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

DOD spent $24,843,125,595+ on 325 individual contracts in August 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 $24,843,125,595 on 325 individual contracts during August 2014.

REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

Areté Associates received $10,316,696 for engineering services in support of AN/DVS-1 Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA) Block 1 program.

CAE USA Inc. received $20,714,725 for MQ-1/9 Contract Aircrew Training and Courseware Development at Creech, Holloman, March Air Reserve Base, and Hancock ANG Base.

ImSAR LLC received $98,971,746 for R&D, rapid advancement and integration of small aperture radars on small UAVs.

Kutta Technologies, Inc. received $9,000,000 for the Synergistic Unmanned Manned Intelligent Teaming Mission Tasking System. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $240,653,315 for three Block 30M RQ-4B Global Hawks. Each contains an Enhanced Integrated Sensor Suite and an Airborne Signals Intelligence Payload (ASIP), plus two additional ASIP sensors as retrofit kits.

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

Boeing received $234,700,000 for long lead items for the production and delivery of 24 AH-6I, initial spares and ground support equipment. This involves some FMS to Saudi Arabia.

General Dynamics received $38,526,856 to provide Canada and the UAE with Mark (MK) 80 General Purpose Bomb Body series: MK82-1= 1,662; MK82-6= 12,187; MK84-4= 736; MK84-10= 3,544.

L-3 Communications received $61,000,243 to modify and integrate ISR capabilities onto two King Air 350 aircraft for Saudi Arabia.

Northrop Grumman received $47,596,436 to provide France engineering and development of five E-2C compatible AN/ALQ-217 (PDF) electronic support measures units. This includes hardware/software modifications required for compatibility with the French E-2C aircraft, modification kits, aircrew and maintenance training, publications, post-installation ground and flight testing, and tech data.

Raytheon received $109,078,477 to provide Germany, Greece, Israel, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Kuwait, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, and Ukraine with engineering services for the Patriot System Tracking Radar. One bid was solicited and one received.

Raytheon received $59,486,000 to provide Taiwan with advice and assistance in the training, planning, fielding, deployment, operation, maintenance, and sustainment of the Patriot Air Defense System, associated equipment, and logistics support elements.

Raytheon received $36,553,657 for repair and maintenance on the SM-1 for Taiwan ($11,075,758; 30.3 percent), Spain ($7,347,285; 20.1 percent), Turkey ($4,240,224; 11.6 percent), Japan ($3,399,490; 9.3 percent), France ($3,253,275; 8.9 percent), Chile ($2,120,112; 5.8 percent), Bahrain ($2,010,452; 5.5 percent), Italy ($1,900,790; 5.2 percent), and Poland ($1,206,271; 3.3 percent). This includes core support and discrete tasking. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302.1.

Sikorsky received $30,351,927 to provide Saudi Arabia 12 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters.

Sikorsky received $33,592,172 to provide Saudi Arabia with initial spares and aviation ground support equipment for 24 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters.

USCENTCOM

BAE Systems received $6,621,547 to service prepositioned Bradley vehicles in Kuwait. This includes maintenance, supply, and transportation systems.

Exelis Systems Corporation received $83,133,390 for services to Army prepositioned stocks: maintenance, supply, and transportation systems in Kuwait.

USSOUTHCOM

Airtec Inc. received $10,780,768 for ISR services in support of USSOUTHCOM. Airtec will provide ISR utilizing two contractor-owned, contractor-operated aircraft. Work will be performed in Bogota, Columbia. This was non-competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Telecommunication Support Services, Inc. (TSS) received $8,922,696 for Mobile Air Surveillance System (MASS) technical support. The MASS mission includes radar air surveillance; radio and satellite communications for counterdrug operations; host nation air sovereignty; air search and rescue; and other regional operations in USSOUTHCOM.

USSOCOM

American Rheinmetall Munitions received $16,783,613 to provide USSOCOM multi-bang, flash bang grenades. Work will be performed in Trittau, Germany.

DPR Hardin Whitesell-Green, Inc. JV received $27,546,924 to build a Special Operations Forces Sustainment Training Complex at Camp Lejeune.

Leading Technology Composites received $95,000,000 for Special Operations Forces personal equipment advanced requirements tactical stand-alone and modular supplemental armor protection (SPEAR TSA & MSAP) ballistic inserts.

RJC Architects Inc. received $30,000,000 for new construction and renovation of various projects for Naval Special Warfare Command, San Diego, CA.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

Lockheed Martin received $8,167,322 to provide maintenance and support on F-16 chase aircraft supporting the F-35.

Lockheed Martin received $12,789,893 for F-35 “Deployable Spares Package” spares.

Lockheed Martin received $19,994,879 for site activation efforts required for the stand-up of the UK Joint Strike Fighter Academic Training Center at RAF Marham.

Lockheed Martin received $46,197,710 for non-recurring technical assistance in support of F-35 for the USAF ($18,185,731; 39.3 percent); U.S. Navy ($9,092,864; 19.7 percent); USMC ($9,092,864; 19.7 percent); and international partners ($9,826,251; 21.3 percent). Some work will be in Samlesbury, UK (16.5 percent) and Laval, Canada (0.1 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $122,217,252 for support equipment for the F-35 aircraft. This includes sensor covers, tool sets, vacuum clamp sets, and heat gun assemblies.

Lockheed Martin received $232,794,734 towards F-35 LRIP Lot VI, providing non-recurring sustainment activities, to include procurement of 19 training devices and 69 items of complex support equipment.

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $7,822,454 to maintain and install 9 engineering change proposals for upgrade retrofits of 11 F-135B engines.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $9,468,406 for Lot VI LRIP F135 support equipment for the USMC ($5,455,280; 58 percent); USAF ($2,684,019; 28 percent); and the international partners ($1,329,107; 14 percent). This includes handling, testing, and maintenance equipment and parts (borescope inspection kits, main engine inlet covers, lift nozzle module slings, lift gearbox adapters, and water wash cart systems).

OSPREY

Bell/Boeing JPO received $15,170,182 for repair of various parts on the V-22. One company was solicited for this non-competitive requirement in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (1).

Bell-Boeing JPO received $21,395,545 to replace the warning system and radar warning receiver system and to upgrade the capabilities of the programmer and associated software on the MV-22 Integrated Aircraft Survivability Equipment Universal Urgent Needs Statement Effort.

Exelis, Inc. received $190,000,000 to provide Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasure components and services [PDF] to the Technology Applications program office and CV-22 program offices.

HELICOPTERS

Cliffdale Mfg. Inc. received $8,520,000 for maintenance and overhaul of the actuator, elect (OH-58D) – min. 100; max. 1,080. This includes 180 for unnamed FMS.

I. E. Pacific received $7,877,000 to design/build an H-60 trainer facility at Coronado.

Robertsons Fuels Systems received $47,916,209 for auxiliary fuel systems including reduced size crashworthy external fuel systems and internal auxiliary fuel system combo packs for the AH-64. This involves some FMS to Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, and South Korea.

FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) received $224,044,944 to continue operations, maintenance, information management and support of Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold AFB.

Alloy Surfaces Co. received $49,980,000 for 375,000 decoy infrared, countermeasure MJU-66/B flares. This was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(l).

