BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for November 2015

DOD spent $16,516,951,059+ on 159 individual contracts in November 2015

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 $16,516,951,059 on 159 individual contracts during November 2015. This amount does not include sixteen Foreign Military Sales contracts worth roughly $864,205,460.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Aurora Flight Sciences received $11,146,376 for the Autonomous Aerial Cargo I Utility System (AACUS) program. ONR funds AACUS, an innovative naval prototype advancing rotorcraft autonomy. AACUS’ primary purpose is to enable unmanned VTOL rapid response cargo delivery to widely separated small units.

Hydroid, Inc. received $8,662,533 for additional MK 18 Family of System assets. This was a sole-source award, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

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

BAE Systems received $81,389,729 to provide Saudi Arabia with Digital Electronic Warfare System Countermeasures Missile Warning System spare (classified & unclassified) line replacement units and replaceable modules supporting F-15 modernization. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $124,606,538 for 53 full-rate production Lot 89 Harpoon systems, components & spares, and Standoff Land Attack Missile - Expanded Response (SLAM-ER) weapon system services, for Saudi Arabia ($35,963,573; 28.86%); Australia ($31,881,526; 25.59%); Japan ($29,630,747; 23.78%); South Korea ($21,324,842; 17.11); India ($2,338,215; 1.88%); Turkey ($ 1,175,224; 0.94%); Belgium ($915,812; 0.73%); Brazil ($711,616; 0.57%); Egypt ($561,721; 0.45%); Kuwait ($53,237; 0.05%); Canada ($39,600; 0.03%); Taiwan ($10,425; 0.01%). This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Boeing received $9,018,848 for follow-on integrated logistics support/engineering services in support of the Harpoon/SLAM-ER missile system and Harpoon launch systems for USN ($2,425,166; 26.89%); South Korea ($986,268; 10.94%); Taiwan ($783,148; 8.68%); Turkey ($506,886; 5.62%); Japan ($504,179; 5.59%); Egypt ($503,268; 5.58%); Saudi Arabia ($421,531; 4.67%); Australia ($381,336; 4.23%); UK ($347,333; 3.85%); Canada ($254,720; 2.82%); Chile ($241,248; 2.67%); Israel ($207,323; 2.30%); Portugal ($202,207; 2.24%); India ($189,909; 2.11%); Thailand $186,382; 2.07%); Singapore ($154,170; 1.71%); Bahrain ($140,478; 1.56%); Kuwait ($99,253; 1.10%); UAE ($95,726; 1.06%); Malaysia ($95,506; 1.06%); Oman ($94,404; 1.05%); Netherlands ($82,669; 0.92%); Germany ($66,136; 0.73%); and Denmark ($49,601; 0.55%).

Boeing received $130,125,899 for current and future FMS (PDF) Small Diameter Bomb I (SDB I) production.

Boeing (Insitu) received $70,941,310 to provide Afghanistan eight ScanEagle systems (incl. spares, training, equipment, field service, and in-theatre training facility).

CAE USA received $30,000,000 to provide Kuwait technical services for KC-130J weapon system trainer program, Kuwait Air Force Flight Training Center. One bid solicited, one received.

Computer Sciences Corp. received $9,286,461 to provide Saudi Arabia, Micronesia, Pakistan, and Afghanistan with Non-Standard Rotary Wing Aircraft Project Office support.

DynCorp received $61,054,351 and received $61,054,351 to provide Saudi Arabia maintenance support for Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command aviation program.

General Dynamics received $9,976,955 to provide Taiwan with improved mobile subscriber (secure comms) equipment, Version III system. General Dynamics later received $9,976,955 to provide Taiwan with improved mobile subscriber (secure comms) equipment, Version III System.

Lockheed Martin received $41,421,353 to provide Italy and Singapore low-cost, reduced-range practice rockets, download/demate effort, and logistics.

