Newsbud Exclusive Report- A Distillation DOD Spending Spree for November 2016

DOD Spent $33,413,000,000+ on 186 Individual Contracts in November 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 $33,413,000,000 on 186 individual contracts during November 2016. This amount does not include nineteen Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $1,869,924,000.

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

Boeing received $13,877,016 to provide the Netherlands with CH-47F Chinook support services.

General Dynamics received $65,292,225 to provide Iraq with contractor logistic support and training for M1A1 tanks and M88A2 recovery vehicles.

L-3 Communications received $29,965,504 to provide the UK with an electronic instrument system replacement requirement.

Lockheed Martin received $27,000,000 to upgrade Singapore’s F-16 aircraft.

Lockheed Martin received $1,204,200,000 to upgrade F-16 for South Korea.

Lockheed Martin received $12,354,382 to provide Taiwan with developmental support equipment.

Raytheon received $26,223,357 to upgrade the Taiwan Early Warning Radar Surveillance Radar Program Missile Warning Center.

Raytheon received $22,998,943 for FMS (Turkey, UAE, Spain): management, logistics and engineering support for the Hawk missile stockpile reliability program and the operations of worldwide theater readiness monitoring facility.

Textron (AAI) received $14,280,845 to provide Australia contractor logistics support of fielded one system remote video terminal (OSRVT PDF).


Advanced Electronics Co. (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) received $12,378,909 to provide Saudi Arabia with F-15SA cyber protection and engineering.

General Electric received $8,029,735 to provide Egypt with five Service Life Extension Program F110-100 engine kits.

Harris Corp. received $91,000,000 for all functions required to support FMS Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite (AIDEWS) customers' production requirements. Includes production of AN/ALQ-211(V)4/8/9 AIDEWS for Electronic Combat International Security Assistance Program customers. This also provides AN/ALE-47 countermeasures dispensing systems for AIDEWS (V)4 users; ALE-47 countermeasure dispensing systems for AIDEWS (V)8 users; and the associated support equipment. First of FMS customers is Morocco.

Lockheed Martin received $12,282,400 for FMS (Saudi Arabia, Italy, Pakistan, Netherlands, Jordan): 100 Hellfire M299 launchers.

Lockheed Martin received $16,306,208 to upgrade Morocco’s F-16 aircraft.

Lockheed Martin received $48,554,905 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): upgrade M1A2S Advanced Gunnery Training System.

Lockheed Martin received $67,308,132 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): spares & incidental services for Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod system; Low Altitude Navigation & Targeting Infrared for Night; Infrared Search & Track system. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $177,929,800 for FY2016-2017 Evolved Seasparrow Missiles Block I production (rounds, inert missiles, components, shipping containers, etc.). Includes some FMS to Spain, Thailand, and UAE.


General Atomics received $39,777,423 for more MQ-9 Reaper Extended Range retrofit kits.

Hydroid Inc. received $7,408,735 for engineering support and training services for MK18 (Mod 1 & Mod 2) unmanned underwater systems.

Textron (Bell) received $12,091,480 for four Bell 407 GPX helicopter airframes in support of the MQ-8C Fire Scout.


Fors Marsh Group LLC received $10,000,409 for market research and survey services. FMG provides survey services and market research & analysis, in support of Joint Advertising & Market Research military recruiting research.

RRDS Inc. received $10,000,000 for bullet resisting panels for military recruiting stations nationwide.


4M HR Logistics LLC; DRS Technologies Inc.; DynCorp International; Global Logistics Support Services Inc.; Kay & Associates Inc.; L-3 Communications; M1 Support Services; Pacific Architects & Engineers Inc.; SKGS-SAIC Services LLC; Strata-G Solutions Inc.; Strategic Technology Institute Inc.; Sunrise Beach Corp. d.b.a. M2 Services Corp.; URS Federal Services Inc.; VSE Corp.; Y-Tech Services Inc.; Zenetex LLC received a shared $11,400,000,000 for Contract Field Teams. They will provide timely and high quality augmentation for fielded active weapon system maintenance.


AECOM; Granite Construction; Kiewit Infrastructure West received a shared $75,000,000 to help USACE with horizontal construction in southwestern border patrol sectors.

