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

DOD spent $32,625,578,305+ on 181 individual contracts in February 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 $32,625,578,305 on 181 individual contracts during February 2014.


Cray Inc. received $21,800,000 for high performance computing systems to conduct complex, large-scale scientific calculations at the AFRL’s DOD Supercomputing Resource Center. Cray Inc. received another $21,800,000 for high performance computing systems to conduct complex, large-scale scientific calculations at the U.S. Navy’s DOD Supercomputing Resource Center at the John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC).

Infoscitex Corp. and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. received $60,100,000 to provide the 711th Human Performance Wing (HPW)/RHC with R&D to increase “warfighter lethality and enhance combat survivability while reducing information processing demands through revolutionary human interface technology.” The 711th HPW/RHC’s technological priorities are: control of unmanned aircraft; decision making and autonomy; multi-sensory technologies; conceptual design and demonstration of advanced information operations workstations; advanced visualizations, technology and human cognitive modeling. These technologies will be used on: battlespace visualization, planning and assessment tools; find, fix, track, target, engage and assess and seamless decision support.

Lincoln Public Schools received $12,016,371 for education services, grades pre-K through eighth servicing children of DOD personnel residing on Hanscom AFB. Caesar Rodney School District received $8,191,180 to provide DOD personnel residing on Dover AFB with education services, grades K-12.

Northern Arizona University (NAU) received $6,988,284 for the characterization of antibody responses to melioidosis in humans/animal models for DTRA in support of Research & Development Enterprise.

Oregon Iron Works, Inc. received $17,500,290 for test article refurbishment and purchase of long lead items and LRIP units of USSOCOM’s Combatant Craft Medium Mark One (CCM Mk1). The IDIQ ceiling remains $400,000,000.

Raptor Training Services received $97,800,000 for Special Operations Forces requirements analysis, prototyping, training, operations and rehearsal and for operations and maintenance training support.

Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. (NASC) received $12,500,411 for developing a Biometric Identity Approval Sentinel, which produces technology to rapidly process individuals for threat detection and biometric matching. Northrop Grumman received $15,904,914 to support program management office biometric enabling capabilities for the continuation of development, maintenance and sustainment of the DOD Automated Biometric Identification System.

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

Action Manufacturing Co. received $83,200,000 to provide the UK with approximately 1,100,000 M739A1 point detonating/delay artillery fuses and 100,000 safe and arm module assemblies for the 155mm M825A1 white phosphorous projectile.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc. received $12,566,969 to procure 114 Hawk rocket motors for Jordan and 186 for Egypt.

Alliant TechSystems Operations, LLC received $8,021,810 for Common Munition Built-in-Test (BIT) Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE) system components. 80 percent is unclassified FMS to Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, India, Israel, South Korea, Netherlands, Oman, Poland, Singapore, and Turkey.

Boeing received $51,233,782 for integration of additional weapons, integration of ARC-210 RT 1990 Gen 5 radios, and integration of Honeycomb structure to the F-15SA for Saudi Arabia’s Air Force.

COLSA Corp. received $55,705,947 and Oasis Systems LLC received $55,705,947 for technical and acquisition management support services (additional diverse non-engineering, technical and acquisition management support) at Eglin AFB. This involves unclassified FMS to Australia, Belgium, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, Germany, Greece, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, and the UAE.

General Dynamics received $15,978,977 for missile tube long-lead-time material in support of the Ohio Class Replacement Program. 67 percent is UK FMS.

HELLFIRE SYSTEMS LLC (a Boeing/Lockheed Martin JV) received $157,362,903 to provide Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Indonesia with Hellfire II missile production requirements.

KSI LLC received $623,300,000 for operating support, life support and security at Balad Air Base, Iraq. This is a sole-source acquisition. KSI LLC received $215,000,000 for renovation/reconstruction of facilities at Balad Air Base, Iraq, in support of the upcoming arrival of F-16 aircraft in September 2014.

L-3 Communications received $6,530,626 for maintenance and logistics in support of the KC-130J aircraft for Kuwait at Al Mubarak Airbase.

