop marine material upgrades for the 501-K34 engine [PDF] including blade/vane alloys, coatings, and disk coatings.

TOTE Services Inc. received $7,363,245 for the operation and maintenance of the USNS VADM K.R. Wheeler and USNS Fast Tempo. The Wheeler is the nucleus of the Offshore Petroleum Discharge System, and the Fast Tempo, the support vessel.

Truston Technologies Inc.; Sound & Sea Technology Inc.; GPA Technologies Inc.; PCCI Inc.; and MAR Range Services LLC received a combined $28,000,000 for worldwide ocean engineering services (ocean cable systems, shipboard load handling, undersea work). Companies provide waterfront facilities, offshore structures, moorings, and construction equipment.

U.S. Marine Management Inc. received $49,155,636 for operation and maintenance of six Navy Oceanographic Survey Ships (T-AGS).

SPACE

The Aerospace Corp. received $828,255,889 for systems engineering and integration support for the national space community.

Analytical Graphics Inc. received $8,426,064 for commercial space operations center subscription service (space observation and analysis) at Schriever AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Centerra Group LLC received $9,471,935 for services (fire protection, emergency management, medical) for Cape Canaveral AFS.

Frontier Technology Inc. received $49,919,437 to support U.S. Navy's adaptation and application of a suite of computer automated tools for real time data analysis that produces actionable information to optimize readiness & life cycle cost including failure prediction and pre-placement of maintenance solutions. Improvements will be incorporated into existing MDA suites.

Harris Corporation received $39,749,731 for nine more months of operations, maintenance and logistics of Air Force Satellite Control Network at: 50th Space Wing (50SW), Schriever AFB; Colorado Springs, CO; Ellison Onizuka Satellite Ops Facility & Vandenberg Tracking Station, Vandenberg AFB; Diego Garcia Station, Diego Garcia; Guam Tracking Station, Andersen AFB; Hawaii Tracking Station, Kaena Point, Oahu, HI; New Boston AFS, NH; Eastern Vehicle Checkout Facility, Cape Canaveral AFS; Thule Tracking Station, Thule AB.

HDR Architecture Inc. received $100,000,000 to support NGA design & construction of a new campus to replace the second street facility in metropolitan St. Louis, MO.

InDyne Inc. received $10,270,285 for 45th Space Wing sustainment at Patrick AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $47,103,202 for FY2016 logistics support: 1) on-orbit sustainment & infrastructure support, and failure review board anomaly resolution 2) factory geosynchronous earth orbit spacecraft and space-based infrared system highly elliptical orbit sensor support 3) interim contractor support to sustain the factory facilities and equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $38,133,827 for Space-Based Infrared System logistics support and legacy sustainment baseline system studies in Colorado Springs, CO; Boulder, CO; and Greeley, CO.

Lockheed Martin received $11,031,154 for GPS III space vehicle production, including purchase of electrical ground support equipment and four mechanical ground support equipment units.

Magnolia River received $12,500,000 for services (photogrammetric, light detection, ranging, surveying and mapping).

Range Generation Next LLC received $8,087,335 for the frequency monitoring station phase II project at Vandenberg AFB.

Securboration Inc. received $40,000,000 to: work on Collaborative Event Processing Environment (CEPE) software development & enhancement of decision aiding tools; develop/transition research in semantics and related technologies to enhance warfighters using SBIR-developed technology.

Segovia Inc. (d.b.a. Inmarsat) received $450,000,000 for worldwide commercial telecommunications services to include satellite capacity in C, Ku, Ka, and X-Band for mobile & fixed satellite transceivers on various platforms.

SL-MTI Montevideo Technology received $9,874,032 for 1200 DC Motors, a highly specialized subassembly of the Propulsion System Rocket Engine. This is a sole-source acquisition.

United Launch Services received $7,095,067 for tooling and integrating the RL10B-2 B-cone with a “hatband” stiffening ring reinforcement to mitigate RL10B-2 Engine B-cone debris produced during normal ascent in support of Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program. This is a sole-source. FY2013 NRO missile procurement funds pay for part.

United Launch Services received $7,801,038 for mission unique launch support (auxiliary payload integration, geosynchronous orbit insertion capability, and primary space vehicle mission unique hardware) under EELV program for AFSPC-11 mission.

United Launch Services LLC received $232,939,333 for FY2015 launch vehicle production services (LVPS) on one Air Force Atlas V 411 and one Delta IV M+(5,2) configuration.

United Launch Services LLC received $882,095,707 for FY2016 Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle launch capability for Delta IV and Atlas V.

CYBER, IT, COMMS & CRYPTOGRAPHY Raytheon recently received a DHS contract worth up to $1 billion.

American Systems Corp. received $11,432,272 for six months of telephone and secure internet protocol services for the U.S. Army Reserve Command at Fort Bragg. One bid received.

BAE Systems; Battelle Memorial Institute; Booz Allen Hamilton; Bowhead System Management; ByLight Professional IT Services Inc.; Charles Stark Draper Laboratory; Envistacom LLC; Exelis Inc.; Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp.; Hickory Ground Solutions; Ideal Innovation Inc.; Janus Research Group Inc.; K2 Solutions Inc.; Leidos Inc.; STS International Inc.; and WinTec Arrowmaker Inc. received a combined $800,000,000 for R&D to “counteract asymmetrical threats.”

Blackhawk Management Corp. received $8,904,207 for depot-level repair, on-call technical assistance services, and reset for the Guardrail/Common Sensor Receiving Set, Radio AN/ARW-88(V) and Auxiliary Ground Equipment van.

One bid solicited, one received.

Black River Systems Co. received $7,999,778 to develop new capabilities for Advanced Wideband Processing WOLFJAW system by advancing geolocation techniques, specific signals for collection, and improving existing capabilities using new consumer off the shelf technology.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $6,863,823 for analysis, assessments, and deliverables in support of the operation and mission of deputy assistant SECDEF for communications, command and control, cyber and business systems.

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. received $17,553,372 to develop and enhance software tools and techniques that will address current cyber requirements.

Caprock Government Solutions Inc. received $10,048,699 to provide dark fiber, equipment, and commercial facilities to support DOD users in the continental U.S. Work at nine locations throughout southeast USA.

Carahsoft Technology Corp. received $49,834,676 for brand name commercial software, tightly integrated third party software, and software maintenance at Fort Belvoir.

Chenega Applied Solutions LLC received $7,452,998 to support and provide functional area expertise to the Capabilities Development and Integration Requirement Determination Directorate Fort Huachuca. One bid solicited, one received.

CNI Global Solutions LLC received $6,693,336 for base network support (incl. hardware, software) at Tinker AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Corp Ten International received $14,300,000 for services and materials required to support the existing surveillance data collection system (DCS), including hardware, software, airtime, technical and engineering services. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Cubic Defense Applications received $16,959,166 for secure live-virtual-constructive advanced training environment-advanced technology demonstration.

Equilateral Technologies (ETI) received $12,000,000 for ETI Spectrum Management Engine software licenses for Army Program Manager Warfighter Information Networks Tactical program at Aberdeen Proving Ground. This was issued per 10 U.S.C. §2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Fourth Dimension Engineering; Applied Research Associates; Booz Allen Hamilton received $49,701,849 for persistent surveillance, ISR mechanical and electro-mechanical design, fabrication, assembly, test/evaluation and documentation efforts.

Harris Corp. received $100,000,000 for radio system spare parts. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Harris Corp. received $45,115,653 for Block 10.2 ground communications systems, upgrades, and commercial end item antennas for use by: 10th Fleet Navy Cyber Warfare Development Group, USAF Space & Missile Command [This command doesn’t exist. One can assume the clerk intended to write “Space & Missile Systems Center.], and others. This equipment aids Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in R&D on alternate means of position time & navigation and communication capabilities for warfighters in the event of denial, failure, or malfunction of other GPS and military and communication systems. This was procured under other than full and open competition, per 10 U.S. Code Section 2304(c)(1).

Harris Corp. received $12,245,098 for high-frequency full loop antennae.

U.S. Army This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Identity Theft Guard Solutions LLC received $133,263,550 for commercially available data breach recovery services (credit & identity monitoring services, identity theft insurance, identity restoration services, website and call center services) in response to OPM data breach affecting 21.5 million individuals.

Interstate Electronics Corp. received $7,686,335 for Navy Mobile Instrumentation System Communications System Promina replacements, Position Reference System display SP alteration, and M350 radio frequency set.

L-3 received $13,363,649 for a certified common cryptographic core, portable key loader intelligence version, portable key loader garrison version, and portable key loader tactical version, with 20 productions units.

L3 received $19,650,973 for service desk support Army ITA.

Leidos Inc. received $18,745,838 for R&D to improve the ability to detect and geolocate high frequency emitters.

Leidos Inc. received $6,799,204 for R&D for the Directed Energy Directorate's High Power Technologies Division, developing new/innovative technologies for high power microwave sources and antennae. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $11,814,958 for RadioMapping software and hardware prototype system.

Logos Technologies received $18,245,842 to research spectral wide area airborne surveillance, inspection, and fusion technology.

MacAulay-Brown Inc.; Northrop Grumman; Georgia Tech Research Institute received a combined $24,000,000 for the source multiple integrated radio frequency R&D program (R&D passive & active RF systems: fire control targeting, simultaneous transmit/receive RF concepts, RF sensor resource management, geolocation algorithm development, simulation, test and evaluation activities, and integrated sensor system studies).

Metrova Federal LLC received $45,000,000 for cyberspace and electronic warfare support at Ft. Gordon.

MDA-Information Systems LLC received $7,140,426 to develop SDS Spiral 10.5 and Spiral 11, to perform software maintenance, and perform engineering studies for future SDS developmental spirals. This is a sole-source acquisition.

NCI Information Systems, Inc. received $41,697,200 for non-personal information technology services and support for Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM).

Northrop Grumman received $16,482,869 for Army Knowledge Online (AKO) operations and maintenance support at Ft. Belvoir, VA.

Oracle received $28,232,420 for post-deployment systems support, Increment 1 of Global Combat Support System - Marine Corps.

Raytheon received $14,181,030 for USAF aircraft frequency converters and electrical limiters. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $495,600,000 for depot-level repairables and consumable spare parts for the U.S. Army. This was a sole source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $9,276,427 for U.S. Army high-frequency radio spare parts. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

SAIC received $79,973,350 for integrated afloat & ashore tactical networks (Integrated Shipboard Networks System, Automated Digital Network System, Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System Maritime, Submarine Local Area Networks, Sensitive Compartment Information Networks, Consolidated Afloat Networks Enterprise Services) in-service engineering agent sustainment. SAIC also responds to official casualty reports, significant incidents, and remedy tickets from the SSC Pacific C4I Navy help desk.

SAIC received $10,770,430 for management and professional services (contract, project, and organizational management; admin and material acquisition support) to Ship & Air Integrated Division for DOD, joint service, federal agencies programs. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

SAIC received $40,133,482 for systems and computer resources support for Aviation & Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center, Software Engineering Directorate, ARDEC.

SES Partners LLC received $9,999,343 for the continued computer facilities management services for the Engineer Research & Development Center office of the chief information officer in service of the research, development, environment network.

Systems & Technology Research received $7,247,502 for R&D to detect and geolocate high frequency emitters.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $25,358,308 for IT support and services to support the mission of 5th Signal Command/U.S. Army Europe, USEUCOM, and USAFRICOM. Work will be performed in Germany (65.91%); Italy (4.61%); Israel (12.44%); Romania (3.13%); Bulgaria (3.13%); Kosovo (10.78%).

Whiting-Turner Contracting received $24,554,985 to build a stand-alone facility for cryptographic assurance operations, Ft. Gordon. One bid solicited, one received.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Arnold Defense & Electronics received $18,841,330 for 2.75-inch rocket launchers and/or launcher subcomponents.

BAE Systems received $8,822,412 for ordnance handling & management services (including: receive, inspect, store, issue, transport, load, manage all types of ammunition, explosives, and ordnance/weapons). BAE shall perform all tasks related to peacetime and wartime munitions operations.

Battelle Memorial Institute received $48,721,000; Riverside Research Institute received $48,721,000 for R&D to improve the security and reliability of microelectronics and embedded systems at Wright-Patterson AFB for AFRL.

Boeing received $36,350,863 for R&D leading to procurement of 60 long delay fuzes and development of embedded fuze system.

Engineering Research & Consulting received $15,275,308 for test planning, evaluation, and documentation support services for the Missiles & Sensors Test Directorate, Redstone Test Center. One bid solicited, one received.

Exelis Inc. received $12,388,204 for System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator, Ballistic Missile Early Warning System, and Pave Phased Array Warning System mobile depot maintenance and annual hardware maintenance and hardware surveillance projects. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Gayston Corp. received $79,681,874 for a max quantity for the 25-pound practice bomb and lug, MARK - 76, modification 5, practice bomb: 1,200,000: bomb dummy unit – 33 D/B practice bomb; 1,200,000; and the 25-pund practice bomb suspension lug: 1,200,000.

General Dynamics received $30,987,132 for (6,272) 120mm rifled M1105 illumination mortar cartridges used in Expeditionary Fire Support System (EFSS). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $8,727,403 for Patriot enhanced launcher electronic systems and fire solution software and hardware post-deployment fielding.

Lockheed Martin received $8,801,033 for equitable adjustment to security hardware, software, equipment installation, system test, accreditation, certification and delivery of nuclear weapon security system equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $31,565,000 for Trident II Navigation Subsystem Strategic Systems Program Shipboard Integration Increment 8 efforts. This was a sole source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $392,023,194 for Trident II (D5) missile production, D5 life extension development and production, and D5 deployed systems support.

M.A. Mortenson Co. Inc. received $22,758,900 to build a missile support facility at Naval Support Facility Dahlgren.

Manu Kai LLC received $76,269,409 for range operations support and base operations support services at the Pacific Missile Range Facility, Kauai, HI.

Modern Technology Solutions Inc. received $24,998,436 for Rapid ISR Technology Integration Program effort. This extends Phase 1 sensor resource management system and applies it to integration of air, ground and space sensor systems and their associated platforms to provide MDA ISR data products. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Nammo Talley Inc. received $97,200,000 for Shoulder-Launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) rounds (83mm high-explosive dual-purpose HX05; 83mm common practice HX07; 83mm novel explosive HA34) with respective inert cut-aways.

Northrop Grumman received $14,019,875 for ICBM propulsion sustainment at Hill AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $20,400,000 for tactical support for the Counter Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Program Office. Northrop Grumman later received $20,400,000 for tactical support for C-RAM Program Office.

Orbital ATK received $25,691,554 for M829A4 120mm armor piercing rounds.

Orbital ATK received $118,724,146 for Full Rate Production Lot 4 AARGM services for USN ($95,478,632; 80.4%), Australia ($11,945,683; 10%), Italy ($11,299,831; 9.6%). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1. Orbital ATK received $425,729,000 for FMU-139D/B fuzes and fuze accessory kits, including qualification and first article testing activities.

PeopleTec Inc. received $9,998,925 for controlled high-explosive response testing equipment tools to mitigate the high cost of impact testing while improving repeatability of current impact testing programs in Huntsville, AL for MDA.

Raytheon received $264,805,607 for AIM-9X system improvement program to provide additional capability and resolve obsolescence issues for USAF ($24,783,835; 53.35%); USN ($10,746,165; 23.15%); Turkey ($3,340,868; 7.2%); Netherlands ($1,900,000; 4.6%); Belgium ($2,098,917; 4.5%); Singapore ($1,960,000; 4.3%); Malaysia ($1,310,000; 2.8%); and South Korea ($285,000; 0.1%). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $227,047,688 for 447 AIM-9X Block II all up round tactical full-rate production Lot 15 missiles for USN (102), USAF (243), Japan (9), South Korea (76), Romania (12), and Israel (5). In addition, this provides 129 Block II captive air training missiles for USN (54), USAF (60), U.S. Army (2), South Korea (2), Romania (6), and Israel (5); 7 special air training missiles for U.S. Army; 174 all up round containers for USN (44), USAF (85), U.S. Army (10), Japan (3), South Korea (19), Romania (7), and Israel (6); 4 captive test missiles for U.S. Army (2), USN (1) and USAF (1); one test asset for USN; spares for USN, USAF; and 12 lots of spares for Australia (1), Finland (1), Singapore (1), South Korea (1), Switzerland (1), Morocco (1), Belgium (1), Saudi Arabia (1), Oman (2), Netherlands (1), and Romania (1). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (1).

Raytheon received $180,000,000 for AMRAAM program support and annual sustainment. A portion involves unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $100,000,000 for Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD) production support (system upgrades, integration, sustainment, management, logistics). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $86,214,000 for 13 Patriot radar digital processor upgrade kits.

Raytheon received $50,000,000 for support to AMRAAM AIM-120D system improvement program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $47,259,408 for mission support and sustainment on AIM-9X Sidewinder activities for U.S. Navy ($20,295,913; 42.94%); USAF ($20,295,912; 42.94%); Australia ($741,292; 1.57%); Denmark ($741,292; 1.57%); Finland ($741,292; 1.57%); South Korea ($741,292; 1.57%); Poland ($741,292.00; 1.57%); Saudi Arabia ($741,292; 1.57%); Singapore ($741,292; 1.57%); Switzerland ($741,292; 1.57%); Turkey ($737,247.00; 1.56%). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $35,416,511 for design and engineering services on RAM upgraded MK-31 guided-missile weapon system. This is sole-source, per FAR 6.302-4 and Defense FAR Supplement 206.302-4, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4).

Raytheon received $26,906,288 for combined crypto modernization Phase 1 and spares supporting the Patriot system. One bid solicited, one received. Raytheon later received another $26,906,288 for combined crypto modernization Phase 1 and spares supporting the Patriot system. One bid solicited, one received. Raytheon received $26,906,288 for combined crypto modernization Phase 1 and spares supporting the Patriot system. One bid solicited, one received. Raytheon received $26,906,288 for combined crypto modernization phase 1 and spares supporting the Patriot system. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $15,386,260 for SM-6 obsolete parts.

Raytheon received $15,172,697 to repair/sustain services in support of HARM for USA, Germany, Italy, Spain, Turkey, South Korea, Greece and the UAE. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302(a)(2)(ii). Raytheon received $10,793,422 to repair legacy control sections on HARM (AGM-88).

Raytheon received $15,000,000 for lifecycle management and technical services in support of the Tomahawk cruise missile depot facility for U.S. Navy ($14,700,000; 98%) and the UK ($300,000; 2%). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $12,400,000 to upgrade FY2015 Patriot weapons system for U.S. government customers.

Raytheon received $7,434,750 for engineering services in support of the Air & Missile Defense Radar (S-Band).

SAIC received $19,118,219 for systems and computer resources support for the Aviation & Missile, Development and Engineering Center, software engineering directorate, ARDEC. Work in Redstone Arsenal.

Teradyne Inc. received $45,681,315 for versatile depot automatic test station (VDATS) equipment parts at Warner Robins AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

TOTE Services Inc. received $9,922,681 for the operation and maintenance of the Sea-Based X-Band Radar platform (SBX-1) in the Pacific Ocean.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Engineering Remediation Resources Group received $9,900,000 for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP), USACE, NW Division, and existing customers.

Foster Miller Inc. received $12,300,000 for Dragon Runner-10 (DR-10) repair parts.

Foster-Miller Inc. received $9,883,527 for systems, parts, spare kits, accessories, reconditioning, conversion, engineering enhancements, and configuration management of the Man Transportable Robotic System MK2 series.

Heritage Disposal & Storage received $6,671,296 for demilitarization and disposal of 504,644 HC smoke canisters and 61,400 HC smoke pots.

Hourigan-Sundt JV received $35,730,775 to build an EOD consolidated operations facility at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story.

iRobot Corp. received $46,708,141 for Man-Transportable Robotic System MK 1 depot level repair parts, spares and depot services to include conversions and reconditioning. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

iRobot Corp. received $9,440,001 for man transportable robotic system (MTRS) MK 1 production, depot level repair parts, spare kits, consumables and approved accessories to include configuration management and engineering enhancements. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

KTU+A received $7,500,000 for planning and engineering services in NAVFAC Southeast, specifically Naval School EOD (EODS) at Eglin AFB.

LEIDOS received $71,857,231 for continued operations and sustainment of the Saturn Arch aerial (counter-IED) system. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $95,010,055 for Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare (JCREW) LRIP in support of the Expeditionary Warfare Program Office. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

RoboTeam received $25,000,000 for an EOD small robot, with logistics and maintenance support worldwide.

Textron (AAI Corp.) received $9,076,862 for universal test sets (UTS), engineering, and program/configuration management. UTS systems support the Joint Counter Radio Controlled IED Electronic Warfare program.

MOBILE RADAR

Lockheed Martin received $84,999,000 for seven AN/TPQ-53 IP radar systems.

Lockheed Martin received $33,390,000 for interim contractor support and contractor support services for all AN/TPQ-53 radar systems in FY2016.

Raytheon received $9,352,322 to procure and install 15 Version 8 upgrade kits to the Air Traffic Navigation Integration Coordination System (ATNAVICS) and a test station.

VEHICLES

AM General received $428,295,155 for M997A3-configured HMMWV ambulance chassis vehicles for U.S. Army domestic disaster relief.

Brighton Cromwell LLC received $40,808,419 for vehicle parts, service and modification kits.

Caterpillar received $7,036,128 for Type I T-9 dozer with Type A kits, Type II T-9 dozer with Type A kits, and T-9 C armor kits.

DRS Sustainment Systems received $25,532,720 for system technical support, sustainment system tech support, and postproduction software support for M1200 Armored Knight family of vehicles.

Hydraulics International Inc. received $8,835,210 to manufacture and deliver roughly 62 MJ-1E aerial stores lift trucks. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Oshkosh Defense received $10,033,271 for 1,020 tire and engine automatic fire extinguishing system kits in support of MRAP All-Terrain Vehicles.

Oshkosh Defense received $14,425,000 for integrated product support for MRAP all-terrain vehicles.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Airborne Systems received $17,416,920 for fabrication and shipment of RA-1 parachutes. One bid solicited, one received.

AQYR Tech received $100,000,000 for Global Broadcast Service (GBS) rucksack portable receiver suites (AN/PRS-12) and spares. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Chemring Ordnance received $22,584,132 for M201A1, M208, and M201A1 MOD3 fuses for M18/M83 smoke grenades.

Colt Defense LLC; FN America LLC received a combined $212,000,000 for M4 and M4A1 carbines “for the Army and others.”

Glock Inc. received $12,400,000 for weapons, magazines and spare parts.

KDH Defense Systems; Hawk Protection Inc.; Bethel Industries Inc. received a combined $9,800,000 for Soldier Protection System torso and extremity protection blast pelvic protectors. KDH Defense Systems; WS Darley; Quantico Tactical received a combined $50,340,096 for roughly 19,050 ultra-low visibility concealable body armor systems.

Mandus Group received $6,827,365 for trailer-mounted hydraulic system test and repair units.

Propper International received $128,037,522 for modular lightweight load-carrying equipment for USAF and U.S. Army.

R.A. Miller Industries received $8,730,080 for antenna long manpack assemblies for U.S. Army.

Revision Military Ltd. and Carter Enterprises LLC received a combined $23,172,141 for Soldier Protection System torso and extremity protection load distribution systems.

Wegmann USA received $28,491,008 for ammunition storage racks. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

CLOTHING

Burlington Apparel received $9,846,000 for poly/wool cloth for USAF uniforms.

Carter Industries received $11,635,115 for Navy and USAF coveralls.

McRae Industries received $7,119,315 for USMC hot-weather boots.

Pentaq Manufacturing Corp. received $31,895,125 for U.S. ACU trousers with permethrin. Pentaq Manufacturing Corp. received $18,499,173 for U.S. ACU trousers with permethrin. SNC Manufacturing received $99,793,805 for ACUs.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Battelle Memorial Institute received $185,410,211 for a cooperative agreement with the Army Educational Outreach Program for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education.

Bohemia Interactive Simulations Inc. received $12,327,000 for USMC specific software development packages for Virtual Battle Space and Post Deployment software support used in support of the Deployable Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) training systems. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Manufacturing Engineering Systems Inc. received $9,472,597 for Army Continuing Education System (ACES) centralized education support services at Ft. Sam Houston, TX.

Riptide Software Inc. received $47,000,000 for post-deployment software support and additional upgrade requirements in support of Combined Arms Command & Control Trainer Upgrade System (CACCTUS).

CBRNE

Avon Protective Systems received $13,140,130 for parts for the M50/M51 joint service general purpose mask. One bid solicited, one received.

Cleveland Biolabs Inc. received $9,226,455 to research mitigating and treating the effects of ionizing radiation.

Exelis Inc. received $9,700,000 for nuclear stockpile and CBRNE technical studies for USAF Nuclear Weapons Center. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) received $7,777,466 to advance R&D on gamma-tocotrienol as a radiation countermeasure.

FUEL & ENERGY

Avfuel Corp. received $6,674,754 for fuel.

Austin Brockenbrough & Associates LLP; Argus Consulting Inc.; Enterprise Engineering Inc.; GTP Consulting Engineers Inc.; Robert & Co.; Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. Inc.; Enterprise-Brockenbrough JV LLC; and Pond & Co. received a combined $99,000,000 to engineer and design petroleum, oils, and lubricants (POL) systems, and support USN/USMC facilities worldwide.

CH2M HILL / Clark Nexsen Energy Partners received $7,137,013 for mission assurance assessments of utility systems, industrial control systems (ICS), and energy/utility management control systems (EMCS/USCS) at USN/USMC installations worldwide.

CB&I Federal Services, LLC received $24,811,914 to repair the Miramar Fuel Pipeline at Naval Base Point Loma (NBPL).

Clipper Oil received $10,460,152; General Petroleum Corp. received $15,601,650; Growmark Inc. (d.b.a. Frontier-Servco FS) received $7,627,557; Harbor Enterprises Inc. received $10,559,926; Merlin Petroleum Company Inc. received $11,933,001; Plaza Marine Inc. received $34,259,796; Port Consolidated received $31,500,191; World Fuel Services Inc. received $23,445,240 for marine gas oil.

Equilon Enterprises ($261,637,994); Valero ($243,160,402); BP $242,072,272); Hawaii Independent Energy ($212,531,852); AltAir Paramount ($167,310,704); Western Refining Co. ($116,786,961); Petro Star Inc. ($114,913,560); Phillips 66 Co. ($114,763,137); US Oil Trading ($86,333,830); ExxonMobil ($64,169,489); Tesoro Refining & Marketing ($63,163,730); Sinclair Oil Corp. ($24,350,585); BP ($18,498,500); Epic Aviation ($16,151,792) received those amounts for various types of fuel.

Helix Electric Inc. received $14,232,000 for Building 308 essential bus and generator system equipment installation at Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg, PA, in support of DISA.

Mesa Energy Systems Inc. received $27,495,000 to design/construct steam plant decentralization at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.

Old Dominion Utility Services, Inc. received $75,942,694 and received $31,098,417 for unspecified U.S. Army and USAF contracts.

Refinery Associates of Texas received $83,116,000 for aviation turbine fuel.

Value Recovery Holding received $8,570,405 to support Office of Energy Initiatives (large-scale renewable energy, wind, solar, biomass, geothermal projects) leveraging third party financing.

Virginia Electric & Power Co. (d.b.a. Dominion Virginia Power) received $14,720,937 for renewable solar electric energy for Naval Station (NAVSTA) Norfolk. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Virginia Electric & Power received $10,562,821 for ownership, operation and maintenance of the electrical distribution system at Arlington National Cemetery.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

American Registry of Pathology received $13,798,709 for non-personal service for professional, scientific, technical, admin personnel to conduct forensic pathology, DNA analysis, and forensic toxicology. Work in Dover, DE.

Arsenal Medical Inc. received $10,406,397 to develop, conduct clinical trials, and obtain FDA approval of a wound stasis system medical device for intracavitary non-compressible hemorrhaging. Work at Ft. Detrick, MD.

BEAT (Business Enabled Acquisition & Technology) LLC; BRSI LP; Signature Performance received $85,616,802 for billing/collection to recover health care service costs to covered DOD beneficiaries from third party payers under the Third Party Collection Program at more than 70 USAF sites.

BioProtection Systems Corp. received $8,168,814 to advance the rVSV ZEBOV-GP (BPSC1001) candidate Ebola Zaire vaccine towards regulatory approval.

CACI-ISS received $15,172,257 for medical logistics non-personal services supporting the expeditionary/contingency medical materiel program.

Consolidated Safety Services Inc. received $6,800,000 for industrial hygiene surveys, workplace exposure assessments, data evaluation, and operations regarding the Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System Industrial Hygiene for the Army Medical Command and the Army Public Health Command. Work at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

Data Networks Corp. received $79,801,431 to support DHA requirements managers’ governance, requirements, and architecture management support.

Donald L. Mooney, Enterprises, LLC received $11,500,000 for licensed vocational nurse and certified nurse assistant services for the San Antonio Military Healthcare System. One bid solicited, one received.

Edifice-Schlosser JV LLC received $8,410,000 for security fence and equipment, and Entry Control Point 9, Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, National Inter-Agency Biodefense Campus, Ft. Detrick.

Goodwill Industries of San Antonio Contract Services received $8,441,899 for a non-personal services requirement to provide support to the Army Medical Department, patient administration division, for record processing services.

Grant Thornton LLP received $6,585,008 for integrative support services for the Defense Center of Excellence for psychological health and TBI.

Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine received $18,259,392 for research equipment (genome sequencing, magnetic resonance imaging, super resolution microscope, etc.) to support the genome-sequencing center, biomedical instrumentation center, and radiology department at Uniformed Services University and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Hospira WorldWide Inc. received $49,966,387 for pharmaceutical products.

IAP Worldwide Services Inc.; General Dynamics; BTF Solutions JV; Military Healthcare Outfitting & Transition received a combined $55,000,000 for services to provide total troop-ready project support for planning, outfitting, and transitioning the staff and patients associated with healthcare construction projects from 2010 to 2015.

Inflexion Management Services; Bridges Systems International; Communications Engineering, Inc.; Education Management Solutions; Human Circuit, Inc.; Innoface Systems, Inc.; KLC Network Services, Inc.; Maryland Sound & Images, Inc.; Mechdyne Corp.; National Capitol Contracting, LLC; Pershing Technologies, LLC; Strategic Communications, LLC; Team Systems International, LLC; Tribalco, LLC; Pragmatics, Inc.; Systems Plus, Inc.; Presentation Products, Inc. (d.b.a. Spinitar) received $51,000,000 for audio/visual and multi-media simulation support infrastructure, distribution planning, systems integration, technical support, and technical expertise for support/design, installation, operations and upgrade planning for all current/future Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences locations.

Mimic Technologies Inc. received $7,500,000 for medical training simulators and accessories.

Philips Healthcare received $18,802,500 for biomedical equipment maintenance at USAF and Army military treatment facilities.

Pryor Medical Devices received $14,384,565 for R&D of the resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta.

Sanaria Inc. received $7,580,374 for Phase II clinical trials and manufacturing malaria vaccine.

Shire US Inc. received $22,192,063 to provide DOD, VA, Bureau of Prisons, and the Indian Health Service with pharmaceuticals.

Sirona USA received $6,724,767 for dental prosthesis computer-aided design and manufacturing of chairside dental systems. This was sole-source, per FAR 8.405-6(a)(1)(i)(B).

Sirona Dental Inc. received $42,000,000 for dental equipment.

Synensis LLC received $13,957,134 to help identify safety risks & underlying causes, and make necessary improvements across USAF. This is a sole-source acquisition.

VW International Inc. (VWI) received $130,000,000 for transition facilities support services for the William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Ft. Bliss.

Westat Inc. received $12,136,555 to develop and license valproic acid for the treatment of patients with significant hemorrhage.

TRANSPORTATION 

Three companies (Alaska Airlines; National Air Cargo Group; Polar Air Cargo) received $51,040,549 for international commercial air express package delivery. Two companies (Federal Express; UPS) received $166,849,291 for international & domestic commercial air express package delivery service.

American President Lines Ltd., Farrell Lines Inc.; Liberty Global Logistics LLC; National Air Cargo Group Inc. each received $45,370,266 for commercial multimodal transportation worldwide.

CACI received $6,766,979 for continuing software development, architecture, and operations and sustainment for USTRANSCOM’s Defense Personal Property System.  DLT Solutions received $11,310,983 to provide an unlimited license agreement that allows for the unlimited growth of software licenses for the identified products throughout USTRANSCOM and its components at Scott AFB.

Keystone Prepositioning Services received $7,673,167 for worldwide operation and maintenance of three surge (cargo) sealift ships.

Sealift Inc. received $16,847,346 to charter one U.S. flagged, self-sustaining ship, M/V LTC John U.D. Page, to support U.S. Army's at-sea prepositioning. Sealift Inc. received $7,725,894 to charter one U.S. flagged, self-sustaining ship, M/V MAJ Bernard F. Fisher, to support USAF at-sea prepositioning.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Battelle Memorial Institute received $12,500,000 for worldwide environmental services and technology support to satisfy overall operational objectives of USN/USMC installations and other federal organizations worldwide.

H&S Environmental Inc.; Watermark Environmental Inc.; Osage of Virginia; NOREAS-CB&I JV; Tidewater-Sovereign Consulting JV received a combined $80,000,000 for environmental services and remediation within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic.

LG2 Environmental Solutions received $9,500,000 for planning, environmental, and engineering hydrology, hydraulics, and geotechnical services related to the planning function of that program. Services include preparation of documents as project plans, and feasibility studies.

MECx-BTS SDVOSB JV; HGS Engineering Inc.; IO Environmental & Infrastructure Inc.; TTL-EQM LLC JV; VRHabilis-KEMRON LLC JV received a combined $45,000,000 for environmental services and remedial actions for projects primarily at Naval Station Great Lakes.

MetalCraft Marine Inc. received $10,158,923 for oil spill response boom platforms (OSR BPs) and utility boats (UB).

SEKON Enterprises Inc. received $7,043,306 to add support for Defense Medical Information Exchange Program Management Office (PMO); Program Executive Office (PEO) Defense Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS); and the Joint Operational Medicine Information System (JOMIS) PMO. JOMIS PMO is charged with end-to-end life cycle acquisition responsibilities in support of a common operational medicine software baseline for the Military Health Systems.

Tetra Tech Inc. received $9,800,000 for analyses and reports; plans and specifications for flood control, coastal, environmental restoration, and sustainable engineering design projects.

Walsh-Butt JV received $8,998,000 for boiler maximum achievable control technology (MACT) repair, Wright-Patterson AFB.

FOOD SERVICES

DRS Environmental Systems Inc. received $12,726,485 for a multi-temperature refrigerated container system.

Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services received (on 3 Sept. 2015) $7,023,720 for full food services at Keesler AFB. Missouri Department of Social Services received $7,306,273 for food service at Ft. Leonard Wood dining facilities.

Nelson Refrigeration Inc. received $10,068,158 to add/alter an existing commissary at Fort Jackson.

Oregon Freeze Dry Inc. received $38,896,200 for boil-in-bag dehydrated egg mix for Unitized Group Ration Heat and Serve and Unitized Group Ration M programs.

Planters Bank Inc. received $20,014,677 for full food service for Ft. Bragg.

Sodexo Management Inc. received $113,436,464 for food service at all east coast continental USMC bases and stations.  Sodexo Management Inc. received $107,719,117 for food service at all west coast continental USMC bases and stations:  Camp Pendleton (49.45 percent); San Diego, California (21.21 percent); Twentynine Palms (16.14%); Miramar, CA (6.38%); Yuma, AZ (5.11%); and Bridgeport, CA (1.71%). Sodexo Management Inc. received $9,416,821 for nutrition food services at Joint Base San Antonio-Ft. Sam Houston, TX; Ft. Irwin; Ft. Jackson; Ft. Knox; Ft. Leonard Wood; Ft. Riley; Ft. Sill; Ft. Stewart; and U.S. Military Academy, West Point.

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (a.k.a. support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

Accent Controls Inc. received $6,870,962 for warehouse and distribution operations in Missouri and Florida.

AGBM-ATI JV received $8,215,267 for annual custodial services at Naval Station Norfolk and Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads.

American Water Operations & Maintenance Inc. received $298,941,378 for ownership, operation and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems at Vandenberg AFB. American Water Operations & Maintenance Inc. received $40,720,860 for continued work privatizing U.S. Army water and wastewater infrastructure in New Jersey and Louisiana.

The Atlantic Group LLC received $12,500,000 for architectural and engineering services for photogrammetric, LiDAR surveying and mapping.

Calibre received $9,784,797 for management information system services in Alexandria, VA.

Chugach Federal Solutions received $29,451,971 for installation support services of geographically separate locations (Eareckson AS; King Salmon AS; Wake Island).

Chugach Federal Solutions Inc. received $63,938,902 for base operations support at various installations in NAVFAC Northwest.

CommIT Enterprises Inc. received $33,771,517 for support services (planning, analysis, monitoring, evaluation, assessment, and documentation of programs) required to satisfy the Joint Staff J8’s Functional Capability Board’s needs.

Corix Infrastructure (US) Inc. received $33,974,685 for ownership, operation and maintenance of the natural gas, potable water and wastewater collection utility systems at Gillem Enclave, Georgia.

Diversified Service Contracting received $10,397,791 for base operations support at NAS Patuxent River.

EMCOR Government Services Inc. received $38,517,884 for base operations support at various installations within a 100-mile radius of the Washington Navy Yard.

Fluor Federal Solutions received $28,453,172 for base operations support services at NAS Pensacola and outlying areas; Saufley Field; Corry Station; and Bronson Field.

Information Technology Solutions & Consulting received $14,040,207 for a variety of acquisition and other related admin services to complement the government’s workplace capabilities.

Intergraph Government Solutions Corp. received $11,734,728 for on-site technical support for the Army Records Information Management System. One bid solicited, one received.

Jacobs Technology received $260,906,926 for test support for Aberdeen Proving Ground Test Center's automotive, firepower, survivability lethality, technology, and warfighter mission areas (range, lab, engineering/scientific, admin tasks).

KIRA received $39,121,184 for base operations and maintenance, Ft. Carson. One bid solicited, one received.

KPMG LLP received $10,860,881 for management, personnel and documentation services.

Mark Dunning Industries received $6,983,981 for base operations support services at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay.

Maxon Furniture, Inc. received $14,879,992 for delivery and installation of up to 850 workstations at the NAWCAD, Point Mugu and China Lake.

Medvolt LLC received $11,582,165 for sanitary sewer infrastructure repair and modernization at Ft. Carson.

National Industries for the Blind received $75,000,000 for specific contract management support for contract closeout services.

Northrop Grumman received $16,217,377 to help Robins AFB prepare data for transition into modernized USAF enterprise level systems. This is the result of a sole-source acquisition.

Nugate Group LLC received $33,594,083 for custodial services.

Old Dominion Utility Services, Inc. received $7,509,531 for ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and wastewater utility systems at Fort Story and Joint Base Langley-Eustis.

Pride Industries received $18,400,000 for base operations maintenance in support of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Tsay/Ferguson-Williams LLC received $30,366,565 for operations and maintenance, DPW, Ft. Stewart.

Wolf Creek Federal Services Inc. received $21,979,007 for base operations support at various installations in NAVFAC Northwest.

1st Coast Cargo Inc. received $39,344,645 for the Advanced Traceability & Control (ATAC) III program [tracking, tracing, packing, reporting, movement of valuable repairable parts from West Coast parent sites (San Diego, CA) and East Coast (Norfolk, VA) coasts, and smaller sites, as well as other electronic Retrograde Management System (eRMS) enabled DOD contractor facilities].

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

AECOM Technical Services Inc.; AMEC Programs Inc.; CDM Smith – Tigerbrain JV received a combined $950,000,000 for design/construction worldwide.

Baldridge & Assoc. Structural Engineering Inc.; Nagamine Okawa Engineers; KAI Hawaii Inc. received $9,900,000 for architectural/engineering projects in the Pacific.

Cardno GS Inc.; HDR Environmental Operations & Construction; Sundance-EA Associates JV; Sustainable Resources Group International Inc.; SWCA Inc. received a combined $49,000,000 for natural resources management services in NAVFAC Pacific. Includes FY2015 government of Japan direct cash funding.

CH2M Hill Inc. received $950,000,000 for worldwide design and construction service including supporting military construction, military family housing, and sustainment, restoration and modernization programs worldwide. The work includes efforts to perform Title I, Title II, and other A-E services to administer, coordinate, and technically support the Air Force Civil Engineer's MILCON and MFH to include military housing privatization initiatives.

Fung Associates Inc.; Bowers + Kubota Management Inc. received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering services on Pacific region projects.

GMI-ARCADIS JV; Parsons Brinkerhoff - FSB - H&A JV; Pond-J.M. Waller LLC received $950,000,000 for design/construction services to support military construction, military family housing, and sustainment, restoration and modernization programs worldwide.

Reliable Builders Inc. (Tamuning, Guam) received $8,199,500 for maintenance dredging of various wharves at Apra Harbor.

Shaw-Versar LLC received $950,000,000 for design and construction service including supporting military construction, family housing, and sustainment, restoration and modernization programs worldwide.

Tigerbrain/Cyntergy AEC received $950,000,000 for design and construction service including supporting military construction, military family housing, and sustainment, restoration and modernization programs worldwide.

Watts Constructors LLC received $15,912,149 to build the Marine Wing Support Squadron Facilities at North Ramp, Andersen AFB, Yigo, Guam.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

27 construction companies received a combined $10,000,000 for construction (includes heavy, highway, infrastructure, and building) for the state of Pennsylvania.

ADC Engineering Inc. received $7,500,000 for vertical construction architect and engineer at Joint Base Charleston, SC.

Adjuvant/Capital LLC; JDM Construction; MT JV; NJM Inc.; Ruiz-Tidewater JV received a combined $49,000,000 for construction at Joint Base San Antonio.

Aerostar SES LLC received $13,888,146 for design/repair of Bldg. 707 Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility. One bid solicited, one received.

Agile Infrastructure Services, Inc. received $10,000,000 for minor construction projects. Agile Infrastructure Services LLC received $45,000,000 for lake and dam general construction for the Savannah District, USACE.

American Posts LLC; Tiffin Metal Products received a combined $27,500,000 for metal fence posts.

Andritz Hydro Corp. received $10,134,589 to disassemble Dworshak Dam Powerhouse (Ahsahka, ID) main generator unit number 3; provide and install a new stator core and stator winding for the generator; reassemble the unit; and commission the unit.

Ashridge Inc. received $11,797,397 for Eagle Island Dike disposal area improvements, New Hanover and Brunswick Counties, NC.

Atherton Construction received $18,708,254 to construct family housing, Rock Island Arsenal, IL.

Avalon Contracting Inc.; Blue Mountain Mechanical; Holmes Mechanical Inc. received $9,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and construction at JBLM.

Barnard Construction Co. received $204,391,054 for construction on the C-44 Reservoir/Stormwater Treatment Area project, Indiantown, FL.

BergerABAM, Federal Way received $20,000,000 for architectural projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

Bethel-Webcor JV-1 received $8,617,000 to repair Building 17 at Bishop Point, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Blueridge General Inc. received $12,567,500 to construct an Army Reserve center at Fort Story.

BCP Construction of Hawaii received $15,186,981 for construction/renovation of the jet engine shop for the Hawaii Air ANG, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Bristol General Contractors LLC; CFM/Severn Associates 8(a) JV; Rand Enterprises Inc.; Ayak LLC; McFarland Atlantic Construction received a combined $49,000,000 to design and build and/or perform general construction in South Carolina and within the South Atlantic Division, USACE.

arters Contracting Services Inc. received $8,726,001 for levee enlargement, East Bank Mississippi River levees, Magna Vista - Brunswick, Mississippi.

CEMS Engineering Inc. received $7,500,000 to develop master planning docs for construction/infrastructure, and accomplish studies at Joint Base Charleston.

CEMS Engineering Inc. received $7,000,000 for architectural design and engineering for billeting and community support facilities for NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic.

CEMS Engineering Inc. received $8,000,000 for miscellaneous architect-engineer services at federal facilities administered by the Savannah District, USACE.

Cherokee Nation Construction Services received $14,839,510 to design/alter and repair building 315 network enterprise center at Fort Belvoir.

CH2M HILL-HDR JV received $45,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for the Army and Air National Guard.

Clark Nexsen Inc. received $30,000,000 for architect-engineering projects in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic.

Coffman Specialties Inc. received $6,985,000 to repair taxiway bravo two at NAS North Island. Coffman Specialties Inc. received $11,455,000 to repair Runway 12/30 at Naval Air Facility El Centro.

Connolly-Pacific Co. received $9,235,200 for Los Angeles-Long Beach breakwater repairs.

Cool Roofing Systems Inc.; Doyon Project Services received $10,000,000 for Tinker Aerospace Complex roof program, Building 9001, Tinker AFB.

Corcon Inc. received $6,839,260 to repair and repaint Chesapeake City Bridge railings, Chesapeake City, MD.

Corinthian Contractors received $12,599,900 for Russell Road infrastructure widening at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

Cotrell Contracting Corp. received $6,695,378 for dredging, Norfolk Harbor and Craney Island Reaches, and Norfolk International Terminal, Hampton Roads, VA.

Cox Construction Co. received $11,080,000 to construct a new communication/electrical maintenance facility at Camp Pendleton.

Cox Construction Co. received $21,671,500 to design/construct the Army Reserve Center, Riverside, CA.

DPR Hardin Construction -WGI JV received $11,795,000 to build a mobile communications detachment support facility at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek.

Doyon Project Services LLC; EMR Inc.; GP Absher One; Ocean Construction Services; Southeast Cherokee Construction; Syncon LLC received a combined $95,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Hampton Roads.

Faith Enterprises Inc. received $12,515,480 to repair the cadet gym (phase 7) at the U.S. Air Force Academy.

