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

DOD spent $15,530,647,963+ on 186 individual contracts in January 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 $15,530,647,963 on 186 individual contracts during January 2014.


Agentase LLC received $11,206,720 to support DARPA’s In Vivo Nanoplatforms program (IVN), which seeks to develop new classes of adaptable nanoparticles for persistent, distributed, unobtrusive physiologic and environmental sensing, and treatment of physiologic abnormalities, illness and infectious disease.

Airtec, Inc. received $9,477,860 to provide ISR services (utilizing two contractor-owned/operated aircraft, with government furnished property previously installed on the aircraft) for USSOUTHCOM in Bogota, Columbia.

Conti Federal Services, Inc.; Cosmopolitan Inc.; CT JV; M+W U.S., Inc.; Nibor Enterprises, Inc.; Oxford Construction of PA, Inc. received $24,975,000 for construction projects in Israel.

Foresight Renewable Solutions, LLC (FRSOL) received $7,000,000,000 for use in completing and awarding power purchase agreement task orders.

L-3 received $10,000,000 for commercial tubes to improve USSOCOM lighting capabilities. L-3 received $10,000,000 for commercial lighting tubes for USSOCOM. One bid was solicited with one received.

NEK Services, Inc. received $8,232,079 to provide instructors and role players to support the Joint Exploitation Training Center [PDF, p. 7 of 11], C. Company, 6th Battalion, 1st Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne), Ft. Bragg. This was awarded per FAR 8.405-6.


L-3 received $17, 611,443 for supplies and services associated with Surface Terminal Equipment for Hawklink Tactical Common Data Link (TCDL) and the LCS configurations, and the Vortex Mini-TCDL Shipset components in support of the VTOL Fire Scout MQ-8B/8C.

Law Company Inc. received $20,078,900 to construct a UAV hanger at Ft. Riley.

Northrop Grumman received $36,294,099 for logistics and engineering support for the Hunter UAS in Afghanistan and Sierra Vista, AZ.


American International Contractors, Inc. received $9,788,000 for construction of the United Kingdom Maritime Component Command (UKMCC) including a warehouse and HQ at Mina Salman, Bahrain.

AMI Industries, Inc. received $8,817,781 to install aircraft ejection seats for Oman and Iraq. This is a sole-source acquisition. 

B3H Corp. received $6,856,100 for English language instructors and training using DLI-ELC courseware and methodology at King Abdul Aziz Air Base, Dhahran.

Lockheed Martin received $48,900,000 to provide Norway with return/repair support, spares, engineering, reps and modification for C-130J aircraft.

Raytheon received $10,510,029 to provide Denmark with 9 multi-spectral targeting systems (MTS) for MH-60R/S helicopters. This was not a full and open competition, per FAR 6.302-1.

United Technologies received $183,000,000 for work on Saudi Arabia’s Air Force DB110 Reconnaissance System [PDF]. This includes in-country setup, installation, ground stations, and pod survey studies.

United Technologies received $33,884,559 to remanufacture F-100-PW-100/200/220/220E/229 engine modules for Chile, Egypt, Jordan, Thailand, Taiwan, Greece and Indonesia.


BAE Systems received $19,273,217 for MK 41 vertical launching system (VLS) canister production, which includes 89 MK 21 MOD 3 (SM-6) canisters, coding plugs, explosive bolts, and impulse cartridges. Lockheed Martin received $9,710,890 to produce MK 41 VLS AEGIS modernization module electronics. Lockheed Martin received $14,432,389 for one Mission Signal Processor suite and two array simulator cabinets for the Aegis Training & Readiness Center (ATRC).

GTI Systems received $78,200,000 for practice bombs and accoutrements.

Lockheed Martin received $31,674,868 to support Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) flight test activities using LMSSC developed target hardware. Lockheed Martin received $20,618,247 for engineering, manufacturing, risk reduction, technical maturity efforts on the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) program.

Raytheon received $107,918,011 for work on the Patriot missile system. Raytheon received $156,000,000 for eight SM-3 Block IB missiles and “all up round build up.”