S4 Inc. received $99,000,000 to manage North American Aerospace Defense Command and USNORTHCOM information technology systems (incl. classified and unclassified data, voice, and video) at Peterson AFB and in Mexico.


Centerra Group LLC received $24,537,312 for base operations support services at Naval Station Guantánamo Bay.

RQ Construction LLC received $24,395,000 for structural repairs to Wharf Bravo at NAS Guantánamo Bay.


Bethel Industries received $15,784,333 for various types of trousers for USMC and Afghan military. Excel Garment Manufacturing Ltd. received $8,594,438 for various uniforms for USAF and Afghan military. Kandor Manufacturing (Arecibo, Puerto Rico) received $7,234,569 for various types of blouses for USMC and Afghan military. Short Bark Industries received $11,734,767 for various types of blouses for USMC and Afghan military.

Tribalco LLC received $12,204,071 for theater command, control, communications, and computer services in Afghanistan and Kuwait.


Butt Construction received $11,975,000 to design and build a Special Operations Forces headquarters and classroom facility at Fort Campbell.

L-3 Communications received $49,500,000 for next generation binocular night vision devices (BNVD) goggles with white phosphor tubes that focus on weight, size, and power reductions.


 Leidos Inc. received $8,545,528 to support an extended test phase for DARPA’s Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV) program.


 The Microelectronics Advanced Research Corp. (MARCO) received $15,470,282 to work on Year 5 of DARPA’s Focus Center Research Program (FCRP) - Semiconductor Technology Advanced Research Network (STARnet). Program aims to create & continue a nationwide network of university research centers that will keep DOD and U.S. defense systems firms at the forefront of the global microelectronics revolution. Centers will focus on discovering solutions to the intractable problems that are forecast to lie in the future of integrated circuit progress and to lay the foundations for microsystems innovations once the improvements associated with Moore’s Law are exhausted. Work at STARnet University Focus Centers: Center for Spintronic Material, Interfaces and Novel Architectures (C-SPIN) – University of Minnesota; Function Accelerated nanoMaterial Engineering (FAME) – UCLA; Center for Low Energy Systems Technology (LEAST) – University of Notre Dame; Center for Future Architectures Research (C-FAR) – University of Michigan; Systems On Nanoscale Information fabriCs (SONIC) Center – University of Illinois; and TerraSwarm Research Center (TSRC) – UC, Berkeley.

Georgia Tech Research Corp. received $16,881,988 to R&D, enhance, and document the assembly, storage, and exposure of key software datasets for AFRL.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab received $98,000,000 to help DARPA with engineering and R&D capabilities re: essential capability for engineering or developmental work calling for “practical application of investigative findings and theories of a scientific or technical nature.”

National Academy of Sciences received $9,846,206 to support AFRL Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Program [PDF]. NAS will provide postdoctoral and senior fellowship awards to select doctoral level scientists and engineers in national competitions. Sole-source.

University of Southern California (USC) - Information Sciences Institute (ISI) received $30,862,236 for Ptychography-based Rapid Imaging of Nano-Structures with Multi-layer Assemblies (PRISMA) effort. USC will try developing non-destructive 3D imaging for integrated circuits fabricated with feature sizes less than or equal to 10 nm. ISI’s is a former Vice President at Raytheon.


Assured Information Security Inc.; CACI Technologies Inc.; Global InfoTek Inc.; Harris Corp.; L-3; Radiance Technologies Inc. received a shared $200,000,000 to work on rapid development, prototyping, demonstration, evaluation and transition of cyber capabilities. Work at Rome, NY; Chantilly, Reston, Herndon, VA; Huntsville, AL for AFRL.

Kudu Dynamics LLC received $36,854,963 to develop software capabilities to support offensive and defensive cyber operations for AFRL.


 Lockheed Martin received $7,189,297,142 for 90 F-35 aircraft: 76 F-35A for USAF (44), non-DOD participants (16), FMS (16); 12 F-35B for USMC (9), and non-DOD participants (3); 2 F-35C for U.S. Navy. In addition, this provides for diminishing manufacturing and material shortages redesign and management; non-recurring engineering, changes to correct deficiencies resulting from concurrency between systems development and demonstration and production; and unique requirements for non-U.S. participants and FMS customers.

