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

DOD spent$15,136,162,557+ on 265 individual contracts in July 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 $15,136,162,557 on 265 individual contracts during July 2014.

REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

Archer Western Federal JV received $30,197,000 for construction of an UAV launch & recovery complex at Ft. Bliss.

Benchmark Contracting Inc. received $10,643,419 for construction of an UAV mission complex “physical protection system” at Creech AFB.

EDO Professional Services Inc. received $24,864,130 for technical service on Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific unmanned maritime systems (for fleet mine countermeasures & force protection). Work in Manama, Bahrain (65 percent); San Diego, CA (35 percent).

GenTech Systems received $11,825,274 to develop a Gatekeeper On The Move - Biometrics (GOTM-B) prototype in support of reconnaissance and surveillance payloads, sensors, delivery systems and platforms. The GOTM-B system is an innovative, non-contact, on the move, multimodal biometric (3D Finger, Face, and Iris) identity operations and force protection capability.

Northrop Grumman received $18,000,000 for a radar modification under the Multi-Platform Radar Technology Insertion Program (MP-RTIP). Work will occur at El Segundo.

Northrop Grumman received $17,059,000 to correct radar software deficiencies in the MP-RTIP of the Global Hawk Block 40 program.

Raytheon received $18,207,740 for repairs and sustainment on the Common Sensor Payload (CSP) AN/AAS-53. This includes depot repair, analysis, program and configuration management, maintenance, and field and software support.

Remotec Inc. received $8,801,324 for repairs to the MK3 Series Remote Ordnance Neutralization Systems (RONS), and upgrade/repair of the MK3 Mod 0 to the MK3 Mod 1 System. The Mod 1 upgrade will improve robots’ serviceability and capabilities, and increase availability of spare parts. In situations where it is not economically feasible to upgrade/repair the Mod 0, the option to purchase a new RONS MK3 Mod 1 will be available. This is a sole-source procurement, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

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

B3H Corp. received $7,069,922 to provide Saudi Arabia with English language instructors and training using DLI-ELC courseware and methodology. Work will occur in Saudi Arabia, specifically King Abdul Aziz AB.

Boeing received $20,753,552 to provide Australia engineering, program management, logistics and spares for AEA-18G aircraft.

Boeing received $17,858,824 to provide France with E-3F enhancements: full Mode 5 and Mode S-FAA radar capabilities for incorporation into mission and ground system suite.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $12,481,100 to support Saudi Arabia’s Navy through: training & education; engineering; program & financial management; plans & programs; C4I; naval ops; manpower & personnel management; tech support; logistics & supply; English language training; special studies & management. Some work will be performed in Saudi Arabia (90 percent). FMS funds of $4,800,000 are initially obligated.

Cessna Aircraft received $64,493,531 to provide Afghanistan with Interim Contractor Support (ICS) and Training on 26 C-208B aircraft, six T-182T aircraft, six aircrew training devices and aircraft maintenance training. Work will be performed at Kabul International Airport, Kandahar Air Base, and Shindand Air Base, Afghanistan.

FLIR Systems, Inc. received $7,171,955 to provide Austria with seven Star Safire 380-High Definition Thermal Imaging Systems, accessories, training, and extended warranty.

General Atomics received $12,648,312 to provide the UK with MQ-9 spare parts and support equipment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Dynamics received three payments of $65,256,769 to provide Iraq with specialized training, logistics, and base life support for its M1A1 Abrams Program.

Geographic Information Services, Inc. received $29,884,815 for software maintenance, database development, engineering support, integration services, and training for FMS purchasers to use the Weapon Danger Zone Tool (PDF).

Honeywell Aerospace received $121,890,543 to provide Turkey, Australia, the UAE, and Morocco with 440 T55-GA-714A engines and 365 T55-GA-714A engine fielding kits.

Lockheed Martin received $49,915,441 to provide South Korea and Finland with Stinger M934E6 fuses (legacy), M934E7 fuses (proximity capability), warhead body assemblies (legacy), and warhead body assemblies (proximity capability).

Lockheed Martin received $11,645,964 for logistics on Iraq’s Integrated Air Defense System. This includes engineering, on-site support, logistics, tech support, preventative/corrective maintenance, engineering analysis, and recommendations for logistical and lifecycle support for the IADS and equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $28,453,514 to provide Kuwait Launcher Modification Kit Phase II Redesign for the Patriot PAC-3.

Lockheed Martin received $564,700,000 to provide India with six C-130J-30s, field service representatives and three years of post-delivery support.

Northrop Grumman received $10,844,000 to provide Afghanistan with tactical support of the Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Program Office including field engineering, field technical and reset support, logistics, training and technical manuals.

Northrop Grumman received $11,343,138 to provide Saudi Arabia with E-3 AWACS Radar Maintenance Technician Initial Skills Training program, presented under the auspices of the Security Assistance Training Program.

Oxford Construction of Pennsylvania, Inc. received $10,420,277 to construct two three-story structures for Israeli military’s recruitment center at Jalame Camp, Israel.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $15,581,037 for Javelin Life Cycle contractor support for maintenance of command launch units and training devices. This is FMS to: Australia, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Ireland, Jordan, New Zealand, Norway, Oman and Taiwan.

Raytheon received $8,527,198 to provide Australia with AMRAAM Production, Lot 27.

MEDIA & MESSAGE CONTROL

Bluewater Communications Group; Globecomm Systems; and TVC Communications LLC received $15,000,000 to provide the Defense Media Activity (DMA) with Cisco satellite decoders and HD encryption systems.

Southeastern Archaeological Research; R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates; and Panamerican Consultants, Inc. received $20,000,000 for military and civil works cultural resources compliance programs.

AFGHANISTAN

Academi received $7,384,413 for private security services at FOB Dwyer, Afghanistan.

General Atomics received $38,781,663 for continued operations, sustainment, and integration of two deployed Highlighter fixed wing aircraft. Work will be performed in San Diego, CA; Bridgewater, Virginia; and Afghanistan.

DARPA

Lockheed Martin received $200,000,000 for the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile Accelerated Acquisition program. This was a sole-source acquisition for DARPA.

Northrop Grumman received $11,895,370 for Phase 1/Option 1 of the Arrays at Commercial Timescales (ACT) program. 

USSOUTHCOM

Intelligent Decisions Inc. received $8,569,058 for IT operations and maintenance support for USSOUTHCOM’s Joint Task Force-Guantánamo Bay (JTF-GTMO).

