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

DOD spent $$31,238,838,000+ on 321 individual contracts during August 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 $31,238,838,000 on 321 individual contracts during August 2016. This amount does not include 22 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth at least $1,815,028,000.

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

Abacus Technology Corp. received $42,505,012 for disciplined systems and specialty engineering; technical & information assurance services; and support at Hanscom AFB and Lackland AFB. FMS: Jordan, Romania, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand.

Boeing (Insitu) received $8,291,844 to provide Iraq with ScanEagle spares, support equipment, and support services.

Boeing received $68,409,026 to provide the UK with long-lead parts and efforts associated with manufacture two full-rate production 4 Lot 8 P-8A.

DATRON World Communications, Inc. received $495,000,000 to provide Afghanistan with DATRON family of radios and support equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $490,641,347 for Aegis Weapon System MK-7 ship sets & spares, engineering & support equipment helping production, testing, and shipyard installation for USN (16%); Japan (32%); and South Korea (52%).

Lockheed Martin received $9,401,080 to provide Taiwan with contractor field support. Lockheed Martin received $135,400,000 to provide Taiwan with 24 UH-60M Black Hawk aircraft.

Lockheed Martin received $7,424,950 for delivery, installation, configuration, and integration of a South Korea F-35 Multi-spectral Database.

Orbital ATK received $11,149,698 for contractor logistic support on Iraq’s Cessna 208B ISR Caravan and 208B Armed Caravan fleet at Balad AB.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $48,259,165 for FMS (Australia, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Iceland, Indonesia, Jordan, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Qatar, Taiwan, the UAE) of Javelin life cycle support repair and hardware support.


Bukkehave Inc. received $13,489,972 to provide Oman with 300 Toyota Land Cruiser pickup trucks and common spare parts for Iraq.

DRS-NIS received $10,907,808 to provide Egypt with direct support electrical systems test sets system technical support.

General Dynamics received $39,258,206 for FMS (Saudi Arabia, the UAE, France, and Iraq): MK82-1 bomb bodies (162); MK82-6 bomb bodies (7,245); and MK84-10 bomb bodies (9,664).

Lockheed Martin received $58,111,201 to provide Qatar & Saudi Arabia PATRIOT system missile segment enhancement software modification.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $27,114,058 to provide Saudi Arabia with MH-60R unique configuration non-recurring engineering and interactive electronic technical manual development.

Lockheed Martin received $7,711,078 to provide the UAE with THAAD ground components.

Raytheon received $129,429,079 to provide USA, Bahrain, and Morocco with tube launched optically tracked wireless guided (TOW) missiles.

Sea Box, Inc. received $32,035,000 for 86 Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) Expandable Bicon Shelter Hygiene Systems. FMS (Oman, UAE, South Korea, and Qatar). This is a sole source acquisition.


BAE Systems received $38,172,800 for contract logistics support on the tactical SIGINT payload (TSP).

Boeing (Insitu) received $9,896,412 for ISR services using its unmanned aircraft system in support of the US. Navy.

General Atomics received $8,833,175 for the Block 30 ground control station kit upgrades and MQ-1 Predator mission aircrew training system Delta kits effort. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Atomics received $9,609,911 to design, build, and test in the laboratory key laser subsystems required to demonstrate precision tracking. GA will develop and demonstrate a MQ-9 flight representative laser system with the beam train optics required to upgrade a multi-spectral targeting system for use as an active tracking sensor.

General Atomics received $12,326,321 to provide integrated analyses in order to establish organic depot maintenance and repair capability for MQ-9 Extended Range, Block 1 unique parts, and Electrical Safety Improvement Program reparable components.

General Atomics received $370,932,862 FY2015 MQ-9 Reaper production configuration (30 aircraft). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Mortenson Construction received $25,425,000 to design and build an unmanned aircraft system facilities expansion at MCAS Cherry Point.

The Rockhill Group Inc. received $7,610,538 for MQ-1/9 air and ground training support at Holloman AFB, Creech AFB, March ANGB, and Hancock ANGB.

Textron received $9,600,000 to provide hardware and sustainment services for product director electronic attack universal test sets.

Tribalco LLC received $8,964,022 to provide procurement, installation, training, non-developmental C-UAS systems and sparing kits. Sole source acquisition.


CB&I Federal Services LLC received $20,437,942 and received $14,718,398 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing two fuel tanks at the Red Hill Underground Fuel Storage Complex Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. CB&I Federal Service LLC received $7,464,131 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing of four fuel tanks at the Defense Fuel Support Point (DFSP), Tenjo Vista, Guam.

Pacific Geotechnical Engineers Inc. received $10,000,000 for geotechnical projects at in NAVFAC Pacific [Hawaii (40%); Guam (30%); Far East (30%)].


AC First received $82,293,853 for maintenance, supply and transportation of enhanced Army global logistics enterprise in Afghanistan.

CAMRIS International Inc. received $32,700,000 for on-site contractor support services at the Naval Medical Research Unit 3 (NAMRU-3), including management among U.S. reps and personnel (including Egyptians) located in Egypt and other areas of responsibility; and assist in the design & execution of field and lab research related to emerging infectious diseases.

Centerra-Parsons Pacific LLC received $62,887,219 for base operations support services at U.S. Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia.

Kellogg Brown & Root Services Inc. (KBR) received $29,190,267 for base operations support services at Isa Air Base, Kingdom of Bahrain.

Northrop Grumman received $19,607,834 to sustain ongoing unspecified contingency operations. Work in Huntsville, AL. Earlier portion of same contract conceded an operational presence in Egypt and Afghanistan. Sole source.

URS received $70,350,941 for enhanced Army global logistics enterprise Army Prepositioned Stock-5 for maintenance, supply and transportation logistics support services in Kuwait and Qatar.

Vectrus received $9,423,310 to provide enterprise network capabilities and services support of USCENTCOM forces.


Avwatch Inc. received $41,792,000; Broadbay Group Corp. received $51,577,000; Coastal Defense Inc. received $41,096,000; Consulting Services Group LLC received $45,790,000 for U.S. Special Operations Command, Naval Special Warfare Command, aviation support services.

A&D GC Inc. received $9,656,000 to build at Camp Pendleton a Combat Service Support Facility, which provides space for West Coast-based units of 1st Marine Special Operations Support Battalion.

Berry Aviation received $29,002,500 to support SOCCENT with air transportation (passenger, cargo, aeromedical evacuation, short take-off & landing).

NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corp. received $12,398,648 for work associated with Phase I and Phase II of Precision High Altitude Sonobuoy Emplacement; LADAR Identification Demonstration; and Low-Cost ISR Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.