Raytheon received $17,257,960 for 28 LAU-115D/A missile launchers for Australia and 64 LAU-116-B/A missile launchers for the U.S. Navy (34 missiles – $5,819,780; 34 percent) and Australia (30 missiles – $11,438,180; 66 percent) in support of F/A-18E/F and EA-18G.

Raytheon received $52,084,929 for engineering and technical support to Phalanx, SeaRAM, and C-RAM required for maintenance, reliability, and improvements.

TASC Inc. received $6,933,916 for R&D on the Solid Rocket Motor Modernization Study, which includes investigating propulsion options and impacts for replacement or modernization of the Minuteman III.


Ball Aerospace received $9,133,111 for Advanced Laser Effects Research branch (ALTER) to advance laser weapon vulnerability research. Deliverables include: beam train work, test layout design, hardware fabrication, diagnostic instrumentation, raw data collection and documentation, and incidental programming.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $12,502,113 for program and financial management and administrative services in the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS), Naval Enterprise Networks (NEN) office. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $6,886,969 to design and develop a CAROUSEL Applicable Specific Integrated Circuit solution involved in testing of CAROUSEL crypto engines.

Harris Corp. received $13,693,104 for additional labor to provide uninterrupted logistics for Space & Missile Systems Center Space Superiority operational Offensive Counterspace and Defensive Counterspace ground-based systems at Palm Bay, FL.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $15,215,028, $10,657,764 and $7,712,796 for engineering technical assistance, which consists of disciplined systems/specialty engineering and technical/information assurance services, support, and products. Some work will be performed at Hanscom AFB, Peterson AFB and Dahlgren, VA.

L-3 received $85,485,879 for spare and component satellite terminal parts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Leidos Inc. received $62,480,000 to perform software engineering, integration, technical support, and training requirements for the Integrated Strategic Planning and Analysis Network quality review.

Lockheed Martin received $8,534,310 to modernize AN/FPS-117 Long Range Radars.

Northrop Grumman received $200,000,000 for acquisition and sustainment of Embedded GPS Inertial Navigation Systems (EGI). This is a sole-source acquisition and includes unclassified FMS to Iraq and Thailand (45 percent).

Northrop Grumman received $26,110,000 for Reliability and Maintainability Information Systems (REMIS) Sustainment and Development Services.

Sparta Inc. received $7,310,558 for engineering consulting and technical advisory services including special studies to support existing staff at Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC) at Los Angeles AFB.


Aerospace Testing Alliance received $22,950,459 for operations, maintenance, information management and support of Arnold Engineering Development Complex.

Affordable Engineering Services, LLC received $20,832,874 to support air vehicle modification and instrumentation efforts.

Azimuth Corp. received $23,734,700 and General Dynamics received $23,734,700 to advance R&D on the Hardened Materials Research & Survivability Studies Program in order to advance technology, which protects Air Force aircrews and systems from a host of threats associated with photonic light and electromagnetic energy sources. Technical areas include optical/hardening materials and processing; electro-optic/infrared sensor protection; structural and warfighter protection; functional materials, proactive threat defeat, and high energy laser source materials.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $10,322,803 for logistics on MV-22 and CV-22 aircraft. Bell-Boeing JPO received $26,682,561 for V-22 flight test management, design and engineering work for Naval Rotary Wing Aircraft Test Squadron. Rolls-Royce received $13,556,862 for 17,226 engine flight hours in support of the MV-22. Rolls-Royce received $90,164,920 for forty AE1107C engines for the MV-22.

Boeing received $10,000,000 for items to ensure uninterrupted support to DOD. This is a sole-source acquisition. Boeing received $17,820,844 for remanufacturing and maintenance on the F/A-18 A-F. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1. Boeing received $26,836,716 for F/A-18 parts repair. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1). Boeing received $38,103,120 for F/A-18E/F logistics and material. The was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

CV International, Inc. received $15,916,531 for a modernized maintenance platform for CH-47, UH-60, AH-64, OH-58 and UAS aircraft.

EADS-NA received $9,454,370 for Lakota helicopter logistics.

EFW, Inc. received $11,666,579 to procure and install helmet display tracker system (HDTS PDF) kits for AH-1W aircraft.

