BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for September 2014: Part I

DOD spent $32,510,210,101+ on 693 individual contracts in September 2014

The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Our project distills an entire month of these contracts into an accessible form.

The Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $32,510,210,101 on 693 individual contracts during September 2014.

REMOTELY PILOTED MACHINES

KEYW Corp. received $38,000,000 for R&D assisting the Layer Sensor Exploitation Division at the AFRL in developing new C4ISR systems to exploit existing sensors of all kinds – target recognition, tracking, fusion, sensor management (autonomy) and registration.

General Atomics received $11,117,672 for engines and logistics for the Gray Eagle.

General Atomics received $13,630,641 for Blue Box High Definition hardware and development. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Atomics received $38,907,316 for 62 ground data terminals, 50 MQ-9 C-Bands diplexer kits, spares and support equipment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Atomics received $40,906,190 for development of requirements description documents for the MQ-9 Block 1 UAS and the MQ-9 Reaper Block 5 UAS with the 904.6.0 system/software release. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Hydroid Inc. received $8,270,607 for engineering services and technical expertise for the development, testing, and installation of pre-planned product improvements for the MK 18 Family of Systems Unmanned Underwater Vehicle.

L-3 Communications received $23,115,046 for satellite communications terminals, Predator modem assembly, remote split operations racks, 70 MHz-to-fiber optic converters, and test and monitor subsystems. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L3 Communications received $6,850,000 for Predator Mission Aircrew Training Systems (PMATS) development and upgrades to the existing baseline. Work will be performed at Arlington, TX, and Creech AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $33,872,569 for International Maritime Satellite/Communication Security upgrade retrofit to the entire USAF Global Hawk air vehicle fleet, ground systems and spares.

Northrop Grumman received $78,066,102 for initial Global Hawk Block 40 spare parts. Work will be performed at Robins AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon (MTS-B PDF) received $13,214,320 for gimbals. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Robotic Research, LLC received $9,611,149 for mapping, investigating, navigation, and targeting using advanced robotics architecture and system technology.

SRI International received $24,741,566 for support of the Desert Owl program and to provide continued operations, sustainment, and integration of aircraft platforms configured to host a suite of sensors deployed in support of OEF.

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

BAE Systems received $7,672,503 for work on an engineering change proposal for the Digital Electronic Warfare System for Saudi Arabia. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $43,293,745 to provide Saudi Arabia’s military with consulting, intensive management, logistics support, and contracting support.  This will take place inside the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.  Also, an office will be established in Saudi Arabia for local purchasing and hires to sustain the fleet of Abrams tanks.

Frontier Performance Polymers Corp. received $7,227,893 to provide Taiwan with MK12-3 polyurethane plug, a component of the MK67 propelling charge.

Hawker Beechcraft Corp. received $16,625,317 for logistics support on the Iraq Peace Dragon King Air 350 Program.

Hellfire Systems LLC received $68,721,521 to provide Iraq, Jordan, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Qatar with 1,361 Hellfire II tactical missiles in containers and air-to ground missiles: model AGM-114R, AGM-114R-3, AGM-114P-4A, TGM M36E7, and ATM-114Q-6.

Insitu, Inc. received $6,757,764 to provide the Czech Republic one ScanEagle System. The system consists of seven ScanEagle electro-optics and three ScanEagle infrared unmanned air systems.

Insitu Inc. received $10,976,866 to provide Yemen with one ScanEagle System, which consists of nine ScanEagle Electro-Optics and three ScanEagle Infra-red UAVs. This also provides 12-month/3,600 flight-hour sustainment (with testing, spares, manuals, and training, site activation team, field service representative; and force protection). Some work will be in and Sana’a (50 percent).

L-3 Communications received $10,092,484 to provide Australia with C-27J aircrew and maintenance training. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $60,000,000 to provide Japan with long lead parts, materials and components in support of four additional F-35A Air Systems.

Lockheed Martin received $11,090,210 to provide the UAE with THAAD spares. This delivers single missile transportation containers, support equipment, fire control and communication spares, and launcher spares.

MD Helicopters, Inc. received $35,670,600 to provide Afghanistan 12 rotary wing primary trainer MD 530F aircraft. Work will be performed in Mesa, AZ.

Nammo Talley Inc. received $63,000,000 to provide Israel M72 Light Assault Weapons and variants.

Northrop Grumman received $8,496,555 to provide the UK with thirteen Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) small laser transmitter assemblies.

Petromax, LLC received $45,693,862 to provide Israel with automotive gasoline. Valero received $324,925,809 to provide Israel with aviation turbine fuel.

Sikorsky received $203,569,092 to provide Mexico with 18 green UH-60M Blackhawks and 18 “FMS green government furnished property to contractor furnished property.”

Sikorsky received $93,250,000 to provide Mexico eight uniquely configured UH-60M aircraft and other support equipment and services. One bid was solicited and one received.

Swiftships Shipbuilding, LLC received $18,000,000 to provide Iraq with continuous naval lifecycle support – maintenance expertise emergent repairs, and platform overhaul for patrol boats, off-shore vessels, and defender boats. Work will be performed on Umm Qasr Naval Base, Iraq. This was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4). Per FAR 6.302-4(a)(2).

Telephonics Corp. received $14,845,476 to manufacture and install 13 Mark XII/A All-Mode IFF Interrogator Systems on Sweden’s Long Range Air Defense Chain.  This includes seven Interrogator Systems for Swedish Navy's Visby Class Corvettes in accordance with DOD’s Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System IFF AIMS standards. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Textron received $15,221,528 to provide Bulgaria with mobile strike force vehicles, related fielding hardware, and technical services. The Bulgarian National Military Forces, deployed in support of ISAF, will use these vehicles in Afghanistan. One bid was solicited, with one received.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

GSD&M (Austin, TX) received $41,000,000 for U.S. Air Force national advertising and Marketing Services.

AFGHANISTAN

A-T Solutions, Inc. received $9,016,253 for “freedom of maneuver for the Afghan national security forces programs.” A-T will “develop and assess a spiral development and prototyping approach to expedite integration of technical and operational information.” Programs “integrate tactical training and technologies for host nation forces that support counter-IED operations in Afghanistan.” Work will be performed in Afghanistan ($7,573,652; 84 percent) and Fredericksburg, Virginia ($1,442,600; 16 percent).

Berger Cummins JV received $16,868,019 for Bagram Airfield Base 56MW operations and maintenance.

USAFRICOM

Atlantic Diving Supply, Inc. received $48,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations tailored logistics support for the Africa region, zone 1. Using services are Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and “civilian agencies.”

Bukkehave, Inc. received $14,589,570 to provide Burkina Faso, Burundi, Chad, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Tunisia, and Uganda heavy-duty truck variants (left and right hand drive). Items include flatbed truck, general transport (personnel carrier) truck, water-tank truck, fuel-tank truck, and common spare parts.

Bukkehave, Inc. received $11,607,670 to provide Burkina Faso, Burundi, Chad, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Tunisia and Uganda with Toyota Land Cruiser truck variants (in both left-hand drive and right-hand drive): 2-door pickup, 4-door pickup, sport utility vehicle, ambulance, mobile maintenance truck, and common spare parts.  For more information about USAFRICOM, see Nick Turse’s reportage.

Cessna Aircraft Co. received $13,674,035 to provide USAFRICOM with three Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EXs, one aircrew training device, spares (including a spare aircraft engine), and training “in support of counterterrorism measures in Niger, Kenya and Mauritania.” This is a sole-source acquisition. “This contract involves pseudo FMS in conjunction with Section 1206 [PDF] funding.”

KBR Services, Inc. received $50,000,000 for construction projects located in Djibouti, Africa, areas managed by NAVFAC Europe Africa Southwest Asia [EURAFSWA PDF]. Work includes renovations, repairs, maintenance, replacement, alterations, demolition in Djibouti.

Noble Supply & Logistics received $57,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations tailored logistics support for the Africa region, zone 2. Using services are Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and “civilian agencies.”