USSOCOM

Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense received $20,777,054 for MK 165, MK 166, MK 167, MK 168, and MK 169 detonators in support of U.S. Special Operations Command.

Federal Contracting Inc. received $15,083,965 to design/build a Special Operations Forces group support battalion, and a two-company operations facility at Ft. Carson.

Watts Constructors LLC received $36,441,000 for designing and building the Special Operations Forces Battalion Operations Facility Complex at Ft. Carson.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Persistent Systems, LLC received $49,000,000 for the Program Manager for Special Programs program office for analysis and support, R&D, procurement and production, sustainment and training. One bid was solicited with one received.

Universal Technology Corp. received $100,000,000 and University of Dayton Research Institute received $100,000,000 to provide the Aerospace Systems Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory/RQ, with R&D in three core areas: propulsion research on gas turbine engines; energy, aerospace power and thermal management; and advanced propulsion.

University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) received $9,900,000 to help bridge the gaps and accelerate the initial development of selected nondestructive technology to a level of full-feasibility demonstration, to conduct studies of the applicability of selected technologies to a wide variety of potential applications, or development of new technologies to address specific needs. Work is performed primarily at Wright-Patterson AFB.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

Lockheed Martin received $278,649,002 for F-35 LRIP Lot VI. This provides non-recurring sustainment activities, to include procuring Depot Phases I-IV sustainment activities.

Lockheed Martin received $29,574,329 to update the F-35 Air System to be in compliance with informational security functional constraints.

Lockheed Martin received $6,785,176 for maintenance on Lot VII F-35 air systems in support of USMC ($6,143,467; 90.5 percent) and the Netherlands ($641,709; 9.5 percent).

AIRCRAFT

AAR Allen Services received $23,507,990 for 60-520 gas turbine power units for the Blackhawk weapon system. 

BAE Systems received $12,420,183 for 249 Mode 5 Combined Interrogator Transponder (CIT) Kits for the U.S. Navy (132), Finland (69), Australia (46) and Switzerland (2), in support of the F/A-18. This also procures 26 power-supply Shop Replaceable Assemblies for the U.S. Navy; 10 Integrated CIT systems for Finland (8) and Switzerland (2); and one lot of Production Acceptance Test Capability for the U.S. Navy. This was not competitively procured, per FAR.6.302-1. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($7,570,415; 61%); Finland ($2,874,560; 23.1%); Australia ($1,879,744; 15.1%); and Switzerland ($95,464; 0.8%).

Boeing received $6,947,488 for aircraft armament equipment; SUU-789A/A centerline pylons for the Navy (35) and Australia (RAAF) (15); and ALE-50 well covers for the U.S. Navy (11). FMS funds of $2,040,450 are initially obligated. Purchase: U.S. Navy ($4,907,038; 70 percent) and Australia ($2,040,450; 30 percent).

Boeing received $7,695,945 for additional FY2014 depot-level service life extension/remanufacturing, including maintenance support and sustainment capabilities, in support of F/A18 A-F aircraft.

Boeing received $10,111,976 for the repair of 23 B-1B Aircraft Secondary Structural Components at Dyess AFB.

Boeing received $38,199,550 for repair of various AV-8 parts. This was a non-competitive requirement, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Boeing received $44,983,385 for repairs of 214 various mission system components on the P-8A. This was a sole source requirement, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Data Link Solutions and ViaSat, Inc. received a combined $116,750,000 for systems engineering and integration for the Multifunctional Information Distribution System Low Volume Terminal (MIDS LVT) and the MIDS Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS) terminal.

Defense Support Services, LLC received $47,514,293 for organizational level maintenance with limited intermediate level maintenance in support of aircraft assigned to Naval Test Wing Pacific at Point Mugu and China Lake.

DynCorp received $101,947,764 for organizational level maintenance and logistics on all aircraft and support equipment for which Naval Test Wing Atlantic has maintenance responsibility. This includes all rotary, fixed, lighter-than-air, and unmanned aircraft on-site for project testing, transient aircraft, loaner aircraft, leased aircraft, and tested civilian aircraft assigned to NAWCAD Patuxent River, MD.

Edaptive Computing Inc. received $20,000,000 to help the Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) Program Office evaluate and analyze acquisition, logistics, and sustainment operations to optimize performance.

Engineering & Software Systems Solution (doing business as ES3) received $7,500,000 for Landing Gear Emergency Response engineering service. ES3 will provide tech support to respond to urgent requests for engineering assistance. Efforts include mishap or failure analysis, system safety evaluation, failure modes and impact criticality analysis, and short-term remediation and fleet stabilization efforts for various weapon systems.

General Electric received $68,550,240 for 16 GE38-1B engines, closure kits, tooling, and associated systems engineering and program management in support of the CH-53K.

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. received $19,802,305 for NAVAIR Engineering and Analysis Support. Georgia Tech will work to improve airborne, ground and naval electronic detection, protection and guidance devices.

Korte Construction Co. received $36,154,000 for design and construction of the P-8A Multi-Missioned Maritime Aircraft Training Facility at NAS Whidbey Island. Includes design/construction of a two-story training facility, which includes space for 8 operational flight trainers, and 6 weapons tactical trainers with associated support network and comms equipment, classrooms and administrative spaces.

L-3 Communications received $151,365,660 for maintenance and logistics on about 200 T-45 aircraft based at NAS Meridian, Kingsville, Pensacola, and Patuxent River.

L-3 Communications received $29,803,395 for maintenance and logistics on T45TS aircraft based at NAS Meridian; NAS Kingsville; and NAS Pensacola. This includes support and maintenance of the T-45 aircraft at all operational sites, numerous outlying fields, and various detachment sites.

L-3 Communications received $14,089,284 for footprint reduction/storage area network to update existing architecture for the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft. Updates reduce Tactical Operational Flight Trainer (TOFT) host/instructor operator station hardware, centralize software storage, expand software storage for future TOFT enhancements, allow for multiple software configurations, and update all analog Mission Management System (MMS) video output to digital.

L-3 Communications received $6,816,326 for the remanufacture of F-16 Traveling Wave Tubes. Work will be in San Carlos, CA.

Lockheed Martin received $8,074,584 for C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-Engine Program (RERP) Production. This provides additional funding for Over and Above legacy work associated with Lot 5 aircraft, which allows Lockheed to complete repairs related to legacy issues found during C-5 RERP aircraft modification. This is sole source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $16,948,139 for prototype hardware/software system. Lockheed will provide AFRL innovative solutions for multi-platform signal collection, processing, exploitation and dissemination for new and existing ISR platforms. Work will be performed at Littleton, CO.

