Newsbud Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for April 2017

DOD Spent $21,752,085,000+ on 211 Individual Contracts in April 2017

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 $21,752,085,000 on 211 individual contracts during April 2017.  This amount does not include 23 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $1,951,906,000.

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

AM General received $41,571,288 for FMS (Iraq): 134 M1151A1B1 and 72 M1152 HMMWV.

Boeing received $11,142,402 for FMS (Taiwan): reconfiguration, integrated logistics support (ILS) and training on a Perry FFG-7 ship harpoon missile TARTAR. Also provides ILS and tech / training services supporting Harpoon Ship Command Launch Set version 11/12 reconstitution on TN FFG-7 ship.

Boeing received $541,088,553 for FMS (Netherlands): refurbished and new (lot 15) CH-47F helicopters.

Lockheed Martin received $12,600,000 for FMS (Iraq): advanced F-16 pilot training in Tucson, AZ.

Lockheed Martin received $31,129,968 provide support for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile production support, systems engineering, and tooling and test equipment. Involves FMS to Poland.

Raytheon received $64,610,086 for work on AMRAAM: phase 4b form, fit, function, refresh guidance section. Involves FMS (Norway, Turkey, Japan, Romania, Australia).

Swiftships received $27,402,593 for FMS (Iraq): continuous lifecycle support (expertise re: maintain, repair, overhaul) on patrol boats, offshore vessels, & defender boats at Umm Qasr Naval Base. Not competitive, FAR 6.302-4(b)(1).

Textron received $88,200,000 to provide Argentina with T-6C+ aircraft (for surveillance and border security), maintenance & pilot training. Sole-source.

URS Federal Services received $65,000,000 to provide Taiwan with F-16 maintenance at Luke AFB.

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES – More FMS to Saudi Arabia and UAE are in the works.

Boeing received $8,354,991 for missile (Harpoon; SLAM_ER) engineering, training, equipment, logistics, tech support for U.S. Navy, Brazil, Chile, Israel, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, Turkey, UK, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Denmark, Germany, India, Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium.

Boeing received $25,522,594 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): post-production service support on 24 AH-6i National Guard helicopters.

Colt received $7,453,690 for FMS (Georgia, Lebanon, Iraq, Slovakia, Pakistan, Bahrain): 8,730 M4/M4A1 rifles.

GD Arabia Inc. received $10,035,953 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): contractor logistics and maintenance support.

Inter Coastal Electronics Inc. received $9,798,027 for FMS (UAE): Longbow Apache Tactical Engagement Simulation System hardware, spares, new equipment training, contractor logistics support and repair/return.

Lockheed Martin received $10,800,000 for FMS (Israel): additional hardware modules and racks in support of F-35 LRIP Lot 11.

Lockheed Martin received $332,136,017 for FMS (UK, Egypt, India, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Netherlands, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Poland): Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor System, subcomponent production, and tech services for Apache. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $16,871,813 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): Joint Standoff Weapon initial integrated logistics support and training.

Raytheon received $78,723,292 AIM-9X Sidewinder Block II support & sustainment for USA, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Kuwait, Oman, Malaysia, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey.

Raytheon received $87,318,240 for FMS (UAE): advice & assistance in the PATRIOT training, planning, fielding, deployment, operation, maintenance and sustainment (incl. associated equipment and logistics support elements).

SAIC received $13,423,506 for FMS (Jordan): engineering & software support services.

TAC Industries Inc. received $37,185,818 for aircraft cargo nets (top & side) during Option III and Option IV. Involves FMS to UAE.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

AASKI Technologies, Inc.; Leidos; Textron received a shared $900,000,000 for technical services & field support to Product Office Tactical UAS.

Boeing received $19,145,579; General Atomics received $18,735,000; Lockheed Martin received $18,893,482; Northrop Grumman received $24,797,517 for more “risk reduction” activities on MQ-25, including “refinement of concepts and development of trade space for requirements generation in advance of the engineering and manufacturing development phase.”

Unit Co. received $33,122,500 to design & build an unmanned aircraft systems hangar in Fort Wainwright, Alaska.