General Electric received $572,500,000 to repair and replace 17 F414 engine components. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

L-3 received $129,000,000 for maintenance and modification of the C-12/RC-12/UC-35 aircraft fleet. L-3 received $13,764,771 for maintenance on F-16, F-18, H-60 and E-2C aircraft at NAS Fallon.

Lockheed Martin received $105,287,400 (P00026) for C-130J Long Term Sustainment Program. Lockheed Martin received $35,781,319 to develop a Universal Armament Interface capability in F-35 software for Small Diameter Bomb II, Mission Systems Integration Laboratory ground test only. 

Marvin Engineering Co. received $7,373,028 for 156 BRU-32 Ejector Bomb Racks for F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft.

Northrop Grumman received $12,083,976 for 11 AN/APR-39D(V)2 test assets. Northrop Grumman received $33,017,449 to design and build operational test program sets in support of the P-8A AN/ALQ 240 electronic repair depot standup at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane. Northrop Grumman received $52,298,661 for tasks, personnel, facilities, aircraft subsystems and equipment for the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) E-11A at Kandahar AB, Afghanistan and Wichita, KS.

PLEXSYS Interface Products received $8,254,297 for continued AWACS MTC Block 30/35 CTSS on contractor-owned equipment until the trainers are replaced by Block 40/45 Mission Crew Training Systems.

Raytheon received $36,789,509 for second generation forward looking infrared (2GF) hardware and support to preserve the Army's 2GF sensor industrial base. One bid was solicited, one received.

Rockwell Collins received $8,022,845 for AN/ARC-210(V) radios and equipment for a variety of aircraft. Rockwell Collins/ESA Vision Systems received $14,666,736 for spare parts for the A/24A-56 (JHMCS). This is a sole-source acquisition. A portion is FMS to Canada, Chile, Pakistan, Portugal, Thailand and Iraq.

Rolls Royce received $182,658,644 for C-130J propulsions sustainment, including logistics, program management, engineering services, spares, and technical data.

SelectTech Services Corp. received $7,680,250 for engineering technical support (preventive and remedial maintenance, inspection, modification, overhaul, fabrication, repair, calibration, certification and transport of experimental/test equipment, and laboratory instrumentation) necessary to perform maintenance and fabrication of experimental processing and test equipment at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Sikorsky received $14,352,600 for helicopter bearing assembly spindles. This is a sole-source acquisition. Sikorsky received $549,905,199 for eighteen MH-60S helicopters and nineteen MH-60R helicopters, including engineering, program management, advanced procurement funding and other logistics.

Textron (Bell Helicopter) received $13,495,182 for repair/overhaul of five high priority items for UH-1Y and AH-1Z helicopters. Textron received $18,556,810 for logistics support for Bell 407, Huey, Jet Ranger, and OH-58 helicopters. Work will be performed in Al Taji, Iraq and Piney Flats, TN.

The Entwistle Co. received $10,981,190 to repair 318 trough covers that support the Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment Program (ALREP). This was not a full and open competition, per FAR 6.302-1.

Thomas Instrument received $48,702,626 for aircraft winches. This is a sole-source acquisition. 

TTT-Cubed received $26,983,588 for services for the development, integration, and operational support of countermeasure and emitter threat simulator systems for the Airborne Threat Simulation (ATS) Organization.


BAE Systems received $13,895,899 to update and improve the USS Wasp’s (LHD 1) military and technical capabilities. BAE Systems received $37,439,506 for USS Chung Hoon (DDG 93) dry-docking, including maintenance and modernization efforts. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc. (BPMI) received $593,104,854 for naval nuclear propulsion components.

BriarTek Inc. received $8,070,975 for supplies and services to help install the Man Overboard Indicator (MOBI) on various ships. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Cortana Corp. received $7,760,214 for R&D on sensors/systems in support of the Advanced Sensor Application Program and the Remote Environmental Sensor Program. 

