BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for May 2016

DOD spent $15,777,808,000+ on 237 individual contracts during May 2016

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

The Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $15,777,808,000 on 237 individual contracts during May 2016. This amount does not include 17 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $1,446,026,221.

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

Abacus Technology Corp. received $7,685,757 for engineering and technology acquisition support services (disciplined systems & specialty engineering; technical & information assurance; support and products) at Hanscom AFB. This involves FMS (Thailand, Poland, Morocco, Oman and Romania).

Datron World Communications Inc. received $13,430,907 to provide Afghanistan with radios and spare parts. One bid solicited, one received.

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $16,366,653 to provide the U.K. with tactical missile tubes in support of the common missile compartment.

Harris Corp. received $405,500,000 to provide Morocco with Single Channel Ground & Airborne Radio Systems (SINGARS) including ancillary items, spare parts, installation kits, training and fielding support services. One bid solicited, one received.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. (IRTC) received $9,474,491 to provide Netherlands, India, Latvia, Norway, Chile, Egypt, Finland, Iraq, Qatar, and South Korea with furnish programmatic services for the Cruise Missile Defense System Project Office.

L-3 Communications received $14,185,927 for Cessna 208B ISR program production, capabilities, and spares. This involves FMS to Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Philippines. Sole-source acquisition. North American Surveillance Systems received $39,983,647 to modify and integrate ISR capabilities into Cessna 208B. This includes training and field service representatives. This involves “pseudo foreign military sales to Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Philippines.” Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin received $331,760,390 to provide Israel, Finland, Jordan, and Singapore with Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) alternative warhead rocket pods (290); unitary rocket pods (34); and reduced range practice rocket pods (529). One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $85,286,000 to retrofit UH-60M helicopters to full operational capability for Mexico.

Lockheed Martin received $54,906,126 for P-3C Mission System Refresh Program to upgrade the mission computer, acoustic equipment, armament/ordnance, and displays & controls of eight P-3C for Germany. This was not competitively procured, 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4), international agreement.

Lockheed Martin received $33,097,520 for continued development/test of Japan’s Aegis modernization baseline computer programs/equipment (upgrades Atago class ships from Baseline 7 Phase 1R to Advanced Capability Build 12 with TI-12).

Navistar Defense received $11,682,550 to provide Afghanistan with 50 medium tactical vehicle aircraft refuelers. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $8,346,102 to provide Saudi Arabia’s Navy with new MK39 MOD 3A Ring Laser Gyro Inertial Navigation Systems [PDF] equipment, associated components, shore based tools, and spare parts. This was not competitively procured, “with the solicitation not synopsized under the exemptions in FAR 5.202 (a)(3).”

Raytheon received $28,656,989 for the Qatar Air & Missile Defense Operations Center.

Raytheon received $104,575,981 to form, fit, function & refresh AMRAAM Guidance Section for South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Romania. Sole-source.

Rockwell Collins received $12,087,181 to provide Mexico’s Navy with transportable Blackhawk Operations Simulator. One bid solicited, one received.

S&K Aerospace LLC received $269,000,000 for Parts and Repair Ordering System (PROS) IV. This is 100% FMS to 107 countries.


Applied Research Associates; Booz Allen Hamilton; EOIR Technologies; and Leidos Inc. received $249,781,641 for persistent surveillance - intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (PS-ISR) analytic software R&D.

Boeing (Insitu Inc.) received $71,555,347 for six LRIP lot V RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aircraft systems.  This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Harris Corp. (Exelis Inc.) received $10,357,560 for the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS). Harris will provide InfiniBand Wide Area Network high-speed transport layer & data usage and dissemination capabilities. This allows direct feed of info without going through a third party, increased speed for data collection/processing, and cloud computing architecture.

L-3 Communications received $8,499,996 to upgrade existing Block 15 Predator Mission Aircrew Training System devices to the Blue Box Hi-Def configuration.

Raytheon received $49,800,000 for Persistent Surveillance & Dissemination System of Systems (PSDS2) operations and sustainment support. One bid solicited, one received.


CACI-CMS Information Systems received $14,059,500 for state media for National Guard recruiting.

Laughlin, Marinaccio & Owens Inc. (LMO) received $12,612,620 for recruiting and retention services for the Air National Guard. One bid solicited, one received.


SRI International received $9,467,110 for automated media integrity assessment software and hardware. SRI will integrate technologies (for automated assessment of image/video integrity) into a visual media forensics platform.


Iron Mike Construction received $7,377,451 to build a new clubhouse at the Air Force Academy’s Eisenhower Golf Course.


AECOM Technical Services received $52,805,043 for architectural and engineering services to repair the bottom outlet of the Mosul Dam, Iraq.

American K-9 Detection Services received $12,750,804 for trained and certified narcotic & explosive detector dogs, kennel masters, and trainers in Afghanistan.

Columbia Helicopters Inc. and AAR Airlift Group received $31,294,989 and $33,550,498 respectively for rotary wing aircraft, personnel, equipment, and maintenance to perform passenger & cargo air transportation in Afghanistan.