Lockheed Martin received $38,002,404 to provide F-16 Advanced Pilot Training to Iraq at Balad Air Base. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $7,145,264 to provide manufacturing support equipment needed for repair and modification of 138 Taiwan F-16s.

Longbow Ltd. received $9,376,567 to provide Saudi Arabia’s National Guard with fire control radars. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $151,309,421 for one Japan configuration E-2D.

Swiftships Shipbuilding received $16,531,014 to provide Iraq lifecycle support (expertise, repairs, overhaul) on patrol boats, off-shore vessels, and defender boats at Umm Qasr Naval Base.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Fors Marsh Group received $9,664,178 for market research and survey services in support of the Joint Advertising and Market Research military recruiting research efforts.

McCann World Group received $377,000,000 for “Army recruiting advertising campaign.”

LINKING NARCOTICS & TERRORISM

AOC Intel LLC; CULMEN Internation; METIS Solutions; ITA International received a combined $110,000,000 to provide goods & services supporting Counter Narco-Terrorism Program office (CNTPO) requirements. Includes development and application of technology for program/programmatic support.

USSOUTHCOM

Centerra Group received $24,963,985 for base operations support services at Naval Station Guantánamo Bay.

USCENTCOM

Centerra Group received $17,052,841 for base operations support services at Naval Support Activity-Bahrain.

Short Bark Industries Inc. received $11,158,749 for various USMC and Afghan National Army uniform blouses.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $145,515,046 for Army Sustainment Command to receive, repair, maintain, store, prepare, and issue Army prepositioned stock-5 (APS-5) equipment supporting 401st Army Field Support Battalion - Kuwait.

USSOCOM

BAE Systems received $22,391,886 and Northrop Grumman received $32,859,422 for AC/MC-130J radio frequency countermeasures for USSOCOM.

ACADEMIA & ADVANCED RESEARCH

Charles River Analytics Inc. (CRA) received $8,183,942 to operationally drive R&D of novel techniques to build, test, and deploy software systems that can automatically adapt to a variety of changes throughout their lifespan.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Lockheed Martin received $5,370,955,495 for 41 F-35A aircraft (Lot IX), including 26 F-35As for USAF; six F-35As for Norway; seven F-35As for Israel; two F-35As for Japan; 12 F-35Bs, including six for USMC and six for UK Royal Navy; and two F-35Cs for U.S. Navy. Involves FMS.

United Technologies Corp. received $214,597,057 for LRIP Lot 10 annualized sustainment in support of F-35 for USAF ($102,694,415; 47%); USMC ($57,883,998; 27%); USN ($23,179,481; 11%); int. partners ($25,425,957; 12%); FMS ($5,413,207; 3%). Includes support services for LRIP 10 propulsion systems as well as hardware and training course material and equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $112,779,000 for additional long-lead time items necessary for manufacture and delivery of LRIP Lot 10 F-35A for USAF  ($99,060,000; 88%) and Lot 11 F-35A for Netherlands ($13,719,000; 12%).

Lockheed Martin received $54,835,600 for F-35 recurring logistics support for delivered air systems including: ground maintenance; action request resolution; depot activation; Automatic Logistics Information System operations, maintenance; reliability, maintainability health management implementation & support; supply chain management; activities supporting pilot and maintainer initial training for USAF ($25,867,847; 47%); USMC ($14,804,737; 27%); USN ($9,610,912; 18%); non-DoD participants ($4,552,104; 8%).

Lockheed Martin received $12,972,450 for interim contractor support on F-35A at Luke AFB.

INVASIVE ISR PLATFORMS

L3 Communications received $129,660,950 for 13 quick reaction capability aircraft to comply with the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance & Surveillance System.

ISR EQUIPMENT

Leidos Inc. received $661,840,250 for design, architecture engineering, configuration management, system & aircraft integration, testing, and technical & logistics support of Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E PDF).