Scitor Corporation received $25,063,344 for high-altitude light detection and ranging off-nadir experimentation that includes technology demonstrations and assessments for counter insurgency operations to meet the objectives to advance high-altitude off-nadir data collections. Work will be in Djibouti (65 percent) and Baltimore, MD (35 percent). One bid was solicited, with one received.

USSOUTHCOM

Airtec, Inc. received $12,485,799 to provide operations, maintenance, and developmental test and evaluation services on a contractor-owned/contractor-operated Bombardier DHC-8/200 multi-sensor aircraft in support of the USSOUTHCOM flight missions. Work will be performed in Bogota, Colombia. This was non-competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

USSOCOM

K.O.O. Construction, Inc. received $12,489,000 for design and construction of a Close Quarters Combat & Dynamic Shooting Facility at Camp Michael Monsoor.

NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corp. received $8,180,100 for work on: Precision High Altitude Sonobuoy Emplacement; LADAR Identification Demonstration, and Low-Cost ISR UAV. This provides the development, test, and evaluation of advanced intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance sensors, as well as enhanced surveillance capabilities to the deployed warfighter that can be integrated into existing naval platforms to support USSOCOM.

NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corp. received $8,597,356 for work on: Precision High Altitude Sonobuoy Emplacement; Air-Deployable Expendable Multi-Parameter Environmental Probe; and Low Cost ISR UAV.  NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corp. received $12,296,784 for work on: Laser Radar Laser Detection & Ranging Identification Demonstration; Air-Deployable Expendable Multi-Parameter Environmental Probe; and Low Cost ISR UAV.

RQ Construction, LLC received $24,290,000 for design and construction of Special Operations Forces Indoor Dynamic Shooting Range Facility at Naval Base Coronado. The facility will be constructed as two buildings: one-story indoor dynamic shooting range and one-story administrative building.

ViaSat Inc. (Carlsbad, CA) received $50,000,000 for NSA Type 1 certified High Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptor devices, and associated ancillary items for various Special Operations Forces deployable nodes and product distribution systems satellite systems. This was a sole-source acquisition per FAR 6.302-1.

DARPA

AeroVironment Inc. (Monrovia, CA) received $19,035,007 and Northrop Grumman received $19,267,875 for work on DARPA’s Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node (TERN) program.

Leidos, Inc. received $6,547,341 to provide DARPA with innovative R&D in the area of Heterogeneous Networking and Advanced Communication Technologies Development.

NEXGEN Communications LLC received $10,740,878 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for hardware and software. Contractor will develop application-specific integrated circuit and radio frequency integrated circuit technologies to support the radio frequency and signal processing requirements of DARPA’s Communications in Contested Environments program.

ACADEMIA

The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) received $12,102,856 for engineering services supporting the engineering directorate on the work statement Advanced Weapon System and Manufacturing Technologies.

Charles Stark Draper Laboratories, Inc. received $10,180,016 for: engineering to develop and evaluate concepts to improve test equipment availability, reliability and maintainability in support of existing Trident II (D-5) weapon systems; test and evaluate MK6 MOD 1 engineering development units and preproduction units systems; research Trident (D-5) guidance and reentry technology; knowledge and support for hypersonic guidance, navigation and control applications utilizing an integrated avionics computer and GPS. This was sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. received $6,819,823 for Air National Guard Developmental Engineering for Integrated Sensors. This provides threat system modeling and simulation roadmaps; engineering studies to identify investment alternatives; and generation of system roadmaps with investment strategies.

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. received $11,982,586 for university affiliated research center follow-up for radar related R&D. One bid was solicited, with one received.

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. received $16,988,225 for Advanced Automated Tactical Communications aircraft and electronic warfare system engineering and test. Georgia Tech will provide identification, generation, evaluation, test and documentation of modernization solutions to address modernization requirements for aircraft, sensors and support systems.

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. received $25,000,000 for Communications Electronics Command, Software Engineering Center, Army Reprogramming Analysis Team multispectral sensor research and development. Georgia Tech will establish a framework to conduct threat analysis, mission software development, modeling and simulations, validating and support of electronic warfare systems across multiple sensor spectrums.

RAND Corp. received $8,465,000 for 20 add-on independent studies to the RAND Arroyo Federally Funded Research & Development Center.

TT Government Solution, Inc. received $48,500,000 for R&D performed under the cyber security collaborative research alliance. Army Contracting Command, Research Triangle Park Division, Research Triangle Park, NC, is the contracting activity.

University of Dayton Research Institute received $42,000,000 for advanced behavior and life prediction of aerospace materials program at Wright-Patterson AFB.

University of Southern California received $7,685,884 to develop a mission-driven, domain-specific indexing and search system that will harvest and harmonize heterogeneous and obfuscated data to extract key elements of knowledge.

University of Southern California received $141,000,000 for R&D and other activities within the approved modeling and simulation core competencies in the areas of training, education, operations, health and other arenas where research, technologies and methodologies may be applied.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)

Alion Science & Technology received $49,928,409 to provide application of materials, manufacturing and testing to increase supportability, survivability, producibility and affordability of the F-35 program. AS&T will also evaluate system performance, perform root cause analyses and identify failure modes or other component deficiencies.

Lockheed Martin received $24,868,359 to realign and increase concurrency funding for post-production concurrency changes to LRIP Lot VI F-35 aircraft. Work will be performed in Ft. Worth, TX.

Lockheed Martin received $246,613,000 to develop, test, and certify two Drag Chute Systems for LRIP Lot VII F-35 in Ft. Worth, TX (70%), and Edwards AFB (30%).

Lockheed Martin received $331,408,457 for F-35 non-recurring items, including special tooling, test equipment items and software lab upgrades for the USAF ($112,965,518; 34 percent); U.S. Navy ($56,482,759; 17 percent); the USMC ($56,482,759; 17 percent); international partners ($61,038,399; 19 percent); and unnamed FMS ($44,439,022; 13 percent).

Pratt & Whitney received $84,807,628 for non-recurring production and spare parts for LRIP VII F135 propulsion systems for USMC ($27,673,047; 33 percent); USAF ($27,577,967; 32 percent); U.S. Navy ($11,080,550; 13 percent); and unnamed international partners ($18,476,064; 22 percent). In addition, this funding procures one whole spare propulsion system, initial spare modules, program administrative labor and engineering assistance.

Pratt & Whitney received $65,566,174 for additional long-lead components, parts and materials associated with the LRIP Lot VIII of eight engines for Italy, including non-recurring engineering, initial spare parts and replenishment parts.  In addition, this funding provides tooling for each of the international partners, initial level spare parts for the USAF, USMC, U.S. Navy and the UK and Norway; and maintenance and replenishment spare parts for USAF, USMC, U.S. Navy and the UK and the Netherlands.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $8,793,486 for depot-level service life extension and remanufacturing activities, including associated maintenance and sustainment of F/A-18E/F aircraft.

Boeing received $9,428,782 for engineering and logistics to improve F/A-18A-F and E/A-18G readiness, expand Interactive Electronic Technical Manual/Structural Repair Manual work packages, and maintenance planning.

Boeing received $14,764,403 for F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G aircraft armament equipment: 342 station control units for the U.S Navy (245) and Australia (97); six Ariel Refueling System (ARS) air probes, six ARS fuel probes, 12 ARS suspension lugs, 11 advanced launch system (ALR) -67 mounting bases, and 11 ALR-67 retainers for the U.S Navy; and 39 centerline feed thru plates for the U.S. Navy (24) and Australia (15). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($10,630,370; 72%) and Australia ($4,134,033; 28%).

Honeywell International, Inc. received $15,711,691 for 197 advanced multi-purpose displays for the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G for the U.S. Navy ($9,747,064; 62 percent) and Australia ($5,964,627; 38 percent). Breakdown: 80 5x5 FWD displays, 75 5x5 AFT displays and 8x10 displays, 52 FWD 5x5 displays, 48 5x5 AFT displays and 24 8x10 displays for the U.S. Navy, and 28 5x5 FWD displays, 27 5x5 AFT displays and 18 8x10 displays for Australia.