Mirador Enterprises, Inc. received $8,440,000 to build a flight simulator at Ft. Carson.

Northrop Grumman received $52,444,840 for material and services to perform an Equivalent Flight Hours fatigue test to substantiate the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Aircraft service life. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $198,901,412 for design, development, and implementation of the Airborne Electronic Attack requirements for software configuration set upgrades to software/hardware on EA-6B and EA-18G for the U.S. ($179,011,271; 90 percent) and Australia ($19,890,141; 10 percent). Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Sikorsky received $7,927,579 for maintenance of aircraft operated by adversary squadrons at NAS Key West, NAS Fallon, and MCAS Yuma.

Telephonics Corp. received $13,254,403 for the Enhanced Mode S-FAA Radar, Enhanced Mode 5 Radar, and procurement of long lead material and hardware support activities. This is a sole source acquisition.

Triumph Gear System, Inc. received $9,640,283 to repair an F/A-18 gearbox accessory. This was a sole source requirement, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Vision Systems International LLC received $7,768,862 for F-15 and F-16 sustainment of the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS). This is a sole source acquisition.

OSPREY

Bell-Boeing JPO received $14,641,931 for V-22 for the U.S. Air Force and Navy. This provides research, engineering, and technical analysis of new V-22 capabilities. Work will be performed at Ridley Park, PA (55 percent) and Ft. Worth, TX(45 percent).

Bell-Boeing JPO received $69,659,650 to provide non-recurring engineering (Phase II) of the V-22 Improved Inlet Solution (IIS), including completion of preliminary and critical design reviews; installation of an IIS retrofit kit for installation on a CV-22; installation of aircraft instrumentation to support flight test analysis; flight and qualification testing of the IIS design; and removal of the instrumentation from the test aircraft following flight testing.

Robertson Fuel Systems received $14,779,950 for two mission auxiliary fuel tank systems for the MV-22.

Rolls-Royce received $29,148,390 for Mission CareTM support for the AE1107C engine, including flight hours, and lower power engine removals and repairs, for the V-22 aircraft.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $20,000,000 for support of advanced concept initiatives by the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (ABMD) Program Office to identify technology for introduction into present and future ABMD Baselines and upgrades.

Lockheed Martin received $40,662,000 for production of one multi-mission signal processor set, ballistic missile defense 4.0.2 equipment, and Aegis Weapon System upgraded equipment to support Aegis modernization capabilities. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. C. 2304(c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Rolls Royce received $9,000,000 to repair one Marine Trent 30 marine gas turbine engine for the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Freedom variant. This provides repair and overhaul of the Marine Trent 30 marine gas turbine engine, replacement of non-repairable re-assembly to the LCS configuration, and pass-off testing to validate performance. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

NAVAL CONTRACTS

Advanced Crane Technologies LLC received $31,184,365 to modernize 14 60-ton portal cranes at Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

BAE Systems received $43,245,218 for R&D activities associated with Integrated Power Systems power load modules, to be used for electromagnetic railgun pulse power containers design, and for the fabricating and testing of prototypes. K2 Energy Solutions received $81,400,000 for the fully self-contained battery intermediate energy store system required to power a large modular capacitor bank for the electromagnetic railgun. This was sole-sourced, per FAR 6.302-5.

Bechtel Plant Machinery received $39,437,949 for naval nuclear propulsion components. Work will be performed in Monroeville, PA (99 percent) and Schenectady, NY (1 percent).

Communications & Power Industries LLC received $18,841,200 for repair and remanufacture of AN/SLQ-32 output, driver and sidekick output traveling wave tubes (TWTs) to support the repair and refurbishment of Navy ships. Work in Palo Alto, CA.

General Atomics received $10,267,000 for integration and installation of the EMALS CVN-78 shipboard software and support.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $23,499,948 for early industry involvement associated with the LHA(R) Program Flight 1 (LHA 8) ship design to initiate an affordability design phase. Early industry involvement funding is awarded to U.S. shipyards that have the facilities and resources to build a large deck amphibious assault ship without major re-capitalization.

Northrop Grumman received $61,177,585 for logistics support, which includes managing the systems by furnishing repaired and new units for approximately 202 items for the WSN Ring Laser Gyro Navigation System, AN/BPS-15/16 Radar Set Weapon System, Guided Missile Destroyer Steering/Scalable Integrated Bridge System, and SPQ-9B Radar Set items. This was sole source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Safe Boats International received $34,518,536 to build four MK VI Patrol Boats.

SUBMARINES

ERAPSCO received $165,997,792 for 141,263 AN/SSQ Series sonobuoys, and 5,000 MK-84 Signal Underwater Sound devices.

General Dynamics received $20,210,437 to migrate the AN/BYG-1 Weapons Control System from a Technology Insertion (TI-14) baseline to a TI-16, integrate Advanced Processing Build (APB-13 and APB-15), and deliver this capability in multiple variants to multiple submarine platforms. Purchases: U.S. Navy (86.36 percent) and Australia (13.64 percent).

L-3 received $17,772,601 for design, development, production and test of two thin line compact towed arrays, 10 test assets, engineering service hours, and spares.

Lockheed Martin received $10,944,817 for FY2014 Acoustic Rapid Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Insertion (ARCI) Systems Production. A-RCI is a sonar system that integrates and improves towed array, hull array, sphere array, and other ship sensor processing, through rapid insertion of COTS based hardware and software. This funds development and production of the A-RCI and common acoustics processing for Technology Insertion 12 through Technology Insertion 14. Funding will purchase TI-14 Spares for 12 ships and one installation and check out kit for the Virginia Class.

Thales Defense & Security, Inc. received $13,437,584 for sonar transducers.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

AMSEC LLC; CDI Marine Co. LLC; and Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received a cumulative $96,800,000 for material kitting and technical/logistical support required for modernization of USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) and USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) under Extended Service Life Program.

BAE Systems received $15,866,612 for USS Decatur (DDG 73) FY2014 Dry-Docking Selected Restricted Availability (in San Diego, CA), which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations and modifications to update the ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $15,178,728 for USS New Orleans (LPD 18) FY2014 selected restricted availability (SRA), which includes depot-level maintenance and modifications to update and improve military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $27,625,758 for USS NITZE (DDG-94) FY2014 and 2015 docking selected restricted availability, which includes depot-level maintenance and modifications to update the ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $29,773,261 for USS San Jacinto (CG 56) FY2014 dry-docking selected restricted availability.