 United Technologies Corp. received $167,502,348 for long lead components, parts, and materials associated with LRIP Lot XI of F135 propulsion systems: USAF (48 for $56,053,376; 33%); USN/USMC (18 for $45,257,275; 27%); international partners ($38,307,357; 23%); FMS ($27,884,340; 17%). Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

United Technologies Corp. received $309,820,767 for F-35 propulsion system services (includes hardware, training course materials, equipment) for USAF ($114,279,197; 37%); USMC ($109,133,325; 35%); U.S. Navy ($23,717,338; 8%); international partners ($45,137,086; 14%); FMS ($17,553,819; 6%). Not competitively procured per 10 U.S. Code 2304( c)(1).


Lockheed Martin received $7,973,481 for Reliability & Maintainability Maturation Program (RAMMP) Project AF190R in support of the F-22.

United Technologies Corp. received $93,181,130 for F119 engine sustainment at East Hartford, CT; Edwards AFB; Elmendorf AFB; Hickam AFB; Hill AFB; Langley AFB; Nellis AFB; Sheppard AFB; Tinker AFB; Tyndall AFB.


Bell-Boeing JPO received $8,536,727 to incorporate Engine Thermo Couple, Traffic Control Avoidance System and drive tube engineering change proposals into V-22 production for USAF ($21,368; 0.3%); Navy ($6,127,274; 71.8%); Japan ($2,388,085; 27.9%).

Bell-Boeing JPO received $30,523,938 to support MV-22 test planning & execution, flight clearances, and technical reviews.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $267,250,000 for additional V-2 joint performance-based logistics support for U.S Navy ($174,679,463); USSOCOM ($83,531,000); and USAF ($9,039,537).

Rolls-Royce received $41,130,145 to provide MissionCare maintenance support on V-22 AE1107C engines for USMC and USAF.

EAGLE (F-15)

Boeing received $478,786,126 for F-15 Eagle Passive/Active Warning & Survivability System (EPAWSS PDF) engineering manufacturing and development. Sole-source.

Boeing received $558,462,269 for F-15 Combined APG-63 Version 3 Radar Improvement Program and APG-82 Version 1 Radar Modernization Program (RMP) upgrades.


Boeing received $12,883,162 for F/A-18 and EA-18G maintenance, parts manufacturing, instrumentation & engineering support. Includes ground and flight test programs conducted at Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

Raytheon received $9,003,960 for three AN/APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radars in support of F/A-18 E/F and EA-18 aircraft.


Rockwell Collins Inc. received $48,120,398 for two very low transmit terminal kits and two Block I kits for E-6B aircraft (incl. field engineering, training, travel).


Lockheed Martin received $10,407,545 for C/KC-130J logistics and engineering services for USMC (80.3%); USCG (12.9%); Kuwait (6.8%).


Chromalloy Component Services received $13,920,000 to remanufacture F108 Low Pressure Turbine Assembly presumably for KC-135. Sole-source.


Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $14,709,000 for VH-3D/VH-60 Executive Helicopter Special Progressive Aircraft Rework sustainment support services.


Eaton Aerospace LLC received $11,191,231 for hydraulic motors. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Gentex Corp. received $8,910,060 for USAF life-support items including oxygen masks. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1.

IAP Worldwide Services Inc. received $61,389,606 for logistics supporting Take Charge & Move Out and Airborne Command Post aircraft and equipment at Tinker (70%); Offutt (10%); Travis (10%); NAS Patuxent River (10%).


Riverside Research Institute and Leidos Inc. received a shared $48,000,000 for R&D on mission systems open architecture science & technology (incl. advanced components & prototypes) at Wright-Patterson AFB for AFRL.


Canadian Commercial Corp. received $7,081,709 for HH-60G integration and production of control display units (CDU) replacement. Sole-source.

EFW Inc. received $24,200,000 for wiring harnesses, helmet displays, tube & cable assemblies, and other Integrated Helmet & Display Sighting System components used in AH-64 Apache. Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $43,113,592 for helicopter main rotor blades. Sole-source.

Northrop Grumman received $9,874,900 for 50 tech refresh mission computers and 50 trays in support of Lot 14 H-1 aircraft.


DynCorp International received $38,147,231 to help Naval Test Wing Atlantic with maintenance & logistics on all aircraft and support equipment.