Harris Corporation received $26,951,327 for phase I of an unnamed DARPA R&D program.

Lockheed Martin received $7,440,549 for completing and testing a DARPA model to predict bond quality.

Lockheed Martin received $7,075,675 to work on DARPA’s Modular Optical Aperture Building Blocks (MOABB) program, which researches integrated photonics for free-space optical systems.

Northrop Grumman received $18,087,386 for Phase I of a DARPA research & development program. Northrop Grumman received $10,742,219 for Phase 3 of a DARPA research program.


John Hopkins received $81,086,539 for maintaining an essential engineering, R&D capability to be provided by an educational or other nonprofit institution.

Utah State University received $99,400,000 for R&D and engineering on state of-the-art and proof-of-concept spaced-based sensor systems for MDA. One offer solicited, one received.


B.L. Harbert International LLC received $85,100,000 to build the Army cyber headquarters command and control facility with the cyber protection team operations facility at Fort Gordon.

Booz Allen Hamilton; Lockheed Martin; SAIC; Leidos Inc.; Deloitte Consulting LLP received a combined $155,770,425 to obtain analytical, engineering, and project/program management services in support of the Joint Staff J6 Directorate's C4/Cyber Program.

Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. received $9,500,000 for architect-engineering commissioning for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) campus in St. Louis, Missouri.

Integrity Applications Inc. (IAI) received $8,623,598 for white lightening software, hardware, and technical documentation. R&D concepts will identify attributes and characteristics that allow for analysis of operational status, as well as capabilities and modes of operation, in support of the cyber operations mission.


AT&T received $11,298,180 to design and build five new enhanced land mobile radio communication towers in various locations throughout the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, CA.

Sprint received $34,190,235 to upgrade the DISN Optical Transport Network (OTN) throughout Europe for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


L-3 Communications received $21,895,190 for contractor owned & operated business jet training services in support of contracted air services’ basic training, large national exercises, and small, single unit training exercises. Missions include “maritime air patrol, low/slow terrorist aircraft, air interdiction training, and air intercept/anti-submarine training.”

L-3 Communications received $19,579,865 for C-12 contractor logistics support in Accra, Ghana; Andrews AFB; Ankara, Turkey; Bangkok, Thailand; Bogota, Colombia; Brasilia, Brazil; Budapest, Hungary; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Cairo, Egypt; Edwards AFB; Elmendorf AFB; Gaborone, Botswana; Holloman AFB; Islamabad, Pakistan; Manila, Philippines; Nairobi, Kenya; Rabat, Morocco; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; San Angelo, TX, USA; Tegucigalpa, Honduras; Yokota AB.


Lockheed Martin received $20,783,686 for the NAS Lemoore F-35 Training Infrastructure System and Pilot Fitting Facility.

Lockheed Martin received $28,240,000 for additional sustainment (non-air vehicle spares, support equipment, ALIS upgrades, supply chain management, mission simulators and non-recurring engineering) of LRIP lot 10 F-35 for USN ($22,340,000; 79%) and USAF ($5,900,000; 21%). This was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304c(1) and FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Lockheed Martin received $101,970,569 for additional work (F-35 software data loads for lab testing; planning for verification & validation test, technical support of modification kits; mission data file generation tools for FMS) on the F-35 Reprogramming Center West. (FMS portion = $74,121,831).

Okland Construction Co. received $23,915,372 to design and build a JSF operations, maintenance, and admin hangar facility at Luke AFB [PDF].

United Technologies Corp. received $151,664,883 for initial F-35 spare modules, engine system trainers, support equipment, depot activation, and supplies for USAF ($53,864,460, 35.52%); USN ($30,732,970, 20.26%); USMC ($18, 273,353, 12.05%); international partners ($45,731,912, 30.15%); FMS ($3,062,188, 2.02%).

United Technologies Corp. received $17,382,523 for additional F-35 (lot XI) long lead items for USN/USMC ($15,261,025; 87.8%); USAF ($398,624; 2.3%); international partners ($1,656,437; 9.5%); and FMS ($66,437; 0.40%).

United Technologies Corp. received $7,395,958 for F-35 advanced spare parts and deployment spare part packages and initial spare 3BSM modules for USMC ($6,261,526 (85%); ISN ($1,134,432 (15%).


Bell-Boeing JPO received $62,673,124 to repair V-22 parts in Fort Worth, TX (80%); Ridley Park, PA (20%). Sole-source, per 10 U.S Code 2304(c)(1).

Bell-Boeing JPO received $32,401,348 for software & hardware upgrades on V-22 flight simulators for USMC (19 MV-22) and USAF (9 CV-22).

Llamas Plastics Inc. and Sierracin-Sylmar Corp. received $80,000,000 for V-22 aircraft front left and front right windscreens (transparencies).

EAGLE (F-15)

Boeing received $254,204,369 for F-15 C/E full-scale fatigue test services. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Automotive & Industrial Supply Co. received $9,541,470 for FP-360 coating (advanced spectrally filled polyurethane topcoat and related products) used by 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group for painting F-16 at Hill AFB. Sole-source.


Boeing received $640,100,000; received $220,960,323; received $123,222,564; received $25,000,000 for spare parts used in F/A-18 aircraft. These were sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1). Boeing received $52,000,000 for F/A-18 aircraft access doors. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Nordam Group ($40,845,330) and Boeing ($13,693,890) received funds to repair F/A-18 A-D flight control surfaces. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $10,594,198 for F/A-18 aircraft rudders for the U.S. Navy and Australian Navy. Sole source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).


Boeing received $10,226,920 for Distributed Targeting System (DTS) A-kits and Operational Test Program (OPT) sets for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($9,602,165; 94%) and Australia ($624,755; 6%).

Boeing received $18,361,373 for additional production engineering on installation and integration of F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G systems, including Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System follow-on test and evaluation.

Boeing received $254,496,449 to repair F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G flight control surfaces. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.


Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions Inc.; EDO Corp.; Teledyne Wireless Inc. received a shared $15,000,000 for prototypes to replace obsolescent parts for the AN/ALQ-99F (V) Tactical Jamming System.


Northrop Grumman received $8,374,194 to design and develop a controlled breakpoint (CBP) for the aerial refueling (AR) program in support of the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye. E-2D CBP is a device on the AR probe forward mast assembly to mitigate potential foreign object damage during air-to-air refueling.

Northrop Grumman received $11,030,000 for E-2D spares and trainer aircraft common equipment components.