FARR Builders; Tejas Premier Building Contractor Inc.; All Phase Solutions LLC; and Journey Construction Inc. received a combined $100,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and construction at Dyess AFB.

FARR Builders; Belt Built Con-Cor JV; Cherokee Nation Construction Services; Unified Services of Texas; Primestar Construction received a combined $25,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Four Tribes Construction Services received $12,219,782 to renovate the Marine Reserve center, Brooklyn, NY. One bid solicited, one received.

Garco Construction Inc. received $15,878,000 for spillway gates lifecycle maintenance for the Chief Joseph Dam, Bridgeport, WA.

G-W Management Services received $9,757,000 to build a secure low-rise facility for Atlantic Test Range at NAS Patuxent River.

Goodloe Marine Inc. received $8,885,440 for pipeline dredging of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, TX.

Granite Construction Co. received $23,929,472 to replace the 13th Street Bridge, Vandenberg AFB.

Harry Pepper & Assoc. received $49,924,479 for Herbert Hoover Dike rehabilitation and reconstruction in Palm Beach County, FL.

Head Inc./Diaz JV was awarded received $31,346,816 to repair/replace Taxiway Alpha, Dyess AFB.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. received $103,000,000 to design/build projects for the Campus Feeders Project, Ft. Meade.

Honu’apu-Cadence JV LLC received $7,280,000 for maintenance, repair, and construction at Joint Base Andrews, MD, to include its Davidsonville and Brandywine communication sites.

Insight Pacific LLC received $20,522,100 to repair Headquarters PACAF Building 1102 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Interstate Electrical Contractors Inc. received $11,294,000 to replace existing oil filled cable system at the Ft. Randall project.

Islands Mechanical Contractor Inc.; Centerra-SJC II LLC; Munilla Construction Management LLC; Ratcliff Construction Inc.; RQ-URS JV; Sauer Inc. received a combined $95,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

 

  1. D'Amico received $18,031,846 for repair and maintenance of the steam and condensatechilled water distribution system at Hanscom AFB.

John Keno & Co. Inc. received $7,360,841 for ravine and coastal restoration work to restore five ravines (Janes, McCormick, Schenk, Scott and Bartlett) at Ft. Sheridan, IL.

John S. Meek Co. Inc. received $20,292,931 to improve the Lomas De Yorbe-Sur Levee, Yorba Linda, CA.

Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. received $22,693,310 for the East Fish Ladder Auxiliary Water Supply Backup System at the Dalles Dam, Klickitat County, WA.

Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. received $19,087,000 for Jetty A rehabilitation, Columbia, River, Illwaco, WA.

Kiewit Infrastructure South Co. received $16,089,010 to demolish/remove existing Herbert Hoover Dike Culvert C-6 and construct new water control structure S-267.

KMK Construction Inc. received $10,000,000 for maintenance, repairs, and minor construction work at Hanscom AFB; Hamilton, MA; Humarock, MA; and Cape Cod AFB.

Knight Construction & Supply Inc. received $11,000,000 to install a digital governor on hydroelectric power dams in the Pacific Northwest.

Korte Construction Co. received $18,103,108 to design and construct the Army Reserve Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Korte Construction Co. received $23,323,037 to renovate Naval Branch Health Clinic (NBHC), Building 1028, at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

Manson Construction Co. received $15,000,000 for Ataachafalaya Basin and Gulf Intracoastal Waterway projects and cutterhead dredge rental.

Manson Construction Co. received $86,722,210 for beach fill, Long Branch, NJ.

Milestone Contractors LP received $10,000,000 for horizontal construction projects at the Naval Support Activity Crane and Glendora Test Facility.

Mohawk Northeast Inc. received $10,545,000 to repair the east and west jetties, Nantucket harbor, MA.

Nan Inc. received $41,850,962 for construction/renovations of facilities (Marine UAV Squadron; Marine Wing Support Detachment; CH53E helicopter squadron) at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Newport Materials LLC received $18,300,189 for Hanscom AFB and Cape Cod AFB paving projects.

Noble Supply & Logistics received $9,000,000 for a contractor operated civil engineer supply store (materials, equipment and supplies) at Eglin AFB.

Odyssey International Inc. received $14,674,643 to put an addition on a component rebuild facility at Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, PA.

Orion Marine Contractors Inc. received $41,623,950 for seawall reconstruction at USAF long-range radar site on Cape Lisburne, AK.

Pave-Tech Inc.; Coffman Specialties Inc.; Baldi Bros. Inc.; Granite Construction Co.; Reyes Construction Inc. received a combined $240,000,000 for airfield paving (construction, renovation, and repair) within NAVFAC Southwest.

Pettibone Concrete Construction Inc. received $48,885,013 for Tyndall AFB airfield civil works.

P & S Construction Inc. received $8,457,900 for Navy Exchange Command main store expansion and renovation at Naval Submarine Base New London.

PVI Industries Inc. received $13,161,048 for advanced water heaters.

Rising Sun Developing Co. received $9,877,000 to construct a new alternative school in Martin, KY.

Riverview Contracting; Oddo Construction Services; Benaka Inc.; Adirondack Construction Co.; Northwind Engineering received a combined $50,000,000 ($10,000,000 each) for construction projects, Stratton ANG Base, Scotia, NY.

Road Builders Corp. received $95,000,000 for paving and resurfacing projects at various locations in Hawaii.

RQ-DPR JV received $53,262,000 for design/construction of Support Activity Operations Facilities One and Two at Naval Base Coronado.

S & R Construction JV received $35,899,825 for steam distribution system decentralization at Naval Base San Diego.

S&R Contracting Corp. received $7,481,065 for additional asbestos abatement in support of Walson Army Hospital demolition in Wrightstown, NJ.

Sauer Inc. received $12,475,000 to demolish the central steam system at Naval Station Great Lakes.

Seatrax Inc. received $6,998,000 to procure a new crane to be installed on a barge operated by the Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island district.

Sheffield Korte JV received $21,589,962 to design/build an Army Reserve Center in Arlington Heights, IL.

SMR Construction Inc. received $14,114,333 to build an Armed Forces Reserve Center addition in Ft. Worth, TX.

Straub Construction Inc. received $22,680,000 to build an air wing facility at NAS Fallon.

Structural Associates Inc. received $8,518,820 to construct a hydrant fueling system at Ellsworth AFB.

Summit Construction Inc. received $6,902,588 for architectural and refrigeration upgrades to the Fort Myer commissary.

Trend Construction Inc.; Summers Concrete Contracting; Sand Point Services; R. C. Construction Co.; Cutting Edge Concrete Services received $45,000,000 for airfield maintenance and construction.

Trimble Navigation Ltd. received $12,839,480 for 273 laser leveling systems (LLS), including transportation, installation, and training in support of surveying and grade control missions.

Trumbull Corp. received $56,735,642 for construction of the Charleroi Locks and Dam River Chamber completion on the Monongahela River, Pennsylvania.

Turner Construction received $35,510,944 to repair/upgrade infrastructure in a vivarium, Forest Glen Annex, Silver Spring Campus, Ft. Detrick.

Universal Construction Co. received $9,600,000 for facilities and infrastructure necessary to support the Intel Battalion Headquarters Group and the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company at Camp Lejeune.

VIRTEXCO Corp. received $12,277,800 to build a small arms range at the Yorktown Naval Weapons Station.

Walsh Federal JV received $70,086,000 to construct the Common Mission Control Center, Beale AFB.

Warwick Plumbing & Heating Corp. received $7,841,135 for construction maintenance repair of utilities distribution systems at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

WEB LLC received $8,693,000 to build a Visitor’s Quarters Navy Gateway Inns & Suites facility at NAS Joint Reserve Base, Belle Chasse, LA.

Weeks Marine Inc. received $6,521,000 for maintenance dredging of Brazos Island Harbor jetty channel around San Padre Island.

Whiting-Turner Contracting received $9,543,320 for construction of paint booth inserts/utility service upgrades at MCAS Cherry Point.

Whiting-Turner Contracting received $35,418,725 to renovate Building 501, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.

WM Builders Inc. received $46,527,000 for design and renovation of 1st Cavalry Division Headquarters, Ft. Hood.

W.M. Schlosser Co. Inc. received $34,377,000 to replace collapsed storm airfield drainage systems at Andrews AFB.

Wolf Creek Federal Services received $8,000,000 to repair various facilities at Joint Base Charleston, SC. This is a sole-source 8(a) acquisition.

Yaeger Architecture Inc. received $9,500,000 to support Combined Arms Campus historic renovations and restorations, Ft.  Leavenworth.

Tetra Tech Inc. received $8,000,000 for civil works planning studies for Albuquerque District Corps of Engineers. 3AE Green JV received $8,000,000 for civil works planning studies contract for the Albuquerque District Corps of Engineers.

DREDGING

Ahtna Design-Build Inc. received $6,690,144 to redistribute dredged materials within the project limits, create a 3- to 5-acre marsh and bird islands & ditch blocks, work on the east jetty, and incidental related work (Oakland, CA). One bid solicited, one received.

Cotrell Contracting Corp. received $15,000,000 for maintenance dredging of the James River, VA.

DONJON Marine Co. received $13,848,672 for maintenance dredging New Bay, NJ. DONJON Marine Co. received $11,552,862 for maintenance dredging Flushing Bay and Creek, Queens, NY.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $76,771,706 for dredging and rock removal, and deepening the main channel of the Delaware River. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $17,429,575 for dredging and unclassified excavation at Naval Reserve Basin. Work in Philadelphia, PA. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $11,561,846 for maintenance dredging Baltimore Harbor and channels. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $6,667,547 for maintenance dredging of Buttermilk Channel, Brooklyn, NY.

J.F. Brennan Co. received $8,725,600 to transfer dredged material from Crats Island to the Wabasha Gravel Pit (MN) via pipeline.

Manson Construction Co. received $6,895,500 for maintenance dredging Richmond Harbor, CA.

Mike Hooks Inc. received $9,848,000 for maintenance dredging of the Calcasieu River and Pass, LA.

Norfolk Dredging Co. received $11,613,200 for maintenance dredging, Delaware River from Philadelphia to Delaware Bay.

R.E. Staite Engineering Inc. received $10,325,450 for maintenance dredging the Redwood City, CA.

Weeks Marine Inc. received $25,000,000 for a cutterhead pipeline to dredge Pascagoula Harbor, MS.

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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 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.

BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for August 2015

DOD spent $37,886,446,686+ on 238 individual contracts in August 2015

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 $37,886,446,686 on 238 individual contracts during August 2015. This amount does not include 21 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $1,154,298,804.

Note: As of 15 August 2015, DOD changed the hyperlink format on their Contracts page, which may affect links from earlier in the month.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Archer Western Federal JV received $17,724,389 for unmanned aircraft systems hanger construction, Ft. Campbell.

Boeing (Insitu Inc.) received $8,810,938 for interim services (logistics, training and field service representative) in support of the RQ-21 Blackjack program.

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

Boeing received $14,579,980 to provide Turkey and the UAE with an unspecified amount of Chinook (CH-47) helicopters.

CAS Inc. received $8,651,520 for labor hours and travel supporting the Utility Helicopter Project office for: Mexico, Egypt, Taiwan, the UAE, Colombia, Jordan, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Sweden, and Slovakia.

Dillon Aero Inc. received $41,500,000 to provide Mexico, Chile, Peru, Philippines, Brazil, Japan, Australia, Macedonia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Tunisia, and Kenya with M134D and M134D-H spare parts and training. One bid solicited, one received.

DynCorp received $45,470,349 to provide Iraq with technical support for multiplatform vehicles. One bid solicited, one received. [The U.S. State Department has approved more than $18.6 billion FMS to Iraq since 2005.]

General Dynamics received $17,200,000 to remove and dispose of 50 M1A1 frontal turret armor packages for Morocco and install M1A1 situational awareness frontal turret armor packages. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $9,081,459 for PAC-3 missile field support for Taiwan.

Lockheed Martin received $32,289,173 for engineering services on the P-3 Fatigue Life Management Program for U.S. Navy ($4,197,592; 13.1%); NOAA ($430,522.30; 1.3%); NASA ($430,522.30; 1.3%); CBP ($430,522.30; 1.3%); Canada ($5,360,003; 16.6%), Australia ($5,360,003; 16.65), New Zealand ($5,360,003; 16.6%), Norway ($5,360,003; 16.6%), and Germany ($5,360,003; 16.6%). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $89,265,000 for system development and demonstration Phase I Increment 2, for the first aircraft arrival and initial operations in support of F-35A CTOL air system for Israel.

MAG DC Corp. received $12,850,402 for airlift support for Afghanistan’s Air Force.

Navistar Defense LLC received $368,932,767 to provide Afghanistan 2,293 medium tactical vehicles (MTV). One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $41,566,755 to provide Jordan and Estonia with Javelin Block 1 tactical rounds (354), tripods (36), and golden units (1).

Raytheon received $38,157,300 to provide Morocco for 200 thermal receiver units. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $29,746,484 for one-hundred MK54 Mod 0 Lightweight Torpedo (LWT) kits, engineering, and repair service for U.S. Navy. FMS (India, Turkey and Australia) get 68 kits.

Raytheon received $175,081,326 for Phase II of the Qatar Air & Missile Defense Operations Center (ADOC) program, including future integration of multiple air and missile systems into ADOC. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $12,690,726 to provide Estonia and Australia with command launch units and accessories.

Sikorsky received $14,813,184 to provide Taiwan with UH-60M trained pilots and maintenance to support fielding new aircraft and storage of four UH60s.

Textron received $17,434,922 to provide Afghanistan (National Army) with Mobile Strike Force Vehicle (MSFV) training support.

Thales Raytheon Systems received $82,606,668 to provide Finland, Lithuania, Netherlands, Chile sentinel radar technical/logistics. One bid solicited, one received.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $46,795,818 to provide Egypt, Iraq, Spain, and the UAE with receiving, repairing, maintaining, storing, preparing for issue, and issuing Army Prepositioned Stock-5 equipment in support of the 401st Army Field Support Battalion in Kuwait.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $11,989,972 for base maintenance and operations services in Turkey (Incirlik AB) and Spain.

USSOUTHCOM

Telecommunication Support Services received $8,865,684 for operations and support at the Joint Inter-Agency Task Force-South satellite communications facility in Key West, FL; and Mobile Air Surveillance System mission support activities throughout USSOUTHCOM AOR, primarily Colombia.

USCENTCOM

Academi (formerly Blackwater) received $8,330,202 for facility service support and private security contract/armed security in Afghanistan.

BAE Systems (One bid solicited, one received.) received $21,284,990; General Dynamics received $7,184,510 to service, inspect, and test Army Prepositioned Stock & Theater Sustainment Stock Bradley tracked vehicles in Kuwait.

Bethel Industries Inc. received $22,099,000 for field jackets for the ANA.

Centerra-Parsons Pacific received $62,113,029 for Navy Support Facility (Diego Garcia) base operations support services.

Fidelity Technologies Corp. received $8,948,799 to devise technical and maintenance training materials for ANSF’s PC-12NG aircraft.

Kellogg Brown & Root received $28,898,619 for base operations support services at Isa AB, Bahrain.

USSOCOM

SA Technical Services Inc.; Advanced Concepts Enterprises Inc. (ACEs); Streamline Defense LLC received a combined $45,000,000 for HQ AFSOC systems engineering and technical assistance services worldwide.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. received $22,856,626 for construction of a special operations training complex at Camp Lejeune.

DARPA

Battelle Memorial Institute received $7,930,827 to work on Phase 4 of DARPA’s Dialysis-Like Therapeutics - Integration program.

Aurora Flight Sciences Corp. received $15,350,660 for Phase II of DARPA’s Aircrew Labor In-cockpit Automation System (ALIAS) program. System will be demonstrated on a third aircraft, a UH-60 rotorcraft. Lockheed Martin (who now owns Sikorsky) received $9,787,539 for phase II of DARPA’s Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System (ALIAS). Sikorsky will conduct UH-60L based flight of Autonomous Crew Enhancement System (ACES) cargo-resupply mission and demonstrate ACES on a fixed-wing aircraft.

SRI International received $8,520,257 for DARPA R&D supporting innovative proposals regarding data privacy and privacy science to provide tools to capture, test and evaluate technologies.

The Regents of UC-Berkeley received $8,796,481 for Phase 3 of DARPA’s Power Efficiency Revolution For Embedded Computing Technologies (PERFECT).

ACADEMIA

Wright State Applied Research Corp. (WSARC) received $42,500,000 for human-machine teaming for ISR analysis for AFRL.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) & RAPTOR (F-22)

Korte Construction Co. received $10,090,000 to construct a four bay aircraft maintenance hangar for F-35A at Luke, AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $431,322,997 for F-35 production items (special tooling, test equipment) to meet production rates for USAF ($150,136,184; 34.81%); USN ($75,068,092; 17.40%); USMC ($75,068,092; 17.40%); non-DOD participants ($75,392,333; 17.48%); FMS ($55,658,296; 12.91%).

Lockheed Martin received $430,878,490 for non-air vehicle spares, support equipment, Autonomic Logistics Information System hardware and software upgrades, supply chain management, full mission simulators and non-recurring engineering services in support of LRIP Lot 9 F-35 for USAF ($136,308,496; 32%); Navy ($30,326,973; 7%); USMC ($32,762,358; 8%); non-DOD ($187,885,664; 44%); and FMS ($43,594,999; 10%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $26,069,178 for F-22 integrated maintenance information system of execution. This is a sole-source acquisition.

HELICOPTERS

Raytheon received $33,000,000 for 10 MH-60R full-rate production Airborne Low Frequency Sonar Lot XII systems.

SAIC received $11,838,878 for MH-60 (R&S) weapon systems support and sustainment for U.S. Navy (92%); Denmark (2%), Australia (2%), KSA (2%), and Brazil (2%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (1) implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Textron (Bell Helicopter) received $85,498,093 to conduct research for, and develop updates to, weapons systems as part of a system configuration set in support of H-1 for U.S. Navy ($80,498,093; 94.12 %) and Pakistan ($5,000,000; 5.88%). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Textron (Bell Helicopter) received $581,113,421 for 15 Lot 12 UH-1Y, 19 Lot 12 AH-1Z, one Lot 13 UH-1Y and 21 auxiliary fuel kits for USMC ($523,193,712; 90%) and Pakistan ($57,919,709; 10%).

TRAINING & EDUCATION

25 corporations (Textron; Boeing; CAE USA; Camber; CSC; Cubic; Flight Safety; L3; LB&B Associates Inc.; Lockheed Martin; Northrop Grumman; Raytheon; Aero Simulation Inc.; Aerospace Training Systems Partners JV; Aviation Training Consulting; Bowhead Systems Management; CTE JV; CymSTAR; Delaware Resource Group; DL PI JV; Fidelity Tech; Logistics Services International; Nakuuruq Solutions; Nova Technologies; Quadrant Training Solutions) received a combined $20,900,000,000 for analysis, design, development, production, installation, integration, test, and sustainment for USAF training systems encompassing complex aircrew, maintenance, and system-specific training systems in support of warfighter training worldwide.

Advanced IT Concepts Inc. received $45,000,000 for hardware to promote total life cycle support at the combat training centers and Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Capability.

Camber Corp. received $8,362,254 to work on Integration Training Solutions for Anti-Access/Area Denial Threat Environment for U.S. Navy Continuous Training Environment (NCTE). Specific focus on: Defense against Fast Attack Craft swarm threats, countering maritime mines, cyber warfare / EW, and denial or disruption of the electromagnetic spectrum.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Marvin Engineering Inc. received $16,319,520 for 420 LAU-127 [PDF] guided missile launchers to enable the F/A-18 to carry and launch AIM-120 and AIM-9X.

L3 received $12,900,000 for M7.1 operational flight program for the F-16 Mission Training Center (MTC).

Raytheon received $9,579,515 for 209 LAU 118/A aircraft-guided missile launchers in support of F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft.

Raytheon received $37,359,552 for 228 LAU-115 guided-missile launchers for U.S. Navy (220) and Switzerland (8) and 30 LAU-116 for U.S. Navy. Launchers enable F/A-18 aircraft to carry/launch AIM-120 and AIM-9X. Purchases: Navy ($36,281,000; 97%) and Switzerland ($1,078,552; 3%).

POSEIDON

Boeing received $1,489,387,310 for 9 U.S. Navy full-rate production Lot II P-8A, and 4 Australian FRP Lot II P-8A. This also provides long-lead parts to manufacture 20 P-8A FRP Lot III for U.S. Navy (16) and Australia (4), among other material. Purchases: USA ($1,057,056,575; 71%); Australia ($432,330,735; 29%).

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Lockheed Martin received $7,474,096 for C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-Engining Program (RERP) sustainment at Dover AFB. Lockheed Martin received $10,479,849 for the Aircraft Communications Addressing & Reporting System for C-5M fleet. This is a sole-source acquisition. Lockheed Martin received $240,521,529 for C-5 Galaxy reliability enhancement and re-engine program (RERP) Lot 7 installation.

Lockheed Martin received $9,100,899 for HC/MC-130J unique spares.

AERIAL REFUELING

Northrop Grumman received $34,298,950 for worldwide KC-10 logistic support.

Northrop Grumman received $13,143,496 for the Forward Fuel Cell Tank Reliability Improvement Program (KC-10).

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

BAE Systems received $248,200,000 for various electronic warfare, automatic test and support equipment systems including, but not limited to, F-16, C-130, B-1B ATE, APX 113, ALQ-161 and ALM -288. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $9,945,179; Lockheed Martin received $11,495,833; Northrop Grumman received $10,000,000; for JSTARS recapitalization, pre-engineering and manufacturing development.

Boeing received $8,351,411 for C-32/C-40 aircraft contractor logistics support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $46,719,474 for seven full-rate production Combat Network Communication Technology upgrade kits for the B-52 (including support equipment and installation) and 21 retrofit kits to convert previously purchased B-52 CNCT kits from LRIP configuration to full-rate production configuration.

DRS Technical Services received $54,168,789 for logistics support for maintaining and supporting the E-6B, and its associated support equipment.

Exelis Inc. received $38,209,265 for electronic countermeasures set line replacement units for USAF aircraft. This was sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

L-3 received $21,371,269 for business jet training (maritime air patrol, low/slow terrorist aircraft, air interdiction, helicopter maritime strike weapons school, laser, fixed-wing ground control approach, lost homing direction, air intercept/anti-submarine) in support of contracted air services basic training, large national exercises, and small, single unit training exercises.

Northrop Grumman received $15,121,851 for 106 the Large Aircraft Infrared Counter Measures Viper 2.1 lasers. Northrop Grumman received $35,372,762 to engineer, manufacture, develop and LRIP Common Infrared Countermeasure program (CIRCM).

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $14,904,140 to add overhaul kits on aircraft.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $10,304,533 for heads-up display units for USAF aircraft.

Rockwell Collins received $13,474,499 for one Block I modification aircraft kit and one VLF transmit terminal kit for the E-6B Mercury.

Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems received $20,864,770 for Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing system Night Vision Cueing & Display (NVCD) systems for Aircrew Systems program. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

Technovative Applications received $22,586,082 for R&D on radar tactical fire control.

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH

Engineering Research & Consulting Inc. received $82,153,023 for on-site R&D to the AFRL across a wide spectrum of propulsion-related areas at Edwards AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $82,751,404 for next generation technical services at Wright Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground; Stennis Space Center; Vicksburg, MS; Lorton, VA; and Bethesda, MD. One bid solicited, one received.

AEGIS

SAIC received $8,330,800 for engineering support (engineering analysis and expertise across portfolios: Aegis, Aegis fleet readiness, DDG 1000, enterprise configuration management, future combat systems, training systems, information assurance) in support of Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS) for USA (81%), Japan (8%), Australia (5%), South Korea (3%), Spain (2%), and Norway (1%).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

General Dynamics received $13,061,015 for LCS planning yard services (both variants).

Northrop Grumman received $38,541,198 to provide integration services for mission packages that will deploy from and integrate with LCS. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii)(B).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $11,279,619 for 45-calendar-day shipyard availability for overhaul & dry-docking of USNS Cesar Chavez (T-AKE 14) San Francisco, USA.

BAE Systems received $12,424,042 for USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79) FY2016 selected restricted availability (includes hull, machinery, electrical, electronics, ship alterations, and piping alteration and repair work).

BAE Systems received $22,590,026 for USS James E. Williams (DDG 95) FY2016 dry-docking selected restricted availability (structural repairs and habitability upgrades).

General Dynamics received $8,032,855 for engineering and technical services to support hull, mechanical/electrical systems and equipment on U.S. naval ships.

Puglia Engineering Inc.; Pacific Ship Repair & Fabrication Inc.; Delphinus Engineering Inc.; Q.E.D. Systems Inc.; Walashek Industrial & Marine; Propulsion Controls Engineering received a combined $15,000,000 for repair and maintenance on U.S. Navy waterborne vessels, surface ships and submarines.

Seaward Marine Services Inc. received $9,500,000; Seaward Marine Services Inc. received $7,500,000 for worldwide waterborne hull cleaning work to support the director of ocean engineering, supervisor of salvage and diving.

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $30,530,718 for integrated tube and hull E-fixtures in support of the Ohio Replacement Program common missile compartment for U.S. Navy (50%) and the UK (50%).

General Dynamics received $22,257,347 for USS North Dakota (SSN 784) post-delivery work period.

General Dynamics received $8,318,697 for onboard repair parts for Virginia-class submarines. General Dynamics received $8,190,684 for onboard repair parts for Virginia-class submarines.

Huntington Ingalls received $57,889,458 for planning needed for maintenance, upgrades and modernization on USS Columbus (SSN 762) during overhaul.

M.A. Mortenson Co. received $17,972,000 for construction of Waterfront Restricted Area South, land-water interface at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. received $15,155,333 for management, technical, engineering, and logistics support and associated supplies and equipment to operate and maintain the U.S. Navy’s submarine rescue system.

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

Alpha Marine Services received $6,965,712 for the time charter of six tractor-like tugs in support of Navy bases at Kings Bay, GA (50%); Mayport, FL (50%)

BAE Systems received $79,863,035 for work on MK 45 systems. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Booz Allen Hamilton received $26,765,034 for services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.Code 2304(c)(1).

DDL OMNI Engineering LLC received $10,900,000 for work on Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) efforts, entitled “Ship Mission Readiness Measurement System.”

General Dynamics received $29,015,709 for continued AN/USC-61(C) digital modular radios (DMR) production, spare components and supplies/services.

General Dynamics received $39,777,752 for engineering and technical services for the operations, maintenance and repair required for acoustic data acquisition, test range/support systems, and acoustic data analysis conducted at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division Acoustic Research Detachment.

Honeywell received $805,170,296; M.C. Dean Inc. received $853,777,308 for successful installation and operational certification of C4ISR systems for C4I, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command and other prospective USA and FMS customers. C4ISR systems are produced under other/separate deals and delivered for installation on surface ships, subs and shore stations worldwide.

Moog Inc. received $30,662,608 for aircraft-mounted gun actuation systems, engineering, repair. This was not competitively procured, 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $7,595,000 for 14 automatic voltage regulator production units required for the replacement of obsolete and unreliable turbine generator voltage regulators for Nimitz-class aircraft carriers.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $10,926,568 to support integrated shipboard and shore-based maintenance decision tool (for manpower reduction aboard Navy submarines, ships).

Raytheon received $65,060,438 for engineering and program support services for the relocatable over-the-horizon radar (ROTHR) supporting U.S. Navy Forces Surveillance Support Center (Chesapeake, VA). This is sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

SPACE

Aleut O&M Services LLC received $395,000,000 for Cape Canaveral AFS launch operations and infrastructure support.

GeoDecisions received $6,848,430 for a transportation geospatial information system (execute, report, visualize, collaborate, disseminate geospatial info).

Lockheed Martin received $10,071,486 for the Neptune Common Ground Architecture Implementation Phase II, extending Naval Research Laboratory's Neptune Common Ground Architecture capabilities for surveillance tasking and refactoring of space-based infra-red systems mission management functions to provide planning data for external use and real-time schedule management.

PreTalen Ltd. received $15,000,000 for position navigation and time autonomous negotiator applying cognitive effects-based analysis. PreTalen will extend the suite of custom software/hardware designed to simultaneously and autonomously test currently available Global Navigation Satellite System receivers across the threat spectrum. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $32,387,937 for GPS Next Generation Operational Control System development.

Range Generation Next LLC received $6,511,600 for launch and test range system support function to the Western Range in support of the Building 7000 relocation task. RGN will execute pre-staging efforts, initiate a portion of the range system relocations, and ensure completion of all infrastructure installation prior to initiating range downtime scheduled from 8 Mar 2016 – 28 Aug 2016.

Real Time Logic Inc. (RT Logic) received $48,913,935 for wideband remote monitoring sensor hardware.

United Paradyne Corp. received $8,536,102 for management, operations, maintenance and services to support launch programs for unconventional propellants, cryogenics and fuels accountability, personnel safety equipment, hazardous operations support, fleet management, systems and safety engineering, transient aircraft maintenance/aerospace ground equipment, and precision measurement equipment laboratory services at Vandenberg AFB.

Wolf Creek Federal Services received $19,050,151 for range operations (non-mission support communications) for the Eastern Range and Western Range; and base operating support and logistics for the Eastern Range. Work at Patrick AFB, Cape Canaveral AFS, and Ascension Auxiliary Air Field.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Adams Communication & Engineering Technology; DHPC Technologies; Eoir Technologies Inc.; Praxis Engineering Technologies Inc. received a combined $994,675,676 to support Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD).

Augustine Consulting Inc. received $9,790,387 for Nett Warrior software development, production and sustainment. One bid solicited, one received.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $37,895,538 for C4ISR services (quick reaction mission functions in C4ISR electronic systems and interoperability from rapid design through fabrication, maintenance/logistics of NAWCAD Special Communications Mission Solutions Division). This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Data Link Solutions received $366,519,730 and ViaSat Inc. received $514,305,457 for production and maintenance of MIDS Low Volume Terminal (LVT), which provides digital data and voice comms.

Jacobs Technology received $7,127,132 for engineering and technology acquisition support services at Hanscom AFB.

L-3 Communications received $8,207,261 for enhanced electronic intelligence exploitation processor software, hardware, and reports; Nyquist folding receiver software and reports; and Timberline II software, hardware and reports. L-3 will research, develop, and demonstrate enabling technologies and algorithms for real-time and near-real time automatic detection and measurement, processing, and exploitation of radio frequency emissions in support of ELINT.

Microsoft received $162,760,000 for Microsoft enterprise technical support services, necessary to obtain highly trained Microsoft Blue Badge Cardholder support.

NetCentrics Corp. received $18,062,724 for IT support to the Army Information Technology Agency (ITA), Washington, DC.

Northrop Grumman received $13,586,965 for non-personal IT for Army Regional Cyber Center-Europe, 5th Signal Command (Theater).

Noble Supply & Logistics received $262,500,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for tailored logistics support, Zone 2, Northeast region. SAIC received $315,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the tailored logistics support prime vendor program for Zone 1, Northeast region.

Thales-Raytheon received $12,481,823 to replace and integrate the Technical Data Link Interface Device within the Battle Control System.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Allied Mechanical Wisconsin received $9,946,272 for 500-pound iron practice bombs (BDU-50) for USAF training.

Boeing received $9,800,000 for early R&D and concept design on the Multi-Object Kill Vehicle.

Lockheed Martin (work in Sunnyvale, CA) received $9,679,107; and Raytheon (work in Tucson, AZ) received $9,775,608 to work on the Multi-Object Kill Vehicle: 1) define a concept that can destroy several objects by considering advanced sensors and factors; 2) define a proof-of-concept prototype and demonstrate risk mitigation steps & critical functional aspects; 3) assess technical maturity of concept, prioritize and nominate risk reduction tasks.

Teradyne Inc. received $25,000,000 for testers, spares, instrument calibration, software, cables, and engineering, technical, and factory support services (for Strategic Systems Programs missile, guidance, fire control, and navigation systems module test requirements for the D5 Life Extension (D5LE) Program. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1).

nLogic LLC received $16,104,764 for control and reporting center operation modules and associated support in Huntsville, AL.

WisEngineering LLC; Decilog Inc.; Intelligent Decision Systems Inc.; SimIs Inc.; and Subsystem Technologies Inc. received $49,778,189 for software development for the Tactical Effects, Protection & Interactive Technologies Directorate, Army ARDEC.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Northrop Grumman received $14,150,405 for the Advanced EOD Robotic System Increment 1, dismounted operations variant.

MOBILE RADAR

Northrop Grumman received $58,706,242 for Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (GATOR) Increment II Ground Weapons Locating Radar software, along with technical data packages, anti-tamper planning and developmental testing support. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

VEHICLES

Allison Transmission Inc. received $28,357,781 for X1100-3B Abrams M1A2 tank transmissions.

BAE Systems received $8,666,962 for 49 Fire Support Sensor System (FS3) mod kits and five authorized stockage list spares.

General Electric received $13,085,000 for three-six LM2500 engine overhauls.

Honeywell received $20,970,214 to revitalize AGT1500 engines.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. received $7,619,996 for technical and engineering services on the M1A2SEPV2 Abrams tank modernization.

MCT Industries Inc. received $13,739,050 for articulating staircase maintenance stands and hydraulic scissor lift maintenance stands.

Oshkosh Defense received $114,669,605 for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) LRIP and full-rate production.

Raytheon received $19,307,483 for 13 light armored vehicle (USMC) anti-tank modernization turret weapons systems.

Raytheon received $25,920,954 for spare parts for the AN/TPN-31(V) Air Traffic Navigation Integration & Coordination System (ATNAVICS) radar. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Tru-Hitch Inc. received $6,894,469 for integrated logistics support, lighting kits, and test support for the fifth wheel towing recovery device and tilt deck recovery trailer components of the Modular-Catastrophic Recovery System (MCRS).

URS Federal received $9,896,364 for vehicle mechanical support and supply management for Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) [2.5-ton, 5-ton, 10-ton] trucks at Red River Army Depot. One bid solicited, one received.

GEAR, EQUIPMENT & SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $6,593,520 for the SAROS battlefield oxygen system and accessories.

CAMSS Shelters received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters.

North American Manufacturing received $38,259,964 for military cots.

Northrop Grumman received $9,180,108 for Phase II of the ground/air task-oriented radar (G/ATOR) program managed by Program Executive Officer Land Systems, Quantico, VA. This is sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Technology & Supply Management received $8,165,877 for configuration management, integration, and training on U.S. Army’s Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) programs in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAVCAD) Special Surveillance Programs Division. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

CLOTHING

Coachys & Associates received $14,318,625 for extreme cold/wet weather parkas and jackets. Tennier Industries Inc. received $13,247,410 for extreme cold/wet weather parkas and jackets.

Golden Manufacturing Co. received $37,458,912 for ACU coats.

Puerto Rico Apparel Manufacturing Corp. received $15,882,075 for ACU.

CBRNE

Computer Sciences Corp. received $10,258,894 for technical expertise, policy knowledge, operational proficiency, collective training capability, deployed assistance teams, counter-WMD advocacy (addressing conventional proliferation challenged, enhancing national preparedness for CBRNE event consequences).

FLIR Detection, Inc. received $30,000,000 for Contamination Indicator Decontamination Assurance Systems (CIDAS).

GP Strategies received $29,627,843 for life cycle logistics support and chemical demilitarization training facility operation and maintenance.

FUEL & ENERGY

Delta Fuel Co. Inc. received $9,980,568 for marine gas oil. Ship Supply of Florida Inc. received $19,896,283 for marine gas oil.

CPD Alaska LLC received $64,563,882 for fuel services.

CPD Alaska LLC received $62,745,918 for various types of fuel. Petro Star Inc. received $145,549,416 for various types of fuel. Petro 49 Inc. received $51,591,725 for various types of fuel. Shoreside Petroleum Inc. received $21,502,518 for various types of fuel. Vitus Energy LLC received $8,294,881 for various types of fuel.

Maytag Aircraft/TK&K received $8,018,112 for receipt, storage and issue services for bulk and retail aviation and ground fuel. Some work in Germany.

Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. received $19,180,548 for Phase III project implementation of the energy conservation measure and energy conservation program at Tinker AFB.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

ABM Government Services; Global Engineering & Construction; J&J Worldwide Services; John J. Kirlin Special Projects; Robins & Morton; and United Excel Corp. received $249,000,000 for healthcare facility sustainment, restoration, and modernization programs for Army Medical Command (MEDCOM).

America's Staffing Partner Inc.; Health Facility Solutions; Laredo Technical Services; ASR International Corp.; Global Engineering Solutions Inc.; Stratitia Inc. received $40,000,000 for technical and administrative services.

Avkare Inc. (Pulaski, TN) received $26,948,092 for pharmaceuticals for DOD, VA, BOP, and IHS. Work in Tennessee and Israel.

Cardinal Health 200 Inc. received $1,019,313,488 and Owens & Minor Distribution Inc. received $240,332,793 for medical and surgical supplies for various TRICARE regions throughout the U.S.

Dynamics Research Corp. received $9,262,579 for brain injury program evaluation.

General Dynamics received $10,408,061 for security and maintenance services for the Military Health System.

The Janz Corporation received $20,000,000 for medical equipment.

Laboratory Corp. of America received $57,595,500 for laboratory testing services.

Magellan Behavioral Health received $7,737,646 for 24/7 operation of the Outreach Call Center for the Defense Centers of Excellence for TBI and Psychological Health, Maryland Heights, MO.

Stemnion Inc. received $9,051,277 for R&D services supporting Naval Medical Research Center’s cellular combat wound initiative.

TRANSPORTATION 

American President Lines; Farrell Lines Inc.; Liberty Global Logistics LLC; and National Air Cargo Group Inc. received $45,370,266 for international commercial multimodal transportation.

American President Lines LTD; Farrell Lines Inc.; Liberty Global Logistics LLC; and National Air Cargo Group Inc. each received $45,370,266 ($181,481,064 total) for international commercial multimodal transportation.

ENVIRONMENTAL

AECOM Technical Services Inc.; ARCADIS U.S. Inc.; CDM Federal Programs Corp.; CH2M Hill Inc.; Ecology & Environment Inc.; HDR O'Brien & Gere JV; and The Louis Berger Group Domestic Inc. received a combined $90,000,000 for architect/engineering services on the Multiple Environmental Government Acquisition program for Northwestern Division, USACE, and EPA Region 2.

CB&I Federal Services received $10,858,383 for shoreline revetment, waste consolidation, and remedial action at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard.

Hydroid Inc. received $7,259,574 to develop, fabricate, integrate and deliver one bathymetry mapping system sensor suite model.

FOOD SERVICES

AmeriQual Group LLC received $30,551,172 for first strike ration for all service branches.

Lakeview Center Inc. received $7,737,646 for dining facility attendants and contingency cook support at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Lakeview Center Inc. later received $7,737,646 for dining facility attendant and contingency cook services, Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Senn Brothers Produce received $35,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables for DOD in the South Carolina zone.

ACQUISITION SUPPORT SERVICES

AeroJet Rocketdyne Inc.; BAE Systems; Boeing; General Dynamics; L-3; Lockheed Martin; MBDA Inc.; Northrop Grumman; ATK Operations LLC; Raytheon; Rockwell Collins; Sierra Nevada Corp.; Textron; Applied Research Associates Inc.; Cummings Aerospace; Dynetics Inc.; HART Technologies; Integrated Solutions for Systems; Intuitive Research & Technology Corp.; SURVICE; Systima Inc.; Yulista Aviation received a combined $490,000,000 for the Agile Acquisition program at Eglin AFB.

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (a.k.a. base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

BAE Systems received $7,763,747 for material maintenance, transportation, and supply services, of U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, and all subordinate organizations and units. One bid solicited, one received.

Computer Sciences Corp. received $20,711,981 for services (development, design, production and sustainment support of enterprise-class information technology systems; particularly business systems including, but not limited to, pay, personnel, budget execution, orders writing, accounting and installation systems for USMC and DOD components, services, agencies) to support HQ, USMC, programs and resources, Technology Services Organization-required services as an enterprise business systems integrator for USMC.

Computer Sciences Corp. ($39,911,571); Serco Inc. ($45,981,714) received funding to support NAVSUP Business Systems Center (program management and technical support) for the Ordnance Information System.

Goodwill Industries received $26,458,820 for grounds maintenance services at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. received $42,823,800 to upgrade fire suppression and ventilation systems at Red Hill Fuel Storage Facility at the Naval Fleet Logistics Center, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

IBM; Accenture Federal Services; and Deloitte Consulting LLP received $67,100,000 for process improvement, reengineering, management and data services in support of NAVSUP Business Systems Center. This was not competitively procured under the authority set forth in 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc. received $88,000,000 to advise/assist long-term post-closing management in support of USAF privatization of military housing, enhanced use leasing, and other contracts actions as determined.

Joyner-Keeny PLLC; Woolpert Inc.; Maptech Inc.; and Cardno Inc. received a combined $10,000,000 for surveying and mapping in the Mobile District and the South Atlantic Division, USACE.

Magnum Inc. received $10,000,000 for envelope and facility alteration repair & construction at Philadelphia Naval Business Center and Naval Support Activity, Philadelphia.

Marton Technologies Inc. received $9,336,607 for logistics support, Ft. Riley.

ORBIS Sibro Inc. received $18,930,590 for scientific and engineering support to develop instrumentation systems and test facilities at Aberdeen Test Center, MD.

Potomac River Group received $35,300,000 to administer polygraph examinations for NCIS counterintelligence for Navy Insider Threat program.

Professional Contract Services Inc. received $7,932,770 for base operations and maintenance at the Detroit Arsenal. One bid solicited, one received.

VSE Corp. received $8,853,112 for maintenance readiness support for 63d RSC.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

AECOM Services Inc. received $30,000,000 to help prepare U.S. Navy and USMC planning and engineering services for worldwide work.

ASMD LLC received $100,000,000 for design and engineering services for various projects funded by Japan direct cash contributions and U.S. funds for the development of infrastructure and facilities covered by the Defense Policy Review Initiative and other projects under the cognizance of NAVFAC Pacific.

Work provides for design and engineering services for the execution and delivery of DOD 1391’s (DD form 1391); plans and specifications including design-build request for proposal contract documents and design-bid-build contract documents; technical surveys and reports including engineering investigation, site investigation, topographical survey, geotechnical investigation, and munitions of explosive concern investigation; functional analysis concept development/design charrettes; construction cost estimates, and post construction award services.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

Akima Construction Services LLC received $46,000,000; Banneker Ventures LLC received $46,000,000; Bering Straits Technical Services LLC received $41,550,745; Patriot Construction LLC received $36,340,000; Wycliffe Enterprises Inc. received $36,340,000 for construction at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

Ames Construction Inc. received $36,266,560 for irrigation and bypass construction on the Yellowstone River, Glendive, Montana.

Atlantic Icon Corp. received $8,000,000 for construction services at Patrick AFB.

Baker-Stanley-Cardno JV; Merrick-Atkins JV LLP; and Parsons Government Services Inc. received a combined $950,000,000 for architect-engineering services to support military construction, military family housing and sustainment, privatization, restoration and modernization programs worldwide.

Bell Contracting Inc. received $43,615,953 for support of the paving program at Tinker AFB.

Bristol Engineering Service Corp. received $14,982,443 to build a Type A high bay corrosion control hanger at MCAS Cherry Point.

Caddell Construction Co. (Delaware) LLC received $34,393,000 for construction of nuclear power training facilities at Joint Base Charleston.

CMGC Catamount; Complete Concrete Inc.; JE Hurley Construction Inc.; Mirador-NASCO JV; Pro-Mark Services Inc. received a combined $19,000,000 for construction projects in ND, SD, MT.

E.P. Doyle & Son LLP received $8,887,648 to build a power distribution building facility and install a standby power system at the Chicago Sanitary & Ship Canal Barrier I Backup Power & Control Gear Building, Romeoville, IL.

Garco Construction Inc. received $32,592,465 to replace fuel distribution facilities, Selfridge Air National Guard Base, MI.

Granite Construction Co. received $71,902,340 for dam modification and ancillary projects in Harris and Ft. Bend counties, TX.

Harper Construction Company received $18,106,594 to build Special Operations Forces Tactical Ground Mobility Training & Maintenance Facility at NAS Fallon.

Insight Pacific LLC received $13,385,000 to repair exterior windows throughout Building 67 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Jacobs/Huitt-Zollars JV received $48,000,000 for architectural and engineering services primarily for DHS.

Joseph Chow & Associates Inc. received $30,000,000 for multi-discipline services for large projects in NAVFAC Southwest.

Kiewitt Infrastructure Co. received $36,175,000 for tunnel construction and affiliated projects in Willow Springs, IL.

Lagan Construction LLC received $6,933,003 to repair Delta Hammerhead, Minot AFB.

Lapac Manufacturing Inc. received $9,322,800 for sandbags and poly sheeting for the National Flood Flight Center, Rock Island, IL.

Marinex Construction Inc. received $11,295,600 for Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, North Carolina, storm damage reduction.

MEB General Contractors received $15,685,100 to replace hydrant fuels systems at Robins AFB.

MEB General Contractors received $22,944,000 to replace and alter fuel distribution facilities at Craney Island and Defense Fuel Support Point (DFSP) Yorktown.

Methuen Construction Co. received $29,443,899 for structural shops consolidation and renovation at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.

Mobley Contractors Inc. received $15,374,855 for Bayou Meto Basin Canal 1000 Phase 2 construction, McRae, Arkansas.

MPR Assoc. Inc. received $10,000,000 for engineering and construction services, Hunting District, Great Lakes and Ohio River Divisions, USACE.

Odyssey International Inc. received $15,000,000 for construction, renovations, maintenance and repair at Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, PA.

PAE Professional Services received $90,000,000 for construction security monitoring services.

Rockford Corp. received $33,977,042 to construct a jet fuel (JP-8) hydrant system at Grissom Air Reserve Base.