BAE Systems received $54,698,937 for Docking Selected Restricted Availability to include structural work and extensive repairs/maintenance on USS Gettysburg (CG-64) in Jacksonville, FL.

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $11,631,622 for a 75-calendar day regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Arctic (T-AOE 8). This was a 100% small business set-aside.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $13,759,894 for USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) FY2014 planned incremental availability (in San Diego, CA), which includes depot-level maintenance and modifications to update the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Pacific Ship Repair & Fabrication, Inc. received $9,093,866 for repair and modernization of USS Shoup (DDG 86). Work will be performed in Everett, WA.

Vigor Industrial, LLC received $16,984,940 for a 120-calendar day regular overhaul and dry-docking of USS Emory S. Land (AS 39). Work will be performed in Portland, OR.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $16,797,020 for technical support and sustainment system tech support for the Bradley.

Central Power Systems & Services received $6,540,024 for Detroit Diesel engine pistons and fuel injectors.

GTA Containers Inc. received $7,539,057 for 6,333 tarps and bows for the five-ton long wheel base vehicle.

Navistar Defense received $27,597,040 for MRAP hardware kits to upgrade MaxxPro Dash and long-wheel base ambulances.

Northrop Grumman received $18,258,765 for Integrated Air & Missile Defense S280 transition from the baseline M1085 shelter to the M1148 Load Handling System FMTV mounted S-280 shelter.

Pratt & Miller received $6,541,220 to complete the build, integration, final testing, and evaluation for the Occupant Centric Platform, Technology Enabled Capability Demonstrator test asset.

CLOTHING

Carter Industries, Inc. received $9,417,600 for improved combat vehicle crewman’s coveralls, universal camouflage pattern.

Federal Prison Industries, Inc. received $9,687,600 for physical fitness uniform t-shirts.

McRae Industries, Inc. received $14,393,768 for Army hot weather combat boots.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

ATK received $23,005,070 for a LRIP of the M829E4 120mm armor-piercing, fin-stabilized, discarding sabot, with tracer cartridge.

BAE Systems received $88,330,859 on contract (W56HZV-09-C-0550) to extend existing M109A7 and M992A3 engineering and manufacturing to incorporate LRIP test support.

Berg Manufacturing, Inc. received $22,338,771 to supply metalworking machine shop sets shelters (numbering 2 to 220) and field service representative support (as needed).

Custom Manufacturing & Engineering received $7,085,250 for power supplies for various weapons systems.

Kaman Precision Products, Inc. received $8,475,368.48 for Lot 11 Production of Joint Programmable Fuze systems. 8 percent of funds are FMS to Morocco and Singapore.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace received $43,000,000 and $10,680,000 for depot support for the CROWS.

Milpower Source received $6,716,559 for portable universal battery systems for the M119A3 Howitzer. One bid solicited, one received.

Nomad Global Communication Solutions received $14,112,833 for 2 First Article Test units and up to 73 Custom Made Shelters in support of the National Guard Bureau Consequence Management Communications Unified Command Suite (UCS) program. This includes fabrication, qualification, testing, integration and mounting of the shelters onto chassis.

Will-Burt Advanced Composites received $19,465,444 for design, fabrication and delivery of radio frequency shielded enclosures (shelters) with weatherization, and electrical and fire suppression systems to house the electronic equipment infrastructure for the Relocatable Over-The-Horizon (ROTHR) system.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Broadband Discovery Systems received $9,000,000 to build, test and assess multi-sensor stand-off person-borne IED detection systems. One bid solicited, one received.

CACI- Athena, Inc. received $12,646,545 for J-9 Operations Research Analysis (ORSA) support services. J-9 ORSA will provide rapidly deployable expertise in all aspects of counter-IED operations to support U.S. Forces.

ChemImage Bio Threat received $13,000,000 for enhancement, testing and delivery of Light Guard Mercury explosive detection systems. One bid solicited, one received.

SPACE

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $23,936,197 for Rapid Engineering Solutions for Lifecycle Support to address issues of mechanical, electronic, and electro-mechanical systems and sub-systems obsolescence and hard-to-acquire parts.

Astrium Services Government, Inc.; Harris Corp. Government Communications Systems; Space Systems/Loral, LLC; Millennium Engineering & Integration Company; Surrey Satellite Technology; Orbital Sciences Corp.; Boeing; Exoterra Resources; Lockheed Martin; Merging Excellence & Innovation Tech; ViviSat, LLC; Intelsat General Corp.; SES Government Solutions; and Eutelsat America Corp. received a cumulative $494,900,000 to provide rapid and flexible means for DOD to acquire commercial hosting capabilities for gov payloads. Procurement of hosted payload missions includes a fully-functioning on-orbit hosted payload space and ground system for government-furnished payloads on commercial platforms. In addition to the space and ground systems, the HoPS mission will also include related on-orbit support for data transfer from the hosted payload to the government end-user(s). The HoPS studies include those study activities related to enabling hosted payloads.

Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. received $12,932,500 for the Hybrid site upgrade at Vandenberg AFB Tracking Station B-Side. Hybrid aims to upgrade the remaining sides of the eight Air Force Satellite Control Network sites. Hybrid will modernize the electronics with each of the sites and integrate those electronics with the existing Antenna.

Northrop Grumman received $9,922,486 for software enhancements, testing, integration and maintenance. This helps NASIC operate and enhance the databases, tools, dynamic web-based products, and related systems/capabilities. Work will be in Beavercreek, OH.

Northrop Grumman received $300,000,000 for systems engineering, management, and sustainment (SEMS) III. Northrop Grumman will provide systems engineering, systems/program management, and sustainment services for the Air Force Weather Agency's (AFWA) enterprise information systems.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Advanced Systems Development, Inc. received $6,539,047 for information systems operations support.

ATK; Battelle Memorial Institute; Booz Allen Hamilton; Concurrent Technologies; General Dynamics; and Leidos received a collective $300,000,000 for materials and services to meet the Armament, Research, Development, and Engineering Center's mission requirements.

Alutiiq Pacific LLC received $23,221,444 and Systems Technology Forum Limited received $22,850,232 to support the Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Radio Frequency and Network Systems Support Division to provide satellite communications, radio frequency and navigation systems support.