L-3 Communications received $17,919,946 to supply SATCOM Terminals, Test & Monitor Sub-Systems, Satellite Earth Terminal Sub-Systems (SETTS) Site Monitor and Radomes to the UK and France (67 percent unclassified FMS) and the U.S. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $9,515,086 for F-35 LRIP Lot VI, which provides Netherlands-specific, non-recurring sustainment activities to include procurement of Autonomic Logistics Information Systems (ALIS) equipment and some engineering logistics support. Work will be performed in five U.S. states (CA, FL, TX, MD and NH – 80 percent) and Warton, UK (20 percent).

Raytheon received $16,286,396 to provide Saudi Arabia with 25 modified improved target acquisition systems (ITAS).

Raytheon received $655,413,297 to provide Kuwait with two PATRIOT fire units and associated initial spares. One bid was solicited with one received.


General Atomics received $117,286,467 for the MQ-9 Accelerated Extended Range effort which will field 38 MQ-9 Extended Range aircraft. This is a sole-source acquisition. General Atomics received $16,595,766 for Lead-off Hitter AFSOC MQ-9 Software Line which will provide MQ-9 software engineering support for the AFSOC fleet of MQ-9.

General Atomics received $76,215,685 to change the Gray Eagle Portable Ground Control Station to a mobile ground control station. General Atomics received $18,109,374 for changes to the Universal Ground Control Station.

Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. (NASC) received $44,695,815 for improving sensor and platform capabilities, expansion to additional detachments and sustainment of current detachments in support of the Copperhead UAS, specifically Tigershark UAV. This includes continued improvement of the Tigershark airframes, incorporation of improved sensors, and integration of improved C2 systems to Copperhead platforms. Work will be in Afghanistan (50 percent); Patuxent River, MD (25 percent); and Yuma, AZ (25 percent). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

Raytheon received $98,189,220 for surveillance system spare parts. This is a sole-source acquisition.


APRO International, Inc. ($38,306,747); Goldbelt Falcon LLC ($45,565,135); Science & Management Resources, Inc. ($49,261,610); United Paradyne Corp. ($40,769,565); and Y-Tech Services, Inc. ($46,782,310) will provide all goods and services necessary to perform the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratories (PMEL) services as defined in the Performance Work Statement for ACC (at Barksdale AFB, Beale AFB, Cannon AFB, Dyess AFB, Ellsworth AFB, Minot AFB, Moody AFB, Offutt AFB, RAF Feltwell and Whiteman AFB).

Battlespace Flight Services received $8,649,020 and $7,168,732 for aircraft maintenance management; aerospace ground equipment/maintenance; supply support; C4ISR systems; quality control; and ancillary programs to sustain combat and training capability.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $351,009,568 for V-22 Joint Performance Based Logistics support. Rolls-Royce received $8,021,387 for eleven low power CV-22 repairs under the Mission Care™ contract.

Boeing received $2,070,439,240 for sixteen P-8A Lot I aircraft and 16 Ancillary Mission Equipment kits. Boeing received $21,697,098 for instructional system design courseware and training support for the P-8A program. Raytheon received $9,522,446 for the full design, manufacture, and installation of test equipment, associated testing, and training to standup a depot maintenance facility to support the AN/APY-10 Radar. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Boeing received $42,179,054 for aircraft armament equipment for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft, including jumper bundles, pylons, and bomb racks. Boeing received $22,401,663 for supplies and services to support follow-on test and evaluation of the F/-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft. Boeing received $18,977,907 for major structural repair and maintenance equipment for the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G.

EADS-NA received $22,856,085 for four UH-72A Lakota helicopters with engine inlet barrier filters and ARC-231 radios.

General Electric received $12,756,275 for 10,826 turbine rotor blades. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $12,190,077 for HC/MC-130J spare parts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $16,814,091 to procure retrofit kits that will provide material of greater durability for the actuated doors on the bottom of the F-22.