Detyens Shipyards, Inc. received $9,654,055 for overhaul and dry-docking of fleet replenishment oiler USNS Leroy Grumman (T-AO 195). Work includes port main engine clutch and coupling overhaul; antenna cleaning, inspecting and refurbishing; helicopter deck sprinkler and hose reel piping renewal; fall blocks and fairlead sheaves; hull painting and cleaning; and flight deck non-skid renewal.

General Dynamics received $7,475,361 for USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) maintenance. General Dynamics received $15,000,000 for non-nuclear submarine repair work on Groton-based subs under the New England Maintenance Manpower Initiative (NEMMI). General Dynamics received $15,035,596 for tube and hull material for the Ohio Class Replacement Program for the U.S. (50 percent) and the UK (50 percent). General Dynamics received $29,848,059 for engineering and technical design services to support R&D of advanced submarine technologies.

Goodrich Corp. received $7,598,764 for engineering design services and fabrication of a full scale prototype submarine rotor component under the Hybrid Demonstration program for DARPA.

Huntington Ingalls received $8,163,923 and $9,800,000 for repair parts for USS Gerald Ford (CVN 78).

Lockheed Martin received $13,188,967 for training and crew familiarization; availability advanced planning; long lead time material; warehousing; logistics; and class sustainment management LCS-1 and LCS-3. Lockheed Martin received $8,863,977 for Technical Insertion 14 (TI-14) Integrated Submarine Imaging Systems (ISIS) and spares. The ISIS provides mission critical, all weather, visual, and electronic search, digital image management, indication, warning, and platform architecture interface capabilities.

Raytheon received $25,485,600 for engineering on the DDG 1000, including engineering, integration, production, and training and life cycle support.

Systems Engineering Support Co. received $18,626,453 for Navigation Sensor System Interface (NAVSSI) hardware. Micro USA Inc. received $17,622,114 for NAVSSI hardware.

Vigor Marine received $6,655,679 for engine overhaul, gyro replacement, diesel generator overhaul, hull cleaning and painting for USNS Yukon (T-AO 202). 

Vigor Shipyards received $33,077,000 for repair and alteration of the USS Momsen (DDG 82).


AM General, LLC received $48,000,000 for HMMWV parts. This is a sole-source acquisition. 

Bluewater Defense Inc. (San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico) received $108,083,360 for permethrin uniform trousers. Bronze Star Apparel Group, Inc. received $11,111,611 for various Navy working uniforms.

Boeing received $7,131,719 for Combat Survivor Evader Locator (CSEL) logistics.

Design West Technologies, Inc. received $21,554,266 for 14 suspension lock-out kits and spare parts for the M119 Howitzer.

Garrett Container Systems received $19,541,184 for nine pieces of equipment that security forces use on a daily basis, including concealable body armor, Safariland 6005 SLS M-9 Berretta leg holster, nickel plated steel handcuffs, 21-inch expandable baton, mini-flashlights with holder, and whistle. 

General Dynamics received $72,690,235 for twelve M1A2 System Enhanced Package v2 tanks. One bid solicited, one received. General Dynamics received $48,000,000 to “continue the existing project manager for training devices live training transformation product line until the next consolidated product line management award.” General Dynamics received $25,960,947 to develop and produce 468 Seat Survivability Upgrade (SSU) Kits for MRAP vehicles.

Heckler & Koch received $19,647,426 for 12,400 M320/M320A1 grenade launchers. One bid was solicited with one received.

Kalmar RT received $8,211,055 for diesel engines, transmissions, parts and assemblies. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Robin Industries, Inc. received $10,694,880 for vehicle track shoe assemblies.

Ultimate Training Munitions Inc. received $11,250,000 for the close combat mission capability kit for the M4/M16 and M249.


Alutiiq received $6,989,861 for Redstone Information Technology Services to maintain operational continuity until the selection board has evaluated contractor proposals.

Arcadis Inc.; Nova Consulting Inc.; CH2M Hill Inc. and Black & Veatch Inc. received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering services for the Washington Aqueduct.

Baker-AECOM JV received $60,000,000 for architect-engineer services for USCENTCOM. Stanley Consultants, Inc. received $60,000,000 for architect-engineer services for USCENTCOM. These are FMS contracts involving unnamed countries.