Compass Systems Inc. received $9,689,027 for R&D and testing of new radar (APY-10 and APG-79) algorithms to improve target identification and classification for NAWCAD.

Raytheon received $76,056,334 for Lot 10 Miniature Air Launched Decoy Jammer (MALD-J) vehicles and support equipment.

Raytheon received $9,610,155 for AN/APG-65/65(V)/73/79 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar engineering technical services and field services on F/A-18, EA-18G, and AV-8B aircraft. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


Communications & Power Industries, Econco Division received $8,002,961 to repair & procure switch tubes in support of ship construction, Aegis Ashore, and modernization programs for U.S. Navy (80.8%); Japan, South Korea, Australia (19.2%).

Lockheed Martin received $77,231,745 for Aegis Combat System Engineering Agent efforts (design, development, integration, test, delivery) of computer program baselines and technology insertion hardware design support for the next/future advanced capability build.

Raytheon received $20,382,750 for Aegis modernization production requirements for USN (90%); Japan (10%). Not competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


Raytheon received $27,922,297 for engineering development on technology under the rapid technology insertion process for use on littoral combat ships.

Sauer Inc. received $25,090,000 for construction of the LCS Operational Training Facility at Naval Station Mayport.


General Dynamics received $7,178,141 for Technology Insertion 16 (TI-16) Multipurpose Processors and Total Ship Monitoring Systems (TSMS). The former provides array signal conditioning and processing required for Acoustic Rapid Commercial-Off-The-Shelf Insertion display. TSMS is a sensor telemetry system based on Asynchronous Transfer Mode COTS technology, and a processing system utilizing Transportable Middleware COTS hardware & software.

General Dynamics received $8,500,000 for material and service supporting Sea Dragon Demonstration Program.

General Dynamics received $24,718,046 for reactor plant planning yard services for nuclear-powered subs, and support yard services for U.S. Navy’s moored training ships. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $26,193,779 for sustainment of U.S. and UK SSBN fire control system; U.S. SSGN attack weapon control system; and missile fire control for U.S. Ohio Replacement & UK Successor common missile compartment program development.

General Dynamics received $46,990,424 for non-nuclear submarine repair work on Groton-based subs under New England Manpower Initiative (NEMMI). Per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1), not competitively procured.

Kings Bay Support Services received $40,579,631 for base operations support services at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.

Lockheed Martin received $10,440,912 for low-cost conformal arrays, spare modules, spare outboard electronics canisters and engineering services.

Lockheed Martin received $21,278,566 for Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion (A-RCI) Technical Insertion - 16 (TI-16) systems and pre-cable kits and production support. A-RCI aims to improve acoustic sensing (towed array, hull array & sphere array sonars) by upgrading sub sensor processing. Lockheed Martin received $125,185,446 for Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion (A-RCI) systems engineering and technical support.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $11,344,619 to produce Technology Insertion 16 (TI-16) active intercept and ranging and archival media center upgrade kits and engineering services.


Advanced Marine Preservation; South Bay Sand Blasting & Tank Cleaning; Surface Technologies Corp. received a shared $15,000,000 for industrial services and interior preservation onboard U.S. Navy vessels within 50 miles of San Diego, CA, USA.

BAE Systems received $192,682,485 to help accomplish post-delivery industrial availabilities (incl. post-delivery / post-shakedown availabilities, mission systems activation) on USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) and USS Michael Monsoor (DDG-1001).

BAE Systems received $36,715,872 for USS New Orleans (LPD 18) FY2017 dry-docking selected restricted availability.

BAE Systems received $19,336,152 for USS Harpers Ferry (LSD-49) FY2017 phased maintenance availability.

BAE Systems received $10,660,480 for 45-calendar day shipyard availability for USNS Carl Brashear (T-AKE 7) regular overhaul & dry-docking.

Huntington Ingalls received $43,569,211 for long lead-time material, engineering and pre-production activities required to support DDG-125 construction.


Applied Technology Inc. received $38,000,000 for scientific and engineering support for advanced electronic warfare techniques. Work at NRL in Washington, DC (90%); contractor facility in King George, VA (10%).

Envisioneering Inc. received $49,900,000 for scientific and engineering support for off-board electronic warfare. Work at NRL in Washington, DC (90%); contractor’s facility in Alexandria, VA (10%).