URS Federal Services received $3,600,000,000 for range support services at Nevada Test & Training Range; Creech AFB; Tonopah Test Range Airfield, NV. This contract was accidentally issued at first for UAS services.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Blaine Warren Advertising, LLC received $18,832,138 for Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting (AFRC) Service advertising.

U.S. TELECOMM COMPLICITY

Verizon received $24,579,469 to provide analog & integrated services digital network telephone service for located at Naval Station Norfolk and Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek.

USAFRICOM

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $13,150,000 for global logistics and support services in Rock Island, IL; Afghanistan; Kuwait; Iraq; Italy; Cameroon; Niger; Germany; Poland; Romania; Fort Sumter; Fort Shafter; Tampa, FL; Fort Lee; Fort Bragg; Fort Lewis; Fort Hood.

USPACOM

Gilbane Federal received $133,471,473 to build two facilities: U.S. Forces Korea Operations Center, and Phase III Facility at U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys.

USCENTCOM

Alutiiq Professional Training received $7,487,108 to repair and maintain Afghanistan National Police radio systems on behalf of Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A).

Kaiyuh Services LLC received $17,170,942 for materials for Task Force Safe in Kuwait. One bid solicited, one received.

ORC Industries Inc. received $20,492,889 for wet weather ponchos for Afghanistan National Army. Sole-source, per 41 U.S. Code 3304(a)(5). Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind received $8,866,350 for poncho liners for the Afghanistan National Army. Sole-source per 41 U.S. Code 3304(a)(5).

Pond Constructors received $9,634,613 for maintenance and repair on DLA capitalized equipment and appurtenances in Honolulu; Japan; Diego Garcia.

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

Aixxia LLC received $13,438,237 to help DARPA develop a platform where researchers connect with sponsors and where scientists, engineers, and end users explore scientific ideas & concepts. Work in McLean, VA (45%); Los Angeles (9%); Baltimore (38%); South Salem, NY (8%).

BAE Systems Inc. received $9,725,000; LGS Innovations LLC received $7,598,477; Raytheon (BBN) received $9,977,081; Vencore Labs Inc. received $10,345,758 to help DARPA with R&D on Dispersed Computing (DCOMP).

DCOMP will produce software instantiations of algorithms and protocol stacks that leverage pervasive, physically dispersed computing platforms to boost application and network performance by orders of magnitude.

Boeing received $7,576,425 to continue helping DARPA with R&D on its Hydra Phase 2 program.

Northrop Grumman received $19,448,202 to work on an unnamed DARPA research project.

MACHINE LEARNING

Palo Alto Research Center Inc. received $7,331,193 for common ground testing: R&D on explaining learned performance capabilities of an autonomous system, representations & processes underlying those capabilities, and history that produced that learning.

INVASIVE ISR AIRCRAFT

L-3 Communications received $202,164,280 for depot level maintenance, logistics, and sustaining engineering services in support of C-12 aircraft.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Lockheed Martin received $9,533,512 for LRIP lot 9 F-35 advanced acquisition: delivery of hardware & engineering services for Japan. Lockheed Martin received $18,878,328 to provide additional F-35 sustainment, integration and test, training, and database production for Japan.

Lockheed Martin received $10,392,093 for F-35 (LRIP lot 9) affordability-based cost reduction initiatives.  Lockheed Martin received $109,563,735 for 567 modification kits for offboard system hardware & turnaround assets, and recurring labor for completing F-35 hardware / software upgrades (Block 3F) for USAF ($62,663,062; 57.19%); USMC ($43,453,490; 39.67%); USN $3,060,885; 2.79%); international ($386,297; 0.35%).

Lockheed Martin received $129,430,321 for additional work on TR-3 integrated core processor & subsystems to alleviate diminishing manufacturing sources constraints projected under F-35 lot 15 production for USAF ($51,772,129; 40%); USN ($25,865,355; 20%); USMC ($25,865,355; 20%); international ($25,927,482; 20%).  Lockheed Martin received $372,918,148 for LRIP lot 10 F-35A and F-35B aircraft including deficiency corrections for non-U.S. DOD participants.

Lockheed Martin received $422,738,589 for non-recurring special tooling and special test equipment to support F-35 lot 10 production for USAF ($142,002,213; 33.6%); Navy ($71,001,106; 16.8%); USMC ($71,001,106; 16.8%); international partners ($71,818,559; 17%), FMS ($66,915,605; 15.8%).