Roy Anderson Corp. received $38,343,900 to build the Bolden Elementary-Middle School at MCAS Beaufort.

Shavers-Whittle received $35,123,842 for the hurricane protection system from New Orleans to Venice, Plaquemines Parish, LA.

Sheffield Korte JV received $21,427,802 to design and build an Army Reserve center in Waldorf, MD.

Southern Contracting LLC received $19,394,506 for the Grand Prairie Widen Canal Reservoir project in Davis Bluff, AR.

Southwind Construction Services received $9,145,000 for repair/renovation of ventilation systems in the southwest and center docks of Building 2122 at Tinker AFB.

Southwind Construction Services; HGL Construction, Inc.; and Ma-Chis Kawv IV received a combined $10,000,000 for construction services.

Taylor Engineering Inc. received $12,000,000 to build a planning center for coastal storm management.

Thalle Construction Co. Inc. received $27,591,875 for excavation, construction, and reclamation work for the Ft. Worth Central City project.

Tikigaq Construction received $10,274,274 to build Reservoir, No 1, McRae, Arkansas.

Walsh Gilbane JV received $206,445,000 to build a replacement laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Walsh Group Ventures received $14,851,238 to design and build the Systems Integration Maintenance Office, Ft. Campbell.

Watts Constructors LLC received $63,500,000 to build a command and control facility (Phase 2) at Ft. Shafter, Oahu.

Weldin Construction LLC received $20,000,000 for sustainment, restoration, and modernization to real property.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. received $16,837,876 to relocate Gate 6 Entry Control Point (ECP) at Naval Station Norfolk.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. received $9,128,684 for construction of an intelligence operations expansion complex at Camp Lejeune.

DREDGING

The Dutra Group received $14,329,929 for maintenance dredging in the inner and outer harbors of Oakland, CA.

Inland Dredging Co. received $12,621,950 for maintenance dredging of the Calcasieu River, LA.

Norfolk Dredging Co. received $13,355,872 for Prime Hook (Delaware) Beach Restoration.

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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 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.

An Introduction to Pentagon Contracts

A Guide to Breaking Down & Deciphering DOD Contracts

Hundreds of corporations profit directly from the Pentagon’s global wars. Understanding information about the Pentagon’s acquisition process is crucial to establishing and maintaining an informed citizenry. Using this guide, citizens can break down and decipher Department of Defense (DOD) contracts as an act of education, empowerment, or resistance.

The general format of a DOD contract involves:

NAME OF CORPORATION, City, State, has been awarded a $---,---,--- [TYPE of] contract for PRODUCT. Contractor will provide … [further details, often quite obscure, esoteric, or cloudy]. Work will be performed in City, State. Work is expected to be completed by Month, Day, Year. These types of funds are being allocated. This unit is the contracting activity [a.k.a. what DOD authority arranged for the purchase].

The main corporations supporting DOD are: Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Textron, and United Technologies. Other frequent contributors include: BAE Systems, CACI, Exelis, General Atomics, General Dynamics, General Electric, Honeywell, Huntington Ingalls, Jacobs Engineering, L3, Orbital ATK, Rockwell Collins, Rolls Royce, and SAIC. Hundreds of other corporations, big and small, cover the landscape.

DOD employs many different contract types. They have fancy names, which vary depending on: whether or how they can be adjusted at a later date; the quantity of the product involved; the product’s delivery schedule; and anticipated price fluctuations. Examples of contract types include: firm-fixed-price; firm-fixed-price with economic adjustment; firm-fixed-fee; cost-plus-fixed-fee; and indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity. For thorough elaboration, consult the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).

Exorbitant initial costs worry the taxpayer. Subsequent costs are tacked on later in the form of modifications. Modifications are adjustments and additions to existing contracts. Corporations make a lot of money from modifications. Corporations justify modifications by claiming need for frequent maintenance, upkeep, tweaking, and upgrading.

The product varies. The product can involve: so-called unmanned vehicles; advertising and recruitment; weaponry and materiel; aircraft and maintenance; payment to universities for academic collusion; extortionate weapons platforms, like Aegis, Littoral Combat Ships (LCS), or the X-Band radar; clothing and gear; fuel and energy; medical and dental services; environmental remediation; food services; base administration and logistics; domestic and overseas construction projects; river dredging; or many other goods and services.

Look at this example, which has been revised to highlight the important parts:

Airtec Inc.,* California, Maryland, is being awarded an $80,661,914 modification against a previously issued firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (N68335-14-D-0030) for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) services in support of the U.S. Southern Command. The contractor will provide ISR services utilizing a contractor-owned, contractor-operated Bombardier DHC-8/200 multi-sensor aircraft, with government-furnished property previously installed on the aircraft. Work will be performed in Bogota, Columbia (90 percent); and California, Maryland (10 percent), and is expected to be completed in September 2018. No funds will be obligated at time of award. Funds will be obligated on individual delivery orders as they are issued. The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, New Jersey, is the contracting activity.

The aforementioned contract now becomes:

Airtec Inc. received $80,661,914 to provide ISR services in support of USSOUTHCOM utilizing an Airtec owned/operated Bombardier DHC-8/200 multi-sensor aircraft, with government-furnished property previously installed. Work will be in Bogota, Colombia (90%); and California, MD (10%).

Those who compile DOD contracts often misspell the names of sovereign nations. In this case, they misspelled Colombia. We can begin to see the value of distilling these contracts. From this contract alone, we learn much regarding DOD’s overseas posture and bureaucratic competence.

Now analyze this concrete example:

Raytheon Missile Systems Co., Tucson, Arizona, has been awarded a $10,647,581 not-to-exceed letter contract for Small Diameter Bomb II. Contractor will provide Small Diameter Bomb II aircraft integration test assets, to include jettison test vehicles, and instrumented measurement vehicles on the F/A-18E/F aircraft. Work will be performed at Tucson, Arizona, and is expected to be complete by Aug. 10, 2016. This award is the result of a sole source acquisition. Fiscal 2015 research, development, test and evaluation funds in the amount of $5,000,000 are being obligated at the time of award. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, is the contracting activity.

Compare that contract to previous templates. Knowing what you’ve learned so far, try to distill the essential information.

Links help the public understand information clearly. Links can be provided regarding: type of weapons platform; corporate history; Combatant Command (UCC); and any other pertinent information one deems valuable. Over time, one will become acclimated to what is essential information and what is chaff. One also may decide to keep the chaff for personal notes, along with, of course, the meat of the contract. In one’s own notes, track the corporation’s branch location, the good or service they provide, where that good/service is provisioned, and any additional information that will help understand DOD’s domestic industrial base. After a few months of this hobby, a solid picture of DOD’s industrial footprint materializes.

A modification, as mentioned briefly before, is basically an extension of a contract. A contract is inked, and later a modification adds funding to the original contract, which permits more work to be done. Take the following Lockheed Martin contract from 8 August 2014, which involves an Aegis product:

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training, Moorestown, New Jersey, has been awarded a $193,610,317 modification to previously awarded contract number HQ0276-10-C-0001 for procurement of necessary material, equipment, and supplies to conduct the technical engineering to define, develop, integrate and test Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense 4.1 and 5.0 Capability Upgrade baselines through their respective certifications. This modification brings the total cumulative face value of the contract to $2,002,542,722 from $1,808,932,405. Work will be performed at Moorestown, New Jersey, with an expected completion date of May 31, 2016. Fiscal 2014 research, development, test and evaluation funds in the amount of $19,500,000 are being obligated at time of award. The Missile Defense Agency, Dahlgren, Virginia, is the contracting activity.

What have we learned? We know that this modification adds almost $200 million to a previous contract involving the Aegis weapon system. We know where the product is crafted. We know the end user, in this case MDA. Googling the previously awarded contract number often yields relevant background information. Much can also be learned about this weapon platform from Lockheed Martin’s own website.

There is a surprising amount of public data available on the Internet. After all, war corporations have products they want to market and sell. Often their corporate websites display piecemeal information. When searching those locations fails, the public domain contains more information elsewhere, especially if the contract was bid on in a relatively open manner. Try consulting fbo.gov, clearancejobs.com, and LinkedIn.

Organization is key. Major corporations (Boeing, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, etc.) are large enough to each require their own word processing document. Other players can be grouped in a document based on function. For example: AM General, Caterpillar, Navistar and Oshkosh all provide vehicles to the U.S. military. Therefore, one might want to consider grouping them in a single word processing document. Other function-based groupings may include: A) major cyber-related contracts; B) space and satellite corporations; C) U.S. telecommunications providers; D) overseas base support; E) helicopter accessories; and F) Afghanistan profiteering, etc. Over time, experimentation is encouraged for arranging notes to best suite one’s personal organizational strengths.

Sometimes war corporations deliberately phrase contracts in a vague manner. Elusive phrasing results in contracts being awarded for “knowledge based service-type requirements”; “equipment related services”; and “R&D services for the purpose of creating and developing new processes or products.” While this lack of clarity can be frustrating, creative Google searches using combinations of corporate names and contract numbers often yield more information.

This guide is by no means exhaustive. Curators of the military-industrial complex (MIC) will inevitably develop individualized approaches to cataloguing MIC activities. This is both expected and encouraged. As long as citizens are engaged and diving into DOD contracts, then the public good is being served.

Concerted pursuit of this pastime requires a daily commitment of less than an hour. This includes research, organization, distillation, and frequent revision. Polishing the little pieces matters, like changing “and” to “&” when it is part of a single company’s name. That way, your reader isn’t confused as to whether the corporation in question is one entity or two.

For public consumption, attention to detail can distill this:

Parsons Government Services Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, is being awarded a ceiling $68,845,081 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a five-year ordering period. The contract provides scientific and technical support to the Defense Intelligence Agency's Missile and Space Intelligence Center. Work will be performed at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, with an expected completion date of June 25, 2020. The acquisition was solicited on the basis of full and open competition, and two bids were received. Funding will be obligated on individual task orders with the initial task order scheduled to be awarded July 7, 2015, at an estimated ceiling price of $1,300,000. Virginia Contracting Activity, Washington, District of Columbia, is the contracting activity (HHM402-15-D-0007).

… into this:

Parsons Government Services received $68,845,081 to provide scientific and technical support to DIA’s Missile & Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) at Redstone Arsenal.

Good luck, and keep digging!

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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.

BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for July 2015

DOD spent $23,681,736,348+ on 274 individual contracts in July 2015

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 $23,681,736,348 on 274 individual contracts during July 2015. This amount does not include 21 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $3,015,214,541.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Applied Research Associates (ARA) ($130,793,226); Camber Corp. ($110,959,555); Exelis, Inc. ($135,565,632); Lockheed Martin ($126,384,412); ManTech ($104,405,786); MAR Range Services ($108,924,539); SAIC ($128,948,240) received funding for a work on hardware and software in support of unmanned maritime systems (surface & subsurface) engaged in waterborne and underwater mine countermeasures.

Boeing (Insitu Inc.) received $78,000,001 for six LRIP Lot IV Blackjack (RQ-21A), and GCS, launch/recovery gear, spares, system engineering, program management.

David Boland, Inc. received $26,149,000 to build UAV hanger on Ft. Carson.

General Atomics received $14,649,257 for engineering on a single software release for post follow-on operational test and evaluation sustainment of Gray Eagle (MQ-1C) 4.3 software line, management oversight, and support.

Raytheon received $85,300,000 for AN/AAS-53 MTS Common Sensor Payload (CSP), which is typically used on Gray Eagle. One bid solicited, one received.

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

AM General received $372,936,476 to provide Afghanistan, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Ukraine, Tunisia with 2,082 HMMWV and spare parts.

BAE Systems received $54,665,000 to upgrade 236 of Brazil’s M113 armored personnel carriers. One bid was solicited with one received.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $332,468,665 to manufacture and deliver five MV-22 to Japan. Work will be in: over 30 distinct locations within the U.S. (74.7%); Ontario, Canada (0.9%); Luton, UK (0.6%); Cobham, UK (0.6%); Wolverhampton, UK (0.4%); and other locations inside & outside USA (22.8%).

Boeing received $7,451,859 to provide Turkey and the UAE unique equipment, markings, and paint schemes for their respective CH-47F purchases.

Booz Allen & Hamilton received $12,386,000 to provide Saudi Arabia with support services in: training & education; engineering; technical & management support. Work in Saudi Arabia (90%), and McLean, VA (10%).

C4 Planning Solutions, LLC; Cambridge International Systems, Inc.; Envistacom, LLC; Forward Slope, Inc.; and SOLUTE Consulting received $232,068,059 for C4I systems integration and engineering services on authorized/approved U.S. security assistance and security cooperation programs. FMS to “various security cooperation partners will be identified as individual delivery orders are issued.”

CMC-USA Inc. and LM Heavy Civil Construction LLC JV received $12,182,675 to construct four new IDF support buildings. One bid solicited, one received.

Conti Federal Services received $11,805,043 to build Israel a photovoltaic power plant at an unnamed Israeli military air base.

Critical Solutions International received $12,702,031 to provide Iraq with Husky Mark III 2G vehicles (+ manuals & spare parts). One bid solicited, one received.

DynCorp International received $17,313,518 to provide Saudi Arabia with maintenance support to their Land Forces Aviation Command aviation program.

General Atomics received $10,529,304 to provide Italy with Contractor Logistics Support Phase IV+ program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Dynamics received $17,145,204 to provide Oman & Taiwan with General Purpose Bomb Bodies MK 82-1 (26); MK82-6 (3,671); MK84-10 (2,472).

Kay & Associates Inc. received $41,193,675 to provide Kuwait with roughly 508,800 hours of F/A-18 maintenance support.

Lockheed Martin received $7,957,813 for Iraq C-130E/J aircraft sustainment in Baghdad. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $1,563,679,881 to provide South Korea, Qatar, Taiwan, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia with Patriot missiles, equipment, spares.

MD Helicopters Inc. received $13,172,766 for procurement, installation, integration, testing, and airworthiness qualification support of M260 rockets and fixed forward weapon sights on the armed MD530F Mission Equipment Package (MEP) aircraft for Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $180,360,062 for 200 full rate production Lot 11 (FRP-11) AGM-154C-1 Unitary Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW) missiles for the U.S. Navy ($57,686,157; 32%) and 355 AGM-154 Block III C Unitary JSOW missiles for Saudi Arabia ($122,673,905; 68%) including associated supplies and services. This was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 USC 2304(c)(1).

SAIC received $45,210,663 to provide Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, CAR, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, and Germany with systems and computer resources for Army RDECOM at Redstone Arsenal.

Textron received $55,600,000 to provide Iraq with maintenance and logistics for Bell aircraft. Work will be in Iraq. One bid solicited, one received.

United Technologies received $11,278,955 to provide Jordan with an additional UH-60M helicopter.

EMBASSY OPERATIONS

Michael Baker Global Services; Fluor Federal Services Inc.; KBR; URS Group; and Weston Solutions Inc. received a combined $95,000,000 to renovate embassy secure spaces worldwide.

USSOUTHCOMDOD is in the middle of conducting combined operations with American nations, like Belize, Colombia, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Intelligent Decisions Inc. received $6,848,385 for information technology operations and maintenance for USSOUTHCOM Joint Task Force-Guantánamo.

USCENTCOM

Aegis Defense Services LLC received $7,652,289 for armed guards at Bagram and Jalalabad airfields in Afghanistan.

Six3 Intelligence Solutions, Inc. received $13,967,720 for intelligence support to U.S. Forces in Afghanistan.

Vectrus Systems received $221,012,445 for Kuwait base operations and security support services in: Camp Arifjan, Camp Buehring, Udairi Range, Camp Patriot at the Kuwait Naval Base, Aerial Port of Debarkation, and Sea Port of Debarkation under FAR 52.217-8 from Sept. 29, 2015 through March 28, 2016.

USSOCOM

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.; CACI-WGI Inc.; Raytheon (Blackbird Technologies); MacAulay-Brown Inc. received $900,000,000 for USSOCOM Wide Mission Support services. Work at multiple locations both in the U.S. and overseas.

Polaris Defense Inc. received $83,105,807 to give USSOCOM lightweight tactical all-terrain vehicles. This is a sole-source acquisition per FAR 6.303-1.

Ultra Armoring, LLC received $30,509,232 for non-tactical vehicles in support of USSOCOM Procurement Division.

ACADEMIA

Carnegie Mellon University received $731,987,632 to operate the Software Engineering Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. This is a sole-source acquisition.

New Mexico State University (NMSU) received $75,000,000 to support the Information Operations Vulnerability/Survivability Assessment program. One offer solicited, one received.

DARPA

Boeing received $6,587,447 to help DARPA with the Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) program.

DEKA Innovative Solutions Corp. (DISC) received $6,977,028 for 1) sensorized prosthetic arms for DARPA’s Hand Proprioception & Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX) program; 2) manufacture and delivery of prosthetic arms for DARPA’s Revolutionizing Prosthetics Follow-on Studies (RPFS).

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Creative Times Inc. received $7,733,000 to design/build an admin, instructional and ops facility in support of F-35 and Weapons School Complex at Nellis AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $64,000,000 to repair an F-22A at Hill AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $37,538,800 to incorporate air vehicle retrofit modifications into designated F-35 (Block 3F) and supporting subsystems.

Lockheed Martin received $101,304,341 to procure helmet mounted display systems (HMDS) (383) for Lot IX F-35 for USAF ($47,086,535; 46.5%); USMC ($22,726,422; 22.4%); U.S. Navy ($15,088,165; 14.9%); international partners ($12,166,674; 12%); Japan ($437,030; 0.45%) and Israel ($3,799,515; 3.75%).

Lockheed Martin received $718,299,821 for F-35 LRIP Lot 8 non-air vehicle spares, support equipment, Autonomic Logistics Information System hardware and software upgrades, supply chain management, full mission simulators and non-recurring engineering for USAF ($89,245,994; 12%); U.S. Navy ($32,882,908; 5%); USMC ($115,576,902; 16%); international partners ($280,513,654; 39%); FMS customers ($200,080,363; 28%).

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell Boeing JPO received $28,630,756 for various depot-level repairables. This is sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Bell Boeing JPO received $64,227,368 for various repair parts for the V-22 aircraft. One firm solicited, one offer received per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

HELICOPTERS – Lockheed Martin will buy Sikorsky for roughly $9 billion.

Lockheed Martin received $50,941,902 for a modernized laser range finder designator (M-LRFD) Lot 4 production, including kits and spares, for U.S. Army. One bid solicited, one received.

Management Consulting Inc. received $25,079,661 for "indirect" contractor support for aircraft and aircraft components production support, Corpus Christi Army Depot.

URS Federal Technical Services received $20,422,490 for direct contractor support for aircraft and aircraft components production support, Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD).

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $14,689,239 for multi-module redesign of the array drive and beam steering controller on AN/APG-79 radio detection and ranging for U.S. Navy ($12,976,014, 88.4%) and Australia ($1,713,225, 11.6%).

Boeing received $34,406,860 to repair all field failures, continue parts obsolescence management of the radars, maintaining form, fit, function and interface of line replaceable units and built in test software, and provide configuration accountability of the fielded radar data.

Exelis Inc. received $97,303,380 for 46 full-rate production Lot XII integrated defensive electronic countermeasures AN/ALQ-214(V)4/5 onboard jammer systems. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Harris Corp. received $29,103,496 for 138 Distributed Targeting System (DTS) Full Rate Production (FRP) 2 and FRP 3 B-kits for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G for the U.S. Navy (126 at $25,996,604; 89%) and Australia (12 at $3,106,892; 11%). This also provides 54 operational bulk data cartridges and parts obsolescence management. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302.1.

Moog Inc. received $15,564,818 to repair various F-18 parts. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $11,000,076 to incorporate electro-optical daylight operations improvement into F/A-18 advanced targeting forward looking infrared (ATFLIR) electro-optical sensor unit weapons replaceable assembly.

United Technologies received $15,864,275 for F100-PW-100 turbine blade sets.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

Boeing received $20,517,876 for peculiar support equipment for the initial outfitting of the U.S. Navy emerging squadron stand-ups of EA-18G and intermediate level support for Australia’s Air Force. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($15,240,978; 75%); Australia ($5,276,898; 25%).

INVASIVE INTELLIGENCE AIRCRAFT

L-3 Communications Corp. received $274,596,000 to continue logistic support for approximately 235 aircraft (40 RC-12s, 167 C-12s, 28 UC-35s) in Madison, MS.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Aircraft Engineering & Installation Services Inc. received $28,593,344 for C-130 electronic propeller control system.

Lockheed Martin received $11,023,298 for C-130J large aircraft infrared countermeasures (LAIRCM) Group A kits (19 of them) and jump platform storage assemblies (JPSA) (49 of them).

Lockheed Martin received $33,271,990 for 28 quick engine change assemblies for the C-130J program.

AERIAL REFUELING

Chromalloy Component Services Inc. received $12,413,000 to overhaul the F108 Low Pressure Turbine Shaft Assembly Module 14 for the KC-135.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $31,594,700 to alter two existing KC-135 hangars to fit new KC-46.

Northrop Grumman received $18,286,137 for engine maintenance and overhauls for the KC-10 contractor logistic support program worldwide.

Northrop Grumman received $14,651,426 for logistic support for materials for KC-10 program worldwide, including McGuire, Travis, and Tinker AFB.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Avox Systems received $7,585,922 for joint service aircrew masks. One bid solicited, one received.

Boeing received $42,608,960 for C-40A fleet logistics support at NAS North Island; NAS Fort Worth JRB; NAS Jacksonville; NAS Whidbey Island; NAS Oceana.

Booz Allen Hamilton; CSSI; SERCO received a total $38,028,800 for air traffic control engineering & technical support (includes configuration data management & systems maintenance) in USA, SW Asia, SE Asia, Africa for SPAWAR.

CNI Aviation Advantage received $48,000,000 for Rapid Development Integration Facility program support (augments resources on projects requiring manufacturing, engineering, aircraft modification, test support, short-term specialties, R&D, prototyping, material procurement, quality assurance) at Wright Patterson AFB.

DynCorp received $104,085,696 for organizational level maintenance and logistics support for all aircraft and support equipment under Naval Test Wing Atlantic (NTWL) maintenance responsibility.

General Electric received $14,699,370 for seven single-shank turbine LM2500 hot-section modification kits in support of upgrades to LM2500 Marine gas turbine engines (MGTE), which is the primary propulsion gas turbine engine on DDG 51, CG 47 and FFG 7 classes, and the LCS 2 variant.

Honeywell International received $41,432,253 for APN-209 radar altimeters for the U.S. Army and federal agencies. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Meggitt Inc. received $39,814,009 for aircraft fuel cells for the U.S. Navy, Spain, Finland, Switzerland. This is sole source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Rockwell Collins received $40,500,000 to support systems and items associated with F-15 and KC-135 aircraft. This is a sole-source acquisition.

PAE (Aviation & Technical) received $49,848,102 for aircraft maintenance at Naval Test Wing Pacific (NTWP) Point Mugu (22%) and China Lake (78%).

PAE (Applied Technologies) received $68,351,721 for maintenance on F-5 F/N aircraft in NAS Key West (40%); NAS Fallon (30%); and MCAS Yuma (30%).

Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems received $26,929,965 for joint helmet-mounted cueing systems (JHMCS). This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). This includes some unnamed FMS.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $8,131,791 for engineering integration efforts on the Digital Red Switch System (DRSS) in support of one E-6B Mercury.

Sierra Nevada received $10,838,029 for Open Missions Systems Future Airborne Capability Environment Systems Development Feasibility Demonstration Model for implantation for subsystems/software aboard manned & unmanned aircraft.

Thales received $18,400,000 for two Deployable ILS Production Representative test units, training, tech manuals, spares and contractor support to conduct an integrated system test qualification operational test and evaluation. Upon testing completion, Thales will provide an equivalent of a fixed-based ILS capability at tactical airfields and at airfields where permanent ILS capability has been disrupted. Some work will be in Italy. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Trident Systems Inc. received $24,389,616 for basic and applied research of persistent airborne data link communications components and systems.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $12,849,302 for Aegis Platform Systems Engineering Agent activities and Modernization Advanced Capability Build (ACB) engineering in Moorestown, NJ (99%); Tewksbury, MA (0.6%); Dahlgren, VA (0.4%).

Lockheed Martin received $24,928,445 for AEGIS combat systems engineering, computer program development, in-country support, technical manuals, logistics, and staging for Australia’s (FMS) air warfare destroyer (AWD) shipbuilding.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

CACI received $9,393,351 for professional support services for PEO LCS in Washington, DC; Norfolk, VA; San Diego, CA; Panama City, FL; Newport, RI.

Lockheed Martin received $13,580,553 to procure two splitting gears and two combining gears in Baltimore, MD.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $38,604,037 for USS Leyte Gulf (CG-55) FY2015 extended docking selected restricted availability (SRA), which includes depot-level maintenance and modifications to improve military/technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $38,300,696 for USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) FY2015 SRA.

BAE Systems received $26,828,516 for phased maintenance availability of USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7).

BAE Systems received $13,758,797 for scheduled dry-docking selected repair availability of USS O’Kane (DDG 77) in Pearl Harbor, HI.

BAE Systems received $11,017,783
for FY2015 SRA for USS Dewey (DDG 105) in San Diego, CA.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $6,737,083 to repair the number two ship’s service turbine generator on USS Nimitz (CVN 68).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $20,580,879 for ship repair support (nuclear and nuclear-related) on USS Nimitz (CVN 68) in Bremerton, WA. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $75,000,000 to support USS Nimitz (CVN 68) and USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) ship repair. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $9,837,798 for the first article common missile compartment tube-to-keel robotic weld skids, weld skid transfer system and cable management/lifting and handling features, packaging and shipment of welding skids to the robotic welding integrator, and engineering services. GD will also obtain hardware relating to the fixture personnel access platforms in support of the Ohio replacement program for the U.S. Navy (50%) and the UK (50%).

General Dynamics received $32,721,919 for AN/BYG-1 Tactical Control Systems (TCS) Technology Insertion (TI-14) Advanced Processing Build (APB-15) software for delivery to multiple submarine platforms.

General Dynamics received $42,492,474 for additional lead yard services and development studies and design efforts related to Virginia-class submarines. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $106,239,735 for engineering, technical, design, configuration management, logistics support, database management, R&D, modernization, and industrial support for a variety of submarines, submersibles and support facilities. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

International Marine ($141,458,723); Q.E.D. Systems ($148,684,537) received those funds for management, material support services, labor, supplies and equipment necessary for depot/intermediate level preservation on various subs.

LGS Innovations LLC received $9,520,000 for submarine telecommunication cables at High Point, NC.

Oceaneering International Inc. received $18,601,702 for a dry deck shelter (DDS) modernization detailed design effort.

URS Federal Services, Inc.; Alion Science & Technology Corp.; and L-3 received a combined $63,431,267 for engineering and technical support to U.S. subs.

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

AMSEC LLC received $7,270,558 for engineering and technical services to support hull, mechanical and electrical systems and equipment on Navy ships. AMSEC LLC will upgrade fluid, habitability and thermal management systems planned for installation or alterations in various ship homeports.

Assurance Technology Corp. received $24,663,970 for One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS). This involves R&D and integration to develop software definable/reconfigurable systems (SDS) that respond to mission requirements with improved performance, capability, reliability, efficiency, and life cycle cost for Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington, DC.

Donjon Marine Co. Inc. received $44,500,000 for salvage, towing, harbor clearance, and ocean engineering, for director of ocean engineering, supervisor of salvage and diving in the Atlantic Ocean (80%) and the Gulf of Mexico (20%).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $15,363,387 for long lead-time material, management, and incremental effort for Ticonderoga cruisers. Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $93,034,622 for incremental, long lead-time material and management services for Ticonderoga-class cruisers in Pascagoula, MS.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $16,614,562 for long lead-time material, management services, and incremental level of effort for CG-47-class cruisers and DD 963-class destroyers in Pascagoula, MS.

Lockheed Martin received $8,426,711 for the Integrated Common Processor program (software and hardware development, production, installation, training, maintenance and provisioned items under the Maritime Surveillance Systems Program Office, PMS-485, PEO Submarines, Naval Sea Systems Command) for the U.S. Navy (90 percent) and Japan (10%).

Lockheed Martin received $26,398,372 for engineering in support of Mk 48 Mod 7 Torpedo Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System (CBASS) supporting Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport’s spiral development program. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $153,947,183 for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 systems. SEWIP is an acquisition program to upgrade existing out-of-production AN/SLQ-32(V) systems.

Northrop Grumman received $14,761,000 for design, development, fabrication, testing, production and delivery of AN/AQS-24C mine hunting sonar systems. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii).

Orbital ATK Inc. received $12,404,535 to provide U.S. Navy a contractual vehicle for prototype fabrication and development of chain gun weapon systems hardware, associated gun control system software and ammunition. Orbital ATK will also design and fabricate ammunition all-up cartridges, components, support materials, and equipment for qualification, evals, test for chain gun systems. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

P C Mechanical Inc. received $95,000,000 for NAVFAC Reconstitute the Force, Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE), and Civil Engineer End Items (CEEI) under the CESE/CEEI Life Extension Program.

ProLog, Inc. received $79,537,024 for production support services (PSS) in support of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) and its remote sites. PSS provides logistical services in support of depot level maintenance efforts.

Raytheon received $7,486,849 to refurbish and upgrade two NAVAIR Air Traffic, Navigation, Integration, and Coordination Systems (ATNAVICS) to a level of serviceability comparable to a new updated system.

Raytheon received $15,521,711 for operation/maintenance on U.S. Navy’s Fleet Surveillance Support Center Relocatable Over-the-Horizon Radar (ROTHR). This was sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(2).

Raytheon received $51,973,639 for JPALS analyses, system requirements definition, development of manufacturing and production strategy, risk reduction activities, and program technical and business objectives.

RDRTec, Inc. received $9,839,254 for work on: “Processor Architectures for Multi-Mode Multi-Sensor Signal Processing”, “Multi-Polarization Inverse Synthetic-Aperture Radar for Automated Ship and Small Craft Classification”, and “Exploiting Polarimetry in Littoral Surveillance.”

Safe Boats International LLC received $17,777,307 for two MK VI patrol boats.

WR Systems Ltd. received $25,194,253 to provide the U.S. fleet and U.S.-supported foreign military fleets with comprehensive programmatic and technical support for navigation and geospatial information systems.

3 Phoenix Inc. received $8,634,738 for engineering services to support software development, procurement of COTS products, and hardware/software integration required for improved technology in U.S. Navy open architecture and network centric operations and warfare systems in support of Virginia-class subs and other subs & surface systems. This “Real-time Data Fusion & Visualization Interface for Environmental Research Data” supports U.S. Navy’s attempt to improve performance through judicious use of lower power electronics, advanced algorithm design, and innovative applications of open software and hardware.

SPACE

Aerojet Rocketdyne received $12,290,494 to develop/prove an innovative digital factory environment that will improve design, manufacturing, and supply chain efficiency resulting in more affordable complex propulsion subsystems.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $20,100,000 for aerospace, R&D, test and evaluation advisory and assistance service for 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB.

LinQuest received $8,070,106 for system engineering and integration support services (SE&I) to support MILSATCOM Systems Directorate, Advanced Concepts Division, Los Angeles AFB.

LinQuest received $7,762,098 for system engineering and integration services to support the MILSATCOM Systems Directorate, Protected SATCOM and Logistics and Operations Support Divisions at Los Angeles and Peterson AFBs.

Orbital Sciences Corporation received $23,600,000 for Operationally Responsive Space-5 Launch Services (planning, analysis, design, development, production, integration, testing) to launch ORS-5 SensorSat vehicle to the desired orbit.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

American Systems; BAE Systems; Blue Canopy; Boeing; Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI; CGI Federal; Computer Sciences Corp.; D&S Consultants Inc.; EIS; General Dynamics; HP; IBM; Intelligent Decisions; K Force Government Solutions; L3; Leidos; Lockheed Martin; ManTech/WINS; Northrop Grumman; Pragmatics; Raytheon; Scientific Research Corp.; Sotera; SRA International; 22nd Century Technologies; AEEC LLC; American Technology Solutions International; Berico Technologies; The Buffalo Group; Convergent Solutions Inc.; Criterion Systems Inc.; Cyberspace Solutions; DAn Solutions Inc.; DKW Communications; E-Volve Technology Systems; Federated IT; Intrepid Solutions & Services Inc.; The Kenjya Group; New River Systems; OCCAM Solutions; QVine Corp.; Red Arch Solutions; Riite; Soft Tech Consulting; Trusted Mission Solutions; Varen Technologies; Vykin Corp.; Xcelerate Solutions; and Zolon Tech Inc. received $6,000,000,000 for Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE), which supports information technology requirements across the Defense intelligence enterprise and the greater intelligence community. Work will be performed worldwide for DIA.

BAE Systems received $16,900,000 for Systems Engineering & Evaluations, Systems Analysis Worldwide 6.

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. received $13,194,385 for enterprise management and tech support to Navy Information Dominance Force’s Shore Modernization & Integration Directorate in: enterprise architecture & operational transition planning; shore network & communications modernization; IT service management process standardization; cyber security; IT portfolio management.

CACI received $9,578,568 for the Force Management System for Army Force Structure Management operations.

CACI received $9,674,887 for systems development services in support of Command, Control, Communications & Computer Systems Directorate of MSC.

Cask Technologies received $25,000,000 for program analytical and tech support for USMC Total Force Information Technology Systems in Stafford, VA. Cask Technologies received $25,000,000 for business analytics, cost analysis and portfolio support for USMC Total Force Information Technology Systems in Stafford, VA. Cask Technologies LLC received $25,000,000 for engineering and information assurance support for the Marine Corps Total Force Information Technology Systems in Stafford, VA.

Cyber Defense Information Assurance received $7,993,365 for Air Force Intranet Control Support Defense Joint Regional Security Stacks. This provides USAF enterprise-level network management, optimized communications and defensive measures at the Air Force Information Network gateways at Maxwell AFB.

Defense Engineering, Inc. received $28,359,894 for Enterprise Engineering services for the Army Information Technology Agency (ITA) in Alexandria, VA.

General Dynamics received $32,389,278 for R&D, technology, analytical, and engineering support services to meet command and control requirements at the Joint Staff J6 C4 Assessments Division.

General Dynamics received $20,208,718 for command, control, communications and computer information operations and maintenance for 1st Signal Brigade in South Korea.

Honeywell received $7,212,498 for signal data processors for the U.S. Army. This was a sole-source acquisition per FAR 6.302-1, 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

IBM received $23,068,058 for technical and functional services in support of the Defense Agencies Initiatives program. Using service is federal civilian agencies.

Integrated Data Services received $16,946,000 for onsite subject matter expert support on Web Comprehensive Cost & Requirements (WCCAR) and services for application deployment and maintenance. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Jacobs Technology received $6,846,178 for engineering and technology acquisition support services at Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units. This involves unnamed FMS.

NetCentrics Corporation received $7,629,081 to provide IT solutions development services for OSD, WHS, the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA), and supported agencies in Arlington and Alexandria, VA.

Northrop Grumman received $7,153,835 for IT, architecture & engineering, C2 networks and associated systems support for U.S. Forces Korea J6.

Northrop Grumman received $12,513,682 for information technology services for the Army Planning, Programming, and Budgeting Business Operating System.

SAIC received $19,300,000 for maintenance, repair &operations for Northeast Region, zone 1, of USA. This was sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1). Graybar Electric received $21,900,000 for maintenance, repair and operations in Northeast Region, zone 2, USA. This was sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

SAIC received $11,435,596 for development of the Global-Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS) Release 3 (R3) for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command.

SRA International Inc. received $38,836,903 for IT services in support of NCIS Information Technology Directorate in Quantico, VA.

X Technologies, Inc. received $7,642,494 for deliverable PKI Information Assurance support service to implement and sustain the DoD Class 3 PKI for USAF, including development of responsive cyber acquisition solutions.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Aerojet Rocketdyne received $17,917,020 for Stinger missile flight motors.

Alliant Techsystems Operations received $6,623,123 for Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze system: 226 HTVSF systems, eight D-1 Inert Bomb Fuzes, 35 D-2 Dummy Load Trainer and Dummy Initiators, 13 D-5/B Classroom Trainers, and 325 Retaining Ring Torque Adapters (Spanner Wrenches).

BAE Systems received $11,146,889 for ground-based strategic deterrent (GBSD) integration support at Hill AFB (USAF Nuclear Weapon Center).

BAE Systems received $48,700,246 for integration support (systems engineering, technical assistance, training, development in integration, sustaining engineering, program management support) for Minuteman III at Hill AFB.

Fifth Gait Technologies Inc. received $9,975,755.38 to update/develop procedures for testing components for MDA or other DOD systems, providing early input on component performance and support full-scale operational tests.

General Dynamics received $7,238,385 for heated and mobile munitions employing rockets, phase 1A prototype design, development and tests.

General Dynamics received $7,842,528 and Orbital Alliant Techsystems received $7,039,930 for M1002 120mm tank training ammunition.

General Dynamics received $16,098,186 and Orbital ATK received $15,997,541 for 120mm Advanced Multi-Purpose (AMP), XM1147 High Explosive Multi-Purpose with Tracer (HEMP-T) cartridges.

Honeywell received $8,496,270 to support supply, maintenance, and logistics for the Army Prepositioned Stocks-3 at Charleston Naval Weapons Station, SC.

Honeywell received $8,093,534 for logistics support to the Army Prepositioned Stocks-3 in Charleston, SC.

Lockheed Martin received $7,624,164 to repair and refurbish 11 vertical launch anti-submarine rocket (ASROC) motors under the undersea weapons program. This is sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $7,847,526 for support services for all AN/TPQ-53 Radar Systems.

Lockheed Martin received $20,753,021 for critical mission operations for NORAD Cheyenne Mountain, Integrated Tactical Warning & Attack Assessment office in support of air, missile and space defense.

Lockheed Martin received $27,450,000 for long lead material, labor, planning & scheduling on FY2015 Trident II D5 production schedule. Sole source, 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $66,371,639 to develop the Joint-Air-to-Ground Missile (Army-Navy).

Northrop Grumman received $15,000,000 for Block 2 pre-planned product improvements of the Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) system.

PAE received $115,885,628 for aerial target operations and maintenance for the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group (53 WEG) at Tyndall AFB and Holloman AFB.

Raytheon received $9,083,000 for SM-2 & SM-6 FY2015-16 full-rate production.

Raytheon received $14,568,000 for SM-2 and SM-6 engineering and technical services to ensure production, design, and system integration continuity for U.S. Navy (96.7%) and Australia (3.3%).

Raytheon received $18,442,948 for depot level diagnostics and repair of major PATRIOT system items. Some work will be in: South Korea; Japan; UAE; Bahrain; Qatar; Kuwait; Germany; Turkey.

Raytheon received $36,800,000 for System Improvement Program II- Engineering Manufacturing, Development for AIM-120D. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $87,038,436 for long lead material (management & services) for 17 SM-3 Block IIA missiles and support efforts. This was sole-source.

SciTec Inc. received $9,978,244 support the development, application, and transition of space data exploitation (SDE) software development, test support, and data analysis for MDA.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

CB&I Federal Services LLC received $6,799,897 for a non-time critical removal action for munitions clearance at former Adak Naval Air Facility.

SUNDRY R&D

Subsystem Technologies Inc.; Logistics Management Institute; EOIR Technologies Inc. received a combined $9,931,309 for urgent work needed to support ammunition and armament products/services for Army ARDEC.

Vencore [PDF] Services & Solutions received $86,000,000 for sample data collection services.

VEHICLES

BAE received $14,130,718 for system technical support and sustainment system technical support for all Bradley Fighting Vehicle types and all M113 variants.

Caterpillar Inc. received $12,748,073 for repair parts for material handling equipment. This was sole-source per 10 U.S.C 2304 (c)(1).

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

BAE Systems received $45,070,161 for four variants of hard armor protective inserts. Ceradyne Inc. received $34,112,608 for four variants of hard armor protective inserts.

BDA Tech, LLC received $48,100,000 for Battlefield Airmen Operational Control System (OCS), including operational control system hardware, attrition assets, and software integration support.

Bethel Industries; Hawk Protection Inc.; and KDH Defense Systems Inc. received $49,000,000 for the Soldier Protection System modular vest.

Capco Inc. received $32,870,329 for 40mm M320/M320A1 grenade launchers and non-functional training displays.

National Industries for the Blind received $14,878,539 for mattresses for the U.S. Navy. This was a sole-source acquisition per FAR Part 8.7.

Point Blank Enterprises; Short Bark Industries; Carter Enterprises received a combined $49,000,000 for Soldier Protection System torso and extremity protection ballistic combat shirt.

CLOTHING

McRae Industries Inc. received $14,745,326 for hot weather combat boots. McRae Industries Inc. received $10,786,319 for temperate weather combat boots. Original Footwear Holding Inc. received $14,880,340 for temperate weather combat boots. Rocky Brand Inc. received $15,495,797 for hot weather combat boots.

Valley Apparel received $7,958,275 for summer and cold-weather jackets.

Wolverine World Wide Inc. received $39,205,428 for leather dress shoes.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

ASM Research LLC received $10,770,223 for Army Training Requirements and Resources System.

CGI Federal Inc. received $23,214,112 for operational and environment core requirements for Army TRADOC G-2, Ft. Eustis, VA.

Milburn Academy Inc. received $7,365,133 to provide foreign language services, refresher courses, to Army Forces Command (FORSCOM).

Network & Simulation Technologies Inc. received $9,261,047 to provide professional military education and graduate level programs (maritime security) to U.S. officers and U.S. Navy enlisted, civilian federal, and international senior enlisted & officers. This includes war-gaming support services to the NWC.

Onvoi LLC received $9,236,896 for training flight services supporting USAF Undergraduate Air Battle Manager (ABM) Training Course. Training includes: ground-controlled intercept target; basic airmanship; live-fire; weapons system evals; major command-directed development test & evaluations at Tyndall AFB.

BASE SECURITY & FORCE PROTECTION

Leidos Inc. received $99,000,000 for automated installation entry hardware and software for approximately 35 military installations to provide threat detection; and to automate access control processes for personnel entering installations.

Technology & Supply Management LLC received $49,734,506 for services and materials technical support for the Persistent Ground Surveillance system.

FUEL & ENERGY

American Electrical Enterprises Inc. received $11,247,163 for an electrical load bank system.

Andritz Hydro Corp. received $12,973,090 to repair the main unit hydropower generators #1 & #2 at the Lower Monumental Dam powerhouse, Kahlotus, WA.

BP received $16,002,215 for aviation fuel. Chevron received $24,892,515 for aviation fuel. Dyno Oil & Electric LLC received $30,920,084 for aviation fuel. Hawaii Independent Energy LLC received $40,322,588 for aviation fuel. Petro Star Inc. received $30,345,213 for aviation fuel. Valero received $34,485,300 for aviation fuel. Western Refining Co. received $30,891,600 for aviation fuel.

Atmos Energy Marketing, LLC received $22,026,757 for direct supply of natural gas. Constellation NewEnergy-Gas Division, LLC received $11,308,004 for direct supply of natural gas. Integrys Energy Services-Natural Gas, LLC received $11,190,378 for direct supply of natural gas. Sage Energy Trading, LLC received $8,361,746 for direct supply of natural gas.

Ship Supply of Florida, Inc. received $29,574,278 for fuel.

World Fuel Services Inc. received $14,478,577 for marine gas oil.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

Avosys Technology Inc. received $48,000,000 for clinical healthcare services at Davis-Monthan AFB.

BTL Technologies, Inc. (San Antonio, TX); CompTech (Dayton, OH); G2S Corp. (San Antonio, TX); JYG Innovations (Dayton, OH); Laredo (San Antonio, TX); Lukos-VATC JV, LLC (Tampa, FL); SSI (San Antonio, TX); Vesa Health & Technology (San Antonio, TX); and 1st American (Falls Church, VA) received a combined $99,700,000 for advisory and assistance services, non-advisory and assistance services, and personal services. This includes admin & functional support, medical & biomedical research, clinical & clinical hyperbaric medicine services, environmental bio-terrorism support, technology evaluation, and research studies support at Wright-Patterson AFB; San Antonio, TX; Cincinnati, OH; Baltimore, MD; St. Louis, MO; and geographically separated units.

Charles River Laboratories, Inc.; Covance Research Products Inc.; Harlan Laboratories, Inc.; and The Jackson Laboratory received $25,000,000 for laboratory research animals and devices to support basic research for USAMRIID and other DOD agencies.

Draeger Medical Inc. received $59,264,434 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables, spare/repair parts and training.

Leidos, Inc. received $4,336,822,777 for the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization program (at locations throughout USA and overseas).

Manus Medical, LLC received $12,210,000 for medical surgical equipment for facilities that participate in the electronic catalogue program.

O.R. Elder Inc. received $28,800,000 for dental and medical equipment.

PricewaterhouseCoopers received $12,191,500 for performance management and continuous process improvement support for ASD(HA), DHA’s Healthcare Operations Directorate, and all associated divisions.

SRA International received $19,893,085 for scientific peer review support for research proposals for Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA), Frederick, MD. Vaccine Co. LLC; PPD Development LP; Leidos Inc.; Tasc Inc. received $501,000,000 for medical research for USAMRAA, Frederick, MD.

STS Systems Integration received $77,638,023 for IT and information management services to support the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC).

TRANSPORTATION 

For international ocean and intermodal distribution services, the following corporations received their allotted amounts: American President Lines LTD: $55,658,342; American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier: $14,126,758; Farrell Lines Inc.: $30,087,173; Hapag-Lloyd USA: $15,820,121; Liberty Global Logistics LLC: $12,623,476; Maersk Line: $49,765,916.

Crowley Technical Management Inc. received $43,053,912 for operation and maintenance of six government-owned Marine Prepositioning Force ships to support MSC worldwide prepositioning requirements.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Bay West LLC received $15,698,310 for Joint Base Charleston Performance-Based Remediation.