Lockheed Martin received $30,814,317 for receiver transmitters. This is a sole-source acquisition. Lockheed Martin received $16,584,869 for turret assemblies. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $14,304,303 for H-53 and V-22 repair parts. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $9,430,218 to repair five assemblies on the F/A-18’s Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) system. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Rockwell Collins received $12,235,755 for various items in support of the joint helmet mounted cueing system (JHMCS) in Texas, Oregon, and Israel. Some FMS is included. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Rolls-Royce received $54,305,623 to repair engines, propellers and other propulsion components on fifty KC-130 aircraft for the USA (47 units at $50,163,909; 92 percent) and Kuwait (3 units at $4,141,714; 8 percent). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Sikorsky received $10,906,165 for security and integrated logistics in support of the “VH assistant program manager for logistics” for the VH-3D and VH-60N presidential helicopters.

Snap-On received $37,718,703 for aviation maintenance tool kits.

SRCTec Inc. received $7,222,543 for spare parts for the “ground based dense and avoid lightweight surveillance and target acquisition radar.” One bid solicited, one received.

Zodiac Aerospace received $7,029,909 for aircraft recorders and cartridges.


Raytheon received $35,545,309 for three AN/AQS-20A sonar [PDF] sets and ancillary equipment, which will be deployed from the LCS as part of the Mine Countermeasures Mission Package. Work will be performed at 14 locations in 12 states. Lockheed Martin received $23,555,382 for fleet maintenance sustainment on LCS. Lockheed Martin received $10,798,739 for planning and implementation of deferred design changes to the USS Milwaukee (LCS 5) that were identified during construction. Austal USA received $7,120,153 for post-delivery support for the USS Jackson (LCS 6). Austal USA will plan and implement deferred design changes identified during the construction period.

Airborne Systems Ltd. (Bridgend, UK) received $17,976,844 for MK 59 Mod 0 Decoy Launch System (DLS) components. The MK 59 DLS, a deck-mounted system, launches inflatable radar decoy cartridges to confuse anti-ship missiles’ hostile tracking/homing by simulating the ship’s radar cross section.

BAE Systems received $15,222,617 for long lead time materials to manufacture Virginia Class submarine “propulsors” for SSN 792 and SSN 793. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

BAE Systems received $19,227,000 for hardware/engineering services (mounts for the magazine upper pallet hoist, gun cooling assembly, centerline hoist) on the Advanced Gun System (AGS).

BAE Systems received $56,967,490 for planning/executing depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve USS Monterey’s (CG 61) military and technical capabilities.

Data Link Solutions LLC received $24,996,802 for Multi-functional Information Distribution System (MIDS) on Ship (MOS) Modernization (MOS MOD). This covers development, fabrication, integration, testing and delivery of MOS MOD systems, which will be developed to support both the MIDS Joint Tactical Radio System (MIDS JTRS) and the MIDS low volume terminal four for shipboard applications.

Engility Corp. received $39,969,545 for electronic warfare weapons systems modifications on EA-6B, EA-18G, E-2C, MH-60R, BAMS, P-8A aircraft, Unmanned Air Systems, flight simulators, training systems, other advanced electronic attack derivatives/initiatives for the U.S. Navy ($37,971,068; 95 percent) and Australia ($1,998,477; 5 percent).

General Dynamics received $19,898,974 for engineering/technical design services to support advanced submarine technology R&D. The program also supports near term insertion of Virginia class technology; identification of Ohio class replacement technology options; future sub concepts; and core technologies.

General Dynamics received $36,137,340 to provide Nuclear Regional Maintenance Department (NRMD) tasks in support of operational nuclear submarines at New London, CT. This requires intermediate-level nuclear submarine maintenance, modernization, and repairs in support of operational nuclear submarines, including maintaining and modernizing facilities and equipment.

General Dynamics received $520,000,000 for long lead time material (steam and electric plant components, propulsion and turbine generator; steel and hull) for SSN 794, SSN 795, SSN 796 and SSN 797. Work will be performed at 14 locations in 11 states (CA, PA, NJ, CT, VA, AZ, NY, NH, WI, IL, MA – 88 percent) plus various sites of less than one percent throughout the U.S. (12 percent). This was sole source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Harris Corp. received $11,164,184 for Commercial Broadband Satellite Program Force Level Variant (CBSP FLV) terminal systems, which are deployed on CVN, LPD-17 class and T-AH ships. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Honeywell International received $8,642,970 for inertial navigation units for the Navy. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Seaward Services Inc. received $26,654,889 for vessels, supplies, equipment and services in support of the South Florida Ocean Measurement Facility (SFOMF) needed to operate and maintain the facility: data acquisition systems, offshore test range(s), underwater systems, boats, vehicles, and associated material and weight handling equipment used for testing.