Raytheon received $14,251,726 for multinational information sharing services in Kuwait, Jordan, Qatar, Iraq, and Shaw AFB. One bid solicited, one received.

Vectrus Systems received $173,756,967 for enterprise network capabilities and support to USCENTCOM, specifically Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE, and Jordan.


Carahsoft Technology received $42,000,000 for design, development, integration testing and operational support for a Distributed Common Ground/Surface System (DCGS) Integration Backbone (DIB) Metadata Catalog (MDC) and data integration in the extensible markup language (XML) in support of USSOCOM, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics.

L-3 Communications received $9,000,000 for non-warranty repair and spare parts for visual augmentation systems: Fusion Goggle System, Fusion Goggle Enhanced, Ground Panoramic Night Vision Goggles, and the Ruggedized Ultra-Light Rangefinder. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Nammo Talley Inc. received $7,438,906 for M72 light anti-armor weapon (LAW) E8 and E10 test articles to support USSOCOM and USMC. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Palantir Technologies Inc. received $222,106,780 for All Source Information Fusion (ASIF) software licenses and associated support for USSOCOM Acquisition, Technology & Logistics. Sole-source, per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $49,500,000 to continue LRIP of Silent Knight Radar system for USSOCOM. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (1).


Booz Allen Hamilton received $400,000,000 to provide DIA’s chief information officer and other IC/DOD elements with enterprise management services. Includes help desk support for community-wide IC Information Technology Enterprise Desktop Environment implementation.


Carnegie Mellon University received $8,889,159 for basic and applied research of unconstrained resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging-tracking, surveillance and identification (UROPA-TSI) in support of the Special Surveillance Program. Research will provide algorithms and research to solve scientific problems (low-resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging) that are encountered during aerial and biometric surveillance.

University of Dayton and UES Inc. received a shared $20,800,000 for additional research in the areas of power, energy and thermal technologies.

Georgia Institute of Technology received $9,440,433 for R&D in Leveraging the Analog Domain for Security. GIT will provide multi-model analog sensing to adaptively determine what features to compute from signals emitted by a device during training and testing, extracting sub-bands of interest, de-noising the individual signals, and removing interfering transmission by other devices in the vicinity.

Utah State University (Space Dynamics Laboratory) received $19,999,986 to research ISR systems.


Y-Tech Services received $18,112,580 for maintenance, repair, and logistics support for the Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Test Center (RTC).


Lockheed Martin received $1,271,800,000 for aircraft added by the U.S. services in FY2016 budget deliberations and by Congress in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016. This provides: 6 F-35B for USMC ($574,200,000; 45.2%); 3 F-35A for USAF ($252,000,000; 19.8%); and 4 F-35C for USN ($445,600,000; 35%).

Lockheed Martin received $31,100,000 long lead-time materials, parts, components and effort required to maintain planned production schedule for eight F-35A LRIP lot 12 for the Netherlands. Paid for with non-U.S. DOD participant funds.

Lockheed Martin received $21,200,000 to provide Digital Tuner Insertion Program configuration parts for the Norway/Italy Reprogramming Lab, the Australia/Canada/UK Reprogramming Lab, and the U.S. Reprogramming Lab in support of F-35 LRIP lot 11 aircraft. Purchases: USAF ($1,700,000; 18.2%); USMC ($1,700,000; 18.2%); International Partners ($5,950,000; 63.6%).

Lockheed Martin received $20,046,765 for LRIP lot 8 non-recurring special tooling/special test equipment to manufacture F-35 general material bulkheads for USAF ($7,891,408; 39.4%); U.S. Navy ($3,945,705; 19.7%); USMC ($3,945,705; 19.7%); and international partners ($4,263,947; 21.2%).

Lockheed Martin received $10,559,065 for 61 retrofit kits to correct F-35 deficiencies that preclude mission readiness and initial operating capabilities for USAF ($6,251,922; 59.2%); USMC ($2,336,937; 22.1%); USN ($1,970,206; 18.7%).

Lockheed Martin received $10,209,050 for F-35 Block 3F upgrades (retrofit modification hardware & diminishing manufacturing source components) for USMC ($4,760,145; 47%); USAF ($1,832,552; 18%); USN ($608,067; 6%); and international partners ($3,008,287; 29%).

Straub Construction received $46,324,000 for F-35C hangar modernization and additions at NAS Lemoore.


Bell-Boeing JPO received $58,784,829 for non-recurring engineering & logistics supporting development/integration of the aerial refueling system for MV-22.

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $8,537,278 for V-22 heat stack assemblies.


Boeing received $9,290,393 for repair coverage of 24 various P-8A mission system components. Boeing received $14,505,917 for repair coverage of 204 commercial components used on P-8A. Boeing received $19,631,293 for repair coverage of 193 various P-8A mission system components. These were sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.

EDO Corp. received $29,802,574 for 35 BRU-75A and BRU-76A bomb rack units for U.S. Navy (27 at $23,005,206; 77%); and Australia (8 ship sets at $6,797,368; 23%) supporting P-8A full-rate production 2-3 lot 6-7. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

CFM International Inc. received $32,474,747 for supplies & services required for the CFM56 engine field assessment, unscheduled engine repair, technical assistance for removal and replacement of engines in support of the P-8. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1a2.