EA Engineering; Earth Resources Technology Inc.; Hydrogeologic; AECOM Technical Services Inc.; Arcadis U.S. Inc.; CH2M Hill Constructors Inc.; Parsons Government Services Inc.; Tetra Tech EC Inc.; and Western Solutions Inc. received a combined $240,000,000 to provide military munitions and environmental response services.

Eco & Associates Inc.; Stell Environmental Enterprises; and Sundance-CTI LLC received $50,000,000 for environmental consulting in the South Pacific Division.

Jacobs Engineering received $29,880,710 for project management, engineering, and technical support for the New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site, MA.

Portage Inc. received $100,000,000 for soil remediation in Luckey, OH.

Tetra Tech EC Inc. received $7,063,884 for source area remedial action at the Navy Exchange gas station operational unit located at the Jackson Park Housing Complex, Bremerton, WA.

FOOD SERVICES

Sodexo Management Inc. received $14,612,960 for modifications to food service accounts along the eastern seaboard.

Sodexo Management Inc. received $17,671,394 for adjustments to food service obligations at Camp Pendleton (49.45%); San Diego, CA (21.21%); Twentynine Palms (16.14%); Miramar, CA (6.38%); Yuma, AZ (5.11%) Bridgeport, CA (1.71%).

Sterling Foods LLC received $38,472,000 for bakery tray packs used in the unitized group ration heat and serve program.

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (a.k.a. base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

Akima Support Operations LLC received $87,600,000 for facility support services at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold AFB.

CGI Federal received $9,280,327 for maintenance/sustainment of software systems for Army Sustainment Command's Integrated Materiel Management Operation System in Springfield, VA; Rock Island; Sierra Army Depot, CA; Charleston, SC (ASLAC); Huntsville, AL (LOGSA); Italy; Germany; Qatar; Kuwait; South Korea; Japan; and Afghanistan.

Engility Corporation received $8,327,700 for professional engineering to assist the Office of the Deputy Assistant SECDEF (Systems Engineering) in statutory & regulatory policy, guidance, specialty engineering, and human capital functions.

Honeywell received $78,637,476 for logistics support for Blount Island Command & USMC Prepositioning Program. Some work aboard 12 maritime prepositioning ships (12%); six locations in Norway (2%); one location in Kuwait (1%).

LC Industries received $19,000,000 for consignment of office supplies for the Consolidated Material Service Center, Camp Pendleton.

NCI Information Systems (NCI Inc.) received $40,468,270 for systems engineering and technical assistance and logistics support for PEO headquarters and subordinate PEO programs at Ft. Belvoir, VA.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) received $7,543,502 for real property audit preparation support at USMC bases in Shizuoka and Okinawa, Japan (90%); and in Mujuk, South Korea (10%).

Pride Industries received $16,335,086 to support the Ft. Polk directorate of public works.

SourceAmerica received $27,414,112 for DPW facilities maintenance at Ft. Knox.

Tech Systems Inc. received $13,664,094 for logistics support to Schofield Barracks.

Trax International Corp. received $23,022,014 for test support to the Yuma Proving Ground and Ft. Greely, AK.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $20,908,966 for hazardous material products and management services in support of three fleet readiness centers.

URS Federal Services received $12,634,181 for distribution and warehouse support services in Maryland and Utah for DLA.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

Roughly thirty corporate entities received $50,000,000 for maintenance, alterations, repair and/or construction work at Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA.

Alberici Constructors received $36,000,000 for painting and repairing the service bridge and Tainter Gates at Lock and Dam 25 at Winfield, Missouri.

Billy W. Jarrett Construction received $6,775,000 to reroof building 7000 at Naval Base Kitsap - Bangor.

Bristol General Contractors LLC received $17,923,026 to repair aircraft maintenance hangar building 3757 at NAS Kingsville.

Burns Dirt Construction received $35,000,000 for Columbus AFB Paving and Civil Works. Some work at Auxiliary Field, Shuqualak, MS.

CDM Constructors Inc. received $99,675,591 for the Savannah Harbor (GA) Expansion Project, dissolved oxygen injection systems.

CH2M Hill and Clark Nexsen Energy Partners JV received $60,000,000 for architect/engineering/design services (energy efficient projects) worldwide.

Cianbro Corp. received $9,127,103 for repairs to Dry Dock Number 3 pumpwell at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNS).

Collins-McCarthy 8A JV LLC received $13,082,000 for ramp repair Area IV, 165th Airlift Wing, Georgia, Air National Guard, Savannah, GA.

Cromwell Architects Engineers received $8,000,000 to assist federal projects at Ft. Bragg or under the jurisdiction of the Savannah District, USACE.

DMS Contracting, Inc.; Davinroy Mechanical; Hank's Excavating & Landscaping; Surmeier & Surmeier, Inc.; J&B Builders received $25,000,000 for paving that will execute maintenance, repair, construction and drainage repair at Scott AFB.

Green Contracting Company Inc. received $8,847,346 to replace Cooling Tower, Building 77H, at the Philadelphia Naval Business Center.

HDR Environmental, Operations & Construction Inc.; Jacobs Government Services; Leidos Inc.; MWH Americas Inc.; OTIE-RS&H JV and Tetra Tech Inc. received a combined $950,000,000 to support military construction, family housing, and sustainment/restoration/modernization programs worldwide.

Hensel Phelps Construction received $66,737,000 for design and construction of a bachelor enlisted quarters at Naval Base Coronado.

HNTB-Halff JV received $48,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for DHS and the Southwestern Division, Army Corps of Engineers.

Howard W. Pence Inc.; T & T Construction Enterprises; RL Alvarez Construction LLC; and Commonwealth Support Services II LLC received $245,000,000 for construction, restoration and maintenance of real property at Ft. Knox.

 

  1. Kokolakis Contracting Inc. received $61,593,483 to renovate and modernize the MacArthur long barracks, West Point, NY.

Lang Construction Group received $7,928,400 to construct building 430 on Des Moines Air National Guard Base.

Lee Construction Group Inc. received $8,000,000 for minor construction, renovation, maintenance and repair projects at Cape Canaveral, FL.

MW Crew LLC received $40,000,000 for simplified acquisition of base engineer requirements, streamlining broad construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization of property at Tinker AFB.

OHL USA, Inc. received $15,982,100 for channel improvements to the Murrieta Creek Channel, Temecula, CA.

Philips Contracting Co. received $20,000,000 to rent construction equipment and operators for maintenance/construction projects on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in MS and AL.

Protection Engineering Group received $10,000,000 for fire protection design and engineering services in NAVFAC Atlantic.

Rocky Mountain Excavating, Inc.; John Bowman, Inc.; Hartland-Mass JV; J.E. Hurley Construction Inc.; and Leebcor Services LLC received $49,000,000 for design and construction services for the Army Corps of Engineers.

Royal Bridge, Inc. received $9,214,065 for repair and painting of the Cheatham Dam tainter gates in Ashland City, TN.

Sam O. Hirota Inc.; Pacific Geotechnical Engineers Inc. received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering services for Pacific region projects.

Short Elliott Hendrickson received $7,405,000 for architectural and engineering services at Ft. McCoy, WI.

Spectrum Services Group, Inc. received $45,000,000 for specialty construction projects at Camp Pendleton, Fallbrook, and MCAS Miramar.

S.T. Wooten Corp. received $7,336,661 for construction of a pump station at Cogdel’s Creek and work on Utilities Expansion at Hadnot Point and French Creek on Camp Lejeune.

Swinerton Builders received $26,509,003 for construction of an aircraft maintenance hangar at NAS Whidbey Island.

Trend Construction received $14,900,000 for construction at the Military Ocean Terminal -- Sunny Point, Southport, NC.

Vet Industrial, Inc. received $11,893,476 to construct a remote switching unit building and associated site work at Gray’s Army Airfield, JBLM.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting received $28,455,603 to renovate Building 32 at Norfolk Naval Shipyard. The Whiting-Turner Contracting received $21,643,200 to renovate Building 30 at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

DREDGING

Kokosing Construction/O’Brien & Gere JV received $12,281,120 for operation (and related services) of the Indiana Harbor & Canal Confined Disposal Facility.

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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 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.

The New Drone Order – Part III_Intro: At the Advent of Winged Drones, Research Progresses Forward

Biology-inspired Engineering and Morphing Technology

Drones with wings? But why?! While some Dronesters are dwelling on the metallic, the plastic, and the 3D printed, other roboticists & researchers are harkening back to the whims of the natural world. There are birds that can maneuver like no human built aircraft can. Researchers have found that the courtship dive of the Anna's Hummingbird makes it comparatively speedier than a jet fighter at full throttle or the space shuttle re-entering the atmosphere. Anyone who's anyone has admired how frustratingly hard it is to catch a fly, much less swallow one. I once knew an old lady who swallowed a fly. It's a good thing it wasn't a drone fly, or she may have sputtered and wheezed. Perhaps she could’ve sued Lockheed Martin if she survived?

The third edition of the New Drone Order series will introduce readers to projects like the Lentink Lab at Stanford University, and other related information.

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BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for June 2015

DOD spent $31,732,488,201+ on 285 on individual contracts in June 2015

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 $31,732,488,201 on 285 individual contracts during June 2015. This amount does not include 19 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $1,003,615,783.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

General Atomics received $21,070,132 for Predator Mission Aircrew Training Systems (PMATS). This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Atomics received $121,350,000 for 19 Gray Eagles and 19 satellite communications air data terminals.

Logos Technologies Inc. received $32,840,745 for research of compact sensor systems (potentially for: RQ-21 Blackjack, Tigershark, and RQ-8 Firescout).

Northrop Grumman received $16,232,399 for engineering and manufacturing development for the Global Hawk system, specifically software fixes and maintainer graphical user interface tasks on the Global Hawk ground station.

Northrop Grumman received $39,050,000 to improve MQ-4C‘s air-to-air radar subsystem design and mitigate radar performance and manufacturing risks.

Northrop Grumman received $60,943,220 for operations and maintenance services in support of the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance – Demonstrator (BAMS-D) UAS. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c) (1).

Upstate Construction Services received $19,408,103 to build an unmanned aircraft systems hangar at Fort Drum, NY.

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

AAR Parts Trading received $72,138,793 for C-130H Contractor Logistic Support for the Afghanistan Air Force in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Boeing received $41,146,387 to provide Saudi Arabia with Apache post-production services and maintenance. One bid solicited, one received.

CDM Constructors Inc.; Conti Federal Services Inc.; Gilbane Federal; Hensel Phelps; Kellogg, Brown & Root Services Inc.; and Nibor Enterprises Inc. received $49,900,000 to provide Israel with property repair/renovation associated environmental work, force protection work, and construction services.

General Dynamics received $55,944,900 to change the grain for Hydra-70 rockets from government-furnished material to contractor-furnished material. This is FMS to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Pakistan.

General Electric received $11,999,218 to provide six F110 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) kits; 17 individual kits to F110-100 engines used in F-16s. This involves FMS to Egypt. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $10,525,232 to provide Australia with C-27J ground support equipment at Richmond Air Base, including supply support. This is a sole-source.

L-3 received $23,188,063 to provide Saudi Arabia with training, a mission systems trainer, field service representative support, and spares in support of ISR capabilities for two King Air 350 aircraft. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $95,000,000 to provide Saudi Arabia’s Air Force with air operations center training. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $226,904,607 to procure the unitary rocket and pod (quantity: 474), reduced range practice rockets & pods (quantity: 1950), and alternate warhead rockets & pods (quantity: 450) for unnamed FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $119,200,000 for logistics support for Iraq’s F-16 program at Balad Air Base. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $20,498,256 to provide South Korea’s Defense Intelligence Command with follow-on support for aircraft equipped with imagery sensors, communication system, and associated ground support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $14,426,483 to provide the Reprogramming Center -West, at NAS Point Mugu with primary mission equipment (hardware) required for the laboratory to meet Partner and FMS Mission Data File requirements in support of the F-35 Joint Program to Japan ($4,808,829; 33.4%); South Korea ($4,808,827; 33.3%); and Israel ($4,808,827; 33.3%) under 100% FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $9,733,000 to provide Saudi Arabia modernized target acquisition designation sights and post production support of the AH-64E pilot night vision sensor.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $70,239,965 for work on Army Javelin requirements that will eventually head to New Zealand, Jordan, Indonesia, Lithuania, Qatar, Oman, Ireland and Estonia.

Raytheon received $8,310,252 to provide the Netherlands with 100 Excalibur 155mm projectiles and 12 palletized containers.

Sikorsky received $79,680,022 to provide Tunisia with four modified UH-60M.

Thales Defense & Security received $12,540,960 to provide Australia with sonar equipment.

United Technologies Corp. received $63,668,414 to remanufacture FI00-PW-I 00/200/220/220E/229 engine modules for Chile, Egypt, Jordan, Thailand, Taiwan, Greece and Indonesia. This is a sole-source acquisition.

GLOBAL AUGMENTATION

CH2MHILL; Fluor-Amec II; Exelis Systems; KBR; RMS; PAE-Perini; URS; and DynCorp International received $5,000,000,000 to provide base life and operating support and logistical support worldwide on an as-required basis to support all programs with disciplines consistent with the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP IV) description of services.

USAFRICOM

Kellogg Brown & Root Services (KBR) received $59,654,219 for base operations support services at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti (90%); Chabelley Airfield, Djibouti (6%); and Manda Bay, Kenya (4%). This continues earlier funding.

USSEUCOM

Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions LLC received $6,563,092 for guard services, Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.

USSOUTHCOM

Airtec Inc. received $80,661,914 for ISR services in support of USSOUTHCOM, specifically U.S. Army South’s flight missions. This involves providing ISR services utilizing a contractor-owned, contractor-operated Bombardier DHC-8/200 multi-sensor aircraft, with government-furnished property previously installed for work in Bogota, Colombia (90%); and California, MD, USA (10%).

IMC-Landsouth, LLC received $33,154,032 to replace base housing at Naval Station Guantánamo, Cuba.

USCENTCOM

AC First Inc. received $62,683,121 for continued support and maintenance operations to 401st Army Field Support Brigade (401 AFSB), Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 received $7,705,643 for ISR support for ISAF in Afghanistan.

Mission Essential Personnel received $9,672,838 for intelligence support and ISR within Afghanistan.

SENTEL received $13,838,338 for integrated logistics services for the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Afghanistan.

SOS-International received $100,000,000 for base life support, Camp Taji, Iraq. One bid solicited, one received. SOS International received $40,048,828 for base life support at Besmaya Compound, Iraq. One bid solicited, one received.

USNORTHCOM

Raytheon received $16,999,000 for maintenance supporting one Joint Land Elevated Netted System (JLENS) orbit deployed at Aberdeen Proving Ground for a DHS operational exercise as part of Operation Noble Eagle.

USSOCOM

American Rheinmetall Munitions Inc. received $10,264,991 for MK 281 40MM practice grenades to support NAVSPECWARCOM requirements for use in the Advanced Lightweight Grenade Launcher System. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), in accordance with FAR 6.302-1.

DynCorp International received $18,286,060 for services (including all labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation, incidental engineering, and other items necessary) supporting JSOTF – P, which was officially disbanded, but continues to operate under new auspices.

ACADEMIA

University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) received $21,600,000 for combustion experiments using both independent and collaborative approaches to push the state-of-the-art in
combustion sciences at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Georgia Tech received $14,299,316 for research, engineering, science and technology, analysis.

MIT received $7,136,232 for R&D in transparent computing, specifically to develop novel tagging and tracking approaches for establishing the causal relationships among activities across an enterprise environment, particularly focused on distinguishing between the "low and slow" Advance Persistent Threat (APT) and regular user and system activities.

 

Wright State University received $7,500,000 to research interactions with semi-autonomous RPV, and to refine/improve Remotely Piloted Aircraft Transit Operations Workstation to enable multi-vehicle control by a single operator.

DARPA – [A South Korean team recently won DARPA’s Robotics Challenge.]

Lockheed Martin received $104,251,040 for DARPA’s Long Range Anti-Ship Missile Accelerated Acquisition program.

Raytheon received $12,211,473 for a research project under DARPA’s Edge-Directed Cyber Technologies for Reliable Mission program.

Vencore Labs Inc. (d.b.a. Applied Communication Sciences) received $11,762,572 for research under the Edge-Directed Cyber Technologies for Reliable Mission program.

SUNDRY R&D

Canadian Commercial Corp. (CCC) received $19,342,257 for the Infrared Detections System. This is a sole source acquisition.

Kratos-Digital Fusion Solutions received $12,060,193 for R&D on thermal management through development/testing of prototype units.

Universal Technical Resource Services Inc.; TRC Defense Systems LLC; Savit Corp.; Middle Bay Solutions LLC; and Subsystem Technologies Inc. received $200,000,000 for Rapid Prototyping & Technology Initiative in support of the Armament, Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC).

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) & RAPTOR (F-22) – [An internal investigation has estimated the cost of recent engine failure on one F-35 at over $50 million.]

Creative Times Inc. received $11,361,000 to design and build an F-22 flight simulator facility and an additional ball field at Nellis AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $19,641,417 for requirements development and maturation efforts for the F-35 JSF Air System for the U.S. Navy ($5,597,287; 28.7%); USAF ($5,408,209; 27.54%); USMC ($3,904,548; 19.7%); Australia ($710,521; 3.61%); Canada ($337,155; 1.7%); Italy ($466,752; 2.38%); Netherlands ($217,537; 1.1%); Norway ($711,221; 3.62%); Turkey ($1,359,110; 6.92%); and the UK ($929,076; 4.73%) under Cooperative Agreement.

Lockheed Martin received $237,765,479 for initial spares in support of LRIP Lot 9 F-35 for USAF ($96,018,388; 41%); U.S. Navy ($33,308,517; 14%); non-DOD participants ($85,991,983; 37%); and FMS ($18,571,231; 8%).

Lockheed Martin received $920,350,132 for long lead time, materials, parts, components, and effort for manufacture/delivery of: 78 F-35A for USAF (44), Italy (2), Turkey (2), Australia (8); Norway (6), and FMS customers (16); 14 F-35B for USMC (9), Great Britain (3), and Italy (2); 2 F-35C for the U.S. Navy and USMC. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1. Reuters covered the deal.

Lockheed Martin received $68,612,500 for increased F-22 flying hours in 2015.

Solpac Construction Inc. received $14,467,000 to re-purpose Hangar 5 Module 1 to accommodate the F-35C maintenance requirements at NAS Lemoore. Solpac Construction Inc. then received $20,219,000 to build the operational training facility for F-35C training requirements at NAS Lemoore.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $269,362,223 for F119 Engine Sustainment.

OSPREY (V-22)

Robertson Fuel Systems, LLC received $10,002,302 for one Mission Auxiliary Fuel Tank Systems (MATS), 11 MATS middle accessory hardware packages, and 4 MATS rapid ground refueling forward tank packages for the MV-22.

HELICOPTERS

Airbus received $28,325,176 for UH-72A Lakota logistic support.

Boeing received $15,340,002 for 1,060 Apache Weapons System main rotor strap pack assemblies.

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $70,000,000 to support and sustain MX sensor. One bid was solicited with one received.

Dillon Aero Inc. received $12,500,000 for the MK44 minigun system and sustainment parts. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Intevac Photonics received $12,626,081 for Electronic Image Intensifier Ship-Set for Lot 4, Apache AH-64D/E Program. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 Communications received $10,077,336 to manufacture, test, manage, and deliver eight AN/SRQ-4 [PDF] CDL Hawklink systems for the MH-60R.

Lockheed Martin received $9,933,000 for flight computers for the NAVAIR H-60 program. This was a sole source acquisition per 10 USC 2304 (c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $13,665,494 to integrate/test software product improvement (SWPI) on (MH-60S) Generation III & V mission computers, and to incorporate all SWPI requirements into the product line.

Raytheon received $10,405,640 to repair units in support of the H-60 multi-spectral targeting system forward looking infrared system.

Raytheon received $42,190,000 for lifecycle contractor support for the Multi-Mode Radar and Silent Knight Radar for the Technology Applications Program Office. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $21,756,070 for one UH-60M aircraft and two fire extinguishers for the FBI, and one UH-60M for the U.S. Army BEST aircraft.

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $38,838,189 for critical parts and associated support for two CH-53K system demonstration test article aircraft.

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $7,710,680 for non-recurring engineering, logistics & program support to produce/deliver six Moving Map Integration (MMI) air vehicle production and installation kits, and associated supporting documentation for MH-60R/S for U.S. Navy ($6,397,234; 83%); Australia ($800,441; 10%) and Denmark ($513,005; 7%).

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $8,088,361 for nacelles physical configuration audit support for the H-53 in-service program. This also procures 36 production kits.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

BAE Systems received $10,850,416 for software updates to implement the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics DO-260B-compliant Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast capability into the RT-1763C/APX-111(V) combined interrogator-transponder in support of F/A-18 & EA-18G. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Boeing received $11,265,744 to repair 28 units consisting of two different weapons repairable assemblies used for F/A-18 outer wing panels at NAS Cecil Field.

J.F. Taylor, Inc. received $32,559,234 for mission essential engineering services in support of IFF equipment, systems and subsystems, and advanced technologies development for the U.S. Navy ($32,233,644; 99%); Taiwan ($65,118; 0.2%); Australia ($65,118; 0.2%); Norway ($65,118; 0.2%); Saudi Arabia ($65,118; 0.2%); and Poland ($65,118; 0.2%).

Lockheed Martin received $20,670,740 for aircraft parts in support of U.S. Navy F/A-18. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 USC 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $10,647,581 to provide Small Diameter Bomb II aircraft integration test assets, including jettison test vehicles, and instrumented measurement vehicles on the F/A-18E/F. This is a sole source acquisition.

United Technologies Corp. received $13,470,145 to remanufacture sixth-13th stage stators and fourth & fifth outer shrouds on FI 00-PW-l 00/220 engines. This involves unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Northrop Grumman received $8,089,528 for repairing 11 line items on the Advanced Hawkeye System used on the E-2D in Melbourne, FL. This is sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

Boeing received $10,143,096 for hardware integration for Phase II to integrate the Next Generation Jammer Pod onto the EA-18G aircraft.

Raytheon received $13,050,000 for software/hardware enhanced security design in support of the Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) program, which will replace ALQ-99 on the EA-18G. This continues to fund an earlier contract from 2013.

POSEIDON

Boeing received $14,083,402 for development/definition of system requirements for the P-8A (Multi-mission Maritime) Increment 3 Capabilities Integration System Requirements Review Systems Engineering Technical Review.

Boeing received $358,938,513 for long-lead items for manufacture/delivery of 9 U.S. Navy Full-Rate Production Lot II P-8A and 16 USN FRP Lot III P-8A ($219,407,863; 61%) and 4 RAAF FRP Lot III P-8A ($139,530,650; 39%).

PoleZero Corp. received $72,088,652 for 118 (max) UHF antenna interface units and 177 very/UHF units & associated communication tray assemblies for Lots 6, 7, and 8 for P-8A for USN ($57,670,921; 80%); and Australia ($14,417,731; 20%), under MOA. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $152,886,443 to provide 53 APY-10 radar production kits and support for P-8A full-rate production (Lot 2 through Lot 6) for the U.S. Navy (46 for $134,585,937; 88%) and Australia (7 for $18,300,506; 12%) under a cooperative agreement. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Aircraft Engineering & Installation Services Inc. received $28,593,344 to manufacture, integrate and install C-130 electronic propeller control system on 48 AFRC C-130H, and to modify 25 spare Quick Engine Change (QEC) kits.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $14,368,200 to build a high-bay, fuel cell and corrosion control facility to support eight C-130.

L-3 received $21,716,654 for C-27J Australia Sustainment at Richmond Air Base, Australia, and Waco, TX. This involves FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $12,860,294 for C-5 computer software update 02. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $480,000,000 for C-130J follow-on R&D efforts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

AERIAL REFUELING

Flight Safety Services received $11,277,475 to construct a KC-10 cargo load trainer, and provide a cargo loader and spares/training aids at Travis AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $35,707,538 for maintenance and overhaul in support of the KC-10 contractor logistic services (CLS) program.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Alloy Surfaces Company Inc. and Armtec Defense Products Co. received $23,269,865 for decoy M211, MJU-50A/B, and MJU-51A/B infrared countermeasure flares.

Boeing received $11,202,849 to integrate the Digital Data Set (DDS) weapon replaceable assembly into Virtual Mission Training System-equipped T-45C aircraft, and to implement the Terrain Awareness Warning System in the DDS. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR.6.302-1.

CAE USA received $29,298,278 for fixed-wing flight training services at Fort Rucker. This was acquired under FAR 52.232-18, as long-lead time is required for preparation to perform by CAE.

D-J Engineering received $6,686,630 for leading edge panels for aircraft.

Exelis Inc. received $8,473,777 to repair various national stock numbers applicable to the AN/ALQ-172, which is on the B-52(H), A/C-130 and M/C-130. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Electric received $8,342,847 for gutter assembly for USAF. This was a sole-source acquisition using the justification that this is a unique source with unique capabilities and data rights.

Lockheed Martin received $6,820,026 for sustainment of the Common Organizational Level Tester (COLT).

Moog Inc. received $11,451,880 to provide B-1B servocylinders of various types.

Northrop Grumman received $33,500,000 for engineering support on the A-10 Structural Integrity Program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $145,385,706 to provide Battlefield Airborne Communication Node Joint Urgent Operational Need (BACN JUON) payload operations and support in USCENTCOM and San Diego, CA.

Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) received $8,750,000 for research and data relating to Engineered Surfaces, Materials and Coatings (ESMC) for aircraft drag reduction.

Raytheon received $59,729,717 for spares, repairs and engineering services to support various sustainment program offices and systems including, but not limited to: GPN-22/TPN-25, ALQ-161/-172, APG-63/-70, APX-114, ARC-187, and AN/AAQ-13. This involves unnamed FMS.

Raytheon received $16,955,308 for aircraft equipment for the U.S. Navy and Australia. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $6,808,144 for an updated hardware design for a low noise amplifier/triplexer and high power amplifier to support evolving UHF beyond line-of-sight capability, including Mobile User Objective System interoperability in the ARC-210.

Sikorsky received $15,984,608 for F-5 maintenance in Key West (39%); Yuma, AZ (32%); and NAS Fallon (29%). This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

SURVICE Engineering received $7,937,256 for SEEK EAGLE modeling, analysis, and tools support at Eglin AFB.

AIR FORCE RESEARCH

Ball Aerospace received (on 29 May 2015) $21,000,000 for laser interaction testing at Kirtland AFB. Ball Aerospace received (on 11 May 2015) $11,145,000 for laser target interaction modeling and simulation at Kirtland AFB.

Leidos Inc. received (on 29 May 2015) $8,000,000 for target vulnerability assessments and data analysis. Leidos Inc. received (on 29 May 2015) $7,000,000 for laser interaction testing at Kirtland AFB.

National Aerospace Solutions LLC received $1,500,000,000 for test operations and sustainment (including technology development and capital improvements) of Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC). Work will be at Arnold AFB; Moffett Field; and White Oak, MD. OBXtek Inc. then received $52,636,622 for base-level communications and IT support services at Arnold AFB; Moffett Field; and White Oak, MD.

Rolls-Royce received $100,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and beyond.

Spectral Energies received $33,000,000 for research for the Aerospace Systems Directorate at Wright Patterson AFB.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $61,812,491 for technical engineering, configuration management, associated equipment/supplies, quality assurance, information assurance, and other operation and maintenance required for Aegis development and test sites [for U.S. Navy (99%), Japan (0.6%) and Spain (0.4%)] including the Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and the Naval Systems Computing Center.

Lockheed Martin received $31,015,536 for ship integration and test of Aegis Weapon System (AWS) for Baselines through Advanced Capability Build 12.

Lockheed Martin received $22,358,071 for the lifetime sustainment and support services for installed AWS for the U.S. Navy (99.7%), and Australia (.3%).

OmniPhase Research Laboratories received $17,781,852 for MK 666 continuous wave illuminator (CWI) noise test sets (NTS); system training; teardown, test, and evaluation; repairs; and provisioned item orders for depot repair parts for U.S. Navy (70%); Poland (5%); Australia (5%); Japan (5%); South Korea (5%); Norway (5%); and Spain (5%). [MK-666 CWI NTS optimizes performance of MK99 surface-to-air weapon system aboard all CG-47 and DDG-51 class ships.]

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

AAI Corp. received $10,966,798 for engineering services for the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) program [for LCS’ mine warfare sweep mission].

Computer Sciences Corp. received $8,394,246 for professional services in support of the LCS Program Office, PMS 501, and the LCS Fleet Introduction & Sustainment Program Office, PMS 505.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $36,591,818 for USS Kidd (DDG 100) FY2015 dry-docking selected restricted availability.

BAE Systems received $15,240,040 for FY2015 selected restricted availability for the USS Sampson (DDG 102).

BAE Systems received $13,592,510 for a 45-calendar-day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry docking of the USNS Rainier (T-AOE 7).

BAE Systems received $13,580,037 for FY2015 selected restricted availability (SRA) for USS Sterett (DDG 104).

BAE Systems received $9,500,000 for repair and alteration of USS O’Kane (DDG 77) in Pearl Harbor, HI.

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $13,223,586 for 55-calendar-day shipyard availability for the overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Lenthall (T-AO 189).

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $11,056,911 for 42-calendar-day shipyard availability for overhaul and dry docking of USNS Robert E. Peary (T-AKE 5).

General Dynamics received $7,296,434 for USS George H.W Bush (CVN 77) FY2015 planned incremental availability.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $27,873,850 for USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) FY2015 planned incremental availability.

Huntington Ingalls received $23,762,770 for nuclear propulsion and modernization work on USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77) FY2015 planned incremental availability. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Marine Hydraulics International Inc. received $11,089,205 for FY2015 selected restricted availability for USS Laboon (DDG-58).

Vigor Marine LLC received $15,630,003 for 75-calendar-day shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Charles Drew (T-AKE 10).

SUBMARINES

BAE Systems received $26,775,439 to manufacture/deliver propulsor and tailcone for Virginia-class USS Vermont (SSN 792) and USS Oregon (SSN 793).

BAE Systems received $18,242,666 for long lead time material in support of Virginia-class Block IV propulsor requirements for SSN 794 & 795 construction.

General Dynamics received $6,500,639 to provide common weapons launcher upgrades to the baseline Block III Engineering Development Model configuration for the Virginia-class Block V submarine program.

General Dynamics received $8,716,028 for procurement of US/UK E Fixture Robotic Cut and Bevel Skid Transfer Systems, Cut and Containment Systems, and Rear Access Platforms in support of the Ohio Replacement Program.

General Dynamics received $20,804,762 to complete AN/BYG-1 Weapons Control System (WCS) Technology Insertion (TI-14) Advanced Processing Build (APB-15) software for delivery to multiple submarine platforms for the U.S. Navy (88.34%) and Australia (11.66%) under an Armament Cooperation Project.

L-3 received $40,315,790 for 16 universal modular masts (UMM), 140,000 hours engineering services and support in Bologna, Italy (92%); and Northampton, MA, USA (8%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

The Analytic Sciences Corp. Inc. (TASC) received $35,445,651 for radar engineering and logistics services in support of NSWC PHD Ship Defense & Expeditionary Warfare Department, Virginia Beach Detachment for U.S. Navy (99%), Taiwan; Poland; and South Korea (1%) This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii)(B).

ATK received $7,481,806 for design, development and studies, and technology demonstrations required to develop and apply new technology to ensure battlespace dominance for the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division (NAWCWD). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

The Columbia Group Inc.; Atlantic Diving Supply Inc.; EDO Corp.; and Piping Systems International Inc. received $35,000,000 for hardware, materials and supplies to support the expeditionary warfare and maritime programs (like: LCAC vehicles; Deployed Joint Command and Control systems; dive and life support systems; SDV; and Navy Experimental Dive Unit projects).

Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc.; Prism Maritime LLC; Delphinus Engineering Inc.; and Superior Marine Solutions LLC received a combined $29,000,000 for installation and alteration services in support of common aviation support equipment and aircraft launch and recovery equipment on board air capable ships and shore sites, both domestic and international. Some work in: Santa Rita, Guam; Atsugi, Japan; Manama, Bahrain; Sigonella, Italy; Meridian, MS.

General Atomics received $737,000,000 for one Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) and Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) shipset for CVN 79.

General Dynamics received $10,739,977 to provide the U.S Navy a contractual vehicle for prototype fabrication, pre-production, integration, testing/eval and development of Gatling gun weapon systems hardware, control system software, and ammunition. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

General Dynamics received $12,999,858 for additional LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement Program early industry involvement for preliminary design efforts.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $3,352,611,760 for all remaining detail design and construction on USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1. Huntington Ingalls Inc. also received $941,175,219 for labor to complete USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) component and steel fabrication, selected construction unit assemblies, and all remaining direct material. This was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-1.

JSL Technologies, Inc. received $11,458,686 for extended engineering support services for the Land Attack Combat & Weapons Systems.

KOAM Engineering Systems Inc. received $15,057,815 for marine design/engineering services to support the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, VA, with ship repair and conversion.

L-3 Communications received $8,415,923 for long lead time materials for pulse-power power supplies for the electromagnetic railgun capacitor charger.

L-3 Communications received $7,565,000 for production of the first two shipsets of the Hybrid Electric Drive (HED) Electric Propulsion System (EPS) for DDG 51 class ships, as well as engineering services and associated provisioning items.

Lockheed Martin received $11,133,414 for engineering services on the MK 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) for the U.S. Navy (65.29%); Japan (30.9%); South Korea (3.7%), Australia (.09%), and Norway (.02%).

Lockheed Martin received $7,967,150 for FY2015-2019 Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 1B3 systems.

Material Sciences Corp. received $24,526,386 to use innovative technologies to design, analyze, and fabricate a wide array of structure/mechanical components intended for the U.S. Navy. This was not competitively procured, as a follow-on SBIR effort.

Raytheon received $10,039,403 for combat weapon system components for the U.S. Navy. A previous, related contract concerned “various radio spare parts and support equipment.” This was a sole-source acquisition “using the justification that the government does not own the data needed to purchase these items from additional sources.”

Vericor Power Systems LLC received $12,772,600 for manufacture, testing and delivery of marine gas turbine engines in support of the Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) service life extension program (SLEP) as well as the repair and refurbishment of output group modules for LCAC engines. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Wyle Laboratories Inc. received $21,619,064 to provide sea test range aggregated mission testing and support for the U.S. Navy ($19,457,158; 90%) and Japan ($2,161,906; 10%).

SPACE

The Aerospace Corp. received $24,668,000 for general life cycle systems engineering and integration for the National Security Space Community. This allows the corporation to bill for depreciation, special purpose plant equipment and research facilities costs in FY2015.

BAE Systems received $46,260,277 for management, operation, maintenance and logistical support to the Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) at Beale AFB; Cape Cod AFS; Clear AFS; Thule AB; and RAF Fylingdales.

Boeing received $85,300,000 to increase the Direct Productive Labor Hour pool by 600,000 hours to award future task instructions for work primarily in Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Fort Greely, AK; and Vandenberg AFB.

Boeing received $11,539,222 to sustain/develop USAF ops/maintenance of the SBSS Block 10 and Red Local Area Network. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Harris Corporation received $13,322,847 for operations, maintenance & logistics support of the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) antenna sites (Schriever AFB; Colorado Springs; Vandenberg; Diego Garcia; Andersen AFB; Kaena Point, HI; New Boston; Cape Canaveral AFS; and Thule AB).

Lockheed Martin received $870,000,000 for continued engineering, development, test, integration, fielding and on-site operations and sustainment support for the command and control, battle management and communications system located worldwide for the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS).

Lockheed Martin received $9,904,863 for security hardware, software, equipment installation, system test, accreditation, certification and delivery of nuclear weapon security equipment in Pittsfield, MA (49.46%); Sunnyvale, CA (32.14%); Cape Canaveral (17.65%); Kings Bay, GA (0.38%); and Bangor, WA (0.37%).

Lockheed Martin received $53,505,013 for mission planning functionality to support the AEHF transition from initial operational capability to full operational capability. Lockheed Martin also received $31,802,865 for AEHF Mission Control Segment technical refresh to support the post-initial operational capability transition to sustainment.

NAL Research Inc. received $8,840,563 to support integrating existing, new or modified Iridium devices and Iridium network capabilities such as global data broadcast for NSWCDD. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1 and DFARS 206.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $16,172,045 to modify current wideband remote monitoring sensor software to support wideband global satellite communication upgrades. One bid solicited, one received.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $36,970,361 for technical advisory and assistance services (Systems Engineering providing system engineering, system integration, system effectiveness and analysis, system architecture and risk management; Operations and Sustainment providing support for the integrated sustainment test and support environment and operations and sustainment engineering; and Acquisition Security providing program protection planning, cybersecurity and unit and administrative security) at Los Angeles AFB; Vandenberg AFB; and Peterson AFB.

Raytheon received $39,040,820 to accelerate the Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) program through adding pre-prototype receiver card deliveries and test support activities for faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $36,608,758 to enhance military GPS software code and deliver additional pre-prototype GPS receiver cards in order to support faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

CACI Federal received $48,566,424 for operational support for Comptroller Mission Systems in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).

CenturyLink QGS received $10,232,058 to enhance and replace the existing DISA Network CORE 10G Corestream optical transport networks with a 100G 6500 Packet-Over Transport Network (P-OTN) across bases in TX, NM, CO.

CDW Government received $26,446,300 for 22,001 general-purpose laptops to support the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) computer refresh.

Data Link Solutions LLC received $478,600,000 for the production, development and sustainment of the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS) terminals for USA (99%); Austria, Chile, Finland, Israel, Jordan, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, NATO (1%). This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Dell; IBM; Unicom Government Inc.; CDW Government LLC; Iron Bow Technologies, LLC; and World Wide Technology Inc. received $652,000,000 for IT enterprise solutions.

ECS Federal, Inc. received $8,427,577 to deliver enterprise-wide IT services to NAVAIR and its respective customers.

Engility (TASC Inc.) received $6,966,555 for management, engineering and tech support required to support the establishment, maintenance and evolution of the 92nd Information Operations Squadron (92 IOS) cyber assessment program.

Kudu Dynamics LLC received $7,242,094 for R&D for transparent computing, enabling prompt detection of advanced persistent threats and other cyber threats, allowing complete root cause analysis and damage assessment once adversary activity is identified.

Mantech received $14,858,630 for non-personal scientific and engineering support (testing, planning & reporting, developing instrumentation software, testing and analyzing data, troubleshooting, finalizing reports) at Fort Huachuca.

Mercury Defense Systems (MRCY) received $7,567,134 for work on Advanced Techniques for Digital Radio Frequency Memories (DRFM). This includes production of 14 Type II Advanced DRFM units.

Microsoft received $9,149,000 for Microsoft Premier Support services and Microsoft Custom Support services, which are “required to provide critical software hotfixes to sustain deployed capabilities” worldwide. This was not competitively procured sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

SAIC received $64,243,133 to procure, build, integrate, test, accredit, and deliver the USMC Enterprise IT Services technology refresh at USMC Enterprise IT Center, Kansas City, Missouri (75%); and Camp Lejeune (25%).

Twisted Pair Solutions, Inc. received $13,750,000 for voice interoperable software and maintenance and associated licenses.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

ARCTEC Alaska JV received $38,855,052 for the operation and maintenance of the Alaska Radar System at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska (plus 15 remote radar sites in Alaska).

BAE Systems received $30,961,704 to establish an insensitive munitions ingredients production facility by modifying Building G-8 in Kingsport, TN.

Boeing received $466,500,000 to repair Minuteman III guidance sets. This is a sole-source acquisition.

EMI Technologies Inc. received $20,000,000 for general-purpose instrumentation vans (GPIV), shelters, and trailers for White Sands Missile Range.

Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT), LLC received $9,986,249 to develop and implement the Automated Test and Re-Test (ATRT) tool as an innovative approach for automated testing, data analysis and requirements verification for Ballistic Missile Defense Systems.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $7,041,666 for test support services, Aberdeen Test Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

Lockheed Martin received $8,294,467 to procure and install the necessary parts to build, integrate, test, evaluate, document, and deliver the missile round pallets (MRP) presently on contract to the transportable (MRP-T) configuration.

Lockheed Martin received $18,014,000 for work to increase Hellfire II production from current 500 all-up rounds (AURs) per month to 550-650 AUR/month.

Northrop Grumman received $19,923,831 for pre-planned product improvement of the Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) system.

Parsons Government Services received $68,845,081 to provide DIA’s Missile & Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) at Redstone Arsenal with scientific and technical support.

Raytheon received $30,947,228 for LRIP for 144 Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II) Lot 1 munitions, 156 SDB II Lot 1 single weapon containers, 8 SDB II weapon load crew trainers and conventional munitions maintenance trainers, 4 SDB II Lot 1 practical EOD system trainers, and data.

Raytheon received $20,190,285 for SM-3 Block IB production support and engineering efforts.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

DOK-ING d.o.o. received $8,670,000 for 45 Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare (CREW) compatible radio retrofit kits. One bid solicited, one received.

Expal USA Inc. received $155,884,655 037 for the demilitarization recycling, reuse, and disposal of various conventional munitions. General Dynamics received $225,599,037 for the demilitarization recycling, reuse, and disposal of various conventional munitions.

Leidos Inc. received $10, 202,036 for product support integration services for the Marine Corps Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare Systems.

VEHICLES

AM General received $9,527,078 for 25 M1151A1B1 HMMWV; 25 M1152A1B2 HMMWV; two engines; two transmissions; and one lot contractor spares.

BAE Systems received $110,406,756 for 36 M88A2 Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift Evacuation System (HERCULES) vehicles and spares.

Caterpillar received $38,450,957 for parts, technical support, and supply chain management for rebuilding Caterpillar engines installed in FMTV, MRAP, HEMTT, and Heavy Equipment Transporter (HET).

Manitowoc (Grove) U.S. LLC received $192,042,928 for Type II heavy cranes and support services and training.

Northrop Grumman received $34,521,134 for system support for the VADER. One bid was solicited with one received.

Oshkosh Defense received $780,396,541 to recapitalize 1,363 HEMTT, and 435 palletized load systems (PLS) as well as 1,022 new PLS trailers, specialty kits, logistical/test support and other ancillary items. One bid solicited, one received.

Oshkosh Defense received $184,453,077 for 698 FMTV and applicable federal retail excise tax.

Raytheon received $56,358,876 for turret weapons system modernization for 34 USMC Light Armored Vehicles.

Schutt Industries received $44,531,810 for light tactical trailers - heavy chassis, USMC chassis integration kits, and advanced medium mobile power source integration kits.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Haight & Associates received $47,000,000 for the Tactical Meteorological Observing System TMQ-53.

Kipper Tool Co. received $10,701,815 for an estimated 500 small arms shop set.

Mills Manufacturing Corp. received $6,783,244 for (between 246 and 6,150) 22-foot cargo extraction parachutes.

Sunrise Beach Corp. (dba M2 services Corp.) received $9,652,470 for daily field and sustainment maintenance for helicopters, wheeled/tracked vehicles, aviation ground equipment, communications gear, and government property at Ft. Hood.

CLOTHING

American Apparel Inc. received $17,009,790 for utility and working uniform trousers for the U.S. Navy and USMC. American Apparel Inc. received $15,751,371 for utility and working uniform blouses for the U.S. Navy and USMC.

Aurora Industries LLC received $11,824,236 for flame resistant uniforms.

Crown Clothing Co. received $7,826,730 for men's coats.

M&M Manufacturing LLC (Puerto Rico) received $25,400,632 for working uniforms.

Peckham Vocational Industries received $19,961,563 to clean & repair unserviceable, economically repairable Organizational Clothing & Individual Equipment for Regional Logistics Support Center (RLSC) Program – Northeast.

Sterlingwear of Boston received $48,000,000 for men's and women's overcoats.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Cubic Applications Inc. received $76,125,700 for support of the Joint Readiness Training Center Operations Group training mission, Ft. Polk. Previous deals (2011 & 2013) involved pre-deployment training and combat training, respectively

General Dynamics received $8,730,370 for the Intelligence & Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT). One bid was solicited with one received.

CBRNE

Avon Protection Systems received $12,123,107 for 11 parts for the M50/M51.

FUEL & ENERGY

Atlantic Aviation received $28,486,022 for fuel. Rainier Petroleum Corp. received $10,015,521 for marine gas oil.

Espey Manufacturing & Electronics Corp. received $66,000,000 for tactical power supplies.

Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative received $10,774,668 for electricity at Ft. Knox.

Washington Foundries received $7,290,940 for storage batteries. This is a sole-source, per FAR 6.302-1.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

Anda Inc. received $12,275,539 to support the pharmaceutical vendor managed inventory program, which provides sustainment material during contingency operations.

Barr Laboratories received $33,345,134 for vaccines for military recruitment activities. BioCSL, Inc. received $10,233,601 for influenza vaccine and prefilled syringes. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) received $11,775,022 for influenza vaccine and prefilled syringes. Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics Inc. received $22,644,000 for vaccines.

Blackbox Biometrics Inc. received $9,371,520 for concussive force monitoring devices. This was a sole-source acquisition per FAR part 12.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $6,572,740 for programmatic support to the patient safety program (PSP).

Genesis Vision Inc. (d.b.a. Rochester Optical) received $31,400,000 for various optical frames and accessories using the electronic catalog program.

Global Dynamics LLC received $200,000,000 for registered nurse services for the San Antonio Military Health System.

Lockheed Martin received $34,000,000 to support Air Force Manpower, Personnel, and Services (AF/A1) initiative to transformation Personnel Service Delivery Model.

McKesson Corp. received $6,128,846,850 for replenishment Tricare pharmaceuticals.

MedImmune Biologics received $47,600,000 for influenza vaccine, nasal spray. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), FAR 6.302-1.

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

TRANSPORTATION 

For commercial multimodal transportation services, American President Lines LTD Inc.; Farrell Lines Inc.; Kalitta Air LLC; Liberty Global Logistics LLC; and National Air Cargo Group Inc. received a combined $145,690,000.