Northrop Grumman received $120,791,630 for services on the Battlefield Airborne Communication Node (BACN) Payload.

OSPREY (V-22)

Hamilton Sundstrand received $8,974,879 to repair the constant frequency generator used on V-22 (MV-22 and CV-22). This was a sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(2).

HELICOPTERS

Airbus received $65,828,056 for Lakotas with ARC radio 231 mission equipment package.

Boeing received $51,200,000 for Version 4 retrofit kits for AH-64E, Lots 1-4.

Lockheed Martin received $7,931,000 for receiver processors in support of U.S. Navy H-60. A sole source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $106,510,258 for technical, engineering, logistics services and supplies, and 100 percent parts support for H-60.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $14,223,772 for special progressive aircraft rework sustainment support services, including security, project engineering, integrated logistics support, VIP helicopter training, and program support for the Presidential Helicopters Program. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $833,339,080 for sustaining (Army fixed engineering, program management/systems engineering); Army provisioning, technical publications, other integrated logistics support; contractor manpower reporting; packaging handling storage and transportation; advance procurement funding.

Raytheon received $65,801,757 for 22 MH-60R full-rate production Lot XIII AN/AQS-22 Airborne Low Frequency Sonar (ALFS) for U.S. Navy (20 for $59,819,779; 91%), and Saudi Arabia (2 for $5,981,978; 9%).

Raytheon received $14,546,660 to repair 137 units in support of H-60 Multi-Spectral Targeting System Forward Looking InfraRed (MTS). This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(2).

Thales received $13,398,394 for repair coverage on 38 weapons replaceable assemblies in support of the Airborne Low Frequency Sonar System for H-60. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $16,486,184 for production engineering support (installation and integration) of systems required for F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G and electromagnetic aircraft launch system follow-on test and evaluation.

Boeing received $22,820,568 for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircrew training device concurrency Technical Directive List – 5 H12 System Configuration Set (SCS)/Operational Flight Program.

Raytheon received $10,352,682 to repair 295 units across 16 national item identification numbers used in F-18 AESA Radar System. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(2).

POSEIDONThe U.K. will purchase nine new P8 aircraft.

Boeing received $101,585,021 for integrated logistics support and site activation for full-rate production II and III (Lots 6 & 7) of P-8A for U.S. Navy ($99, 935,547; 98%); Australia ($1,649,474; 2%)

Boeing received $15,538,397 to modify three 737 P-8A flight test aircraft (T-4, T-5, and T-6) to a low-rate 4-1 production representative configuration.

MERCURY

Northrop Grumman received $10,298,096 to build, install, and test modifications to E-6B, incorporating the Multi-Role Tactical Common Data Link B-Kit #3 & #4, and B-Kit Spares #2.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT AIRFRAME

Lockheed Martin received $968,745,411 for 17 C-130J: six C-130J-30, one HC-130J, nine MC-130J, one KC-130J.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Boeing received $134,000,000 for sustainment support for the E-4B fleet. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Keysight Technologies Inc. received $11,040,000 for weapon system network analyzers. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

M1 Support Services received $304,969,015 for Nellis Aircraft Maintenance Backshop operations and maintenance services: maintenance on A-10, F-15, F-16, F/A-22 and F-35 at Nellis AFB; limited backshop maintenance support for 15 HH-60 based at Nellis AFB but assigned to 23rd Wing at Moody AFB; and for 11 F-16 assigned to USAF Aerial Demonstration Squadron (Thunderbirds).

Realization Technologies Inc. received $49,971,530 for software maintenance and support for NAVAIR. One bid solicited, one received.

Survice Engineering Co. received $49,855,124 for professional scientific engineering and technical assistance.

AIRCRAFT PARTS

Boeing received $22,728,598 for aircraft vertical stabilizers. This was sole source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $19,841,177 for the Inertial Navigation Systems Replacement (INS-R) Inertial Sensor Module (ISM).

