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

DOD spent $15,427,508,000+ on 244 individual contracts during July 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 U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $15,427,508,000 on 244 individual contracts during July 2016. This amount does not include Foreign Military Sales transactions worth at least $1,138,610,000.

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

Bell-Boeing JPO received $544,668,978 for long lead production materials and manufacture/delivery of four MV-22 supporting Japan. Bell-Boeing will also incorporate an engineering change proposal for the standby flight display. Work abroad in: Ontario, Canada (0.9%); Luton (0.6%) Cobham (0.6%), Wolverhampton (0.4%) UK. Bell Boeing JPO received $9,561,182 to provide Japan one MV-22 Tiltrotor Containerized Flight Training Device.

Boeing received $100,423,110 long-lead parts and efforts associated with the manufacture of four full-rate production lot 8 P-8A for Australia under a cooperative engagement agreement.

Booz Allen & Hamilton received $12,397,263 to provide Saudi Arabia’s Navy with training, education, engineering, and technical & management support.

General Dynamics received $169,694,436 for FMS (Colombia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Qatar, UAE, India, Belgium) for Hydra rockets (M151: 80,448; M255a1: 40,000; M274: 101,952; M278: 3,715; M156: 7,200; motors Mk66 Mod4: 20,721; warheads M257: 5,837; M278: 13,741; M156: 4,914).

Kay & Associates Inc. received $25,741,015 for 6 months of F/A-18 C/D maintenance and support services for Kuwait.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $11,422,199 to provide Taiwan and Jordan with modified UH-60M standard spares kits. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $163,957,953 to provide Japan with one E-2D.

Pyrotechnic Specialties Inc. and CAPCO LLC received a shared $37,000,000 to replenish BBU-35 A/B Impulse Cartridges [PDF]. FMS: Pakistan, Belgium, Oman, Singapore, Romania, NATO-Hungary, Tunisia, and the UAE.

Raytheon received $21,598,887 to provide the UAE with technical assistance on PATRIOT system equipment and logistics. One bid solicited, one received.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $10,224,545 to modify a M-28 aircraft for Jordan. This is a sole-source acquisition.


General Atomics received $31,819,252 for Block 25 and Block 30 ground control station production.

Kratos [Composite Engineering Inc. (CEI)] received $40,848,839 (U.S. gov share $7,322,399; CEI share $33,526,440) to design, develop, assemble, and test a technical baseline for a high-speed, long-range, low-cost, limited life-strike UAS.

Northrop Grumman received $7,889,000 for Battle Field Airborne Communication Node (BACN) payload operations and support within the U.S. and overseas.


MicroTech received $8,084,905 for mission systems support services for the Public Affairs Information Resource Management Office at the Pentagon.


AM General received $356,213,318 for 1,259 M1151A1B1 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) and 414 M1152A1B2 Troop Enclosure HMMWVs in support of Afghanistan.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $23,232,000 for contractor logistic support (30-45 day excursions) at forward operating locations in Afghanistan. Involves FMS.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $46,625,722 to help the 401st Army Field Support Battalion in Kuwait receive, repair, maintain, store, and issue Army Prepositioned Stock 5 equipment.


Battelle Memorial Institute received $170,000,000 to provide USSOCOM with modified COTS trucks & SUV (keep original manufacturer profile; integrate armor, heavy-duty suspension, brakes, run flat tires/wheels, communication equipment).

Camgian Microsystems Corp. received $7,737,765 for Special Operations & Low Intensity Conflict radar demonstration, integration, and advancement. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $166,000,000 to provide USSOCOM with dry combat submersible system (for harsh maritime environments) leveraging commercial submersible technologies & international classing safety certification.


Trade Products Corp. received $24,500,000 to procure and install furnishings for U.S. Strategic Command’s transition to a new facility at Offutt AFB.


Northrop Grumman received $7,257,887 for Phase 2 of DARPA’s Supply Chain Hardware Integrity for Electronics Defense program.

SRI International received $7,346,989 for software. The Threat Intelligence for Grid Recovery is a project under DARPA’s Rapid Attack Detection, Isolation and Characterization Systems (RADICS) program. RADICS’ goal is to enable skilled cyber and power engineers to restore electrical service within seven days of an attack that overwhelms the recovery capabilities of the impacted organizations. RADICS will develop innovative automated systems to detect indications and warning of an impending attack, provide situational awareness, and accelerate recovery actions by enabling first responders to isolate affected systems from the Internet, establish a secure communications network and characterize the nature of the threat.


Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. (GTARC) received $35,000,000 for offsite technical support to National Ground Intelligence Center’s (NGIC) foreign materiel directorate, foreign materiel division. GTARC will analyze & exploit foreign military hardware in order to obtain information and operational data to support R&D, test & eval, scientific & technical intelligence, and war fighter contingency missions & training.

University of Illinois received $18,699,100 for Cyber-Physical Experimentation Environment (CEER) for Rapid Attack Detection, Isolation Characterization Systems (RADICS) software system and report. UL will provide R&D and demonstration of a CEER hardware and software system to enable RADICS R&D, testing, and evaluation.