AAR Allen Services Inc. received $7,280,276 for overhauling T-700 anti-ice valves.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $88,117,272 for eight UH-60M aircraft.

Woodward Inc. received $9,225,825 for depot-level repair support of hydro mechanical units on the T700 engine (made by General Electric) and for commercial asset visibility reporting requirements.


L-3 Communications received $302,208,932 for C-12 logistics incl. post-production, maintenance, and materials for USMC Reserve C-12 (UC-12B/F/M/W) and Navy TC-12B trainer aircraft.


Boeing received $15,040,000 to repair 26 inboard leading edge flaps and 21 outbound leading edge flaps in support of the F-18 aircraft at Cecil Field. Boeing received $9,600,000 to repair 64 F-18 horizontal stabilizers at Cecil Field.

Boeing received $13,514,219 for supplies and services for design, development, and testing efforts on the Radio Frequency Blanking Unit in support of F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft.

International Enterprises Inc. received $17,404,226 for F-16 dual-mode transmitter repairs. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Northrop Grumman received $9,200,000 for avionics source data required for acquisition of depot level operational test program sets on E-2D. This includes 14 detailed functional description documentation packages and system synthesis model reports for Group III avionic units under test.


Alion Science & Technology Corp.; ANDRO Computational Solutions; Calvert Systems Engineering Inc.; CoSolutions Inc.; Harris Corp.; Expression Networks LLC; Freedom Technologies Inc.; and URS Federal Services Inc. received $136,802,655 for operational spectrum support, electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) and spectrum engineering, strategic spectrum planning, and research & analysis for emerging spectrum technologies for the Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO).

Lockheed Martin received $424,232,240 for AN/GPQ-11(V) Threat Radar Emitter Simulations products and services and other target/threat simulators and peripheral equipment in support of the Aircrew Electronic Warfare Tactical Training Range (AEWTTR) project.

L-3 Communications received $19,000,000 for a Radio Frequency Continuous Wave Microwave Power Module amplifier, which will be used as a drop-in replacement for existing shipboard and airborne electronic warfare (EW) systems, and as an amplifier for newly manufactured EW systems.


Lockheed Martin received $14,799,257 for additional parts and materials, repairs, travel and field service representative training. This includes recurring engineering services on C/KC-130J for USMC/USMC Reserves (80.3%); U.S. Coast Guard (12.9%); and Kuwait (6.8%).


CWG JV received $36,114,652 to design and build a KC-46A Depot Maintenance Complex Support Infrastructure at Tinker AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $29,979,895 for KC-10 program contractor logistics support. Northrop Grumman received $17,542,565 for four KC-10 engine overhauls.


Airborne Tactical Advantage Co. received $43,142,639 to support the Contracted Air Services (CAS) Program, which provides contractor owned & operated Type III High Subsonic and Type IV Supersonic aircraft to U.S. Navy for airborne threat simulation capabilities.

Boeing received $11,128,838 for non-recurring engineering (design, develop, manufacture lab kits & test kits) for incorporation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast into the T-45 training system.

Entwistle Co. received $19,641,231 for fuels operational readiness capability equipment.

General Electric received $24,000,000 for research on power and thermal management system detailed design.

King Aerospace Inc. received $9,235,513 for contractor logistics services on C-9B aircraft, including base site operations, depot planned maintenance interval inspections, and engine shop visits.


Coulson Aviation USA Inc. received $16,419,590 to design, manufacture, and install a 3,500-gallon Retardant Delivery System (RDS) on 7 Coast Guard HC-130H (to be turned over to the U.S. Forest Service) for firefighting.


L-3 Communications received $79,895,466 for logistics required to support and maintain the TH-57 fleet at NAS Whiting Field (98%) and NAS Patuxent River.


General Dynamics received $20,897,644 for KIV-78 Identification Friend or Foe production. This also provides an estimated additional 700 units/year for unnamed FMS.


General Dynamics received $8,656,220 for one MK 82 director and MK 200 director controller system ship set of the Missile Fire Control System MK 99 equipment, and associated engineering services.

Lockheed Martin received $62,412,413 for technical engineering, configuration management, equipment/supplies, quality- and information assurance, etc.) for Aegis development & test sites (Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and Naval Systems Computing Center).

Raytheon received $365,848,801 for Aegis AN/SPY-1D(V) Radar Transmitter Group, Missile Fire Control System MK 99 equipment, and associated engineering services for the U.S. Navy (17%); South Korea (50%); and Japan (33%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(4).


Austal USA received $11,794,802 for engineering and management services for advance planning and design re: post shakedown availability for the LCS PCU Montgomery (LCS-8).

General Dynamics received $83,482,592 for LCS class sustainment execution (work preparing for and implementing depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications).


BAE Systems received $17,685,931 for USS Tortuga (LSD 46) FY2016 special selected restricted availability (SRA).

BAE Systems received $29,258,886 for phased maintenance availability repair work onboard USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43).