Lockheed Martin received $1,377,002,000 for long-lead time materials, parts, components, and effort for 130 F-35 LRIP Lot 12 aircraft. Provides same for 110 Lot 13 and 14 F-35 for non-U.S. DOD & FMS. Purchases: USAF ($315,500,000; 23%); USMC ($128,925,000; 9%); USN ($43,509,000; 3%); non-U.S. DOD participants ($524,446,000; 38%), FMS ($364,622,000; 27%). Not competitive.

RAPTOR (F-22)

Lockheed Martin received $11,867,721 for F-22 sustainment: mitigation of diminishing sources material shortages for liquid crystal display glass used in the upfront display address cell assembly.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell Boeing JPO received $38,801,700 to repair various V-22 parts. Non-competitive per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

EAGLE (F-15)

Boeing received $24,858,522 for F-15 C/E Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) services (incl. individual aircraft tracking program; collect & process Loads/Environmental Spectra survey data; aircraft structural records; Force Structural Maintenance Plan updates & certification analyses; testing; damage tolerance & durability analyses; corrosion assessments).

Northrop Grumman received $7,501,433 for contractor logistic support on AN/ASQ-236 aircraft pod at Mountain Home AFB; RAF Lakenheath; Seymour Johnson AFB; Nellis AFB; TUS, AZ; Eglin AFB. Sole source.

FALCON (F-16)

Lockheed Martin received $24,314,870 for F-16 A/B Block 15 training systems, including: hardware, logistics, spares & software development. Sole-source.

Texstars received $39,000,000 to manufacture F-16 canopy transparencies.

HORNET (F-18)

Boeing received $11,792,262 to help change the inner wing panel on F/A-18A/B/C/D aircraft.  Boeing received $49,760,000 for the Service Life Assessment Program and Service Life Extension Program, Phase C, which aims to extend F/A-18E/F’s life beyond the original 6,000-flight hours.

L-3 received $8,845,611 to provide F/A-18C/D Tactical Operational Flight Trainers (with System Configuration Set 29C Spiral Build 12 upgrade) and deliver two F/A-18 SimuStrike flight trainers for MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

General Electric received $670,739,634 for repair, replacement and program support of 17 F414 engine components. Includes five months of F414 depot component support & performance based logistics. Non-competitive.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Photonis USA PA Inc. received $9,896,982 to repair eight items used on E-2C aircraft. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(C)(2).

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

Boeing received $144,939,328 for P-8A [training system] production concurrency upgrades for U.S. Navy ($131,894,788; 91%); Australia ($13,044,540; 9%).

Northrop Grumman received $14,259,233 to provide USA, UK, and Australia P-8A aircraft with ALQ-213 [PDF] and technical data. Not competitive, 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

AERIAL REFUELING

Chromalloy Component Services received $14,163,840 to remanufacture F108 (module 13 & 15) Low Pressure Turbine Assemblies.

Rolls-Royce received $372,529,648 for depot level engine repair on AE21000D3 engines for KC-130J aircraft in support of USMC and Kuwait.

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB (AFRL) & AIR FORCE TEST CENTER

Northrop Grumman received $7,203,059 to ID / develop static & streaming graph analytics to solve: anomaly detection, domain specific search, dependency mapping, N-x contingency analysis, causal modeling of events

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND

Bowhead Total Enterprise Solutions received $10,482,222 to help research at Army Research Laboratory facilities at Aberdeen Proving Ground and Adelphi, MD.

REDSTONE ARSENAL

Northrop Grumman received $48,061,680 to support Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS) development, engineering and manufacturing.

Y-Tech Services received $21,371,547 for maintenance, repair, logistics support for Aviation Flight Test Directorate at Redstone Test Center.

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $56,550,000 to procure hardware to retrofit aircraft “enabling Version 4 software and capabilities.”

Lockheed Martin received $17,687,047 for MH-60R/S common cockpits, Minimum Avionics Configuration (MAC) kits, non-MAC kits, and logistics.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

Lockheed Martin received $17,781,059 for full-rate production of seven eCASS core stations, kits, maintenance, and equipment for U.S. Navy ($5,899,325; 33%); Australia ($9,977,028; 56%); Japan ($1,904,706; 11%).