BAE Systems received $8,688,675 for R&D, demonstration, and delivery of PHOENIX software system that allows first responders to entirely disconnect a non-cooperative organization from its network infrastructure and then selectively reform on a separate secure emergency network.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $16,286,777 for roughly 137,035 hours of services (engineering, design, R&D, installation, test & eval, maintenance, training, logistics) on communications-electronics advanced technology systems for NAWCAD Special Communications Mission Solutions Division.

Booz Allen & Hamilton received $13,197,137 for enterprise management and technical support (re: enterprise architecture & operational transition planning; shore network & comms modernization; IT service management process standardization; cyber security) to Navy Information Force’s (NAVIFOR) Shore Modernization & Integration Directorate.

Dynamic Animation Systems Inc.; Cole Engineering Services Inc.; Dignitas Technologies; Intelligent Decision Systems Inc.; VCOM3D; STS International Inc.; Engineering & Computer Simulation; Engineering & Computer Simulation received $135,000,000 for “research and development technology.”

Hypres Inc. received $40,387,367; Out of the Fog Research LLC received $53,435,866 for systems acquisition support & engineering; project management; R&D; evaluation; and implementation of: cryogenic radio frequency systems; advanced cryogenic core digital & quantum memory technologies; exploiting superconducting quantum interference device, tactical SIGINT systems, and “other military platforms.”

Innovative Signal Analysis Inc. (ISA) received $16,179,482 for software, hardware, and reports. Provide enablement of real-time detection, tracking, and geo-location of emerging radar systems.

L-3 Communications received $216,370,058 for 12 more months of continued contractor aircraft logistics support on mostly U.S. Army C-12 aircraft.

Praxis Inc. received $17,379,222 for R&D in signal generation techniques across the radio frequency spectrum employing high levels of power. “Signal generation techniques will be employed for atmospheric research and spacecraft and/or aircraft calibration.”

Six3 Intelligence Solutions Inc. received $9,578,964 for intelligence analysis services in Germany, Italy, and Syria.

Vencore Labs Inc. received $9,021,383 to provide R&D demonstration and delivery of a Scalable and Holistic Energy CybeR-weapon Localization and Characterization (SHERLOC) system “that is capable of rapidly localizing and characterizing cyber-weapons that have gained access to power grid infrastructure and able to map industrial control systems, gather configuration data, determine which devices are behaving incorrectly, and discover and characterize malware.”

Vencore Labs, Inc. received $8,169,720 for software and reports. Vencore will work on R&D, demonstration, and delivery of a machine-intelligence for advance notification of threats and energy-grid survivable situational awareness software system.


EnergySolutions Services Inc. received $12,613,811 to process various metal forms through disassembly, decontamination, metal melting, compaction, incineration, resin sluicing/dewatering, bulk waste assay and to include provisions for supply of shipping containers, brokerage services and transportation of materials (utilizing truck, rail or barge as necessary) from various Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP) sites.


Lockheed Martin received $93,862,479 for diminishing manufacturing sources electronic components supporting F-35 production through Lot 14 for U.S. facilities, and Lot 15 for international facilities: USAF ($30,048,367; 45.04%); U.S. Navy ($5,739,879; 13.61%); USMC ($12,777,583; 6.12%); FMS ($15,460,736; 16.47%); international partners ($29,835,914; 31.79%). Lockheed Martin received $241,765,645 for diminishing manufacturing sources electronic components supporting F-35 production through lot 15 for USAF ($118,880,338; 49.17%); USMC ($43,311,316; 17.91%); USN ($30,091,791; 12.45%); FMS ($23,053,873; 10.93%); international partners ($26,428,329; 9.54%).

Lockheed Martin received $559,500,000 for non-air vehicle spares, support equipment, autonomic logistics information system, hardware & software upgrades, supply chain management, full mission simulators and non-recurring engineering services supporting LRIP lot 10 F-35 for non-DOD participants ($261,270,820; 46%); USAF ($127,841,076; 23%); FMS ($105,996,766; 19%); Navy ($32,913,750; 6%); USMC ($31,477,588; 6%). This was not competitively procured, per U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

United Technologies received $1,509,856,423 for components, parts, and materials to produce LRIP lot 10 F135-PW-100 for USAF (44); U.S. Navy (4); and (9) F-135-PW-600 for USMC. This provides components, parts, and materials for (36) F135–PW-100 for international partners and FMS; (4) F135-PW-600 for international partners; (2) F135-PW-100 for global spares pool. Purchases: USAF ($558,411,024; 37%); Navy/USMC ($352,871,638; 24%); International Partners ($350,171,923; 23%); FMS ($248,401,840; 16%).

United Technologies Corp. received $11,418,713 for supplies & services to implement engineering changes to lift fan systems and engine ice protection system supporting F-35 for USMC ($11,112,955; 97.32%); USN ($85,505; 0.75%); USAF ($70,363; 0.62%); and international partners ($149,890; 1.31%).


Bell-Boeing JPO received $73,939,536 for one CV-22 tilt rotor aircraft. Work in at least 35 distinct locations across the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.

Bell Boeing JPO received $80,250,156 to repair V-22 parts in Fort Worth, TX (80%); Ridley Park, PA (20%). One corporation solicited non-competitively, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Seyer Industries Inc. received $27,316,194 to provide support equipment for V-22 for U.S. Navy and USAF. Parts procured include support equipment, spare parts and assorted adapters, kits and assemblies.