Cartus Corp.; TRC Global Solutions Inc.; and Reliance Relocation Services Inc. received $249,000,000 for relocation services for DOD civilian employees.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Environmental Abatement Inc. received $8,055,975 for asbestos abatement and remediation services at Hill AFB.

Environmental Chemical Corp.; MWH Americas Inc.; URS International; AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure; Tetra Tech Inc.; and CH2M HILL Inc. received a combined $48,000,000 to address environmental needs per technical, legal, and policy requirements in USAFE installations and elsewhere.

Tetra Tech EC Inc. received $20,928,382 for Site 19 sediment remedial action at Naval Station Newport in accordance with the Comprehensive Environmental Restoration, Conservation, and Liability Act; Executive Order 12580; and the National Oil & Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan.

FOOD SERVICES

Coca-Cola received $20,614,266; Gate CFV Solutions received $6,511,924; Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. received $21,631,872; Star Beverages Inc. received $22,962,471 for carbonated and non-carbonated bag-in-box beverages for various land and ship customers in CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam.

Food Service Inc. received $31,704,659 for food and beverages in Okinawa, Japan. This was a sole source contract using justification 10 U.S.C 2304 (c)(1).

Missouri Department of Social Services received $7,776,584 for food service operations, Ft. Leonard Wood.

Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services received $24,416,454 for food service at 13 dining facilities, one flight kitchen, and two warehouses at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas; and Camp Bullis, TX.

The Wornick Co. received $8,100,000 for meal cold weather/long range patrol rations.

FORCE PROTECTION

Integrity Consulting Engineering & Security Solutions received $25,000,000 for program management support for NAVFAC Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program worldwide.

ACQUISITION SUPPORT SERVICES

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $6,804,512 for engineering and technology acquisition support services at Hanscom AFB.

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

Accenture received $21,618,332 for general fund enterprise business systems in Alexandria, VA.

Analytic Services Inc. (ANSER) received $6,999,912 to support Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (OUSD AT&L) with medical, physical, planning, programming, budgeting, financial strategic relations, science and technology, and operations and admin support.

Azimuth Consulting Services Inc. and The Shenton Group Inc. (TSG) received $9,600,000 to support the organic convention ammunition industrial base and demilitarization via engineering supporting modernization efforts at government-owned, contractor-operated facilities; to provide engineering studies, economic evaluations, business case analysis, and overall strategic planning and process optimization. Azimuth will provide analysis and implementation plans for single point failures and armament retooling and manufacturing support programs.

Chugach Federal Solutions Inc. received $12,291,832 for base operations support at various installations in NAVFAC Northwest.

C Martin Co. received $17,910,365 for base operations and maintenance service for the DPW, Dugway Proving Ground. Once bid solicited, one received.

DZSP 21 LLC received $42,274,735 for base operations support at Joint Region Marianas, Guam. This was issued per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Fluor Federal Solutions LLC received $45,364,206 for base operations support services at various installations in NAVFAC Southeast.

IAP World Services Inc. received $14,459,454 for base operations support services at NAS Patuxent River, MD (91%); Solomon’s Island, MD (5%); St. Inigoes, MD (2%), and Point Lookout, MD (2%).

LB&B Associates Inc. received $38,305,951 for fuel management services for the U.S. Navy.

Wolf Creek Federal Services received $108,383,456 for range operations support in Eastern and Western Ranges, and Base Operating Support and Logistics for the ER.

Z Systems Corp. received $18,238,760 for logistics support (supply support activity/central receiving shipping point, pre-deployment training equipment – property accountability, and property accountability augmentation team). Z Systems Corp. then received $13,579,788 for logistics support (including equipment maintenance & supply activity support for 2d Brigade) at Ft. Hood.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

Barlovento LLC received $45,000,000 to the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response effort for nineteen states. Coleman Construction Inc. received $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs to support the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response across 19 states and Washington, DC. GEC LLC received $25,000,000 for temporary roof repairs in support of the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response in the Virgin Islands.

Aecom-Parsons JV received $7,425,627 for construction management technical support services for the Washington Headquarters Services, Acquisition Directorate, Facilities Services Directorate.

All Phase Services Inc.; Bristol Site Contractors LLC; Dynamic Management Solutions LLC; North Wind Construction Services; Bhate Environmental Associates Inc.; Central Environmental Inc.; and North American Dismantling Corp. received $9,600,000 for commercial demolition services.

Anthony & Gordon Construction Co.; Asset Group Inc.; Global Engineering & Construction LLC; Solis Constructors Inc.; MJPM Constructors; WEB LLC; and FLW-TJC JV received a combined $95,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Baldi Bros., Inc. received $14,887,712 to repair airfield runway 08/26 and construct a high temperature concrete vertical landing pad at NAWS China Lake.

Bristol Engineering Services Corp.; Cherokee General Corp.; CKY Inc.; Macro-Z-Technology Co.; and Nordic Industries Inc. received $9,800,000 for construction work for the Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District.

Ceres Environmental Services received $25,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs to residential structures in support of the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response to Puerto Rico.

Civil Works Contracting; Hager Construction Co.; Heard Contracting; Onopa Services; Quadrant Construction Inc.; and Team Henry Enterprises received a combined $90,000,000 for construction in Marine Corps Installation (MCI) East.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $8,2656,194 for additional alteration of the fuel cell facility (P8) at RI Air National Guard Base, North Kingstown, RI.

Dills Architects received $10,000,000 for architect-engineering services in NAVFAC Atlantic.

Facility Support Services received $8,229,000 to renovate Building 260, Nuclear Equipment Maintenance and Inspection Facility at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

Fraser & Fogle Architects received $20,000,000 for architectural projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest. Other critical tasks include identifying customer project design requirements by developing DD1391 documentation.

Great Northwest Inc.; Granite Construction Co.; Paving Products Inc.; COLASKA Inc.; HC Contractors Inc.; and Knik Construction Co. received $15,000,000 for paving and runway and roadway striping at Eielson AFB and Fort Wainwright.

G-W Management Services; EGI HSU JV, LLC; C.E.R. Inc.; Ocean Construction Services; Kimball Construction Co.; and Leebcor Services received a combined $99,000,000 for construction located primarily within NAVFAC Washington.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. received $76,803,000 for demolition and construction for the Defense Logistics Agency in Richmond, VA.

J.W. Clark Enterprises; Rand Enterprises, Inc.; Battle Creek Construction; Belt Built CFM JV; Asturian Group, Inc.; and Honu’apo I, LLC received a combined $99,000,000 for construction projects located mostly in NAVFAC Washington.

Lagan Construction LLC received $14,472,698 for repairs to South Field runways 5/23 and 14/32 at NAS Whiting Field.

The Lane Construction Corp. received $67,337,000 for construction of Repair Runway 14 Left - 32 Right Pavement and lighting replacement and modernization of airfield lighting phase one at NAS Oceana.

Messer Construction Co. received $24,166,000 for the addition and alteration of the Foreign Materials Exploitation Laboratory (FME) Wright-Patterson AFB.

Metals USA received $120,000,000 for metals, metal products and incidental services for the prime vendor program for the central region of the U.S. Metals USA/i-Solutions Group also received $90,000,000 for metals, metal products and incidental services for the West region of the United States.

O’Brien Engineering received $15,000,000 for architectural and engineering services in support of DHS.

PRS Newland JV received $7,182,211 for a levee widening and improvement project in Sacramento, CA.

The Renew Group Inc. received $18,583,758 for new parking lots and roads, resurfacing existing pavement and repairing tank trails at Ft. Hood, TX.

Sundt Corp. received $56,299,513 for barracks demolition and new barracks construction at the Presidio of Monterey.

Walsh Construction Co. received $34,496,000 to repair and renovate a fire station and ship services support facility, Building 435 at NBK Bremerton.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. LLC received $8,859,000 for pipeline beach placement and endangered species monitoring in Galveston, TX.

Great Lakes Dock & Materials LLC received $8,264,274 to repair the Cleveland, OH, East Breakwater.

Inland Dredging Co. LLC received $6,537,400 for Mississippi River harbor dredging between Hickman, Kentucky, and Phillips County, AR.

Mike Hooks Inc. received $25,000,000 for rental of a 27-inch to 30-inch cutter head pipeline dredge for maintenance dredging of Mobile Harbor, AL.

RLB Contracting Inc. received $6,956,000 for deep draft maintenance dredging of harbors and channels in TX.

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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 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.

The New Drone Order – Part II_Intro: Dronetopia: Lessons and Parallels from the Insect World

Drone Warfare, Propaganda, Proliferation, Mutualism, Symbiosis & Biomimicry

What can insect societies teach us about our own? Sure, we bug out from time to time, but we’re intelligent, and they’re not. Right? Well, it turns out that humans share common traits with ants, bees, and other insects. We even go to war in similar ways. This edition of the New Drone Order series will explore how drone technology fits into our world system, and question where it’s taking us, utilizing lessons from the realm of insect species to guide the topic, as well as an interview with an expert on insect societies and autonomous robotics. Propaganda, proliferation, global sales, the military industrial complex, and the concept of biomimicry will all be examined. Go on, read it, give it a chance! If you think you’re so different from insects, you’ve got ants in your pants…

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BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for May 2015

DOD spent $23,818,375,056+ on 223 individual contracts in May 2015

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 $23,818,375,056 on 223 individual contracts during May 2015. This amount does not include 13 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $2,240,501,404.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

General Atomics received $23,075,907 for 72 MQ-9 Block 20A Lynx SAR retrofit kits for the MQ-9 aircraft.

General Atomics received $37,962,062 for 64 MQ-9 Electrical Safety Improvement Program retrofit kits on 64 AFSOC, ACC, and ANG Block 1 aircraft.

General Atomics received $72,068,072 for eight additional MQ-9 Block 5 production configuration aircraft.

General Atomics received $84,838,567 for Gray Eagle performance-based logistics product support for Block 1 program of record and quick reaction capability.

L-3 Communications received $8,775,683 for MQ-9 organic depot activation logistics support analysis. This is a sole-source acquisition.

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

AM General received $16,569,379 to provide Iraq with 150 M1152 HMMWV and contractor spare parts. In December 2014, Mexico received over 2,000 HMWMV.

ATK received $14,173,202 for logistic support for Iraq’s Cessna 208B fleet.

Colt received $36,104,812 to provide Jordan, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Colombia, Hungary, Oman, Panama, Romania, Senegal, and Lebanon with M4/M4A1 carbines.

Conti Federal Services received $10,200,967 for concrete replacement building in Tel Aviv, Israel.

General Dynamics received $69,762,481 to provide Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Iraq with the Hydra-70 rocket system.

General Electric received $2,001,101,104 for the T700 701D/401C engine in support of U.S. military and Taiwan, and other government agency program requirements. One bid was solicited with one received.

Insitu Inc. received $10,919,060 to provide Iraq with support ISR services and force protection services.

Lockheed Martin received $12,037,639 to provide Saudi Arabia with Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor (M-TADS/PNVS) post-production support on AH-64 Apaches. One bid solicited, one received.

Orbital ATK Inc. received $26,134,804 to provide Lebanon one COTS Cessna 208B Caravan with upgrades to its cockpit, avionics, engines, countermeasures, missile warning system, infrared, data link, and wings (for holding Hellfire missiles). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $6,959,530 to provide the UAE an additional 138 man-months of PATRIOT technical assistance on ground support equipment.

SAIC received $7,619,234 for systems and computer resources support for the Aviation & Missile Research Development and Engineering Center, software engineering directorate, RDECOM. This is an addition to an earlier FMS contract (Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, CAR, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany). SAIC then received $17,407,069 to provide FMS (Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, CAR, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany) systems and computer support for the Aviation & Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center, Software Engineering Directorate, REDCOM.

Textron received $11,512,123 to provide Afghanistan with logistics support (a continuation of earlier contract for the One System Remote Video Terminal).

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Young & Rubicam Inc. (Y&R) received $84,425,403 for advertising and marketing services in support of the Navy Recruiting Advertising Program.

USNORTHCOM

Michael Baker Jr. Inc. received $48,000,000 for architectural/engineering services for DHS.

USCENTCOM

AAR Airlift Group Inc. received $13,311,544 for fixed-wing aircraft, personnel, equipment, maintenance and supervision necessary to perform passenger and cargo air transportation service in Afghanistan.

Quantitech Inc. received $9,999,908 for systems engineering, test and evaluation, and computer resources supporting C-RAM in Iraq and Afghanistan with capability to integrate with Air & Missile Defense Planning & Control System.

SOS International received $36,000,000 for base life support at Camp Taji, Iraq.

Sterlingwear of Boston Inc. received $22,845,900 for Afghanistan National Army (ANA) field jackets.

USSOCOM

Advanced Mission Systems; Barbaricum LLC; Black Tree Group LLC; METIS Solutions LLC; Silverback7 Inc.; Universal Strategy Group Inc.; and WinTec Arrowmaker Inc. received $48,000,000 for special warfare technical support.

RQ Construction LLC received $45,104,149 to construct a Special Operations Battalion operations facility at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

ASYMMETRIC WARFARE

A-T Solutions has received $24,477,700 for Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) operations support.

FORCE PROTECTION

Alutiiq Technical Services; De La Fuente Construction; Iyabak Construction LLC; Virtual Computing Technology; and Windy Bay Services LLC received a combined $90,000,000 for worldwide passive security barrier services.

Alutiiq Pacific LLC; Securityhunter Inc.; and Split Pine Technologies LLC received a cumulative $33,000,000 for physical security access control at Navy shore installations worldwide, including joint bases assigned to the Navy.

ACADEMIA

MIT received $11,085,634 for work on DARPA’s Living Foundries: 1000 Molecules program.

NEBULOUS RESEARCH

Alion Science & Technology Corp.; Booz Allen Hamilton; DCS Corp.; Jacobs Technology Inc.; Raytheon Co.; SAIC; VSE Corp.; CDQ JV; FEDITC LLC; Hodges Transportation Inc.; Loc Performance Products Inc.; Middle Bay Solutions LLC; Northwind-Jacobs JV; PD Systems Inc.; Quantum Research International Inc.; Select Engineering Services; The Service Engineering Co.; Waltonen Engineering Inc.; WestWind Aerospace Inc. received a combined $634,000,000 for R&D services to include services for the purpose of creating and developing new processes or products.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $16,452,253 “for prevent, enhance, and protect” R&D.

PROPULSION RESEARCH

General Electric received $105,000,000 for Adaptive Engine Technology Development (to mature aircraft engine technologies). This is a continuation of earlier contracts. United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $105,000,000 for Adaptive Engine Technology Development (to mature aircraft engine technologies).

DARPA

Lockheed Martin received $19,454,226 to work on DARPA’s Tactical Boost Glide program.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF) & RAPTOR

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $7,643,131 for long-lead items for LRIP Lot X engines (CTOL and STOVL) for the U.S. Navy ($7,444,443; 97.4%) and USAF ($198,688; 2.6%).

OSPREY

Bell/Boeing JPO received $38,453,181 for V-22 repair parts. One firm was solicited, and one offer was received per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $9,540,000 for repairs on H-53 and V-22 aircraft. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

HELICOPTERS

Airbus received $24,012,980 for mission equipment packages to be cut into Lakota production line as part of the Army Aviation Restructure Initiative for training aircraft.

Dillon Aero received $13,987,456 for M134D weapons system spare parts for CH-47, UH-60, MI-17, and OH-6 helicopters.

L-3 Communications received $56,182,753 for logistics and depot level services on 119 TH-57 aircraft in support of the Naval Air Training Command’s Undergraduate Helicopter Pilot Training Program at NAS Whiting Field.

Lockheed Martin received $8,463,768 to integrate software modifications of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast into Embedded GPS/Inertial Guidance units in support of the MH-60 R/S aircraft for the U.S. Navy ($7,472,598; 88%); Australia ($693,819; 8%); and Denmark ($297,351; 4%).

Textron received $16,947,176 for engineering and technical field services to H-1 aircraft airframes, avionics, electrical power plant systems, and associated equipment. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $14,630,235 for aircraft armament equipment (AAE) items for F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G.

Boeing received $8,007,259 for engineering and logistics support to improve readiness, expand interactive electronic technical manual and structural repair manual work packages, and maintenance planning for F/A-18A-F and E/A-18G.

L-3 Communications received $11,802,260 to update the F/A-18C/D Footprint Reduction/Storage Area Network.

Northrop Grumman received $7,335,202 for F/A-18 door repair configurations. One firm solicited, one offer received in accordance with FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems received $54,809,408 for 42 NSNs supporting the joint helmet mounted cueing system (JHMCS). This sole source per 10 USC 2304(c)(1) involves some unnamed FMS. (An earlier deal included FMS to Canada, Chile, Pakistan, Portugal, Thailand, and Iraq.)

HAWKEYE, GROWLER & PROWLER

Exelis received $7,148,864 for test program sets for the CN-1717/A interference cancellation system (INCANS), weapon replaceable assembly, shop replaceable assemblies, circuit card assemblies and training for ongoing support in establishing the repair depot at NSWC Crane.

Northrop Grumman received $7,671,202 to repair the Advanced Hawkeye system used on the E-2D. One firm was solicited for this sole source requirement; one offer received per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $11,602,950 for systems/software engineering on ALQ-227 communication countermeasures sets for USA’s EA-18G ($10,442,655; 90%), and Australia ($1,160,295; 10%). This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

AERIAL REFUELING

Archer Wester Federal JV received $13,686,000 to construct the KC-46A regional maintenance training facility in Wichita, KS.

USfalcon Inc. received $41,917,346 for management and professional services, engineering, technical services, and other contract requirements in support of the KC-46 division and the legacy tanker (KC-135/KC-10) division.

POSEIDON

Boeing received $118,148,562 to provide the U.S. Navy ($92,207,908; 78%) and Australia ($25,940,654; 22%) with P-8A training systems and materials.

Boeing received $21,252,474 for additional long-lead items for manufacture and delivery of nine full-rate production Lot II P-8A MMA aircraft.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $24,788,109 for direction finders, radio tuner panels, and high frequency radio shipsets for the U.S. Navy (47) and Australia (16), in support of the P-8A. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1).

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Airborne Tactical Advantage Co. (ATAC) received $41,755,853 to support the Contracted Air Services program, which provides Type III High Subsonic and Type IV Supersonic aircraft to the U.S. Navy.

Applied Research Associates Inc.; Booz Allen Hamilton; Calnet Inc.; EOIR Technologies Inc.; Imperatis Corp.; Integration Innovation Inc.; and Leidos Inc. received $49,937,742 for persistent surveillance – ISR concepts R&D.

Armtec Countermeasures Co. received $23,136,114 for 486,600 M206, 34,059 MJU-10/B, and 57,720 MJU-7A/B counter measure flares. Kilgore Flares Co. received $19,809,054 for 324,200 M206, 22,896 MJU-10, and 85,260 MJU-7A/B countermeasure flares.

Aviall Services Inc. received $9,850,657 to add 71 new national stock numbers to a previous contract for spare parts associated with the J85 engine platform.

Boeing received $15,792,708 for depot maintenance/modifications on the E-4B.

Chromalloy Southwest received $8,629,810 to remanufacture the TF33 first-stage turbine nozzle vanes (presumably for B-52 upgrades).

DHPC Technologies Inc. received $12,692,868 for developing advanced prototype aircraft survivability equipment hardware and techniques, and modifying and retrofitting existing fielded production systems.

Dyncorp International received $8,987,464 for aviation maintenance in Regional Aviation Sustainment Management-West.

Hamill Manufacturing Co. received $6,608,140 for air barrel assembly in support of aircraft launch and recovery equipment.

King Aerospace Inc. received $12,160,474 for logistics services in support of C-9B aircraft, including base site operations, depot planned maintenance interval inspections and engine shop visits at MCAS Cherry Point.

Moog Inc. received $18,995,057 to repair and overhaul B-2 hydraulic servoactuators at Tinker AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

M7 Aerospace received $13,354,491 for logistics on 12 Navy/USMC UC-35 and 7 Navy C-26 aircraft at nine global locations including MCAS Futenma (15%); NAS Sigonella (10%); NSA Naples (10%); Al Udeid (5%); Moron (5%).

Northrop Grumman received $401,000,000 to continue support (started on separate contracts) for spares, repairs and engineering services. “This does not currently involve FMS, but it may in the future.” This is a sole-source acquisition.

Trandes Corp. received $11,572,942 for technical and in-service engineering support services for the Marine Air Traffic Control and Landing System, Air Traffic Controls and Landing Systems, and Mobile Fixed/Tactical Fixed Systems.

TCT (Paradigm) received $9,789,045 for aircraft parts. This was a sole-source contract.

StandardAero Inc. received $9,584,280 for maintenance/repair of T-56 Series III propulsion system, modules, quick engine change kit and components for P-3, C-130, and C-2 aircraft. This was a limited competition per FAR 6.302-2.

AEGIS

IXI Technology (IXI) received $11,500,000 for hardware equipment to include critical Navy tactical data systems (NTDS), interface boards, adapter module and cables, peripherals replacement systems equipment simulators, NTDS IO Analyzers and PowerNet Converters. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Lockheed Martin received $13,652,476 for fiscal 2015 Aegis Modernization (AMOD) production requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $69,690,095 to develop and test of the Japan Aegis Modernization baseline computer programs and equipment.

SAIC received $8,390,906 for engineering support on the program executive office for integrated warfare systems for AEGIS and AEGIS fleet readiness, FMS, Future Combat Systems, and DDG 1000 for the U.S. Navy (80%); Japan (8%); Australia (5%); South Korea (3%); Spain (2%); Mexico (1%); and Norway (1%).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

General Dynamics received $11,273,299 for LCS maintenance sustainment support in San Diego, CA.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $36,956,038 for USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) FY2015 selected restricted availability with emergent docking, which includes maintenance and modifications that will update military and technical capabilities.

General Dynamics received $36,432,599 for maintenance, modernization, and repair of USS Mitscher (DDG 57).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,600,000 for onboard repair parts material procurement to support outfitting CVN 78.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $14,524,779 for DDG 51 class follow yard services (FYS), which provides liaison; technical support; engineering, design, and configuration management; systems engineering team and turnkey, and crew indoctrination and orientation.

ManTech Systems Engineering Corp. received $21,345,857 for specific systems operation, sustainment and support services for the Navy Ship Maintenance & Logistics Information Systems (SMLIS) program, which is managed by NAVSEA’s program management office for information technology.

Vigor Industrial received $11,979,903 for overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Richard E. Byrd (T-AKE 4) in Portland, OR.

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $46,428,897 for planning efforts needed to conduct maintenance, upgrades, and modernization efforts on USS Montpelier (SSN 765) submarine during its interim dry docking period.

Lockheed Martin received $15,995,389 for technical engineering, life cycle support and repair of Ohio-class submarine data processing subsystem (DPS) equipment and systems. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Massa Products Corp. received $10,599,200 for DT-574 series hydrophones to be delivered to the Navy stock system.

Mikel Inc. received $8,754,060 for research and combat system development and processing for Navy submarines.

Ocenco Inc. received $10,462,500 firm- to provide up to 97,550 EEBD (PDF), up to 750 training units, and up to 250 EEBD instructional videos with training materials for the Extreme Environment Life Support Program.

Systems Engineering Associates Corp. received $19,778,516 for engineering services for continued development of the Extensible Markup Language Test Data Analysis Tool (XTDAS) on all deployed U.S. Navy subs.

NAVAL CONTRACTS

BAE Systems received $27,458,219 for 6,360 57mm high explosive pre-fragmented, programmable proximity-fuzed cartridges (for MK 110 MOD 0). This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

BAE Systems received $29,967,408 for six OE-120(A)/UPX antenna groups (for use on DDG 119 through DDG 122, and LHA 8 class ships; and for MDA). This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Bechtel Inc. received $42,183,466 for naval nuclear propulsion components.

Engility Corp. received $23,939,937 for additional systems engineering and technical services for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Software Engineering & Acquisition Management Division. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($23,124,684; 96.5%); Taiwan ($359,099; 1.5%); Thailand ($239,399; 1%); Norway ($108,378, 0.46%); Australia ($15,483, 0.06%); UK ($30,965, 0.14%); Brazil ($8,847, 0.05%); Canada ($8,847, 0.05%); Denmark ($8,847, 0.05%); Germany ($8,847, 0.05%); Japan ($8,847, 0.05%); Pakistan ($8,847, 0.05%); and South Korea ($8,847, 0.05%).

Kato Engineering Inc. received $12,188,470 for ship service turbine generators and associated installation and training support.

Linear Photonics received $7,507,518 for spare parts used in the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program, Block 2. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $34,211,960 for engineering services, travel and other direct costs to support AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 surface ship undersea warfare system and shore site development systems.

Lockheed Martin received $27,283,219 to produce seven TB-37 multi-function towed array (MFTA) production units, tow cables, electro-optical slip rings, drogues and shipping products for the U.S. (86%) and Japan (14%).

Lockheed Martin received $22,136,247 for undersea warfare (USW) product support (includes integrated logistics, training conduct, equipment alteration and installation, fleet support, and life cycle supportability across USW system programs) and installation services across USW Systems. This is a sole source procurement per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

L-3 Communications received $14,032,315 for MK 20 electro-optical sensor systems (EOSS PDF), radar cross-section kits, support, and engineering.

MAR Inc. received $35,000,000 for operation, maintenance and repair of M/V Independence [owned by the Naval Facilities Engineering & Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC)]. Specific tasks include providing crewing and engineering necessary for EXWC to support its offshore missions from the M/V Independence.

Mercury Systems Inc. received $7,132,822 for AN/SLQ-32(V)6 component spares. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

Pima Valve Inc. received $7,655,805 for Navy standard valves.

SPACE

Alpha-Omega Change Engineering; Boecore Inc.; PeopleTec Inc.; and Summit Technical Solutions received $496,000,000 for advisory and assistance services for Army Space & Missile Defense Command and Army Forces Strategic Command (SMDC/ARSTRAT) and supported agencies for various missions.

Exelis Inc. received $29,500,000 for maintenance and system upgrade on worldwide satellite communications equipment supporting SMDC/ARSTRAT.

Insight Public Sector (IPS) received $156,106,996 to renew existing software assurance and Microsoft software licenses for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific).

L-3 Communications received $18,207,336 to accelerate the military GPS user equipment (MGUE) program through adding pre-prototype receiver card deliveries and test support activities to enable faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers to the warfighter.

L-3 Communications received $28,922,000 for work on the Wide Area 6-Degree Payload build and test phase for the Army Research Lab.

Lockheed Martin received $735,514,938 for sustainment of AEHF, Milstar, and Defense Satellite Communications System III. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $12,454,485 to assure implementation of testing capabilities for launch of GPS III.

LinQuest Corp. received $42,000,000 to provide advisory and assistance services to Los Angeles AFB’s Space Superiority Directorate’s Advanced Systems and Space Situational Awareness divisions.

LinQuest Corp. received $7,884,935 for satellite operations support services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

TASC received $66,991,234 to provide horizontal integration, test and verification across the Enterprise; maintain and evolve technical baseline; and perform additional systems engineering tasks and analyses at Los Angeles AFB.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Adams Communication & Engineering Technology Inc.; Battelle Memorial Institute; Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI; DHPC Technologies Inc.; EOIR Technologies Inc.; Leidos Inc.; Praxis Engineering Technologies; and Sotera Defense Solutions Inc. received $994,675,676 for technical information engineering services.

AMEWAS, Inc. received $48,000,068 for technical support services in support of the Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c) (1).

Army Fleet Support; BAE Systems; Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corp. (BRTRC); Booz Allen Hamilton; DUCOM Inc.; DynCorp; Vectrus Systems Corp.; Honeywell Technology Solutions; Jacobs Technology Inc.; Lockheed Martin; Mantech; PD Systems Inc.; Qualis Corp.; SAIC; Strategic Resources Inc.; Systems Products & Solutions Inc.; URS Federal Services; VSE Corp.; Integrated Logistics Solutions Inc.; and SFS Global/Tiburon JV received a $1,100,000,000 for equipment related services.

Arrowpoint Corp. received $7,779,851 for the Reserve Component Manpower System Suite.

AT&T; BAE Systems; Booz Allen Hamilton; Computer Sciences Corp.; Federal Network Systems LLC; General Dynamics; Harris IT Services Corp.; HP; IBM; LGS Innovations LLC; Lockheed Martin; L-3; NCI Information Systems Inc.; Northrop Grumman; Black Box Network Services; Raytheon; SAIC; SRA International Inc.; Telos Corp.; and URS Federal Services Inc. received $7,910,000,000 for Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) network operations and infrastructure solutions.

BAE Systems; Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corp.; Booz Allen Hamilton; CALIBRE Systems Inc.; Camber Corp.; D & S Consultants Inc.; DCS Corp.; IBM; Jacobs Technology Inc.; Mantech; PD Systems Inc.; SAIC; Strategic Resources Inc.; URS Federal Services Inc.; Vencore Services & Solutions Inc.; Wyle Laboratories Inc.; Accent Controls Inc.; C2D JV; DS3 Solutions LLC; DUCOM Inc.; FEDITC LLC; Middle Bay Solutions; Northwind-Jacobs JV; Tecmasters Inc.; United Support Services; and WS3 LLC received a $1,800,000,000 “for knowledge based service-type requirements.”

BAE Systems received $6,854,158 to operate and maintain Navy communication, electronic, and computer systems in Oahu, USA, and Geraldton.

Boeing received $15,008,500 to provide airborne broadband satellite communications enterprise service for U.S. senior leaders conducting official travel on AMC and ACC aircraft fleets.

By Light Professional IT Services received $15,417,372 for a 10-year indefeasible right of use of dark fiber.

CDO Technologies; Lowry Solutions Inc.; and SRA International Inc. received $181,000,000 for automatic identification technology data communications, hardware, software, documentation, and incidental services, to include technical engineering services, training and warranty to government users worldwide.

Insight Public Sector Inc. received $30,934,596 and $18,401,694 to procure Microsoft enterprise licenses and support, known as software assurance.

KOAM Engineering Services (KES) received $61,836,881 to provide: technical expertise to the Network Integration Engineering Facility; unique and reliable packaging, integration, environmental qualification design and testing, deployment, and life cycle support for C4I electronic and computer systems; engineering, design and packaging of COTS and government-off-the-shelf products for military applications.

Lockheed Martin received $12,506,746 for Next Generation Technical Services (NGTS) III, specifically management and technical support to advance high performance computing services, capabilities, infrastructure, and technology.

Mythics Inc. received $12,167,775 for Oracle software maintenance on previously acquired licenses for PEO enterprise information systems and AMC.

NetCentrics Corp. received $25,392,979 for IT operations services for the OSD, Washington Headquarters Services (WHS), WHS-supported organizations, and the PFPA. Additionally, similar support for the Office of General Counsel, the Defense Legal Services Agency, the Central Adjudication Facility, and the Office of Military Commissions may be obtained.

SRA International Inc. received $10,267,333 for operations and security service management support for the Army National Guard G6 GuardNet XXI enterprise network.

SupplyCore received $60,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Alaska region.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $160,219,917 for operations and maintenance support to communications equipment and information systems, Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, 160th Signal Brigade and subordinate units, Southwest Asia Theater (primarily Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE, and Jordan).

ViaSat Inc. received $478,600,000 for production and sustainment of Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS) terminals. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

ALATEC Inc. received $7,842,872 for analytic mission support services to TRADOC Analysis Center, White Sands Missile Range, NM.

Applied Resources Corp. (ARC) received $15,622,051 for titanium M119A3 upper and lower spades.

ATK LLC and General Dynamics received $15,000,000 for services/supplies for engineering, manufacturing, and testing medium caliber programs/initiatives.

L-3 Communications received $9,840,856 to help the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) with a developmental test for the Medium Range Ballistic Missile parachute extraction and descent systems to assess design risks.

Lockheed Martin received $30,000,000 to reconfigure 200 air-training missiles (ATM-114Q-6) to air-to-ground missiles (AGM-114R-9B-1).

Raytheon received $11,266,720 for: two electronics equipment unit modification kits; cooling equipment unit simulator CCLS training set; reliability improvements and site integration for MDA (continues earlier contract for AN/TPY-2).

Raytheon received $11,447,356 for surveillance system supply/support of Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) System for Army Space & Missile Command.

Raytheon received $11,999,540 for Griffin missiles. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $149,495,209 for SM-2 and SM-6 FY2015-2016 full rate production.

Scientific Research Corp. received $49,815,000 to support operations and maintenance of the ground threat system at the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex, Eielson AFB.

Southern Research Institute (SR) received $19,278,221 for continued R&D efforts for thermo-mechanical and ground testing of reentry materials and fabrication of flight hardware for the submarine-launched missile reentry systems for the U.S. Navy (25%) and the UK (75%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $28,868,741 and General Dynamics received $28,267,765 to develop design concepts for the Future Fighting Vehicle. Each contract saw one bid solicited & one received.

BAE Systems received $16,647,049 for installing the Paladin Fire Control System in M109A6 Paladin vehicles.

BAE Systems received $18,866,000 to revise and update Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) statement of work and associated attachments in order to clearly articulate the requirements for a variant baseline design and additional detailed provisions for the hosted and stowed variant mission equipment.

General Dynamics received $7,585,022 for U.S. Army electronic components. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace received $11,901,780 for depot support for the Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS).

L-3 received $19,004,796 for 63 transmissions and associated parts and test equipment for the Bradley. One bid solicited, one received. L-3 then received $9,411,402 for 68,750 system technical support (STS) hours in support of the Transmission [Hydro-mechanically Propelled Transmission (HMPT)] Operational Reliability program for calendar year 2015-2016.

Oshkosh Defense received $8,910,254 for 13 LRIP vehicles and federal retail excise tax. Oshkosh Defense received $39,487,049 to reset and upgrade up to 1,800 MRAP vehicles.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Alaska Structure Inc. received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters. Evolve Technologies received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters. WC&R Interests received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters.

Applied Research Associates Inc. received $18,845,422 to help the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) in R&D and evaluation of enhanced and emerging technologies under robotics and automation at Tyndall AFB.

CONCO Inc. received $16,000,000 for M548 metal ammunition containers.

General Dynamics received $8,790,026 for MK 258, MOD 1 armor piercing, fin stabilized, discarding, sabot, tracer (APFSDS-T) cartridges. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Leading Technology Composites received $14,240,000 for enhanced side ballistic inserts (used in body armor).

Raytheon received $26,990,015 to update/configure Block 0 Long Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3) sight sensors to the Block 1 Netted LRAS3 sight sensor, configuration of up to 100 LRAS3 units.

Sawdey Solution Services received $51,908,534 for advisory and assistance services to the Agile Combat Support (ACS) Directorate at Robins AFB.

CLOTHING

Belleville Shoe Co. received $10,621,169 for safety boots. Burlington Apparel received $19,788,000 and $13,834,800 for Army poly/wool cloth. Tullahoma Industries LLC received $59,389,738 for permethrin trousers.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

AHCI LLC received $27,620,996 for non-personal transition assistance services to the Soldier For Life-Transition Assistance Program.

M1 Support Services LP received $9,662,250 for trainer maintenance services on approximately 6,300 training assets in support of 82nd TW technical training.

Southeastern Archaeological Research Inc. (SEARCH) received $25,000,000 “for cultural resource services.”

CBRNE

Cubic Applications Inc. received $9,900,000 to enhance Air Force CBRN counter proliferation and survivability missions program.

Linde LLC received $35,000,000 for laboratory analytical services for Nuclear Test Ban Treaty verification.

Metabiota Inc. received $7,097,401 for scientific and technical consulting services for DTRA in Fort Belvoir, VA. This adds to an earlier contract for WMD R&D, scientific and technological solutions to meet non-proliferation, counter-proliferation, and consequence management.

Nanotherapeutics Inc. received $43,249,906 for R&D “on medical countermeasures and their manufacture to counter a CBRNE attack against military and civilian targets.”

Northrop Grumman received $99,120,000 for nuclear safety cross check and performance analysis, technical evaluation, and validation/verification.

FUEL & ENERGY

Alsom Power Inc. received $18,830,519 for stator laminations and winding and accessories for the Carters Pumped Storage Facility.

American Development Institute; AECOM; Ameresco Inc.; Clark Energy Group LLC; Constellation NewEnergy Inc.; Energy Systems Group LLC; Honeywell International Inc.; Johnson Controls Government Systems LLC; NORESCO; Pepco Energy Services Inc.; Schneider Electric Buildings Americas Inc.; Siemens Government Technologies Inc.; Southland Energy; and Trane U.S. Inc. received a collective $1,500,000,000 to design, build, and operate energy savings projects to help meet mandated energy savings goals.

Cummins Power Generation received $85,000,000 for advanced medium-sized mobile power source generator sets. One bid solicited, one received.

Sunshine Aero Industries received $12,354,139 for jet-A with additives fuel. Trajen Flight Support LP received $10,769,451 for jet-A with additives fuel.

Refinery Associates of Texas, Inc. received $113,067,273 to provide fuel to U.S. forces and assets in Texas, USA; Qatar; and Diego Garcia.

Freeman Holdings of Arizona LLC received $21,484,112 for fuel. Veteran Energy LLC received $14,200,950 for fuel.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

American Surgical Instrument Repair received $13,125,000 for medical accessories. Buffalo Supply Inc. received $24,496,145 for medical supplies.

Arnold Dental received $15,000,000 for dental supplies for all 50 states and Puerto Rico facilities participating in the electronic catalogue or ECAT program. Metrex Research LLC received $7,500,000 for dental equipment.

Harris Pharmaceuticals received $55,913,776 for pharmaceutical products.

International SOS Government Services received $8,698,319 to support the TRICARE Overseas Program by supplementing healthcare capabilities/capacities of overseas treatment facilities, and providing healthcare in remote overseas locations.

Cerner Corp. received $16,295,575 for software, CoPath Plus licenses, hardware and equipment, and services to replace the Military Health System’s existing Anatomic Pathology Laboratory Information System.

TRANSPORTATION 

Federal Express Charter Programs Team Arrangement [American Airlines; Atlas Air Inc.; Delta Air Lines Inc.; FedEx Charters; Polar Air Cargo Worldwide; and US Airways]; Miami Air Team [Miami Air International; and MN Airlines LLC]; Patriot Team [ABX Air; Air Transportation International; JetBlue; Kalitta Air; Northern Air Cargo; Omni Air International; Sky Lease I Inc.; Southern Air Inc.; United Airlines; and UPS]; & Allegiant Air; Hawaiian Airlines; Lynden Air Cargo LLC; National Air Cargo Group; Southwest Airlines Co.; Alaska Airlines; and Everts Air Cargo received a cumulative $114,851,105 for international airlift services.

Shell Oil Company received $11,107,442 for supply and services of lubricant oil products for the Engineering Directorate of MSC and other government agencies.

FOOD SERVICES

Coast Citrus received $15,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables. Trinity Fresh Distribution received $45,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

Kentucky Office for the Blind received $21,835,264 for food services for the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Knox, KY.

Labatt Food Service received $36,699,346 to provide subsistence in the San Antonio, TX. This was sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

International Distributors received $16,084,903 for fresh fruits and vegetables for two commissary stores in Guam. Parma Fruit MPG West received $55,080,703 for fresh fruits and vegetables for resale at 20 commissaries in South Korea and Japan (including Okinawa).

Sysco received $10,457,522 to provide food in eastern Washington area Zone 3 for: USAF, the Forest Service, and USMC A Btry (5/14).

Tyson Fresh Meats received $194,785,972 for fresh pork products at DCA stores.

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, management & admin, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

AECOM Technical Services received $45,000,000 to prepare Navy and USMC facilities planning and environmental documentation in the NAVFAC Europe Africa Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA) including, but not limited to: Naples, Italy; Sigonella, Italy; Souda Bay, Greece; Manama, Bahrain; Djibouti; Rota, Spain; and Vicenza, Italy.

American Ordnance LLC received $6,984,024 for material management at Milan Army Ammunition Plant.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $32,026,550 for a system integrator to develop and implement Increment II (release 2 through 5) of the IPPS-A.

CDM-FILANC JV received $8,428,997 as compensation for all delays associated with the North Regional Tertiary Treatment Plant’s suspension of work, as well as other government-related delay under the contract with associated operation and maintenance for wastewater systems at Camp Pendleton.

InspiriTec Inc. received $8,052,960 for consolidated call center support services for the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC).

Jacobs Technology received $7,041,666 for test support services at Aberdeen Test Center, Aberdeen Proving Grounds.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group LTD received $212,402,709 to provide the Armament Munitions Directorate [of AFLCMC] with advisory and assistance services. This involves unnamed FMS.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $62,221,604 for base operating support services at Maxwell AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

Roughly thirty companies (across four regions: West, Southeast, Midwest, Northeast) received a combined $325,000,000 for enterprise roof replacement and repair at USAF installations within the contiguous U.S.

Akima Construction Services received $6,657,720 to construct a vehicle storage facility and an additional modulus test in Washington, DC.

Allphase Services Inc.; ARS Aleut Remediation; ADS Trinity LLC;  North Wind Construction Services; Bhate Environmental Associates Inc.; Central Environmental Inc.; Charter Environmental Inc.; Envirocon Inc.; Environmental Remediation Services Inc.; and NorthStar Federal Services Inc. received a combined $9,600,000 for demolition of surplus facilities.

Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. (B&V) received $13,000,000 for architect/engineer services, for preparing studies, analysis and design services, for military and civil works projects within the Northwestern Division, USACE. Jacobs Engineering Group received $13,000,000 for architect/engineer studies, analysis and design of military and civil works projects within Northwestern Division, USACE.

Bristol General Contractors; GSI Pacific Inc.; North Star Construction & Engineering Inc.; RORE Inc.; Team Maniilaq JV; and WHH Nisqually Federal Services received a combined $99,000,000 for construction projects within NAVFAC Northwest.

Burr-MZT received $8,776,000 to replace diesel generator controls and switchgear at Naval Base Kitsap - Bremerton.

BWSC/Emersion Design received $12,000,000 for architect/engineering expertise at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Commercial Service of Bloomington; Custom Mechanical Systems Corp.; Harrell Contracting Inc.; Mastercraft Mechanical Contractors; and Siemens Government Technologies received a combined $20,000,000 for mechanical construction projects at the Naval Support Activity, Crane, and the Glendora Test Facility.

DMA-Mabbett JV LLC received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering studies and designs including flood risk management and coastal storm damage.

Thirteen corporations received fourteen deals worth $196,000,000 for construction/repair/renewal of failed/failing government facilities, systems, and equipment throughout CONUS and OCONUS (including, but not limited to, Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. territories and possessions, locations with named contingency operations, Japan and South Korea).

Enfield Enterprises Inc. received $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs (residential structures) in support of the Army Corps of Engineers/FEMA disaster response in multiple U.S. states.

Gunter Construction Inc. received $6,843,415 for road repair at Fort Polk.

 I.E.-Pacific Inc. received $6,626,000 to renovate and repair Building 775 and quarter deck Building 773 at Naval Station North Island in Coronado, CA.

Ironclad Services received $45,000,000 for Advanced Contract Initiative emergency temporary roof repairs (residential structures) in support of the Army Corps of Engineers/FEMA disaster response in twenty U.S. states.

Jacobs Project Management Co.; M.C. Dean Inc.; Shearer & Associates Inc.; Spectrum Solutions Inc.; and URS Group Inc. received $150,000,000 for technical and programmatic support for utility monitoring & control systems and electronic security systems programs.

Leebcor Services received $7,100,622 to renovate/repair buildings 3701 and 3706 at NAS Pensacola.

LAPAC Manufacturing Inc. received $9,322,795 for sandbags and poly sheeting for the National Flood Fight Center, Rock Island, IL.

Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates; Gresham, Smith & Partners; RLF; and URS Group Inc. received $9,000,000 for interior design architecture and engineering.

MES Group Inc.; Tetra Tech/Mason & Hanger JV; Patriot Design LLC; Prime AE Group Inc.; CH2M Hill Inc.; Knight Architects Inc.; Hernandez Calhoun Design International P.A.; BTA-TLC JV LLC; Burns & McDonnell Inc.; and Bullock Tice Associates Inc. received $45,000,000 for architect and engineering design services with the Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District.

Pinnacle Construction Development Group received $7,184,335 to replace Taxiway C East Ramp, Wright-Patterson AFB.

Shape Construction received $7,324,829 to maintain and repair three telecommunications towers at the Naval Computer & Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic Detachment.

SOLPAC Construction; Straub Construction; RQ Construction LLC; The Haskell Co.; Sauer Inc.; R. A. Burch Construction; Harper Construction Co.; and Hensel Phelps Construction received a combined $240,000,000 for building construction, repair, and renovation and associated work within NAVFAC Southwest. Sybrant Construction; M&M; Anderson Burton Construction; and Bristol General Contractors received $99,000,000 for building construction at various locations within NAVFAC Southwest.

Triton Marine Construction Corp. received $9,923,450 to build the integrated drydock water treatment system at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

The Whiting Turner Contract Co. received $30,287,762 to build a power and propulsion facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

DREDGING

Luhr Bros. Inc. received $7,000,000 for dredge leasing, attendant plant, and on-shore disposal equipment for channel maintenance dredging of the Ohio River, Cumberland River, and the Upper Mississippi River.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $11,492,530 for dredging in Texas.

Renda/J. Bros. JV received $7,520,980 for widening the Florida Avenue Canal, Phase IV, Orleans Parish, LA.

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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 often 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.

BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for April 2015

DOD spent $34,847,681,277+ on 238 individual contracts in April 2015

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 $34,847,681,277 on 238 individual contracts during April 2015.  This amount does not include 20 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $914,480,744.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Alion Science & Technology; BAE Systems Inc.; Charles Stark Draper Laboratory; DigitalGlobe Inc.; Exelis Inc.; G3 Technologies; Herrick Technology Laboratory; The HumanGeo Group LLC; LEIDOS; NAL Research Corp.; Northrop Grumman; Scientific Research Corp.; and Southwest Research Institute received $49,000,000 to support R&D on special ISR components and systems.