AEGIS

Kratos Defense & Rocket Support Services received $7,987,435 for rocket motors and hardware in support of sub-orbital target vehicles known as Aegis Readiness Assessment Vehicles (ARAVs). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $36,727,286 for Aegis Platform Systems Engineering Agent (PSEA) activities and Aegis Modernization Advanced Capability Build engineering.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $25,236,623 for USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98) FY2016 dry-docking selected restricted availability (repair, maintenance, modernization).

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $9,463,332 for 71-calendar day shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Big Horn (T-AO 198).

General Dynamics received $8,428,644 for engineering development efforts and production of technology insertion multipurpose processor (MPP) and total ship monitoring system (TSMS) production.

General Dynamics received $85,728,524 for DDG 51 and FFG 7 class integrated planning yard services (design, planning, material support) for maintenance & modernization.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $20,000,000 for additional planned supplemental work on USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) refueling complex overhaul. This was not competitively procured.

Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. received $17,477,956 for planning and engineering in support of U.S. Navy ships serviced at Ship Repair Facility-Japan Regional Maintenance Center in Yokosuka and Sasebo, Japan.

Lockheed Martin received $11,590,020 for continued performance based logistics support on the Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS).

SUBMARINES

Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc. (BPMI) received $93,135,194 for Naval Nuclear Propulsion Components. BPMI later received $605,212,398 for Naval nuclear propulsion components, non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1 (a)(2)(iii).

General Dynamics received $9,802,884 for Phase 1A of the Sea Dragon development program.

General Dynamics received $46,587,911 for non-nuclear submarine repair work on Groton-based submarines under the New England Manpower Initiative (NEMMI). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $102,876,417 for additional lead yard services and development studies and design efforts related to Virginia-class submarines.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $8,548,171 for planning and design yard functions for standard U.S. Navy valves on nuclear powered subs.

Kings Bay Support Services received $40,964,955 for base operations support services at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

Lockheed Martin received $129,401,530 for FY2016 Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion (A-RCI) system engineering & technical support: TI (PDF) 12-14 for U.S. subs and FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $7,200,332 for two AN/BVY-1 Integrated Submarine Imaging Systems (ISIS) and associated spare parts.

L-3 Communications received $12,581,094 to install Ocean Sensor Sub-System (OSS) and Shore Electronics System (SES) in support of Undersea Warfare Training Range (USWTR), off Jacksonville, FL, coast.

Northrop Grumman received $15,578,327 to support technical engineering services, design & development engineering, component & full-scale test and evaluation engineering, and tactical underwater launcher hardware production supporting Common Missile Compartment. UK funds = $578,242. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & (4).

Oceaneering International Inc. received $12,910,944 for Transfer Under Pressure (TUP) component integration efforts for Submarine Decompression System (SDS).

Systems Planning & Analysis, Inc. received $13,994,491 for technical services, program support, assessments & studies, and systems engineering supporting: Trident II program; special projects on U.S. Navy strategic and conventional strike technologies & deterrence concepts; Strategic Systems Programs arms control; strategic weapons system launcher subsystem support; technical propulsion. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

BAE Systems received $7,744,343 for repair/spare parts – on an existing GSA Alliant contract (GS00Q09BGD0017) – to service, operate, and maintain U.S. Navy communication, electronic, and computer systems.

Lockheed Martin received $20,550,226 for 284 repairable items used in MK-41 VLS. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

ManTech received $10,720,438 for enterprise support to U.S. Navy Ship Maintenance & Logistics Support Information Systems.

Raytheon received $10,418,168 for MK 15 Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) SeaRAM upgrades & conversions, overhauls, and hardware. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

SPACE

Casbe Industries; Clint Precision Manufacturing; Design West Technologies Inc.; Dye Precision CNC Inc.; Eastwood Machine LLC; JMT Inc.; Lobart Instruments; Precise Industries Inc.; V&T Tooling; and WFW Industries LLC received a combined $18,000,000 for custom parts utilizing a variety of manufacturing capabilities in support of rapid prototyping for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command.