L-3 Communications received $16,018,203 for Distributed Mission Operations Mission Package 12/13/14 standards and sustaining updates to the F-16 Mission Training Center. Work will be performed at Arlington, TX.

Raytheon received $9,414,000 for 226 ALE-50 Bravo T3F launchers for U.S. Navy F/A-18 E/F aircraft.

Raytheon received $11,403,294 for repair of 288 radar component units consisting of 18 different weapons repairable assemblies used in F/A-18’s AESA. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(l).

Raytheon received $40,950,000 to provide fifteen AN/APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar Systems for F/A-18 E/F aircraft.

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH

Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc. received $20,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and follow-on technologies – to develop revolutionary and innovative technologies in three years.

Lockheed Martin received $30,000,000; Ohio Aerospace Institute received $20,000,000; and Williams International Co., LLC received $45,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines III [PDF] and beyond – to develop technologies in three years that will permit an order of magnitude increase in turbo-propulsion affordability over Y2K technology.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $45,431,567 for integrating new materials into current PMA 290 systems and introducing new manufacturing processes for future systems.

Aviation Systems Engineering (ASEC) received $8,565,330 for technical, analytical, administrative and material services to Air Test & Evaluation Squadron One (VX1).

Boeing received $293,197,885 for performance-based support across supported platforms.

Boeing received $102,000,000 for full rate production of the Next Generation Automatic Test System.

Boeing received $50,000,000 for multiplatform engineering services on B-1, C-17, F-15, E-3, KC-135 and AGM-86. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $11,757,200 for training specific data storage architecture updates and upgrades in support of the P-8A. Boeingreceived $26,696,492 to retrofit the Data Storage Architecture Update in support of the LRIP Lot I, II, and III of the P-8A Multi-Mission Maritime aircraft. Boeingreceived $43,283,263 for integrated logistics and contractor services in support of the P-8A aircraft.

Boeing received $26,608,670 for depot maintenance and modifications on the E-4B platform in San Antonio, TX.  This is a sole-source acquisition.  Boeingreceived $9,774,956 for engineering services to finalize system requirements of an E-4B low frequency transmit system.

Boeing received $7,347,032 for engineering on the design, development, and testing of four prototype Service Life Extension Program kits for the T-45 aircraft, including the technical data package required for installation.

Boeing received $6,891,545 for landing gear. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Calculex, Inc. received $9,752,281 to support existing airborne data recorders (ADR) for the Air Force Test Center at Eglin AFB. This was a sole-source acquisition.  Telspan Data, LLC received $9,967,063 for data replay systems (DRS) for the Air Force Test Center at Eglin AFB. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Chromalloy Component Services Inc. received $8,149,470 to upgrade and implement Module 13/15 for F-108 engines in support of KC-135 aircraft.

DME Corp.; BAE Systems; Boeing; DRS Test & Energy Management; Lockheed Martin; and Universal Technical Resource Services Inc. received a combined $249,921,506 for engineering services on the Automated Test Systems Division (ATSD) of the Armament Research, Development & Engineering Center (ARDEC).

Doss Aviation, Inc. received $8,362,436 for logistics support of USAF Academy aircraft. Doss will maintain, support, tow, and modify aircraft.

Doss Aviation received $23,480,780 for work on USAF initial flight screening requirements in Pueblo, CA.

Doss Aviation, Inc. received $32,174,550 for advanced instructor pilot support to the 110th Aviation Brigade Support, Ft. Rucker.

EDO/Exelis, Inc. received $8,104,935 for AN/ALQ-161A sustaining engineering services and preprocessor flight software deficiency analysis. Work will be performed at North Amityville, NY, for the B-1. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Exelis, Inc. received $71,498,000 to provide Countermeasures System Operational Flight Program software deficiency analysis, block cycle software support, enhanced maintenance test set software support, original equipment manufacturer system sustaining engineering and maintainability/reliability system line replaceable unit-10 final redesign. This is a sole-source acquisition.

FLIR Systems Incorporated received $15,385,578 for infrared turret assemblies [PDF]. This was a sole-source acquisition.

GE Aviation Systems, LLC received $20,577,894 for forty-two P/N 697039001 propellers and associated spare parts for the C-130J. Work will be performed at Gloucester, United Kingdom. This is a sole-source acquisition.

GKN Aerospace Chem-Tronics Inc. received $9,728,213 for turbine augmenter exhaust nozzle support replenishment spares.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. received $7,134,947 to overhaul C-20 engines. Work will be performed in Lachine, Quebec.

HDR Engineering, Inc. received $9,999,900 for cathodic protection and corrosion control at various locations worldwide.

Impact Instrumentation Inc. received $35,000,000 for airworthy suction apparatus.

Ki Ho Military Acquisition Consulting, Inc. received $31,400,000 to identify developing technologies that can support A-10 missions, and eliminate or minimize operational and/or sustainability gaps. Work will be performed at Hill AFB.

Korean Air Lines Co., LTD. received $46,000,000 for depot support to A-10 aircraft stationed in the Asia/Pacific region. Work will be at KAL's facility in Seoul.

L-3 Communications received $67,318,000 for T-1A logistics, maintenance, data and field service representatives.

L-3 Communications received $35,215,409 for flight ops support at Vance AFB.

L-3 Communications received $31,159,640 for production, modification and integration of ISR capabilities onto three Cessna 208B aircraft, spares and training.

L-3 Communications received $11,961,245 for maintenance, repair, and logistics support for the chief of Naval Air Training Aircraft’s intermediate maintenance departments in NAS Pensacola (60%) and NAS Corpus Christi  (40%).

L-3 Communications received $13,967,277 for a variety of maintenance and logistics support for F/A-18A-F, EA-18G, MH-60S, F-16A/B, and E-2C aircraft, in support of NSAWC at NAS Fallon.

L-3 Communications received $51,763,774 for aircraft maintenance and logistical life cycle support for 53 C-12 aircraft in Winnepeg, Canada (34 percent); San Angelo (34 percent) and Corpus Christi, TX (12 percent); and other locations (20 percent).

Leidos Inc. received $49,403,000 for R&D and to test integrated threat warning and countermeasure response, including missile & laser warning and hostile fire indication at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $6,622,838 for sustainment of the Common Organizational Level Tester. Work will be performed at Orlando, FL.

Lockheed Martin received $6,568,120 to integrate system and Mission Computer software changes into the HC/MC Increment 2 aircraft. Work will be in Marietta, GA.

Lockheed Martin received $7,340,410 for C130J Maintenance & Aircrew Training System – 3 months instruction and logistics at Little Rock, Keesler, and Dyess AFBs.

Lockheed Martin received $9,476,790 to remove and replace F-22 (air intake) inlet coatings at Hill AFB to avert extensive disbond and reversion repairs.

Lockheed Martin received $9,519,633 to supply the C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining program Lot 7 readiness spares package.

Lockheed Martin received $10,030,304 for aircraft countermeasure receivers. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $13,983,000 for aircraft mission computers. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $34,721,663 for C-130J Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) acquisition, integration, and installation. This involves some FMS to Australia.

Lockheed Martin received $56,435,771 for depot partnering activations and partnering assessments in Ft. Worth, TX; Warner Robins, Hill, and Tinker AFBs.

Lockheed Martin received $413,158,693 for advance procurement funding and subsuming advance procurement into full production for purchase of one HC-130J aircraft and six MC-130J aircraft. Work will be performed at Marietta, GA.

Northrop Grumman received $7,213,934 for software sustainment in support of the Full Rate Production Lot 2 E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Program.

Northrop Grumman received $9,600,000 and $1,011,704, for spares and system engineering support. Work will be performed at Buffalo, NY and Eglin AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $19,748,015 for aircraft components and accessories. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $27,988,682 for the LAIRCM C-130 Group A Kits and Installations. Northrop will provide the kits and associated installations to 28 C-130 aircraft (11 AC-130H, 12 MC-130U, and five EC-130J) in Crestview, FL.

Northrop Grumman received $37,667,818 for 241 advanced threat warning sensors in support of the AN/AAQ-24(V)25 Missile Warning System.