York International Corp. received $11,100,082 for engineering/technical support to provide R&D, testing and evaluation for shipboard air conditioning and refrigeration modernization. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.


ATK received $10,700,000 for 60mm high explosive enhanced fragmentation M1061 cartridges. One bid solicited, one received. FN Manufacturing received $7,620,000 for cartridge receivers for the MK19 grenade launcher. Manufacturing Support Industries (MSI) and OG Technologies Inc. received $7,612,000 for M4 carbine ambidextrous fire control selector assemblies, which will be combined with other weapon components to form a single modification kit to convert M4 to M4A1.

Avox Systems Inc. received $19,011,985 for breathing apparatus.

BAE Systems received $79,972,510 for improved outer tactical vests and individual repair kits. M&M Manufacturing, LLC (Lajas, Puerto Rico) received $7,039,102 for rip-stop ABU coats, trousers, maternity coats and slacks. Protective Products Enterprises Inc. received $76,661,994 for outer tactical vests and components. Racoe, Inc. received $8,709,452 for MCCUU trousers. Tennier Industries received $15,709,270 for extreme cold wet weather trousers. Tullahoma Industries Inc. received $9,201,000 for universal camouflage pattern jackets.

Gentex Corporation received $14,580,000 for advanced combat helmets. ReadyMat US received $9,000,000 for foldable fiberglass mats.

Lockheed Martin received $8,049,493 for contractual support including Technical/Engineering/Logistics Support Data, Reliability & Maintainability Program, field service, logistics support, ground maintenance system administrator reps, contractor maintenance teams, tech manual contract requirements, and aircrew teachback training courses.

Armag Corp. received $49,971,770 for munitions/weapon storage facilities: pre-fabricated deployable standard steel armories, FOB armories, portable steel magazines, earth covered magazines, watertight magazines and associated options. American Ordnance LLC received $7,547,742 for care, maintenance and surveillance of field service stocks and packaging, crating and handling of field service stocks at Milan Army Ammunition Plant. One bid was solicited with one received.


A-T Solutions received $23,538,703 and Engility received $24,882,608 for engineering/technical support at the Indian Head EOD Technology Division. These corporations will support engineering/technical analysis, development of programs and IED defeat technology.

Eastern Research Group; Martin-Baker Aircraft Co., United Kingdom; Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials; General Dynamics; Hi-Shear Technology Corp.; Nammo Talley; and Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Co. received up to $232,897,406 for development, product improvement, prototyping, qualification and production support. Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials; SAIC; Martin-Baker Aircraft Co., United Kingdom; Nammo Talley; and General Dynamics received up to $66,256,118 for quality evaluation/surveillance program support. NSWC Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division is the contracting activity. 

Sierra Nevada Corp. and Northrop Grumman each received $90,000,000 for the counter radio-controlled IED electronic warfare MEU Special Operation capable (CREW MEU SOC) dismounted systems.

Survice Engineering Co., LLC received $9,000,000 to develop test and evaluation documentation, blast analysis, lethality strategies, assessment plans, detailed test plans, and training programs to support R&D, procurement, and sustainment activities for Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center, Ground System Survivability, Joint Program Office, MRAP, and Program Manager Family of Special Operations Vehicles.


Aaski Technology Inc.; Nexagen Networks Inc.; Linquest Corp.; Systems Technologies Inc.; received $497,000,000 for technical admin operations in the development and integration of C4ISR.

Booz Allen Hamilton; Dynamics Research Corp.; D&S Consultants; EOIR Technologies Inc. and SAIC received $9,990,000 to support the Systems Engineering Directorate, Picatinny Arsenal, for R&D of engineering integration systems.

CACI, Inc. received $10,803,390 for on-site operational support to the mission systems of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense-Comptroller (USD-C) in areas relating to system maintenance, system conversion and migration, report generation and documentation, training and guidance on the Comptroller Mission Systems as well as service desk and network operations.