Boeing received $27,085,226 for tasks associated with Mission Training Center services providing simulation capability to train pilots and weapons system operator for F-15C and F-15E aircraft at Seymour Johnson AFB; Mountain Home AFB; Langley AFB; Kadena AB; RAF Lakenheath AB. Sole-source.

NORDAM Group Inc. received $7,518,295 to repair the inner wing panel used on the F/A-18. This was sole source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.

United Technologies Corp. received $41,452,945 for F-100 engine work at Air Force Sustainment Center, Tinker AFB. Involves unnamed FMS.


Boeing received $12,053,076 for design and development engineering regarding an engineering change proposal for the Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels) Super Hornet Conversion.

General Electric received $14,077,827 for performance-based logistics on Stores Management Upgrade System supporting F/A-18. One firm solicited non-competitively, per FAR 6.302-1.


Boeing received $41,420,991 for 80 advanced capability mission computers and associated non-recurring engineering supporting F/A-18E/F and EA-18G for the U.S. Navy ($22,743,983; 54.91%); and Australia ($18,677,008; 45.09%).


L-3 Communications received $38,318,978 for new Airborne Warning & Control System (AWACS) for Diminishing Manufacturing Sources Replacement of Avionics for Global Operations & Navigation (DRAGON) Flight Crew Training System (FCTS) program.


Lockheed Martin received $27,334,121 for B-2 sustainment, specifically repair and overhaul of the Defense Management System [PDF]. Sole-source.


Boeing received $15,102,912 for FY2015 production concurrency upgrades in support of the P-8A maintenance training devices.

Boeing received $16,332,383 for fiber optic wiring and fiber connector savers for 35 P-8A for U.S. Navy ($11,999,927; 73.47%), Australia ($4,332,456; 26.53%).

DRS/Thales (Advanced Acoustic Concepts) received $13,806,148 for the Common Acoustic Simulation Environment Fidelity Implementation (CASE-FI) in support of P-8A and MH-60R. CASE-FI provides tactical operational flight trainers and weapons tactics trainers with improvements to anti-software warfare tactical environment. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).


Lockheed Martin received $20,636,635 to incorporate five engineering change proposals into the C-130J production baseline. Lockheed Martin received $71,383,146 for C-130J long term sustainment. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $14,879,315 for C-130J Block 7.0/8.1 combined trial kit installations (TKI) on USAF C-130J & USMC KC-130J. Lockheed Martin received $14,733,376 for C-130J Block 7.0/8.1 combined TKI on U.S. Coast Guard’s HC-130J. Efforts include time compliance technical orders, technical publications, differences training courseware, and classes.

Pacific Scientific Energetic Material Co. received $9,755,179 for C-17 egress panel production. This involves FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Boeing received $45,296,013 to develop and sustain a KC-46 maintenance training system at McConnell AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $13,156,924 for three engine KC-10 overhauls. Northrop Grumman received $8,767,045 for two KC-10 engine overhauls in Vancouver, Canada.


Northrop Grumman received $14,294,227 to provide U.S. Air Force with wing landing flaps.


Boeing received $18,031,223 for C-32A nitrogen generation system that satisfies the FAA requirements re: fuel tank flammability reduction to reduce risks of a center wing fuel tank explosion.


BAE Systems received $9,402,650 for software and reports re: develop/integrate latest advancements in machine learning; architectural enhancements to increase flexibility/agility of applying analytics to solve space situational awareness problems, and exploit high performance computing capabilities and multiple forms of visualization of the reasoning performed by the analytics involved in this effort.

Radiance Technologies Inc. received $17,948,212 to help AFRL with R&D re: high-fidelity models of multiple specific sensors and the communication links and associated command and control nodes.


Lockheed Martin received $67,600,195 for non-recurring engineering, manufacture, and delivery of up to 103 AN/APS-153(V)1 automatic radar periscope detection & discrimination multi-mode radar kits [PDF] to upgrade the MH-60R fleet. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Lockheed Martin received $10,990,708 for equipment to perform depot level repairs on H-60 common cockpit avionics suite components. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302.1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $13,495,660 to repair UH-60 multi-function display unit (MFD).


BAE Systems received $9,658,407 for Selected Restricted Availability repair work onboard USS The Sullivans (DDG 68).

Herndon Products Inc. received $108,000,000 for industrial hardware for aviation maintenance.


FLIR Surveillance Inc. received $13,346,312 for electro-optics sensors for both Sea Star Safire III and Brite Star II. Services cover spares, repairs, travel, training, and data. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Longbow LLC [a JV between Lockheed Martin & Northrop Grumman] received $20,790,247 for version six software integration effort, radar electronic unit full-rate production lots 5-6b.

Northrop Grumman received $12,115,572 for quick reaction capability sustainment (QRC 81-01, QRC 84-05, ALQ-196, USM-642, GLM 10, ALQ-188).


Lockheed Martin received $9,705,428 for ship integration and test of the AEGIS Weapon System (AWS) for Baselines through Advanced Capability Build 12.


Lockheed Martin received $10,676,521 to provide engineering and management services for LCS-5 Post Shakedown Availability (PSA).

Northrop Grumman received $19,004,290 for integration services on LCS mission packages.


Bethel-Webcor JV-1  received $7,970,000 to repair and renovate Building 1456 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam.