Bechtel Plant Machinery received $532,420,884 for naval nuclear propulsion components. Bechtel Plant Machinery then received $575,059,980 for naval nuclear propulsion components. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Booz Allen Hamilton received $46,308,418; Engility Corp. received $48,661,024; King Technologies Inc. received $52,503,043; SAIC received $49,777,606 to provide shore networks support (incl. in-service engineering, design, accreditation, integration, production, sustainment, and life cycle support for non-integrated shore systems, network components & service solutions) for U.S. Navy and joint DOD shore units worldwide.

DCS Corp. received $59,490,647 for weapons & systems integration support services for Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) aircraft (F/A-18, EA-18G, F-35, AV-8B, AHN-1/UH-1, UAS) integrated product teams.

J.F. Taylor Inc. received $75,394,006 for engineering, software and product development, project management, and technical services in support of NAWCAD Battlespace Modeling & Simulation Division and Integrated Combat Environment Division at NAS Patuxent River.

FujiFilm SonoSite received $799,588,795 for ultrasound systems, accessories and training.

Global Technical Systems (GTS) received $8,211,584 for 16 Technical Insertion 12 Hybrid (TI-12H) Common Processing System (CPS) water-cooled advanced production units.

Konecranes Nuclear Equipment & Services received $13,773,895 to install a new 25-ton portal crane at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility.

Laguna Components; LC Engineers; Pacific IC Source received a shared $9,750,000 for electronic components (circuits, resistors, capacitors, wire, diodes, encoders, transistors, chips, receivers, semi-conductors, antennas, fuses, relays, cables, oscilloscopes, etc.) in support of U.S. Navy.

Metron Inc. received $7,167,816 to develop a Maritime Counter-ISR Planning System designed to defeat ISR networks through planning coordinated friendly force movement emissions control, and denial/deception operations.

MTG Services Inc. received $14,624,875 to provide Naval Air Systems Command (Lakehurst) with program management support (aircraft launch & recovery equipment personnel, acquisition resource manager, and expeditionary airfields).

Raytheon received $8,797,500 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) design agent and engineering services efforts for U.S. Navy (4.4%); Japan (45.5%); Australia (50.1%).

Raytheon received $25,436,791 for DDG 1002 mission system equipment MK 57 vertical launch system.

Resource Management Concepts Inc. received $32,343,097 to provide services in support of NAWCAD R&D, test and evaluation efforts that provide enterprise solutions and services in meeting IT requirements and compliance with information assurance and security mandates.


Raytheon received $48,000,000 for advanced high frequency secure, mobile, anti-jam, reliable, tactical-terminal (SMART-T) maintenance, repair, support.

Scalable Network Technologies Inc. received $13,084,831 for Joint Network Emulator (JNE) technical support, maintenance, and enhancement. JNE is a scalable modeling capability that supports the real-time emulation of large communication networks that comprise current and future force communication devices. Not-competitively procured, 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5).


BAE Systems received $9,110,606 for Rapid Analysis of Various Emerging NanoElectrons (RAVEN) efforts. BAE will develop an analysis tool capable of imaging minimum size circuit features on a silicon integrated circuit chip.

Varioscale Inc. received $23,839,486 for Rapid Analysis of Various Emerging Nanoelectrons (RAVEN). Corporation will develop a prototype analysis tool for acquiring the images and reconstructing all layers (up to 13 metal layers) from a 10 nm integrated circuit chip within an analysis area of 1 cm squared.


CSC Government Solutions received $21,264,756 for IT services supporting Naval Education & Training Command and all organizations within Manpower, Personnel, Training & Education (MPT&E) enterprise. Non-competitive.

NetCentrics Corp. received $8,832,051 to manage USACE Information Technology Hardware Catalog integration services and to purchase IT equipment.

The Office Group Inc. d.b.a. Stephens Office Supply received $40,000,000 for commercially available off-the-shelf items for DOD Electronic Mall.


ManTech received $27,322,108 for systems engineering and integration services on Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Acquisitions Division, Service Procurement Division, and Systems Division including Falcon 9 upgrade certification at Los Angeles AFB; Cape Canaveral AFS; Vandenberg AFB.