Aviation Systems Engineering Co. received $8,296,361 for technical engineering services and fleet deliverable capabilities for maritime patrol & reconnaissance aircraft programs at NAS Patuxent River (80%); NAS Jacksonville (10%); Seattle, WA (10%).

Boeing received $60,843,705 to mature Increment 3 block 2 capabilities (Minotaur, multi-static active coherent enhancements, wide-band satellite communications, anti-surface warfare SIGINT, and combat system architecture improvements) through preliminary and critical design review for P-8A aircraft.

Pave-Tech Inc. received $10,971,235 to build a P-8A Detachment support facilities at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.


Flight Safety Services Corp. received $7,702,434 for contractor logistics support (operations, maintenance, sustainment) and instruction services on the C-5 Aircrew Training System at Travis AFB, CA; Dover AFB, Delaware; Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX; and Westover Air Reserve Base, MA.

Lockheed Martin received $10,020,000,000 to cover future delivery orders of C-130J production. This involves unnamed FMS. Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin received $42,296,255 for multiyear procurement of C-130J readiness spare packages.

Lockheed Martin received $287,192,281 for five C-130J aircraft.


Boeing received $2,814,816,489 for KC-46 aircraft and parts.


Lockheed Martin received $36,399,316 for R&D in Phase 2 of the System of Systems Integration Technology & Experimentation (SoSITE) program, which aims to maintain U.S. air superiority in contested environments.

Northrop Grumman received $39,339,172 for Self-Protect High Energy Laser Demonstrator (SHiELD) Turret Research in Aero-Effects (STRAFE) program, which aims to develop an advanced beam control system for integration as part of a complete laser weapons system into a tactical pod on an USAF fighter aircraft. STRAFE will collect data on aero-optic disturbances while supersonic.

Precision Turbines Inc. received $30,205,017 for C-26 performance-based contractor logistics support (maintenance, repair, engineering, technical services, upgrade & modifications, logistics) at Barking Sands, HI (30.4%); Sigonella (25.6%) & Naples, Italy (25.6%); Patuxent River, MD (18.4%).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $92,967,000 for spare parts to support various tactical navigation systems.

Woodward Inc. received $29,668,198 to add 16 national stock numbers for U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force.


Advanced Turbine Engine Co. received $154,039,658; General Electric received $102,045,900 for a preliminary design review for a new technology centerline improved turbine engine for use on UH-60 Blackhawk and AH-64E Apache.

DRS Training & Control Systems received $9,757,139 to overhaul/upgrade the AH-64 digital captive boresight harmonization kit (min. 25, max. 200).

Kearfott Corp. received $7,709,471 for overhaul and repair on the UH-60 servo, roll trim.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $158,431,341 for 14 UH-60 aircraft.

Longbow LLC received $38,430,000 for radar electronic units’ production Lot 7 supporting the Apache program office.

L-3 Communications received $11,309,627 for a CH-47F flight data recorder and interconnecting box. Sole source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Reel Power Wire & Cable Inc. received $8,784,076 for cable tension systems for the U.S. Navy, including installation and government-furnished peculiar support equipment, training and technical data. This also provides three shore-based reel and cable tension machines for USN (two for $6,980,190; 80%) and Australia (one for $1,803,886; 20%). Equipment supports the Airborne Low Frequency Sonar on the MH-60R. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)1.


Bravura Information Technology Systems received $305,738,346 for Persistent Surveillance Systems - Tethered (PSS-T) support.


ManTech received $8,016,900 for engineering and technical support for reliability, maintainability, testability, quality assurance and diagnostic and system safety analyses during the design, development, production and in-service life cycles of all naval aircraft platforms and their systems. This was not competitively procured pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1).

PAE Aviation & Technical Services received $8,489,486 for maintenance on F-5 F/N at NAS Key West (40%); NAS Fallon (30%); MCAS Yuma (30%).


Northrop Grumman received $8,038,000 for battlefield airborne communication node (BACN) payload operations and support.


Black & Veatch Construction received $400,000,000; CB&I Federal Services received $400,000,000; Healtheon Inc. received $400,000,000; Turner Construction Co. received $400,000,000 to work on the Facilities Acquisitions for Restoration & Modernization program (mechanical, electrical, controls for construction projects for military ground testing facilities) at Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC); White Oak, MD; and Moffett Field, CA.

Ohio Aerospace Institute received $13,057,778 for R&D on integration of fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, physics, mathematics, and computer science to computationally simulate complex flows about canonical configurations as well as real-world applications, including current and future aerospace systems, weapons systems, subsystems and components.


Northrop Grumman received $45,121,215 for 2016 large aircraft infrared counter measures (LAIRCM PDF) processor replacement and support hardware. Northrop Grumman received $41,730,533 for LAIRCM Line Replaceable Units. This involves a 1.9% FMS to Australia and Canada.


Lockheed Martin received $204,303,604 for Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (ABMD) Continuation of Baseline 5.1, Increment-2 development, and the Adaptation of Aegis Ashore efforts.

Lockheed Martin received $112,741,068 for FY2016 AEGIS Modernization production requirements (multi-mission signal processor equipment sets; ballistic missile defense 4.0.2 equipment; upgrade equipment; spares).

Lockheed Martin received $36,369,739 to install, integrate, and test Aegis Ashore equipment in a deckhouse and support building in Poland.

Lockheed Martin received $19,569,891 for ship integration and test of the Aegis Weapon System (AWS) for Baselines through Advanced Capability Build (ACB) 16 in Moorestown, NJ (76%); Norfolk, VA (15%); Washington, DC (5%); Bath, ME (2%); Pascagoula, MS (2 %).

Lockheed Martin received $10,452,318 to activate development equipment suites for future advanced capability builds in support of computer program development at the Naval Systems Computer Center and Combat System Engineering Development Site. LM will also provide continuing site maintenance and improvements for Aegis Combat System and Weapon System upgrades to Ticonderoga and Arleigh Burke class ships through the completion of ACB 12 and Technology Insertion 12 in addition to ABMD and FMS requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $8,129,552 to support Aegis Ashore test and operational systems in Poland, to include facility and interface design, engineering support and procurement of spares material.

Raytheon received $9,997,558 for engineering services on Aegis SPY Radar and MK 99 fire control for USN (75.5%); Australia (15.9%); Japan (6.1%); and South Korea (2.5%). Overseas work in Sydney, Australia (13%); Tokyo (6%); Rota, Spain (5%); Seoul (5%); various places below 1% (totaling 7%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S Code 2304(c)(1).


AUSTAL received $8,629,606 for engineering and management re: advance planning and design supporting USS Jackson (LCS-6) PSA.