General Dynamics received $42,129,117 for repairs & alterations on USS Oak Hill (LSD-51) non dry-docking, FY2016 phased maintenance availability scheduled availability.

General Dynamics received $23,442,136 for USS Harry S Truman (CVN-75) FY2016 Planned Incremental Availability in Portsmouth, VA.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $194,802,989 to continue advance planning of USS George Washington (CVN 73) refueling complex overhaul.

ManTech received $11,971,644 for Navy Ship Maintenance & Logistics Information Systems systems operation, sustainment, and support.

Marine Hydraulics International received $14,185,366 for FY2016 selected restricted availability (repair, maintenance, modernization) for USS Gravely (DDG 107).

QED Systems Inc. received $22,149,559 for advanced planning services in support of Chief of Naval Operations availabilities, continuous maintenance availabilities (CMAV), inactivation CMAV, other availabilities (sustainment, phased modernization, re-commissioning), and maintenance window of opportunity for U.S. Navy surface combatant ship classes (CG 47 and DDG 51).


DRS Laurel Technologies received $11,464,767 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) transmission processing sets and spares for U.S. Navy (93%) and Australia (7%). Raytheon received $30,309,312 for planar array antenna assemblies with radar absorbing material in support of CEC transmission processing sets for U.S. Navy (64%) and Japan (36%).

Raytheon received $28,291,573 for hardware kits to upgrade the Phalanx Close-In-Weapon-System to the latest configuration.


General Dynamics received $116,175,074 for Virginia Payload Module and South Dakota Insertion prototype materials on Virginia Class subs. General Dynamics received $18,952,000 for two payload tube preproduction setups to support the manufacturing start of Virginia Payload Module payload tubes.

General Dynamics received $24,630,413 to work on designing the thin line towed array handling system in support of the Ohio Replacement Program.

General Dynamics received $36,037,472 to continue developing AN/BYG-1 TCS Technology Insertions (TI-14, TI-16 and TI-18) Advanced Processing Builds (APB-15 and APB-17) software for U.S. and Australian subs.

Lockheed Martin received $28,240,307 for Common Missile Compartment / Ohio Replacement, Missile Service Unit, XPod Refresh, and Strategic Weapons Systems Ashore efforts in Cape Canaveral, FL.

L-3 received $26,750,000 for technical engineering services and material associated with Towed Array Integrated Product Team (TAIPT) telemetry. This was not competitively procured, per 15 U.S.C. 638(r)(1)(4).

Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received $9,795,103 for non-nuclear production trade touch labor services to support upcoming availabilities onboard Virginia & Los Angeles class sub. Proletariat work in Kittery, ME, includes: welders, pipefitters, firewatchers, machinists, shipwrights, painters, electricians, and weight handlers.

Sound & Sea Technology received $15,335,981 to install a seismo-hydroacoustic data acquisition system for the Naval Facilities Engineering & Expeditionary Warfare Center off the coast of Cyprus.

United Technologies (Hamilton Sundstrand Corp.) received $42,782,640 for low-pressure electrolyzers (self-contained electro-chemical oxygen generating plant for submarine life support).

URS Federal Services Inc. received $24,663,433 for work (test, certify, modernize, repair, overhaul, logistics on submarine combat, electronic systems and support systems) on the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Collaboration & Intelligence (C5I) enterprise “System of Systems” & subsystems; and Submarine Operation Authority, Submarine Shore Nuclear C3 systems.


Advanced Sciences & Technologies received $35,127,518; Data Intelligence LLC received $33,136,935; 22nd Century Technologies received $29,782,908 to provide Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific with systems, hardware & software, network, security engineering, and test & evaluation.

BAE Systems received $11,340,472 for R&D, design, integration, testing, installation, training, and certification of C4I electronic communication systems on U.S. Navy ships for NAWCAD, Integrated Communications & Information Systems Division.

BAE Systems received $12,893,983 to operate/maintain U.S. Navy comms, electronic, and computer systems in Oahu, HI (94%); Geraldton, Australia (6%).

Bowhead Manufacturing Technologies received $9,670,232 for 4 Aviation Data Management & Control System (ADMACS) Block II, Phase 1 ship sets for CVN-76, -68, -73, -79. Includes components for Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment ADMACS program.

Cowan & Associates Inc. ($37,908,255); Cydecor Inc. ($42,260,818); Innovative Aviation Services ($35,918,104); Synchron LLC ($31,969,490) received funding for strategic & operational support services to Office of the Chief of Naval Operations Warfare Systems Division (N9).

Engility Corp. received $40,172,869 for engineering & technical support services in support of Naval Air Systems Command Systems Engineering Department at NAS Patuxent River (98%); NAS Jacksonville (1.4%); MCAS Cherry Point (.6%) for U.S. Navy ($39,006,761; 97.10%); Japan ($536,028, 1.33%); Australia ($271,440, 0.68%); Saudi Arabia ($169,360, 0.42%); Denmark ($99,760, 0.25%); Norway ($77,920, 0.19%); Spain ($11,600, 0.03%). This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Excet Inc. received $48,590,709 for scientific, engineering, technical, and analytical research and development for a wide range of NRL research projects on corrosion mitigation, coatings, environmental and prevention programs.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,498,137 to continue radiological work related to the inactivation of aircraft carrier Enterprise (CVN 65).