Boeing received $23,477,634 to sustain and develop USAF operations and maintenance of Space Based Space Surveillance System Block 10 and Red Local Area Network in El Segundo, CA; and Colorado Springs. Sole-source.

ENSCO Inc. received $145,000,000 for systems engineering and integration activities for Space & Missile Systems Center Range & Network Division at Los Angeles, CA; Colorado Springs, CO.

Harris Corp. received $53,083,987 to upgrade the ground-based Counter Communication System (Block 10.1 to 10.2); deliver new Block 10.2 systems including depot spares; and perform engineering studies. Sole-source.

Iridium Satellite LLC received $8,708,119 to support commercial satellite-based network services for DOD in: satellite, ground node, user equipment/terminal software & hardware development, integration, and testing. Includes enhancing existing Distributed Tactical Communications System Phase 3 and Advanced Concepts Development Support Services. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

ManTech received $11,219,657 for security support for Space & Missile Systems Center and related Air Force Space Command operational units at Los Angeles AFB; Colorado Springs, CO; Vandenberg AFB.

Raytheon received $7,355,017 for work on Focused Opportunity Reaching Toward Reliable Electro-Optic Strategic Sensors (FORTRESS) program, which focuses on R&D on low noise infrared sensor chip assemblies. Sole-source.

Tecolote Research Inc. received $8,022,774 for advisory and assistant services to support the Space & Missile Systems Center's Remote Sensing Systems Directorate at Los Angeles AFB Buckley AFB, and Boulder, CO.


Allied Associates International Inc. received $23,384,353 for advisory and assistance services for International Affairs and FMS in support of technical, engineering, advisory and management support. This supports MDA’s International Affairs Directorate and the Functional Matrixed Support Program Offices of Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Program, the Sensors BMD Program, and THAAD by providing engineering and technical support; studies, analyses, and evaluations; and management and professional services.

Boeing received $13,311,879 to replace electrical electronic equipment test sets and radio frequency test sets for USAF Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB.

Network Management Resources Inc. received $15,407,030 to provide MDA with global classified and unclassified video conferencing services, collaboration services, customer facing business application services, and end user training in Fort Belvoir; Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Dahlgren, VA.


Lockheed Martin received $10,379,811 to provide PATRIOT advance capability missile segment enhancement services to support the integrated air and missile defense program with flight test and integration support.

Northrop Grumman received $13,476,235 to support the Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS PDF) development contract engineering and manufacturing development phase activities, and provide continuity during the transition of the Integrated Battle Command System to milestone C.

Orbital ATK Inc. received $14,303,613 for design analyses on the Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) front end.

Raytheon received $17,834,539 for FY2017 U.S. Navy Standard Missile maintenance, all-up-round re-certifications, and special maintenance tasks.

Raytheon received $17,580,811 for HARM targeting system contractor logistics support (depot repairs and sustainment).

Raytheon received $11,860,130 for SM-2 and SM-6 engineering & technical services.


Honeywell received $12,225,032 to provide logistics to Army Prepositioned Stock Four – South Korea.


Fulcrum IT Services LLC received $168,155,289 to provide Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO) with strategic planning, research, analysis, and training services in support of JIDO’s Global Situational Awareness (Global SA) and Communities of Action (CoA) missions. Fulcrum will provide JIDO, the intelligence community, military service partner organizations, and other agencies with professional services that sense, research, and analyze the global operational environment to enhance DOD ability to combat improvised threats through advanced situational awareness services and training. The corporation will also provide JIDO with support to influence strategy, plans and policy associated with countering improvised threats by leveraging DOD, U.S. gov agencies, allies, academia, and the private sector.

Leidos Inc. received $71,089,272 for continued operations, sustainment and integration for the Saturn Arch quick reaction capability.


Lockheed Martin received $27,779,695 for quick reaction capability to add counter-unmanned aerial system to the AN/TPQ-53 radar system.


AM General received $32,390,309 for HMMWV truck transmissions. Sole-source.

AM General received $13,332,591 to recapitalize 70 HMMWV and fund required start-up costs for performance at Red River Army Depot.

AM General received $7,639,841 for vehicular windows.

BAE Systems received $7,930,482 for engineering design, logistics, test, and evaluation support of the Bradley engineering change proposal effort.

BAE Systems received $8,105,737 for 39,773 labor hours allocated across three work directives in support of Paladin integrated management.