COLSA Corp. received $26,460,533 for data link test tools equipment, gateway systems and mini-rack development and technical support to Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific software and systems engineering, development, and support services. One offer received, one selected.

Northrop Grumman received $9,179,598 for Enhanced Polar System Control and Planning Segment protected key management architecture (KMA).

Tecolote Research, Inc. received $7,329,997 for Space & Missile Systems Center acquisition and financial support, Remote Sensing Systems Directorate.

United Launch Services LLC received $373,312,352 for launch vehicle production services supporting configurations of one NRO Atlas V 421 and one NRO Delta IV Heavy.

Universal Technology Corp. received $37,600,000 for scientific management advice for research and technology (SMART), ensuring R&D conducted at AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate and Directed Energy Directorate can continue to provide high performance technologies and systems with sustained reliability.

CYBER, IT, COMMS & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Alion Science & Technology; Battelle Memorial Institute; Booz Allen Hamilton; Exelis, Inc.; Georgia Tech; MacAulay-Brown, Inc.; ManTech; Northrop Grumman; TASC, Inc.; and Wyle Laboratories, Inc. have been added to a previous (8 Oct 2015) contract (which was worth $5 billion) for Cyber Security & Information Systems Technical Area Tasks.

BAE Systems received $15,661,346 to develop organic depot standup repair capability at Tobyhanna Army Depot for AN/APX-118 Mode 4 and -123/123A Mode 4/5 identification transponder systems.

BAE Systems received $8,428,549 for Regenerative, Intent-Guided Systems (RINGS) software.

Consumer Fuels Inc. received $10,491,970 for 10 mobile tower systems and initial issue spares.

IBM received $80,125,573 for IT services at Redstone Arsenal.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $23,112,161 for engineering and technology acquisition support services to Hanscom AFB, and its geographically separated units. This involves FMS. Jacobs Technology Inc. also received $8,049,182 for engineering and technology acquisition support services to Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units.

Mercury Defense Systems, Inc. received $41,802,436 for 200 Miniaturized I/J Band Digital Radio Frequency Memory Modulators (DRFM) and associated repairs and evaluations. Mini DRFM is an electronic and radio frequency device that produces high fidelity threat simulator systems for test, eval, and training missions. This was not competitively procured, FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $99,900,000 for KGV-72 Type I Programmable Inline Encryption Devices (PIED), which process classified messaging traffic via the Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P) program.

Raytheon received $7,715,974 for Interfaces, Models, and Monitoring for Resource-Aware Transformations that Augment the Lifecycles of Systems (IMMoRTALS) software.

SEDNA Digital Solutions received $11,713,761 for engineering and technical services for high fidelity simulation/stimulation and common processing system software development, and single port array controller asynchronous transfer mode cards. Issued per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5) and 15 U.S.C. 638 (r).

ICBM

Orbital ATK received $790,300,000 for ICBM propulsion subsystem support.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Boeing received $261,980,643 for lot 19 JDAM tailkits.

The Canadian Commercial Corp. received $26,300,000 for rocket-assisted takeoff rocket motors and initiators at Stony Mountain, Manitoba.

Lockheed Martin received $7,229,933 for PAC-3 missile segment enhancement services to support the Integrated Air & Missile Defense program with flight test, integration support, and Software–Fire Solution Computer optimization.

Lockheed Martin received $9,077,866 for work on the Joint Air to Surface Stand-off Missile program (B-52 integration, test instrumentation kit install, laser scan).

Network Management Resources, Inc. received $15,945,835 for services: global video conferencing (classified&unclass), collaboration, customer facing business application, and end user training for MDA.