BAE Systems and General Dynamics received unspecified amounts to support sustainment execution efforts for LCS 1 variant class ships – max. $741,496,791. Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc. and Lockheed Martin received unspecified amounts to provide maintenance, and facilities maintenance/corrosion control within continental U.S. – max. $209,342,762.

BAE Systems received $11,891,935 for Post Shakedown Availability (PSA) for one Freedom variant LCS.

General Dynamics received $18,289,539 to provide LCS planning yard services. BIW will be the single planning yard providing engineering, planning, ship configuration, material and logistics support to maintain & modernize both variants.

Lockheed Martin received $67,919,573 to develop the LCS (Frigate) Combat Management System including hardware and software development & integration; Combat Management System and combat system technical data packages for LCS class (Frigate increment) ships. Non-competitively, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc. received $16,995,948 to provide Southwest Regional Maintenance Center (SWRMC) with technical and subject matter experts, and management teams.

General Dynamics received $14,854,857 for USS Bulkeley (DDG 84) FY2016 selected restricted availability (SRA).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $102,123,183 for CG 47-class cruisers and DD 963-class destroyers integrated planning yard services. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Cod1e. 2304(c)(1).

Huntington Ingalls Industries received $65,321,318 for long lead-time material in support of the USS Enterprise (CVN 80).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $20,000,000 for additional supplemental work on the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) refueling complex overhaul.

Imagine One Technology & Management Ltd. received $33,637,439 for Navy Maritime Maintenance Enterprise Solution Sustainment & Modernization support. This includes program and project management support, development of end items resulting from maintenance activities, and life-cycle support for existing or proposed solutions. Services ensure successful programming (for sustainment), testing, training, deployment, implementation, and operation of Navy Shore Based Maintenance systems managed by NAVSEA 04.

Viktor Lenac Shipyard (Rijeka, Croatia) received $20,998,341 for a 179-day dry-docking and overhaul of USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20).

Vigor Marine LLC received $8,095,057 for 45-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Wally Schirra (T-AKE 8). Vigor Marine LLC received $9,319,391 for 71-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Henry J. Kaiser (T-AO 187). Vigor Marine LLC received $36,592,389 to support a Chief of Naval Operations Availability as well as FY 2016 Dry-docking Selected Restricted Availability for USS Gridley.


Leidos received $49,495,500 for hardware equipment and logistics on the ship control system, navigation critical distribution system, ship control display system, automated bridge system, and various human machine interface display applications. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $38,608,779 for Technical Insertion 2016 Ship Self Defense System upgrades to be installed on carriers and amphibious ships.

Lockheed Martin received $21,154,450 for component equipment associated with the MK-41 Vertical Launch System Launch Sequencer. Lockheed Martin received $15,785,902 for associated equipment with the MK-41 Vertical Launch System for various upgrade kits and components.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $66,413,466 for MK 54 Mod 1 lightweight torpedo (LWT) sonar assembly kits and related test equipment, spares, and engineering and hardware support services. This was not competitively received in accordance with 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $37,723,774 to provide U.S. Navy (98%) and Thailand (2%) with MK 54 lightweight torpedo common parts kits, Mod 0 kits; MK 54 exercise fuel tanks, spares, material, engineering, and hardware repair support.

Raytheon received $287,958,605 for Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) upgrades and conversions, system overhauls, and associated hardware for the U.S. Navy (36.75%); Turkey (44.09%); Australia (19.16%). Work at over 30 distinct locations. Raytheon received $45,395,007 for Close-In-Weapon System (CIWS) performance-based logistics support. Raytheon will provide repaired and new units for 1041 line items under prescribed performance metrics in response to Fleet requisitions. One firm was non-competitively per FAR 6.302-1.


General Dynamic received $14,709,609 for initial execution activities under USS Montpelier (SSN 765) interim dry-docking (IDD) availability. General Dynamics received $10,671,580 for new work onboard USS Montpelier (SSN 765) during its scheduled interim dry docking (IDD).

General Dynamics received $300,610,855 for Lead Yard Services and development studies and design efforts related to Virginia Class submarines. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Industrial Marine & Industrial Applicators LLC received $35,000,000 for submarine preservation/lead handling (waterborne repair to remove/replace/install submarine lead ballast; preserve spaces; clean & pump) onboard SSBN/GN submarines located at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay.

Lockheed Martin received $126,292,178 for engineering services and support to Integrated Submarine Imaging Systems (ISIS) program. ISIS provides all-weather, visual & electronic search, digital image management, and indication, warning, and interface capabilities for SSN 688 (Los Angeles class); SSN 21 (Seawolf class); Ohio class; and SSN 774 (Virginia class) submarines.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. received $17,515,622 for management, engineering, technical and logistic support services required for U.S. Navy’s domestic and international submarine programs.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $31,082,204 for engineering and technical services for modifying and/or developing engineering tools and software, as well as the integration of hardware required to support the continued data collection of the Non-Propulsion Electronic Subsystems, Submarine Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat, and Intelligence (C5I). Work ultimately helps new submarine construction and modernization. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5) and FAR 6.302-5 and 15 U.S. Code 638(r)(1) and (4).

Ultra 3 Phoenix Inc. received $7,938,524 for continuing engineering services in support of VA-Class submarines and other submarine/surface ship systems.


American Electronic Warfare Associates (AMEWAS) received $91,293,935 for engineering, management, and technical services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department in Patuxent River, MD.

AMSEC LLC; BAE Systems; Delphinus Engineering Inc.; Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc.; General Dynamics; L3; Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received a shared $117,296,700 to continue engineering and technical services in support of the Navy Modernization Program, which upgrades hull, mechanical and electrical systems on U.S. Naval vessels.

Assured Space Access Technology Inc. received $36,723,851; Koam Engineering Systems Inc. received $33,496,128; Tactical Engineering & Analysis Inc. received $37,099,684 for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) test and evaluation, system engineering and integration, operational support, and configuration management supporting the Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Enterprise Engineering and Certification Laboratory and Combined Test Bed.

Bechtel received $64,331,069 for naval nuclear propulsion components.

Delphinus Engineering Inc.; Q.E.D. Systems; ORBIS SIBRO, Inc. Pacific Shipyards, Inc.; Superior Marine Solutions received $20,324,686 for non-nuclear and non-SUBSAFE Touch Labor work at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, HI.

General Dynamics received $24,385,582 for LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement program design acceleration and engineering support.

General Dynamics received $8,750,380 for post hull, mechanical and electrical sail away, transit, and post-delivery availability advanced planning support efforts on DDG 1000.