Boeing received $6,969,157 for Radomes. This was a sole-source acquisition.

CACI received $9,423,610 for systems development support services in support of Military Sealift Command’s (MSC) Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Systems directorate. SAIC received $10,437,025 for IT ashore operations support services in support of MSC’s Command, Control, Communications & Computer Systems directorate.

Computer Sciences Corp. received $24,904,083 for IT services to support the Technology Services Organization's (TSO) requirements and its role as an enterprise business systems integrator for the Marine Corps. The TSO supports a number of business mission areas across the Marine Corps, including Dep. Commandant Program & Resources, Dep. Commandant Manpower & Reserve Affairs, and Dep. Commandant Installation & Logistics.

Exelis, Inc. received $13,143,582 for Systems Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) FY2014 system sustainment contract line number 1022 extension project: product line management, system engineering, system repairs (including emergency site visits for immediate repairs); acquisition, repair and qualification of spare parts; preventative maintenance inspections; radome maintenance, supply management, plans, roadmaps and sustainability assessments; program management reviews; reports, vendor maintenance agreements/software licenses and logistic support review brochures; requirements definition, analysis and modeling/software modeling/risk reduction; software integration lab operations/maintenance, mission assurance, configuration/data management, technical order management, proposal development, engineering studies and analysis, system performance metrics collection, and obsolescence/sustainability analysis reports. Work will be at Colorado Springs, CO.

Exelis Inc. received $49,900,000 for new and enhanced software to research, develop, enhance, deploy and support the next-generation Cross Domain Transfer Solutions. This will be accomplished by: researching new cross domain transfer solution technologies; enhance current solutions utilizing technologies from varying Technology Readiness Levels; providing authorized users the ability to securely transfer data between interconnected security domains while protecting against unauthorized access or malicious attack; by deploying and supporting solutions to meet the current and evolving intelligence needs.

Hewlett-Packard received $8,792,988 for the technical refresh of laptop and desktop computers in support of the Air Force Reserve Command mission.

InfoReliance Corporation received $8,932,350 for Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) in support of the DTRA Directorate of Information Operations (J6) at Ft. Belvoir.

Jacobs Technology, Inc. received $18,255,200 for engineering and technology acquisition support, which consists of disciplined systems/specialty engineering and technical/information assurance services, support, and products using established government and industry processes. This is a sole source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin; Jacobs Technology; SRA International; L-3; Raytheon; InfoReliance Corp.; CACI-ISS; Northrop Grumman; General Dynamics; and IBM received a cumulative $960,000,000 for Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) Application Services. This will provide services such as sustainment, migration, integration, training, help desk support, testing and operational support. Other services may include exposing data from Authoritative Data Sources to support web-services or Service Oriented Architecture constructs in Air Force enterprise environments.

Northrop Grumman received $9,240,820 to support Product Data Systems Data Management and Migration Support Program. Northrop Grumman will continue data system support for the Joint Engineering Data Management Information and Control System, Parts Configuration Management System, and Technical Data-Product Data Management System.

Northrop Grumman received $11,410,533 for oversight of all IT requirements for developing, administering, maintaining, and enhancing automated data and info systems.

SAIC received $89,526,485 for management and tech support for high performance computing services, capabilities, infrastructure, and technologies. Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground; Stennis Space Center and Vicksburg, Mississippi; Kihei, Hawaii; Lorton and McLean, VA.

Spin Systems, Inc. received $8,447,038 for the technical refresh and deployment, and operations and sustainment of the DOD Information Technology Portfolio Repository and the Department of the Navy Application & Database Management System IT platform. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Spry Methods Inc.; Gateway Ventures Inc.; Gemini Industries Inc.; and MH Harbor, LLC received a cumulative $33,326,967 for Information Dominance Program and financial management support services.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

Aerojet Rocketdyne received $18,507,839 for Stinger flight motors (1,000). Stinger flight motor funding supports the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) of 850 Stinger Block I Missiles at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, OK. The SLEP will replace all Stinger missile components susceptible to degradation due to aging (including the flight motor) providing a missile with a 10-year shelf life. One bid was solicited with one received.

BAE Systems received $32,409,117 to provide systems engineering/technical assistance support, training and development in performing integration, sustaining engineering and program management support functions for the Minuteman III Weapon System at Hill AFB.

DRS Laurel Technologies received $31,823,189 for hardware for Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) Mk2 production hardware. The scope includes hardware production, assembly, configuration, alignment, integration, testing and shipping of the SSDS hardware.

Exelis Systems received $21,536,294 for support functions to the Launch & Test Range System Eastern and Western ranges: range sustainment; external user support, projects and engineering services (MDA, Navy, NASA, etc.; systems engineering; and interim supply support spares for the sustainment period). Work will be at Patrick AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $8,119,209 for industrial engineering support to include Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS), Block I/IA, GMLRS, HIMARS, MLRS M270/M270A1/M270B1/M270C1 launcher platforms, and Low Cost Reduced Range Practice Rocket (LCRRPR).

Lockheed Martin received $19,990,000 for long-lead material and the labor, planning and scheduling necessary for FY2015 Trident II D-5 missile production schedule. This was sole source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $31,000,000 for continued R&D of the integrated air and missile defense hardware and software systems.

Raytheon received $8,737,000 for Tomahawk Depot Missile maintenance, including direct fleet support for resolving technical issues with deployed weapons and inventory management for the U.S. Navy and the UK.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $162,445,463 to acquire 361 Block 1 tactical missiles and 137 command launch unit retrofits for the U.S. Army; 189 Block 1 tactical missiles and 147 Block 1 tactical missiles for the U.S. Marine Corps; and 20 Block 1 tactical missiles for New Zealand and Jordan.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Camber Corp.; Deloitte Consulting LLP; General Dynamics; Mission Essential Personnel; and Vose Technical Systems General received $56,384,558 for technical/professional support, and related tailored admin services for the Center for Civil Military Relations (CCMR) inside and outside the continental United States. Potential FMS: Egypt, Indonesia, Lebanon, Singapore, and Saudi Arabia. Combined, they’re less than two percent of total.

CGI Federal Inc. received $107,880,073 for the operational environment core functions requirement for the Army TRADOC’s G-2 support services.

Goodwill Industries received $12,748,338 to provide food and logistics support for the Galley and Uniform Issue Department, which supports training at the Recruit Training Command (RTC), Training Support Center (TSC), and other tenant activities located within the Naval Station Great Lakes. This was solicited and awarded non-competitively pursuant to the Javits-Wagner-O’Day Act and the rules of the Committee for the Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled, which implements the AbilityOne Program.