Harris (Exelis) received $41,551,644 for DSO electromagnetic spectrum services, applied engineering support, spectrum and E3 engineering services.

Harris Corp. received $22,500,000 for single channel ground to air radio system circuit card assembly parts.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $31,060,613 for weapon replaceable assembly repair support to AN/ARC-210 Electronics Protection Radio System & Communications Security System requirements. RC will also manage technical and configuration changes, and obsolescence. One firm was solicited non-competitively, per FAR 6.302-1, with one offer received.


Datum Software Inc.; Digital Management Inc.; Diligent Consulting Inc.; Diversified Technical Services; DSD Laboratories Inc.; Excellus Solutions LLC; Exeter Government Services LLC; IndraSoft; Segue Technologies; SI Systems Technologies; Array Information Technology Inc.; ActioNet Inc. received a shared $88,000,000 for IT network-centric solutions-2 application services.

Raytheon received $40,000,000 to support Defense Information Systems Agency's (DISA) Joint System Engineering & Integration Office.

Technica Corp. received $40,825,603 for information technology services re: NETCENTS-2 NetOps and Infrastructure Solutions supporting USAF National Capital Region.

World Wide Technology Inc. (WWT) received $7,980,851 for data storage hardware, software, maintenance, and professional implementation services to replace obsolete data storage items at USACE locations.


Millennium Engineering & Integration Co. received $21,500,000 for Pad Safety Support at Cape Canaveral AFS and Patrick AFB.


Harris Corp. received $8,541,525 for the Eglin AFB Beam Steer Segment technology refresh, System Program Agency development and risk reduction efforts. Work includes: establishing BEAMSTR lab environment; trade studies & analysis; prototyping solutions; BEAMSTR replacement project [PDF] risk reduction. Sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $8,615,667 for GPS control segment sustainment functions.


BAE Systems received $51,250,135 for systems engineering, technical assistance, training & development in Minuteman III integration, sustainment and management at Hill AFB.

BAE Systems received $29,378,829 for Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) integration support (scheduling, acquisition documentation, risk management, strategic planning, quality assurance, logistics, business & financial management, trade & technical studies, etc.) at Hill AFB. BAE Systems received $11,832,922 for GBSD flight systems guidance integration support.

Lockheed Martin received $21,750,000 for material, labor, planning & scheduling for FY2017 Trident II production. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $8,338,239 for a cybersecurity update to fleet ballistic missile unique IT applications & information systems, and to provide a high voltage detonator refresh. United Kingdom funds ($166,936) initially obligated.

Metro Production Government Services received $26,905,363 for advisory & assistance services for Visual Information & Production Centers in support of technical, engineering, advisory and management support. This helps MDA’s Chief of Staff Directorate and geographically dispersed units.

Orbital ATK received $182,067,817 for medium-range ballistic missile type 3 configuration 2 target system (including production & support equipment, logistics, engineering & analysis, and mission operations). Orbital ATK then received $182,067,817 for the Medium Range Ballistic Missile Type 3 Configuration 2 target system including production & support equipment, logistics, system engineering & analysis, and mission operations.

Raytheon received $132,455,000 continue software maintenance, models and simulations, engineering support and Ballistic Missile Defense System test planning, execution and analysis for X-Band radars.

Strategic Alliance Business Group received $63,080,824 for Advisory and Assistance Services for strategic planning in support of MDA Chief of Staff Directorate technical, engineering, advisory and management support.


General Dynamics received $167,436,000 for MK84-4 tritonal-filled general-purpose bomb components. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $7,342,492 for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) Enterprise Management System 5.0. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Orbital ATK received $68,938,628 for 8,001 M1156 precision guidance kits for U.S. Army and Marine Corps.

Raytheon received $291,750,539 for AIM-9X Block II (lot 16) missiles; Block II Captive Air Training Missiles; Special Air Training Missiles; containers; Captive Test Missiles; classified assets (Australia); and spares for USAF ($183,136,307; 62.77%), U.S. Navy ($78,031,949; 26.74%); U.S. Army ($7,776,729; 2.67%); Australia ($10,785,852; 3.7%); Turkey ($4,649,073; 1.59%); South Korea ($1,892,805; .65%); Japan ($1,548,798; .53%); Kuwait ($786,690; .27%); Saudi Arabia ($770,719; .26%); Denmark ($544,845; .19%); the Netherlands ($428,610; .15%); Switzerland ($328,454; .11%); Malaysia ($280,803; .10%); Israel ($207,760; .07%); Oman ($208,253; .07%); Belgium ($197,614; .07%); Finland ($105,248; .04%); Singapore ($53,808; .01%), and Romania ($16,222; .01%). Overseas work in Ontario, Canada (5.54%); Heilbronn, Germany (1.88%).

RDM Engineering received $7,183,354 for software engineering lifecycle support services [including, but not limited to, common fire control system software work; systems integration & fielding support for the Army Research, Development, Engineering Command (ARDEC)  at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.]


Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) received $41,538,000 for Arc geographic information system computer software products and services.


Northrop Grumman received $103,423,433 for Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Electronic Warfare, Joint Crew (JCREW) Increment One Build One (I1B1) systems LRIP in support of the Expeditionary Warfare Program Office.