Global Technical Systems Inc. received $9,744,046 for 14 Technical Insertion 12 Hybrid (TI-12H) Common Processing System (CPS) water-cooled advanced production units (APUs) and eight commercial air-cooled APUs.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $13,748,952 for LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement Program contract design engineering support. Tasking may include efforts related to systems engineering, marine engineering, naval architecture, cost estimating and computer modeling.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $30,390,839 for DDG 51 Class Flight III upgrade design efforts, specifically to replace SPY-1D(V) radar with air and missile defense radar designated (SPY-6).

Huntington Ingalls Industries received $52,366,419 for nuclear propulsion and complex modernization work on USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) for FY2016 planned incremental availability. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Modutech Marine Inc. received $8,584,032 for twelve Workboat Medium Boats.

NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corp. received $12,420,108 for work on: Precision High Altitude Sonobuoy Emplacement, N92-170 LADAR Identification Demonstration, and AF083-006 Low-Cost ISR Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. NAVMAR will develop, test, and evaluate advanced ISR sensors and enhanced surveillance capabilities that can be integrated into existing naval platforms to support PACOM, CENTCOM, and SOCOM activities.

Raytheon received $9,146,999 for engineering on the Navy Multiband Terminal (NMT), a multi-band capable satellite communications terminal that provides protected and wideband (EHF/AEHF) communications. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $29,839,189 for additional engineering on the DDG 1000 Zumwalt Class Destroyer Program. This was not competitively procured in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $92,069,954 for the engineering and manufacturing development of the Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar (EASR).

Sechan Electronics Inc. received $14,119,736 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) Signal Data Processor Assemblies (SDP-S) for USN (78%), Japan (20%), and USMC (2%). CEC SDP-S assemble was developed through technical refresh/crypto modernization efforts to implement advantages provided by significant improvements in processor technologies.

Superior Electric received $39,422,099 for automatic voltage regulators, which are used aboard ships to automatically regulate alternate current and direct current voltages intended for Navy shipboard application.


General Dynamics received $13,388,383 for work on combined mission command network operations and maintenance services for the Army Communications Information Systems Activity Pacific in Yongsan, South Korea.

Harris Corp. received $33,000,000 for spare parts for various radio systems. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(2).

L-3 Communications received $11,226,214 for screening obscuration module [PDF] system integration and demonstration base period and production.

Northrop Grumman received $7,056,050 for design, development, upgrade, testing, certification, production, fielding, and sustainment of the joint tactical ground station (JTAGS) pre-planned improvement system of systems.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $14,000,000 for services and supplies in the support of the modernization, expansion, and depot-level contractor logistics support. RC will provide for the Scope command program for the High Frequency Global Communications System (HFGCS). This is a sole-source acquisition.


Alpha-Omega Change Engineering; BOSH Global Services; FEDITC LLC; FGS LLC; and Trofholz Technologies Inc. received $78,426,203 to support weapon systems and C4I systems IT services; project management; intelligence support; security office support; staff support; studies, reports, analyses & evaluations; and system engineering and subject matter expert support at Joint Base Langley-Eustis; Beale AFB; Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland AFB; Kadena AB; Ramstein AB; Hickam AFB; Osan AB; and associated Guard and Reserve organizations.

Leidos, Inc. received $35,872,229 for IT repair, maintenance, operations, logistics and engineering services to ensure secure, reliable and uninterrupted availability of 13 organizations’ worldwide information technology systems.

McConnell Jones Lanier & Murphy; Pioneering Decisive Solutions Inc.; Total Technology Inc. received $29,998,000 to help with automated testing system testing/diagnostics and net centric support.

NetCentrics Corp. received $11,421,068 for IT operations support for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services (WHS), WHS Supported Organizations, and the Pentagon Force Protection Agency.

Vision Ability Execution Inc. (VAEIT) received $15,883,313 for network modernization in CONUS and to upgrade Fort Belvoir campus area networks.


Centerra Group LLC received $10,175,652 for fire protection and emergency management & medical services at Cape Canaveral AFS.

Wolf Creek Federal Services received $20,467,656 for range operations support: non-mission support communications for the Eastern & Western Ranges; and base operating support & logistics for the Eastern Range, primarily at Ascension Auxiliary Air Field.


L-3 Communications received $38,099,365; Raytheon received $39,951,691; ViaSat Inc. received $33,291,975 for protected tactical service field demonstration (PTSFD). PTSFD will demonstrate the ability to provide wideband anti-jam communications to tactical users using the Wideband Global Satellite Communications (SATCOM) constellation and commercial SATCOM.

Lockheed Martin received $8,504,148 for GPS control segment sustainment functions, including modernized-monitor station technology improvement and capability receiver, test and deploy upgrades.

Raytheon received $52,578,245 to modernize the Miniature Airborne GPS receiver 2000 (MAGR-2K) to incorporate required DOD and civil mandates, to design, test, and deliver a military code (M-Code)/automatic dependent surveillance - broadcast capable, and to deliver a formal engineering change proposal to the baseline configuration. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Lockheed Martin received $19,872,914 for two additional lot 8 Interceptors and associated production support efforts for MDA’s Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) Project Office.

Modern Technology Solutions Inc. (MTSI) received $8,999,952 for integrated threat characterization. MTSI will help develop the Robust Adaptive Threat Characterization system. MTSI will deliver: data verification, association, and exploitation; contextual/environmental classification, cognitive fusion framework, and integrated threat characterization suite.

Parsons Government Services received $85,993,015 for advisory and assistance services re: command, control, communications and battle management engineering (C3BM) support to MDA’s Technical, Engineering, Advisory & Management Support. Parsons Government Services received $40,777,653 for advisory and assistance services for Systems Engineering/Modeling & Simulation in support of technical, engineering, advisory and management support. This includes supporting the critical program level Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) architecture, system engineering, and engineering activities in accordance with MDA Systems Engineering "V". This is sole-source.

Parsons Government Services received $7,209,735 for advisory and assistance services for Space & Directed Energy in support of technical, engineering, advisory and management support at Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Fort Belvoir, and the National Capital Region. This continues critical engineering activities supporting space and directed energy engineering. Sole source.

Raytheon received $18,218,497 for planning, development and implementation of an acceptance test solution for circuit card assemblies (CCA) and CCA stack assembly level testing using the Presidio Gen 2 Block IV/V automated test architecture for the SM-3 Block IIA missile.


BAE Systems received $20,200,000 for 57 millimeter cartridge production. Oversea work in Sweden (62.38%).