Omega Aerial Refueling Services, Inc. (OAR) received $31,251,920 for aircraft services in support of the Contracted Air Services Program, which provides aerial refueling to U.S. Navy, DOD and other government agencies, and FMS aircraft.

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $13,619,978 to overhaul the left- and right-hand Dewar assemblies, which are part of the C-5’s Fire Suppression System.

Raytheon received $18,348,948 for 12 Multi-Spectral Targeting Systems (AN/AAS-54) and spare parts for USAF C-130s.  Work will be performed in McKinney, TX.

Sikorsky received $19,144,382 for maintenance on T-34, T-44, and T-6 aircraft. This provides logistics, including labor, services, facilities, equipment, tools, and related equipment for 36 T-34s, 54 T-44s, 42 T-6As, and 207 T-6B aircraft, based primarily at the NAS Corpus Christi, NAS Whiting Field, and NAS Pensacola.

Stauder Consulting, Inc. received $16,597,866 for the preparation, production, and delivery of 170 AV-8B Airborne Variable Message Format Terminals (AVT). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Textron (AAI Corp.) received $43,600,034 for manufacture and delivery of roughly 50 AN/USM-670A Joint Service Electronic Combat System Tester; 13 Laboratory JSECST; 410 AN/USM-670A Retrofit Kits; and 20 Laboratory JSECST Retrofit Kits. This involves unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

TriQuint CW Inc. received $10,655,643 for engineering on ALQ-155 Band 10S Receiver Transmitter on the B-52This is a sole-source acquisition.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $7,627,698 for an additional 112 Rotor 5s for the F-22.  United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $6,983,002 for a “rotable parts pool” for F119 PW-100 engines.

URS Federal Support Services Inc. received $10,000,000 for logistics support of the RC-26B aircraft utilized by the Air National Guard. URS will provide maintenance, repair, and all other support functions.

Wyle Laboratories, Inc. received $16,563,175 for operational services in support of the Naval Test Wing (NTW) squadrons, including aircrew at NAS Patuxent River, NAS Point Mugu, and NAS China Lake.

Zodiac Data Systems Inc. received $9,900,000 for sustainment of the current Airborne Data Recorder fleet. This includes extras, spare parts, repair/upgrade of existing data recorders. Work will be performed at Eglin AFB. This is sole-source.

OSPREY

Bell-Boeing JPO received $9,451,005 for standby flight display components on V-22 aircraft. This replaces obsolescent components no longer available due to diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $9,594,477 for non-recurring engineering required for the variable frequency generator-generator control unit update on the V-22.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $9,983,922 for upgrades to 13 Marine Corps MV-22 training devices to the MV-22 Block C-2.01 configuration.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $24,000,000 to upgrade the MV-22 Consolidated V-22 Electronics Maintenance Trainer, V-22 Sponson Part Task Trainer, V-22 Aircraft Maintenance Trainer, and Power Plants Training Article Trainers to the Block C configuration.

Bell Boeing JPO received $36,558,239 to repair various parts, including the Prop-Rotor Gearbox and HUB Assembly for the V-22 aircraft. One company was solicited for this non-competitive requirement per 10 U.S.C.2304 (c)(1).

Rolls-Royce received $10,055,878 for MissionCareTM support for the AE1107C engine, including lower power engine removals and repairs for the V-22 aircraft.

HELICOPTERS

AAR Airlift Group, Inc. received $15,332,330 for ship-based and shore-based vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services. These include search and rescue support; medical evac; passenger transfers; internal cargo movement; and dynamic interface testing in support of COMNAVAIRFOR to perform flight operations in the U.S. 5th Fleet and U.S. 7th Fleet AORs.  Erickson Helicopters, Inc. received $7,004,248 for ship-based and shore-rebased vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services. These include search and rescue support; medical evac; passenger transfers; internal cargo movement; and dynamic interface testing in support of COMNAVAIRFOR. Erickson will provide one detachment of two helicopters, personnel, support equipment, and supplies perform flight operations in U.S. 2nd Fleet, 5th Fleet, and 6th Fleet AORs.

ATK, LLC received $36,778,430 for M230-30MM automatic guns and 32 spare parts for the Apache.

Boeing received $27,700,422 for development, fabrication, testing and bench qualifying a modified electrical system that can be integrated into a twin engine, tandem rotor, which will improve the CH-47 electrical system.

Boeing received $130,000,000 to build seven new Apache AH-64E helicopters. Work will be performed in Mesa, AZ.

Boeing received $499,144,082 for engineering logistical support services encompassing the technical, engineering, logistics, data analysis, technical data reproduction, supportability, and management requirements for pre-through post-production, sustainment, and fleet support for all H-47 variants.

Elbit received $12,690,012 for 300 Apache aviator integrated helmets.

Gentex Corporation received $11,346,457 for aircrew integrated helmet systems component parts.

Lockheed Martin received $6,861,233 to work on integrating Digital Rocket Launcher capabilities updates into MH-60R and MH-60S avionics software.

Lockheed Martin received $8,879,035 for software modifications required for MH-60 Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS II) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast enhancements for the U.S. Navy ($8,395,805; 95 percent); Denmark ($392,585; 4 percent); and Australia ($90,645; 1 percent).

Raytheon received $48,000,000 for technical and system integration and software maintenance of Air Warrior [PDF].

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $8,692,133 to integrate one Operational Flight Program for the Required Navigation Performance for Area Navigation software upgrade for MH-53E aircraft. Work will be performed in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $54,947,505 for control display units.

Rockwell Collins, Inc. received $151,296,000 for helicopter display units.

Sikorsky received $9,242,869 to support cabin interior and the environmental control system redesign of the VH-3D aircraft, including VIP seats, cabin interior, and special tooling.

Sikorsky received $12,070,183 for duel exhaust aircraft parts.

Sikorsky received $14,538,253 for maintenance and overhaul of UH-60 mechanical transmissions.

Sikorsky received $48,800,000 to provide specialized engineering analysis test and technical services (SEATTS) to the Aviation Applied Technology Directorate.

Textron (Bell Helicopter) received $41,776,269 for three UH-1Y training devices, one AH-1Z training device, aircraft and/or trainer revisions, aircraft common operational equipment, spares, tech data and three months of initial operation evaluation for each training device. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302.1.

Thales Defense & Security, Inc. received $7,713,300 for repair coverage of six items for the Airborne Low Frequency Sonar system for the H-60. One company solicited, one offer received.

Woodward, Inc. received $47,235,265 for UH60 helicopter T700 common fuel control. One bid was solicited, with one received.

FLIGHT TRAINING

CAE USA, Inc. received $29,286,411 to support KC-135 aircrew training systems (all training devices to include upgrades and configuration of current system hardware/software development, and on-site/on-call maintenance for aircrew training devices). 

FlightSafety Services Corp. received $20,385,469 to support KC-10 Aircrew Training Systems at Travis AFB and McGuire AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $9,525,881 to update C-130 aircrew training systems courseware from the C-130H1 to C-130H2 configuration while maintaining student throughput. Work will be performed at Little Rock AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $11,028,030 for C-130 Aircrew Training System Electronic Control Loading System/Aerodynamic Model Update. Lockheed will work on a replacement for the existing “obsolete” Electronic Control Loading system. Work will be performed at Little Rock AFB and Dobbins AFB.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $7,807,861 for engineering and design support for the Aegis Ashore program. Work will be in Moorestown, NJ, and Deveselu, Romania.

Lockheed Martin received $8,067,824 for work on an earlier contract incorporating Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense FY2015 Baseline 4.0.2 additional ship installations.

Lockheed Martin received $10,330,015 for test and engineering support for the Aegis Ashore program.

Lockheed Martin received $53,595,257 to develop and test Aegis Modernization baseline computer programs and equipment for Japan. This provides upgrades of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force Atago Class Ships (DDGs 177 and 178) from Baseline 7 Phase 1R to Advanced Capability Build 12 with TI12 technology and capability.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

AAI Corp. received $33,893,014 for the Unmanned Influence Sweep System, which will allow the LCS to perform its mine warfare sweep mission.