Premier Technology Inc. (PTIUS) received $75,000,000 for independent validation and verification of developed technologies in support of counter proliferation. This is a sole-source acquisition.


DRS Network & Imaging Systems received $22,771,193 for wired housing assemblies. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

General Dynamics received $15,630,000 to refurbish 107 Stryker vehicles.

General Dynamics received $10,511,518 for system technical support and system sustainment technical support on the M1272 Buffalo. One bid solicited, one received.

Red Viking Group LLC received $18,000,000 for non-personal services, and support for Smart Transmission Test System (STTS) equipment.


Carson Industries Inc. received $9,800,000 for battery compartments for night vision viewers for the U.S. Army.

Kollsman Inc. received $11,157,826 for Common Laser Range Finder – Integrated Capability (CLRF-IC), associated rails, covers, cases & cables. CLRF-IC is a handheld, lightweight, man portable, GPS target location device.

Raytheon received $23,557,892 for counter-rocket artillery mortar (C-RAM) land-based weapons system logistics and transition to organic Army logistics.

Safran Optics 1 Inc. received $304,522,367 for Laser Target Locator Module II.

SRCTec LLC received $85,000,000 for lightweight counter mortar radar systems, vehicle mounts, spare parts, retrofit kits, and support services.

Teledyne Scientific & Imaging LLC received $30,082,000 for Aircrew Laser Eye Protection (ALEP) spectacles, which provide aircrew members with enhanced protection against hazard and threat laser devices in combat and training situations while minimizing visual acuity degradation. Sole-source.


Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. received $24,009,471 to support maintenance, supply, transportation and logistics functions for the Army Prepositioned Stocks 3 Charleston Afloat program in Charleston, SC.


McRae Industries Inc. received $10,753,390 for temperate weather combat boots.


CAE USA Inc.; CSC Government Solutions; Cubic Global Defense Inc.; Engineering Support Personnel Inc.; Fidelity Technologies Corp.; Flight Safety Services Corp.; L-3 Communications; LB&B Assoc. Inc.; and Lockheed Martin received an estimated maximum $1,750,000,000 for Lot I fielded training systems support worldwide for USN, USMC and FMS.

Carley Corp. received $93,000,000 to revise/update of existing legacy curriculum and new curriculum development, including associated supporting training materials, in support of multiple aviation platforms for both operator and maintainer training.

Cubic Global Defense received $11,491,240 for training support to the Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk. On 6 July 2016, DOD stated that the contract wasn’t issued yet. Cubic Global Defense Inc. then received $11,491,240 for training support to the Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, on 8 July 2016.

Milburn Academy Inc. received $8,152,347 to provide foreign language instruction and refresher training to active component, Reserve, and National Guard soldiers within U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM).

ProSol Associates LLC received $23,000,000 for Communication Training Centers curriculum services in support of USMC Communication Electronic School at Camp Pendleton (30%); Jacksonville, NC (30%); Okinawa, Japan (30%); Alexandria, VA (10%).

Segue Technologies Inc. received $7,269,799 for a command and control weapon system part task trainer. The corporation will provide air operations center training baseline requirements to ensure that operators thoroughly understand how to execute air-tasking orders (through training scenarios, practical exercise, and instructional operational concepts) at Langley AFB.

Technical & Project Engineering LLC received $10,586,687 for Army training models.

Walsh Construction Company II LLC received $20,483,300 to build a middle school addition to the high school at Fort Knox, KY.


Cape Environmental Management Inc.; CB&I Federal Services; Gilbane Federal California; GSI Pacific Inc.; Kear Civil Corp.; Kinley Construction Co.; KNK-Cape JV1 LLC; Reliable Contracting Group LLC; Rockford Corp.; Silver Mountain Construction; Structural Associates Inc.; Weston Solutions Inc. received $490,000,000 to design and build petroleum, oil and lubricant facilities within the U.S. and territories.

City Light & Power Inc. received $294,386,712 to upgrade an existing electrical distribution system.

Doyon Utilities received $302,404,359 to work on an existing utility service contract following a tariff rate increase. Doyon Utilities received $7,965,997 to upgrade a privatized utility system in Alaska for the U.S. Army. Doyon Utilities received $28,500,044 to incorporate interim tariff rates as ordered by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.

Duke Energy Progress received $45,187,307 for electric utility service at Shaw AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Honeywell International Inc. received $13,936,740 for alternating current engine generators. This was sole-source 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Hudson Technologies Co. received $148,514,169 for compressed gas and cylinder products.

LB&B Associates Inc. received $34,008,216 to transport and deliver aviation turbine fuel.

Tetra Tech-Maytag Aircraft Corp. JV received $7,344,401 for inspections, recurring preventive maintenance, minor repair, and minor construction on the Defense Logistics Agency Energy capitalized petroleum facilities at various U.S. domestic military sites.


EHR Total Solutions received $70,000,000 for Next Generation Tri-Services workflow services for current Military Treatment Facilities with Tri-Service workflow products, including legacy & modern electronic health record systems.

Genesis Vision Inc. received $15,000,000 for various optical lenses.

Health Net Federal Services received $49,295,489 (of a potential $17,723,452,440) for managed care support (MCS) to DOD’s TRICARE program in the West Region. Humana Government Business Inc. received $67,429,642 (of a potential $40,517,947,263) for managed care support (MCS) to DOD’s TRICARE program in the East Region.