Exelis Systems received $38,299,490 for launch and test range system support to the Eastern Range and Western Range: range sustainment, external user support, projects and engineering services.

Lockheed Martin received $14,430,612 for GPS III long lead material for space vehicles 07 and 08. Lockheed Martin received $10,185,912 for Joint Air-to-Surface Strategic Missile anti-jam GPS receiver - Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module Version 3 (JAGR-S V3) for development of the JAGR-S V3 and options for V3 Qualification Failure Review Board (FRB), V3 Flight Test FRB, and for the Transit Case Assembly. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $16,421,355 for Global Broadcast Service (GBS) Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DEC C) Software Sustainment and GBS Operations Center (GBSOC) Operations. This will add software sustainment to maintain the GBS DECC software baseline and provide 24/7/365 personnel to staff the GBSOC.

Lockheed Martin received $25,162,654 to develop, fabricate, test and deliver a 60 kilowatt spectrally-combined high power fiber laser to support High Energy Laser Mobile Demonstrator operation on test ranges and other outdoor locations. One bid was solicited with one received.

Northrop Grumman received $12,430,650 for Spectrum Monitoring Subsystem to be installed at U.S. Army Remote Monitor Control Equipment locations. One bid was solicited and one received.

Plateau Software, Inc. received $9,000,000 for support/maintenance of existing IT systems that support the Environmental Protection and Sustainment program. One bid was solicited and one received.

Truestone received $6,685,148 for reverse engineering, limited prototyping for exploitation, test and evaluation, and target validation related to a wide range of technologies managed in the Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate, Technical Characterization and Exploitation Branch, Cyber Offensive Operations Division.


BAE Systems received $7,918,125 for AN/AAR-57(V) Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) and spare parts and systems engineering, technical, and logistics support services for both CMWS and OT-255/ALQ-212(V) Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures.

Boeing received $49,816,500 for 3,500 Precision Laser Guidance Set (PLGS) units and 5,000 kits to convert the PLGS units from the DSU-38/B configuration to the DSU-38A/B.

Raytheon received $20,000,000 to support requirements associated with AMRAAM Aircraft Integration, aircraft operational testing related activities and flight test support. The primary objective is to provide necessary aircraft lab, flight test, flight clearance and simulation support during all aircraft integration efforts. Additionally, it covers efforts to maintain or repair assets/equipment needed for direct support to aircraft integration related efforts. This includes all troubleshooting, failure analysis and activities to understand anomalies/failures that occur during aircraft or AMRAAM missile OT related activities. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $6,651,471 for services for the improved target acquisition system for the TOW.


Ameresco, Inc. and Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc. received $7,000,000,000 for biomass technology. Ameresco, Inc.; M. Arthur Gensler, Jr. & Assoc.; and Infigen Energy US Development LLC received $7,000,000,000 for wind technology. Ameresco, Inc.; Chevron Energy Solutions Co.; Constellation NewEnergy, Inc.; Distributed Sun, LLC; Energy Ventures, LLC; First Solar Development, Inc.; FLS Energy; Linc Government Services; RE Independence Co. LLC; Sun Edison Government Solutions, LLC; Sun Edison LLC; SunWize Technologies, Inc.; TransGen Energy, Inc.; Victory Renewables, LLC; and EDF Renewable Energy received $7,000,000,000 for solar technology.

Avfuel Corp. received $12,058,113 for fuel. Imperial Flying Service received $15,613,492 for jet fuel. Petro Star Inc. received $7,939,809 for fuel. Willbros Government Services LLC received $9,379,740 for fuels management services.

EnerSys Energy Products Inc. received $40,263,852 for storage batteries. Exide Technologies received $18,546,992 for storage batteries.

Fidelity Technologies Corporation received $84,400,000 for power distribution illumination system electrical units.

Honeywell International received $9,943,752 for fifty-eight (estimated) gas turbine engines to support the Aviation Ground Power Unit reset at Letterkenny Army Depot.

NRG Energy, Inc.; Chevron; Solarstar California XV, LLC; Sun Edison LLC; and SunDurance Energy, LLC  received a collective $25,000,000 for renewable electrical power at installations in NAVFAC Southwest.