Airborne Tactical Advantage Co. (ATAC) received $12,798,915 to service the Contracted Air Services program, which provides contractor-owned/operated Type III high subsonic and Type IV supersonic aircraft to the U.S. Navy for a wide variety of airborne threat simulations. ATA provides training, shipboard, and aircraft squadron weapon operators and aircrew. Work is in Newport News (45%); Point Mugu (35%); and overseas (20%). This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

BAE Systems received $7,530,004 to augment the maintenance capabilities for the Instrumentation Radar Support Program with one-of-a-kind parts and supplies, on-site overhauls and emergency technical support. This involves unnamed FMS.

Boeing received $6,666,319 for a VC-25 Nitrogen Generation System Study to comply with FAA Final Rule FAA-2005-22997.

Boeing received $6,948,500 for Phase C1 of the F/A-18 A-D Airframe Service Life Extension Program. This includes 7 flight critical engineering change proposals for fracture and maintenance critical areas of the airframe.

Boeing received $9,365,890 to continue to refine itsVTOL Experimental Aircraft design, bringing it to a preliminary review level. Specifically, Boeing will complete the following milestones: system definition review, interim progress review and preliminary design review. This is an “other transaction” for DARPA.

Boeing received $30,385,333 to develop a structural repair manual for the P-8A.

BAE Systems received $74,000,000 for F-16 Stores System Tester sustainment. The contractor will provide F-16 Stores System Tester spares, as well as engineering and software development and maintenance support. This is a sole-source acquisition. FMS is approximately 33 percent of the contract, $6,753,382 of which goes towards Taiwan.

BAE Systems received $8,005,521 and Northrop Grumman received $10,006,600 to provide additional development and testing of the current Common Infrared Countermeasure (CRC) Technology Development phase system.

Boeing received $295,643,284 for long-lead items to be used in the manufacture and delivery of 12 Lot II P-8A aircraft for the U.S. Navy (8 for $152,043,495; 51 percent) and Australia (4 for $143,599,789; 49 percent). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Communications Vertex Aerospace received $13,744,643 for logistics services for aircraft availability of 96 TH-57 aircraft. Services include “pre-flighting,” fueling, and safety details for designated missions. Work performed at NAS Whiting Field.

Defense Support Services LLC received $14,857,926 for ACC Acquisition Management and Integration Center contracting and program management oversight to include functional and quality assurance support for the aerial targets program which directly supports live-fire weapons system testing and enables the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group in the developmental and operational weapons testing for all air-to-air missiles, and for the F-22, F-35, F-16, and F-15 aircraft. Work will be performed at Tyndall and Holloman AFB.

General Dynamics received $16,286,671 for full-rate production of 60 Lot 38 Type 3 Advanced Mission Computers for the E/A-18G aircraft for the U.S. Navy (48) and Australia (12). This was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 USC 2304 (c)(1). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($9,772,003; 60 percent) and Australia ($6,514,668; 40 percent).

General Electric received $123,409,100 for compressor parts. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Electric received $311,491,670 for 75 Lot 14 F/A-18E/F F414-GE-400 engines and devices for U.S. Navy (48 install) and Australia (24 install and three spares). This also provides after burner modules, fan modules, high-pressure combustor modules, combustor modules, and high/low pressure turbine modules for the U.S. Navy ($194,856,028; 63 percent) and Australia ($116,635,642; 37 percent).

Honeywell International received $7,739,414 to work on the total integrated engine revitalization automated gas turbine 1500 program.

International Enterprises Inc. received $28,905,257 for F-16 electric module assemblies. This was a sole-source acquisition.

J.K. Hill & Associates; Sunrise Beach Corp.; Affordable Engineering Services; Aerospace Engineering & Support Inc.; M1 Support Services; Precision Turbines Inc.; and Zenetex LLC received a combined $96,500,000 for depot on-site contractor augmentee teams (DOCAT), which supplement maintenance/support personnel. Areas include modification, maintenance, inspection, and repair of various weaponry including, but not limited to: F-16, A-10, F-22, C-130, F-35, F-4, components, missiles, ground equipment and vehicles. Work will be performed at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Utah, and satellite operating locations to include Aerospace Maintenance & Regeneration Group (AMARG); Aircraft Maintenance Group, Randolph AFB; Missile Maintenance Group, F.E. Warren AFB; Malmstrom AFB; and Minot AFB. This is a 100 percent small business set-aside competitive acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $15,832,848 to add eight C-12s to the life-cycle support maintenance contract for the Army's C-12/RC-12/UC-35 fleet.

L-3 Communications received $15,548,954 for 25 system configuration sets, Navy Aviation Simulation Master Plans, Next Generation Threat System upgrades and 25 liquid crystal display spare kits for F/A-18 Tactical Operational Flight Trainer Suites.

Lockheed Martin received $10,271,439 for transmitter receivers. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $12,875,160 for additional reliability and maintainability maturation program projects at Ft. Worth, TX.

Lockheed Martin received $116,717,704 for advance procurement funding needed for long lead parts to eventually produce fourteen C-130J aircraft.

M1 Support Services received $17,723,476 to continue T-38 program management, organizational and intermediate maintenance services support for ACC’s T-38 Companion Trainer program. Work will be performed at Beale, Holloman, Langley, Tyndall, and Whiteman Air Force Bases.

MCT Industries, Inc. received $7,991,633 for Aircraft Engine Trailers ETU-8/E and ETU-9/E. Roughly 75 of each type. FMS may be part of this funding, “but the origin of sale is unknown at this time.”

Northrop Grumman received $10,482,257 for product support and engineering investigations on the Full Rate Production Lot 2 E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Program.

Northrop Grumman received $32,502,712 for non-recurring engineering in support of the Full Rate Production Lot 2 E-2D Advanced Hawkeye. Work will be performed across the U.S. Some work will be in Aire Sur L’Adour, France (2.48 percent).

PAE Applied Technologies received $69,783,348 for range engineering, and operations and maintenance services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Atlantic Test Range and ATMO Division. Services include: system operations, laboratory and field-testing, marine operations and target support services, engineering, range sustainability, maintenance, data reduction and analysis.

PAE Applied Technologies received $8,728,547 for support services on air vehicle modification and instrumentation efforts, to include design, engineering, acquisition, integration, installation, operational support and in-service engineering. This contract was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $238,050,000 to support multiple aviation weapon systems. This is a sole-source contract.

Physical Optics Corp. received $10,449,470 for design, testing, and delivery of data transfer units and ground encryption devices on F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G.

Raytheon received $24,559,600 for 158 High Speed Anti-Radiation Command Launch Computers for the U.S. Navy (121 computers for $20,500,108; 83.5 percent) and Australia (37 computers for $4,059,492; 16.5 percent) for F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft.

SAIC received $144,000,000 for supply chain management of industrial hardware used in aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul.

Spectro, Inc. received $9,024,628 to repair spectrometers in support of U.S. Air Force and Army requirements. This is a sole-source acquisition.

UES Inc. received $9,000,000 for Mechanical Systems Performance Evaluation III. UES will research and develop turbine engine mechanical system technology engines being developed under the Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engine and the Adaptive Engine Technology Development programs. Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB.