BAE Systems received $32,546,563 for Drydock Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA) repair work onboard USS Farragut (DDG 99).

BAE Systems received $40,659,091 for USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60) FY2016 extended dry-docking selected restricted availability.

BAE Systems received $52,492,821 for USS Kearsarge (LHD-3) FY2016 planned maintenance availability.

Boston Ship Repair received $11,626,048 for 75-calendar day shipyard availability for USNS William Mclean (T-AKE 12) overhaul and dry-docking.

C & N Universe received $7,532,268 for organizational level maintenance, repairs, and support for the commander, Pacific Fleet Berthing & Messing Barge Program in San Diego, CA (31.4%); Puget Sound, WA (28.84%); Pearl Harbor (22.2%); Yokosuka, Japan (7.11%); Sasebo, Japan (5.44%); and Guam (5.01%).

C&N Universe Inc. and Miller Marine received a shared $15,000,000 for ship structural repair services onboard U.S. Navy ships vessels within a 50-mile radius of San Diego, CA.

Detyens Shipyards received $7,427,272 for 43-calendar day shipyard availability for the mid-term availability of USNS John Lenthall (T-AO 189).

General Dynamics received $106,167,876 for long lead-time material and engineering support for the Expeditionary Mobile Base 5 (formerly Mobile Landing Platform Afloat Forward Staging Base). This was not competitively procured, per U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Marine Hydraulics International received $12,591,667 for USS Bainbridge (DDG 96) FY2016 selected restricted availability (SRA).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $14,954,986 for DDG 51 class follow yard services (FYS).

Timken Gears & Services received $82,997,703 for two main reduction gear (MRG) shipsets and one half (starboard side only) MRG shipset for DDG 51 class destroyers. MRG gears transmit power from two main propulsion turbines to the propulsion shaft. Each DDG 51 class destroyer has two gear sets, one for each propulsion shaft.


Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $152,005,409 for initial advance procurement efforts in support of FY2018 detail design and construction of Enterprise (CVN 80). HIINC is USA’s only designer and builder of nuclear powered aircraft carriers. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $8,500,000 for a ship set of XHT material for a Virginia Class Submarine.

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $9,984,609 for continued erection services at Electric Boat’s Automated Frame & Cylinder Facility for the Ohio Replacement Program. Includes on-site technical assistance for D, E, F, and R first article quad pack fixtures.

Lockheed Martin received $72,842,012 for MK 48 Mod 7 heavyweight torpedo guidance & control sections, Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System upgrade kits, test equipment, spares, production support material, engineering support, and hardware repair support.


American Electronic Warfare Associates received $9,164,541 for engineering, management, and technical services in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department.

BAE Systems received $9,464,114 to support and upgrade existing Software Compliant Architecture (SCA) Common Data Link (CDL) products. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

BAE Systems received $12,096,000 for eight OE-120 Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System antenna systems for U.S. Navy (7); and MDA (1).

Brandes Associates Inc. (BAI) received $23,560,441 for engineering support of integration & test of mission planning products (incl. Joint Mission Planning Systems Common Control System) and associated mission planning and control systems and subsystems for U.S. Navy, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Spain, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia.

Computer Integration & Programming Solutions; Fulcrum; IOMAXIS; Praxis; Zurka Interactive; Exelis; Parsons; Sotera Defense Solutions received a shared $245,000,000 for engineering and technical support to Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Information Technology Division. (KeyW Corp. was added to this deal on 25 May 2016.)

General Dynamics received $7,255,860 for AN/USC-61(C) digital modular radio supplies & services. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), FAR subpart 6.302-1.

Howell Laboratories Inc. received $10,000,000 for membrane element assemblies for the U.S. Navy. Sole-source, per U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Laguna Components; Archer Technologies; Impact Components; and Space Vector Corp. received a shared $9,500,000 for various electronic components (integrated circuits; resistors; capacitors, inductors, transformers, passive semiconductor devise, and connectors) used in manufacturing airborne telemetry and instrumentation systems that are part of various guided weapons delivered to the U.S. Navy Fleet.

Lockheed Martin received $7,735,508 for engineering services to complete component requalification, safety testing, and initial operational test/eval support analyses and telemetry development tasks on the Long Range Land Attack Projectile (LRLAP). Not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $11,244,584 to support (target material database production & maintenance, software production, systems engineering, logistics, testing & integration) Tactical Operational Scene (TOPSCENE) Tactical Terrain Visualization System software and database generation facility. This also supports geo-specific scene visualization, weapon and sensor specific simulation and interoperability with legacy mission planning system and software, including the Joint Mission Planning System and Portable Flight Planning System.

Lockheed Martin received $40,761,140 for engineering services, travel, and direct costs to develop, integrate, and produce future advanced-capability-build and technical insertion baselines for AN/SQQ-89A, version 15.

L-3 Communications received $9,336,979 for MK 46 and MK 20 Electro-Optical Sensor System depot spares for U.S. Navy (81%); and South Korea (19%, $1,774,026).