Allan C. Bamforth JR Engineer Surveyor received $15,000,000 for civil design and engineering services in the NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, including design of a water treatment plant at MCAS Cherry Point.

Allen & Shariff received $8,895,680 for the repair of chillers and air handlers, installation of ventilation in corridors, installation of an elevator in building 15, and other construction at MCB Quantico.

BAE Systems received $21,391,241 for logistical support/services consisting of maintenance, transportation and supply on the islands of Oahu and Hawaii (Schofield Barracks).

Clark Construction Enterprises, LLC received $39,482,450 for construction/installation of new drainage structures; construction of gravel access roads/ramps; installation of traffic control devices, new highway embankment/pavement and temporary water line utilities; and the permanent relocation of water line utilities, including tie-ins and connections, air release valves, and fire hydrants in New Orleans, LA.

Diversified Construction of Oklahoma received $22,500,000 for minor construction, sustainability, repairs and maintenance to the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (MCAAP), OK.

Gearhart Brothers Services received $8,629,223 to provide sand, stone and gravel to Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG).

Jacobs/Stantec received $9,500,000 for architectural/engineering services primarily within the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division boundaries. One bid was solicited with one received. Quinlivan, Pierik & Krause, Architects/Engineers received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering services primarily within New York District boundaries and Corps of Engineers locations within North Atlantic Division boundaries.

RWT, LLC received $7,404,262 to construct a new low pressure air compressor plant at Facility S1161 and install new low pressure air compressors at Building 641, Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam (JBPHH).

Sauer Inc. received $56,038,640 to build an operational readiness training complex at Ft. Hunter Liggett.

Sundt Construction Inc. received $25,750,000 to design and construct a battalion HQ complex at Ft. Campbell.

Treviicos South, Inc. received $44,261,913 for a partial-depth and partial-length seepage barrier through the upstream slope of Bolivar Dam, OH.

TW Metals received $78,768,905 for carbon steel bar and plate materials.

Walker Miller Equipment Co, Inc. received $8,421,000 for a vibratory plate compactor, compacting soil and asphalt.

Weeks Marine, Inc. received $9,570,000 for one fully crewed and equipped ‘cutterhead’ dredge, with a dredge discharge size of 30-inches inside diameter, including all attendant plant and crew.


IAP World Services Inc. received $9,190,177 for base operating support services at NAS Patuxent River, Webster Field Annex, Solomon’s Recreation Center Annex and Point Lookout, MD. Work includes labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation, and other items necessary to provide facility, refuse collection, swimming pools, wastewater, water and environmental maintenance services.

Environmental Management Inc. received $21,486,839 for facilities maintenance and heavy equipment repair services at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and other areas in eastern North Carolina.

PRIDE Industries received $13,844,609 for Department of Public Works base operations, Ft. Rucker.

NVE Inc. received $14,858,122 for janitorial services at Naval Support Activity Bethesda.


Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $12,851,147 for technical and analytical support, providing the following acquisition support: programmatic analyses; policy analyses; budget analyses; administrative technical support; facilities engineering services; business reengineering analyses; database development; internet/intranet development; software application development; legislative analyses; engineering/technical consulting support; and acquisition consulting services. Government customers include the assistant SECAF for acquisition, JSF Program Office, SAF/FML (Congressional), Air Force Program Executive Office, Aircraft & Space Launch, AFLCMC, the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and other Headquarters Air Force organizations.

Booz Allen Hamilton; Deloitte Consulting LLP; National Technologies Associates Inc.; and SAIC received an aggregate $17,665,000 for management, organizational, and business improvement services, financial and business solutions, and human resources services supporting NAVAIR Corporate Operations and Comptroller offices.

Immixtechnology, Inc. received $7,843,432 to provide Business Activity Monitoring Services to identify improper payments across various payment systems.

O.E.S., Inc. received $8,566,833 for facility maintenance/repair for warehouse/distribution support. 

QED Systems LLC received $7,443,765 for program management, engineering, logistics, business, administrative, operations, and security service support for product manager meteorological and target identification capabilities.

Steris Corp. received $27,381,687 for commercial electronic catalog.

SupplyCore received $340,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations on tailored logistics prime vendor programs.