Computer Sciences Corp. Defense & Intelligence Group received $16,610,372 to support the LCS Program Office, PMS 501, and the LCS Fleet Introduction & Sustainment Program Office, PMS 505. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $18,970,332 for field upgradeable kits and fleet support for conversion of the AN/AQS-24A systems to the AN/AQS-24B configuration in support of the Airborne Mine Countermeasure Systems Program.

SAIC received $12,244,245 for Mine Warfare and Environmental Decision Aids Library (MEDAL) in support of the Mine Warfare Program Office, under Program Executive Office, LCS. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $41,758,729 to increase the level of effort available to provide mission critical professional support to the Surface Warfare Directorate. This provides program management, engineering, logistics, technical support, planning and readiness, fleet introduction training and financial management in support of ongoing maintenance and modernization efforts.

BAE Systems received $9,592,537 for regular overhaul and dry-docking availability of USNS Henry J. Kaiser (T-AO 187).

BAE Systems received $22,905,907 to primarily conduct repair and alteration on the USS Hopper (DDG-90) systems and hull. Work will be performed in Honolulu, HI.

BAE Systems received $25,488,392 for USS Lake Erie (CG 70) depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update/improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $35,274,734 for USS Pinckney (DDG 91) 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.

Brodogradiliste Viktor Lenac D.D. (Rijeka, Croatia) received $21,383,394 for a 179-day Extended Service Life Program, dry docking and ship repair of USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20).

General Dynamics received $7,000,000 for USS Boxer (LHD 4) 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 $14,478,332 for USS Harry S Truman (CVN 75) fiscal 2015 planned incremental availability (PIA), which consists of 82 work items consisting of repair/replace/preserve/install/clean in nature. This availability will accomplish seven ship alterations.

General Dynamics (Bath Iron Works) received $18,063,788 for FY2015 fleet maintenance sustainment support in San Diego, CA.

General Dynamics received $36,185,301 for USS Boxer (LHD 4) 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 Inc. received $11,216,103 for USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications in Coronado, CA, that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $24,230,190 for USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications in Coronado, CA, that will update and improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

L-3 Communications received $39,688,613 for hardware items and associated engineering and technical services for multiple U.S. Navy ship classes in support of analysis, repair, alteration, and product improvement of existing L-3 systems currently installed. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

ManTech Systems Engineering Corp. received $19,842,368 for uninterrupted enterprise support to the Navy Ship Maintenance and Logistics Support Information Systems program. ManTech will provide engineering in the areas of IT life cycle planning, operations and sustainment, documentation, program management, application technical refresh, testing, training, and deployment.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $10,667,238 to support the Integrated Shipboard/Shore-Based Maintenance Decision Tool. Progeny will continue to develop and integrate required software applications, hardware components, and overall system-level functionality to achieve manpower reduction aboard submarines and ships of the U.S. Navy.

The University of Washington (UW) received $12,776,050 for mid-life re-fit overhaul of research vessel Thomas G. Thompson (AGOR 23). This was a sole-source procurement per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

SUBMARINES

BTP Systems LLC received $23,244,682 for technical repair and engineering – including evaluations, repairs and replacement of failed components for the Submarine High Data Rate Antenna System (provides high capacity communications to submarines) and the Antenna Pedestal Group.

DRS Laurel Technologies received $171,065,633 to develop, integrate and produce Technology Insertion Hardware (TIH), the latest display, processor, and network requirements for submarine combat control and sonar systems.

General Dynamics received $310,771,700 for additional design agent, planning yard, engineering and technical support for active nuclear submarines.

General Dynamics received $234,229,426 for design agent, planning yard, engineering and technical support for active nuclear submarines. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc. received $11,472,139 for Norfolk Naval Shipyard nuclear-related trade labor support for maintenance and repair on USS Albany (SSN 753) and USS Maryland (SSBN 738). This requires trade labor that is trained, qualified, and authorized to maintain secondary propulsion plant systems.

L-3 KEO received $19,571,552 to provide two AN/BVS-1 Photonics Mast Systems for installation on Virginia-class submarines and two Integrated Submarine Imaging System Augmented Sensor (IAS) Low Profile Masts (LPM).

Lockheed Martin received $117,767,647 for engineering services and support of the AN/BVY-1 Integrated Submarine Imaging System and on board repair part kits.

3 Phoenix Inc. received $8,997,455 for continued software development, procurement of commercial off-the-shelf products, and hardware and software integration required to improve technology for U.S. Navy open architecture and Network Centric Operations and Warfare systems in support of USS Virginia-class submarines and other ship systems. 3 Phoenix Inc. shall continue to build upon previous Data Fusion & Visualization Interface efforts for Environmental Research Data. These services will support initiatives to improve performance through judicious use of lower power electronics, advanced algorithm design, and innovative applications of open software and hardware. Work will be in Chantilly, VA.

NAVAL CONTRACTS

3PSC, LLC received $14,915,581 for 182-day operation and maintenance of five U.S. Navy oceanographic survey ships (T-AGS).

American Petroleum Tankers, LLC received $36,515,000 and $36,515,000 to charter two Jones Act tankers, delivering cargo for DLA-Energy (DLA-E). 

American Petroleum Tankers, LLC received $36,515,000 to charter two U.S.-flagged, Jones Act tankers employed in worldwide cargo delivery to support DLA-Energy.

Appleton Marine Inc. received $22,374,985 for slewing arm davits (SLADs – used to raise and lower smaller watercraft to and from the ship’s deck) to be installed onboard various U.S. Navy vessels.

BAE Systems received $9,700,000 for FY2014 MK 110 Mod 0 gun mount and spares. The weapon system will be installed on U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter WMSL 755 upon completion.

BAE Systems received $28,697,931 for FY2014 production of the MK 38 Machine Gun System (MGS) for USA (95.83 percent) and Israel (4.17 percent).  This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

BAE Systems received $9,210,228 for operation and maintenance of Navy communication, electronic, and computer systems. Work will be performed at Oahu, HI (94 percent), and Geraldton, Australia (6 percent).

DRS Power & Control Technologies, Inc. received $15,730,289 for DDG 51 Class Power Conversion Module (PCM) for the Air & Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) preliminary design non-recurring engineering, engineering services, associated support, long-lead-time material, LRIP units for testing, and up to 12 production ship sets for DDG 51 Class ships. The AMDR PCM will supply power to the radar from the ship’s service electrical system.

Global Technical Systems Inc. received $22,204,809 for production, testing and delivery of Battle Force Tactical Training (BFTT) T46D systems, spares and associated engineering services. Work will be in Virginia Beach, VA.  AAI Corp. received $18,527,849 for acquisition of Trainers Simulator/Stimulator System hardware components for BFTT. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Goodrich Corp. received $39,820,000 for sonar dome rubber windows (SDRW), sonar composite domes (SCD), shipping and transportation installation fixtures, engineering and field service, inspection and repairs, and SCD production cell set-up and breakdown. SDRWs are bow-mounted equipment on all CG47 and DDG51 class ships and keel-mounted on FFG-7 class ships. Both SDRW and SCD provide an acoustically transparent housing for the sonar transducer array. Purchases: U.S. Navy (63 percent), Japan (13 percent), Poland (8 percent), Taiwan (8 percent) and Spain (8 percent). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Jacobs Technology received $171,559,893 for services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division’s Combat Environment Simulation Division. Services include development and acquisition of new range systems, integration of various range systems, and upgrade/modernization of existing range systems.

Keystone Prepositioning Services received $7,338,088 for operation and maintenance of three ships. When activated, the ships support worldwide movement of common-user and service-unique cargoes for DOD.

Lockheed Martin received $147,492,347 for LRIP and fielding of Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 systems. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Maersk Line, Ltd. received $8,060,171 for operation and maintenance of USNS GYSGT Fred W. Stockham (T-AK 3017) in support of USMC Maritime Prepositioning Force worldwide. This is a continuation of an earlier contract.

Maersk Line Ltd. received $10,610,996 for maintenance of watercraft storage environment (including supply operations), watercraft care of supplies in storage maintenance, and preparation of watercraft for activation/exercises at Watercraft Equipment Base-Yokohama North Dock, Japan. 