Northrop Grumman received $9,859,646 to continue key and essential logistics requirements at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Ft. Polk.

SAIC received $21,593,120 for U. S. Fleet Forces Command (USFLTFORCOM) highly specialized, comprehensive, analytical training and technical services in direct support of Fleet Deployment Training Program. SAIC will provide live, virtual, and constructive training program support, fleet training academics and instruction support, training exercise and event support. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Sonalysts; AMSEC; Delex Systems; and URS Federal Services, Inc. received a total $8,997,500 to produce interactive multimedia instruction courseware modules for NAVSEA’s on-board and schoolhouse training programs for all areas of submarine ops & procedures.

Technical & Project Engineering received $12,084,389 for professional software development and support, testing, training, and software and database maintenance services to support Army training models.

TrueTandem received $6,819,552 for enterprise knowledge services for U.S. Army Reserve.

CBRNE

Cubic Applications received $500,000,000 for J3/7 CBRNE exercise, training, capability assessment and capacity development support, which helps DTRA's Building Partnerships Divisions and functions in the daily performance of the Building Partnership mission.

FUEL & ENERGY

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc.; received $9,695,389 for 2,136 advanced integrated solar power case assemblies in support of USMC Ground Renewable Expeditionary Energy System under the Program Manager for Expeditionary Power Systems.

Bay Electric Co.; BITHENERGY, Inc.; Bright Light Federal; Ecoplexus; Essex Construction; Indian Energy LLC; Infinity Development Partners; Legatus6 LLC; Scatec Solar North America; SunLight General Capital LLC; and Third Sun Solar are being added to the Solar technology power awards. These companies and those previously announced will share $7,000,000,000 for producing solar technology.

BP received $112,842,240 and Shell received $12,517,260 for reformulated blendstock for oxygenate blending gasoline.

CCI Solutions received $10,172,160 for energy upgrades and repairs to Building 291 at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Graybar Electric Company received $15,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the South central zone one region. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Inglett & Stubbs International received $7,449,713 for a smart power infrastructure demonstration for energy reliability and security, Phase 3, at Camp H.M. Smith.

Petroleum Traders Company received $15,838,744 for ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel.

Pacific Energy Solutions LLC received $334,135,534 for purchase of reliable locally generated, alternating current, power from solar power generation systems that are designed, constructed, owned, operated, and maintained by the contractor on government property. Procured per 10 USC §2922(a) authority. Sites include three roof tops and one ground mount location (Waipio Peninsula) at JBPHH; six roof tops and two elevated photovoltaic (PV) structures at MCBH, and one roof top and one elevated PV at Camp Smith 

Walsh Construction Co. received $26,947,000 for construction of electrical capacity and cooling towers at Naval Support Activity Bethesda.

Wasatch Intergraded Waste Management District received $53,487,463 to pipe an estimated annual quantity of 447,800 Kilo-pounds of steam to Building 260 on to Hill AFB. This is a sole source acquisition.

MEDICAL

AvKare, Inc. received $9,728,923 for purchase of pravastatin. Locations of performance are Tennessee, Czech Republic and Israel.

Donald L. Mooney Enterprises LLC; Loyal Source Government Services LLC; Magnum Opus Technologies Inc.; and Vesa Health & Technology Inc. received a cumulative $130,430,320 for various ancillary services that include the labor bands of Allied Health, Technologist, Technician and Assistant. Work at: Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton; Naval Hospital Lemoore, CA; Naval Hospital Twenty-Nine Palms; Naval Medical Center, San Diego; Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA; Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, WA; Naval Health Clinic Hawaii; Naval Hospital Guam; and associated branch clinics (3 percent).

Golden State Medical Supply received $6,590,033 for medical supplies. Pelican/Hardigg Industries received $35,440,000 for medical items and accessories.

Professional Contract Services received $32,209,556 for healthcare housekeeping services, Evans Army Community Hospital, Ft. Carson.

Sea Box Inc. received $17,460,000 to manufacture and delivery Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) Hygiene Systems (PDF). This provides for an additional 45 BEAR Hygiene Systems.

World Wide Technology received $6,542,299 for Medical Systems Infrastructure Modernization Multi-Site Phase II A and B Electronic List of Materials. This is for the purchase of a list of IT Network products such as network power supplies, switches, cables, etc., to be delivered to various CONUS/OCONUS Air Force Medical Treatment Facilities.

TRANSPORTATION & STORAGE

Boeing received $65,358,994 for 204 Cargo On/Off Loading System (COOLS) A-Kits; 204 COOLS B-Kits; and 22 COOLS Ballistic Protection System (BPS) Kits.

Federal Express Charter Programs received $57,810,843 for worldwide transportation. Team members include: Air Transport International LLC; Atlas Air, Inc.; Delta; Federal Express Corporation; Polar Air Cargo Worldwide; and MN Airlines.

Liberty Global Logistics LLC; American President Lines; and Farrell Lines, Inc. each received $513,625,650 for international commercial multimodal transportation services.

National Air Cargo Group received $513,625,650 for international commercial multimodal transportation services.

URS Federal Services received $11,767,117 for material distribution services to include receipt, storage and issue of material.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Ageiss, Inc.; Labat Environmental, Inc.; Potomac-Hudson Engineering; and Stell Environmental Enterprise, Inc. received $22,000,000 for environmental consulting services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwest, Ft. Worth District.

Arcadis U.S., Inc. received $27,055,427 for performance-based remediation (PBR), which includes construction and engineering necessary for investigation, design, remedial action and construction, and environmental remediation activities to achieve minimum performance objectives to site closeout at 107 Installation Restoration Program sites at Vandenberg AFB.

Plexus Scientific Corp. received $8,466,187 for construction and engineering activities necessary for investigation, design, remedial action and construction, and environmental remediation activities. Plexus will support site closeout at 29 Installation Restoration Program sites. Work will be performed at Scott AFB.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $19,822,134 to provide hazardous material products and management services in Maryland.

USA Environmental, Inc. received $26,153,599 for munitions and explosives of concern removal at Vieques Naval Training Range and Naval Ammunition Support Detachment, Puerto Rico. Work removes surface, subsurface, and underwater munitions and explosives.

FOOD SERVICES

Gossner Foods received $25,577,791 for ultra-high temperature, shelf-stable milk.