VS2 LLC received $41,950,284 for logistics support at the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Benning including materiel maintenance, supply and transportation services.  


Dignitas Technologies received $7,685,234 for R&D in support of NAWCTSD’s Environmental Representation Data and Effects Program.

Federal Contracts Corp. received $157,500,000 for environmental equipment.

HELIX-Hon JV received $30,000,000 for architect/engineering for the preparation of Navy/USMC environmental planning documents (environmental assessments & impact statements; draft findings of no significant impacts; and draft records of decision) for infrastructure projects in the NAVFAC Southwest, which includes data collection, natural resource survey, and resource effects analysis work related to NEPA and environmental planning.

HRD Engineering received $9,500,000 for architectural and engineering civil works for the Corps of Engineers Kansas City District. HNTB Corp. received $9,500,000 for civil works and military projects throughout the Corps of Engineers and environmental projects throughout the Kansas City district of the Corps of Engineers.

Jacobs Field Services North America Inc. received $45,000,000 for remediation at the New Bedford, Massachusetts Harbor Superfund Site.

Sealaska Environmental Services received $30,794,172 for long term monitoring, operations, and maintenance environmental remediation services for facilities in the NAVFAC Northwest.

Statistical Research Inc.; Far Western Anthropological Research Group Inc.; Ultra Systems Environmental Inc.; ASM Affiliates Inc.; and Tierra Environmental Services received a collective $50,000,000 for cultural resource services at various locations within NAVFAC Southwest (99 percent) and nationwide. Work includes cultural resources studies, investigations, preparation of historic and archaeological documents, and implementation of plans in accordance with Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of 1966, as amended.

Wright & Wright Machinery Company received $87,500,000 for agricultural equipment.


Produce One Inc. received $36,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables. Sysco Seattle received $24,400,000 for food distribution in Alaska. This is a sole-source acquisition. Todd’s Quality Tomatoes received $7,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables. US Foods, Inc. received $72,000,000 for food and beverages. This is a sole-source acquisition. Vermilion Valley Produce received $12,937,595 for fresh fruit and vegetables.


Actavis Pharma received $7,692,983 for pharmaceutical products. Alcon Laboratories, Inc. received $23,485,218 for pharmaceutical products. Sagent Pharmaceuticals received $28,407,510 for pharmaceutical products. US Worldmeds LLC received $29,978,934 for pharmaceuticals.

Combat Medical Systems received $36,396,530 for medical and surgical surge, re-supply, and sustainment materials. Sklar Instruments Corp. received $41,426,795 for medical and surgical components.

Denisply Caulk received $13,098,664 for dental supplies.

Eye Safety Systems received $9,804,328 for prescription lens carriers.

Federal Staffing Resources LLC; Loyal Source Government Services; MedTrust LLC; and Rao Radiologists Inc. received a total $152,250,696 for nursing services.

Fujifilm SonoSite Inc. received $39,672,731 for radiology systems, subsystems and components. Hitachi Aloka Medical received $14,420,708 for radiology systems, subsystems, accessories, service, manual and repair parts. Omega Medical Imaging received $14,014,205 for radiology systems, subsystems and components.

GE Datex Ohmeda Inc. received $19,847,688 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables, spare and repair parts, and training.


AAR Manufacturing, Inc. received $133,024,408 for repair and production of 463L cargo pallets.

The Alliance Team (American Airlines, North American Airlines, US Airways, and World Airways) received $635,517,611 and The Patriot Team (ABX Air, JetBlue Airways, Kalitta Air, Northern Air Cargo, Omni Air International, Sky Lease I, Southern Air, United Airlines, and UPS) received $804,788,084 for international airlift services.

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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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  1. Wow, many thanks for these monthly DOD spending distillations.
    Some totals of bread winners/takers from this report (other than the $21 Billion going to biomass/wind/solar tech industries, where Ameresco is a notable standout):

    $ 2,277 Million – Boeing (not including joint ventures)
    865 Million – Raytheon
    838 Million – KSI
    +600 Million – General Dynamics
    340 Million – SupplyCore
    228 Million – General Atomics
    +200 Million – Bae Systems
    194 Million – Lockheed Martin

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