Cummings Aerospace Inc. received $9,902,752; Dynetics, Inc. received $9,902,752; Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. received $9,902,752 for hardware, software, and design in support of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence & Munitions Test Improvement (CIMTIC) program.

Northrop Grumman received $72,963,647 to provide air & missile defense planning and control system tactical support services.

Orbital ATK received $38,649,867 for M829A4 cartridges, and a unit price increase to account for increased costs of the material used to produce composite sabot.

Raytheon received $7,183,247 for AIM-9X Sidewinder repairs for USAF ($2,973,100, 41.39%); USN ($2,556,866; 35.59%); South Korea ($302,312, 4.21%); Singapore ($301,052, 4.19%); Finland ($252,274, 3.51%); Denmark ($155,551, 2.17%); Switzerland ($138,174, 1.93%); Poland ($98,816, 1.38%); Oman ($81,439, 1.13%); Netherlands ($81,439, 1.13%); Australia ($79,346, 1.10%); Kuwait ($74,112, 1.03%); Morocco ($32,031, .45%); Belgium ($32,031, .45%), and Turkey ($24,704, .34%).

Raytheon received $18,129,512 for 206 cryptographic modernization kits for PATRIOT missile systems.

Raytheon received $36,662,336 for design agent and engineering support services on Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) upgraded MK-31 Guided Missile Weapon System improvement program. RAM is a joint US-Germany program. Foreign funding from Germany is $2,338,372. Sole-source, per FAR 6.302-4 & DFAS Supplement 206.302-4, pursuant to 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4).

Raytheon received $523,972,941 (included in ceiling amount specified in the previous congressional notification of 18 Dec. 2015) for 47 FY2016 SM-3 Block IB missiles (FMS = $10,948,471).


Booz Allen Hamilton received $379,607,248 to provide JIDA with rapid development & fielding of counter-threat technologies, delivering urgent mission IT solutions in support of global operations to eliminate or neutralize enemy networks that threaten U.S. interests and employ improvised threats, including IED. BAH personnel will be embedded within deployed U.S. forces.

Foster-Miller received $35,400,000 for tactically adaptable light ordnance neutralization, family of robots, sustainment, maintenance, and repair parts.

Foster Miller Inc. received $10,253,933 for Man Transportable Robotic System MK 2 post-production support. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


Lockheed Martin received $12,575,050 for 108 row transmitters and 27 row power supplies for Army Navy/transportable radar system, 59A version (V)3 array electronics new build requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $32,205,621 for Post Deployment Software Support for AN/TPS-59A(V)3 Radar system. Sole source acquisition, per FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $375,582,523 for nine Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) LRIP systems. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1)(B).

Raytheon received $7,111,815 for programmatic, technical and engineering services for the Air Traffic, Navigation, Integrations, and Coordination System (ATNAVICS) refurbishment and range extension efforts for USMC.


BAE Systems received $17,295,224 as a reliability and maintainability performance incentive fee.

Connectec Co. Inc. received $7,896,852 for 16-foot extraction force transfer coupling assemblies.

EFW Inc. received $7,290,384 for grip assembly controllers. This was a sole source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $18,007,633 for spare parts in various U.S. Army combat vehicles.

General Dynamics received $14,616,314 for distribution boxes for the M1 Abrams tank. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1) under FAR 6.302-1.

HDT Expeditionary Systems Inc. received $9,345,299 for heaters in U.S. Army combat vehicles. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

IBIS TEK received $11,895,240 for dome lights in support of the Rock Island Arsenal joint manufacturing and technology center, M997 ambulance program.

Load King LLC and Schutt Industries of Clintonville received $187,929,988 for M870A4 semitrailers including a LRIP of 11 trailers; and a subsequent full rate production of up to 1,350 trailers.

Mandus Group received $7,810,506 for hydraulic system test and repair unit providing field maintainers the ability to fabricate high-pressure hoses at the point of need.

Raytheon received $30,104,580 for 20 turrets for the Marine Corps armored vehicle anti-tank variant.

Veyance Technologies received $9,818,200 for Abrams track shoe assemblies.

Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America received $17,075,677 for heater kits for the M997A ambulance program.


Connectec Company Inc. received $96,700,000 for mortar weapon components (60mm & 81mm) and 60mm, 81mm, 120mm support equipment to include mortar mounts, baseplates, direct support tools, basic issue items, and list items.


Canadian Commercial Corp. received $7,600,000 for Enhanced Combat Optical Sights - Carbine (ECOS-C). ECOS-C is an optical day scope with illuminated reticle for use on carbine rifles. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Ceradyne, Inc. received $36,610,608 for the vital torso protection program: 30,831 additional enhanced small arms protective inserts.

North American Manufacturing received $34,255,435 for military cots.

The Protective Group, A Point Blank Co. received $7,500,000 to improve balance protection by increasing ballistic performance; reducing areal density and thickness; and improving multi-hit performance of component- and system-level threat protection devices and systems.


Puerto Rico Apparel Manufacturing Corp. received $15,827,670 for various military coats for U.S. Army and Afghan army.

Valley Apparel LLC received $8,324,075 for flyers jackets.


Lockheed Martin received $147,103,298 to continue providing engineering, materials and equipment, personnel, testing, technical management and logistical support necessary to complete upgrades for the close combat tactical trainer (CCTT) systems.

Logistics Services International Inc. and Technical Software Services Inc. received $167,168,000 for reengineering, development, and personal computer-simulation services in support of Naval Education Training Command (NETC) Naval Training Products & Services program.


CENTRA Technology Inc. received $70,000,000 for non-personal services, technical support services to DTRA Intelligence, Plans & Resource Integration Directorate and Standing Joint Forces Headquarters-Elimination.


Alabama Power Co. received $23,100,524 for utility services performance.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $16,065,460 to design and build a fuel cell maintenance hangar at Hurlburt Field.

Georgia Power Co. received $80,000,000 for electrical distribution services at Fort Stewart.

Gilbane Federal received $9,981,522 and received $9,937,987 to clean, inspect, and repair two fuel tanks at the Defense Fuel Support Point, Hakozaki, Japan.

Gulf Power Co. received $9,804,275 to initiate the findings of the preliminary assessment and investment grade audit to determine energy improvements at NAS Whiting Field. This was procured under 10 U.S.C. Section 2304(c)(5), as implemented by FAR 6.302-5.

Webb Electric Co. of Florida received $11,499,889 to repair circuit six at Sheppard AFB.

Valero Marketing & Supply ($147,734,116); Shell ($100,176,698); and Petro Star Inc. ($51,471,435) received those amounts for various types of fuel.