Northrop Grumman received $31,599,538 for: field services (repairs, integrated logistics, technical documentation, reliability & performance evals); providing US and UK with expendable hardware (D5 gas generator cases, launch tube closures, spare parts) and Strategic Systems Programs Alterations including refresh of launcher subsystem components. In support of Strategic Weapons System Ashore Test Facility, NG will provide equipment and tech support to prepare for Test Bay #1 Missile Service Unit certification. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & (4).

Raytheon received $9,989,264 to work on air and missile defense capability Phase 2 in Huntsville, AL.

Raytheon received $18,082,165 for contractor logistics support HARM Targeting System depot repairs and sustainment activities.

Raytheon received $24,039,067 for FY2016 U.S. Navy Standard Missile depot & intermediate level maintenance, all-up-round re-certification, special maintenance tasks, and FMS SM-2 repairs & maintenance.

Raytheon received $25,713,978 for AMRAAM production (lots 28-30). This involves unnamed FMS (presumably to South Korea, Oman, Singapore, and Thailand, as they were recipients on an earlier related contract).

Raytheon received $31,818,801 for Excalibur 155mm increment Ib projectiles – a total of 464 projectiles and three palletized containers for U.S. Army.

Raytheon received $38,475,406 for SM-3 Block IB production support and engineering efforts.

CBRNE

InBios International Inc. received $9,600,000 to develop multiple immunochromatographic tests for “rapid diagnosis and detection of infectious diseases and biological warfare agents of military significance.”

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

General Dynamics received $24,683,252 for 29,004 units of demilitarization and disposal: MLRS M26 (H104) rocket pod containers, rockets, and components.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $103,771,273 to produce thirteen Engineering, Manufacturing & Development (EMD) Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Phase 1 Increment 1 (ACV 1.1). This includes services associated with manufacturing, engineering, logistics and program support. SAIC received $121,543,478 to produce thirteen Engineering, Manufacturing and Development (EMD) Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Phase 1, Increment 1 (ACV 1.1). This includes manufacturing, engineering, and logistics services.

Oshkosh Defense received $12,869,715 for MRAP all-terrain vehicle repair kits. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1). Oshkosh Defense received $11,081,849 to reset and upgrade 100 MRAP ATVs.

Tecmotiv (USA) Inc. received $10,801,303 for diesel repair kits.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Cummins Mid-South received $19,526,167 to support multiple weapon system programs. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

CLOTHING

Bethel Industries Inc. received $14,253,665 for various USMC uniform trousers.

Excel Garment Manufacturing, LTD received $8,426,077 for coats and trousers for various types of USAF uniforms.

The Original Footwear Co. received $10,148,631 for U.S. Army hot weather combat boots.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Northrop Grumman received $72,254,320 for the Mission Command Training program that provides realistic training for Army leadership.

FUEL & ENERGY

AhnTech, Inc. received $7,610,728 to add “additional line items to the fuel contract.”

Mathews Assoc. Inc., and Bren-Tronics, Inc. received a combined $23,167,028 for lithium-ion storage batteries for U.S. Army. Sole source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

MEDICAL & SAFETY

Allan Baker, Inc. received $30,000,000 for various optical lenses for military services using the electronic catalog program.

Cherokee Nation Assurance (CNA); DS Federal; Eagle Applied Sciences; Laulima Government Solutions; One Federal Solution; TCONNEX; Venesco & Hyperion JV received $49,800,000 for support service at USAMRIID, Ft. Detrick.

Dependable American Hospital Services; InGenesis Inc.; Healthcare Resource Network; Platinum Business Corp.; Federal Staffing Resources; Cherokee Medical Services; Aloha Health JV 8A; CentralCare Inc.; Washington-Harris Group Inc.; Quarterline Consulting Services; Matrix Providers Inc.; Donald L Mooney Enterprises; Coastal Clinical & Management Services; Chesapeake Educational Services; Chenega Global Services; Global Consulting International Inc.; Saratoga Medical Center Inc.; Absolute Staffers; Professional Performance Development Group; Medical North America JV; Loyal Source Government Services; Angel Staffing Inc. received a combined $983,500,000 for Clinical Acquisition for Support Services. Qualified health care workers will provide direct patient care in treatment of Military Health System beneficiaries inside military treatment facilities, as well as logical extensions within the U.S. and Guam along the following clinical categories: allied health, ancillary, behavioral health, dental, nursing, primary care, specialty care, and technician.