Maersk Line Ltd. received $12,495,775 to charter MV SSG Edward A. Carter Jr. to support the U.S. Army’s ammunition prepositioning program. Work will take place “at sea in the Far East.”

Maersk Line Ltd. received $33,016,247 for operation and maintenance of five USNS Bobo-class ships in support of USMC Maritime Prepositioning Force worldwide.

Metson Marine Services, Inc. received $7,032,974 for maintenance, operations, logistics, vessel maintenance & operation, equipment operation, repair, vessel modifications, dock master services, asset inventory management and oil spill response capability for port operations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI.

Ocean Ships, Inc. received $10,461,769 for operation and maintenance of two Mobile Landing Platform ships, USNS Montford Point and USNS John Glenn. These ships transfer rolling stock and other cargo in-stream with other ships.

Offshore Service Vessels, Inc. received $8,798,690 to charter maritime support vessel MV C-Champion, which is used as a platform for small boats – launching and recovering, refueling and provisioning, and assisting with limited maintenance. The vessel also provides support to maritime security operations.

Patriot Contract Services, LLC received $58,642,752 for operation and maintenance of eight government-owned Watson-class large medium-speed roll-on/roll-off ships in support of MSC worldwide prepositioning requirements.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. received $75,000,000 for worldwide undersea deep ocean search and recovery operations and associated services to support the Director of Ocean Engineering, Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV). Work will be performed in Largo, MD.

Prism Maritime, LLC received $55,012,767 for Alteration Installation Team services in support of the Ship Defense & Expeditionary Warfare Department, Port Hueneme Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, CA. Services include Alteration Installation Team services for critical and specific systems engineering, technical, product and fleet support, and planning services efforts and upgrades for the Ship Self-Defense System, NATO Sea Sparrow Missile Systems, Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile, Rolling Airframe Missile, Cooperative Engagement Capabilities, AN/SPQ-9B Radar, and Quick Reaction Capability.

Raytheon received $7,179,850 for engineering on the Air & Missile Defense Radar, S-Band (AMDR-S). Engineering includes: R&D, testing and eval efforts in support of technology insertion, excursion studies, and design upgrades; and engineering support services to the government for suite and combat system integration.

Raytheon received $38,287,642 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) design agent and engineering services for the U.S. Navy (91 percent) and Australia (9 percent).

Scientific Research Corp. received $75,621,478 for Program Executive Office Command Control Communications Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) – Carrier & Air Integration Program Office Program Manager Warfare and Ship Integration Program Office Program Manager Warfare –Testing, Integration and Installation (CTII) support services.

Sealift, Inc. received $8,069,785 to charter a U.S. flagged, self-sustaining ship, M/V MAJ Bernard F. Fisher, to support the USAF at-sea prepositioning program.

Sechan Electronics Inc. received $24,313,902 for production hardware for Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) Mk2 production hardware – includes production, assembly, configuration, alignment, integration, testing and shipping of the SSDS hardware.

Tote Services Inc. received $7,136,462 for the operation and maintenance of the Offshore Petroleum Discharge System, which consists of one U.S. flagged self-sustaining vessel, USNS VADM K.R. Wheeler; tender vessel, USNS Fast Tempo, and associated equipment in support of the U.S. Navy.

SPACE

The Aerospace Corporation received $22,131,100 for FY2014 equipment costs for systems engineering and integration tasks by funding special purpose plant equipment costs. Work will be performed in El Segundo, CA.

The Aerospace Corporation received $811,607,999 for planning, systems definition, and technical specification support, analyze user needs, design and design alternative, interoperability, manufacturing and quality control, and assist with test and evaluation, launch support, flight tests, orbital operations and integration of space systems into effective systems of systems.

Aerospace Mass Properties Analysis, Inc. received $9,751,679 for research on “Optical Aperture Gating for Single-pixel and Imaging LIDAR Systems.” This will develop and deploy innovative targeting, imaging, environmental sensing, and counter measure systems utilizing the ultra-fast switch in support of the Navy Special Projects Program. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

ARCTEC Alaska JV received $38,414,724 for operation and maintenance of the Alaska Radar System – 15 geographically separated long range radar sites, three remote radio sites, maintenance of the Regional Air Operations Center and Maintenance Control & Communications Center. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $8,632,927 for R&D for system of systems integration technology and experimentation-technical area 1.

General Dynamics received $6,563,068 for R&D for system of systems integration technology and experimentation-technical area 1. GD will develop and demonstrate system of systems architectures.

Exelis, Inc. received $10,460,027 for the Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance (GEODSS) Modular Precision Absolute Control System Project. Exelis will provide a Modular Precision Angular Control System prototype, three refurbished mounts and spare motors. Work will be performed at Yoder, CO.

Exelis, Inc., (Patrick AFB) received $44,987,032 for modernization of the command destruct system at the Eastern Range, which is necessary to meet range safety requirements. Work will be performed at Patrick AFB, Cape Canaveral AFS, and Johnathan Dickinson Missile Tracking Annex, FL. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Harris IT Services received $8,207,316 for network support services at Los Angeles AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Harris IT Services received $26,792,414 for operations, maintenance and logistics support of the Air Force Satellite Control Network antenna sites worldwide, as well as various communications, operations, software and related support services to the 50th Space Wing, Schriever AFB. Work will be performed at Schriever AFB, CO; Ellison Onizuka Satellite Operations Facility and Vandenberg Tracking Station, Vandenberg AFB, CA; Diego Garcia Station; Guam Tracking Station; Hawaii Tracking Station, Kaena Point, HI; New Boston Air Force Station; Eastern Vehicle Checkout Facility, Cape Canaveral; and Thule Tracking Station.

InDyne, Inc. received $16,734,098 for operations and maintenance support services, training, command, control, communications, information and computer systems services, testing, modification and installation of communications, electronic and security systems at launch facilities, launch control centers and test facilities for the 30 SW at Vandenberg AFB.

International Association of Virtual Organizations, Research & Scientific received $18,950,747 for work on “Automatic Three-Dimensional (3-D) Target Template Generation.” This will develop electronic light table capabilities and targeting workflow software for common geo-positioning service installations.

Interstate Electronics Corp. received $38,723,168 for flight test instrumentation management and support, follow-on Commanders Evaluation Test mission operations and data acquisition, data recording subsystem operational support, engineered refueling overhaul support, Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) flight test operations support, and strategic weapon system training.

Jacobs Technology received $83,132,319 for test support for electronic instrumentation operation; optical, meteorology and geodetic instrumentation operation; metrology and simulation; computation and automation; test operations and maintenance; ammunition management operations; technical and engineering services; range management; communication and information management; and data acquisition and management. Work will be performed in Yuma, AZ.

Lockheed Martin received $37,438,157 for Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) logistics and the legacy sustainment baseline system.  Lockheed studies: deficiencies, failures and evolving requirements; changes in external user data needs or interfaces or changes in technology. Work will be in Colorado Springs, Boulder, and Greely, CO.

Lockheed Martin received $42,880,040 for dual band telemetry, tracking and communications capability for the SBIRS Geosynchronous Earth Orbiting 5-6 space vehicles. Lockheed will redesign them to accommodate the new dual band capable transponder box and cabling.  Lockheed will also add a Unified S-Band uplink frequency and modulation scheme to the existing Space to Ground Link System L-Band uplink capability.

Lockheed Martin received $44,184,746.00 for FY2014 studies and systems modifications for Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS).  Work will be performed in Boulder, CO; Sunnyvale and Azusa, CA; Buckley AFB; and Schriever AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $8,990,905 for six-month FY2015 on-orbit support and sustainment of the Defense Support Program (DSP) constellation. Work will be performed in Redondo Beach, CA.

Northrop Grumman received $7,297,827 for R&D of System of Systems Integration Technology and Experimentation-Technical Area 1. This provides development and demonstration of System of Systems architectures at El Segundo, CA.

Space Coast Launch Services (at Patrick AFB) received $36,328,456 to provide operations, maintenance and engineering support to critical launch, spacecraft and ordnance facilities and support systems owned by the 45 SW.