Agfa Healthcare received $768,000,000 for digital imaging network-picture archive communication systems.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $52,533,286 to assist the assistant secretary of defense (health affairs), Defense Health Agency. BAH will provide expertise to move the Military Health System “toward the cultural and process changes necessary to become a high reliability organization.”

Bowers & Kubota Consulting received $9,900,000 for program & project management technical support of U.S. Army Pacific Region Medical Command.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $16,331,453 for medical logistics non-personal services in support of the expeditionary and contingency medical materiel program.

Caddell-Nan JV received $79,721,831 to build the medical/dental clinic replacement at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Draeger Medical Inc. received $57,351,441 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables, spare/repair parts and training.

MediVector Inc. received $9,135,695 for the capability to manufacture Favipiravir (T-705) therapeutic in the U.S. Work in: Boston, MA; Tokyo, Japan; West Deptford, NJ; Somerset, NJ; Franklin, MA; Essex, MA; Audubon, PA; Alachua, FL; Carlsbad, CA; Albany, NY; Dunwoody, GA.

Noveome Biotherapeutics received $9,655,000 for R&D in support the Naval Medical Research Center’s (NMRC) cellular combat wound initiative within the current Statement of Work. Sole source, per FAR 6.302-1 and 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).


Johnson & Johnson received $60,000,000 for dental and medical equipment. Nobel Biocare USA LLC received $40,000,000 for dental supplies.


AECOM Technical Services received $79,400,038 for Parcel 3 closure and corrective action for environmental restoration activates for Fort Wingate depot activity, McKinley County, NM.

CB&I Federal Services; CH2M Hill Constructors; Parsons Government Services; Tetra Tech Inc.; URS Group Inc.; Versar-Arcadia JV; and Weston Solutions Inc. received a shared $240,000,000 to provide USACE with environmental remediation services support.

CB&I Federal Services LLC received $20,850,791 for Parcel E remedial action at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco, CA.

Gryphon: PHE: ECTS JV; Mabbett & Associates Inc.; HazAir Inc.; LRS GEO JV; Redhorse Corp.; R.J. Rudy LLC; S&A Environmental Consultants Inc. received $18,000,000 for environmental consulting services for the USACE, South Atlantic Division.

IO Environmental & Infrastructure Inc. and Patriot JV received a shared $40,000,000 in support of habitat enhancement services at various Navy and Marine Corps installations within NAVFAC Southwest.

Sevenson-USA Environmental JV received $11,927,942 for removal and decontamination of potentially explosive sewers and underground structure at the former Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant (SFAAP).

Tetra Tech Inc. received $9,000,000 for design, studies, surveys, sampling, testing, permit procurement, cost estimates, sustainable and innovative technologies, and other similar activities related to environmental matters.


AmeriQual Group LLC received $30,696,322 for first strike rations.

FreshPack Produce Inc. received $49,500,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables for non-DOD customers in Colorado. Manson Products Co. received $21,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

Hiland Dairy received $16,546,735 for fresh milk and dairy products.

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

American Water Operations &  Maintenance received $44,630,714 for water and wastewater systems at Vandenberg AFB.

Pride Industries received $14,893,008 to support Fort Polk Directorate of Public Works Base Operations.


Continental Mapping Consultants received $12,500,000 for photogrammetric surveying and mapping.

Quantum Spatial, Inc. received $12,500,000 for architect-engineer services for photogrammetric and surveying and mapping.


BAE Systems received $8,000,000 for logistics support for U.S. Army Hawaii.

Bering Straits Logistics Services LLC received $13,400,000 for IT support, warehouse operations, maintenance support, and training support to the consequence management support center (COMSUPCEN).

CSC Government Solutions received $88,085,627 for logistics integration and weapon systems logistics network support necessary to perform separate interoperability roles, including: 1) supporting IT infrastructure at HQ Air Mobility Command (AMC), at the wing-level for sortie generation; 2) for G081 Program Management Office staff 3) G081 functional programming support, training and subject matter expertise for technology, policy, and system integration recommendations. Work at Scott AFB.

E3 Federal Solutions, Inc. received $8,406,420 to provide the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (USDP) executive administrative management and administrative services to support 38 separate offices headed by senior level individuals within the organization.

Glacier Technologies received $8,836,509 for administrative support, data management, data collection, IT services, and logistics support for test and evaluation support services.

Management Consulting Inc. received $8,997,465 for materials, supplies, equipment, specialty equipment, and integrated logistical services for NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Supply Management Division Midwest, Crane, IN, NAVFAC Midwest (DPW, Supply Management).

National Conferencing Inc. received $81,120,421 for strong bonds logistical conference and training support services.

The Onyx Urban Collaborative JV received $30,000,000 for facility planning services in NAVFAC Southwest.

Vanquish Worldwide (VW) received $14,874,305 for supply, maintenance and transportation supporting global logistics at Fort Stewart (88%) and Hunter Army Air Field (12%).

Z Systems Corp. received $13,338,948 for enhanced army global logistics enterprise maintenance, supply, and transportation services at Fort Hood.


Boeing received $22,598,000 to legislation, acts, and publications as identified in accordance with the terms of the 5 July 2016 settlement: Boeing Request For Equitable Adjustment And Claim For Pension Protection Act Cost Impact, Amendment 01. This funds a portion of the equitable adjustment for costs incurred related to engineering and manufacturing development.

Spider Strategies Inc. received $42,000,000 to support the Army Office of Business Transformation's Strategic Management Support Program Office. One bid solicited, one received.


Greenland Contractors Interessentskaber (Copenhagen, Denmark) received $25,700,000 for operations and maintenance of Thule Air Base. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Affolter Contracting Co. received $8,962,230 for flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries, Yazoo basin, Mississippi, Tallahatchie county, Mississippi, upper Yazoo projects, Item 7C, channel improvement.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $29,492,000 for Fire Island Inlet to Montauk Point, NY, stabilization project.

Harry Pepper & Associates received $16,868,765 for Herbert Hoover dike rehabilitation, structure replacement, and S-291 reconstruction in Glades County, FL.

J.E. McAmis received $26,130,013 for demolition and removal of existing water control structure in Homestead, FL.

K Belle Consultants LLC received $13,076,228 for a hurricane protection system in Venice, LA.

Luhr Bros. Inc. received $36,000,000 for building river dikes at Olmsted locks and dam, conducting hydrographic surveys, clearing and grubbing, placement of graded stone “A,” tree protection, bank armoring, and relocating stone material.

Patton-Tully Marine LLC received $10,000,000 to build dikes and weirs for Army Corps of Engineers.