United States Technologies Inc. received $13,825,350 for up to 5,270 of the various types of AN/ULQ-21 technique control modulator circuit card assemblies in support of the Airborne Threat Simulation Organization (ATSO). ATSO develops, integrates, and operationally supports countermeasures and emitter threat simulation systems.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $60,802,243 for ship integration and test of the Aegis Weapon System (AWS) for AWS Baselines through Advanced Capability Build 12. This provides Aegis shipboard integration engineering, Aegis test team support, Aegis modernization team engineering support, ballistic missile defense test team support, and AWS element assessments. This was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $193,610,317 for material, equipment, and supplies to conduct the technical engineering to define, develop, integrate and test Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense 4.1 and 5.0 Capability Upgrade baselines through their respective certifications.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

CACI received $25,053,358 for professional support services in support of Program Executive Office Littoral Combat Ships. Services include: program management and acquisition support, technical and engineering support, business and financial management support and logistics support. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), implemented in FAR 6.302-1.

General Dynamics received $9,759,692 for planning yard services in support of both variants of in-service Littoral Combat Ships. Bath Iron Works will provide engineering, planning, ship configuration, material and logistics support to maintain and modernize both variants of the LCS class.

General Dynamics received $17,203,639 for material and labor in support of the post-shakedown availability (PSA) for USS Coronado (LCS 4). Efforts include program management, production supervision, temporary protection services and transportation services necessary to complete the PSA. Work will be performed in San Diego, CA.

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $34,185,625 to migrate the AN/BYG-1 Tactical Control System from a Technology Insertion (TI-12) baseline to a TI-14, integrate Advanced Processing Build (APB-13 and APB-15) and deliver this capability to multiple submarine platforms for the U.S. Navy (91.22 percent) and Australia (8.78 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $59,728,305 for the Navy’s FY2014 AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare (USW) System and shore site development systems. Lockheed will develop and produce the Technical Insertion 14 baseline of the AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 USW systems. Purchases: U.S. Navy (74.6 percent); Japan (25.4 percent).

Lockheed Martin received $31,905,389 for production of 108 MK48 Mod 7 Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System (PDF) Functional Item Replacement (FIR) Kits, related engineering services to support CBASS FIR kits, CBASS FIR kit spares, and CBASS FIR kit warranty. The objective of the MK48 Mod 7 CBASS kit is to supply the U.S. Navy with functional item replacement upgrade kits consisting of a guidance and control box, broadband analog sonar receiver, preamplifier, cable assemblies, and guidance and control assembly materials.

Northrop Grumman received $27,625,777 for production of proof of manufacturing/first articles and functional item replacement level components of the MK54 Mod 0 Lightweight Torpedo (LWT) Array Kits, engineering services hours, hardware repair support, test equipment, additional spares and production support material, and warranty options. This includes some FMS to Australia and India.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. received $14,840,283 for Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS) operation and maintenance services.

Raytheon received $59,159,691 for production of MK54 Mod 0 Lightweight Torpedo (LWT) Kits, and related engineering and repair services for upgrade of U.S. Navy LWT. Buyers include the U.S. Navy, India, Turkey and Australia.

Triton Marine Construction received $17,866,411 for structural repairs to Piers 2 and 15 at Naval Submarine Base New London, CT.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $7,397,159 for USS Ardent (MCM 12) FY2014 selected restricted availability, which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities. Work will be performed in San Diego, CA.

BAE Systems received $7,807,207 for USS Scout (MCM-8) FY2014 selected restricted availability, which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities. Work will be performed in San Diego, CA.

BAE Systems received $13,684,941 for USS Howard (DDG 83) FY2014 selected restricted availability (SRA), which includes planning and execution of depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $16,614,546 for repair and alteration of USS Port Royal (CG 73) in Pearl Harbor, HI.

BAE Systems received $55,911,832 for USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) FY2015 extended selected restricted availability, which involves depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities. Work will be performed in Norfolk, VA.

BAE Systems received $78,074,377 for USS Lake Erie (CG 70) FY2014 extended dry-docking selected restricted availability (SRA), which involves depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities. Work will be performed in San Diego, CA.

General Dynamics received $139,953,434 for USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52) FY2014 extended dry-dock phased maintenance availability, which includes depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities. Work will be performed in San Diego, CA.

Huntington Ingalls received $49,646,289 to prepare for defueling work on the USS George Washington (CVN 73). This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Huntington Ingalls received $25,648,075 for design and construction on the Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78). HI will complete the design/construction of 40 headquarters modification requisition changes to CVN 78 in Newport News, VA.

NAVAL CONTRACTS

BAE Systems; General Dynamics; Global Technical Systems; Northrop Grumman; and Serco, Inc. received $2,529,500,000 for Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) production units.

Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc. received $16,063,920 to provide intermediate-level support to the Southwest Regional Maintenance Center in San Diego, CA. This provides professional and engineering services, to include the areas of production operations, corrosion control, engines, machine, combat systems, production control, and offsite repair.

General Dynamics received $19,522,980 for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 1B3 FY14 LRIP units. This procures 15 SEWIP Block 1B3 LRIP systems and associated data. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Hornbeck Offshore Services, LLC received $19,754,900 to extend services of the long-term charter of U.S.-built, U.S.-flagged, contractor-owned and -operated surface escort vessels HOS Black Powder, HOS Westwind, HOS Eagle View, and HOS Arrowhead. These vessels escort U.S. Navy assets transiting into and out of U.S. Navy ports.

Northrop Grumman received $34,774,652 for production hardware for Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) Mk2 production hardware.

Textron Inc. received $21,904,620 to build Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC) 101 of the ship-to-shore connector (SSC) program.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $7,900,000 and General Dynamics received $7,900,000 for technical, cost, and risk assessments (given requirements for technology integration refinement), which leverage Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) technology for potential incorporation into Future Fighting Vehicle (FFV) system. One bid was solicited with one received.

BMI Defense Systems received $12,219,736 to acquire 5,064 Gunners Accessory Package (GAP) 2.0 kits supporting the cross platform MRAP program.

Choctaw Manufacturing received $10,757,625 for 500 Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) modular production trailers (MPT) and water dispensing systems to support U.S. Marine Corps’ Air-Ground Task Force and deployed Maritime Prepositioned Forces. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

Navistar Defense received $9,763,940 to upgrade 487 home-stationed MRAP Maxx Pro dash vehicles to a final configuration, defined as LRIP configuration 21.

Navistar Defense, LLC received $38,423,006 for vehicle reset, which will include replacement of mandatory parts and labor for maintenance repairs to bring the vehicles to a condition code-A standard. Upgrades include bringing vehicles to a common configuration of LRIP as outlined as incoming configuration of M1235 Maxx Pro Dash, M1235 A1 Maxx Pro Dash with Independent Suspension System, M1235 A2 Maxx Pro dash Ambulance will be converted to a final configuration of M1235A4.

Oshkosh received $45,037,719 to reset and upgrade up to 800 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) All-Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV).

Raydar Inc. received $25,973,375 for vehicular automated diagnostic systems (VADS), which allows trouble-shooting on a wide variety of USMC vehicles.

CLOTHING

American Apparel Inc. received $99,000,000 for men's all-weather Army coats.

Golden Manufacturing Company received $36,716,648 and Puerto Rico Apparel Manufacturing Corp. (PRAMA) received $15,938,573 for Permethrin ACU coats.