United Launch Services LLC received $938,372,859 for FY2015 EELV launch capability for the Delta IV and Atlas V families of launch vehicles. This provides mission assurance, program management, systems engineering, integration of the space vehicle with the launch vehicle, launch site and range operations, and launch infrastructure maintenance and sustainment. Work will be performed at Littleton, Colorado; Vandenberg AFB, and Cape Canaveral Air Station, FL.

United Launch Services LLC received $126,966,232 for backlog transportation and order launch vehicle production services; launch vehicle configuration of one Air Force Atlas V531; and backlog transportation at Centennial, CO, and Cape Canaveral, FL.

CYBER, IT & COMMS

3M Co. (St. Paul, MN) received $6,827,651 for annual renewal of maintenance and support for the 3M Care Innovation license software suite with support for Oracle Tuxedo middleware, Medicomp MEDCIN software Data Files and Data Support, and Healthcare Data Dictionary Terminology Consulting Services. This was other than full and open competition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

AAI Textron Systems received $9,931,778 for additional radio frequency electronic warfare systems integration test environment system (RF EW SITE) equipment (70 synthetic source instruments, 9 radio frequency switch matrix, and 3 stimulus cabinets) including shipping and set-up in support of the Electronic Combat Systems Evaluation Laboratory/Weapons System Simulation Laboratory at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Point Mugu, CA.

Absolute Business Corp.; Archimedes Global; Calhoun International; Circinus, LLC; Charles F. Day & Associates; E&M Technologies, Inc.; Integral Consulting Services; K-3 Enterprises, Inc.; Pluribus International Corp.; and The Buffalo Group received $2,160,000,000 for global intelligence support services acquisition.

BAE Systems; Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI; DynCorp International; Invertix Corp.; Lockheed Martin; ManTech; Northrop Grumman; Six3 Intelligence Solutions Inc.; Sotera Defense Solutions; and SRA International Inc. received a collective $5,040,000,000 for global intelligence support services acquisition. This acquisition is designed to acquire flexible, comprehensive, cost effective services to support
the Army's need for fully integrated intelligence, security, information operations and related support.

Blackhawk Enterprise, Inc. received $7,738,213 to ensure the intelligence production and dissemination software applications and intelligence mission data, technology forecasting, and foreign material management software applications are continually maintained for appropriate security posture.

Carahsoft Technology Corp. received $15,012,167 for secure product support for large enterprises (maintenance) for all existing licenses and system application products specific support.

Carahsoft Technology Corp. received $7,135,539 for Enterprise Information Technology Resource Management and Pre-production Research Environment Program software tools and maintenance in support of U.S. Army Information Technology Agency (USAITA).

CGI Federal Inc. received $9,807,114 for engineering services in support of the modernization, virtualization, and migration of systems and applications from legacy data centers to authorized DOD enterprise data centers and hosting facilities (CGI Fairfax, Navy Enterprise Data Centers, Defense Information Systems Agency).

Cray received $26,840,000 to acquire balanced, commercial, production-grade, high-performance computing systems, which contain an appropriate combination of processor, memory, disk input/output, interconnect, and operating system capabilities, to conduct complex, tightly-coupled, large-scale, scientific calculations at the Army Research Lab’s DOD Super-Computing Resource Center (ARL DSRC).  

DRS Intelligence, Communication & Avionic Solutions LLC received $12,005,974 to manufacture joint tactical terminal - receivers (JTT-R), JTT-R production engineering test set racks; fixtures and tooling for the U.S. Navy (91 percent), and Australia (9 percent). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Edaptive Computing, Inc. received $24,900,000 for R&D of secure engineering of trusted systems. Edaptive Computing will deploy and transition modeling, analysis optimization, and protection tools and techniques to promote trusted systems engineering for hardware/software systems from concept analysis through acquisition and sustainment. Work will be performed in Dayton, OH.

Exelis, Inc. received $15,380,162 for form, fit and function replacement of electronic countermeasures sets. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Exelis Systems Corp. received $27,986,531 for IT support and services to support the mission of the 5th Signal CommandWork will be performed in Germany (80%), Romania (5%), Belgium (5%), Turkey (5%), and Israel (5%).  Army Contracting Command, NetCom Branch, Fort Huachuca, AZ, is the contracting activity.

General Dynamics received $20,155,487 for personnel, equipment, supplies, transportation, tools, materials, supervision and other items, and non-personal services necessary, for command, control, communications and computer information systems operations and maintenance for the 1st Signal Brigade throughout South Korea (Yongsan Garrison).

GXM Consulting received $9,868,927 to develop a program-level R&D process for deploying secure tactical applications on mobile communication platforms. Work will be performed in Afghanistan and Arlington, VA.

Herrick Technology Laboratories, Inc. received $9,704,228 for prototype hardware and software to develop new radio frequency technology, including R&D, integration and demonstration of novel radio frequency technology.

HP received $14,770,140 to support and maintain an IT infrastructure library.

IBM received $7,757,426 for systems and programming business, operations research and data analysis, basis and report, interface, conversion and enhancement services in support of the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning efforts.

Integrity Applications, Inc. received $6,825,715 to advance the start of data collection and processing through the use of multi-sensor data aggregation, advanced exploitation, and data fusion.

Intelligent Decisions, Inc. received $14,612,066 for Enterprise Land Mobile Radio Trunking System (ELMRTS) upgrade. This provides ELMR infrastructure equipment at 9 Air Force Reserve Command locations, and 3,151 portable and 304 mobile radios.

L-3 received $8,402,031 to help sustain the Army’s existing combat services support, for VSAT transmission systems and satellite communications terminals.

L-3 Communications received $20,306,274 for ACC force structure satellite communications terminals. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $45,000,000 for production, installation and continued sustainment of a General Service, Cross Domain Solution (CDS), Radiant Mercury (RM). RM is a CDS that brokers the exchange of data between different security domains by sanitizing, downgrading, guarding and transliterating formatted data between different security compartment levels. This sole-source acquisition was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2) and FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii)(A) and (B).

Lockheed Martin received $44,037,055 for Next Generation Technical Services III, which includes management and technical support to advance high performance computing services. Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; Stennis Space Center; Lorton, VA; and Bethesda, MD. One bid solicited, one received.

The McKenna Principals, Inc. (Woodbridge, VA) received $9,448,830 for software development, testing, and demonstration for DHS

Microsoft received $11,600,029 for Premier Support Services at Marine Corps facilities worldwide. This is sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Microsoft received $7,572,520 for consulting services for various functions in Ft. Huachuca.

N3 Government Solutions, LLC received $25,000,000 for support services and equipment. Work includes architectural design; design, development, integration and systems engineering; enterprise analysis and assessments; software, engineering, development and programming; and network administration.

NCI Information Systems, Inc. received $40,661,743 for non-personal information technology services and support requirements for the U.S. Army NETCOM G3/5/7, cyber network operations and security support.

Northrop Grumman received $30,000,000 for the W/V-band Satellite Communications Experiment program – to increase knowledge and understanding of atmospheric effects on radio frequency signal propagation.

Northrop Grumman; Georgia Tech Research Institute; Leidos; Dynetics, Inc.; Berrie Hill Research Corp.; MacAulay Brown Inc.; and Riverside Research Institute received $47,000,000 for R&D for the Advanced Novel Spectrum Warfare Environment Research (ANSWER), which tries to enable mission assured warfare capabilities in contested and denied environments consistent with A2/AD [PDF] scenarios.

SAIC received $423,800,000 for unspecified maintenance, repair, and operations. SAICreceived $23,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Seneca Telecommunications, LLC received $10,465,593 for Security Cooperation Enterprise Solution Program Management & Advisory Services. This involves unnamed FMS.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $14,577,497 for software development [develop, demonstrate, and deliver, through a Feasibility Demonstration Model (FDM), end-to-end operational efficiencies toward fulfilling end-user requirements for GEOINT.]