Record Steel & Construction Inc. received $13,844,360 for Fall Creek dam and reservoir adult fish facility upgrade at Lowell, OR.

Shoreline Foundation Inc. received $8,293,830 for work on marine structures and containment dikes and marine mattresses in Brazoria, TX.

Suulutaaq Inc. received $18,361,020 for a flood control channel improvement project in Milpitas, CA.


A Harold & Associates LLC; Precision 2000 Inc.; Top Gun Contracting Inc. received a combined $8,000,000 to help the 78th Civil Engineer Group pave quickly at Robins AFB.

Pave-Tech Inc. received $9,993,268 to repair Delta Taxiway and lighting at NAS Fallon.


AECOM received $10,000,000 and Schendt Engineering Corp. received $10,000,000 to perform Title I, Title II and other services to administer, coordinate and technically support facility sustainment, restoration and modernization, and construction at U. S. Air Force Academy; Buckley AFB; Cheyenne Mountain AFS; Fort Carson; F.E. Warren AFB; Peterson AFB; Schriever AFB.

Alutiiq Diversified Services; Anderson Burton Construction; Custom Mechanical Systems Corps; Dawson-Hawaiian Builders II; Elite Pacific Construction; Mega-Healy Tibbitts JV; Performance Systems Inc.; and Su-Mo Builders Inc. received a shared $49,000,000 for construction services within the Honolulu Engineer District area of responsibility.

Atkins North America Inc. received $45,000,000 for architect-engineer services (planning, programming design and construction support) for Army and Air National Guard in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands and Washington, DC.

BIX LLC received $12,595,000 to build a new dormitory at Hanscom AFB.

Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. received $30,000,000 for professional architectural and engineering services in NAVFAC Southeast.

Cape Environmental Management Inc. received $17,178,089 to build a Hydrant Fuel Facility at Joint Base Andrews.

CTI & Associates Inc. received $8,000,000 for construction management services.

Danilo D. Lopez Associates Inc. received $10,000,000 for architectural projects at various locations in NAVFAC Hawaii. MK Engineers, Ltd. received $10,000,000 for various electrical projects and related work in NAVFAC Hawaii.

Debcon Inc. received $22,837,000 to build the FY2015 Army family housing project at Rock Island, IL.

ETCON Inc. received $15,645,344 for miscellaneous paving requirements.

Harper Construction Co.; Hensel Phelps Construction Co.; M.A. Mortenson Co.; R.A. Burch Construction Co.; RQ Construction LLC; Solpac Construction, Inc.; and Straub Construction, Inc. received a combined $240,000,000 for construction and renovation of commercial and institutional projects at various government installations within NAVFAC Southwest.

Harpers & Co. Inc.; Bacik Group LLC; Willis Mechanical Inc. received a combined $24,800,000 for the Civil Engineering Building & Utilities Mechanical program – mechanical projects in the utilities and building systems sustainment, restoration, and modernization to support the research development test and evaluation mission at Arnold Engineering Development Complex.

HDR Architecture Inc. received $9,258,653 to prepare full plans and specifications, detailed cost estimate, geotechnical investigation, and hazardous materials survey at MCAS Miramar.

Health Facility Solutions Co. received $8,000,000 for construction management services.

Herman Construction Group Inc. received $15,914,025 to design and build a SCIF at Vandenberg AFB.

J&J Contractors Inc. received $18,542,000 to build the Attleboro Army Reserve Center in Taunton, MA.

KW-HHI JV received $8,099,863 for design and construction of nine modular storage magazines (Hayman-type igloos) at Hill AFB.

Martin Brothers Construction received $11,760,406 to build phase one of the 400 parking ramp at Travis AFB. Martin Brothers Construction received $11,760,406 for runway, construction, drainage, and parking work at Travis AFB.

M.A. Mortenson Co. received $103,000,000 for repair, modification, rehabilitation, alterations, design, and construction projects in support of DOD and other agencies throughout the USA.

Nova Group Inc. received $17,420,234 to repair a dry dock saltwater distribution system at Naval Base Kitsap.

Ocean Construction Services, Inc. received $8,132,050 for Pier Cheatham Annex Depot (CAD) A structural repairs onboard Cheatham Annex.

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

Orion Marine Construction Inc. received $12,445,000 for maintenance pipeline dredging, Corpus Christi ship channel, inner basin to Viola turning basin, and La Quinta channel, Nueces County, TX.

Peter Vander Werff Construction, Inc. received $13,250,000 to build a Navy Operational Support Center at March Air Reserve Base.

Quantum Spatial, Inc. and Fugro Pelagos, Inc. received shared $9,500,000 for architect and engineering survey and mapping services for military, civil, and federal agencies of the Mobile district, USACE.

Reid Middleton Inc. received a maximum $950,000,000 for design & construction services to support Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization programs in the continental U.S. - West Region. WestEast Design Group LLC received a maximum $950,000,000 for design & construction services to support Sustainment, Restoration & Modernization programs in the continental U.S. - Central Region.

SDVE LLC received $9,800,000 for simplified acquisition of base engineering requirements contract work including maintenance, repair, and minor construction work at Arnold AFB.

S&S-Excel Constructors JV received $ 12,077,800 for construction of an Army Reserve center at Kansas City, KS.

Shirley Contracting Company received $19,248,561 for roads and infrastructure improvements at National Museum of the U.S. Army, Fort Belvoir.

Walsh Federal JV received $49,064,000 to build a new boiler plant in Hines, IL (presumably at the VA hospital).

Watts-Orion JV received $25,592,000 to build the Transit Protection System Forward Operating Location at Ediz Hook.


Manson Construction Co. received $7,629,200 for hopper dredging for Freeport Harbor, TX, entrance and jetty channel in Brazoria County, TX.

Mike Hooks LLC received $24,000,000 to rent a 27-30 inch cutter head pipeline dredge for dredging in AL, MS, and FL. Mike Hooks LLC received $11,249,000 and received another installment of $11,249,000 for maintenance dredging at Lake Charles, LA.

Norfolk Dredging Company received $10,432,500 for Wilmington Harbor mid-river and military ocean terminal Sunny Point maintenance dredging, New Hanover and Brunswick counties in Southport (48.19%) and Wilmington (51.81%), NC.

Weeks Marine Inc. received $15,692,500 for maintenance, pipeline dredging, and deep draft for the Houston ship channel, Redfish to Morgan’s Point, Chambers County, Texas. Week Marine, Inc. received $25,125,001 for Mississippi River, Baton Rouge to the Gulf, Head of Passes, Hopper dredge disposal area project.

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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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