Management Services Group Inc. received $7,560,515 for up to 12,275 various hardware components for the Technique Control Modulator (TCM) Hydra. TCM Hydras, used with other countermeasure set modules, generate radio frequency signals, which test and evaluate weapon systems and to train fleet operators.

Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received $9,455,718 for advanced planning services in support of Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) availabilities, continuous maintenance availabilities (CMAV), inactivation CMAVs, sustainment availabilities, phased modernization availabilities, re-commissioning availabilities, continuous maintenance and emergent maintenance window of opportunity for ship classes LPD 17 and LSD 44/47.

Raytheon received $36,356,139 for long lead material for DDG 1002 Zumwalt class destroyer mission system equipment MK 57 vertical launch system.

Rolls-Royce received $8,153,954 for DDG 51 Flight III adaptation of the DDG 1000 auxiliary turbine generator, designated the AG9160RF.


Boeing received $16,155,968 for the On-Orbit Reprogrammable Digital Waveform Generator (ORDWG) program. Boeing will advance signal generation on GPS and other position navigation and timing efforts. General Dynamics received $10,136,795 for work (analyses, refine algorithms, evaluate implementation alternatives, and R&D advancing state-of-the-art signal generation) on AFRL’s ORDWG program. Northrop Grumman received $13,501,251 for R&D necessary to define and validate an ORDWG design and architecture that is capable of all navigation signals and modulations, and will operate securely in a contested cyber environment.

Centerra Group received $55,201,371 for fire protection, emergency management and emergency medical services at Cape Canaveral AFS.

Harris Corp. received $9,176,202 for system sustainment (program management, systems engineering & admin, test & eval, software & hardware maintenance) for Distributed Space Command & Control-Dahlgren.

Intelligent Software Solutions (ISSINC) received $23,200,350 for Joint Space Operations Center Mission System (Increment 2) infrastructure service oriented architecture. ISSINC will work on information assurance activities at Vandenberg AFB and Colorado Springs, CO.

LinQuest Corp. received $17,130,774 for system engineering and integration support to MILSATCOM Systems at Los Angeles AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $49,719,633 for contractor logistics support, legacy sustainment, and combined task force support on the Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Survivable Endurable Evolution (S2E2), Increment 3.

United Launch Services LLC received $138,686,361 for FY2016 launch vehicle production services (LVPS) supporting configuration of a USAF Atlas V 541 and mission specific commodities for four previously ordered missions.


Affigent LLC received $9,618,052 for unlimited Oracle licenses (E-Business Suites modules) required for USAF Integrated Personnel & Pay System. Mythics Inc. received $10,093,724 for software licenses and support maintenance.

By Light Professional IT Services Inc. received $10,077,000 for a 10-year indefeasible right-of-use dark fiber, equipment, and operations and maintenance support.

CACI received $11,081,749 for compliance and configuration management support for the Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI). Using customers are federal civilian agencies.

Cypher Analytics received $28,785,751 for next generation enclave COTS technology, specifically a hyper-converged computing platform that utilizes commodity hardware- & software-defined storage mechanisms to combine traditional computing and storage resources into single source.

General Dynamics received $14,824,631 for software & reports re: design delivery of a Shadow Compass prototype, correlating GEOINT, SIGINT, and cyber indicators & warning data streams.

Herrick Technology Laboratories received $24,814,141 for airborne-qualified, software-defined radio frequency Poly-Function Transceiver (Polytransceiver) capable of supporting multiple mission functions in the electromagnetic spectrum.

The McKenna Principals Inc. received $15,000,000 to design & develop a prototype (Data Framework & Access Control Enterprise II) that enables DHS to share data/info with DOD and agencies through an access control system.

Northrop Grumman received $11,910,421 for computer system and software application support.

Praxis Engineering Technologies Inc. received $12,555,564; Riverside Research Institute received $7,617,941; Vencore Labs received $8,338,388 for Leveraging the Analog Domain for Security (LADS) R&D: provide multi-model analog sensing to determine what features to compute from signals emitted by a device during training & testing, extracting sub-bands of interest, de-noising the individual signals, and removing interfering transmission by nearby devices.

Telos Corp. received $26,978,951 to modify and replace the De-Militarized Zone (DMZ) at Robins AFB, Beale AFB, Langley AFB, Ramstein AB, and Wichita, KS. This will include networking equipment composed of a kit that contains a firewall, intrusion prevention and -detection systems, anti-virus software, web-portal capability, and security management.


BAE Systems received $49,619,052 to manage, operate, maintain and logistically support the Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) at Beale AFB, Cape Cod AFS, Clear AFS, Thule AB, and RAF Fylingdales.

Black & Veatch (BV) Special Projects Corp. received $70,000,000 for highly specialized architectural and engineering services to Ballistic Missile Defense program.

Boeing received $8,130,351 for ICBM guidance system engineering and program management, with focus on the communications equipment interface unit.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $62,719,885 for advisory & assistance services for security programs supporting MDA’s technical, engineering, advisory and management support (TEAMS) re: emerging and fielded Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) assets, info, and people. This also works on: helping MDA review & disclosure classified military- and controlled unclassified information; international visits & assignments; technology transfer; and munitions export/import licensing for all personnel, offices, components.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $25,210,341 for advisory & assistance services for intelligence support to MDA’s Technical, Engineering, Advisory and Management (TEAMS) to sustain BMDS throughout the acquisition life cycle.