Fidelity Technologies Corp. received $24,937,830 for armor B-kits for 370 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks (HEMTT) and 188 Palletized Load Systems (PLS).

Standard Bent Glass Corp. received $7,639,841 for vehicular windows for U.S. Army.


Kokatat Inc. received $15,073,685 for Army all-purpose personal protective ensemble suits. Sole-source.

Physical Optics Corp. (POC) received $24,500,000 to develop and procure Micro Weather Sensors (MWS) and Advanced Micro Weather Sensors.


Tennier Industries Inc. received $12,339,379 for camouflage parkas.


Sonalysts Inc. and Carley Corp. received a shared $119,384,060 for curriculum maintenance & development in support of Naval Education Training Command.


Apogee-SSU JV LLC received $37,360,049 for Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) technical support groups (TSG). TSG are worldwide, military-led, rapidly deployable teams that provide combatant commands and OGA with low-visibility WMD search capability to counter CBRN threats.

  1. Wheatley Enterprises Inc. received $9,163,906 to provide lifecycle support at the program executive office (PEO) for assembled weapons alternative escape breathing apparatus for use at chemical demilitarization sites.


BP (Chicago, IL) received $559,031,940 for fuel. Some work in Singapore and UAE.

Constellation NewEnergy Inc. received $9,558,603 to supply and deliver retail electricity for Department of Energy, Department of Labor, Air National Guard, and Customs Border Protection.

Agera Energy LLC ($45,941,405); Constellation NewEnergy Inc. ($20,270,723); Source Power & Gas LLC ($128,303,724); Talen Energy Marketing LLC ($8,955,323); WGL Energy Service Inc. ($48,986,727) received funding for supply and delivery of retail electricity and ancillary/incidental services. DIA and NSA are two customers in this contract.

US Oil Refining Co. received $25,929,698 for aviation fuel.


Alliant Enterprises LLC received $41,125,000 for various scopes and related accessories.

Vistronix LLC received $14,144,597 for wideband controls systems engineering technical assistance support services to be provided under the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition & Assessment Center (NITAAC) at Fort Belvoir.


BEM Systems Inc.; Brice Environmental Services Corp.; Cape Environmental Management Inc.; CES-Insight LLC; EA Engineering, Science, & Technology Inc.; PBC; Environmental Chemical Corp.; Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises; Versar ERRG LLC received a shared $48,000,000 for environmental services and construction activities at Pacific Air Forces installations (Hawaii, Wake Island, Alaska, Japan, and South Korea).


Merrick & Co. received $12,500,000 for photogrammetric surveying and mapping.


Brother’s Produce Inc. received $49,500,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables for Department of Agriculture (USDA) customers in Texas. Robertson Produce Inc. received $35,000,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables.

Mayfield Dairy received $17,756,486 for fresh milk and dairy products.

Sodexo Management Inc. received $113,996,457 for food service at all East Coast USMC facilities. Sodexo Management Inc. received $107,339,158 for food service at all West Coast USMC bases and stations.

Sterling Foods received $202,312,900 for MRE bakery items.

USFI Inc. received $51,969,147 for food line distribution in California and South Korea. US Foods Oklahoma received $31,783,727 for food distribution in Texas and Oklahoma. Sole-source.

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.

EMCOR Government Services received $19,682,897 for base services facilities operations and maintenance at Fort Huachuca.

IAP World Services Inc. received $30,380,482 for base operations support services at Naval Support Activity Annapolis.

Melwood Horticultural Training Center Inc. received $7,483,369 for custodial services located at the U.S. Naval Academy Complex.

PRIDE Industries received $12,886,532 for facility maintenance and engineering & environmental services at Los Angeles AFB, El Segundo, CA; Fort MacArthur, San Pedro, CA; and DCMA, Carson, CA. Sole-source.

PRIDE Industries received $67,030,903 for maintenance and repair of building and structures at Fort Bliss, TX.

TechFlow Inc. received $13,329,288 for program support of ACC primary training ranges operations (range threat, scoring, feedback systems) and maintenance (target, road, grounds, facility) services.

Vectrus received $20,439,594 for continued base operations support at Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex, AL. Vectrus received $20,439,594 for continued base operations support at Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex, Alabama.