Fast Track Drugs & Biologics LLC received $7,019,015 to develop a new anti-malarial drug.

HP received $19,149,016 for operation and maintenance of (government-owned, contractor-operated) Global Service Center for Defense Health Agency (DHAGSC), Health Information Technology Directorate.

Veteran Information Technologies received $10,641,143 for End User Devices, laptops/computer hardware for DHA and various DOD sites. Delivery location will be Tobyhanna Army Depot.

FORCE PROTECTION

Alutiiq Advanced Security Solutions received $16,571,579 for security officer services for leased spaces within National Capital Region.

TRANSPORTATION 

Austal Hull 130 Chartering received $9,140,850 for the charter of a U.S.-flagged passenger/cargo vessel supporting USMC III MEF in the Far East.

For international airlift services, airlines (all members of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet program) received $357,053,176. Participants include: ABX Air, Air Transportation International, JetBlue, Kalitta Air, Northern Air Cargo, Omni Air International, United Airlines, UPS, American Airlines, Atlas Air, FedEx, Polar Air Cargo, Miami Air International, MN Airlines, National Air Cargo Group, Delta, Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Tatonduk Outfitters, Lynden Air Cargo, Southwest Airlines, and Allegiant Air.

Drew Marine USA Inc. received $10,015,245 for worldwide supply, delivery and services for shipboard chemical treatment; foam testing, supply and disposal; industrial gases; and refrigerants for U.S. MSC naval ships and vessel.

ENVIRONMENTAL

URS Group Inc.; Jacobs Government Services; HDR Environmental, Operations & Construction Inc.; MWH-CARDNO TEC-BAKER- JV; and Tetra Tech Inc. received a combined $500,000,000 for architect-engineering 2013 (A-E13) environmental services including operations and maintenance, environmental restoration account, environmental compliance, BRAC, and military family housing programs worldwide.

FOOD SERVICES

Bunzl Distribution LLC received $17,652,588 to provide miscellaneous operating supplies and paper bags for commissary stores in the continental U.S., Puerto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Pacific Theater.

Duck Delivery Produce Inc. received $12,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables for U.S. Department of Agriculture school and tribal reservation programs.

USFI Inc. received $67,902,033 for food and beverages to DOD and non-DoD customers (South Korea). This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (a.k.a. base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

EMCOR Government Services received $7,968,890 for facility support services at Naval Support Activity Bethesda.

Ernst & Young received $24,552,712 for Army audit readiness and general fund financial statement improvement.

IAP World Services Inc. received $29,718,594 for base operations support services at Naval Support Activity Annapolis.

KPMG LLP received $26,183,088 for management services assisting in asserting and sustaining audit readiness.

PE Systems, Inc. received $22,477,422 to support (information, advice, opinions, alternatives, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, information technology tools, training, and services) SECAF acquisition directorate and other HQ orgs.

TechFlow Inc. received $12,625,251 for ACC primary training ranges operations and maintenance services across the U.S.

TRAX International received $8,192,818 for test support to Yuma Proving Ground.

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

Greenland Contractors I/S received $70,173,182 for Thule Air Base maintenance and operation (e.g. civil engineering, airfield & water port operations, fuels management, transportation, non-secure comms, environmental management, food services, medical & public health, supply, recreation & community services).

Landscape Management Systems Inc. received $8,012,895 for grounds maintenance and tree trimming at Naval Base Guam and Andersen AFB.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

AIC International Inc.; APC Construction; Fargo Pacific Inc.; Keum Yang Corp.; Reliable Builders Inc.; Techni-Con Inc.; Tikigaq Construction LLC received $245,000,000 for construction primarily within NAVFAC Marianas.