Valley Apparel received $7,549,725 for men’s cold weather and summer flyers’ jackets.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Aardvark received $7,600,000 for components of the Launched Electric Stun Device (LESD) Program: TASER XP25 Cartridge, TASER X26 Conducted Electrical Weapon (CEW), Extended Digital Power Magazine (XDPM), and Holster for the CEW.

Alaska Structures, Inc. received $12,207,742 for 307 Medium Shelter Systems. This is a limited source competitive acquisition between two small businesses. Anchor Industries received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters.

Armor Source received $12,893,417 for 42,000 (max) Advanced Combat Vehicle crewman helmets. Ceeradyne Inc. received $19,041,312 for 42,000 (max) Advanced Combat Vehicle crewman helmets. Gentex Corp. received $14,825,236 for 42,000 (max) Advanced Combat Vehicle crewman helmets.

ATK received $47,900,000 for 105mm M724A1E1 kinetic energy target practice discarding sabot with tracer.

BAE Systems received $9,665,276 to modernize infrastructure, Building G-4, Holston Army Ammunition Plant, Kingsport, Tennessee.

Cubic Applications, Inc. received $7,342,769 for operating the Korea Battle Simulation Center. Work will be performed in South Korea.

Fraser Volpe received $16,000,000 for 1,306 M25E1 stabilized binoculars.

General Dynamics received $8,420,783 for 23,960 M1 high fragmentation artillery shells.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace received $13,202,364 for post-production conversion of CROWS M153A1 to CROWS M153.

L-3 received $22,250,000 for Fuze Munition Unit 160 A/B fuses. L-3 received $22,696,932 for an increased quantity of M783 fuses for the 60mm, 81mm and 120mm mortar cartridges.

NI Industries Inc. received $6,711,000 for ammo cartridge case manufacturing intellectual property, tooling, gages, miscellaneous inventory items and cartridge cases.

Northrop Grumman received $34,666,402 for continued operations and sustainment of the VADER currently deployed in theater.

Spectra Technologies LLC received $29,734,914 for M303 blasting demolition kits.

SPACE

ARCTEC Alaska JV received $32,062,792 for operation and maintenance of 15 distinct long-range radar sites, three remote radio sites, maintenance of the Regional Air Operations Center, and Maintenance Control and Communications Center within Alaska.

Computer Sciences Raytheon received $80,202,071 for operations, maintenance, and sustainment of critical range and launch processing systems that support the launch mission of the 45 SW and its launch customers at Cape Canaveral Air Station, Florida.

InDyne, Inc. received $30,663,645 for infrastructure operations and maintenance services for non-personal services involving operations and maintenance of the facilities, systems, equipment, utilities and infrastructure primarily for CCAFS and several Florida annexes in support of the 45th Space Wing (45 SW) and its mission partners.

Leidos, Inc. received $23,268,000 for systems engineering and integration support services at Los Angeles AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $24,191,749 for critical mission operations for NORAAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex/Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment (NCMC/ITWAA) in support of air, missile and space defense.

The Aerospace Corp. (TAC) received $6,589,859 for general life cycle systems engineering and integration for the National Security Space Community. TAC will provide planning, systems definition and technical specification support. They will also analyze user needs, design and design alternatives, interoperability, manufacturing and quality control. They will assist with test and evaluation, launch support, flight tests, orbital operations and integration of space systems into effective systems of systems.

United Paradyne Corp. received $8,462,353 for management, operations, maintenance and services to support launch programs for unconventional propellants, cryogenics and fuels accountability, personnel safety equipment, hazardous operations support, fleet management, systems and safety engineering, transient aircraft maintenance/aerospace ground equipment and precision measurement. Work will be at Vandenberg AFB.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

Ace Technology Partners received $7,047,715 for Fidelis eXtrusion Prevention System (XPS) standard maintenance and software. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center/HNCK, Cryptologic and Cyber Systems Division, Lackland AFB.

Data Intelligence LLC received $12,958,772; IntelliSolutions, Inc. received $13,689,953; and Tactical Engineering & Analysis, Inc. received $13,411,718 for engineering support for standards engineering and analysis, test support, configuration, architecture engineering and analysis services, fleet support engineering services, and Network Design Facility operation to ensure interoperability among Navy, joint service, and allied air, surface, subsurface and land command, control, communications, computers and ISR systems.

Data Link Solutions received $124,326,550 and ViaSat, Inc. received $72,673,450 for design and development work required to bring Tactical Targeting Network Technology (TTNT) capability to the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) terminal and to achieve a successful critical design review.

DRS ICAS received $85,200,000 to build and deliver up to 600 Air Force Tactical Receive System-Ruggedized Concord Intelligence Broadcast Receivers. Work will be performed at Dayton, Ohio and Johnstown, PA. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Exelis Systems received $18,170,444 for information management/IT enterprise services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Work will be in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Harris IT Services received $450,000,000 to provide engineering, maintenance, and program management support for the Crisis Management System. This was arranged via “other than full and open competitive action” pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (6) or 41 U.S.C. 3304(a) (6). DITCO-National Capital Region, Fort Meade, Maryland is the contracting activity.

Harris RF Communication received $19,500,000 for approximately 1,500 AN/PRC-152A radios and accessories. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Honeywell Technology Solutions received $11,929,705 for the Unified S-Band Development Phase II at Transportable Remote Tracking Station Block Change. Work will be performed at Colorado Springs, CO.

Jacobs Technology received $11,514,275 for engineering and technology acquisition support services, which consists of disciplined systems/specialty engineering and technical/information assurance services, support, and products using established government, contractor, and industry processes. This is a sole source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $29,146,854 for AEHF Communication Security/Transition Security (COMSEC/TRANSEC) Systems II (ACTS II), transitioning from electronic key management system to key management infrastructure. This is a sole-source acquisition. USAF Life Cycle Management Center, Cryptologic & Cyber Systems Division, Joint-Base San Antonio, TX, is the contracting activity.

Mythics, Inc. received $11,262,441 for a blanket purchase agreement requirement for an unlimited license agreement for a software license and support.

NEXGEN Communications received $8,432,040 for Miniaturized Receiver Transmitter (mRXTX) Prototype Modules. Contractor will develop and demonstrate a miniaturized Radio Frequency (RF) transmit/receive module to support Computational Leverage Against Surveillance Systems (CLASS) requirements. This effort encompasses the innovation, design, assembly and assessment of a miniaturized RF transmit/receive module. The fabrication of the receive module, and then the integration of transmit and receive modules, will be performed.

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $35,364,765 for KC-10 Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) kits and installs.

SAIC received $10,500,000 for prime vendor maintenance, repair and operations support. This was a sole-source acquisition.

SBD Alliant, LLC received $10,205,502 for IT services at the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) in Alexandria, VA.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

BAE Systems received $44,283,973 to operate, maintain and logistically support Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) at Beale AFB, CCAFS, Clear, Thule AB, and RAF Fylingdales.

Ellwood National Forge Company received $68,648,430 for Bomb Live Unit 109 empty case assembly and container/pallet consisting of Bomb Live Unit-109/B Bomb Body (604 total), Bomb Live Unit-109 A/B Bomb Body (52 total), Bomb Live Unit-109 C/B Bomb Body (3,864 total), CNU-417/E container (2,224 total) and MHU-212 B/E pallet (26 total). This involves some FMS to Denmark.

