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

DOD Spent $18,152,000,000+ on 283 Individual Contracts in December 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 $18,152,000,000 on 283 individual contracts during December 2016.  This amount does not include 37 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $3,861,304,000.

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

Orbital ATK received $9,416,227 to manufacture and test assemblies of AN/AAR-47 (V) Missile Warning Set for U.S. Navy ($556,283; 5.91%); Pakistan ($3,432,350; 36.45%), Japan ($2,634,698; 27.98%), Saudi Arabia ($2,474,279; 26.28%), Australia ($292,251; 3.10%) India ($26,366; 0.28%).

Boeing received $143,402,802 for consumable items supporting various aircraft.

Includes unnamed FMS. Sole-source.

General Atomics received $17,143,626 to develop an MQ-9 Block 5 configuration for future FMS customers (incl. France & Spain).

General Electric received $11,411,079 for three F/A-18 F414-GE-400 engines and containers for Australia.

Leidos Inc. received $350,000,000 for Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) engineering integration. FMS: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, South Korea, Morocco, NATO, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, the UK.

Lockheed Martin received $133,434,778 to provide two C-130J-30 aircraft to France.

Lockheed Martin received $36,598,273 for configuration changes to four aircraft (two C-130J-30, two KC-130J) for France.

Lockheed Martin received $450,042,458 for work to implement development and delivery of F-35A Air System to South Korea.

Madison Research Corp.-Kratos received $23,363,702 for FMS (Taiwan): 4 Chaparral class five components (incl. 450 thermal batteries, 466 rocket motors, 150 safety & arming devices, 248 warheads) for Chaparral missile system.

Northrop Grumman received $9,783,290 to provide Canada with Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures for its CH-147 helicopters at Canadian Forces Base Petawawa, Ontario. Sole-source.

Orbital ATK received $22,189,071 for contractor logistic support on Iraq’s Air Force’s Cessna 208 fleet at various locations in Iraq.

Orbital ATK received $16,946,700 to install five MX-15 HD systems and upgrade all Cessna 208 aircraft to HD video for Iraq.

Raytheon received $8,604,775 for additional application-specific-integrated-circuit (ASIC) work on AMRAAM Form, Fit, Function, Refresh Phase 4a. Involves FMS: Norway, Turkey, Japan, Romania, Australia.

United Technologies Corp. received $13,393,812 for long lead components, parts, and materials associated with 10 F135-PW-100 engines for international partners and unnamed FMS.


NOTE: As these contracts confirm, USA is not halting weapon sales to Saudi Arabia any time soon.

Armtec Countermeasures and CAPCO LLC received a shared $47,000,000 to replenish BBU-48 A/B impulse cartridges (used as chaff / airborne countermeasures). Involves FMS to Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, and NATO.

Boeing received $10,887,958 to provide Kuwait’s Apache helicopters with post-production service support and performance base logistics

Boeing received $59,949,900 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): Database Generation System, Full Mission Trainer (FMT)/Integrated Avionics Trainer (IAT) database, conversion of Boeing Aircrew Trainer - Continuous resolution visual system (BAT-C) into FMT, conversion of BAT to IAT, production of FMT. Sole-source.

Boeing received $207,534,768 for 51 full rate production Lot 90 Harpoon weapon systems, components, and spares for Egypt (20); South Korea (19); and Brazil (12). In addition, this provides components and spares for U.S. Navy; Japan, Australia, Thailand, India, UAE, Oman, Kuwait, and Taiwan.

DRS Advanced ISR received $41,344,242 to provide Jordan with the Military Electronic Warfare System, Electronic Warfare Phase 2. One bid solicited, one received.

General Dynamics received $82,431,000 to convert M1A2 tanks to M1A2S configuration for Saudi Arabia.

Goodrich (UTAS division) received $11,500,000 for FMS (Egypt): Peace Vector DB-110 Reconnaissance program: initial parts for two DB-110 reconnaissance pods and initial study for one existing DB-110 pod. Sole source.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. received $7,523,118 for FMS (India, Egypt, Finland, South Korea, Qatar) for programmatic services for the cruise missile defense system project office.

Kay & Associates Inc. received $63,016,210 to provide Kuwait with contractor maintenance and support services on F/A-18 C/D aircraft. Not competitive.

Lockheed Martin received $29,589,754 for FMS (Qatar): phased array tracking radar intercept on target, advanced capability three, and missile segment enhancement task order for flight testing.

Lockheed Martin received $1,452,561,000 for FMS (South Korea, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, UAE): FY2017 PATRIOT advanced capability production.

Raytheon received $7,891,848 to provide Kuwait with PATRIOT technical assistance including planning, training, maintenance, and sustainment.

Raytheon received $27,456,865 for FMS (Israel, South Korea, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Taiwan, Netherlands): depot level diagnosis and repair capability on PATRIOT secondary items.

Raytheon received $53,202,570 for FMS (Saudi Arabia, Jordan): tube-launched optically-tracked wireless-guided (TOW) missiles.

Raytheon received $64,607,900 for design agent engineering and technical support services on: Phalanx Close-In Weapon System (CIWS), SeaRAM, and Land-based Phalanx. Involves FMS: Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Canada, UK, South Korea, Portugal, Greece. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $163,272,761 for FMS (Qatar): PATRIOT integrated air & missile defense; English language training; and training to Qatar Air Force.

Raytheon received $207,949,988 for FMS (Qatar, India, Italy): Stinger FIM-92H Block 1 missiles, Stinger FIM-92F Block 1 missiles, captive flight trainers, other training devices, and equipment & spares.

SAIC received $11,838,878 for MH-60 helicopter (-60R and -60S models) weapon systems support and sustainment for U.S. Navy (92%); Denmark (2%); Australia (2%); Saudi Arabia (2%). Not competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

WARA Construction Co. LLC received $46,341,754 to build two air defense sites and an information coordination center for Kuwait. Includes three years of associated operations and maintenance.


General Atomics received $9,249,631 for MQ-9 Reaper Electrical Safety Improvement Program (ESIP) follow-on effort (46 retrofit kits).

General Atomics received $80,000,000 to continue Grey Eagle (block zero) contractor logistics services in Poway, CA (52%); Afghanistan (48%).