Nanostring Technologies Inc. received $8,000,000 for counter reagents and consumables. One bid solicited, one received.

Philips Healthcare (division of Penac) received $18,802,500 for biomedical equipment maintenance at various U.S. Army and USAF treatment facilities.

Sterisil Inc., Palmer Lake, CO received $7,105,185 for dental equipment.

Tryco Inc. received $12,000,000 for hospital and medical items and accessories.


Boeing received $127,300,000 for Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization (PAR) phase 2 pre-milestone B activities.


3E-QRISBJV LLC; Aerostar SES LLC; Bay West LLC; Bhate Zapata; TEPA EC LLC received $188,000,000 for environmental services.

pe Environmental Management Inc.; EATC JV; Engineering/Remediation Resources Group Inc.; Insight-ESI LLC; and CKY Inc. received a shared $40,000,000 for remedial action in NAVFAC Pacific, specifically Hawaii (65%); Guam (30%); Northern Mariana Islands (5%).

Cape Environmental Management Inc. received $95,000,000 for environmental remedial action services for projects at various locations in the NAVFAC Pacific.

CB&I Federal Services LLC received $8,525,252 for Operable Unit B-2 non-time critical removal action in remedial action areas -01, -03W, and -05 at Naval Air Facility Adak.

GSI Pacific Inc. received $9,007,420 for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) Remedial Action, former Tisbury Great Pond munitions response site, Dukes County, MA, USA. One bid solicited, one received.

TEC-AECOM Pacific JV received $14,499,214 for architect-engineering services in preparation of National Environmental Policy Act documents and environmental studies at various U.S. Navy and USMC locations within Pacific Basin and Indian Ocean areas.

Tetra Tech Inc. received $200,000,000 for comprehensive long-term environmental action services on Navy and USMC installations at various DOD sites in NAVFAC Atlantic.


Brothers Produce of Dallas received $62,128,910 for fresh fruits and vegetables in the San Antonio south zone and received $30,688,691 for fresh fruits and vegetables in the San Antonio north zone.

L&S Services LLC received $32,828,048 for a food service at Fort Benning.

Missouri Department of Social Services received $7,825,706 for dining facility food service in Fort Leonard Wood.

Sodexo Management Inc. received $14,535,270 for food services (meals, food, parts, materials) at Camp Lejeune (50.15%); Parris Island (33.44%); Quantico, VA (6.87%); Cherry Point, NC (5.04%); Beaufort, SC (2.3%); Washington, DC (1.29%); Norfolk, VA (0.78%); and Bogue, NC (0.13%).

Southeastern Paper Group, Spartanburg, SC, received $13,000,000 for miscellaneous operating supplies and paper bags for multiple commissary stores in the continental United States, Puerto Rico, and the Pacific.

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

American States Utility Services received $510,036,942 for ownership, operation and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems at Eglin AFB.

Coastal Enterprises of Jacksonville Inc. received $7,520,961 for grounds maintenance services at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and outlying locations.

Logistics & Technology Services received $8,822,756 for municipal services for region one Arkansas and Oklahoma.

Professional Contract Service Inc. received $11,794,518 to support the Directorate of Public Works, base support operations at Fort Sill, OK.

Source America received $43,427,857 for installation facilities maintenance at Fort Knox. One bid solicited, one received.

Tatitlek Services received $24,418,070 for base services and managing joint mobilization sites, power generation platforms and mobilization/training center at Fort Bliss.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $10,279,525 for continued base operations support at Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex, AL.


Booz Allen Hamilton received $8,493,247 to support HQ Marine Corps Program analysis and evaluation technical, managerial, analytical support services.

CGI Federal Inc. received $10,843,111 to maintain Army Sustainment Command's Integrated Materiel Management Operation System software. Overseas work in: Italy, Germany, Qatar, Kuwait, South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, Romania, Bulgaria, and Lithuania.

Coray Gurnitz Consulting; The Council Oak; Marstel-Day LLC received $8,852,665 for professional support services for the Army Institute for Water Resources (IWR).

Northrup Grumman received $21,228,494 and received $21,228,494 for work on developing, fielding, training, and maintaining the Global Support System-Army enterprise resources planning program [PDF].

Oasis Systems LLC received $8,153,576 for professional acquisition support services (program management, financial management, admin and related support for the Theater Battle Control Division supporting surveillance and command and control capabilities for NORAD; Joint Forces Air Component Commander; Commander, Air Force Forces; and peacetime surveillance & maintaining air sovereignty of U.S. and Canadian airspace) at Hanscom AFB.

PC Mechanical Inc. received $19,000,000 for Reconstitute the Force; and manage and provide oversight of overhaul, repair and logistics management of Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE) and Civil Engineer End Items (CEEI) under the CESE/CEEI Life Extension Program in support of Naval Facilities Engineering Expeditionary Warfare Center, Naval Base Ventura County.

SAIC received $41,461,503 for establishing a total supply chain management initiative supporting various classes of spare parts. SAIC received $53,500,000 for logistics support for chemical and petroleum products.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $12,992,825 for warehousing and distribution support services.

Vanquish Worldwide LLC received $7,267,496 for supply, maintenance and transportation for logistics support services, Fort Rucker.