C.E.C. Inc. received $7,391,803 for work in and around the Lake Pontchartrain Bayou Bienvenue Swing Bridge.

Eisenbraun & Associates received $9,000,000 for a nationwide survey and mapping of shallow water habitat, floodplain changes and vegetation cover.

Four Thirteen Inc.; Blackhawk Milcon LLC; Altec Inc.; PentaCon LLC; American Contractor & Technology Inc.; Abba Construction Inc.; Jireh Group LLC; LeeTex Construction LLC; Heritage Constructors Inc.; JAM-MAP JV; and Bering Straits Technical Services, LLC received $48,000,000 for construction and rehab of Red River Army Depot (RRAD) property.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $28,355,304 for deepening the main channel of the Delaware River.

Martinex Construction, Inc. received $19,244,014 for dredging three-to-six million cubic yards of material from the Savannah and Brunswick inner harbor.

Metals USA, I-Solutions Group received $99,253,923 for metal items.

Nakuuruq Solutions received $21,000,000 for machining, welding, fabrication & painting at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Bering Straits Technical Services (BSTS) received $6,778,700 to demolish, repair, and construct a variety of paving structures and drainage devices at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Pond & Co. and Corrpro Companies, Inc. received $9,999,900 for cathodic protection and corrosion controls.

Tetra Tech/Pond JV received $9,500,000 for architectural and engineering services primarily within the Great Lakes and Ohio River boundaries. One bid was solicited with one received.

Wright & Wright Machinery Company received $776,000,000 for construction equipment.

Zyscovich, Inc.; Reynolds, Smith & Hills; and Schenkel & Shultz, Inc. received $10,000,000 for architectural/engineering to support DOD elementary and secondary schools within the U.S., overseas territories, Europe, Cuba, Japan, and South Korea.


AMEC Environment & Infrastructure; CH2M Hill Inc.; AECOM Technical Services; EA Engineering, Science & Technology Inc.; Earth Resources Technology; J. M. Waller Associates; SAIC; Tec-Weston JV; Tetra Tech, Inc. and URS Group Inc. received a collective $243,000,000 for environmental engineering support.

BOH Environmental LLC received $250,000,000 for containers and container parts. This is a sole-source acquisition. 

CDM Constructors Inc. received $77,476,628 to design and build a ‘Class A’ wastewater treatment plant at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM).

CH2M HILL Constructors received $44,240,000 for design and construction of NAVSEA Headquarters Recovery Restoration at Naval Support Activity Washington (NSAW).

Kemron Environmental Services; Inc.; Sovereign Consulting, Inc.; Bhate Environmental Associates, Inc.; North Wind, Inc.; Zapata, Inc.; and PPM Consultants received $25,000,000 for environmental remediation at contaminated sites located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast [SC (40 percent); TX (30 percent); MS (10 percent); AL (5 percent); GA (5 percent), LA (5 percent), elsewhere (5 percent)].

Mississippi Limestone Corp. received $8,751,228 for casting 94,640 squares of articulated concrete mattress, providing all necessary supplies, labor, and transportation to complete the project.  

Weeks Marine received $10,592,500 firm for beach restoration of NASA Wallops Island.

Wolverine Services LLC received $6,769,722 for facility maintenance and repair.


Accenture Federal Service received $7,523,792 for general fund enterprise business system onsite support and change requests.

American Water Operations & Maintenance Inc. received $288,021,970 to own and operate the water distribution system and wastewater collection system at Hill AFB.

Booze Allen Hamilton received $16,080,397 for engineering and technical assistance on the integrated personnel and pay system [PDF].

CoSTAR Services, Inc. received $9,865,087 for regional base operations support services at NAS Jacksonville, Naval Station Mayport, NOSC Atlanta, NOSC Augusta, GA, NOSC Columbus, GA, NOSC Bessemer, AL, NOSC Greenville, SC, NOSC Miami, NOSC Tallahassee, NOSC West Palm Beach, FL and MCRC Jacksonville, FL. Services may include facility investment, custodial, pest control, integrated solid waste management, and grounds maintenance and landscaping. 