General Atomics received $349,141,302 for MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper support & services (inventory control point; logistics; maintenance; contractor field service representative; flight ops support; depot repair).

Harris Corp. received $12,762,343 to provide installation & upgrades on Distributed Mission Site Digital Receiver Technology to Distributed Ground System Phase II sites worldwide.

Hydroid Inc. received $10,580,709 to provide engineering support, maintenance, repairs, training, documentation, and system upgrades for the Littoral Battlespace Sensing Autonomous Undersea Vehicle Program.  Sole-source.

Hydroid, Inc. received $11,095,549 for MK 18 family of systems - unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) systems.

Metron Inc. received $29,820,458 to work on unmanned undersea vehicles’ Advanced Autonomy.

Northrop Grumman received $9,580,754 for work on MQ-4C Triton vehicle management software correction of deficiencies and incorporation of multi-integration configuration updates.

Northrop Grumman received $17,077,218 for MQ-8 Fire Scout system software and engineering services. Includes software design, system integration, testing, and cyber security. Not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.


Phoenix Air Group Inc. received an $8,521,705 for air charter services for Headquarters U.S. Africa Command passengers from Stuttgart Army Airfield, Germany, to various points throughout Africa and Europe.


DynCorp received $20,764,991 for maintenance & repair of government furnished facilities & property (serviceability check, deployment out-load, receipt, set-up, inventory, sustain, redeployment / onward movement of assets & systems, tear-down & subsequent reconstitution, refurbish, storage of war reserve materials assets & systems) in Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, UAE, Shaw AFB.

DynCorp International received $125,533,924 for aviation field maintenance services supporting Army Aviation & Missile Command’s Aviation Field Maintenance Division continental U.S. operations. Work in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Germany, and Tunisia.


DynCorp International received $93,837,294 for support services (humanitarian assistance, civic assistance, construction, contingency efforts, support exercises & other projects) to DOD in remote areas in the Philippines, Cambodia, Timor-Leste and other countries in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania.


Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $35,708,378 to work on Phase III of DARPA’s prototype Aircrew Labor In-cockpit Automation System (ALIAS) program. ALIAS aims to create an installable/removable kit that automates co-piloting functions to enable reduced crew operations.


Azure Summit Technology received $48,454,343 to support Common Chassis Signals Intelligence by providing its ISR capabilities to a broad spectrum of forward deployed Navy platforms. This tool will identify and localize intelligence derived from electronic signals and [communications radar, weapons] systems. Not competitive per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5).

Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI-WGI; Janus Research Group; Raytheon (RBT) received a shared $47,000,000 for personnel & equipment for theater combatant commands, special operations, and other headquarters or C2 elements.

CSR Group received $14,162,221; Executive Protection Systems LLC (d.b.a. RavenTek Solutions) received $19,211,795; Onyx Consulting Services LLC received $14,624,996; Ultimate Knowledge Corp. received $13,312,423 for cyber and IT training (incl. basic through intermediate level courses, opportunity level courses, opportunity areas from Pipeline 2.2, other software applications) in support of USMC Forces Cyber Command. Work in Washington, DC (25%); Fort Bragg (25%); Tampa, FL (25%); Scott AFB (25%).

ICF Inc. received $11,480,499 to support Army Research Laboratory, computer network defense service provider; agent of the certification authority; information assurance management office; and cyber network science research.

Lockheed Martin received $7,832,701 for cyber training and test event operations at the national cyber range, which Lockheed Martin operates / sustains.

Raytheon received $458,999,839 for VINSON/Advanced Narrowband Digital Voice Terminal (ANDVT) Cryptographic Modernization (VACM) program full-rate production. VACM End Cryptographic Unit (ECU) will maintain function and capability of existing VINSON and ANDVT ECUs “to the extent allowed by NSA.” This involves unspecified FMS. Sole-source.


Lockheed Martin received $137,986,916 for VH-3D/VH-60 Executive Helicopter Special Progressive Aircraft Rework sustainment support services (incl. security, engineering, integrated logistics support, VIP Helicopter training).


L-3 Communications received $13,674,743 for aircraft maintenance and logistics life cycle support for 49 C-12 aircraft. Overseas locations include: Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (6%); Manama, Bahrain (6%); Atsugi, Japan (6%); Iwakuni, Japan (4%); Kadena, Japan (3%); Futenma, Japan (2%); Misawa, Japan (2%).

Textron (Beechcraft) received $13,678,198 for one King Air 350C Cargo Slick aircraft modified to C-12W for U.S. Navy. Not competitive, 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


Lockheed Martin received $181,168,994 for recurring logistics services (ground maintenance; depot activation; ALIS; operations & maintenance; reliability, maintainability, health & supply chain management; provide & support pilot and maintainer initial training) on F-35 for USAF ($79,604,949; 44%); USMC ($47,572,973; 26%); Navy ($25,710,013; 14%); non-DOD ($22,663,209; 13%); FMS ($5,617,850; 3%).

Lockheed Martin received $90,318,983 for F-35 Generation 3, Lightweight Helmet Mounted Display systems, oxygen masks, and spares for USAF (110 for $40,197,392; 45%); Navy/Marine Corps (65 for $22,998,307; 25%); non-DoD (49 for $17,851,113; 20%); FMS (25 for $9,272,171; 10%). DOD later classified this contract as pending, due to an associated, unresolved FMS issue.

Lockheed Martin received $20,641,849 for F-35 critical safety items program plan.

Lockheed Martin received $19,320,000 to procure, deliver, and install a deployable mission rehearsal trainer in support of F-35 aircraft.

Watterson Construction Co. received $19,754,000 to construct an F-35 flight simulator at Eielson AFB.


Lockheed Martin received $61,034,987 for F-22 air vehicle sustainment: depot throughput, analytical condition inspections, inlet coating repair, radar cross section Marietta turntable support, and touch labor & installs.

Lockheed Martin received $30,602,218 to support F-22 Reliability & Maintainability Maturation Program.

Lockheed Martin received $22,323,016 for follow-on agile sustainment for F-22 annual requirements at Ogden Depot and LM’s facility in Marietta, GA.

Lockheed Martin received $20,444,111 for F-22 follow-on agile sustainment (with Ogden touch labor and installs).