General Atomics received $14,833,700 for five mobile ground control stations.

General Atomics received $47,700,000 for full-rate production II Gray Eagle acquisition of ground equipment.

General Atomics received $82,679,703 for engineering and technical services for the Joint System Integration Laboratory technological support to the UAS fleet.

Textron received $79,490,278 for FY2014 Shadow UAS (full rate production VII).

Textron received $27,593,319 to incorporate reliability technology refreshments, improvements and technology insertions into Shadow UAS.

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

Airbus received $9,360,135 to provide Thailand with UH-72A support, hardware and services. One bid was solicited with one received.

Boeing received $63,100,000 as additional funding on an earlier contract for Saudi Arabia Air Force training.

Data Path Inc. received $6,791,930 to provide Denmark with thirty-four Wideband Global Satellite (WGS) SATCOM terminals with related equipment and training. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Diesel Engineering, Inc. received $16,159,462 to help Israel repair and upgrade their Achzarit Heavy Armored Personnel Carriers.

General Dynamics received $51,414,644 to provide Iraq with logistical support and training for M1A1 tanks.

Jacobs Technology received $34,495,000; Jacobs Technology received $13,484,000; Jacobs Technology received $12,498,000 for engineering and technology acquisition support services for Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units. This involves unnamed FMS. A previous related contract involved FMS to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Australia, and Taiwan.

Lockheed Martin received $174,753,051 to provide the UAE with 124 Army Tactical Missile Systems T2K Unitary M57 guided missile and launching assemblies, test equipment, flight tests, and associated services.

Lockheed Martin received $10,466,558 to provide the UAE with AH-64 Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight, performance based logistics, and engineering technical service program. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $31,095,958 to provide the UK with engineering, technical support, and materials for the UK Trident II System. This was a sole source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4).

Lockheed Martin received $7,970,818 to provide Iraq with for sustainment support for their air defense system.

Lockheed Martin received $13,979,449 to provide Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare capabilities integration on Turkey’s F-16s.

Raytheon received $9,168,750 to provide Jordan and the USMC with TOW.

Raytheon received $11,699,316 to provide France with nine multi-spectral targeting systems B turret units, HD electronic units, and associated containers.

S&K Aerospace LLC received $392,000,000 to provide FMS (more than 107 countries) with maintenance/supply support to meet unique requirements of their weapon systems and military infrastructure.

SAIC received $18,196,585; SAIC received $16,691,136; SAIC received $7,769,196 to provide Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Central African Republic, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, and Germany with for systems and computer resources support for the Aviation and Missile, Development and Engineering Center Software Engineering Directorate, Army Research, Development and Engineering Command.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $13,386,756 to help Iraq, Uzbekistan, the UAE, and Spain issue Army prepositioned stock equipment with the 403nd Army Field Support Battalion, Kuwait. One bid solicited, one received.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

CACI-CMS received $18,200,000 for state media advertising and marketing services for the National Guard Bureau.

McCann World Group Inc. received $200,803,134 for nationwide U.S. Army advertising, recruitment, and retention campaigns.

USCENTCOM

AAR Airlift Group received $65,121,714 and Columbia Helicopters Inc. received $63,644,013 for passenger/cargo air transportation service in Afghanistan.

ACADEMIA

Georgia Tech received $7,857,568 for combustion stability modeling and design tool development. This is a sole-source acquisition.

MIT received $3,061,852,854 for operation of the Lincoln Laboratory Federally Funded Research & Development Center. This is a sole-source acquisition.

DARPA

Raytheon received $20,489,714 to help DARPA with the Tactical Boost Glide (TBG) program [PDF p. 18], which develops technologies to enable air-launched tactical range hypersonic boost glide systems.

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH

Al Signal Research received $12,364,574 for Climatic, Dynamic, and Propulsion Test Divisions test and evaluation support. One bid solicited, one received.

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $325,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and beyond.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF) & RAPTOR

Lockheed Martin received $150,609,953 for an integrated reprogramming capability to build, test, modify, and field F-35 mission data files for Australia ($82,885,335; 55%) and the UK ($67,724,618; 45%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $142,683,533 to continue developing the JSF Autonomics Logistics Information System Standard Operating Unit Version 2 capability development effort.

Lockheed Martin received $14,652,084 for F-22’s Reliability & Maintainability Maturation Program (RAMMP) annual support.

Lockheed Martin received $14,050,549 for F-22 sustainment (trainer hardware modifications and system development; distributed mission operations federation and integration).

United Technologies Corp. received $156,955,110 for long lead-time components and materials for 90 LRIP Lot X F135 propulsions systems for USAF ($64,015,312; 41%); U.S. Navy ($32,345,557; 20%); international partners ($43,229,790; 28%); and FMS ($17,364,451; 11%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

OSPREY

Hamilton Sundstrand Corp. received $7,573,995 to repair the V-22 constant frequency generator. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302.1.

INDUSTRIAL BASE

National Center for Defense Manufacturing & Machining (NCDMM) received $42,093,000 for manufacturing technology development and implementation for the defense industrial base.

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $321,800,000 to complete developing the base line Apache attack helicopter, and to integrate modifications.

Boeing received $247,094,589 to overhaul, repair, and recapitalize the AH-64 and H-47 airframe and weapons system.

General Electric received $14,053,374 for Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) technical, engineering, and logistics services. One bid solicited, one received.

Innovative Power Solutions received $8,725,406 to repair the H-1 helicopter engine starter. This a sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

International Enterprises Inc. received $20,565,202 to repair various IHADSS components for AH-64 pilots and crew. One bid solicited, one received.

Kollsman Inc. received $43,000,000 for Night Targeting Systems Upgrade (NTSU) and associated support for USMC. This is a sole source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $83,738,954 for R&D efforts regarding system improvement of system configuration sets for USMC’s AH-1Z and UH-1Y mission computers. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $494,999,925 for software and system development and integration onto CH-47, MH-47, MH-6, MH/UH/HH/VH-60, VH-3, MH-65 and all variants, including potential FMS requirements.

Rockwell Collins received $8,093,754 for Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) Software Maintenance on the CH-47F.

Sikorsky received $480,000,000 for spare parts for various weapon platforms, including the H-53 and H-60. This was a sole-source acquisition.

HAWKEYE, GROWLER & PROWLER

Northrop Grumman received $146,690,370 for design, development, fabrication, assembly, integration, furnishing, test and evaluation support, and documentation on E-2D systems. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

GALAXY, EXTENDER, GLOBEMASTER II & HERCULES (and derivatives)

Compass Systems Inc. received $13,954,688 for R&D and delivery one Optical Sensor System Cargo Aircraft Roll-on/Roll-Off (OSSCAR) system developed for the C-130 A-J for the U.S. Navy ($8,372,813; 60%); U.S. Army and other DOD services/agencies ($3,488,672; 25%); and USAF ($2,093,203; 15%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $9,008,318 to help modify two HC-130J Increment 0 aircraft to an Increment 2 configuration.

Northrop Grumman received $33,404,559 for aircraft and spares to support the KC-10 program at McGuire, Travis, Hickam, and Tinker AFB; and Yokota AB.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $28,306,784 for KC-10 Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Group A and Group B kits.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Ampex Data Systems Corp. received $9,991,101 for sustainment of the current Airborne Data Recorder fleet. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Applied Research Associates Inc. received $11,728,919 for airfield operating surfaces and airfield damage repair technology development at Tyndall AFB.

Aviall Services received $7,896,669 for spare parts associated with J85 engines.

BAE Systems received $26,073,900 for up to 250 Mode 5 combined interrogator transponder kits for the U.S. Navy, Finland, and Switzerland.

Boeing received $173,500,000 for various aircraft control surface depot level repairable spare parts for the U.S. Navy. This was a sole-source acquisition. Boeing received another $173,500,000 for various Navy aircraft control surface depot level repairable spare parts. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $29,318,485 to help sustain the P-8A MMA test aircraft, the Patuxent River System Integration Lab, and associated equipment in support of the P-8A MMA program.

Hawthorne Services Inc. received $7,235,600 for aircraft refueling services.

Moog Inc. received $9,825,365 remanufacture/modification of B-1B servo-cylinders.

Northrop Grumman received $12,211,431 to manufacture, build and test two B Kits, including Weapons Replaceable Assemblies and antennas, for future installation into the E6-B aircraft. This also provides for two B Kit Spare parts.

Northrop Grumman received $105,291,836 to provide Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) equipment and support.

Parker Hannifin received $39,111,301 to repair various F/A-18 and P-3 aircraft parts. This was sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $30,000,000 for Avionics Sustainment Engineering Services on USA’s KC-135 aircraft fleet. This is a sole-source acquisition.

ViaSat Inc. received $12,300,000 to repair MIDS used on various aircraft platforms. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $22,995,000 for Aegis Weapon System and Aegis Combat System combat systems engineering, in-country support, and staging support for the navies of Japan, South Korea, and Spain.

Raytheon received $61,978,016 for two AN/SPY-1D(V) transmitter group radar system sets, missile fire control system MK 99 equipment, and engineering.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Advanced Acoustic Concepts LLC received $7,384,229 for Mission Package Computing Environment (MPCE) hardware and technical refresh, Common Mission Package Trainer hardware and technical refresh, and engineering services in support of Program Executive Office, LCS.

Atlantic Diving Supply; EDO Corp.; and Piping Systems International received a combined $35,000,000 for hardware, materials and supplies to support the littoral and mine systems and science & technology programs.

Austal USA received $11,038,412 for engineering/management services for advance planning and design in support of LCS-6 post shakedown availability.

CACI received $11,807,528 for professional support services in support of Program Executive Office, LCS.

General Dynamics received $24,161,138 for LCS sustainment execution in support of LCSs homeported in or visiting San Diego, CA.

Lockheed Martin received $13,297,144 for advance planning/design in support of USS Milwaukee (LCS 5) post-shakedown availability.

Lockheed Martin received $10,276,743 for USS Freedom (LCS-1) FY2015 dry-docking selected restricted availability, which involves depot-level maintenance and modifications that will improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Lockheed Martin received $8,291,108 for planning and support efforts for LCS 1 and LCS 3. This was not competitively procured.

Northrop Grumman received $31,653,045 for repair, maintenance, and modifications of AN/AQS-24 Mine Detecting System. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $35,139,444 for USS Comstock (LSD 45) FY2015 phased maintenance availability (PMA).

Boston Ship Repair received $9,315,047 for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of the USNS Kanawha (T-AO 196).

Coltec Industries Inc. received $9,887,467 for diesel engine parts for USNS’ Big Horn (T-AO 198) & Laramie (T-AO 203) main propulsion overhauls/repairs.

Detyens Shipyards, Inc. received $15,812,647 for shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Lewis & Clark (T-AKE 1).

General Dynamics received $35,098,989 for USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) FY2015 planned incremental availability.

General Dynamics received $31,773,194 for USS America (LHA 6) FY2015 post-shakedown availability, which involves repair/improvements to the design of the ship in preparation for final trials.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,300,000 for onboard repair parts material to support outfitting Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) in Newport News, VA.

Marine Hydraulics International received $9,848,963 for USS Cole (DDG-67) FY2015 selected restricted availability.

Vigor Marine LLC received $8,730,074 for a 55-calendar day regular overhaul and dry-docking availability of the USNS Guadalupe (T-AO 200),

SUBMARINES

Astronics Test Systems Inc. received $36,402,740 for radio frequency distribution and control systems (RFDACS) and system parts.

General Dynamics received $32,621,880 for nuclear regional maintenance department (NRMD) tasks in support of operational nuclear submarines at the Naval Submarine Support Facility, New London, CT.

General Dynamics received $13,075,119 for Diesel Generator Set Detail Design, which involves designing a diesel engine and generator in support of the Ohio Replacement Program.

General Dynamics received $7,038,334 for the already accomplished procurement and manufacturing of onboard repair parts.

L-3 (KEO) received $111,794,194 for the development, first article, production and support of the Low Profile Photonics Mast (LPPM).

L-3 received $20,791,860 for six TB-29A [PDF] Compact Towed Array (CTA) production representative units to be installed on Virginia Class subs. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5); 15 U.S.C. 638 (r); and FAR 6.302-5.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $40,748,087 for Data Analysis Reporting Tool Set engineering services to collect and analyze platform, Non-Propulsion Electronics System, and C3I data for NUWC Test Program. This was not competitively procured as a Phase III follow-on SBIR contract.

Raytheon received $89,094,388 for 25 Submarine High Data Rate (SubHDR) antenna systems for USA (80%) and the UK (20%) This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Seemann Composites received $49,944,504 for various structural components for naval surface and sub-surface vessels using a proprietary Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP). This is non-competitive as SBIR Phase III follow-on.

NAVAL CONTRACTS

The Navy is giving roughly $5,300,000,000 to 464 contractors to provide functional service areas: 1) R&D; 2) system engineering and process engineering; 3) modeling, simulation, stimulation and analysis; 4) prototyping, pre-production, model-making and fabric; 5) system design documentation and technical data; 6) software engineering, development, programming and network; 7) reliability, maintainability & availability; 8) human factors, performance and usability engineering; 9) system safety engineering; 10) configuration management; 11) quality assurance; 12) information system development, information assurance and IT; 13) ship inactivation/disposal; 14) interoperability, test and evaluation, trials; 15) measurement facilities, range and instrumentation; 16) acquisition logistics; 17) supply and provisioning; 18) training; 19) in-service engineering, fleet introduction, installation & checkout; 20) program support; 21) functional and admin support; and 22) public affairs and multimedia.

BAE Systems received $52,991,616 for FY2015 MK 41 VLS canister production requirements.

BAE Systems received $8,455,805 for twenty-two AN/UPX-41 (C) digital interrogators for the Navy (14) and Japan (8), and 57 Mode 5 IFF field change kits for the Navy (45) and Japan (12). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($5,808,440; 68.7%) and Japan ($2,647,365; 31.3%).

BAE Systems received $25,518,931 for technical and engineering services in support of the U.S. Navy ($23,477,416, 92%); Lockheed Martin, via a Commercial Services Agreement ($1,786,325, 7%); Australia ($153,114, 0.6%) and Japan ($102,076, 0.4%). This is a continuation of a previous contract, which supported cooperative identification, non-cooperative target recognition, air traffic control equipment, systems and subsystems.

Boeing received $11,102,857 for production and maintenance of support kits for the AN/USQ-82(V) Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex System.

DRS Laurel Technologies received $15,513,814 for Common Display System (CDS) Technology Insertion 12 production.

General Dynamics received $46,975,870 for Technology Insertion 16 (TI-16) Multipurpose Processor (MPP) engineering services and Total Ship Monitoring Systems (TSMS) production. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5) and 15 U.S.C. 638 (r), Aid to Small Business.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $12,299,265 for LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement Program early industry involvement for preliminary design efforts.

KOAM Engineering Services Inc. received $15,812,226 to provide in-service engineering agent support for tactical data links and related systems in support of the U.S. Navy and FMS commands.

Raytheon received $33,266,731 to purchase DDG 1000 spares.

Systems Application & Technologies Inc. received $16,776,787 for support services to NAVAIR’s Air Vehicle Modification & Instrumentation Department.

 

  1. Carroll Associates Inc. received $6,573,962 for engineering services for vulnerability, recoverability, and hardening studies of ship structures, shipboard equipment, submarines, combatant craft, and USMC vehicles

Telephonics Corp. received $21,148,141 for up to 46 IFF Interrogators and 46 IFF Interrogator mounting trays for the Navy. Telephonics will also provide up to 12 IFF Interrogators and up to 12 IFF Interrogator mounting trays for Australia; and up to 200 hours of engineering and technical support. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($16,299,381, 77%) and Australia via a MOU ($4,848,760, 23%).

Timken Gears & Services Inc. received $62,522,702 for two Main Reduction Gear (MRG) shipsets for Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) Class Destroyers.

3E Technologies International Inc. [PDF] received $9,995,697 for work on Navy-wide Critical Infrastructure Control & Monitoring System (CICMS) interface to Navy Virtual Perimeter Monitoring System. This is issued under 10 U.S.C. 2304(b)(2), as implemented by FAR 6.302-5.

FORCE PROTECTION

BCF Solutions Inc. received $486,000,000 for force protection site security systems.

SPACE

AT&T received $30,364,337 for direct mission support services in El Segundo, CA for Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC).

Atmospheric & Environmental Technologies received $9,338,025 for integrated R&D of space environment technologies.

DRS received $7,296,089 for R&D on detector array development.

United Launch Services (ULS) received $138,041,011 for FY2015 launch vehicle production services in support of configuration of one NRO Atlas V 541. This also procures backlog transportation for GPS IIF-10 and GPS IIF-11 missions as well as mission specific commodities for the MUOS-4 mission.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Abacus Technology Corp.; American Systems Corp.; Atlantic CommTech Corp.; BTAS Inc.; CDO Technologies Inc.; The Centech Group Inc.; EPS Corp.; Epsilon Systems Solutions; Indus Corp.; Intelligent Decisions Inc.; MicroTechnologies LLC; Smartronix Inc.; SMS Data Products Group Inc.; STG Inc.; Sumaria Systems Inc.; Technica Corp.; and Telos Corp. received a combined $5,790,000,000 for Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) network operations and infrastructure solutions.

AT&T received $43,587,859 for temporary telecommunications services in support of DISA throughout CONUS.

Azimuth Inc. received $12,186,000 for configuration consulting and design; system integration and testing; installation of multi-vendor compute equipment; customization of software; training; product technical support, software documentation; failure analysis; phone and web support; training materials; technical manuals; safety assessment report; logistics demonstration plan; and system fielding.

CACI, Inc. received $29,443,542 to provide Army INSCOM (at Fort Belvoir, VA) with logistics and engineering services. One bid solicited, one received.

Catapult Health Technology Group (CHTG) received $25,853,497 for IT services for the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and the Adelphi Laboratory Center.

Cognetic Technologies Inc. received $10,754,055; Geocent LLC received $10,131,795; and VSolvit LLC received $7,421,128 for software and systems engineering, development and support services to assist in the delivery and maintenance of business applications, systems, and enabling technologies.

Deloitte Consulting LLP received $7,443,792 for Army equipping enterprise systems services necessary to perform database management, software development, integration, and business process development.

General Dynamics received $36,445,076 to produce and repair all products required to support the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 1.

General Dynamics received $49,500,000 to support DOD legacy telephone systems, information systems, data processing systems, and digital communication systems from multiple manufacturers.

Glacier Technologies LLC; Abacus Technology Corp.; A&T Systems Inc.; CORDEV Inc.; Global Management Systems Inc.; Smartronix Inc.; Strategic Resources Inc.; GStek Inc.; Trowbridge & Trowbridge; Leader Communications Inc.; GC&E Systems Group; Bowhead Professional Solutions LLC; Telos Corp.; By Light Professional IT Services; and COMINT Systems Corp. received $850,000,000 for admin telephone services, IT services, and land mobile radio network management to operate/maintain CONUS network enterprise center classified & unclassified communication systems.

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $69,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the European Zone 2 region. Graybar Electric received $15,200,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations in the Northeast Region, Zone 2. This was a sole-source acquisition. Graybar Electric received $23,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Southwest Zone 1 region. This was a sole-source acquisition. Graybar Electric received $21,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the South Central Zone 1 region of the U.S. Noble Supply & Logistics received $96,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the European Zone 1 region.

SAIC received $21,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Southwest Zone 2 region. This was a sole-source acquisition.  SAIC received $12,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the South Central Zone 2 region of the U.S.  SAIC received $157,500,000 for maintenance, repair and operation, supplies and related services for South-central region, zone two.  SAIC received $15,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Northeast Region, Zone 1. This was a sole-source acquisition.  SupplyCore Inc. received $225,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operation, supplies and related services for South-central region, zone one.

HP received $469,000,000 for global content delivery services (GCDS) at DISA-approved locations worldwide.

Kitware Inc. received $9,500,000 for R&D on the DOD Computational Model Builder. One bid solicited, one received.

NAVGeo received $30,000,000 for Geographic Information Systems (GIS), professional surveying, and mapping services in eastern CONUS and worldwide.

Netcentrics Corp. received $18,185,917 for management services for the Army Corps of Engineers IT hardware catalog, integration services, and purchase of IT equipment and accessories.

NetCentrics Corp. received $10,259,670 for IT operations back office support for the Office of SECDEF, WHS, WHS-supported organizations, and PFPA.

Nisga’a Data Systems received $17,557,500 for 3,500 Riverbed Steelhead wide area network (WAN) optimization product software licenses, technical support and systems maintenance, and for five Cascade Express software licenses.

Northrop Grumman received $35,000,000 for information processing for decision-making data in support of AFRL partners, ACC, and 35th Information Squadron.

Sprint Communications received $10,192,627 for cellular phone services for the Army Human Resources Command and its subordinate commands.

Thales Defense & Security, Inc. and Harris Corp. received $3,885,119,045 for rifleman radios and associated services.

Oasis Systems LLC received $12,000,000; Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $12,400,000; P E Systems Inc. received $8,500,000; Quantech Services Inc. received $11,700,000 to provide advisory and assistance support to Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units and operating locations (Odyssey’s work includes: Peterson AFB; Hanscom AFB; and Dahlgren, VA. Oasis’ work includes: Langley AFB; Topeka, KS; and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. P E Systems’ work includes: Hanscom AFB; Langley AFB; Washington, DC; and Wright-Patterson AFB. Quantech’s work includes: Hanscom AFB; Langley AFB; and FMS locations). Corporate entities provide support for development, acquisition, integrations, test, and deployment & sustainment of C4ISR enterprise systems in support of R&D and production activities. This involves FMS.

Oasis Systems LLC received $8,900,000 and Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $8,800,000 to provide advisory and assistance support to Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units (including Oasis at Langley AFB). Oasis and Odyssey will support development, acquisition, integration, test, and deployment and sustainment of C4ISR enterprise systems in support of R&D and production activities. The latter corporation is involved with FMS.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

ATK, Inc. received $25,952,000 for Common Munition Built-in-Test Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE) logistics support for the USAF, Navy, and FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

BAE Systems received $8,005,044 for industrial wastewater treatment facility expansion design at Holston Army Ammunition Plant.

Battelle Memorial Institute received $24,917,774 for the Common Analytical Laboratory Systems engineering manufacturing and development effort.

HX5 LLC received $24,162,581 for advisory and assistance services for the Munitions Division and the Range Systems Branch to support USAF Life Cycle Management Center.

Northrop Grumman received $7,300,000 for work on the integrated air and missile defense battle command system.

Raytheon received $517,300,000 for Evolved Seasparrow Missile (ESSM) Block 2 engineering and manufacturing development requirements for the U.S. Navy (40%), Australia (16.51%), Canada (13.77%), Germany (6.44%), the Netherlands (5%), Denmark (4.56%), Norway (4.56%), Turkey (4.56%), Spain (2.5%), Greece (1.5%), and Portugal (.6%), as part of Seasparrow Consortium.

Raytheon received $9,938,568 for 24 Captive Air Training Missile AIM-120D guidance section spares (production lots 28 and 29).

Raytheon received $17,927,191 for integrated air and missile defense component plug and flight A-kit support requirements in Huntsville, AL.

Raytheon received $18,881,908 for PATRIOT performance-based logistics support for inventory management, and the repair/replacement of 136 national stock numbers and part numbers.

Raytheon received $559,206,957 for 44 SM-3 Block IB all-up rounds and related activities. Raytheon will produce/deliver third stage rocket motor reliability growth/design enhancements. One offer solicited, one received.

Systima Technologies received $12,500,000 for stand-off precision guided munitions (SOPGM) precision strike capability. This is a sole-source acquisition.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Dynamic Aviation Group (DAG) received $39,218,969 to buy six DHC 8-315 from de Havilland Canada in the Saturn Arch and Desert Owl configuration.

VEHICLES

BAE received $6,640,878 for system technical support and sustainment system technical support for Bradley vehicles.

General Dynamics received $8,026,367 for tank fire control switchboards. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Gleason Research Assoc. Inc. received $10,000,000 for modeling and simulation of vehicle protection systems.

Ibis Tek LLC received $9,721,601 for 58-gallon and 78-gallon armor b-kits for medium tactical vehicles.

Jacobs Technology received $7,041,666 for test support services to include materiel testing (i.e., vehicle, armor, etc.) for the Aberdeen test center.

Kaydon Corp.; JBK Manufacturing; and Rotek Inc. received $39,582,000 for the turret slew ring for the Joint Manufacturing & Technology Center, Rock Island, IL.

Navistar Defense received $31,199,783 to reset and upgrade the MRAP family of vehicles to Code-A standards.

Navistar Defense received $17,522,057 for seven MRAP MaxxPro Dash hardware kits for vehicle standardization/reset. One bid solicited, one received.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

American Rheinmetall Munition received $6,639,924 for 40mm day/night practice cartridges. This is sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

DRS Network & Imaging Systems LLC received $6,858,907 to support research into uncooled infrared manufacturing technology.

Northrop Grumman received $38,712,496 for continued software development, maintenance, and training on the Counter-Rocket Artillery Mortar (C-RAM) Command & Control System.

Stanley Assoc. received $8,640,071 for sustainment of Army prepositioned stock in Rock Island, Illinois; Charleston, South Carolina; Afghanistan; South Korea; Italy; Germany; Kuwait; and Qatar. One bid was solicited, one received.

CLOTHING

Golden Manufacturing Co. received $55,993,905 for Army coats.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

AEgis Technologies Group Inc. received $6,720,457 to build upon an earlier contract, which was for Air Force Modeling & Simulation Training Toolkit command & control and training environment modification; third party enhancements and integration; and information systems security engineering. This new addition focuses on primary R&D activities, change requests, architecture modernization, and software engineering activities.

CBRNE

Bechtel National, Inc. received $1,340,391,614 for Agent Operations of the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP). This includes facility design, construction, equipment acquisition, systemization, pilot testing, operations, and closure of the plant to destroy the chemical weapons stockpile stored at the depot.

Chemring Detection Systems (CDS) received $14,934,533 for a Joint Biological Tactical Detection System.

FUEL & ENERGY

Delta Coals received $7,857,690 for bituminous coal deliveries.

Calumet San Antonio Refining received $36,393,732 for turbine fuel. Epic Aviation LLC received $26,699,712 for jet fuel. Petro Air Inc. (Aguadilla, Puerto Rico) received $9,500,101 for jet fuel. Total Petroleum Puerto Rico Corp. received $10,959,612 for fuel. Signature Flight Support Corporation-KHSV, $9,631,560; Signature Flight Support Corporation-KAUS, $6,877,758; and Signature Flight Support, $6,681,488 will provide jet fuel. These were sole-source acquisitions.

Interstate Electrical Contractors received $10,988,000 to increase the Ft. Randall, SD, switchyard bus from 1,200 Amp rating to 2,000 Amp rating.

CIMA Energy Ltd. received $6,618,966; IGI Resources, Inc. received $10,128,665; Tiger Natural Gas, Inc. received $14,782,044 for natural gas.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

AMG Healthcare Services; Cherokee Nation Healthcare Services; Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV; Medforce Government Solutions; Saratoga Medical Center; SPDS, Inc.; and Team Placement Services received a combined $98,954,423 for dental services.

Belmont Instrument Corp. received $19,658,018 for fluid warmers, accessories and repair parts. Gaumard Scientific Company Inc. received $8,513,660 for medical simulators and accessories.

Deloitte Consulting, LLP received $7,959,914 for highly specialized services for engineering management support of all programs and projects across Defense Health Clinical Systems (DHCS) and Theater Medical Information Program – Joint (TMIP-J) product lines and software applications.

Global Dynamics, LLC; VetFed Resources, Inc.; and Washington-Harris Group, Inc. received a combined $193,605,129 for various ancillary services to include Allied Health, technician, technologist, and assistant labor bands at military treatment facilities in northeastern USA.

Health Net Federal Services received $2,970,428,722 to extend TRICARE North Region Managed Health Care Support.

Henry Schein Inc. received $28,500,000 for dental and medical supplies. Inficon Inc. received $46,800,000 for medical items and accessories.

Leidos, Inc. received $21,404,370 to sustain the current, legacy electronic health record (EHR) systems, ALHTA and CHCS.

MAQ Diversified Inc.; Matrix Providers Inc.; Potomac Healthcare Solutions; Med Pros Group LLC; and Dilligas Corp. received a combined $28,339,864 for various ancillary services to include Allied Health, technician, technologist, and assistant labor bands at military treatment facilities in western USA.

Sandoz Inc. received $13,435,871 for pharmaceuticals.

TRANSPORTATION 

American Overseas Marine Corp. received $16,908,829 for operation and maintenance of seven large, medium speed roll-on/roll-off ships, which support deployed military forces worldwide.

Bighorn Airways, Inc. and Omni Air Transport received $61,287,954 for Domestic Charter Airlift Services. Corporate Flight Management received $61,287,954 for Domestic Charter Airlift Services.

Menlo Worldwide Government Services received $134,673,605 for freight transportation arrangement services throughout CONUS.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Environmental Rail Solutions, Inc.; Aleut World Solutions, LLC; Penguin Logistics LLC; and Pika International, Inc. received $225,000,000 to transport and dispose of varying types of radiological waste.

HDR Environmental received $75,000,000 for implementation and management of the Navy’s marine species monitoring program in NAVFAC Atlantic & Pacific.

FOOD SERVICES

Cantu Services Inc. received $8,532,462 for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, full-food service. Labatt Food Service received $10,257,034 for full line food distribution in TX and NM. This was a sole-source acquisition. Louisiana Workforce Commission received $9,581,526 for full food service for the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Polk.

Royal Food Service received $94,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually consist of a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, management & admin, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

BBH Consulting Inc. received $9,900,000 to support the Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC) with tasks for depot maintenance at Hill AFB.

Crew MW LLC received $9,200,000 for all plant, labor, materials and equipment, and all operations in connection with Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineering Requirements (SABER) at Eglin AFB.

Didlake Inc. received $7,947,400 for custodial services at NAS Oceana, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, and Norfolk Naval Shipyard and outlying clinics in the Hampton Roads Area. This is sole-source to a SourceAmerica participating nonprofit agency pursuant to the Javits-Wagner-O’Day Act and FAR Part 8.

EMCOR Government Services received $24,365,827 for base services facilities maintenance operations at Ft. Huachuca, AZ.

Goodwill Industries received $7,093,638 for grounds maintenance services at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Immixtechnology Inc. received $39,169,546 for Business Activity Monitoring Services, which allow ID of improper payments across legacy payment systems.

Presidio Municipal Services Agency received $8,749,233 for Presidio of Monterey/Defense Manpower Data Center Base Operations Support Services and ancillary sites.

Quaternary Resource Investigations (QRI) received $40,000,000 for debris management. One bid solicited, one received.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $21,235,209 for maintenance, supply, and transportation support to the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Polk.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. received $45,000,000 and Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received $45,000,000 for architectural/engineering services for the Army and ANG nationwide to include Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and the District of Columbia.

Pond & Co. received $45,000,000 for architectural/engineering services for the Army and Air National Guard in USA, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.

Tutor Perini Corp. received $21,640,516 for house revitalization, Phase II at Lockwood Terrace, Naval Base, Guam.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

ABBA Construction, Inc.; Nelson Construction; Bay Area Building Solutions; R.M. Williams Construction; EMR, Inc.; and Danner Construction received a combined $150,000,000 for construction projects at MacDill AFB and Avon Park Air Force Range. Homeland Security Construction was later added to this funding effort.

Advanced Construction Techniques received $8,513,221 for construction of Rough River Phase 1B, Exploratory Drilling & Grouting in Falls of Rough, KY.

CAM-NVE JV; Dawn Inc.; Diversified Facility Solutions; Doyon Management Services; H2L1-CSC JV; PCI-BBCS LLC; PPW Builders and J&S Construction Co. JV; and RDT-Semper Tek JV received a cumulative $100,000,000 for maintenance and construction work at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Cashman Equipment Corp. received $8,276,236 for North Jetty repairs encompassing Newburyport Harbor and Salisbury, MA.

Clark Construction Group received $40,737,000 for construction of the East Campus parking garage 1, Ft. Meade.

ControlPoint Surveying received $7,500,000 for topographic, hydrographic, cadastral, and pavement condition surveys at NAVFAC Pacific locations.

Costello Construction of Maryland received $10,175,000 to build a parking garage for the Center for Cyber Security at the U.S. Naval Academy.

Ecology & Environment Inc. received $15,000,000 for base development planning and engineering services for Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) and Range Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (RAICUZ) studies for various locations throughout NAVFAC Atlantic and worldwide.

Gahagan & Bryant Assoc. received $12,000,000 for architectural/engineering support to the National Planning Center of Excellence Coastal Storm Management Service.

Healtheon Inc. received $7,168,255 to replace pumps at the Harvey Sector Gate in Harvey, LA.

Hensel Phelps Construction received $62,493,027 to build a hangar, parking apron, and taxiway for one MV-22 squadron at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Insight Pacific LLC received $20,517,728 to repair and renovate AMC passenger terminal at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Macro-Z Technology Co. received $17,092,932 for initial construction of the Joint Regional Deployment Processing Center, March Air Reserve Base, CA.

Manson Construction Co. received $39,520,500 for construction and dredging in and around the inner coastal waterway and St. John’s River in Jacksonville, FL.

Mirador Enterprises Inc. received $9,000,000 for construction services around Holloman AFB. Mirador Enterprises Inc.; Mesa Verde Enterprises Inc.; Dawn Inc./McTech Corp. JV; R-Con Construction Inc.; and E-Corp. received a combined $15,000,000 for construction around Holloman AFB.

Mortenson Gurnley received $91,000,000 to build a multistory office building on Ft. Meade.

Nova Group Inc. received $21,288,300 for replacing a hydrant fueling system at Holloman AFB.

RQ-Berg JV received $25,333,000 to design/build Camp Wilson infrastructure upgrades at USMC Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms.

SAI-Talon JV received $13,097,800 to build four flight line fill stands at Luke AFB.

Schultz & Assoc. Architects received $10,000,000 to design military projects for repair and/or construction for the National Guard Bureau, Bismarck, ND.

SGS LLC received $13,977,664 to design/build a flight control tower at Ft. Bliss.

Stronghold Engineering Inc. received $7,377,218 to repair communication infrastructure cabling systems damaged by wildfires at Camp Pendleton.

TW Metals received $200,000,000 for metals tailored logistics support for the Southeast region.

Turner Construction received $28,263,125 to design/build the collaboration center, visitors screening facility, and repository at Redstone Arsenal.

Walsh Group Ventures received $11,319,000 for construction of air traffic control tower and supporting facilities at Gray's Army Airfield, JBLM.

Weldin Construction LLC received $20,000,000 for maintenance, repair and minor construction work at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

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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 invokes 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.

BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for February 2015

DOD spent $16,962,000,762+ on 218 individual contracts in February 2015

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 $16,962,000,762 on 218 individual contracts during February 2015.

REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

General Atomics received $279,144,933 for 24 MQ-9 Block 5 Reapers (including spare parts, equipment and spares). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $25,848,612 for engineering sustainment and integrated logistics in support of MQ-8 software. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $63,700,156 for long-lead components, material, parts and efforts to maintain the MQ-4C Triton planned production schedule. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

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

BAE Systems received $221,000,000 for F-16 support equipment and related services. This is a sole-source acquisition. This is 100% FMS “to multiple countries including Morocco, Egypt, Oman, Pakistan, Indonesia and Portugal.”

Boeing received $402,787,272 to upgrade four of Japan’s E-767 aircraft and three ground support facilities as part of the AWACS Mission Computing Upgrade Program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $6,668,824 for Software Test & Integration Center 25X System Configuration Set upgrades in support of the F/A-18 program for Finland.

DynCorp International received $68,961,578 to provide Saudi Arabia’s National Guard with integrated maintenance support services.

Elbit Systems received $13,185,756 to provide Indonesia with 300 Apache Aviator Integrated Helmets.

Hellfire Systems LLC received $144,044,911 to provide Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, and Australia with 2,060 Hellfire II tactical missiles in containers, AGM-114R, AGM-114R-3, AGM-114P-4A, ATM-114Q-6 and AGM-114R-5.

Loyal Source Government Services received $24,379,961 to provide Australia with upgrades, new equipment training, and field service reps supporting the M777A2 and M111A1 howitzer and the M111A1 Improved Position Azimuth Determining System.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $25,368,524 to provide Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, France, Lithuania, Jordan, Norway, Taiwan, and USA’s DOD with Javelin life cycle contractor support and repairs.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $14,678,835 for 101 Javelin Block 1 Command Launch Unit (CLU) retrofits to support unnamed FMS.

Raytheon received $35,054,125 to provide South Korea with 63 Stinger FIM-92 H Block 1 missiles, 28 Air-to-Air Launchers, 4 Captive Flight Trainers, associated test equipment, parts, and support. One bid was solicited with one received.

Raytheon received $7,560,440 to provide the UAE with technical support for the Hawk missile program. Raytheon again received $7,560,440 to provide the UAE with technical support services for the Hawk missile.

Raytheon received $9,603,500 for SM-2 and SM-6 engineering and technical services for the U.S. Navy (23 percent), Japan (50.2 percent), Taiwan (14.8 percent), the Netherlands (4.3 percent), South Korea (4.2 percent), Germany (2.9 percent) and Spain (.6 percent).

Raytheon received $10,464,556 to provide Australia with Multi-Spectral Targeting Systems Turret Units, electronic units and power converter units and data for the MH-60. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), as set forth is FAR 6.302-1(b)(1)(ii).

Robertson Fuel Systems received $45,352,938 to provide South Korea, Turkey, the UAE with CH-47 Extended Range Fuel Systems and associated support equipment.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $48,349,717 for receiving, repairing, maintaining, storing, and issuing APS-5 equipment in support of the 402nd Army Field Support Battalion – Kuwait. This is FMS to Spain, Iraq, Uzbekistan, and the UAE. One bid was solicited, one received.

USCENTCOM

Battlespace Flight Services LLC received $6,929,281 to provide aircraft maintenance management; aerospace ground equipment and ground support equipment maintenance; supply support; C4ISR systems; and quality control and ancillary support programs. The program supports ACC, the ANG and other major command and combatant command customers to sustain the combat and training capability. Work will be performed at Jalalabad Afghanistan. Battlespace Flight Services LCC received $6,768,859 for the above services, but this specific work will be performed at Creech AFB.

DynCorp International received $34,353,702 for aviation maintenance service for OEF in Afghanistan.

L-3 received $7,076,616 for intelligence support to U.S. forces in Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Mission Essential Personnel LLC (MEP) received $9,952,731 for intelligence support to U.S. forces in Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

DARPA

Agile Defense Inc. received $26,191,017 for unclassified IT services and support for DARPA’s Mission Services Office IT Directorate.

ACADEMIA

Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc. received $302,443,626 for ongoing acquisition of Trident (D5) MK 6 Guidance System Repair Program aspects. This is a sole source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH

CUBRS Inc. received $32,678,236 for research, testing and analysis of supersonic and hypersonic vehicles and their components at the Aerothermal Aero-Optics Evaluation Center.

Northrop Grumman received $30,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and beyond. Northrop Grumman will develop technologies by the 2017 timeframe that will permit an order of magnitude increase in turbo-propulsion affordability over the Y2K state-of-the-art technology.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

Lockheed Martin received $35,600,000 for a Joint Strike Missile (JSM) risk reduction and integration study of the F-35 Air System for Norway.

Lockheed Martin received $16,492,000 for vehicle management computer retrofit modification kits in aircraft, which are critical to meeting F-35 requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $14,488,097 to incorporate Block 3i requirements into the F-35 U.S. Reprogramming Laboratory, including software upgrade, hardware refresh, end-to-end demonstration and certification and accreditation.

Lockheed Martin received $39,608,596 for electronic components in support of F-35 aircraft for the USAF ($16,843,735; 43 percent); USMC ($5,996,093; 15 percent), U.S. Navy ($3,710,236; 9.4 percent); international partners ($10,485,085; 26.5 percent); Israel ($1,362,337; 3.1 percent); and Japan ($1,211,110; 3 percent).

United Technologies Corp. received $9,365,128 for common recurring sustainment and common depot activation services for LRIP Lot VIII F135 engines. Purchases: USAF ($4,610,815; 49 percent); the U.S. Navy/Marine Corps ($3,935,433; 42 percent); and the international partners ($818,880; 9 percent).

OSPREY

Bell Boeing JPO received $19,353,052 for aircraft spare parts. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Moog Inc. received $71,339,972 to repair multiple components used on MV-22 and CV-22 aircraft. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

HELICOPTERS

Lockheed Martin and Sikorsky (working together under a joint venture named: Marine Helicopter Support Co.) received $1,999,812,283 for 1,710 weapon replaceable assemblies/shop replaceable assemblies’ components in support of the H-60 aircraft. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Airbus received $220,564,993 for forty-one 72A Lakota helicopters, including forty-one Airborne Radio Communications 231 Radios.

Airbus received $28,320,933 for logistic support, which entails flying hours, mission equipment packages and direct labor support.

Boeing received $8,541,115 for the Improved Helmet & Display Sight System (IHADSS).

Boeing received $591,245,165 for 35 AH-64E helicopters under the full rate production of Lot 5.

FLIR Systems Inc. received $7,860,549 to overhaul UH-60 turret assembly, infrared.

Maritime Helicopter Support Co. received $25,499,598 for logistics support on 1275 H-60 components. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(2).

Sikorsky received $11,582,807 for maintenance on aircraft operated by Adversary Squadrons.

Textron received $50,095,510 to repair four weapons replaceable assemblies in support of the H-1 Legacy helicopter. One company was solicited per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Textron received $6,800,000 to repair AH-1W helicopter transmissions. One company was solicited for this non-competitive requirement per FAR 6.302-2.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Cobham Life Support Systems, Inc. received $7,000,000 for 180 new carbon monoxide catalyst sieve bed sets; 500 retrofit carbon monoxide catalyst sieve bed Sets; 51 refurbished TTU-520 A/E test sets; and 1,208 labels in support of F/A-18 and EA-18G aircraft, including non-recurring engineering and associated technical data.

General Electric received $192,400,000 for F110/101/118 Engine Component Improvement Program. This involves unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $33,665,783 for various repairs on numerous subassemblies in support of the F-18 aircraft. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302.1.

HAWKEYE & GROWLER

Northrop Grumman received $148,335,501 for one E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft.

Northrop Grumman received $37,979,459 for outer wing weapons panel. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Sensor & Antenna Systems received $10,137,104 for transmitter software and firmware engineering services in support of the AN/ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR.6.302-1.

GALAXY, EXTENDER, GLOBEMASTER II & HERCULES

Battelle Memorial Institute received $11,538,790 for one C-130 Modular Aerial Spray System.

Lockheed Martin received $28,419,498 for MC-130J Increment 3 LRIP Kits.

Northrup Grumman received $17,920,490 for logistics services, and spares to support the KC-10 program.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Airborne Tactical Advantage Co. received $12,798,915 for services in support of the Contracted Air Services (CAS) Program, which provides Type III High Subsonic & Type IV Supersonic aircraft to the U.S. Navy for a wide variety of airborne threat simulation capabilities.

ATK LLC received $30,656,796 for manufacture, upgrade, repair and test assemblies of the AN/AAR-47 (V) Missile Warning Set for: the U.S. Navy ($10,474,978; 35 percent); USAF ($ 10,432,828; 35 percent); Defense Working Capital funds ($3,318,600; 11 percent); National Guard Reserve ($2,644,580; 10 percent); India ($1,080,884; 3.5 percent); Norway ($985,070; 3.2 percent); Spain ($610,068; 2 percent); and Australia ($40,770; .3 percent). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Boeing received $10,400,000 for pallets for the U.S. Nay. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $67,338,521 to design and develop an [prototype] E-4B low frequency transmit system.

COLSA Corp. received $153,137,208 for Mobility Directorate Advisory and Assistance Services.

CPI Aero Inc. received $49,000,000 to provide 74 aircraft kits used for structural modifications to sustain T-38C Pacer Classic III aircraft.

Gulfstream received $13,006,223 for seven additional months of services for logistics support for the Navy C-20 and C-37 fleet.

Rolls-Royce received $40,000,000 for the T56 component improvement program. This involves some FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Tunista Services received $46,652,395 for operation and maintenance of the Barry M. Goldwater Range and Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $16,663,785 to remanufacture of FI00-PW-100/200/220/220E/229 engine modules. This is a sole source acquisition and one offer was received.

United Technologies Corp. received $407,800,000 for engine component improvement program work [design, life management/analysis, repair, engine test]. This involves FMS. This is the result of a sole-source acquisition.

AEGIS

SAIC received $8,068,727 for engineering support services in support of Program Executive Office for Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS) 1.0 for Aegis and Aegis Fleet Readiness, 4.0 FMS, 7.0 Future Combat Systems, and 9.0 DDG 1000. Purchases: the U.S. Navy (83 percent), Australia, Japan, South Korea, Norway and Spain (17 percent).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $52,103,717 for repair and alteration of USS O’Kane (DDG 77) in Pearl Harbor, HI. BAE Systems received $6,791,396 for additional repair and alteration of USS O’Kane (DDG 77) in Pearl Harbor, HI.

BAE Systems received $38,295,822 for USS Mahan (DDG-72) FY2015 docking selected restricted availability, which includes the planning and execution of depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Bruce S. Rosenblatt & Associates LLC received $14,903,984; CDI Marine Co. LLC received $14,608,637; Gryphon Technologies received $14,619,412; Marine Systems Corp. received $13,890,103; QED Systems Inc. received $12,081,784; and Valkyrie Enterprises LLC received $11,420,253 for marine design and engineering services to support the Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) in ship repair and conversion.