ManTech received $32,068,507 for counterintelligence re: technical, engineering, advisory and management support at MDA. This aids Defense Agency Counterintelligence Program missions and functional areas authorized by DOD Directive 5240.02 that detect-thwart intelligence collection & other activities.

Parsons Government Services received $9,799,984 to provide MDA with Technical Engineering, Advisory, and Management Support (TEAMS) facilities life cycle management (advisory & assistance incl. facilities & infrastructure; sync integration & operations with strategic planning, acquisition, & financials; BMDS site activation, deployment, & integration). OCONUS work includes: Fort Greely; Pacific Missile Range Facility; Clear AFS; Romania; Poland; Japan; Qatar; & Saudi Arabia).

Yorktown Systems Group received $119,316,070 for advisory and assistance services (mostly office admin support) to MDA’s organizations (including FMS in support of technical, engineering, advisory and management support).


Boeing received $3,205,563,047 for JDAM tail kits. This involves unnamed FMS.

DRS Environmental Systems received $7,237,235 for the Transporter Erector Replacement Program. DRS will address government requirements that include providing Transporter Erector able to turn onto 16-foot wide roads or greater.

Honeywell received $130,000,000 for instrumentation test support to Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Research & Development Office, Test Support Division, Test Diagnostics Branch (J9CXTD). Work at White Sands Missile Range; Kirtland AFB; and Nevada National Security Site (NNSS).

Lockheed Martin received $22,339,851 to continue industrial engineering services at Grand Prairie, TX; White Sands Missile Range (WSMR); Redstone Arsenal; Camden, AR; and Lufkin, TX.

Lockheed Martin received $321,847,403 for R&D supporting the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) integration and test phase. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin and Raytheon received a shared $649,730,000 for Paveway II production, a five-year extension.

Raytheon received $9,074,985 for FY2016 Standard Missile-6 (SM-6) production and spares requirements.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin/Javelin JV received $16,129,750 for task management and engineering to establish Spiral 3 design requirements and analysis.

Raytheon received $76,070,200 for long lead material in support FY2016-2018 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles (ESSM) Block I production for U.S. Navy (16%); Australia, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, and Norway (84%) as part of NATO’s Sea Sparrow Consortium. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-4 (10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4)), international agreement.

SAIC received $9,853,488 for systems and computer resource support for the Aviation & Missile, Development & Engineering Center, Software Engineering Directorate in Huntsville, AL.


Lockheed Martin received $16,170,176 for software, hardware, and reports to develop an integrated Distributed Battle Management capability that manages air-to-air and air-to-ground combat in a peer threat-contested environment.

Raytheon received $350,627,927 for the Advanced Range Tracking & Imaging System (ARTIS).


Harris (Exelis Inc.) received $70,288,630 for 42 (max.) COTS Precision Approach Radar [PAR (PDF)] systems for the Army (21), Navy (16), and USAF (5), to replace AN-FPN-63(V). Includes uninterruptible power supplies, training, and ancillary installation support for each PAR system.


BAE Systems received $10,477,146 for Authorized Stockage List and Special Tools & Test Equipment material to support M109A7/M992A3 in Warren, MI.

BAE Systems received $16,206,835 for torsion bars.

DRS Sustainment Systems received $31,845,252 for 365 joint assault bridges (JAB), related services, and test hardware.

General Dynamics received $329,051,633 for production, logistics product development, and test support for the Stryker 30mm lethality upgrade.

HKP LogIT Management received $14,465,363 to reset HMMWV battery-powered motorized traversing unit (BPMTU). 4,098 BPMTUs will be purchased.

Honeywell received $58,444,729 for Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) parts for repair and overhaul of AGT 1500 engines.

Honeywell received $16,076,275 for electronic components, power cords and central processing units for U.S. Army vehicles. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KDA) received $36,726,822 for CROWS 153A2A1 and CROWS M153A2 to M153A2E1 postproduction conversion.

L-3 received $7,529,412 for systems technical support for Bradley vehicle transmissions. L-3 later received $7,529,412 for systems technical support for Bradley vehicle transmissions.

MOWA Barlovento LLC; CCI Energy & Construction Service; and A.G. Gaston-PRI JV received $15,000,000 for construction at Anniston Army Depot.

Navistar Defense received $29,791,289 to reset and upgrade 250 MRAP.


Aerial Machine & Tools Corp. received $7,999,620 for 4500 Generation 3 primary survival gear carriers, 4500 universal holsters, 4500 body armor shells and 3280 body armor overlays.

Honeywell received $74,184,286 for prepositioning and USMC logistics services for Blount Island Command. Some work aboard 12 Maritime Prepositioning Ships (12%), six locations in Norway (2%), and one location in Kuwait (1%).