Lockheed Martin received $14,903,066 for F-22 sustainment trainer requirements at AFBs (Langley, Elmendorf, Tyndall, Hickam, Sheppard) & St. Louis, MO.

Lockheed Martin received $10,789,344 for F-22 sustainment at Hill AFB.

United Technologies Corp. received $68,678,727 for F119 engine sustainment. United Technologies Corp. received $313,879,396 for F119-PW-100 engine sustainment and parts.


Bell Boeing JPO received $246,202,708 and received $165,704,499 to repair various V-22 parts. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Bell Boeing JPO received $15,674,000 for long-lead components for six Lot 22 C/MV-22 for U.S. Navy. Not competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Rolls-Royce received $407,772,386 to provide MissionCare maintenance support for V-22 AE1107C engines.


Pelatron Technologies received $22,000,000 for F-16 systems program office support (software engineering, systems engineering & interface design, ground & flight test, information assurance, cybersecurity, aircraft integration, sustainment engineering, intelligence analyst engineering) at Hill AFB. Sole-source.


BAE Systems received $19,667,739 for 253 full-rate production Lot VII integrated defensive electronic countermeasures AN/ALE-55 fiber optic towed decoys for F/A-18E/F including logistics and engineering technical support.

Boeing received $82,084,777 for 12 low-rate initial production Infrared Search & Track (IRST) systems for F/A-18E/F. Non-competitive, 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Boeing received $20,647,417 to repair various F/A-18 avionics equipment. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.

Boeing received $9,200,000 for F/A-18 aircraft spare parts. Sole-source.

Harris Corp. received $20,283,451 for the V2/V3 Integrated Defense Electronic Countermeasures System used on F/A-18 E/F aircraft. Sole source.

Raytheon received $12,373,452 to provide F/A-18/EA-18G sensor system software and hardware. Systems include legacy AN/APG-65, AN/APG-73, AN/APG-79 and advanced systems.

Raytheon received $23,521,256 to repair 535 units across 23 assemblies used in support of F-18 Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar System. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $51,084,965 for 42 different part numbers for various repairs in support of F-18 aircraft. Non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $101,967,288 to repair 10 weapon replaceable assemblies for AN/ALR-67(V)3 on F/A-18 A-F aircraft, including managing technical & configuration changes and obsolescence. Non-competitive.


General Electric received $74,000,000 for repair, replacement and program support of 17 F414 engine components on F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft. Non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

Harris Corp. received $10,797,930 for 50 Distributed Targeting System B-kits for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft and 20 operational bulk data cartridges.


Boeing received $308,343,387 for engineering change proposal (ECP) 6472 re: integration of Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) Pod onto EA-18G aircraft.


Sonoran Technology & Professional Services received $7,200,000 for the E-3 Mission Crew Training program.


Chromalloy Component Services received $14,498,182 to overhaul F108 Module 14 Low Pressure Turbine Shaft Assembly.

Northrop Grumman received $26,665,673 for operational test program sets & associated auxiliary support equipment to help stand up P-8A AN/ALQ-240(v)1 Electronic Support Measures System intermediate level repair sites. Not competitive.

Watts Contrack JV received $26,373,480 to build aircraft apron and supporting facilities for the P-8A Poseidon at NAS Whidbey Island.


Lockheed Martin received $81,147,573 for C-5 Communications, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management Engineering & Manufacturing Development program. Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin received $16,116,277 for integration of data integrity requirement into the current C-130T avionics obsolescence upgrade effort.

Lockheed Martin received $19,992,388 for training system support center services, presumably regarding C-130 aircraft.

StandardAero Inc. received $45,800,309 for T56 engine repair. Sole-source.


Boeing received $19,884,001 for C/KC-135 engineering services and sustainment.


Boeing received $37,962,743 for post-production sustainment engineering and integrated logistics services in support of T/AV-8B for USMC ($35,861,441; 94.4%); Spain ($1,050,651; 2.8%); Italy ($1,050,651; 2.8%).

Boeing received $29,867,702 to integrate a Link-16 Tactical Datalink capability into 73 Radar variant AV-8B Harrier for USMC (incl. terminal kits, aircraft wiring, installation hardware kits).

Boeing received $10,020,237 for E-4B Low Frequency Transmit System (LTFS) installation support hardware and support equipment.

General Electric received $8,413,259 for engineering and technical services in support of GE engines (F110-GE-100/129, A-10 TF-34, KC-135F-108, TF-39/F-138, F108-CF-100/200/201, F101-GE-102, F118-GE-100, J85-21B, F110, and F-16 C/D). Some work in: Bahrain, Israel, Egypt. Sole-source.

Honeywell received $47,125,963 for aircraft wheel and brake spare parts. Sole-source.

M7 Aerospace received $12,670,722 for continued contractor logistics support (maintenance, logistics, overhaul, modification & integration, safety, program management, base operations) on government-owned C-26 aircraft.

Northrop Grumman received $55,275,786 for comprehensive tasks, personnel, facilities, aircraft subsystems, and support equipment for Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) E-11A.

Northrop Grumman received $16,892,649 for E-6B Mercury Multi-Role Tactical Common Data Link (MR-TCDL) validation and verification efforts, to include A and B kits, spares, and installation of MR-TCDL into one Mission Avionics Systems Trainer. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Starrag USA Inc. received $41,275,039 for U.S. Navy propeller profilers. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1.


Stellar Science received $7,034,747 to develop Advanced Laser Modeling and Simulation for AFRL at Kirtland AFB.


Assurance Technology Corp. received $28,183,002 for R&D into detecting anomalies in space. Work at Naval Research Laboratory in Stafford, VA (99%); and at contractor’s facility in Carlisle, VA (1%).

Sotera Defense Solutions; Leidos Inc.; EOIR Technologies Inc.; Packet Digital LLC received a shared $48,000,000 for engineering and technical support to the Naval Research Laboratory Electronic Science & Technology Division.


Advanced Technology Systems Co. received $9,988,644 for UH-1H major components, spare parts, and overhaul of UH-1H aircraft components.

Airbus Helicopters Inc. received $17,361,275 for U-72 contractor logistics support parts support and sustainment

Boeing received $14,424,500 for changes to Apache multicore mission processor configuration and shelving configuration. Involves alternative fuselage shipping method of ruggedized gun resolver kits and gun cradles.