General Dynamics received $8,990,973 for ongoing acquisition of the weapons systems shipboard development, integration requirements, and shipboard engineering for refueling support for the U.S. and the UK Trident II D5 missile program. This is a sole source acquisition negotiated under 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $8,675,877 for contractor field support for PAC-3 missile. This involves some FMS to Taiwan.

Lockheed Martin received $124,600,000 for Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) ground components. This provides the U.S. government THAAD launchers, peculiar support equipment, THAAD fire control and communication spares, and launcher spares. This was a sole-source acquisition and one offer was received.

Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. (MTSI) received $25,472,255 for modeling, simulation, algorithms and analysis techniques for Missile Defense Concept & Technology Development. MTSI will develop high-fidelity, closed-loop (HFCL) simulations for the broad portfolio of future sensor and interceptor concepts.

Northrop Grumman received $89,951,041 for ICBM Propulsion/Ground/Guidance programs. Work will be at Hill AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $12,597,184 for ICBM Operational Software Sustainment Program (IOSSP). This provides sustainment of the IOSSP of the ICBM weapon system under the ICBM partial bridge contract at Hill AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $7,627,500 for hardware qualification and production required for the Strategic Systems Programs Shipboard Integration Increment 11 program; hardware and installation for the New START Treaty compliance program; hardware and installation for the Variable Energy Eject Actuator Strategic Systems Programs Alteration; development of the improved missile temperature monitoring capability; and hardware for the UK deep maintenance period. Work performed in 10 locations across the U.S.

Raytheon received $43,991,627 for design, development, and engineering analysis of the AIM-9X Block II Missile System for the U.S. Air Force ($23,620,000; 53.7 percent); U.S. Navy ($8,155,233; 18.5 percent); Turkey ($4,095,000; 9.3 percent); Oman ($2,590,000; 5.9 percent); Belgium ($2,100,000; 4.8 percent); Netherlands ($1,680,000; 3.8 percent); Singapore ($980,000; 2.2 percent); Malaysia ($701,394; 1.6 percent); and Morocco ($70,000; 0.2 percent). This includes replacements for AIM-9X Control Actuation System, inertial measurement unit, electronics unit processor and improvements in insensitive munitions performance in the hardware development and Operational Flight Software versions 9.4X, 9.15X and 10.X.

Raytheon received $21,235,744 to provide AIM-9X Sidewinder mission support and sustainment activities to: U.S. Air Force ($8,511,899; 40.08 percent); U.S. Navy ($8,501,000; 40.03 percent); Singapore ($469,205; 2.21 percent); Australia ($469,205; 2.21 percent); Denmark ($469,205; 2.21 percent); Finland ($469,205; 2.21 percent); Turkey ($469,205; 2.21 percent); SouthKorea ($469,205; 2.21 percent); Switzerland ($469,205; 2.21 percent); SaudiArabia ($469,205; 2.21 percent); and Poland ($469,205; 2.21 percent).

Raytheon received $8,451,000 for Standard Missile-2 (SM-2) and Standard Missile-6 (SM-6) engineering and technical services for the U.S. Navy (84.5) and Japan (15.5 percent). Some work will be performed in Maizura, Japan (11 percent).

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $14,009,069 for advanced materials, components and systems for Anti-Tamper Systems Engineering, Test and Evaluation. Alion shall provide technical, engineering and expertise to perform research, development, test and evaluation utilizing emerging materials, components, and systems for technology protection.

Alion Science & Technology received $14,024,395 to help the Army Research Laboratory with sensors and electron devices. Alion shall provide technical, engineering, and expertise in the application of advanced materials, manufacturing, and testing to sensors and emitters and their components, including the design and integration of systems to incorporate solutions and the use of prognostics and diagnostics to ensure the functionality and effectiveness of those solutions. The work will be performed at Adelphi, MD.

Innovative Scientific Solutions (ISSI) received $45,005,000 for fundamental and applied combustion and component research. ISSI aims to design, fabricate, assemble, instrument and develop apparatus to perform research experiments in the areas of basic flame chemistry, emissions formation, heat transfer-fluid mechanics-combustion interaction, and related fields, as well as develop and test new combustion technologies and components.

Quanterion Solutions Inc. received $25,370,000 to provide services (analytical, expanding knowledge base, research, CBRNE outreach, combating WMD, maintaining the IT readiness and innovation) for operations at Defense Threat Reduction Information Analysis Center (DTRIAC) on Kirtland AFB.

NANOTECHNOLOGY

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $10,027,721 for nanotechnology development and technology transfer. Alion will provide technical, engineering, and expertise in nanotechnology applications in materials, manufacturing and testing.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

ASM Research, Inc. received $20,745,764 for operation and maintenance of the Army Training Requirements & Resources System (ATRRS).  

BGI LLC received $7,899,200 for EC-130H and A-10 aircrew training and courseware development training programs at Davis-Monthan AFB and Moody AFB.

Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma received $11,757,127 for F-15C/E, F-16 and F-22A aircrew training and courseware development at Shaw AFB, Mountain Home AFB, Langley AFB, Nellis AFB, Seymour Johnson AFB, and Hill AFB.

FlightSafety International received $27,471,325 for Gulfstream Pilot/Flight Engineering Training services, providing initial and refresher academic and simulator training, and a variety of technical courses for U.S. Air Force pilots and flight engineers operating the Air Force Gulfstream series aircraft.

Glacial Technical Services (GTS) received $9,751,505 for role players in support of pre-deployment training for the USMC. GTS shall provide a “total turn-key operation” and may utilize foreign language specialists, civilians on the battlefield, and other role players to enhance realism in a simulated theater of operations. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

Milburn Academy Inc. received $7,328,879 to provide foreign language services to U.S. Army Forces Command.

Nova Technologies received $55,000,000 for modification of the fire training system for simulated battlefield training of fire support specialists, joint fire observers and soldiers at the institutional and unit level.

CBRNE

Immediate Response Technologies received $44,959,802 for C2A1 Canister filter component of the M40A1/M42 field and combat vehicle chemical biological mask.

Veteran Corps of America received $10,070,960 for TruDefender FTX Handheld Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) for chemical identification. VCOA will provide rugged handheld FTIR chemical identification system, including one-year warranty and support, on-site training (one four-hour course per instrument for up to 10 students). Work will be at Tyndall AFB.

FUEL & ENERGY

Associated Petroleum Products Inc. received $6,716,271 and Brad Hall & Associates received $8,649,152 for ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel.

BioUrja Trading received $72,705,120; BP received $59,079,000; Calumet Montana Refining received $9,474,317; Chevron received $104,455,466; Epic Aviation LLC received $12,002,258; Equilon Enterprises (doing business as Shell Oil Products US) received $349,749,657; Hawaii Independent Energy received $163,945,596; Petro Star Inc. received $168,337,222; Phillips 66 received $33,490,878; and Western Refining Company received $141,583,656 for aviation turbine fuel.

Claro Company Inc. received $6,896,162 for the repair of power lines on Shaw AFB.

Chevron received $9,355,150 for lubricating engine oil.

ExxonMobile received $373,923,333 for aviation turbine fuel and naval fuel. Valero received $491,703,924 for aviation turbine fuel and naval fuel.