Kent Optronics received $47,600,000 for wide field-of-view night vision systems, retrofits, and data. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

Logicore received $16,349,623 for logistics support to Headquarters, Army Material Command (AMC).

N2 Imaging Systems received $49,000,000 for Weapon Sight for Crew-Served M2HB/M2A1 machine guns, test teardown and evaluation, non-warranty repairs, spares, and data. Weapon Sight is a lightweight, battery operated, multi-sensor system for surveillance and target acquisition.

RFD Beaufort; Viking Life Saving Equipment; and Air Cruisers Co. received a shared $58,350,000 for inflatable life rafts.


Burlington Apparel received $20,088,000 and received $14,044,800 for U.S. Army poly/wool cloth.

Tullahoma Industries received $59,389,738 for four types of Army trousers. Some work in Puerto Rico.

Belleville Shoe received $10,914,998 for U.S. Navy safety boots. McRae Industries received $15,104,919 for safety boots. Weinbrenner Shoe received $14,464,069 for hot weather boots.


Construction Development Services received $7,608,310 to renovate Child Care Development Center, Supply Depot Annex 332 & 332A in Norfolk, VA.

General Dynamics; SAIC; Camber Corp.; Carley Corp.; and Sonalysts received a shared $166,319,793 to provide reengineering, development, and personal computer simulation services to Naval Education Training Command’s (NETC) Naval Training Products & Services program.

Global Technical Services received $22,000,000 for IT for the Army Combat Readiness Center’s safety program. One bid solicited, one received.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $427,078,399 to provide test and evaluation/training threat/target systems for warfighter training and debriefing systems. Includes systems engineering to deliver components used in creating simulated combat environments in training systems.


Agera Energy received $44,641,353 for electricity. Direct Energy Business received $17,661,809 for electricity and ancillary services.

BP received $224,194,499 for aviation turbine fuel. Brad Hall & Associates Inc. received $16,188,757 for fuel.

  1. E. Niehoff & Co. received $27,354,883 for generators.

Schneider Electric USA – Black & Veatch JV received $19,288,354 to design and build an energy security microgrid for critical facilities at MCAS Miramar.


EMR Inc. received $7,754,950 to build a medical training facility at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA).

Harris IT Services received $7,548,675 to support U.S. Army corporate dental systems program at Fort Sam Houston.

KLS Martin received $37,356,201 for cranial- and maxillofacial procedural sets. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Lifeport Inc. received $24,000,000 for hospital and medical equipment.

Masimo Corp. received $35,591,024 for pulse oximeters.

SRA International Inc. received $34,590,000 for unspecified biomedical research.

TQM Inc.; Lighthouse for the Blind; and MSGI Corp. received a shared $49,399,990 to supply medical, surgical, pharmaceutical, dental, laboratory, veterinary equipment and materiel sets to Army medical units, nonmedical and medical support programs.

Verathon Inc. received $28,982,025 for medical equipment and accessories.


Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV; Matrix Providers Inc.; Caduceus Healthcare Inc.; Defense Civilian Medical Associates and Jefferson Government Services received $102,000,000 for ADCMS-G2 physician services. Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV LLC; Tistcorp II; Matrix Providers; BTL Technologies Inc.; and Potomac Healthcare Solutions received $59,000,000 for ADCMS-G2 nursing services. International Healthcare Staffing Alliance; Saratoga Medical Center Inc.; Medpro Technologies; and Vesa Health & Technology Inc. received $52,000,000 for ADCMS-G2 ancillary medical services.


Austal USA received $24,604,790 for long-lead-time material and initial engineering support for Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) 12. This allows procurement of ship sets for specifications supporting main propulsion engines, shafting & bearings, waterjet propulsors, stern ramp, and anchor chains. This was not competitively procured, per U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


AmeriQual Group LLC ($117,879,360), The Wornick Co. ($42,746,208), and Valley Foods Inc. ($13,144,032) received those amounts for entrée rations for the unitized group ration heat & serve program for U.S. Army and USMC.

Duck Delivery Produce Inc. received $23,122,942 for fresh fruits and vegetables in Washington and Oregon. Spokane Produce Inc. received $25,066,437 for fresh fruits and vegetables in Washington and Oregon.

Louisiana Workforce Commission received $9,580,960 for food services at Logistics Reediness Center, Fort Polk.

Global Connections to Employment Inc. received $10,357,453 for a dining facility at Joint Base-Lewis McChord. Service Source Inc. received $7,580,195 for dining facility attendant services at Fort Carson.

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

ASRC Communications received $22,722,306 for base operations support services at Vance AFB.

Inland Service Corp. received $35,546,160 for solid waste service.

Southern Federal LLC received $7,618,845 for municipal services for 63d Army Regional Support Command Region 3 (Texas).


CACI received $12,866,003 and Tritus Technologies received $2,573,549 for sustainment and development efforts supporting wide area workflow e-business suite and electronic document access applications/capabilities.

Ernest & Young LLP received $17,509,393 for financial statement audit services.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) received $13,027,725.57 for audit readiness, audit liaison, and systems support for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).


Battelle Memorial Institute received $9,248,217 for Logistics Process and Analytical Services for the Army G-4.