Boeing received $24,935,695 for manned and unmanned teaming expanded compatibility on all AH-64E Apache configurations.

Camber received $26,115,368 for AH-64 Apache simulation, modeling, acquisition, and training.

Lockheed Martin received $150,957,577 for Target Sight System (TSS) on the AH-1Z Cobra for U.S. Navy (88%); Pakistan (12%). Not competitively procured.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $93,894,241 for technical, engineering, logistics services and supplies; and parts support for the H-60.

Lockheed Martin received $69,884,934 for logistics supporting Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensors (M-TADS/PNVS).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $49,570,085 for support, training, reviews, and data associated with the CH-53K system demonstration test article.

Lockheed Martin received $31,499,392 for 43 additional modernized radar frequency interferometer systems in support of Apache helicopters.

Overhaul Support Services received $44,713,366 for maintenance and overhaul of UH-60 spindle, rotary head (min. 500; max. 3,000).

Raytheon received $39,654,824 to support H-60 aircraft. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $8,563,698 for 33 Smart Multi-Function Color Display B-kits in support of CH-53K.

Robertson Fuel Systems LLC received $42,140,835 for 541 crashworthy external fuel systems bussed aircraft A-kits in support of UH-60 Black Hawk.

Textron (Bell) received $10,686,328 for work on the H-1 upgrade effort: logistics, management, maintenance planning, design interface, and inventory.

Textron (Bell) received $13,641,555 for systems engineering and program management support associated with production & delivery of UH-1Y and AH-1Z.

Thales Defense & Security Inc. received $14,120,101 for Optimized TopOwl Helmet Mounted Sight & Display System depot level specialized test equipment and depot work in support of USMC H-1. 63% of work in Bordeaux, France.

Timken Aerospace Transmissions LLC received $25,004,500 for Apache weapon system parts. Sole-source, per FAR 6.302-1.


DynCorp International received $106,184,845 for organizational level maintenance and logistic support on aircraft & support equipment for which Naval Test Wing Atlantic has maintenance responsibility.

M1 Support Services LP received $90,404,350 for backshop and flight line maintenance for 140 aircraft of different varieties on Nellis AFB.


Boeing received $90,000,000 for laser pod R&D on high-energy laser technologies.


BAE Systems received $15,300,000 for 242 retrofit systems for the (AN/ALE)-58A countermeasure dispenser system. Sole-source.

Defense Research Associates received $24,612,392 for R&D on new threat warning systems and overall aircraft survivability.

Orbital ATK received $10,912,464 to repair two configurations of an electro-optic sensor (BV2 & AV2) in support of AN/AAR-47 missile warning system. Non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.


Northrop Grumman received $15,036,262 to provide Air Dominance Department of Naval Surface Warefare Center (Port Hueneme Division) with engineering and logistics services. Services support AEGIS Combat System, major weapon systems programs, test & evaluation (T&E), and post-event analysis for U.S. Navy (84%); Norway, South Korea, Spain, Bahrain, Italy, Australia, Japan (16%). Not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $19,911,702 for one Missile Fire Control System Mk 99 equipment ship set in support of Aegis Weapon System (AWS) production requirements.


Austal USA LLC received $7,800,000 to assess engineering & production challenges and evaluate cost & schedule risks from affordability efforts in order to reduce LCS acquisition costs.


General Dynamics received $34,657,157 for on board repair parts for Virginia-class submarines, SSN 792 and 793.

General Dynamics received $146,725,510 for work on Columbia-class submarine (formerly known as the OH Replacement).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,296,648 for planning and design yard functions for standard Navy valves in support of nuclear-powered subs and engineering / design work in support of SSN (701)/SSN (711) Moored Training Ship Conversion. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $13,215,605 for six AN/BVY-1 Integrated Submarine Imaging Systems and associated spare parts.

Lockheed Martin received $41,546,505 to provide engineering and technical services for tactical systems integration with synthetic signature generation for training, testing, and analysis systems as part of Signatures Training & Decisions Systems Program. Not competitively procured per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


BAE Systems received $55,766,162 for USS Wasp (LHD-1) FY2017 planned maintenance availability.

Boston Ship Repair received $9,967,262 for 56-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Big Horn (T-AO 198). BAE Systems took over this contract after BSR was unable to accommodate. BAE Systems received $10,735,724 for 56-calendar day shipyard availability for USNS Big Horn (T-AO 198) regular overhaul and dry-docking.

General Atomics received $13,622,738 for on-board repair parts (OBRP) for electromagnetic aircraft launch system and advanced arresting gear on CVN-78.

General Dynamics received $125,950,046 for continued integrated planning yard services on Arleigh Burke-class and Oliver Hazard Perry-class ships.

General Dynamics (BIW) received $59,417,202 to provide engineering and technical assistance for new construction DDG 51 class ships.

General Dynamics received $10,965,890 for USS Rafael Peralta (DDG 115) post-shakedown availability in Bath, ME (75%); San Diego, CA (25%).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $40,975,311 for advance planning of the refueling complex overhaul (RCOH) of the USS George Washington (CVN 73). This also establishes material and level of effort for RCOH pre-planning and shipcheck support of USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $51,047,637 for life cycle engineering and support services on LPD 17 class Amphibious Transport Dock Ship in Pascagoula, MS (96%); Norfolk, VA (1%); San Diego, CA (1%); Mayport, FL (1%); Sasebo, Japan (1%).

Owl International received $11,525,815 for maintenance support on all vessels assigned to Inactive Ship Maintenance Office, Bremerton, WA, and active vessels assigned to Guided Missile Cruiser/Dock Landing Ship Modernization Detachment, San Diego, CA. Not competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

QED Systems Inc. received $53,845,548 for ship engineering and planning support services for Commander Naval Air Forces in Norfolk, VA (40%); San Diego, CA (40%); Bremerton, WA (20%).

Raytheon received $34,259,681 for life cycle engineering and support on LPD 17 class integrated shipboard electronic systems.