EJB Facilities Services received $7,261,421 for base operations support at various installations in the NAVFAC Northwest. Work may include management/admin, visual services, security, housing, facilities support, pavement clearance, utilities, vehicle and equipment work, and environmental services.

Five Stones Research Corp. received $43,653,541 for HQ and directorate support services for the ATEC, Redstone Test Center.

General PAE Applied Technologies received $28,070,424 for base operations support at Keesler AFB.

Jacobs & HDR JV received $60,000,000 for analysis of DOD infrastructure for various locations throughout NAVFAC worldwide. Work supports Navy’s Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization.

IBM received $19,905,753 for services supporting Army General Fund Audit Readiness. KPMG LLP received $10,730,426 and $36,243,243 for all necessary management services, personnel and documentation required to support DLA’s financial audit. St. Michaels Inc. received $10,490,323 to support management services, personnel and documentation required to support DLA’s financial audit.

Trax International received $44,113,856 for test support at Yuma Proving Ground.

Wolf Creek Federal Services Inc. received $12,960,577 for housing operations and maintenance services at Naval Base Guam and Andersen AFB in Santa Rita, Guam (60 percent) and Yigo, Guam (40 percent).


Coast Citrus Distributors received $35,158,808 for fresh fruit and vegetables. Valley Fruit & Produce received $14,691,191 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

Employment Source Inc. received $15,755,197 for dining facility attendant services at Ft. Bragg.

The Merchants Co. received $12,316,254 for food and beverages. This is a sole-source acquisition. Thermo PAC LLC received $20,428,312 for food. This contract is a sole-source acquisition. US Foods International received $42,226,006 for food distribution. US Foods Inc. received $7,232,994 for food distribution. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Avfuel Corp. received $7,417,557 and $6,985,104 for jet fuel. Freeman Holdings of California received $28,455,164 for jet fuel. Lancair Corporation received $15,635,562 for jet fuel. This is a sole source acquisition. McClellan Jet Services received $37,307,380 for jet fuel. Signature Flight Support Corp. received $10,936,934 for jet fuel.

Intercomp Co. received $60,000,000 for various weight set commercial scales.

Isometrics, Inc. received $7,100,835 for design/production of A/S32 R-11 fuel trucks. 

Middle Atlantic Wholesale Lumber, R.D. Buie Enterprises Inc., S & S Forest Products, and Sylvan Forest Products Inc. each received $51,294,723 for wood products.

Safety Kleen received $12,930,214 for re-refined motor oil program parts.

Transport Systems & Products Inc. received $7,366,373 for self-propelled modular transport equipment manufactured by Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik GmbH in support of the moored training ship conversion project at Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Work will be performed in Pfedelbach, Germany. This contract was not competitively procured.


ABM Government Services LLC received $45,000,000 for operation, maintenance, repair, and minor construction of medical research and materiel command laboratory facilities.

Brit Systems received $20,297,132 for digital imaging network-picture archive communication system.

Dispensers Optical Service Corp. received $17,006,713 for optical lenses. Randolph Engineering received $33,381,996 for optical frames and accessories.

Caduceus received $19,751,538 to provide San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) with 35 certified registered nurse anesthetists.

Esaote North America, Inc. received $7,500,000 for radiology systems, subsystems, accessories, services, manual, and repair parts. Pacsgear, Inc. received $30,000,000 for radiology systems, subsystems, accessories, service, manual, and repair/spare parts. Toshiba America Medical Systems received $187,732,814 for radiology systems, subsystems and components. Vital Images Inc. received $10,017,588 for radiology systems, subsystems and components.

General Electric received $43,200,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, spare parts, and training.

MIL-Base Industries received $10,000,000 and Voto Manufacturing Sales Company received $10,000,000 for multiple leg slings.

Panakela LLC received $22,988,000 for oxygen system and related accessories.  


Patriot Contract Services LLC received $7,236,660 for operation and maintenance of four large, medium-speed, roll-on/roll-off ships worldwide for MSC.

Pontaris, LLC received $85,611,925 for trucking cargo throughout Afghanistan.

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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.

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