HPC received $83,000,000 for subsistence support. 

Lakeview Center Inc. received $10,280,538 for dining facility/cook support.

Merchants Food Service received $7,220,745 for food distribution in LA & MS. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Sysco received $16,500,000 for food and beverages.

BASE SUPPORT & LOGISTICS

Accenture Federal Services, LLC received $8,701,870 for finance and audit business integration contractor support for the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning efforts. IBM received $12,223,063 for Army General Fund Audit Support Services.

Accenture Federal Services received $11,112,066 for general fund enterprise business systems onsite support and change requests.

Aleut Facilities Support Services received $95,986,770 for civil engineering support to cadets, active duty, civilians, and contractors at the U.S. Air Force Academy. This includes service request management, property maintenance, repair and operations, planning and engineering services, environmental services and protection, property management, housing and furnishing management, and emergency response. Aleut Facilities Support Services received $14,714,248 for support services to cadets, active duty, civilians, and contractors at the U.S. Air Force Academy. This includes Cadet Wing Operations (support cadet events; manage cadet quarters, furnishings, and supplies; operate cadet quarters facilities), academic program (develop presentation materials and supplies; operate academic facilities), and athletic program support (support for athletic events; maintain sports equipment and supplies; operation of athletic facilities).

Analytic Services Inc. received $6,490,089 to support the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (A,T & L) in: medical program; physical program; planning, programming, budgeting, executing, and financial support; international and interagency strategic relations; science and technology; and operations and admin support.

Atlas Executive Consulting; CBAIA Logistics; and Compendium Federal Technology received a cumulative $33,326,967 for program management and financial management support, including non-inherently governmental services to perform analyses and research.

Ch2M Hill Constructors, Inc. received $6,625,200 for water and wastewater operation and maintenance at Ft. Campbell.

EJB Facilities Services received $12,122,891 for base operations support at various installations in the NAVFAC Northwest. Work provides for, but is not limited to, all management and admin, visual services, security, housing, facilities support (excluding grounds and janitorial services), pavement clearance, utilities, base support vehicles and equipment, and environmental services to provide base operations support services.

Exelis Systems received $445,107,802 for base operations at Camp Arifjan, Camp Buehring, Udairi Range and Camp Patriot in Kuwait. This includes the aerial port of debarkation, and seaport of debarkation in Kuwait.

Jacobs Technology received $63,375,000 for support services to the Aberdeen Test Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

KIRA, Inc. received $36,904,747 for base operations and maintenance services for the Directorate of Public Works, Ft. Carson.

Northrop Grumman received $62,266,368 for petroleum, oil, lubricants; ammunition supply point; vehicle and equipment maintenance; warehousing; and logistics at the National Training Center (Ft. Irwin).

PRIDE Industries received $14,862,152 to support Ft. Polk Directorate of Public Works Base Operations.

SAIC received $32,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Southeast Zone 1 region. This was a sole-source acquisition. SAIC received $10,500,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the South central zone two region. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Source America received $26,028,750 for facilities maintenance for the Department of Public Works, Ft. Knox.

SupplyCore Inc. received $8,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the North central region. This was a sole-source acquisition. SupplyCore Inc. received $8,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Southeast Zone 2 region. This was a sole-source acquisition.

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

CONSTRUCTION

Alutiiq Diversified Services, LLC; ASRC Civil Construction, LLC; Bristol Design Build Services, LLC; Frawner Corp.; SBH Services, Inc.; and White Mountain Construction, LLC received $20,000,000 EACH for a broad range of maintenance, repair and minor construction work in Anchorage, Alaska.

AMEC-CAPE and Weston Solutions Inc. received $345,000,000 for Rapid Disaster Infrastructure Response for time sensitive, emergency construction and debris removal.

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.; Gilbane Federal; CB&I Federal Services LLC; Weston Solutions, Inc.; and Willbros Government Services received $30,000,000 for construction in support of NAVFAC EXWC, Port Hueneme. Work provides engineering, cleaning, inspection, construction and repair of fuel systems at worldwide DOD facilities.

ARGO Systems, LLC received $7,684,677 to create oyster bars for Harris Creek and the Tred Avon River off the Choptank River, MD.

Benaka, Inc.; Black Horse Group; Cherokee General Corp.; H. V. Collins Co.; Structural Associates; Watermark; and Wu & Associates, Inc. received a cumulative $95,000,000 for construction projects in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, Public Works Department-Maine.

Benaka, Inc. received $6,673,999 to demolish Buildings 152 and 427 and renovate Building 474 at Naval Submarine Base, New London, CT.

Birmingham Industrial Construction/Robins & Morton JV; CTA I, LLC; McGoldrick Construction Services Corp.; Royce Construction Services, LLC; Total Team Construction Services, Inc.; and Valiant Construction, LLC received $49,000,000 for medical facilities repair and construction to support the Army Medical Command, Southern Region.

Black Construction/MACE International JV received $6,678,072 for repairs to worn out and deteriorated building components and utility systems of Unaccompanied Personnel Housing 7 at the U. S. Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia.

Carlson Constructors Corp. received $21,862,091 to build a family housing at Ft. McCoy.

Carothers Construction, Inc. received $15,630,000 to construct a 36,000 square foot regional simulation center to include a controlled area, simulation communication rooms, simulation suites, secure communication infrastructure, network distribution nodes, operation centers, work cells, classrooms and administrative offices.

Carothers Construction, Inc. received $13,543,293 for construction of the Bridgeport Army Reserve Center in Branford, CT.

CH2M Hill / Clark Nexsen Energy Partners JV received $60,000,000 for architect and engineering and design services worldwide for energy efficient projects and services, which will require expertise in energy management, architectural, mechanical, electrical, structural, and environmental disciplines as it pertains to DOD utility systems and energy consuming systems in naval shore infrastructure.