POWER Engineers Inc. received $20,000,000 for various electrical projects involving architect-engineering services under NAVFAC Pacific.

RELYANT Global LLC received $14,499,305 to build ground support equipment shops at North Ramp, Andersen AFB, Guam.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT

Aberdeen, MD, municipality received $7,356, 821 for service and capital improvements to water and wastewater services for Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Dirtworks Inc. of Vicksburg received $7,640,844 to waterproof Upper Concordia Lake levee and berms in Vidalia, LA.

GF-GEI IEPR JV received $9,500,000 to support dam and levee safety projects within USACE civil works mission boundaries.

INFRASTRUCTURE PRIVATIZATION

American Water Operations & Maintenance, Inc. received $7,757,484 for privatized water distribution and wastewater collection systems at Hill AFB.

City Power & Light, Inc. received $7,345,296 for privatized electric distribution at Hill AFB.

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Coffman Specialties Inc. received $7,110,000 to repair Runway 12/30 at Naval Air Facility El Centro, CA.

Interstate Highway Construction received $33,977,513 for Vance AFB runway repair.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

Benaka Inc. received $9,624,000 to build a laundry room, and complete renovations/repairs in building 2003 at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

Bismark Construction Corp. received $17,108,605 to maintain and repair buildings, facilities and structures on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

B.L. Harbert International received $22,740,000 for design and construction of Group Special Troops Battalion Facility, Ft. Campbell.

Cerrudo Services Inc. received $46,000,000 for construction services, Southwest Pacific Division, USACE.

Chavis’ Inc.; G.T. Painting & Construction Co.; Olympic Enterprises Inc.; Pro Coating Services Inc.; Vima Construction Corp.; WB Brawley Co. received a combined $10,000,000 for painting projects in Marine Corps Installation-East.

Cox Construction Co. received $11,799,000 to repair a fleet operations and training facility at Naval Base Point Loma.

Eastern Construction & Electric Inc. received $8,797,800 for design and construction of a full facility restoration project to renovate and repair the Ashley, PA, Army Reserve Center and organizational maintenance shop.

Hentzen Coatings received $9,826,086 to supply paint to the Red River Army Depot paint shop.

Jabex-Absher JV received $43,805,243 to construct a company operations facility and tactical equipment maintenance facility at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

MEB General Contractors Inc. received $36,565,000 for construction of fuel distribution facilities at MCAS Beaufort.

RBI-Zumwalt JV received $22,405,001 to repair Building 449, Quad D, Schofield Barracks, HI.

SAMES Inc.; The GFP Group; Gideon Contracting LLC; Tikigaq Construction LLC; DLF SafeNet JV; and ADTBC LLC received a combined $45,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $13,885,897 for dredging Baltimore harbor and channels.

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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 uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses.

Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran. His writing has been featured in CounterPunch and Media Roots.

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  1. Can anyone explain if the money involved is freshly created to realize all this? Could it be that the nation states (incl. the USA) receiving the goods and services only have to pay interest to the private banks behind fed-type cartels? If so this would fit in the strategy that the money printers have applied for many decades.
    This is my take from:
    1) the book ‘Secrets of the federal Reserve’ by Eustace Mullins;
    2) the WWII history;
    3) the way in which Japan in 1904 was paid by Schiff to fight Russia;
    4) how the US over the past decades provided weapons ‘for free’ to pakistan;
    5) the discussions I had with a friend (former US marine who fought 2 tours in Vietnam), who explained to me how weapons were traded for drugs.
    If I am correct, the first export product of the US is the dollar, and financing weapons and industries are a means to create debt as demand for dollars. As a result, war is an effective way to enslave the world’s population.
    Pleased to take comments from anyone who has insights in this matter.

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