Silicon Graphics received $27,340,000 to acquire balanced, commercial, production-grade, high-performance computing systems which contain an appropriate combination of processor, memory, disk input/output, interconnect, and operating system capabilities to conduct complex, tightly-coupled, large-scale, scientific calculations at the Engineer Research & Development Center’s DOD Super-Computing Resource Center (ERDC DSRC).

Sotera Defense Solutions received $24,728,542 for R&D on large data frameworks.

STG, Inc. received $7,561,521 for IT support services.

STS Systems Integration received $9,000,000 for work on fiber optic and cable infrastructure, including installation, upgrading, rerouting, terminating, testing and removing computer and comms at Wright-Patterson AFB. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Technique Solutions, Inc. received $25,000,000 for the entire spectrum of equipment and services associated with the Cyber Network Defense mission and information assurance support. 

TVAR Solutions, LLC received $20,990,000 for Army enterprise-wide Symantec business critical support and consulting services in Fort Belvoir, VA.

Tyco Electronics Subsea Communications LLC received $12,310,100 for 1,550 kilometers of SL-17 submarine fiber-optic cable, which the U.S. Navy uses to connect deep ocean measurement instruments to shore monitoring stations. This was sole-source per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Unisys (Reston, VA) received $6,990,335 for Army Enterprise Service desk support.

Watts Constructors, LLC received $38,914,500 to build a satellite communications earth terminal station facility.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS

Abacus Technology Corp. received $10,265,012 for command, control, communications and computer (C4) services at AFNWC, Kirtland AFB. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Aeroject Rocketdyne received $18,507,839 for 1,000 Stinger flight motors required to support the service life extension program of 850 Stinger Block 1 missiles at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (MCAAP). One bid was solicited, with one received.

Boeing received $46,882,260 to procure, repair and supply investment material for the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile NS-50 Missile Guidance Set.

Boeing received $34,000,000 for engineering services for air launched cruise missiles. Boeing will provide system integration lab support, customer special request and other services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $13,997,592 to work on Trident II (D5) Navigation Subsystem component production and technical support services of the Electro-statically Supported Gyro Navigator, test equipment and software modernization, and repair of ESGN, for the United States and the UK. This was sole-source per Justification & Approval, 15,676 dated April 7, 2014.

Exelis received $10,344,841 for design updates, production and delivery of the Data Storage Service Life Extension Program for the Strategic Automated Command & Control System. This is a sole-source acquisition by the USAF Nuclear Weapon Center, Hill AFB.

General Dynamics received $57,952,312 for Hydra-70 Rocket System, including rockets, warheads, motors and containers. Work will be performed in Williston, VT (71 percent), and Camden, AR (29 percent).

General Dynamics received $18,750,489 for the Hydra-70 Rocket System, which includes M151 high explosive rockets, M255A1 rockets and M274 smoke signal practice rockets.

Lockheed Martin received $274,800,000 to help the Missile Defense Agency develop, integrate, and test Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system upgrades.

Lockheed Martin received $146,313,578 for Trident II (D5) missile production, D5 Life Extension development and production, and D5 Deployed Systems Support. United Kingdom funds ($48,473,708) are obligated.

Lockheed Martin received $100,000,000 for JASSM production, system upgrades, integration, sustainment, management and logistics. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $34,234,847 for design, development and procurement of facilities, equipment, and processes required for successful activation and support of a Trident II (D5) missile storage facility as well as the design and delivery of specialized support equipment for the movement and storage of D5 missiles at Camp Navajo, AZ.

Lockheed Martin received $9,078,498 for Subminiature Flight Safety System integration onto the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile. Lockheed will complete all activities necessary to design, develop and qualify an SFSS demonstration unit via ground, captive-carry and flight test demonstration activity in the JASSM weapon system. Work will be performed at Orlando, FL. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $7,023,625 for Joint Air to Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) software maintenance. Lockheed will enhance the software package: JASSM Enterprise Management System (JEMS) Phase 3B. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $13,195,067 for FMU-139 C/B electronic bomb fuze and accessories, and a first article test and physical configuration audit. This includes 250 FMU 139C/B electronic bomb fuzes (6 pack) and 4,415 FMU 139 C/B electronic bomb fuzes (9 pack). Work will be performed in Cincinnati, OH (65 percent), and Orlando, FL (35 percent).

Marvin Engineering Co., Inc. received $12,816,113 for the upgrade and overhaul of 626 LAU-127 Missile Launchers. Work will be performed in Inglewood, CA.

Nisga’a Data Systems, LLC. received $17,891,203 for Video Teleconferencing Refresh Project for Washington Headquarters Services Enterprise Information Technology Services Division. This is sole-source per 15 U.S.C. 637(a) as a non-competitive 8(a) set-aside IAW FAR 19.808-1.

Northrop Grumman received $9,286,000 to highlight critical capabilities tied to objectives established by war-fighters when working with Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) program software and hardware components.

Northrop Grumman received $46,585,657 for system support functions, including support management; engineering and software; maintenance; and field service.

Northrop Grumman received $60,109,750 for Trident II (D5) Underwater Launcher System and Advanced Launcher Development Program support.

Raytheon received $8,023,289 for 18 SM-2 Block IIIA All-Up-Rounds for DDG 1000 class ships.

Raytheon received $8,881,587 for TOW missiles for the U.S Army, USMC, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Lebanon.

Raytheon received $8,936,000 for SM 2 and SM depot level maintenance facility provision item ordered spares.

Raytheon received $10,309,629 for SM-6 test equipment, and SM-2 and SM-6 inert operational missiles with internal missile initializer and power supply. This will incorporate requirements for additional SM-6 test equipment, and SM-2 and SM-6 6 inert operational missiles.

Raytheon received $10,626,443 for FY2014 Evolved Seasparrow Missile (ESSM) spares for USA (94.75 percent), the UAE (2.77 percent), and Japan (2.48 percent).

Raytheon received $11,026,125 for GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System II (GAINS) Phase III.

Raytheon received $11,375,910 for additional engineering services for calendar year 2014 for the PATRIOT program. 

Raytheon received $12,068,000 for FY2014 NATO Seasparrow Surface Missile Systems (NSSMS) MK 57 MOD 13 and Guided Missile Launching System (GMLS) MK 29 MOD 4/5.

Raytheon received $12,872,815 for AMRAAM production lot 27.  This involves unnamed FMS.

Raytheon received $13,664,382 for unique, common, and similar spare parts for Lot 14 Block I and Block II of AIM-9X missiles in support of USAF ($8,419,523; 61.62 percent); the U.S. Navy ($3,730,324; 27.30 percent); Saudi Arabia ($404,762; 2.96 percent); Oman ($311,377; 2.28 percent); South Korea ($305,031; 2.23 percent); Kuwait ($111,282; 0.82 percent); Morocco ($95,772; 0.70 percent); Malaysia ($93,405; 0.68 percent); Turkey ($71,263; 0.52 percent); Finland ($41,228; 0.30 percent); Switzerland ($32,612; 0.24 percent); Poland ($29,241; 0.21 percent); and Denmark ($18,562; 0.14 percent).

Raytheon received $15,057,012 for the Advanced Electronic Protection Improvement program to the AIM-120C-7 missile.

Raytheon received $15,500,000 to procure spares for the Land-based Phalanx Weapon System configuration of the MK15 Phalanx CIWS.

Raytheon received $49,482,902 to modify 500 AGM-65A/B guidance control sections to an AGM-65E2 configuration. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $53,252,500 for the production of an AN/TPY-2 Float Cooling Equipment Unit #2, Float Electronic Equipment Unit #2, Spares, Reliability Improvements, and Mission Assurance.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin, JV (Tucson, AZ) received $84,278,759 for 534 Javelin Block 1 Missiles and 14 Javelin Command Launch Unit retrofits for the U.S. Army, USMC, Jordan, Qatar, and New Zealand.

Raytheon received $251,133,201 for 231 Tomahawk Block IV All-Up-Round missiles for the U.S. Navy (147 vertical launch systems and 64 capsule launch systems) and the UK (20 torpedo tube launch systems). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($224,536,361; 89.4 percent) and the UK ($26,596,840; 10.6 percent). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

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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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