Detyens Shipyards received $12,592,370 for shipyard availability for overhaul and dry docking of the USNS Patuxent (T-AO 201) in Charleston, SC.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $224,384,309 for the material and first year of advance planning of the Refueling Complex Overhaul of USS George Washington (CVN 73). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Huntington Ingalls received $9,252,000 for onboard repair parts material procurement to support outfitting Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78).

Huntington Ingalls received $6,730,000 for the first increment of the Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL) in support of USS America (LHA 6). The items from the LHA 6 COSAL support outfitting the ship for testing and deployment.

Vigor Marine LLC received $9,906,132 for 72-calendar day shipyard availability for the Mid Term Availability of USNS Yukon (T-AO 202).

SUBMARINES

JSR-ECC LLC received $7,584,034 for design and construction of a Submarine Maneuvering Room Trainer Facility at Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Leidos Inc. received $49,500,000 for the scientific, engineering and technical services required for the design, development, fabrication, integration, test, and maintenance of Synthetic Signature Generation-based systems utilizing the All World Environment Simulation. This will provide technical support to aid in product development of tactical synthetic signature generation and signatures tactical training systems. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $71,630,738 for engineering development efforts and Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) long lead material for four Virginia New Construction boats in support of Acoustic Rapid Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (A-RCI) Technical Insertion (TI) 16. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

NAVAL CONTRACTS

Bath Iron Works received $13,027,540 for DDG 51 Class Flight III upgrade design services and associated data. Huntington Ingalls received $13,503,584 for DDG 51 Class Flight III upgrade design services, the main goal of which is to replace the SPY-1D(V) radar with the Air & Missile Defense Radar.

Gryphon Technologies received $20,248,991 for program, engineering, technical and logistics services, including the engineering and technical personnel and facilities required to support hull, mechanical and electrical in service and modernization programs and initiatives for NSWCCD Philadelphia.

Hornbeck Offshore Services received $114,000,000 for three blocking vessels.  This was other than full and open per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1. Hornbeck Offshore Operators received $18,106,860 for operation and maintenance of three blocking vessels and the charter of a fourth blocking vessel at sea worldwide. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Imagine One Technology & Management Ltd. received $19,280,653 to provide an intelligent data-mining agent and smart decision support process for the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program. This was not competitively procured.

John Bean Technologies Corp. (JBT) received $20,903,104 for up to 80 shipboard mobile electric power plants.

Leidos Inc. received $33,940,895 for anti-terrorism/force protection global sustainment at Navy regions worldwide.

Northrop Grumman received $16,552,553 for field upgradeable kits and fleet support for conversion of the AN/AQS-24A mine detecting sensor systems to the AN/AQS-24B configuration in support of the Airborne Mine Countermeasure Systems Program.

Raytheon received $64,537,920 for FY2015 U.S. Navy Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) Guided Missile Round Pack (GMRP) requirements.

Rolls Royce received $9,891,150 for engineering services to complete development and delivery of one AG916RF gas turbine-generator set for Navy land-based testing at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Ship Systems Engineering Station, Philadelphia.

Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received $10,321,412 for third-party advanced planning services in support of CNO availabilities, continuous maintenance availability (CMAV), inactivation CMAVs, sustainment availabilities, phased modernization availabilities, re-commissioning availabilities, continuous maintenance and emergent maintenance for Navy surface combatant ship classes.

SPACE

The Aerospace Corp. received $12,600,000 to provide Systems Integration and Test effort for Space & Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB.

Intelligent Software Solutions received $14,690,185 to provide infrastructure development and integration/engineering support of Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) Mission System Increment 2. This is the result of a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $36,819,781 for SBIRS follow-on production. Lockheed Martin will change the initial launch capability dates for SBIRS Geosynchronous Earth Orbit 3-4 vehicles in order to support new launch manifest dates and also procure vehicle storage.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. received $22,954,037 in support of Navy-owned Phased Array Antenna hardware developed under the High Throughput Networking Infrastructure (HTNI -- PDF) and the Affordable Common Radar Architecture (ACRA) projects. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a) (2)(i)(A) and DFARS 206.302-1.

CACI received $6,683,512 to support mission application development, hosting and maintenance, IT portfolio management, design and installation, lifecycle maintenance for hardware, operating systems and application software.

COLSA Corp. received $23,748,310 and OASIS System LLC received $23,748,310 for additional diverse non-engineering, technical and acquisition management support services. This involves some FMS.

Defense Engineering Inc. received $13,311,844 for enterprise data storage services in support of the U.S. Army ITA.

eneral Dynamics received $13,939,606 and SAIC received $12,236,396 to support technology insertion, software and systems engineering, modeling and simulation, systems integration testing, integrated logistics in support of IT and other C4I efforts.

Four LLC; ImmixTechnology, Inc.; and Carahsoft Technology Corp. received $49,000,000 to support U.S. Army's COTS IT software requirements.

LimnoTech received $7,400,000 for development and application of predictive mathematical models to solve complex environmental challenges through multidisciplinary integration of science and engineering.

Nexagen Networks, Inc. received $15,915,782 for engineering support services for information assurance and security engineering-related services to DOD and DHS.

Northrop Grumman received $6,926,501 to meet cyber-security requirements using the new Risk Management Framework. This is a sole-source acquisition.

SAIC received $247,500,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Tailored Logistics Support Prime Vendor Program for the Southwest Region Zone 2.

Location of performance is NJ. SupplyCore, Inc. received $270,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Tailored Logistics Support Prime Vendor Program for the Southwest Region Zone 1.

Scientific Research Corp. (SRC) received $41,849,660 for Digital Integration for Combat Engagement Program. SRC will provide commercial services for 25AF global situational awareness (24/7) that is connected to every combatant commander capable of moving near real time ISR data to warfighter.

STG Inc. received $14,999,951 for Enterprise Information Technology Service Support for the Army Test & Evaluation Command, Aberdeen Proving Grounds.

Strategic Professional Resources, Inc. (SPR, Inc.) received $75,220,169 to provide USSTRATCOM with program management, engineering and acquisition support.

Systems Engineering Support Co. Inc. received $7,566,497 for design, engineering, integration, fabrication and testing support of the Data Multiplex Systems (DMS), the Fiber Optic Data Multiplex System, and the Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex System, collectively referred to as xDMS.

Vergis Group LLC received $7,135,339 for responsive and high quality information assurance support services to all customers and stakeholders on behalf of the Washington Headquarters Services, Enterprise IT Services Directorate, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and other Department of Defense agencies.

VSolvit LLC received $10,624,059 for information technology enterprise business systems support at Naval Facilities Information Technology Center, Naval Base Ventura County.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

ATK received $119,768,362 to acquire Option 1 Precision Guidance Kit XM1156 for USA, Australia, and Canada.

Lockheed Martin received $129,000,000 for continued engineering, development, test, integration, fielding and on-site operations and sustainment support for the Command and Control, Battle Management and Communications system located worldwide for the Ballistic Missile Defense System.

Medico Industries Inc. received $6,711,840 for 24,424 120mm high explosive shell bodies and 48,871 full range practice shell bodies.

Raytheon received $122,443,911 for 114 Tomahawk Block IV All Up Round missiles.

Raytheon received $16,638,011 to support the Navy’s MK 57 NATO Sea Sparrow Surface Missile System (NSSMS) and MK 23 Target Acquisition System systems. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

VEHICLES

Caterpillar received $19,323,864 for 63 Type I T-9 Dozer W/Type A Kits. Caterpillar received $10,898,005 for 40 Type I T-5 Dozer W/Type A Kits, and USMC Request For Deviation and CONUS or OCONUS warranties.

Fidelity Technologies Corp. received $14,437,761 for Armor B-Kits for: 202 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck, 36 Palletized Load System, 30 TAM, and 38 M915A5 Line Haul.

General Dynamics received $49,771,971 for six M1A2 Systems Enhanced Package v2 Abrams tanks.

IBIS TEK received $9,741,852 for 58-gallon and 78-gallon Armor B-Kits for Medium Tactical Vehicles.

Navistar Defense received $15,381,152 for eight MRAP MaxxPro Hardware Kits to support MaxxPro vehicle standardization and reset.

Robin Industries received $10,762,469 for vehicle track shoe assemblies.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Atlantic Diving Supply, Inc. received $18,725,093 for Base Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) kitchens program. The BEAR kitchens are modular, deployable kitchens with the electrical and water systems to connect to the BEAR power grid and water distribution systems.

BAE Systems received $82,412,718 for improved outer tactical vest and individual repair kits. Protective Products Enterprises Inc. received $78,996,385 for improved outer tactical vest and components. This is a firm-fixed-price contract.

L3 Communications received $49,500,000 for binocular night vision devices.

Mennie’s Machine Co. received $9,497,250 for 82,000 M4A1 heavy carbine barrels.

Palomar Display Products received $28,594,810 for Binocular Image Control Units, associated spares, repairs and engineering services. One bid was solicited with one received.

Security Signals Inc. received $8,015,628 to acquire 78,600 A/P-25S, signal distress kits (red).

CLOTHING

Capps Shoe Co. received $7,192,659 for men’s poromeric shoes.

M&M Manufacturing (Lajas, Puerto Rico) received $6,926,860 for men's and women's coats and trousers.

Racoe Inc. received $8,732,834 for MCCUU trousers.

Tennier Industries received $15,609,600 for extreme cold wet weather Army trousers.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

General Dynamics received $9,302,264 to demilitarize 300,000 high explosive cartridges, and 3,248 cluster bomb units.

QinetiQ North America received $7,074,242 for post-production support under the Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS) MK2 program.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

The Caesar Rodney School District received $8,682,650 for K-12 education programs for DOD kids who reside on Dover AFB.

General Dynamics received $415,000,000 for total acquisition life-cycle support to product managers operating within the Live Training Transformation (LT2) Product Line framework.

ro-Active Technologies Inc. received $45,000,000 to develop and sustain training solutions for the Multi-Purpose Reconfigurable Training System.

SUNDRY RESEARCH

Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, has been awarded a received $14,000,000 for R&D involving Sensor & Information Research Center for Understanding Systems. This involves fundamental research in sensing and sensor exploitation technologies. It spans disciplines in engineering, science, computer science and mathematics in order to advance the range of technology represented within AFRL in Dayton, OH.

FUEL & ENERGY

AMEC Environmental & Infrastructure Inc.; Bristol Engineering Services; Cape-Burns & McDonnell JV; CB&I Federal Services; Dawson-Pond JV; Gilbane Federal; Truston Technologies Inc.; and Weston Solutions Inc. received $800,000,000 to sustain, restore, modernize, clean, inspect and repair petroleum, oil and lubricant systems worldwide.

Atmos Energy Marketing received $25,432,019; BP received $8,071,530; and Sage Energy Trading LLC received $18,131,891 for natural gas.

Avfuel Corp. received $8,746,310 for jet fuel.  This was a sole-source contract.

Location of performance is MI and NM. AVFuel Corp. received $7,100,471 for jet fuel. This was a sole-source acquisition.

For aviation turbine fuel, the following companies received: Equilon Enterprises, $1,011,111,314; ExxonMobile, $1,008,439,412; Phillips 66, $348,559,858; Placid Refining Co., $229,616,231; Equilon Enterprises, $215,108,033; BP, $214,916,617; Alon USA, $143,246,501; Wynnewood Energy, $138,500,915; Calumet Shreveport Fuels, $115,056,799; BP, $112,902,341; Hunt Refining Co., $100,140,844; Husky Marketing & Supply Co., $78,286,581; Tesoro Refining & Marketing, $75,749,409; Delek Refining Ltd., $51,998,659; Irving Oil Terminals Inc., $38,653,320; Hermes Consolidated LLC, $38,452,289; Diplomat Petroleum, $14,546,668; World Fuel Services Inc., $9,028,665.

Truman Arnold Companies received $16,709,017 and $13,806,639 for jet fuel. These were sole-source acquisitions.

Truman Arnold Companies received $10,451,725 and Gulfport Aviation Partners received $9,995,187 for jet fuel. These were sole-source acquisitions.

Schuyler Line Navigation Co. received $7,783,802 for the worldwide charter of one U.S.-flagged, shallow draft, double-hull product tanker, which provides bulk fuel support to DOD, including operations in Japan and North West Pacific.

South Alabama Regional Airport Authority received $13,358,124 for jet fuel. This contract was a sole-source acquisition.

Southwest Airport Services Inc. received $38,393,369 for jet fuel. This was a sole-source acquisition.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

3M Unitek Corp. received $32,500,000 for dental supplies.

ABM Government Services; ACEPEX Management Corp.; EMCOR Government Services; Electronic Metrology Laboratory; Facility Services Management; J&J Maintenance Inc.; Johnson Controls Building Automation Systems; Quality Services International; SODEXO Management; and VW International received $990,000,000 for operations and maintenance services at government medical and related non-medical facilities.

ABM Government Services; EMCOR Government Services Inc.; Facilities Services Management Inc.; J&J Worldwide Services; and Jones Lang received $248,000,000 for the operation, maintenance and minor construction of Army Medical Command facilities in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

Beacon Point Associates, LLC received $45,000,000 for hospital equipment/supplies, optical/laboratory equipment/supplies, components and systems accessories.

Center for Disease Detection LLC received $39,000,000 to provide diagnostic testing services for Army Medical Command, Fort Sam Houston.

Decypher; Peerless Technologies Corp.; P3S; Prairie Quest Consulting; Solutions Through Innovative Technologies Inc.; and SpecPro Technical Services received a combined $20,000,000 for services to the 711 HPW in the fields of: admin; medical and biomedical research; clinical and clinical hyperbaric medicine; environmental bio-terrorism; technology evaluation and research studies.

Golden State Medical Supply Inc. received $6,894,873 for pharmaceuticals.

ENVIRONMENTAL

AGVIQ LLC received $12,500,000 for environmental remedial action on Navy and Marine Corps installations at sites in NAVFAC Atlantic.

All Phase Services Inc.; ARS Aleut Remediation LLC; Atlanta Demolition; ESA South Inc.; LATA-Sharp Remediation Services LLC; Micah Group Energy & Environmental; North Wind Construction Services; Bhate Environmental Infrastructure; Charter Environmental Inc.; NorthStar Demolition & Remediation LP; North American Dismantling Corp.; and Perma-Fix Environmental Services Inc. received $9,6000,000 to demolish excess facilities under the facilities reduction program.

FOOD SERVICES

The Lincoln Public Schools of Lincoln, MA, received $12,010,058 for education programs in support of Hanscom AFB family members.

Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services received $9,327,098 for food service work at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston and Camp Bullis. This is a sole-source acquisition.

DNO, Inc. received $61,200,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables in Ohio.

Sysco received $15,419,558 for food distribution support in Alaska. This was a sole source acquisition. Sysco received $130,207,500 for food and beverages in Alabama and Florida.

US Foods received $61,500,000 for food and beverages in South Carolina. This was a sole-source acquisition. US Foods received $50,422,296 for food and beverages in California and South Korea. This was a sole-source acquisition. US Foods received $35,500,000 for food and beverages in the South Carolina area. This was a sole-source acquisition.

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually consist of a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, management & admin, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

Bering Straits Logistics Services received $73,299,893 for material support integrator services, specifically to maintain comprehensive inventory management systems to include common use items at Tinker AFB.

PRIDE Industries received $14,058,910 for DPW and base operations at Ft. Rucker.

Techflow Mission Support LLC received $22,443,304 for all labor, work and materials necessary for facilities maintenance and heavy equipment repair services supporting Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and areas around Jacksonville, NC.

Tecolote Research Inc. received $10,013,105 for non-personal technical support and overall project management support services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) program office for the integration of the Cost Assessment Data Enterprise (CADE) project.

TRAX International received $41,730,133 for non-personal test support services for the Yuma Proving Ground, AZ.

Wolverine Services LLC received $11,371,140 for base operations services in Alaska.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

Core Tech-AMEC-SKEC, LLC received $89,918,305 to construct a hardened fuel systems maintenance hangar at Andersen AFB, Guam.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

rcher Western Construction LLC received $9,500,000 to correct airfield concrete pavement deficiencies at primary Runway 10/28 at NAS Jacksonville.

CDM Federal Programs Corp. received $25,000,000 for utilities engineering and management support for NAVFAC facilities worldwide.

Coastal Environmental Group, Inc.; Argo Systems, LLC; and the Dawson Charter Group received a cumulative $15,000,000 for civil works construction projects.

FEH Associates Inc. received $10,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for National Guard Bureau, Iowa.

H & H Builders Inc. received $30,000,000 for electrical, mechanical, painting, engineering/design, paving (asphaltic and concrete), flooring (tile work/carpeting), roofing, structural repair, fencing, HVAC, and fire suppression/protection system installation NAVFAC Southwest.

IHK JV; Canyon-Ayuda SDVOSB JV; MDM Construction; and Sygnos Inc. received $30,000,000 to design/construct military & civil works projects in ND, SD, and MN.

Kallidus Technologies Inc. received $7,487,000 for hanger construction at Westover Air Force Reserve Base, MA.

Krempp Construction Inc. received $6,699,538 to renovate Building 2034 and Building 2035 at NSA Crane, IN.

Prime AE Group, Inc. received $35,000,000 for architectural and engineering services primarily in support of DHS.

RD Buie Enterprises, Inc.; Middle Atlantic Wholesale Lumber, Inc.; Forest Products Distributors, Inc.; and S&S Forest Products, LLC received a collective $40,000,000 for wood products logistics.

RD Buie Enterprises Inc.; Middle Atlantic Wholesale Lumber Inc.; Forest Products Distributors Inc.; and S&S Forest Products LLC received $40,000,000 for a tailored logistics support contract for wood products for the East region.

Reid Middleton Inc. received $10,000,000 for structural engineering services in NAVFAC Southwest.

Whitesell-Green Inc. received $9,385,500 to replace HVAC and electrical systems for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet system at Naval Station Norfolk. Whitesell-Green Inc. received $7,884,989 for structural repairs of Pier R3 at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $10,859,800 for maintenance dredging in Baltimore Harbor and the York Spit Channel, Northampton County, VA. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $7,428,600 for Southwest Pass maintenance dredging on the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico.

Manson Construction Co. received $10,925,000 for hopper dredging of Grays Harbor, WA; main ship channel, San Francisco, CA; and the mouth of the Columbia River and the Columbia River in OR and WA.

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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 invokes 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.

Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- Project AJAX, CIA, False Flag Ops & the Illusion of Home-front Sanctity

From the 1953 Iranian Coup to toppling Guatemala’s Guzmán, Turkey’s 1980 Military Coup, Operations Condor & Northwoods … and the list goes on

Welcome to our thirteenth episode of Probable Cause. Today we are continuing with our previous subtopic- deep state coups via synthetic terrorism, false flag operations and propaganda. For this episode I am going to continue this sub-topic and provide you with a different context and examples in order to illustrate some common themes, similarities and parallels. We are going to revisit Iran. I say revisit because I have presented to you an entire episode on the 1979 Revolution in Iran based on my own direct experiences. For this episode we are revisiting Iran, but we are going back 62 years. We are going back to 1953: The 1953 Iranian coup d'état.

After our brief presentation of the 1953 Coup in Iran and discussing the common threads, uncanny similarities and parallels between the Iranian coup and the 1980 Military Coup in Turkey, and after a brief overview of other similar coups and operations (Operations PBSUCCESS, CONDOR, Northwoods, Gladio), we will delve into our macro questions such as: How can we recognize our government and deep state powers as murderers, who have in the last half century murdered millions of people, hundreds of thousands of innocent children, hundreds of thousands of innocent elderlies, through overt wars, covert wars, declared wars, undeclared wars, false flag operations, synthetically created terror plots, chemical weapons and atomic bombs … yet, believe that this monstrous and murderous entity would recognize some sanctities?

As always, our next episode will be based on your reaction, critique, responses and questions posed in the comments section below.

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Show Notes

The 1953 Coup D'etat in Iran

From Anglo-Persian Oil to BP Amoco

History of Iran: Oil Nationalization

History Used and Abused

The 50th Anniversary of the CIA Coup in Iran: The Day Democracy Died

CIA admits role in 1953 Iranian coup

C.I.A. Destroyed Files on 1953 Iran Coup

"CIA document mentions who ordered the 1953 coup" (PDF)

"Overthrow of Premier Mossadeq of Iran, November 1952-August 1953," March 1954, by Dr. Donald Wilber.

How a Plot Convulsed Iran in '53 (and in '79)

The Iranian Accord

Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- Coups, False Flag Operations, Hearts & Minds

Welcome to our twelfth episode of Probable Cause. Today, with this episode, we are starting a new subtopic that is directly related to our macro subject. We are going to talk about strategic operations and synthetic events as catalysts to bring about forceful and rapid changes. We are going to talk about coups: Coup as in coups d'etat; coups d'etat as in "stroke of the state,” and defined as a sudden decisive exercise of force in politics.
For this new subtopic we are going to go back 35 years and look at the 1980 Military Coup in Turkey, brought about by the US-NATO-Turkish Military trio, and the synthetic terror events that preceded it.

As before I am going to use some first-hand and personal experiences and examples to illustrate how the strategy of tension and false flag operations are utilized for a major overt action; for a major stroke of the deep state- as in a coup. After that we are going to examine the parallels between the staged pre-coup events and the coup in Turkey and the 9/11 terror event and post-9/11 coup in the United States. And as always our next episode will be based on your reaction, critique, responses and questions posed in the comments section below.

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Show Notes

Show Tune: “Kardesin Duymaz” by Zulfu Livaneli (YouTube)

Translated Lyrics for the Show Tune

Twenty Years Since the Military Coup in Turkey

1980 Turkish coup d'état

Turkey's "Deep-State" and the Ergenekon Conundrum

The Court Case Against Generals Behind Turkey’s 1980 Coup

Maraş Massacre

Taksim Square Massacre

Beyazıt Massacre

Bahçelievler Massacre

Operation Gladio: Summary

BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for January 2015

DOD spent $8,058,027,355+ on 163 individual contracts in January 2015

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 $8,058,027,355 on 163 individual contracts during January 2015.

REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

General Atomics received $43,291,564 for MQ-9 Reaper Block 1 retrofit kits. This is a sole-source acquisition.

I.E.-Pacific Inc. received $16,372,000 to renovate and build several facilities for Triton UAS at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) in Point Mugu, CA.

Northrop Grumman received $37,080,474 for UAS logistics services in Sierra Vista, AZ, and Afghanistan.

Northrop Grumman received $6,999,767 for prototype software, demonstrations, hardware and reports. Northrop Grumman will develop value-added technologies to leverage modern commercial products and practices, enabling adaptive processing for pervasive ISR.

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

Boeing received $295,866,116 to provide Indonesia with eight AH64E Apache attack helicopters. One bid was solicited with one received.

Cessna Aircraft received $10,870,228 to provide Argentina with aircraft support, sustainment, and training. This includes one used Cessna Citation 550 Bravo aircraft modified for aeromedical evacuation and two Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX aircraft modified for aeromedical evacuation.

General Atomics received $34,628,216 for work on the United Kingdom Contractor Logistics Support program.

Hawker Beechcraft Corp. received $7,412,342 to provide Iraq basic life support and security for their King Air 350 program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $28,246,765 to provide South Korea, Indonesia, Qatar, and Singapore with 320 Launchers and 4 Launcher Electronic Assembly (LEAs) in support of the Joint Attack Munitions Systems (JAMS) M299 HELLFIRE launchers, spares and engineering.

Lockheed Martin received $9,500,000 to provide Iraq with F-16 aircrew training.  Work will be performed at Tucson, AZ.

SAIC received $7,179,527 to provide FMS customers [Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Central African Republic, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, and Germany] with systems and computer resources support in connection with U.S. Army Aviation & Missiles Command objectives.

Technical Communications Solutions Corp. (TCC) received $8,622,068 to install fiber optic cable for Jordan, which will satisfy Jordanian Armed Forces fiber optic-last mile (FO-LM) and fiber optic-long haul (FO-LH) requirements. This includes installation, testing and sustainment activities. One bid solicited, one received.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

  1. Walter Thompson (JWT) received $770,000,000 for recruitment and advertising services for the U.S. Marine Corps.

USCENTCOM

CACI (Six3 Intelligence Solutions Inc.) received $12,783,597 for intelligence support services in Afghanistan. One bid was solicited with one received.

IDS International Government Services, LLC received $36,027,293 for operations and maintenance services for critical infrastructure, and training for CSTC-A.

Northrop Grumman received $50,304,260 for the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) E-11A platform (tasks, equipment, personnel, facilities, and aircraft subsystems). Work at Kandahar Air Base and Wichita, KS. This is a continuance of two previous contracts: 1 November 2012 and 15 January 2015.

DARPA

Northrop Grumman received $12,327,604 and SRI International received $6,832,589 for a DARPA research project under the Supply Chain Hardware Integrity for Electronics Defense (SHIELD) program, which aims to detect counterfeit electronic components anywhere in the supply chain.

Raytheon received $8,254,893 to continue a previous contract (to Lockheed Martin) for a DARPA research project under the Retrodirective Arrays for Coherent Transmission (ReACT) program for electronic warfare.

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH

Aerospace Testing Alliance received $45,686,693 to increase operations, maintenance, and information management workload at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold AFB.

General Electric received $325,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and Beyond – to develop technologies by 2017 that will permit an order of magnitude increase in turbo-propulsion affordability over the year 2000 state-of-the-art technology.

Honeywell International Inc. received $75,000,000 for (mostly Phase III) VAATE III & Beyond.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

Lockheed Martin received $7,085,000 for authorizing two additional F-35 Engineering Change Proposals for air vehicle retrofit modifications to be incorporated into designated aircraft.

Lockheed Martin received $10,000,000 to redesign, test and certify the F-35 Ground Based Data Security Assembly Receptacle.

Lockheed Martin received $10,581,620 for work on the F-35 Italian National Database, including a Database Generation System to support delivery of the first Italian full mission simulator.

RAPTOR

Lockheed Martin received $22,215,617 to sustain the 3rd generation radar test bench for the F-22.

Peerless Technologies Corp. received $67,704,157 for F-22 division advisory and assistance services at Wright-Patterson AFB.

OSPREY

Bell Boeing JPO received $18,931,794 for four V-22 Block A to B (50-69) series upgrade kits.

Rolls-Royce received $87,712,436 for 38 AE1107C engines in support of the MV-22.

HELICOPTERS

Airbus received $24,989,250 for UH-72A logistic support.

Boeing received $14,583,600 to increase the quantity of AH-64E Apache full rate production Lot 5 aircraft. This adds additional advance procurement funding to purchase of long lead items.

General Electric received $28,997,331 for six T408-GE-400 (GE38-1B) System Demonstration Test Article engines for the CH-53K program.

HX5 LLC received $3,074,596 for advisory and assistance services to combat rescue helicopter programs.

L-3 Communications received $22,709,796 for the manufacture, test, delivery and support of the Common Data Link Hawklink system in support of the MH-60R.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $24,136,782 to repair various F/A-18 parts. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Boeing received $60,377,364 for six LRIP Infrared Search and Track (IRST) systems for the F/A-18E/F. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

Sumaria Systems, Inc. received $94,415,523 for advisory and assistance services to develop, produce, deploy, modernize and support U.S. and coalition partner F-16 fighter aircraft weapon systems and subsystems. This involves some unnamed FMS.

HAWKEYE

Northrop Grumman received $8,892,287 to procure material repairs required to return E-2D test aircraft to ready-for-issue condition.

Northrop Grumman received $57,524,736 for E-2D support equipment for organizational level and intermediate level maintenance.

GALAXY, GLOBEMASTER II & HERCULES

Lockheed Martin received $23,507,045 for C-5 logistics sustainment services for the Avionics Modernization and Reliability Enhancement and Re-engine Programs (AMP/RERP).

POSEIDON

Boeing received $60,745,967 for recurring Advanced Airborne Sensor Capability Platform Integration Kit In-Line modifications in support of the P-8A LRIP Lot IV (13 aircraft) and Full Rate Production Lot I (16 aircraft).

Northrop Grumman received $6,961,416 for supplies/services required to develop, test and integrate software necessary to upgrade the current P-8A AN/AAQ-24 Directional Infrared Countermeasures subsystem with two Color Infrared Missile Warning Sensors.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Boeing received $6,852,896 for B-1 parts and maintenance at Dyess AFB.

Boeing received $12,053,306 for aircraft horizontal stabilizer units. This is a sole-source acquisition. Boeing received $15,775,000 for Navy aircraft horizontal stabilizers. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $222,722,137 for performance-based support of consumable items used across various platforms. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Electric received $50,195,839 for F110, F101 and F118 engine spares.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. received $106,644,608 for logistics support on DOD’s C-20 and C-37 fleet.

Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation received $18,293,224 for auxiliary aircraft power units. This was a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $60,320,578 to support C-12/RC-12/UC-35 maintenance in Madison, Mississippi.  L-3 Communications received $52,081,320 for maintenance/modifications for the Army's fleet of C-12/RC-12/UC-35 fixed wing aircraft.

L-3 Communications received $16,445,946 and received $15,634,434 for to provide highly specialized aircraft production direct labor services at Corpus Christi Army Depot.

Lockheed Martin received $78,522,055 for 29 electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS) LRIP units.

Moog Inc. received $8,660,106 for aircraft servomechanisms. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Nexeo Solutions LLC received $19,755,847 for fuel system icing inhibitor.

Northrop Grumman received $11,655,489 for development, analyses, testing, and documentation of the structural and repair concept of the Wing Center Section in support of E-2/C-2 aircraft.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $7,311,712 for fiscal 2015 Aegis ship integration and test, integrated logistics support, training.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

General Dynamics received $26,207,278 for MK 46 MOD 2 Gun Weapon Systems for the LCS Mission modules and DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class Destroyer Close-In Gun System with associated Remote Console Assembly units. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C 2304 (c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1(a) (2).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $14,572,040 for selected restricted availability of USS Roosevelt (DDG-80), to include hull, machinery, electrical, electronics, ship alterations, and piping alteration and repair work.

BAE Systems received $6,976,389 for 43-calendar day shipyard availability for the Mid Term Availability of USNS Leroy Grumman (T-AO 195).

General Dynamics received $33,725,621 for repair and alterations on USS Nimitz (CVN 68).

International Marine & Industrial Applicators (IMIA) received $16,609,224 for management, labor, and equipment for depot-level preservation support on USS Nimitz (CVN 68). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

SUBMARINES

Goodrich Corp. received $14,485,802 for high frequency array (HFA) windows for four classes of U.S. submarines: SSGN; Seawolf; USS Virginia; and second flight USS Los Angeles.

Lockheed Martin received $7,904,978 for two Low Cost Conformal Array (LCCA) production units, spare modules and spare outboard electronics canisters.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $16,193,364 for engineering and technical support on Technology Infusion Methodology for COTS Based Systems for submarine and undersea warfare weapon systems.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $35,951,345 to provide Submarine C5I and NC3 system engineering, technical, logistics and management support services for all classes of submarines

NAVAL CONTRACTS

Altus Systems & Technologies received $17,323,648 for operation/maintenance of Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division’s (NAWCWD’s) Weapons Survivability Lab.

AMSEC LLC received $7,158,832 for continued engineering and technical services to support hull, mechanical and electrical systems and equipment on U.S. Navy ships.

Armstrong Marine Inc. received $8,209,717 for three self-propelled, foil assisted aluminum catamarans, delivery included, for hydrographic surveys.

Boeing (Argon ST) Inc. received $6,532,838 for five AN/SLQ-25A/C countermeasure decoy systems and spares, which improve defense against torpedoes.

CGI Federal Inc. and DRS Laurel Technologies were added to an August 2014 contract (worth $2,529,500,000) for Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) production units.

SPACE

Call Henry Inc. received $10,400,000 for launch facility operations support at Vandenberg AFB.

Dynetics received $172,000,000 for scientific and technical support to the DIA’s Missile & Space Intelligence Center.

Exelis, Inc. received $8,976,038 for Globus II sustainment support at Peterson AFB.

Exelis, Inc. received $8,446,234 for system sustainment on C-6 radar infrastructure (includes weapon system management & engineering; field service team; radome maintenance; and requirements definition, analysis, and modeling) at Eglin AFB.

Exelis, Inc. received $11,817,799 for launch and test range systems support functions for the Eastern and Western Range – Patrick AFB and Vandenberg AFB.

Exelis, Inc. received $8,090,014 for Distributed Space Command and Control-Dahlgren system sustainment. Work will be performed at Dahlgren, VA.

Exelis, Inc. received $7,369,637 for system sustainment of the Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance (GEODSS) weapons systems. Work performed at Socorro, NM; Diego Garcia; and Maui, HI.

General Dynamics received $13,331,955 to support the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) software load line Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit (HMS) with updated waveform, HMS MUOS Terminal (HMT) (hardware & software), on site field support representatives and personnel training. One bid was solicited with one received.

Harris Corp. received $15,931,358 for Space Control Depot support – engineering, repairable and disposable item management, stock, storage and issuance of spares, hardware and software maintenance and other activities.

L-3 Communications received $8,498,094 and Raytheon received $22,908,256; and Rockwell Collins Inc. received $21,744,444 to accelerate the Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) program through the addition of pre-prototype receiver card deliveries and test support activities to enable faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers to the warfighter.

Northrop Grumman received $11,600,000 for the Pre-Planned Product Improvement (P3I) of the Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) system. This involves design, development, upgrade, testing, certification, production and fielding of JTAGS P3I units as well as associated exerciser and institutional training suites.

United Launch Services received $382,926,946 for fiscal 2015 Launch Vehicle Production Services (LVPS) in support of the launch vehicle configuration of one Air Force Delta IV (5,4), one Navy Atlas V 551, and one NRO Atlas V 401.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

BAE Systems and Information Systems Laboratories Inc. received a combined $45,044,669 develop and field Intelligence Exploitation & Targeting Systems prototypes related to future systems or the sustainment of deployed systems.

Caelum Research Corp. received $12,000,000 to maintain existing IT services for operations and maintenance tasks.

ESCAL Institute of Advanced Technologies Inc. received $7,695,840 for training and global information assurance certification at Fort Gordon.

Innovative Signal Analysis (ISA) received $12,971,119 for TACOMA software and hardware system. ISA will develop technologies/algorithms to automatically collect and process signals that may have advanced modulation and low-probability of intercept features. This will assist USAF in real-time detection, tracking and geo-location of emerging radar systems.

L-3 received $6,606,907 for mission continuity for Mobile Consolidated Command Center (MCCC) – operations, maintenance and support to maintain mission integrity for a survivable and endurable Command & Control of U.S. forces.

Lockheed Martin received $37,556,621 for Next Generation Technical Services (NGTS) III. This involves management and technical support necessary to advance high performance computing services, capabilities, infrastructure and technologies.

Northrop Grumman received $7,123,971 for cyber network and defense services in support of the Marine Corps Enterprise Network.

Oracle America Inc. received $19,050,000 for post-deployment systems support for Increment 1 of Global Combat Support System - Marine Corps (GCSS – MC).

PTC Inc. received $7,900,000 for data environment/hosting and engineering services, in support of the Integrated Decision Environment Service Center (IDESC)/Enterprise Product Lifecycle Management Integrated Decision Environment (ePLM IDE).

SAIC received $19,800,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the northeast region, zone one. This is a sole-source acquisition. Location of performance is TX. SAIC received $16,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the southwest zone two region – NJ. This was a sole-source acquisition.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

Boeing received $51,164,866 for ICBM guidance subsystem sustaining engineering.

Lockheed Martin received $46,509,372 received for the Extended Area Protection and Survivability (EAPS) Integrated Demonstration (ID) Program to demonstrate the technology required to counter rocket, artillery and mortar (C-RAM) threats and other selective targets.

Northrop Grumman received $963,500,000 for ICBM ground subsystems support, including sustainment engineering, technical assistance and program management at Hill, Vandenberg, Malmstrom, Minot, F.E. Warren, and Offutt AFBs; Colorado Springs, CO, and Needham, MA.

Northrop Grumman received $11,645,000 for continuing service and support under the Integrated Air & Missile Defense Battle Command System.

Raytheon received $139,249,010 for 100 Tomahawk Block IV All-Up-Round missiles.

Raytheon received $14,800,000 for PATRIOT new equipment training.

Raytheon received $8,300,000 for the procurement and installation of hardware required to update five Prototype Block II+ Captive Test Missiles (CTMs) into a production representative hardware configuration. This also provides 40 Propulsion Steering Section hardware sets required to convert AIM-9X Block II CTMs into AIM-9X Block II+ CTMs and AIM-9X Block II Special Air Test Missiles (NATMs) into AIM-9X Block II+ NATMs.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $22,473,678 for 50 Paladin Fire Control Systems, spares and training for M109A6 Paladins.

Choctaw Manufacturing Defense Contractor received $12,530,956 for 569 Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement modular production trailers and water dispensing system production units. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

General Dynamics and Medico Industries Inc. received a cumulative $301,640,000 to manufacture and deliver 155mm Artillery M795 metal parts assemblies.

Hutchinson Industries Inc. received $9,292,813 for wheel and tire assemblies for the U.S. Army. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Melton Sales & Service received $6,577,634 to remanufacture the engine and power train components of route clearance vehicles.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

General Atomics received $36,468,962 for R&D associated with integrated power system power load modules to be used for electromagnetic railgun pulse power containers and for the fabricating and testing of prototypes.

ELC Industries Inc. received $6,500,000 for LED headlights.

Huntsville Rehabilitation Foundation (Phoenix) AbilityOne Contractor received $9,651,735 for parachutist harnesses. One bid was solicited with one received.

I-Solutions Group received $18,500,000 for metals, metal products and incidental services programs. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Randolph Engineering Inc. received $30,000,000 for various optical frames.

Shield Technologies Corp. received $12,136,825 for protective gun cover systems for the M119 and M777.

CLOTHING

Bluewater Defense Inc. (San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico) received $110,047,520 for various types of permethrin Army uniform trousers.

Bronze Star Apparel Group Inc. (San Juan, Puerto Rico) received $11,111,611 for various Navy working uniform blouses and trousers.

McRae Industries Inc. received $9,089,062 for hot weather Army combat boots.

CBRNE

Cubic Applications Inc. received $9,900,000 for solutions to enhance USAF CBRN counter-proliferation and survivability missions program. Cubic will research, test, evaluate, and analyze CBRN technologies.

Smiths Detection received $9,510,995 for 1,687 M4A1 Joint Chemical Agent Detectors, six Platform Interface Kits and 116 Sieve Packs.

FUEL & ENERGY

Cam International U.S.A. Inc. received $6,959,395 to provide the USAF with fuel in Georgia and Honduras.

Meridian Airport Authority received $24,947,557 for jet fuel. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Crane Electronics Inc. received $9,766,566 for high voltage power supplies. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Graybar Electric Company Inc. received $19,100,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Northeast region, Zone Two. Location of performance is MO. This is a sole-source acquisition.  Graybar Electric Company Inc. received $17,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations support for the Southwest zone two region – Missouri. This was a sole-source acquisition.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

L-3 received $13,091,377 for fully integrated medical communications for combat casualty care.

TRANSPORTATION 

Alaska Airlines Inc.; Atlas Air Inc.; Federal Express Corp.; Kalitta Air LLC; Miami Air International Inc.; National Air Cargo Group Inc.; Northern Air Cargo Inc.; Omni Air International Inc.; United Parcel Service Co.; and US Airways Inc. received a cumulative $114,021,106 for category A international commercial air cargo transportation service.

Berg Manufacturing Inc.; Sea Box Inc.; and Maloy Mobile Storage Inc. received $12,212,500 each for shipping and storage containers.

DeVal Corp. received $10,250,000 for MHU-191A/M munitions transporter wheels and brake cables. DeVal Corp. received $9,000,000 for MHU-191A/M munitions transporter component parts.

Sealift Inc. received $9,466,640 to charter the U.S.-flagged self-sustaining ship, MV CAPT David I Lyon, to support the U.S. Air Force’s at-sea prepositioning program in the Pacific.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Advanced Telemetry Systems received $8,000,000 for Juvenile Salmon Acoustic Telemetry transmitters for implantation in adult and juvenile salmonids, kelt steelhead and Pacific lamprey for fish passage and survival studies by the Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla, WA.

CB&I Federal Services LLC (Baton Rouge, LA); Conti Federal Services Inc. (Edison, NJ); Sevenson Environmental Services Inc.; Environmental Chemical Corp.; Arcadis U.S. Inc.; Tetra Tech EC Inc.; URS Group, Inc.; CDM JV; Obg/Baker Federal Solutions JV; and CH-Cape JV received a cumulative $185,000,000 to support U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (N.W. Division) and the EPA (Region 2) in toxic, hazardous, and radioactive waste remediation.

FOOD SERVICES

Reinhart Foodservices received two installments of $37,500,000 and received $37,500,000 for food and beverages in KY and TN.

Sysco received $30,000,000 and received $30,000,000 for food and beverages in KY, WV, and OH.  Sysco received $12,882,000 for food in AR.

U.S. Foods Inc. received $72,800,000 for food and beverages in MD.  U.S. Foods Inc. received $46,859,081 for food in AZ.

BUDGET & FINANCE

Booz Allen Hamilton received $12,613,178 to support the PEO EIS Integrated Personnel and Pay System Army (PD-IPPS-A).

ECS Federal Inc. received $73,000,000 for budget and finance support services to the DTRA Comptroller at DTRA Headquarters, Fort Belvoir.

BASE SECURITY

InDyne Inc.; L-3; Northrop Grumman; and Xator Corp. received a collective $486,000,000 for force protection site security systems. These corporations will worldwide acquisition, upgrade and sustainment of a family of Integrated Base Defense Security Systems.

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually consist of a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, management & admin, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

Ace Maintenance & Services Inc. received $13,663,688 for janitorial services at Naval Support Activity Bethesda.

CoSTAR Services Inc. received $10,163,830 for regional base operations support services at NAS Jacksonville; Naval Station Mayport; NOSC Atlanta, GA; NOSC Augusta, GA; NOSC Columbus, GA; NOSC Bessemer, AL; NOSC Greenville, SC; NOSC Miami, FL; NOSC Tallahassee, FL; NOSC West Palm Beach, FL; and Marine Corps Reserve Center Jacksonville, FL.

Logic2 received $13,402,429 for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)/SAP technical and management support services.

O.E.S. Inc. received $9,939,010 for warehouse and distribution support services in AR and CA.

NCR Government Systems received $256,005,000 for an Enterprise Business Solution, the modernization of the Defense Commissary Agency's (DeCA) worldwide resale business operations.

PAE Applied Technologies LLC received $31,044,959 for base operations support services at Keesler AFB.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

Cutting Edge Concrete Services Inc. received $6,900,466 for asphalt/concrete repairs and improvements at military installations within the South Pacific.

Pernix Kaseman JV received $11,572,584 to construct a 4,600 square foot security facility communication center special area containing administrative offices in South Korea.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

Ameresco Inc. received $7,056,587 to design/build the megawatt combined heat and power microturbine plant, at Camp Barrett, Marine Corps Base Quantico.

Broadway Electric Inc. received $6,980,000 to repair electrical and mechanical systems, provide concrete, make valve chamber drainage improvements and re-coat valves, piping and other equipment within the Chicagoland Underflow Plan McCook Reservoir Distribution Tunnel System, Illinois.

Corinthian Contractors Inc. and Environmental Design & Construction LLC received a cumulative $17,000,000 for construction services for remediation and improvements to the storm drainage system at Arlington National Cemetery.

DPR Hardin Whitesell-Green Inc. JV received $24,423,000 for steam decentralization at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune.

Guyco Inc. received $75,493,905 for the VOLAR barracks and Central Energy Plant (CEP) renovations, for whole block revitalization of the west 39000 block, and sundry construction at Ft. Hood, TX.

Hussey, Gay, Bell & DeYoung Environmental Inc. received $8,000,000 to help the Army Corps of Engineers with miscellaneous architect-engineer services on general designs.

Manson Construction Co. received $38,283,230 for beach erosion control projects in Elberon, NJ.

Stantec Tetra Tech JV received $10,000,000 and URS Group Inc. received $10,000,000 for dam safety design and analysis, flood damage reduction engineering, navigation and waterway engineering, civil engineering and other engineering and planning services.

Williams Group LLC received $9,222,620 for levee work from New Orleans to Venice, LA,

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $23,383,400 for Fire Island Inlet to Montauk Point, Fire Island Emergency Stabilization, Robert Moses State Park to Lonelyville Reach, NY.

Manson Construction Co. received $8,500,400 for dredging the Port of Anchorage, AK.

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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 invokes 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.

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

DOD spent $19,277,561,596+ on 322 individual contracts in December 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 $19,277,561,596 on 322 individual contracts during December 2014.

REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

General Atomics received $114,598,215 to continue Warrior logistics.

General Atomics received $375,212,717 for MQ-1 and MQ-9 logistics. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Insitu, Inc. received $41,076,746 for three LRIP RQ-21A Blackjack aircraft systems. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. received $11,831,173 to support the Copperhead Unmanned Air Systems, specifically Tigershark UAV in Afghanistan (50 percent); Patuxent River, Maryland (25 percent); and Yuma, Arizona (25 percent).

Northrop Grumman received $24,345,692 for Hunter UAS logistics support in Sierra Vista, AZ (25 percent), and in Afghanistan (75 percent).

Raytheon received $13,000,000 to support the Product Management Electro-Optic/Infrared Payloads-Force Protection Office for surveillance system supply and support for the rapid aerostat initial deployment configurations.

Raytheon received $46,646,592 for 32 multi-spectral targeting system-B (MTS-B) turrets (TU), 32 MTS-B high definition electronic units (HDEUs), one lot of MTS-B shop replaceable units spares, 32 MTS-B TU containers, 32 MTS-B HDEU containers, and one lot of MTS support equipment.  These are to be used on the MQ-1 and MQ-9.  This is a sole-source acquisition.

SGS, LLC received $32,968,419 to build a UAV launch/recovery complex at Ft. Bliss.