GE received $58,400,000 for an energy recirculation system at the Naval Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Building 633. Work will be performed in Philadelphia.

Graybar Electric Company, Inc. received $16,600,000 for prime vendor maintenance, repair, and operations support for the Northeast region, zone two. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Voith Hydro received $21,920,646 for major rehabilitation of turbine units 1 and 2 at Denison Dam Power Plant, Denison, TX to design, manufacture, test and install 2 Francis turbine runner assemblies, including spare parts, tools and lifting devices.

MEDICINE & SAFETY

Abbott Laboratories Inc. received $19,540,180 for assessing and verifying TBI biomarkers to be used in the detection of mild TBI and to develop the assays for brain injury on a commercial device (Abbott i-Stat®), already in use in the military health system. One bid was solicited and one received.

A-Dec Inc. received $48,250,000 for medical items and accessories. Arthrex Inc. received $255,000,000 for medical items and accessories.

Battelle Memorial Institute received $6,577,033 for work on the Dialysis-Like Therapeutics (DLT) Integration program.

Concurrent Technologies Corp.; Consolidated Safety Service Inc.; and URS Group Inc. received a combined $78,554,443 to provide industrial hygiene support services for the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED).

Crash Rescue Equipment Service, Inc. received $11,330,244 for fire truck overhaul and repair in Dallas, TX.

Dental Health Products Inc. received $9,250,000 for dental and medical equipment. Dentsply Caulk received $21,000,000 for distribution of general dental supplies.

Dove Medical Supply LLC received $25,000,000 for laboratory supplies. Draeger Medical, Inc. received $60,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems and components.

Franklin Government Services; Loyal Source Government Services; QuarterLine Consulting Services; The Royster Group, Inc.; and Saratoga Medical Center, Inc. received a total $44,245,993 for physician services around the U.S.

Ichor Medical Systems received $8,640,535 for development and clinical assessment of a DNA-based antibody delivery platform for passive immunoprophylaxis. Work will be in San Diego, CA.

Johnson Controls BAS; Evergreen Fire Alarms LLC; and exp Federal Inc. received a combined $2,500,000,000 for utility monitoring & control and similar systems.

Life Technology Corp. received $9,100,000 to acquire reagents and consumable supplies for the DNA Identification Laboratory at the Armed Forces Medical Examiners System, Dover AFB.

MedTrust LLC received $20,746,039 for extension of specialized nursing services at San Antonio Military Medical Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston (JBSA-FSH), and Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland AFB.

Philips Healthcare received $17,924,500 for biomedical equipment maintenance at various Air Force and Army treatment facilities.

Shelby Group International, Inc. received $7,000,000 for optical frames.

TRANSPORTATION 

For international ocean and intermodal distribution services, the following companies received: Maersk Line Ltd. ($524,715,094); American President Lines Ltd. ($445,421,902); Farrell Lines Inc. ($141,326,919); American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier LLC ($138,236,665); Liberty Global Logistics LLC ($90,428,969); Hapag-Lloyd USA ($84,616,444); Central Gulf Lines Inc. ($35,555,037); Foss International Inc. ($12,512,210); and Matson Navigation Company Inc. ($9,645,286);

For domestic and international segments of total delivery services, the following companies received: FedEx ($617,329,567); UPS ($617,329,567); Alaska Airlines ($203,365,417); National Air Cargo Group, Inc. ($203,365,417); and Polar Air Cargo ($203,365,417).

FedEx received $51,159,567 for over-packing and transportation of perishable subsistence to the Pacific Region in support of the Defense Commissary Agency and Defense Logistics Agency.

ENVIRONMENT

AGEISS Inc.; Cti-Urs Environmental Services; Stell Environmental Enterprises; Trieco Environmental JV; Trinity Analysis & Development Corp.; and PB&A/ECATS/Dial Cordy JV received $60,000,000 for environmental consulting services.

The Atlantic Group received $9,000,000 for surveying and mapping of shallow water habitat, floodplain changes and vegetation cover at nationwide locations.

Burleson Consulting Inc. received $7,000,000 to restore and monitor the natural habitat at Ft. Ord.

CAPE Environmental Management, Inc. received $12,500,000 for environmental remedial action services at various sites within NAVFAC Pacific.

Clover Leaf Solutions, Inc.; Gulf South Research Corp.; JESCO Environmental & Geotechnical Services; and Quaternary Resource Investigations received a combined $30,000,000 for environmental consulting services for projects within the Southwest Division or projects assigned to the Southwest Division.

Geomorph Information Systems; Gulf South Research Corporation; Hercules JV; and Vernadero Group Inc. received a combined $50,000,000 for natural resources related services (includes research, botanical, ornithological, mammal, amphibian, reptile and vertebrate surveys, wetland delineations, biological monitoring, natural resources plans, native plant community planning and restoration, wild land erosion control plans, fire management plans, analysis of the effects of military training or similar extensive land uses on natural resources at species, community, and landscape scale, geographic information system, research on natural resource related topics, and preparation of interpretive materials on natural resources) at various Navy and Marine Corps installations within NAVFAC Southwest.

Hesco Bastion, Inc. received $8,792,000 for partially textile-lined gabion baskets, refurbishment of said baskets, and technical advisory for the National Flood Fight Center (PDF), Rock Island, IL.

HGS Engineering, Inc.; Redhorse Corporation; and Environmental Research Group received $30,000,000 for environmental consulting services.

L.P.C. & D. Inc. (Las Piedras, Puerto Rico) received $18,600,000 for construction of a U-framed concrete stilling basin, transition channel and chute. Work also includes the removal of existing steel piling grade control structure, clearing and grubbing, demolition, offsite disposal, seeding, turbidity, environmental, and endangered species monitoring. Work will be performed in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Tetra Tech received $11,905,740 for desert tortoise pre-translocation analyses at Twentynine Palms. Work provides: pre-translocation analyses including clearance-level surveys; health assessments; apply radio transmitters; perform radio telemetry monitoring and activity movement analyses; establish long term monitoring plots; and evaluate the initial density, demography, habitat and disease status of desert tortoises at these plots. TT shall also construct barrier fences, repatriation pens, and holding pens for the desert tortoises.

FOOD SERVICES

DNO Inc. received $18,974,716 for fresh fruit and vegetables. The Produce Connection received $7,912,228 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

Sopakco Packaging received $23,874,720 for tailored operational training meals. The Wornick Company received $12,919,200 for tailored operational training meals.

Sysco received $10,650,000 for food and beverages. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Sysco received $30,500,000 for food and beverages. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Sysco received $281,250,000 for food and beverages.

US Foods received $16,450,000 and $9,000,000 for food. The former was a sole-source acquisition. US Foods received $17,250,000 for food. US Foods, Inc. received $23,250,000 for food and beverages. This was a sole-source acquisition. US Foods received $36,666,667 for food and beverages.

Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services (Austin, TX) received $22,964,268 for food service to 13 dining facilities, one flight kitchen, and two warehouses. Work will be performed at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland; Lackland Training Annex; and Camp Bullis, TX.

BASE SUPPORT & LOGISTICS

Accenture Federal Services received $6,737,530 for development, testing, and implementation of the Electronic Technical Work Document (eTWD) system solution. The eTWD solution will replace the current paper-driven instructions and processes at the naval shipyards by using technology to integrate work instructions, drawings, data tables, verification signatures, problem resolution and work control forms into an online certifiable technical work document. Work will be performed in Kittery, ME.