BAE Systems received $7,300,857 to support shipboard pierside maintenance & repairs and ordnance alteration involving MK 45 gun in Norfolk, VA (35%); San Diego, CA (35%); Mayport, FL (5%); Everett, WA (5%); Yokosuka, Japan (5%); Honolulu, HI (5%); Rota, Spain (5%); other fleet areas (5%).

Raytheon received $9,992,020 for engineering services, overhaul, repair and upgrade on NATO SeaSparrow Surface Missile System units and equipment.

Raytheon received $23,412,991 to procure Evolved Seasparrow Missile (ESSM) design agent, in-service support, and technical engineering services. Some work in Raufoss, Norway (7%); Ottobrunn, Germany (7%); Hengelo OV, Netherlands (5%); Richmond, Australia (4%); Mississauga, Canada (2%); Madrid (1%); Ankara (1%); Grenaa, Denmark; Koropi, Greece (<1% each). Sole-source.

Raytheon received $49,107,491 to support Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) for continuing platform system. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $60,194,970 for FY2017 U.S. Navy RAM Block 2 guided missile round pack (GMRP) requirements. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4), International Agreement.

Raytheon received $110,153,021 for FY2017 low-rate initial production long lead material in support of Air & Missile Defense Radar Program S-Band Radar (ADMR-S) and Radar Suite Controller.

Raytheon received $303,749,820 for 214 Tomahawk Block IV All-Up-Round vertical launch system missiles & spares for U.S. Navy ($300,866,222; 99%) and UK ($2,883,598; 1%). Not competitive, FAR 6.302-1.


Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc. received $303,080,064 for Naval nuclear propulsion components. Not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $324,452,093 to definitize long lead time material and to award detail, design and construction of Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB) 5.

Huntington Ingalls received $1,463,276,000 for detail design and construction of USS Fort Lauderdale (LPD 28).

NexGen Communication LLC received $7,657,900 for AN/SSX-1 Specific Emitter Identification System repairs, modifications, upgrades, spares, and configuration management used for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP). SEWIP helps upgrade AN/SLQ-32(V) shipboard electronic warfare systems. Not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


BAE Systems received $39,462,624 for an assortment of identification friend or foe (IFF) transponders and mounting trays; Mode 4/5 remote control units; single board computers; signal processors; mode 4/5 with crypto shop replaceable assemblies; and other associated electronics (change kits, receiver/transmitters, chassis, repairs) for U.S. Navy ($18,666,503; 47.3%); Army ($17,329,801; 43.9%); UK ($2,607,180; 6.6%); Japan ($420,955; 1.1%); Greece ($264,373; .7%); and Canada ($173,812; .4%). Not competitive, per FAR 6.302.1.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $9,698,303 to utilize the automatic carrier landing system (ACLS) architecture study to upgrade and develop ACLS antenna pedestals AB-XXXX/SPN-46(V).


Andromeda Systems Inc. received $35,212,821 to provide NAWCAD with logistics engineering & technical support services re: maintenance on aircraft, engines, systems, support & depot equipment.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $23,238,164 for roughly 276,322 hours of technical services in support of NAWCAD’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division. Services include systems design, development, assessments, acquisitions, planning, integrated project management, and strategic and analytical services for C4ISR operational systems.

 Compass Systems Inc. received $27,424,962 for materials engineering, non-materials engineering, and non-technical management support of NAWCAD efforts involved in development of new technology, acquisition of new aircraft, and sustainment of fielded aircraft.

LTM Inc. received $86,841,322 for logistics and technical support services (planning, analysis, development, training, support equipment management, facilities, execution) for U.S. Navy/USMC in Cherry Point, NC for NAWCAD.

Mercury Defense Systems received $10,811,837 for work on “Advanced Techniques for Digital Radio Frequency Memories (DRFM)” for NAWCAD. Includes production of 19 Type II advanced DRFM units.

PAE Applied Technologies received $65,955,011 to provide NAWCAD’s Atlantic Test Range and Atlantic Targets & Marine Operations Divisions with range engineering and operations and maintenance services.

Total Logistics Small Business JV received $55,602,073 for logistics and technical support services for USN & USMC. Services include planning, analysis, development, training, support equipment management, facilities and execution.


Rockwell Collins Inc. received $70,512,085 for additional AN/ARC-210 radios and ancillary equipment for various domestic and FMS aircraft.


144 corporations (including Accenture Federal Services, CACI, General Dynamics, IBM, Leidos, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, SRA International) received a potential $6,014,000,000 for information technology support services.

Accenture Federal Services received $8,670,925 for network centric information technology mission applications support.

Ace Electronics Defense Systems received $2,000,000 to produce Army installation kits at Aberdeen Proving Ground for DISA.

ActioNet Inc.; Array Information Technology; Datum Software Inc.; Digital Management Inc.; Diligent Consulting Inc.; Diversified Technical Services Inc.; DSD Laboratories Inc.; Excellus Solutions LLC; Exeter Government Services; Indrasoft Inc.; Segue Technologies Inc.; SI Systems Technologies received $800,000,000 to provide USAF contracting offices with a primary source for NetCentric Solutions-2 application services such as sustainment, migration, integration, training, help-desk support, testing and operation support.

Carahsoft Technology Corp. received $23,900,219 for a program manager license agreement to acquire proprietary brand name, commercial off-the-shelf VMware vSphere enterprise plus, vCenter for vSphere, NSX and workstation software licenses to support the virtualization and management of program manager warfighter information networks-tactical server infrastructure.

DLT Solutions LLC received $22,841,000 to provide Red Hat software licenses in support of Navy requirements.

Microsoft received $34,371,098 to provide IT expertise to mature Microsoft products for USAF. Microsoft will also enable essential new enterprise capabilities supporting the Air Force Network. Work at Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex. Sole-source.

Microsoft received $44,742,615 for Microsoft Premier Support to help Air Force Network (AFNet) enterprise at Joint Base Langley-Eustis; Ramstein AB; Peterson AFB; Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam; McConnell AFB.

Microsoft received $927,000,000 for Microsoft Enterprise Technical Support Services to obtain highly-trained Microsoft Blue Badge Cardholder support.

Services to DOD require access rights to Microsoft's proprietary (closed-source) code. Non-competitive per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1/Defense FAR 206.302-1. Only one “responsible” source.