Booz Allen Hamilton received $142,000,000; CSG Government Solutions received $142,000,000; HP received $142,000,000; IBM received $142,000,000; Net-Centric Enterprise Solutions received $142,000,000; Solutions by Design II received $142,000,000; Ventech Solutions Inc. received $142,000,000 to support Defense Contract Management Agency sustainment and modernization efforts for the overall lifecycle management of mechanization of contract administration services, MOCAS related systems, and DOD e-commerce programs.

Northrup Grumman received $14,293,010 for IT support for the Army Planning, Programming & Budgeting Business Operating System. (This was originally listed 14 July 2016 but was not issued finally until 20 July 2016).


AMEL Technologies; J.M. Robertson; Planate Management Group received $40,000,000 for construction management services within NAVFAC Marianas.

Global Engineering Services; M-80 Systems Inc.; Pacific Industrial Coatings; Pearl Construction Environmental Service; and RELYANT Global received $30,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Marianas.

Helber Hastert & Fee Planners Inc. received $20,000,000 for help planning and engineering services at various locations worldwide, with emphasis on Pacific and Indian Ocean areas.

San Juan Construction Inc. received $54,844,009 for Echo Pier Restoration, U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll (USAKA) in the Marshall Islands.


Alstom Power Inc. received $9,500,000 for rehabilitation and/or replacement of components of generators and hydroelectric turbines for Army Corps of Engineers power plant facilities primarily at Hartwell, Russell, and Thurmond hydropower dams.

Central Environmental Inc.; Lacy Mechanical Inc.; Northbank Civil & Marine Inc. received a shared $45,000,000 for civil works (dams, canals, earth works, etc.).

Kyle Conti Construction received $13,696,687 for hurricane storm damage reduction project, phase two, contract three, Port Monmouth, NJ.

Macro-Z Technology received $7,755,000 to build a two-bay U.S. Forest Service fire station on a government owned lot in the city of Lake Isabella, CA. Macro-Z Technology received $8,580,000 to construct an administration abuilding and warehouse for the U.S. Forest Service in Kernville, CA.

Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Co. received $13,878,152 for furnishing, delivering, and operating one fully operated hydraulic pipeline dustpan dredge and attendant plant for removal and satisfactory disposal of shoal material in Pine Bluff.


Granite Construction received $28,726,297 to repave the Fort Campbell Army Airfield and upgrade lighting. Granite Construction Co. later received another $28,726,297 to repave Fort Campbell Army Airfield and upgrade lighting.

R.C. Construction Co. received $9,531,588 for expanding the tanker apron, Seymour Johnson AFB.


Absher Construction Co. received $56,603,122 to build a new Bachelor Enlisted Quarters at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Alutiiq Commercial Enterprises received $39,640,220 to provide civil engineering operations services (1 Aug 2016 through 31 July 2017) at Tinker AFB.

Argo Systems LLC received $14,900,000 to build a vehicle control point at Fort Meade.

ARTEC Group; Desbuild Inc.; Howard W. Pence Inc.; Leebcor Services; Orocon-Carothers JV2; Southeast Cherokee Construction; Whitesell-Green Inc. received $99,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

BL Harbert International LLC received $37,909,250 to design and build simulator integration and range control facility at Camp Lejeune.

Environet Inc.  received $15,598,341 to repair spalls and deck on Wharves B25-B26 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Gideon Contracting LLC; SP-JV LLC; Weldin Construction LLC; and Pro-Mark Services Inc. received a shared $90,000,000 for performance-based general construction and design services at Offutt AFB.

Healy Tibbitts Builders Inc. received $16,530,997 to replace a 24-inch underwater waterline crossing Ford Island to Landing C at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received $9,000,000 for help designing Air Force Reserve and military projects within Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, USACE.

Korte Construction Co. received $44,083,201 to renovate the propulsion maintenance wing plating shop at Tinker AFB.

Nova Group Inc. received $10,692,000 to repair a dry dock saltwater distribution system at Naval Base Kitsap.

Ocean Construction Services received $7,805,091 to repair Purvis Elementary School and Neville Roads electrical systems at Marine Corps Base, Quantico.

Ranco Construction Inc. received $8,403,000 to build a dispensary/health clinic and instruction building at the National Guard Training Center in Sea Girt, NJ.

Sauer Inc. received $10,040,700 for fire protection system replacement and structural supports superstructure repair, Hangar 111 at NAS Oceana.

Weldin Construction LLC received $20,000,000 for sustainment, restoration and modernization to real property in Alaska.

Woolpert-RS&H LLC received $9,000,000 for architect/engineer services primarily for the design of Air Force Reserve and military construction projects within the Great Lakes and Ohio River division mission boundaries.


DonJon Marine Co. received $14,584,080 for maintenance dredging of Newark Bay, New Jersey, federal navigation project.

Dutra Group received $13,739,100 to dredge the Galveston, TX, harbor channel.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $29,024,178 for beach fill modification, Long Beach Island, Ocean County, NJ. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $8,022,000 for beach fill nourishment, Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach, DE.

Norfolk Dredging Co. received $7,088,500 for work on the Poplar Island Sand Stockpile in Maryland.

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Christian Sorensen, a Newsbud-BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran.

A-RCI = acoustic rapid 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.


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