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

AM General, LLC received $9,788,413 to provide Iraq with 50 M1165A1 HMMWVs and one year of spare parts

Alliant Techsystems Inc. (ATK) received $9,949,966 for logistic support for Iraq’s Air Force's Cessna 208B Caravan.

Boeing received $171,169,232 to provide Australia a P-8A training system.

Boeing received $14,500,000 for courseware development, engineering, maintenance and aircrew academic and simulation training in St. Louis, MO, and King Khalid Air Base, Saudi Arabia. This involves some FMS. This is a continuation of an earlier contract.

Cubic Defense Applications, Inc. received $15,200,000 for hardware and weapons simulations source code software, on-site logistics, and informal operation training for Saudi Arabia’s Air Force P5 combat training system (P5 CTS) at King Abulaziz, King Faisal, King Khalid and King Fahad Air Bases.

Hellfire Systems LLC received $150,002,546 to provide Australia, Iraq, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Indonesia, Egypt, and Lebanon with 2,109 Hellfire II missile models, air-to-ground missiles models AGM-114R, AGM-114R-3, AGM-114P4-A, training guided missile TGM M36E7, and air-training-missile ATM-114Q-6. Previous funding was issued in September 2014 and October 2012.

Conti Federal Services, Inc. received $16,508,481 to upgrade Israeli military fuel stations.

General Dynamics received $99,738,476 to convert 42 M1A2 to M1A2S for Saudi Arabia.

Lockheed Martin received $97,832,182 for a financial arrangement implementing a F-35 FMS Letter of Offer for Israel.

Lockheed Martin received $308,263,249 to provide Taiwan with 144 radars (AESA) for installation on F-16 aircraft. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $91,057,794 to provide the UAE with Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) support on services and equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $31,828,753 for contractor engineering and technical services (CETS) in support of the F-16 aircraft for FMS to Bahrain, Chile, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Poland, Taiwan and Turkey. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $7,536,967 to provide Qatar two Arrowhead (M-TADS/PNVS) spares.

Navistar Defense received $7,926,944 to provide Pakistan engineering, logistics, field service reps, other costs for MRAP MaxxPro Vehicle system technical services.

Northrop Grumman received $657,400,000 to provide South Korea four RQ-4B Block 30 air vehicles, two spare engines, and applicable Ground Control Environment elements.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $7,638,109 for engineering/technical services on Technology Infusion Methodology for COTS-Based Systems and COTS Approach to Information Security for the U.S. Navy (40 percent) and the UK (60 percent).

Raytheon received $30,192,917 for engineering services for calendar year 2014 for PATRIOT system. Work will be performed in Germany, Israel, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, the UAE, and South Korea.

Raytheon received $2,397,211,870 to provide Qatar with 10 PATRIOT fire units with spares.  One bid was solicited with one received.

Raytheon received $56,821,547 for 15 ATFLIR for Australia ($54,837,199; 97 percent) and spare parts for Switzerland ($1,984,348; 3 percent).

Sikorsky received $56,394,775 to provide Mexico five UH-60M.

SupplyCore, Inc. received $110,571,788 to provide Saudi Arabia F-15 transportation support services.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Fors Marsh Group, LLC received $9,840,981 for survey services and market research/analysis in support of the Joint Advertising and Market Research military recruiting research.

DARPA

Koniag Information Security Services, LLC received $6,767,577 for support services on DARPA’s Security & Intelligence Directorate (SID).

USCENTCOM

AAI Corporation received $8,074,256 for logistics support on one system remote video terminal deployed in Afghanistan for USA and Australia.

AAR Airlift Group, Inc. received $20,394,144 and Columbia Helicopters, Inc. received $20,069,056 for passenger and cargo air transportation service in Afghanistan.

DynCorp International received $52,145,079 to advise, train, and mentor the Afghanistan National Police for the Interior Ministry. One bid solicited, one received.

DynCorp International received $48,643,725 to advise, train, and mentor the Afghanistan National Army for the Defense Ministry. One bid solicited, one received.

DynCorp International received $42,877,839 for OEF aviation maintenance support.

G4S received $15,836,503 for base operating services at Naval Support Activity, Bahrain.

General Dynamics received $16,134,215 for supply support at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, which includes sorting and classifying material downloaded from units and re-issuing serviceable material to deploying units or ship it to USA.

Leidos, Inc. received $25,017,625 for ammunition supply point and theater area storage support to the 1st Theater Support Command, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

Readiness Management Support, L.C. received $57,800,000 to provide Aviation Command and Control operations and maintenance support at current levels in Southwest Asia (primarily Afghanistan) for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center.

SENTEL received $17,232,741 for integrated logistics support services property accountability for the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Afghanistan.

USSOCOM

CACI-Athena Inc. received $38,408,431 for joint geospatial analytical support services in support of USSOCOM.

Combined Systems, Inc. received $42,491,200 for MK 20 MOD 0 (flash and single bang, diversionary grenades) for USSOCOM.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF) & RAPTOR

Lockheed Martin received $169,335,580 to provide Depot Phase I-IV services to support LRIP Lot VII F-35 for USAF ($79,738,238; 47%), U.S. Navy ($55,471,472; 33%); USMC ($24,266,766; 14%); and international partners ($9,859,104; 6%).

Lockheed Martin received $34,893,266 to modify management of deployable spares packages for F-35 LRIP Lot VI aircraft for USAF ($15,954,729; 46%); USMC ($13,712,801; 39%); U.S. Navy ($2,985,661; 8.6%) and international partners ($2,240,075; 6.4%). This also provides unit level augmentation and technical, administrative, and associated financial data.

Lockheed Martin received $67,840,245 for depot throughput, touch labor, and installation for F-22 aircraft inducting into depots Palmdale Depot, CA, and Ogden Depot, UT for maintenance/repair.

Lockheed Martin received $22,198,099 for F-22 over and above engineering services and radar cross-section turntable support.

United Technologies Corp. received $47,208,684 for sustainment efforts and operations and maintenance services on LRIP Lot VIII F135 propulsion systems for USAF ($13,830,097; 29%); the U.S. Navy ($29,185,949; 62%); and international partners ($4,192,638; 9%).

United Technologies Corp. received $270,542,568 for F119 engine sustainment.

OSPREY

Bell-Boeing JPO received $31,264,447 for on-site V-22 flight test management, engineering, and related efforts for the Naval Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Squadron.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $21,326,083 for V-22 fleet software sustainment for the flight control system and on-aircraft avionics software; flight test planning and coordination of changed configurations; avionics and flight controls upgrade planning.

Raytheon received $270,512,968 for V-22 software support activity (SSA) systems and software engineering and operations, avionics integration and testing, and software testing. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Robertson Fuel Systems received $14,779,950 for two Mission Auxiliary Fuel Tank Systems to extend MV-22 flight range.

HELICOPTERS

BAE Systems received $45,098,569 for 1,601 APKWS II WGU-59/B guidance sections, shipping and storage containers, and supporting documentation.

BSC Partners received $13,679,958 to design/fabricate, install/test MH-60 naval aircrew training system and MH-60S aircrew virtual environment trainer device.

General Electric received $42,179,208 to support maintenance and overhaul of T700 engines at Corpus Christi Army Depot.

Lockheed Martin received $82,821,104 for Apache M-TADS/PNVS equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $43,400,000 for 14 AN/AAQ-30 target sight systems (TSS) and data to be integrated into USMC Cobra attack helicopters.  This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Longbow LLC received $18,487,338 for management and logistics on all U.S. Apache AH-64D helicopter fire control radar units.

Northrop Grumman received $35,514,955 for fabrication, integration, test and production of airborne laser mine detection systems (ALMDS) and delivery of peculiar support equipment and engineering services to support those systems.

Raytheon received $27,594,138 for multi-spectral targeting systems (MTS) and data for the MH-60.

Textron received $11,601,939 for logistics products and services for H-1 upgrade.

Textron received $15,077,365 for systems engineering and program management support for production and delivery of AH-1Z and UH-1Y aircraft.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $15,446,486 for Phase C1 of the F/A-18 A-D Airframe Services Life Extension Program, which includes seven flight-critical engineering change proposals for fracture and maintenance critical areas of the airframe.

Boeing received $27,497,699 for F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G automated maintenance environment (AME) – a suite of integrated software application designed to support “O” Level maintenance.

Boeing received $46,127,744 for integrated logistics and sustaining engineering for F/A-18A-D, F/A-18E/F, and EA-18G aircraft for the U.S. Navy ($38,268,396; 84 percent); Australia ($4,471,514; 10 percent); Canada ($564,639; 1 percent), Spain ($564,639; 1 percent); Finland ($564,639; 1 percent); Switzerland ($564,639; 1 percent); Kuwait ($564,639; 1 percent); and Malaysia ($564,639; 1 percent). Support includes logistics, engineering, information systems, technical data updates, training and software integration support.

General Electric received $7,064,750 for the F414 Engine Component Improvement program for U.S. Navy ($6,733,928; 95.3%) and Australia ($330,822; 4.7%).

General Electric received $459,572,000 for repair, replacement, and support for 757 F414 engine (F/A-18 E, F and EA-18G aircraft) components.  This was not competitively procured per FAR 15.002(a).

Raytheon received $64,066,288 to repair 25 weapon repairable assemblies and 35 shop replaceable assemblies of ATFLIR used on F/A-18 Aircraft. This was sole-source per 10 USC 2304 (c)(1).

GALAXY, GLOBEMASTER II & HERCULES

Cymstar Services, LLC received $20,368,605 for operations and sustainment of C-130J maintenance and aircrew training devices (includes material/travel costs).

Kilgore Flares Company received $6,971,844 for MJU 53/B countermeasure flares. FMS to Canada (1.4 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $11,661,566 for engineering and logistics on KC-130J and C-130J aircraft for USA and Kuwait. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $16,637,643 for C-130J training system support center services, including software/hardware support, minor modifications, obsolescence monitoring, and overall system operation reporting.

Lockheed Martin received $20,556,142.28 for C-130 aircrew training system operations and maintenance.

Lockheed Martin received $26,423,812 for one C-130J Air Mobility Command (AMC) weapon systems trainer and one C-130J AMC loadmaster part task trainer at Yokota Air Base in Yokota, Japan.

Lockheed Martin received $662,032,335 for two MC-130J, two HC-130J, three KC-130J, one C-130J, two U.S. Coast Guard HC-130J aircraft, and 20 quick engine change assemblies. This includes some FMS to India, Saudi Arabia, and Norway.

Raytheon received $17,800,000 for multi-spectral targeting systems and data on C-130 for USAF.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

American Systems Corp. received $15,011,341 for technical and engineering services in support of the NAVAIR’s Air Vehicle Engineering Department and the Manned Flight Simulator/Air Combat Environment Test & Evaluation Facilities.

BAE Systems received $17,614,196 for the Mode 5 Capable RT-1763C/APX-111(V) Combined Interrogator Transponder. This also provides engineering analysis, design and development efforts to address pulse top ripple and obsolescence issues.

BAE Systems received $28,434,872 to support Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Integrated Communication and Information Systems Division, specifically with C4I electronic communication systems.

BAE Systems received $34,290,601 for 53 AN/APX-117A(V) IFF transponders and 10 AN/APX-118A(V) IFF transponders for the U.S. Navy; and 661 AN/APX-123A(V) IFF transponders for the U.S. Navy (500), U.S. Army (100), U.S. National Guard (4), Qatar (24), Australia (13), South Korea (7), Turkey (7), and Denmark (6). In addition, this provides 217 Mode 5 change kits and 67 integrations of mode 5 change kits for the U.S. Navy; three mode 4 remote control units for the U.S. Navy (1) and the U.S. National Guard (2); 111 mode 5 RCUs for the U.S. Navy (109) and U.S. National Guard (2). This also provides 121 IFF mounting, six receiver/transmitters, two single board computers, 20 power supplies, six signal processors, four mode 4 chassis, four mode 5 chassis, seven mode 4/5 with crypto shop replaceable assemblies, one mode 4 with crypto SRA, and five dummy receiver transmitter chassis for the U.S. Navy. This will also procure repairs for 10 AN/APX-117A(V) IFF transponders, 30 AN/APX-118A(V) IFF transponders, 30 AN/APX-123A(V) IFF transponders and five RCUs for the U.S. Navy listed above and software engineering support. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($28,473,376; 83 percent); U.S. Army ($3,526,800; 10.3 percent); U.S. National Guard ($201,168; 0.6 percent); Qatar ($846,432; 2.5 percent); Australia ($503,616; 1.5 percent); South Korea ($258,159; 0.7 percent); Turkey ($246,876; 0.7 percent); and Denmark ($234,174; 0.7 percent).

Boeing received $6,901,710 for C32/C40 integrated Fleet Support at Tinker AFB.

Boeing received $7,241,633 for C/KC-135 engineering services and sustainment of C/KC-135 weapon system including its airframe and airframe components.

Boeing received $18,681,615 for engineering services on Boeing commercial derivative military aircraft. This includes minor FMS to the Netherlands.

Boeing received $34,923,512 for KC-46 interim contractor support.

Boeing received $64,247,052 for continued availability of APG-63(V)1, APG-63(V)2,  APG-63(V)3 and Talon HATE radars. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $67,812,302 for integration of capabilities and training system upgrades for the P-8A Poseidon.

Boeing received $78,724,734 for C-32 and C-40 fleet support in Oklahoma City, OK.

Boeing received $84,500,000 for KC-46 production support equipment items (4,880) and six production spare parts.

Calspan Corp. received $15,548,549 for variable stability aircraft service at Edwards AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Diversitech, Inc. received $9,370,287 for facility and equipment maintenance, repair and replacement activities in support of 88th Air Base Wing Civil Engineering Directorate and their customers. Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB.

DynCorp International received $44,530,685 for maintenance and logistics services on aircraft (twenty F/A-18A-F; three EA-18G, five MH-60S, 14 F-16A/B; and two E-2C) assigned to Naval Strike & Air Warfare Center, NAS Fallon.

General Electric received $7,558,560 for engineering and technical services in support of engines: F110-GE-100/129, A-10 TF-34, KC-135F-108, TF-39/F-138, F108-CF-100/200/201, F101-GE-102, F118-GE-100, J85-21B, F110, and F-16 C/D engines. Some work will be in Bahrain; and Israel. This is a sole-source acquisition.

King Aerospace received $40,259,260 for logistics support for the De Havilland Canada Dash 7 airborne reconnaissance low EO-5 aircraft.

Lockheed Martin received $7,075,675 for engineering and technical services for AFMC and the National Guard in support of F-16s at various bases. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $19,710,309 to design, develop, demonstrate, document, and deliver a P-8A application based architecture system.

Lockheed Martin received $244,000,000 to provide bulk purchases of materials and components that will reduce material costs or investments in productivity enhancements that will reduce labor costs for 61 C-130J aircraft.

LTM INC. received $12,929,503 for engineering and technical support of various aircraft, engines, components and support systems for USN ($2,408,551; 87 percent); USAF ($290,101; 10 percent); the U.S. National Guard and Reserves ($8,047; 1 percent); Japan ($23,765; 1 percent); and Chile ($23,765; 1 percent). This was non-competitive procured per FAR 6.302-1.

M7 Aerospace, LLC received $9,842,453 for logistics support on C-26 aircraft.

Northrop Grumman received $19,558,660 for logistics services for aircraft and spares to support the worldwide KC-10 program

Organizational Strategies, Inc. received $7,531,203 for work on Advanced Training Technology Delivery System for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.  This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-5.

Raytheon received $8,500,000 for aircraft parts.  This was a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $11,999,825 to repair six improved multi-platform launch controllers (IMPLC), repair/retrofit an additional 48 IMPLCs, and repair/retrofit 11 primary power supplies. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $15,494,873 to design, develop, demonstrate, document, and deliver a P-8A application based architecture system.

Raytheon received $25,405,003 for PMA-290 (MPRA), AN/APS-148 SeaVue radar system components.  This was not competitively procured per 10 USC 2304(c) (1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $46,581,071 for improved frequency modulation power amplifiers. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $7,946,398 for KC-135 Block 45.1 upgrade software in Cedar Rapids, IW and Oklahoma City, OK. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $7,967,625 for 15 KC-10 communication navigation surveillance/air traffic management kit installations.

Sigmatech, Inc. received $57,440,905 for aviation element simulation development, operations, maintenance for Redstone Arsenal, AL.

Sikorsky received $11,708,901 for F-5 aircraft maintenance at NAS Key West, NAS Fallon, and MCAS Yuma.

Tactical Lighting Systems Inc. received $24,515,000 for a Sustainment Lighting System, which will support launch/recovery at expeditionary airfields.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $82,979,141 for Aegis combat system engineering on computer program baselines and associated technology insertion hardware design support for the next/future advanced capability build.

Lockheed Martin received $54,632,457 for ship integration and test of the Aegis weapon system (AWS) for AWS baselines through advanced capability build (ACB) 12.  This will cover AWS ship integration and test efforts for five new DDG 51-class ships and the major modernization of five DDG 51 class ships. It will also cover integrated combat system modifications and upgrades for all current ships with all AWS baselines up to and including ACB 12.

Lockheed Martin received $7,223,685 to procure diminishing manufacturing sources spares for Aegis modernization and new construction requirements.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Austal USA received $14,359,433 for class services in support of the LCS program. Austal will provide engineering and design services, as well as affordability efforts to reduce LCS acquisition and lifecycle costs.

Lockheed Martin received $24,793,980 for core class services in support of the LCS program.

Lockheed Martin received $10,416,933 for fleet maintenance sustainment support to the LCS program in San Diego, CA.

Lockheed Martin received $8,744,781 to support technical evaluation and initial operational and evaluation of the Remote Minehunting System (RMS) with the LCS.

Northrop Grumman received $19,082,605 for integration services for mission packages that will deploy from and integrate with the LCS.

Northrop Grumman received $21,619,028 for two mission modules and support containers for mission packages that will deploy from / integrate with LCS.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $7,410,168 for USS Barry (DDG-52) FY2015 emergent docking availability, which includes maintenance, repairs and modifications that will update the ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $8,271,799 for USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG 108) FY2015 selected restricted availability, which includes depot-level maintenance and modifications to update ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $15,232,513 for 60-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Matthew Perry (T-AKE 9).

BAE Systems received $115,000,373 for USS Bataan (LHD 5) FY2015 dry-docking planned maintenance availability, which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications to update military/technical capabilities.

Bay City Marine, Inc.; Delphinus Engineering, Inc.; Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.; Integrated Marine Services, Inc.; Marine Group Boat Works; Marisco, Ltd.; Pacific Ship Repair & Fabrication Inc.; Pacific Shipyards International; Propulsion Controls Engineering; Platypus Marine, Inc.; Q.E.D. Systems, Inc.; Shaka Engineering, Inc.; and Southcoast Welding & Manufacturing received $61,000,000 for general ship repair that includes providing all labor, materials, and a marine repair facility for ship repair on MSC vessels.

General Dynamics received $16,916,431 for repairs and alterations on USS Whidbey Island (LSD-41).

General Dynamics (Bath Iron Works) received $21,192,127 for DDG 51-class lead yard services (including liaising, logistics, class changes design services, and special studies). This provides class engineering and design services to shipbuilders in the interpretation and application of the Bath Iron Works design.

Lockheed Martin received $235,329,189 for MK 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) electronic and mechanical modules and related equipment for the U.S. Navy (69.5 percent), Saudi Arabia (26.3 percent), and Norway (4.2 percent).

Marine Hydraulics International, Inc. received $7,121,874 for USS Truxtun (DDG-103) FY2015 selected restricted availability, which involves maintenance, repairs and modifications that will update the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Marine Tec received $39,827,597 for USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19) fiscal 2015 phased maintenance availability, which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications to update military and technical capabilities.

Tyonek Services Corp. received $10,924,414 for depot maintenance support for Fleet Readiness Center SE at NAS Jacksonville; MCAS Beaufort; and NAS Oceana.

Vigor Industrial, LLC received $13,400,140 for 75-calendar-day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Mercy (T-AH-19).

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $44,547,142 for non-nuclear submarine repair work on Groton-based submarines under the New England Maintenance Manpower Initiative (NEMMI) in support of returning mission ready submarines to the fleet.

General Dynamics received $36,490,246 for engineering and technical design services to support R&D of advanced submarine technologies.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $9,972,928 for R&D on advanced submarine technologies for current and future submarine platforms.

NAVAL CONTRACTS

Data Link Solutions LLC received $32,606,821 for Multi-Functional Information Distribution System (MIDS) on Ship (MOS) Lot IV production. This includes spares.

General Dynamics received $498,116,529 for detail, design and construction of the fourth Mobile Landing Platform Afloat Forward Staging Base.

General Dynamics received $8,019,628 for material and labor to repair, modify and complete work on the DDG 1001 deckhouse.

General Dynamics received $7,279,014 for USS Peleliu (LHA 5) FY2015 decommissioning.

Huntington Ingalls received $7,997,357 for nuclear propulsion and complex modernization work on CVN 75 in Portsmouth, VA. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Jacobs Technology, Inc. received $42,383,852 to develop a launch test set complex for testing and qualification of a launcher subsystem for U.S. Navy ($38,145,467; 90%) and the UK ($4,238,385; 10%). This was non-competitive per FAR.6.302-1.

L-3 (Power Paragon Inc.) received $23,845,101 for power transfer switching units.

Raytheon received $8,673,474 for dual band radar installation, integration and test support of element and integrated combat system efforts for CVN 78.

Raytheon received $12,000,000 for engineering on the DDG 1000 program.

Raytheon received $26,050,551 for life cycle engineering and support services for LPD 17 class integrated shipboard electronic systems. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Raytheon received $38,498,028 for continuing Platform Systems Engineering Agent support of the Ship Self Defense System (SSDS) MK 2 development of CVN/Amphibious Modernization Advanced Capability Build 12/Technical Insertion 12 (ACB12/TI12).

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $9,170,185 for technical and engineering services in support of the precision approach and landing system program.

Sonatech Inc. received $34,384,013 for production of TR-343 sonar transducer ship sets (part of the AN/SQS-53 sonar array assembly) for U.S. Navy (85%) and Japan (15%) to support new construction of DDG Arleigh Burke class ships.

York International Inc. received $41,973,741 for conversion kits to modify 125-, 200-, and 300-ton AC plants used on the LSD-41, DDG-51, and LHD-1 class ships to use HFC-236fa refrigerant in lieu of the current CFC–114 refrigerant.

SPACE

ASRC Federal Space & Defense received $21,725,588 for launch services mission assurance (LSMA) on excess ballistic missile solid rocket motors and independent verification and validation for Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC), Kirtland AFB.

Assured Space Access Technologies, Inc. received $19,943,982; Del Rey Systems & Technology, Inc. received $18,075,584; Forward Slope, Inc. received $19,090,075 for engineering functions on meteorological and oceanographic systems, FMS systems, and expeditionary and joint systems, projects and tasking engaged worldwide.

Boeing received $12,941,460 for logistics support, special studies, and local area network sustainment on Space-Based Space Surveillance (SBSS) Block 10 System.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $23,349,751 for systems engineering and integration support to the Launch & Test Range System at Los Angeles AFB.

Exelis, Inc. received $6,693,231 for System Engineering & Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) Perimeter Acquisition Radar Attack Characterization System (PARCS) sustainment.

InDyne, Inc. received $16,753,743 for operations and maintenance support, training, command, control, communications, information and computer systems services, testing, modification and installation of communications, electronic and security systems at launch facilities and control centers for the 30th Space Wing at Vandenberg AFB.

Infoscitex Corp. received $98,000,000 for aerospace systems technologies and simulation based research and development capabilities.

Kratos Technology & Training Solutions received $18,475,579.00 for a command and control system, production and sustainment; upgrade and implement a data link interface between Schriever space operations centers and the Vandenberg back-up space operations center, among other tasks.

Raytheon received $6,678,321 for production, integration, test and delivery of the global broadcast service (GBS) below deck terminals.

Scitor Corp. received $6,828,303 to provide USAF’s Space & Missile Systems Center remote sensing directorate with advisory and assistance services (program management and execution, acquisition/program planning). This is a sole-source acquisition.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Acuitus, Inc. received $44,953,535 for help desk IT training in support of the Navy’s Center for Information Dominance.

American Technology Solutions International Corp. Artlin Consulting LLC; IPT Associates LLC; Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI; Logistics Management Institute; Modern Technology Solutions Inc.; and Systems Planning & Analysis Inc. received $300,000,000 for professional and executive-level mission support services, technical support, technical studies, and research and development projects.

Boeing received $10,631,524 to support operations, maintain and sustain all on-orbit Wideband Global SATCOM satellites. This is sole-source per FAR 6.302-1.

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.; Serco Inc.; Systems Planning & Analysis Inc.; Whitney, Bradley & Brown; and CACI Inc. received a cumulative $40,716,029 to provide professional, technical, and admin support for Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, (Manpower, Personnel, Training & Education).

Booz Allen Hamilton; Cubic Applications, Inc.; and Janus Research Group received a cumulative $240,000,000 for mission support services to the Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC).

Carahsoft Technology Corp. received $17,895,793 for systems applications and products licenses and maintenance for Program Manager Global Combat Support System and Program Manager Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program.

Cray Inc. received $30,750,000 for commercially available high performance computing systems for DOD’s High Performance Computing Modernization Program at the U.S. Navy Supercomputing Resource Center (DSRC), Stennis Space Center (SSC). Silicon Graphics Federal, Inc. received $30,750,000 to acquire commercially available high performance computing systems for the DOD High Performance Computing Modernization Program in order to conduct complex calculations at the AFRL – DOD Supercomputing Resource Center (DSRC), Wright-Patterson AFB.

En Pointe Gov Inc. received $11,207,546 for Microsoft software assurance, maintenance, and support.

Harris Corporation received $9,946,851 for research of distributed embedded satellite communications on-the-move terminals.

IBM Corp. received $60,424,975 for IT services for the Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions contract which is the Army preferred website and source for the procurement of IT services and products.

Integri LLC received $22,522,012 to support Naval Air Systems Command 6.8 corporate business office. This includes engineering and technical assistance on Air Systems Command 6.0 and Fleet Readiness Center depot maintenance systems.

Lockheed Martin received $12,463,696 to provide protected key management architecture (KMA) for installation, integration and factory testing of replacement KMA system with existing AEHF system control and space segments.

Motorola Solutions, Inc. received $15,634,774 for global sustainment of enterprise land and mobile radio systems at 53 military installations worldwide.

Mythics, Inc. received $7,829,551 for continuing the Oracle Software Enterprise License Agreement in support of the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems and the Army Materiel Command.

Oracle America Inc. received $7,194,280 for Oracle PeopleSoft licenses and maintenance services.

Raytheon received $344,335,000 for the Command and Control Switching System. This involves FMS to Canada. This is a sole-source acquisition.

SAIC received $23,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the northwest region. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Whitney, Bradley & Brown (WBB); SAIC; and Metron, Inc. received a collective $180,465,022 for warfare & warfare support analyses/assessments, campaign analyses, mission-level analyses, modeling/simulation, and management and documentation.

World Wide Technology, Inc. received $427,000,000 to obtain a reliable, responsive, and cost effective information storage infrastructure of "on demand" enterprise services for specified operating environments. Work at DISA locations worldwide.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

Boeing received $8,644,374 for integrated logistics support/engineering services for Harpoon /SLAM-ER Missile System and Harpoon Launch Systems for U.S. Navy ($2,310,523; 26.74%); Turkey ($807,597; 9.35%); Taiwan ($706,776; 8.17%); South Korea ($528,318; 6.11%); Japan ($471,056; 5.45%); Egypt ($456,647; 5.28%); Saudi Arabia ($365,656; 4.23%); the UK ($316,563; 3.66%); Pakistan ($304,113; 3.52%); Australia ($303,525; 3.51%); Chile ($237,601; 2.75%); Canada ($231,071; 2.67%); Singapore ($216,855; 2.51%); Israel ($197,868; 2.29%); Portugal ($189,145; 2.19%); India ($168,656; 1.95%); Thailand ($165,516; 1.91%); Bahrain ($129,570; 1.50%); Kuwait ($88,155; 1.02%); the UAE ($85,015; 0.98%); Malaysia ($84,819; 0.98%); Oman ($83,837; 0.97%); the Netherlands ($81,455; 0.94%); Germany ($65,164; 0.75%); and Denmark ($48,873; 0.57%).

Boeing received $39,540,071 for USA and U.K. Trident II (D5) navigation subsystem maintenance, repair, rebuilding, and technical services.  This was a sole source acquisition per Justification & Approval 15.700, dated July 15, 2014.

Caelum Research Corp. received $17,622,299 for data collection services at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG).

Composite Engineering Inc. received $72,367,482 for Air Force Subscale Aerial Target (lots 11-13) BQM-167A, which will be used by the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Exelis, Inc. received $20,916,026 for System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS)/PAVE Phased Array Warning System (PAWS) sustainment.

General Dynamics received $72,061,662 (addition to a previous contract) to provide unnamed FMS countries the Hydra-70 rocket system.

Hellfire Systems LLC received $10,594,605 for 123 Hellfire AGM-114R missiles.

Inertial Labs received $10,128,819 to complete the design, development and release of weapon orientation module (WOM) for weapon fire control and live training.

Lockheed Martin received $78,180,515 to leverage expired Army tactical missile system (ATACMS) Block I missiles into policy compliant area attack munitions.

Lockheed Martin received $49,960,000 for 66 missile round trainers, 66 empty round trainers, and one (lot) production tooling for the Patriot system.

Lockheed Martin received $32,416,755 for technical and maintenance support services for U.S. Army and USMC HIMARS fire control systems and launcher modules and M270A1 fire control systems.

Northrop Grumman received $10,234,156 to help transition G/ATOR current software from Microsoft Windows XP OS to a DISA compliant Linux OS.

Orbital Sciences Corp. received $12,454,893 for six trajectory developments and build-ups, test, and launch of 40 GQM-163A aerial target systems for U.S. Navy (32 for $10,954,893; 88 percent) and Japan (FMS: 8 for $1,500,000; 12%). This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

Orbital Sciences Corp. received $24,500,397 for seven full rate production Lot 9 GQM-163A Coyote base vehicles, including associated hardware, kits and production support for U.S. Navy (6 for $21,058,260; 86%); Japan (1 for $3,442,137; 14%).

Raytheon received $12,001,675 for field and sustainment level maintenance supporting one Joint Land Elevated Netted System (JLENS) orbit in support of an operational exercise.

Raytheon received $12,153,846 for inventory management as well as the repair and replacement of items pertaining to PATRIOT Performance Based Logistics support.

Raytheon received $18,744,712 for HARM targeting system (HTS) contractor logistic support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $21,900,000 for AMRAAM technical support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $25,954,936 for 64 Tomahawk Block IV composite capsule launching systems.

Raytheon received $35,508,615 for the Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) upgraded MK-31 weapon system improvement program, in which USA and Germany cooperate under MOU. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4).

Raytheon received $45,237,277 for AN/TPY-2 transmit/receive integrated microwave modules (T/RIMMS) and an electronic equipment unit modification kit.

Raytheon received $49,000,000 for Evolved SeaSparrow Missile (ESSM) design agent, in-service support and technical engineering support services.

Raytheon received $54,035,547 for design agent engineering and technical support services for Phalanx, SeaRAM, and Land-based Phalanx weapon systems (LPWS).  This involves some unnamed FMS.

Raytheon received $59,398,002 for TOW missiles.

Raytheon received $491,478,068 for Advanced Medium Range Air to Air Missile (AMRAAM) production Lot 28.  This involves FMS to South Korea, Oman, Singapore, and Thailand. This is a sole-source acquisition.

The Sentient Corp. received $48,462,513 for hypersonic missile interceptors.

Thales Raytheon Systems Co. received $19,943,236 for life cycle contractor support for Sentinel radars, including maintenance, contingency operations, and overhauls.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

AMTEC Corp. received $16, 934,650 to manufacture 106,500 JAU-22/B initiators for the cartridge actuated device/propellant actuated device Joint Program Office, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head EOD Technical Division.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Matrix Research Inc. received $40,000,000 for R&D, modeling, analysis, simulation, development, fabrication, characterization, testing, evaluation, demonstration and conceptualization of radio frequency and electro-optical subsystem, component, device and material technologies for air and space sensor applications. Work at Wright-Patterson AFB for AFRL.

SEDNA Digital Solutions, LLC received $10,180,823 for engineering and technical services in support of high fidelity simulation/simulation and common processing system software development. This researches “High Fidelity Front End Simulation for complex Physics Based Processing System.”

VEHICLES

AM General LLC received $245,594,857 for 2,200 HMMWV and spare parts. AM General, LLC received $21,058,014 for HMMWV spare parts. This was a sole-source acquisition.

BAE Systems received $34,241,842 to modify 49 Bradley Fighting Vehicles from the M3A2 version to the M2A2 version and 49 final inspection records.

BAE Systems received $382,654,403 for the AMPV program (five variants: general purpose, mission command, mortar carrier, medical evaluation, medical treatment).

General Dynamics received $9,280,639 for turret assemblies. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Honeywell International, Inc. received $17,883,813 for repair and overhaul of AGT1500 engines used in the Abrams family of vehicles.

Michelin received $35,208,626 for ground vehicle tires.  Michelin received $9,398,494 for ground vehicle tires.

MTU America Inc. received $20,704,870 for two-cycle engine spare parts.  This was a sole-source acquisition.

Oshkosh received $32,329,430 for the upgrade and reset of 300 MRAP All Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV).

Oshkosh Defense LLC received $7,250,000 for 300 Check 6 camera kits, which give MRAP all-terrain vehicle driver/commander a rear field of vision.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

AEROFAB LLC; Major Tool & Machine Inc.; Chesapeake Machining & Fabrication Inc.; and Advex Corp. received a cumulative $45,000,000 to support machining and fabrication for various items supporting Strategic Systems programs.

Carolina Growler, Inc. received $37,000,000 to procure 179 Marine Corps tactical weld shops.

Federal Resource Supply Co. received $36,703,480 for urban operation platoon sets (PDF) with enhanced capabilities for missions in complex or urbanized terrain.

FN Manufacturing, LLC received $84,600,000 for fabrication and delivery of M240 machine guns and spare receivers.

Mahaffey Tent & Awning Co. Inc. received $18,013,964 for life support services and equipment (generators, tents, lights, hand-wash stations, shower trailer) to support rotation-training units at JRTC and tenant unit training events at Fort Polk, LA.

Thomas Scientific, Inc. received $48,000,000 for laboratory supplies.

Utilis USA received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters.

Wegmann USA Inc. received $8,519,817 for ammunition stowage racks. This was a sole-source acquisition.  Wegmann USA Inc. received $8,050,882 for ammunition stowage racks. This was a sole-source acquisition.

CLOTHING

Altama Delta Corporation received $10,148,631 for Army hot weather combat boots. Rocky Brand, Inc. received $15,329,386 for hot weather combat boots.

Bethel Industries Inc. received $14,253,665 for USMC combat utility uniform (MCCUU) trousers.

Kandor Manufacturing, Inc. (Arecibo, Puerto Rico) received $6,788,486 and Short Bark Industries, Inc. received $11,011,544 for USMC combat utility uniform blouses.

Excel Manufacturing received $40,000,000 for flame resistant, type II, class I, utility coveralls.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Lockheed Martin received $23,785,208 for one KC-130J weapon systems trainer.

Northrop Grumman received $23,800,000 for logistics (transportation, maintenance, and supply) at JRTC and Ft. Polk.

Raytheon received $12,280,367 to purchase Ships Mission Center shore trainer, crew training and support and prerequisite training materials.

Woolpert, Inc. received $10,000,000 for multidiscipline design and/or professional services for planning, design and construction in support of the DODEA program.

CBRNE

Battelle Memorial Institute received $13,048,856 for support services for CBRN detection, reconnaissance, protection and decontamination systems, and logistics.

FUEL & ENERGY

Dayton Power & Light Company received $27,331,546 for base-wide electricity service at Wright-Patterson AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Entergy Arkansas Inc. received $9,667,141 to construct a distribution line, a distribution metering point for step-down transformers, and increase capacity at DeWitt substation by adding a 12/16/20 MVA step-up transformer to supply power to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District for Little Bayou Meto Pump Station.

Phillips 66 received $93,603,982 for aviation turbine fuel in Oklahoma and TX.

TXU Energy Retail Company received $53,280,484 for electricity in Texas.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

Barr Laboratories Inc. received $29,299,919 to supply Adenovirus vaccine type four and type seven. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Birmingham Industrial Construction and Robins & Morton JV; D Square Construction, LLC; ELA Group Inc.; Herman Construction Group, Inc.; Patriot Construction, LLC; Total Team Construction Services, Inc.; and Terra Construction, Inc. received $49,000,000 for healthcare facility repair/construction for U.S. Medical Command’s Western region.

BTL Technologies, Inc.; Loyal Source Government Services, LLC; MD Consulting, LLC; Vysnova Partners; Washington Harris Group, Inc.; and Wisestaff, LLC received a cumulative $96,732,599 for physician services at military treatment facilities in northeast USA.

BTL Technologies Inc.; Donald L. Mooney Enterprises LLC; Loyal Source Government Services LLC; Magnum Opus Technologies Inc.; Matrix Providers Inc.; and Vesa Health & Technology Inc. received $193,605,129.45 for ancillary services at military treatment facilities in northeast USA.

Computer Sciences Corp. received $11,688,190 for U.S. Army Reserve special medical training, equipment and site maintenance, and admin support associated with combat support hospitals.

CONMED Corporation received $9,500,000 for dental and medical equipment.

Diversified Technical Systems received $31,000,000 for engineering on the Warrior Injury Assessment Manikin (WIAMAN) program.

GE Healthcare received $43,200,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables, parts, and training.

IAP Worldwide Services, Inc.; General Dynamics; BTF Solutions JV; and Military Healthcare Outfitting & Transition received $30,000,000 for project support for planning, outfitting, and transitioning staff and patients associated with healthcare construction projects from 2010-2015.

Meridian Medical Technologies received $129,537,132 for nerve agent antidotes in auto-injectors.

The Resource Center received $10,000,000 for individualized first aid kits. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Skyline ULTD, Round Rock, Texas received $17,700,000 for case management medical support for the National Guard Bureau in Arlington, VA.

Sodexo Management, Inc. received $6,944,234 for qualified nutrition care management at Ft. Leonard Wood; Ft. Knox; Ft. Stewart; Ft. Sill; Ft. Riley; Ft. Jackson; West Point; Ft. Irwin; Ft. Sam Houston.

Veteran's Health received $45,000,000 for medical items and accessories. This was a sole-source acquisition.

TRANSPORTATION

American Technical Coatings, Inc. received $12,500,000 for insensitive munitions transportation protection systems.

Berg Manufacturing, Inc.; Sea Box, Inc.; and Maloy Mobile Storage, Inc. received $12,637,500 for shipping and storage containers.

Maersk Line, Ltd received $14,460,128 to provide MSC with 12-month charter of one U.S. flag, ice-class certified, double-hull product tanker, which provides bulk fuel support, including one delivery/year to Antarctica for the NSF and one/year to Greenland for DOD’s DLA-Energy.

Miramar Transportation, Inc. received $10,092,196 for the Navy Advanced Traceability & Control program, which provides freight transportation of repairable parts and items from point of failure to a repair facility (for USTRANSCOM Directorate of Acquisition).

ENVIRONMENTAL

Missouri Dept. of Conservation received $9,000,000 for work with the Missouri River Recovery Program. One bid solicited, one received.

Summit-TLI JV, LLC received $70,000,000 for environmental remediation with military munitions response program, for the Pueblo Chemical Depot. This is part of DOD’s Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program.

FOOD SERVICES

Jianas Brothers Packaging Company received $14,278,245 for beverage base component items.

Northeast Military Sales, Inc. received $7,034,370 for in-store specialty delicatessen and bakery resale operations at 10 commissary stores in GA, FL, and Puerto Rico.

Roby's Country Gardens, Inc. received $12,201,175 for fruit and vegetables.

Reinhart Foodservice received $284,040,000 for food and beverages.

State Licensing Agency, Missouri Department of Social Services received $14,856,186 for food service in dining facilities at Ft. Leonard Wood.

Sysco received $17,500,000 for food and beverages in Virginia. Sysco received $8,250,000 for food and beverages. This was a sole-source acquisition.

U.S. Foods received $245,716,983 for prime vendor subsistence support.  U.S. Foods received $23,750,000 for prime vendor subsistence support. US Foods, Inc. received $11,250,000 for food and beverages. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Hata & Co., Ltd. received $12,296,477 and $6,778,151 for food and beverages in HI. Y. Hata & Co., Ltd. received $201,000,000 and $141,000,000 for food in HI.

BUDGET

Cotton & Company received $9,945,932 to conduct an audit of the U. S. Navy General Fund Schedule of Budgetary Activity for FY2015.

Ernst & Young LLP received $14,402,567 to help DOD Office of Inspector General to audit the Department of the Air Force General Fund Schedule of Budgetary Activity.

KPMG LLP received $13,011,077 for audit services for DOD Office of Inspector General, to audit the U.S. Army General Fund Schedule of Budgetary Activity.

KPMG LLP received $14,000,766 to provide management services, personnel, and documentation in support of agency financial audit for “federal civilian agencies.”

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually consist of a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, management & admin, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

BAE Systems received $10,224,630 for providing Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) predictive tool capability to help determine the state of program managed systems’ bill of material, identified items status, and their life cycle procurement efforts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

CACI-ISS, Inc. received $32,176,357 to procure a system integrator to develop and implement Increment II of the Integrated Personnel and Pay System - Army.

DZSP 21 LLC received $27,935,302 for base operations support services at Joint Region Marianas.

EMCOR Government Services, Inc. received $32,889,626 for regional base operating support services at facilities within a 100-mile radius of the Washington Navy Yard.

Fox RPM Corp. received $45,191,280 for furniture, fixtures, and equipment and services support at DISA locations worldwide.

PAE-Applied Technologies LLC received $43,490,040 for base operating support services at Vance AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

SAP National Security Services received $10,989,757 for maintenance of MSC’s current Sybase software license portfolio, as well as 5 years’ unlimited right to copy existing and new software licenses, and maintenance for these licenses.

Tapestry Solutions, Inc. received $48,388,243 for Global Decision Support System (GDSS) application support services.

Tinker Support Services JV received $49,999,999 for civil engineer services at Tinker AFB.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

Core Tech-AMEC-SKEC, LLC received $96,616,619 to build a reinforced concrete hangar at Andersen AFB, Guam.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION

Alcan Builders received $12,374,710 to construct a battalion HQ at Ft. Wainwright.

Bell Contracting Inc. received $7,616,256 to repair the northwest end of the keel and non-keel sections of Runway 13/31 at Tinker AFB.

Brothers Body & Equipment received $35,452,994 for portable concrete mixers.

Bis Services LLC; Circle LLC; and Shavers-Whittle Construction LLC received $200,000,000 for armoring levees in greater New Orleans, LA.

Caterpillar received $12,385,700 for 40 Type I T-9 dozers with a kit and five D7R support tools and test equipment.

Cutter Enterprises received $10,488,500 to repair the aircraft maintenance hangar and construct an F-15 shop at Barnes ANG Base, Westfield, MA.

Elkins Constructors, Inc. received $35,704,700 for construction of the Bolden Elementary-Middle School at MCAS Beaufort.

Forest Products Distributors Inc. and S&S Forest Products LLC received $115,965,122 for wood products.

The Haskell Co. received $21,754,670 for design and construction of a helicopter operations facility at Joint Base Andrews.

  1. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. received $29,314,441 for coastal storm damage reduction structures in Atlantic County, NJ.

Mississippi Limestone Corp. received $11,414,455 for Mississippi River and tributaries flood control employing articulated concrete mattress casting.

Norfolk Southern Railway Corp. received $7,735,000 for engineering and construction on the NT connection track (part of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Control Project -- SELA 26 Florida Avenue Phase IV project). One bid solicited, one received.

PentaCon, LLC received $14,909,900 to build waterfront operations facility at Naval Base Kitsap Bangor.

Reliable Contracting Group LLC received $8,417,693 for replacing the fuel pipeline at Tyndall AFB.

RQ Construction, LLC received $7,493,650 to repair G1-1A/1B supply and return system at Building 1H, Naval Medical Center San Diego.

Rore Inc. received $75,000,000 for construction projects in NAVFAC Northwest.

SC Engineers Inc. received $30,000,000 for mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering related services in NAVFAC Southwest.

Speegle Construction, Inc. received $7,740,000 to construct a satellite dining facility at Cannon AFB.

Thalle Construction Company, Inc. received $24,187,735 for demolition and removal of existing Herbert Hoover Dike Culverts HP-2 and HP-3, and construction of new water control Structures S-286 and S-287 to replace the culverts in Moorehaven, FL.

Woodcrest Ace Hardware Inc. received $14,000,000 for consignment of industrial supplies for the Consolidated Material Service Center at Camp Pendleton.

Zieson Construction Co. received $8,344,501 to install a main sewer line to cover new construction/renovation in Ft. Leonard Wood.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $128,169,974 for beachfill and completion of initial construction, from Barnegat Inlet to Little Egg Inlet, Long Beach Island, NJ.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $25,637,000 for the Arthur Kill Channel Navigation project (includes dredging, blasting and disposal of rock in NJ and NY).

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $12,739,000 for maintenance dredging of the Wilmington Harbor inner ocean bar in NC.

Marinex Construction, Inc. received $18,389,996 for dredging of maintenance material from the Savannah and Brunswick Georgia inner harbors.

Manson Construction Co. received $19,228,000 for screening of dredge spoils for discarded munitions and radiological debris from Pier 12 demolition, replacement and dredging project at Naval Base San Diego.

Weeks Marine, Inc. received $7,537,000 to furnish one fully crewed and equipped cutterhead dredge to help maintain the Southwest Pass, LA.

Zieson Construction Co. received $14,313,443 to construct the AIT Complex II dining facility at Fort Leonard Wood.

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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 invokes 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.