Deutschmark Express; Sherrick Construction; Synergid Commercial; Graves Plumbing; Roederer Construction; Charpie Construction; Dunlap and Co.; Sycamore Engineering; Strebig Construction; Patterson Horth; Industrial Maintenance & Construction Services; LD Docsa; AML, Inc.; Nuvo Construction; Wycliffe Enterprises; Driftwood Builders; Fetters Construction; Veterans Construction Services; Valiant Construction; Avantti Builders Group; Krempp Construction; Building Associates; R.E. Crosby; JDH Contracting; Davis & Associates; CMS Corp.; Hannig Construction; Koetter Construction; Maven Construction; Bruns-Gutzwiller; Sunco Construction; Kings Trucking; CDI Inc.; Hal-PE; K&T Construction; JDM LLC; DC Design Construction; Integrated Environmental Solutions; IMR Development Corp.; TJB Air Conditioning; Ohio Paving & Construction Co.; Puente Construction Enterprises; Timus Nasco; Northwind Engineering; TMG Services; MKS Inc.; Hamilton Hunter Builders; J&B Builders; and Coburn Contractors received a cumulative $30,000,000 for sustainment/repair and maintenance, and military construction projects for the National Guard. Work will be performed in Indiana at Camp Atterbury, Mascatatuck Urban Training Center, Jefferson Proving Ground, Terre Haute and Ft. Wayne.

Fortis Networks, Inc. received $9,500,000 for military and civil works construction services in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division.

Hawaiian Rock Products Corp. (Mangilao, Guam) received $90,000,000 for airfield paving projects at various U. S. military installations around Guam.

Herman Construction Group; Rore, Inc.; M & M; and Premier Civil Construction received $95,000,000 for multi-discipline construction (i.e. civil, mechanical, electrical, demolition, etc.) with additional capability to perform large-scale projects at Luke AFB.

H.V. Collins Co. received $11,761,926 for renovations to three levels of Hewitt Hall Research Center of the Naval War College. Renovations include converting the existing garage (lower level) to interior high capacity book storage space, and repairs to the basement and first floor levels of Hewitt Hall, as well as garage conversion and other system modifications.

HNTB Corp. received $35,000,000 for architectural and engineering services required for planning and designs for the Arlington National Cemetery southern expansion project.

Howard W. Pence received $16,301,000 to build one, two-story classroom facility and two, three-story dormitories on a reinforced concrete foundation and concrete floor slab consisting of approximately 46,871 square feet. Work will be performed in Louisville, TN.

I.E.-Pacific, Inc. received $10,435,000 to renovate Building 302 at Naval Base Point Loma.

Insight Pacific LLC; Bethel-Webcor JV-1; Dawson-Hawaiian Builders I; JSR-ECC LLC; CT JV; and Environet Inc. received a cumulative $240,000,000 for construction projects primarily within the NAVFAC Hawaii.

Johnson Controls Building Automation Systems received $450,000,000 to procure and install utility monitoring and control systems and similar services (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems).

Joyce & Associates Construction; Daniels & Daniels Construction; Lifecycle Construction Services; OAC Action Construction; Olympic Enterprises, Inc.; and Vet Built, Inc. received $90,000,000 for general construction projects located at Camp Lejeune, MCAS Cherry Point, MCAS New River, and other outlying facilities in North Carolina.

K.L. House Construction received $21,285,500 to design/build the nuclear systems wing and sustainment center Phase II, Kirtland AFB.

Korte Construction received $48,276,440 for design/construction of the hangar 6 extension to accommodate P-8 aircraft, hangar 9 extension to accommodate P-3 aircraft, and repair and modernization of hangar 6 including seismic upgrades at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.

Michael Baker Jr. Inc. received $9,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for Army Reserve projects nationwide and military projects within the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division mission boundaries.

MW Builders, Inc. received $47,777,000 for construction services for a new five-story barracks/company operations facility, a common cooling tower with support facility, and associated site improvements.

Newt Marine Service; Western Contracting Corp.; Commercial Contractors Equipment, Inc.; and Arrowhead Contracting Inc. received a cumulative $49,000,000 for Missouri River recovery program from Ft. Peck Dam, Montana, to Kansas City.

Parsons Government Services, Inc. received $8,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for construction management support for the Mobile District and South Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Raass Brothers, Inc. received $8,898,317 for building renovation in buildings 7416 and 7418, Ft. Carson.

R. J. Zaval & Sons Inc. received $12,272,783 for the Roseau Flood Risk Management Project to construct a 6,500-foot diversion channel, a channel inlet structure, a concrete restriction structure and drainage system in Roseau, Minnesota.

Strock Enterprises; Upstate Construction Services; Oddo Construction Services; Tidewater, Inc.; Great Lakes Dock & Materials; Geo. Gradel Co.; Morrish-Wallace Construction; Huffman Equipment Rental; and SAF, Inc. received a collective $40,000,000 for general construction throughout the lakes and rivers division.

Structural Builders, Inc.; Maverick Constructors, LLC; Semper Tek, Inc.; Artesian Contracting Company, Inc.; CCI Solutions, LLC; DTH Corp.; OAC Action Construction Corp.; RCA Contracting, Inc.; and Paul S. Akins Company, Inc. received $225,000,000 for design-build construction projects. Projects shall include all work necessary to design, construct, and/or renovate including design build and bid build facilities for Moody AFB, Grassy Pond and Grand Bay Range, GA, and Avon Park Range, FL.

Sustainable-Takisaki JV; Abatement Contractors of Montana; Imperial Construction; and RJS Construction Inc. received a cumulative $25,000,000 for construction at Fairchild AFB.

T. L. Wallace Construction received $25,000,000 for emergency temporary residential roof repairs for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers/FEMA disaster response in Hawaii.

URS Group Inc. received $8,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for the Mobile District and South Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Voith Hydro, Inc.; National Electric Coil, Inc.; Alstom Power Inc.; and Andritz Hydro, Corp. received $99,500,000 for the rehabilitation and/or replacement of generating equipment at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hydroelectric facilities within the Northwestern Division: Portland District, Seattle District, Walla Walla District, Omaha District and Kansas City District. This may also be used to perform emergency non-routine maintenance and assessment at Northwestern Division hydroelectric facilities.

Walsh Federal JV St. received $34,748,000 for construction at the Marshall Elementary School at Ft. Campbell.

Watts Constructors LLC received $9,395,000 for constructing an integrated water treatment system at Puget Sound Naval Shipyardand Intermediate Maintenance Facility, Bremerton, WA.

Zieson Construction Co.; Lavastida Development Group; Blackhawk Constructors; Hanke Construction; Ruiz-Tidewater JV; and HGL Construction, Inc. received a cumulative $49,000,000 to support military construction projects within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $17,027,415 for dredging shoaled material in New York harbor along Newark Bay Port Elizabeth Channel, Newark Bay north and south areas, and along Kill Van Kull in the vicinity of Constable Hook and Anchorage Channel.

Great Lakes Dock & Materials received $24,992,668 to repair the Cleveland East Breakwater.

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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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