Technica Corp. received $7,975,990 for Network-Centric Solutions-2 operations and security sustainment services. Technica will help manage and sustain current operations, and to evolve Air Force Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System Enterprise into a secure, robust, and regionalized network to support various national and Air Force missions worldwide.


Orbital ATK received $7,613,375 for an additional 212 Rocket-Assist Take-Off (RATO) motors and 219 RATO initiators.

Range Generation Next received $15,682,557 for launch & test range system integrated support of operations, maintenance, and sustainment at Western Range (Vandenberg) & Eastern Range (Patrick).

United Launch Services received $269,235,964 for FY2017 launch vehicle production services in support of USAF Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle configuration. Work in Centennial, CO; Decatur, AL; Cape Canaveral AFS.


The Aerospace Corp. received $14,000,000 for systems engineering, integration and test efforts for Federally Funded Research & Development Center.

Boeing received $26,843,771 for GPS IIA/IIF satellite blocks sustainment functions (including on-orbit support, field studies, software updates to satellite vehicles) at Schriever AFB. Sole-source.

Boeing received $8,831,682 to operate, maintain, and sustain all on-orbit Wideband Global SATCOM satellites.

Engility Corp. received $46,326,534 for systems engineering & integration supporting Space & Missile Systems Center’s Remote Sensing Systems Directorate at Los Angeles AFB.

Harris Corp. received $10,729,450 to support ground-based Counter Communication System Block 10.2. CCS is designed to deny others the ability to communicate via satellite.

Raytheon received $15,509,341 to repair 37 line items in support of U.S. Navy’s AN/USC-38 Extremely High Frequency Satellite Program. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $26,590,786 to produce, test and deliver fully integrated Navy Multiband Terminals (NMT). Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


Lockheed Martin received $88,097,058 for Trident II (D5) missile field processing and deployed system support.

Lockheed Martin received $17,057,460 and received $8,775,197 for Trident II (D5) missile deployed systems support.

Raytheon received $40,508,497 for data processor and signal processor equipment suite modernization at Thule Air Force Station, Greenland.


BAE Systems received $8,315,924 to install anoxic basins of 7E and 8E in Building 235 of Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP). Ordnance Systems Inc. received $23,798,065 to install anaerobic basins in Building 3W4W at Holston Army Ammunition Plant.

Leidos Inc. received $58,055,000 for a modernized Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems solution in support of Army Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communication-Tactical mission requirements.

Longbow LLC received $25,000,000 to provide live cycle contractor support for the fire control radar and UAS tactical common data link assembly.

Orbital ATK received $20,851,752 for 10,000 MK419 [PDF] MOD 1 multi-function fuzes.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $11,519,591 for engineering and design tasks to reduce missile cost and weight and resolve obsolescence issues.

Raytheon received $68,071,044 for engineering change proposal Phase II on Guidance Electronics Unit, Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IIA. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $59,986,280 for tube-launched, optically-tracked, wireless-guided (TOW) missiles for the USMC.

Raytheon received $34,475,617 for PATRIOT performance-based logistics on inventory management, repair & replacement of 136 stock and parts.

Raytheon received $24,993,572 for Griffin A Block /III missiles. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $22,490,748 for Excalibur 155 millimeter increment projectiles, Army.

Raytheon received $15,848,840 for PATRIOT new equipment training. Raytheon received $7,999,847 for U.S. PATRIOT missile system depot level diagnosis and repair and return of secondary items.


DRS Sustainment Systems Inc. received $17,441,521 for 14 joint assault bridge systems.

General Dynamics received $44,900,000 for 91 repair / upgrade improved fire control electronics unit, versions three & four; 135 new five versions; 140 containers; 60 improved commander’s display units with 60 containers.

General Dynamics received $12,523,37 to support Tank & Automotive Command, Integrated Logistics Support Center’s requirements. One bid solicited, one received.

Honeywell received $19,619,673 for Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) services for Anniston Army Depot, Alabama.

JCB Inc. received $62,782,316 for Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklifts with ancillary equipment, operator and maintenance training and fielding services.

Oshkosh Defense received $176,145,880 for 409 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles.

Veyance Technologies Inc. received $77,062,521 for Abrams track assemblies. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


American Ordnance; Day & Zimmermann Inc.; Canadian Commercial Corp. received a shared $99,522,409 for load, assemble, and pack of 60 and 81 mm high explosive mortar cartridges.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (Kongsberg, Norway) received $14,885,312 for Common Remotely Operated Weapons Stations (CROWS) 153A2A1, and post-production conversion of M153A2 to M153A2E1.

Northrop Grumman received $9,411,024 for counter rocket artillery mortar command and control tactical defense measures. Includes developing counter-UAS capability and emerging technologies in sensors and EW at Redstone Arsenal.


Ceradyne Inc. received $10,797,045 for 6,518 integrated head protection systems, which is a subcomponent of the Soldier Protection System.

Elbit Systems of America (ESA) received $102,000,000 for fire control systems for mortar and fielding activity.

Federal Resources Supply Co. received $8,156,227 for 60 more urban operation platoon sets consisting of high technology equipment, which provides military personnel with enhanced capabilities to perform missions in complex or urbanized terrain.

NCI Information Systems received $43,582,674 to provide Program Executive Office – Soldier with systems engineering & technical assistance services regarding protection & equipment, sensors, sights & lasers, weapons, & warrior  at Fort Belvoir.

SciTec Inc. received $12,758,385 for Joint Mobile Infrared Counter Measures Simulator test systems, and the Multi-Spectral Sea & Land Target test simulators.


Trace Systems Inc. received $219,000,000 for the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Internet Café Program (ICP). This provides deployed service members with access to necessary infrastructure (i.e., facilities, equipment, and services) for commercial Internet connectivity via computer, telephone, or personally-owned devices.


M.C. Dean Inc. received $163,000,000 for integrated security services (system support, installation, maintenance, repair) for Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA), which requires electronic security system integrator in the National Capital Region (Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, VA; Fairfield, PA).


Heart & Core LLC received $7,920,000 for moisture wicking, sand, tan and/or brown t-shirts.

Wolverine World Wide Inc. received $8,873,726 for men’s poromeric shoes.


Academi Training Center LLC received $9,132,560 to provide Turnkey Antiterrorism training support as required by Center for Security Forces in Groton, CT (50%); San Diego, CA (50%).