Accenture received $7,265,958 for onsite support and change requests for General Fund Enterprise Systems.

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $25,172,296 for technical analysis, logistics and sustainment for USMC Headquarters.

American Water Operations & Maintenance, Inc. received $296,750,180 to assume ownership, operation, and maintenance of the potable and service water and wastewater utility systems.

ATAP Inc.; Advanced Technology Systems Company; Boneal Inc.; Charleston Logistics LLC. and Tec-Masters Inc. received $231,000,000 to provide services necessary to source, acquire and ensure delivery of a broad range of support equipment items, on demand, to the warfighter. Most of the work is to manage and leverage the supply chain for the scope of this contract, which encompasses approximately 3,000 national stock numbers. This is 100 percent small business set-aside acquisition. 25 percent will support FMS -- the first orders are for Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Indonesia and Thailand.

BAE Systems received $65,000,000 for analysis and support, research and development, procurement and production, and sustainment for Program Manager for Special Programs office.

CACI received $7,399,219 and Professional Analysis Inc. received $6,740,525 for worldwide logistics service, including: support requirements for fleet logistics operations; enterprise-wide facilities and Global Shore Infrastructure Plan management; acquisition logistics; sustainment logistics; logistics systems and data management; Combat Logistics Force load management; ordnance management; and supply chain management.

Cassidian SAS (Elancourt, France) received $98,000,000 for support and sustainment of the Eagle Vision Data Acquisition Segment (DAS). The sustainment effort includes systems support, telephone support, software/hardware maintenance, onsite/emergency support, security accreditation, configuration management, sustaining engineering, spare management, sustainment training and overall program management. Support includes sustaining engineering, technical refresh, and the procurement of additional DAS systems.

CB&I Federal Services LLC received $7,112,683 for all labor, personnel, supervision, administration, material, equipment, tools, and transportation necessary, to perform Public Works functions at Fort Wainwright/Donnell, Alaska, and Yukon/Black Rapids, Alaska.

Cherokee Nation Red Wing; International Logistics Group; and Precision Air Inc. received a combined $57,000,000 to provide services necessary to source, acquire and ensure delivery of a broad range of support equipment items, on demand, to the warfighter. Most of the work is to manage and leverage the supply chain for the scope of this contract, which encompasses approximately 3,000 national stock numbers (NSNs). 25 percent of this funding supports FMS to South Korea and Chile.

The Concourse Group LLC received $29,000,000 for professional services in support of the Department of Navy’s Public Private Venture Program. Work provides for all aspects of special venture acquisitions, including family and unaccompanied housing public private ventures, enhanced use leasing, and other public-private venture opportunities such as energy, utilities, and lodging.

G4S received $63,561,125 for base operations services at U.S. Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia -- management and admin; command and staff; public safety; air operations; port operations; supply; MWR; galley; bachelor quarters; facilities support; utilities; base support vehicles and equipment; and environmental to provide integrated Base Operating Services.

G4S received $24,435,969 for base operating services at Naval Base Guantánamo Bay -- family housing, facility management & investment, swimming pool care, custodial, pest control, integrated solid waste management, grounds maintenance and landscaping, etc.

Honeywell Technology Solutions received $71,979,673 for prepositioning and USMC logistics support for Blount Island Command. Work will be performed at the Blount Island Command Jacksonville, Florida (85 percent); aboard 12 maritime prepositioning ships (12 percent); 6 locations in Norway (2 percent); and one location in Kuwait (1 percent).

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $21,143,345 to provide engineering and technology acquisition support services which consist of disciplined systems/specialty engineering and technical/information assurance services, support, and products using established government, contractor, and industry processes. Work will be at Hanscom AFB, Washington, DC, Tinker AFB, Langley AFB, Wright-Patterson AFB, Robins AFB, Peterson AFB, and Offutt AFB. This is the result of a sole source acquisition.

MCR Federal, LLC received $15,481,427 for financial management and analysis, program cost analysis, operational cost analysis, billing rate development, billing and revenue, resource advisor (budget), command initiatives and business processes, financial systems analyst familiar with configuration and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Financial Improvement Audit Readiness, quality assurance/internal controls, accounting analysis, and analytical expertise using data analysis tools for data marts and cubes to analyze financial and logistics information. Work will be performed at Scott AFB.

MicroPact, Inc. received $12,989,520 for the Naval Justice Information System (PDF), which will provide enterprise support to U.S. Navy and USMC criminal justice case management and reporting. NJIS will enable end-to-end case management and incident reporting capabilities for law enforcement, investigations, command actions, corrections and judicial actions. This program includes replacement and retirement of the Consolidated Law Enforcement Operations Center, Corrections Management Information, Case Management systems. It migrates all legacy data from those systems into the NJIS database. Work is in Quantico, VA.

Noble Supply & Logistics received $410,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations tailored logistics support for the Southeast region, zone two.

SAIC received $19,000,000 for prime vendor maintenance, repair, and operations support for the Northeast region, zone one. This was a sole-source acquisition.

SupplyCore received $350,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations tailored logistics support for the Southeast region, zone one.

Trailboss Enterprises, Inc. received $17,963,792 for base operation support services at Forward Operating Location-Curaçao. Trailboss is responsible for program management and mission support, including aircraft equipment/servicing; maintenance and repair, meeting environmental standards, civil engineering support, fire protection, utilities, comms network support, logistics, services support of lodging and custodial, ops support, airfield operations and management.

TSI Corporation received $15,000,000 for professional administrative services, general trade and transportation services to support the U.S. National Guard.

CONSTRUCTION

Absher-Bethel JV received $33,061,944 for design/construction of a 168-person dormitory at Eielson AFB.

Alutiiq Manufacturing Contracts received $11,478,761 to repair the main apron access and alert pavements at Buckley AFB.

American Contractor & Technology; Can't Be Beat Fence & Construction; Core Engineering & Construction; Double H Contracting; Drace Construction; Fairley Construction; Flagstar Construction Company; Gottfried Contracting; The Green-Simmons Company; Gulf Pacific Contracting; Hanco Corp.; Hernandez Consulting; Holliday Construction; J & J Contractors, Inc.; J & S Construction Company; J. O. Collins Contractor; J. W. Puckett & Company; Jay-Van Co.; Johnson-Laux Construction; Larry J. Sumrall Contractors; Laws Construction LLC; LHT Services; Mac's Construction Co. Inc.; Multi-Con, Inc.; Northwind Engineering, LLC; OAC Action Construction; Orocon Construction; RAF Contracting Inc.; RDT Semper Tek JV; ReflecTech, Inc.; Southeast Cherokee Construction, Inc.; Stewart Development, LLC.; Tony Watson Electric, Inc.; Tradesmen Group, Inc.; Tri-Star Mechanical Contractors; Universal Services, LLC.; and W. B. Construction & Sons, Inc. received $555,000,000 (37 contracts, $15 million each) for design, maintenance, repair, and construction for Mississippi’s National Guard.

AMG S&P JV; AWA Wilson JV; Whitesell-Green Inc.; JSR ECC LLC; SGS LLC; and Solis Constructors Inc. received $537,840,000 for construction services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern and Southwestern Fort Worth divisions.