L-3 Communication received $10,187,846 for Interim Logistics Support Services supporting Fort Bragg’s Logistics Readiness Center (LRC). One bid solicited, one received.

Peckham Vocational Industries Inc. received $20,311,839 to clean and repair unserviceable economically repairable organizational clothing and individual equipment for the Regional Logistics Support Center Program – Northeast.

Raytheon received $50,000,000 for USMC Logistics Integration Support (LIS) program. LIS uses a single source to manage the remanufacture/repair and evaluation of Ground Equipment Secondary Reparable LIS items.

Tech Systems Inc. received $13,101,665 for maintenance, supply, and transportation at the Directorate of Logistics, Schofield Barracks, HI.

URS Federal Services received $27,611,794 for maintenance, supply, and transportation service for the Logistics Readiness Center, Fort Polk.


AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure received $48,140,267 to design and build the Central Treatment Plant upgrades and groundwater collection system project, Bunker Hill, Idaho.


Pavetech Inc. received $17,442,195 to repair the runway and lighting on Airfield 7/25 and to repair Taxiway Alpha at NAS Fallon.


A&D Fire Sprinklers Inc.; Fed Con/South Bay JV; HT Fire JV; Millennium Fire Protection Corp.; Southwestern Dakotah Inc.; Superior Fire received a shared $50,000,000 for fire protection construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southwest.

AECOM Technical Services; AMEC-Foster Wheeler Env & Infras Inc.; ARCADIS U.S.; Black Veatch; Cardno GS; Cardno-EA JV; CB&I Federal Services; CH2M; HDR; Jacobs; Leidos; Louis Berger/Aerostar JV; Marstel Day; Parsons; Tetra Tech; and Vernadero received a shared $250,000,000 for architectural & engineering environmental support, South Atlantic Division, USACE.

Burns & McDonnell Engineering received $9,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for Air Force Reserve and military projects within USACE Great Lakes & Ohio River Division Mission Boundaries.

Eagle Fire Inc.; The Ross Group Construction Corp.; Siemens (SGT); W.W. Gay Fire & Integrated System; Wolverine Fire Protection Co.; and VSC Fire & Security received a shared $49,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Eustis Engineering Services received $15,000,000 for geotechnical engineering for USACE New Orleans District and the Mississippi Valley Division.

FBS Federal Design Group received $45,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for the U.S. Army and Air National Guard.

Harper Construction Co. received $15,041,999 to renovate Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 Aviation Maintenance Complex at MCAS Yuma.

HB&A LLC received $10,000,000 for architectural & engineering (Title I, Title II & other services) to administer, coordinate and technically support facility sustainment, restoration, modernization, and construction at: USAF Academy; Buckley AFS; Cheyenne Mountain AFS; Fort Carson; F.E. Warren AFB; Peterson AFB; and Schriever AFB.

HICAPS Inc. received $13,522,929 to renovate bachelor enlisted quarters Building 822 at NAS Jacksonville.

Jacob Construction & Design Inc. received $20,000,000 for projects located at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center Bridgeport, CA (65%); NAS Fallon, NV (25%); and Navy Operational Support Center Reno, NV (10%).

Makers Architecture & Urban Design received $15,000,000 for architectural projects, primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

Middle Atlantic Wholesale Lumber; Forest Products Distributors; Sylvan Forest Products; and S&S Forest Products received a shared $46,000,000 for wood products.

Oak Point Associates received $15,000,000 for architect-engineering services mostly in NAVFAC Atlantic.

Portillo Concrete; Pave-Tech; Command Performance Constructors; Romero General Construction; and Cutting Edge Concrete Services received a shared $99,000,000 for construction, repair, renovation & paving within NAVFAC Southwest.

Rogers Group Inc. received $7,923,661 for paving & road building at Fort Campbell.

Siler Excavating received $10,999,949 for paving.

Swinerton Builders received $26,084,000 to build a health clinic parking structure at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

Sygnos Inc. received $8,441,200 to repair and restore Bachelor Enlisted Quarters 520442 at Camp Pendleton.

Tetra Tech Pond JV received $9,000,000 to help designing USAF Reserve and military projects within the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division of USACE.

Tikigaq Agviq LLC; Engineering/Remediation Resources Group; USA Environmental Inc.; BERS-Weston Services JVC; Bering Sea Eccotech; and GSI-K JV received a shared $95,000,000 for range sustainment and remediation at various USN/USMC installations within NAVFAC Southwest.

T&T Construction Enterprise received $8,677,811 to renovate buildings at Fort Knox.

Velocitel Inc. received $10,000,000 for architectural and engineering services to complete specialty testing of Tainter Gate trunnion girder anchor rod tension on civil works projects. One bid solicited, one received.


Norfolk Dredging Co. received $17,075,900 for marsh restoration in New Orleans, LA.

Vazquez Commercial Contracting received $25,000,000 for Illinois Waterway hydraulic dredging, Rock Island District, IL, miles 0.0 - 291.0.

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A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

COTS = commercial off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*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. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran and Arabic translator.

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