CAE USA Inc. received $50,079,091 for rotary wing flight training instructor support services at Fort Rucker.

CALIBRE Systems Inc. received $7,531,367 for continued support on Army force management school training for Senior Executive Service (SES) and general officers.

Dictyon; International Center for Language Studies Inc.; International Communications Associates Inc.; Language Associates LLC; Washington Language Center LLC received a shared $138,000,000 to provide foreign language training support services and instruction to Defense Language Institute foreign language center (DLI_FLC) in Washington, DC, and elsewhere.

FlightSafety Services received $18,010,977 for Joint Primary Aircraft Training Systems aircrew training devices consisting of operational & instrument flight trainers and unit training devices located at 6 USAF sites and 3 U.S. Navy sites.

MacAir Aviation LLC received $13,200,000 to help train 100% of USAF flight surgeons in Aerospace Medicine Primary (AMP). AMP curriculum is designed to expose students to rigors of flying, mission planning, modern cockpit symbology, disorientation, instrumentation, aerobatics, low-level navigation, and formation flight in a setting that closely mirrors undergraduate flight training. Sole-source.


Smith’s Detection Inc. received $7,504,716 for design and development, hardware / software engineering activities, program management, manufacturing, & test support to ensure Joint Chemical Agent Detector – Chemical Explosive Detector Adapter meets enhanced performance requirements.

Smith’s Detection Inc. received $67,919,641 for Joint Chemical Agent Detector systems, communication adapter kits, Stryker communication adapter & spare parts.


Ameresco Inc. received $210,617,737 for a new combined heat & power plant, a solar carport array, a ground mounted solar array, a battery energy storage system and other energy conservation measures at Parris Island. Expected to be completed by November 2041.

Calumet San Antonio Refining received $49,470,784 for aviation fuel. Primus Solutions received $12,628,303 for refuel / defuel services at Fort Rucker.

Chevron received $8,204,486 for lubricants.

Dayton Power & Light Co. received $28,284,972 for electricity services at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Energy Systems Group received $187,697,907 for energy improvements at Naval Base Coronado.

Groton Utilities received $15,099,005 to implement eight energy conservation measures at Naval Submarine Base New London. Procured per Title 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5), which expressly authorizes or requires that the acquisition be made through another agency or from a specific source, FAR 6.302-5.

SunPower Corp. Systems received $12,080,010 for approximately 8,900 megawatt hours per year to Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (JBAB). Renewable energy generated through photovoltaic systems. Production term is 25 years (March 2017 to Feb 2042). Approved by SECDEF per 10 U.S. Code 2922a.

Terrapin Utility Services Inc. (Joint Base Andrews, MD) received $7,490,132 to reconcile water/wastewater operations & maintenance and renewal & replacement due to transfer in ownership of all assets installed through third party construction projects.

Texas General Land Office received $16,594,309 for supply and delivery of retail electricity and ancillary/incidental services.

WGL Energy Services Inc. and Direct Energy Business Marketing LLC received $60,855,000 and $25,261,000, respectively, for natural gas.


American Medical Depot received $200,000,000 for medical surgical items.

Booz Allen Hamilton; Deloitte Consulting; Reef Point Group; Whitney, Bradley & Brown received a shared $45,804,991 for performance & process improvement services in support of Bureau of Medicine & Surgery of Falls Church for Military Health System, Defense Health Agency, and DOD health systems.

Niksoft Systems Corp. received $26,980,000 for program management support for Defense Health Agency, Solutions Delivery Division applications migrating to Defense Information Systems Agency capacity services.

Carestream Health Inc. received $570,947,933 for radiology systems, accessories and training.

CSRA LLC received $12,046,375 for Army Reserve specialty medical training, equipment/site maintenance and administration services associated with combat support hospitals.

Dixon Shane received $11,187,615 for various pharmaceutical products.

L1 Industries Inc. received $9,500,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for the electronic catalog.

Flad & Associates Inc.; HDR Archs. & Engrs. P.C.; Sherlock, Smith & Adams/Page Southerland Page JV; Westeast Design Group; WSP USA Corp. received a shared $30,000,000 for architect engineering to support medical research facilities at U.S. Army Medical Command.


Cyber Medical Imaging Inc. received $22,500,000 for dental equipment.


AECOM Technical Services Inc.; CB&I Federal Services; HydroGeoLogic Inc.; Parsons Government Services; USA Environment Inc.; Weston-EOTI LLC received a shared $301,003,000 for environmental remediate services and support for work assigned to Army Engineering & Support Center, Huntsville, AL.

CenterPoint Energy Resources received $8,086,594 to install energy conservation measures at Barksdale AFB.

FlightFab Inc. received $8,411,379 for five years’ supply of plastic waste processing equipment.

Landology Inc. and SMP Services Inc. received a shared $9,000,000 for Natomas planting and habitat restoration.


Coastal Pacific Food Distributors received $73,756,672 for food distribution. Overseas locations include Japan, Singapore, Philippines, and Diego Garcia.

Food Services Inc. received $42,566,894 for full food line distribution.

Gamay Foods Inc. received $65,050,131 for meals, ready-to-eat spreads. Thermo Pac LLC received $59,241,169 for meals, ready-to-eat spreads.

Jianas Brothers received $43,367,672; Nex-xos Worldwide received $9,130,481; Trans-Packers Services received $22,144,819; World Flavors Inc. received $19,946,919 for beverage base components for meals, ready to eat (MRE).

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 $10,470,082 for facility support services at Naval Support Activity Bethesda.

EMCOR Government Services received $16,780,242 for base operating support services at Naval Support Facilities (NSF) Washington, U.S. Naval Observatory and NSF Joint Base Anacostia Bolling; NSF Bethesda, NSF Carderock, NSF Thurmont and NSF Indian Head; and NSF Dahlgren, Arlington Service Center and Marine Corps Base Quantico. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Engineering Support Personnel; Global Technical Services; Ice Technical Services received a shared $48,900,000 to provide ground training services support for operations & maintenance of USMC training ranges including Camp Pendleton (17.5%); Twenty-nine Palms (17.5%); Camp Lejeune (17%); Parris Island (2%); Quantico (14%); Marine Corps Base Hawaii (7%); Okinawa (6%) and Iwakuni, Japan (2%).