Archer Western Federal JV received $36,998,000 to design and construct an attack/assault/cavalry hangar for rotary-wing aircraft at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Ayuda Management Corp.; Bristol General Contractors, LLC; Cherokee General; Global Engineering & Construction, LLC; JSR, Inc.; and Zieson Construction Co. received $49,000,000 for construction for the Army Corps of Engineers, Ft. Hood.

Baldi Bros. Inc. received $21,137,286 for airfield pavement repairs at NAWS China Lake.

Baldi Bros.; CJW Construction, Inc.; Granite Construction Company; Marathon Construction Corporation; and Reyes Construction, Inc. received a combined $99,000,000 for new construction, repair and renovation of heavy horizontal and civil engineering construction projects at various locations within the NAVFAC Southwest.

Boh Bros. Construction Co. received $116,956,672 for the Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project's widening of the Florida Avenue Canal, Phase II and III, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.

Bristol General Contractors; Grancor Enterprises Inc.; JWC CMS JV; Rocky Mountain Excavating Inc.; and Sheffield Korte JV received $49,000,000 for construction in the Albuquerque District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Caddell Construction Co. (Delaware), LLC received $110,809,000 for construction of nuclear power training facilities at Joint Base Charleston.

Carothers Construction; Archer Western Construction; Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractors; Hensel Phelps Construction; and M.A. Mortenson Construction received a combined $240,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast. Work provides for primarily general building type projects (new construction, renovation, alteration, demolition, and repair work) including industrial, airfield, aircraft hangar, aircraft traffic control, infrastructure, admin, training, dorm, and community support facilities for DOD activities.

CJW Construction Inc.; Environet Inc.; Idaho Stage Construction; Jarrett Construction; PentaCon LLC; and RHD Enterprises Inc. received a collective $99,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

Drace Anderson JV received $12,536,888 for construction of an aircraft crash/rescue and fire station headquarters at NAS Key West.

ESI Construction Corp received $7,175,897 for restoring Turkey Creek Channel phase 3, construction project in Kansas City.

Global Engineering & Construction; John J. Kirlin Special Projects; J&J Worldwide Services; and Pioneer Contracting Co. received $49,000,000 for healthcare facility repair and construction for the Pacific Regional Medical Command.

Glover Construction Co. received $12,680,000 for phase four construction of a landfill at Camp Lejeune.

Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood; Smith Seckman Reid Inc.; CH2M Hill Inc.; and C2RL Engineering Inc. received $10,000,000 for architect/engineering services for the Tennessee Air National Guard and the Tennessee Army National Guard.

HDR Engineering Inc.; HCS Group P.C.; Thompson Engineering Inc.; Patriot Design LLC-A Fort Hill HCS Group JV; and Baskerville-Donovan Inc. received $36,000,000 for architect and engineering services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers design program for the Mobile District’s Central, South America, Caribbean, and South Atlantic Division.

Joseph B. Fay Co. received $58,578,541 for construction of the Charleroi Locks and Dam river chamber completion, monoliths M-22 to M-27, Monongahela River, PA.

Kiewit Infrastructure South Co. received $26,977,306 to construct the Canton Dam auxiliary spillway at Canton Lake, Canton, OK.

Korte Construction Company received $23,800,000 for design and construction of the EA-18G Facility Upgrades at NAS Whidbey Island.

Layne Christensen Co. received $132,504,348 for wall rehabilitation construction, East Branch cutoff, East Branch Clarion River Lake, Wilcox, PA.

Leo A. Daly Co. received $30,000,000 for architecture/engineering in NAVFAC Southeast.

MACKNAK Korte Group received $7,143,462 for design and construction of the air support operations center expansion at Ft. Campbell.

Moorhead Brothers, Inc. received $9,800,000 for Joint Base Charleston paving maintenance.

Northview Enterprises, Inc.; Semper Tek, Inc.; Leebcor Services, LLC; AAECON General Contracting, LLC; and Starlight-ENET JV received $160,000,000 for construction services within the Louisville district mission boundaries.

Odyssey International Inc. received $15,000,000 for construction, renovation, maintenance and repair at Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, PA.

Old Veteran Construction Inc. received $14,988,000 for design and construction of a Reserve training center and admin facility at Marine Corps Reserve Training Center Belton.

Orocon–Carothers, JV1 received $28,370,000 for renovation and repairs of Building 603, Saufley Field, at NAS Pensacola.

Security Construction Services, Inc.; Meridian Construction Corp.; J.C.N. Construction Co., Inc.; Ironclad Services, Inc.; CCB, Inc.; CPM Constructors; Maron Construction Co.; Cornerstone Construction Services; Turnstone Corp.; Classic Site Solutions; Ricci Construction Co.; CMGC Catamount LLC; Aulson Co. Inc.; Cutter Enterprises; and Benaka Inc. received $10,000,000 EACH for sustainment/repair and maintenance, and military construction projects of various size and value for the National Guard, Pease Air National Guard Base, Concord Military Reservation, and all armories throughout New Hampshire.

Solpac Construction Inc. received $6,779,000 for restoration, modernization, and reconfiguration at the Restore Ophthalmology Department at Naval Medical Center San Diego.

Southeast Cherokee Construction received $8,050,000 to renovate National Guard Building 495 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Swinerton Builders received $57,611,751 for construction of the 4th ID, Combat Aviation Brigade, General Support Aviation Battalion maintenance hangar at Ft. Carson.

Swinerton Builders received $53,699,643 to design/ build a distributed common ground support operations facility at Beale AFB.

TCC-NLC JV; Ancor Inc.; and Orion Construction received $15,000,000 for facility repair and renewal at various military installations in Alaska.

Thompson Engineering received $8,000,000 for construction management, Mobile District and South Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Vali Cooper International received $7,000,000 for construction management in the Mobile District and South Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Watts Constructors received $14,500,000 to construct a railcar complex at Dry Dock Five, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility.

Whiting-Turner Contracting; Robins & Morton Group; Turner Construction; United Excel Corp.; John J. Kirlin Special Projects; and DMCA, Inc. received $49,000,000 for healthcare and laboratory facility repair and construction for the U.S. Army Medical Research & Materiel Command.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $8,564,000 for maintenance dredging along the Hudson River.

Kiewit-Pittman JV received $65,794,195 for dredging a new bypass channel; constructing a new flood gate and supporting structures with associated mechanical and electrical systems; and the demolition of existing systems for the Bank Back Levee, Empire Floodgate, in Plaquemines Parish, LA.

Kokosing Construction Company/O’Brien & Gere, JV received $11,363,568 for 24-hours-a-day/seven-days-a-week confined disposal facility operations that include extensive on-site air monitoring, water treatment management services, dredging material disposal, and related services at the Indiana harbor and canal disposal facility.

Manson Construction Co. received $24,000,000 for maintenance dredging of mobile district bar channels in Alabama, Mississippi and Florida.

Mike Hooks, Inc. received $19,530,000 for maintenance dredging Calcasieu River and pass, mile 5.0 to mile 15.0, and Sabine Unit 1A and Devil’s Elbow, in Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes, LA.

Norfolk Dredging received $9,501,000 for dredging the Delaware River. Norfolk Dredging received $18,784,248 for dredging in Baltimore harbor and Chesapeake Bay, MD.

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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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