VSE Corp. received $21,939,904 for logistics readiness support services at various locations in the southwest USA for 63rd Regional Support Command.


For Air Force Installation Contracting Agency transient alert services, the following corporations received shared $145,000,000: Vision IT; International Logistics Group; KSS-Trailboss JV1; Criterion Corp.; C2G Ltd.; TRIAD Logistics Services Corp.; GCH Services LLC; Shiloh Services Inc.; and T Square Logistic Services Corp. They will provide management, arrival services, processing services, departure services, emergency services, special event services, distinguished visitor services.

Logistics Management Institute received $58,465,064 for management and technical support re: implementation of enterprise resource planning services for the global combat support system – Army, logistics modernization program, general funds enterprise business system, Army enterprise systems integration program, and component programs and stakeholder organizations.

LVI received $7,407,388 for warehousing, storage, logistics and distribution functions.

S&K Aerospace LLC received $4,200,000,000 for Parts & Repair Ordering System (PROS) V: logistics, supply and maintenance support and analytical & technical services for 107 foreign partners.


Booz Allen Hamilton; Decisive Analytics Corp. Engility Corp. received a shared $240,000,000 to provide professional engineering services in execution of the statutory & regulatory policy, guidance, specialty engineering, and human capital functions. Work in Arlington, VA.


Landscape Management Systems Inc. (Tumon, Guam) received $9,632,953 for base operations support services at Naval Base Guam and Naval Support Activity Andersen, Commander Joint Region Marianas.


Cianbro Corp. received $28,860,243 to build structural repairs to Berth 11 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, ME.

Clark Nexsen-CH2M Hill Norfolk received $15,000,000 for design projects located throughout NAVFAC worldwide.


Anseimi & DeCicco Inc. received $23,146,120 for construction of hurricane and storm damage reduction project.

Atkinson Trend A JV received $45,000,000 for lakes and dams general construction for the Savannah district, USACE.

Weeks Marine Inc. received $63,325,255 for beach nourishment and initial construction, Brigantine Inlet to Great Egg Harbor Inlet, Absecon Island, NJ.


Nova Group received $19,171,300 to modernize airfield lighting and navigational aids system at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.


ACC Construction Inc. received $32,661,077 to build battalion operations facility at Fort Bragg.

AHTNA-CDM Smith; Akima Construction Services; Bhate Environmental Associates Inc.; Bristol General Contractors; Custom Mechanical Systems Corp.; Environet Inc.; Herman–JCG Co.; HHI Corp.; Insight Environmental, Engineering & Construction; MOWA-Barlovento; Portico Services received a shared $300,000,000 to help design and construct new facilities and infrastructure, repair and renovate or restore existing facilities and infrastructure.

American Engineers Inc.; Allegheny Surveys Inc.; Terradon Corp. received a shared $9,000,000 for geospatial services within the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division geographical boundaries.

Bismark Construction Corp. received $17,108,605 for maintenance and repair at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.

Blue Rock Structures Inc. received $13,683,510 for repairs and improvements to Hangar 250 at MCAS Cherry Point.

G-W Management Services received $7,369,000 to build four hangar doors at Hangar 111 at NAS Patuxent River. G-W Management Services received $8,687,545 for building modifications for Joint Simulation Environment program at NAS Patuxent River.

I.E. Pacific Inc. received $12,661,000 to repair and alter existing Hangars 101 and 103 at MCAS Yuma.

  1. R. Filanc Construction Co. received $31,751,777 to build a raw water pipeline in support of Public Law 111-11 at Camp Pendleton.

RIM Architects-HDR JV received $18,000,000 to design new structures, renovate existing structures and conduct studies to include life safety code compliance.


Crosby Dredging LLC received $13,126,775 for wetland restoration in existing shallow open water via borrow dredging from a designated borrow pit within Lake Pontchartrain.

Mason Construction Co. received $8,000,000 for rental of a hopper dredge (with operators) for maintenance dredging of Mobile Harbor.

Nova Group received $35,746,878 to screen dredge spoils for discarded munitions and radiological debris for maintenance dredging of various areas in/around Naval Base San Diego to re-establish the minimum required operational and/or berthing depths of -30 and -37 feet mean low water.

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Christian Sorensen, a Newsbud 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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