Melwood Horicultural Training Center received $9,946,163 for base maintenance at Fort Meade.

Pride Industries received $32,612,693 for maintenance and repair of all building and structures at Fort Bliss.

TRAX International Corp. received $15,224,155 for non-personal test support services for Yuma Proving Ground. TRAX International LLC received $37,120,565 for test mission support services at White Sands Missile Range.


17 corporations received a shared $42,970,586 for a range of support services (admin & clerical; quarters management; healthcare; information & arts; IT; maritime material handling; mechanics, maintenance & repair; plant & system operation; engineering/technical; mobile equipment operation; financial management; specialized technology; industrial services) throughout the U.S.

Barbaricum received $7,898,735 to assist DOD Office of the Inspector General in administrative, information technology, and managerial support functions.

HP received $10,040,277 for system development integration support services in support of product director, Army Human Resources System.

Mythics Inc. received $7,889,015 for Oracle software maintenance on previously acquired licenses in support of Program Executive Officer Enterprise Systems (Fort Belvoir) and Army Materiel Command.

Oracle received $45,511,729 to provide post-deployment systems support for Increment 1 of Global Combat Support System - Marine Corps (GCSS-MC). Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

SRA International Inc. received $25,494,600 for work on passive Radio Frequency Identification III in order to provide state-of-the-art, common, integrated structure for logistic identification, tracking, locating, and monitoring of commodities and assets.

Technica LLC received $19,238,218 to enhance Army global logistics enterprise for Fort Bliss, TX, logistics readiness center maintenance division.


American Systems Corp. received $5,712,045 to provide warfare area staff specialists to deputy assistant SECDEF for developmental test & evaluation (DASD(DT&E)) to help Major Defense Acquisition Program / Major Automated Information System acquisition programs deliver data needed to support critical acquisition and engineering decisions.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $12,973,510 to continue system engineering and technical assistance support services for Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems project management office, integrated personnel & pay system-Army.

Ernst & Young LLP received $15,879,275 to help Office of Inspector General audit Department of Air Force General Fund FY2017 Schedule of Budgetary Activity.

KPMG LLP received $24,559,741 for financial statement audit services.


DZSP 21 LLC received $42,019,077 for base operations support services at Joint Region Marianas.


Ames Construction Inc. received $46,040,475 to build the diversion inlet structure near Fargo, North Dakota.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $15,291,000 for maintenance dredging, Delaware River, Philadelphia to the sea.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $9,805,475 for periodic nourishment (Townsends to Cape May Inlets, Avalon & Stone Harbor) Cape May County, NJ.


Head Inc./Diaz JV received $37,315,434 to repair Sherman Field runway pavement and lighting at NAS Pensacola.


Twelve corporations received $330,000,000 for work necessary to design and construct new facilities and infrastructure, repair and renovate or restore existing facilities & infrastructure in the eastern USA.

Eleven corporations received $300,000,000 to design and construct new facilities & infrastructure, repair and renovate or restore existing facilities & infrastructure in the central USA.

Advanced Technology Construction; CJW Construction; Shape Construction; Vet Industrial Inc.; Weldin Construction LLC received a shared $99,000,000 for construction projects within NAVFAC Northwest.

Allied Pacific Builders Inc. received $12,683,762 for repairs on Dry Dock 1 pumpwell at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Allright-KOO JV; AMA Diversified Construction; Nomlaki Technologies; North Star Construction; Patriot Construction received a shared $48,000,000 to provide a variety of trades (carpentry, road repair, roofing, excavation, interior/exterior electrical, steam fitting, plumbing, sheet metal, fencing, demolition, fire protection, masonry) at Beale AFB.

AMG & Associates Inc. received $10,180,000 to renovate and repair of Dock 5 at Beale AFB.

A-VET/MGC II JV received $7,953,660 to repair/replace the roof and roof support structure on Building 364 at Robins AFB.

Cianbro Corp. received $26,969,000 for construction of Dry Dock #3 caisson replacement and seat repairs at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

D&M Construction Group received $8,538,096 for HVAC replacement at Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Building 101U West.

Dawson Enterprises LLC received $21,357,584 to construct modular buildings at Eglin AFB.

Dean Kurtz Construction Co. received $20,456,953 for dormitory construction at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.

Edifice LLC; Hascon LLC; Ocean Construction Services; Pinnacle Construction & Development Group; Reilly Construction Inc.; Tuckman-Barbee Construction Co. received a shared $99,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Washington Integrated Product Team (IPT) Blue.

Garney Companies Inc. received $49,470,702 for design and construction of a water treatment plant at MCAS Cherry Point.

HDR Environmental, Operations & Construction received $15,000,000 to provide engineering and construction administrative services to Savannah District.

Jacobs Government Services Co. received $75,000,000 for engineering and design services for industrial research at various administrative facilities within NAVFAC Washington [PDF].

Megen Construction Co. AWA 2 LLC received $76,500,000 for maintenance, repair, alteration and construction work on facilities at Wright-Patterson AFB.

R.A. Burch Construction; Bristol Design-Build Services; I.E. Pacific; Barnhart-Reese Construction; Bilbro Construction received a shared $240,000,000 for construction, repair, renovation at govt. installations in NAVFAC Southwest.

R.M. Williams Construction Inc.; Danner Construction Co.; and B&M Construction Inc. received a shared $30,000,000 for maintenance, repair and construction at MacDill AFB and Avon Park Air Force Range, FL.

S&E Services Inc. received $8,545,000 to repair and add to aircraft hangar Building 370 on Francis S. Gabreski ANG Base, NY.

URS Group Inc. received $30,000,000 for professional architectural and engineering services in NAVFAC Southeast.

Weldin Construction LLC; Heritage Homes, LLC; Jay-Brant General Contractors LLC; Tb, Inc. received a shared $25,000,000 for construction projects for USACE, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.

Weldin Construction LLC received $35,000,000 to provide maintenance, repair, and minor construction at Nellis AFB & Creech AFB.


Manson Construction Co. received $23,636,175 for entrance channel maintenance dredging at the Naval Station Kings Bay, GA.

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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 / NEWSBUD 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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