PAE Aviation & Technical Services received $13,170,809 for aircraft maintenance & modification support services for Naval Test Wing Pacific.

FLIGHT TRAINING & MISSION PLANNING

DynCorp International received $202,434,437 for contractor operated and maintained base supply services for T-6A/B/D Texan II at Columbus AFB; Laughlin AFB; JB San Antonio-Randolph; Sheppard AFB; Vance AFB; NAS Pensacola, Whiting Field, Corpus Christi, Patuxent River; Redstone Arsenal.

HX5 LLC received $67,943,475 to provide full mission planning support for ninety Air National Guard flying missions.

Lockheed Martin received $19,145,457 to produce HC/MC-130J enhanced fuselage trainer (for loadmaster interior/exterior pre-flight & post-flight training).

AEGIS

Boeing received $6,908,084; DRS Laurel Technologies Inc. received $8,314,864 for AN/USQ-82(V) Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex System (GEDMS) hardware, spare parts, and installation / checkout repair for DDG 51 (modernization, construction, FMS to South Korea & Japan), LHA 8, Aegis Ashore.

Lockheed Martin received $22,028,470 for AEGIS: computing, display and peripheral equipment for DDG 125 and DDG 126.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

General Dynamics received $7,973,506 to work on LCS sustainment and depot-level maintenance / work.

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $95,550,000 for 17 tactical missile tubes in support of Columbia Class subs. Includes FMS (UK). Work in Quonset Point, RI.  General Dynamics received $13,073,716 for USA / UK ship alterations re: Strategic Systems Programs Shipboard Integration & support installations. Sole-source per 10 U.S Code 2304(c)(1)&(4).

General Dynamic received $46,239,594 to support & operate Nuclear Regional Maintenance Department at New England Submarine Base, New London, CT, USA. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $35,567,659 for on-board repair parts for PCU Montana (SSN 794) and PCU Hyman G. Rickover (SSN 795).

General Dynamics received $32,882,330 for sustainment of U.S. and U.K. SSBN Fire Control System, the U.S. SSGN Attack Weapon Control System (incl. training & support equipment, missile fire control for Columbia-class, and UK Dreadnought-class Common Missile Compartment (CMC) program development).  Lockheed Martin received $64,682,273 for Common Missile Compartment-Strategic Weapon Systems integration engineering support: develop special test vehicle & associated support equipment for integration of Trident II D5 in Common Missile Compartment; and develop & first article production of shipboard equipment for support of D5 system in Common Missile Compartment. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1)&(4).

General Dynamics received $23,140,752 for diesel generator set prototype unit manufacture and test in support of the Columbia Class Submarine program. General Dynamics received $13,230,000 for detail design, prototyping, and technical manual development of the Columbia Common Weapon Launcher in support of the Columbia Class Submarine Program.

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $19,426,118 for post shakedown availabilities (PSA) for DDG 51 class ships, DDG 113 and DDG 115.

Cabras Marine Corp.; Guam Shipyard; Seafix Inc. received $18,095,000 to repair Military Sealift Command, U.S. Navy, and Coast Guard ships on Guam.

General Dynamics received $22,714,780 for USS Fort Worth (LCS-3) FY2017 dry-docking selected restricted availability.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,016,664 for post-delivery planning yard services in support of LHA-7 amphibious assault ship. Not competitive.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $9,800,000 for post-delivery & carrier incremental availability production & engineering to correct gov responsible work items on USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) in Norfolk.  Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $21,664,219 for production and test engineering efforts RE: Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) at Naval Station Norfolk. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

International Marine & Industrial Applicators and QED Systems Inc. received a shared $260,100,000 to preserve surfaces and install new coatings on Naval ships/vessels in Bremerton, WA (85%); Bangor, WA (10%); Everett, WA (5%).

Vigor Marine received $7,778,751 for a 55-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Guadalupe (T-AO 200).

SHIP WEAPONRY

Astro Machine Works and Merrill Aviation Inc. received a shared $41,650,000 for gun weapon system components & future redesigned / upgraded assemblies that derive from Battle Management Systems programs.

BAE Systems received $40,033,344 for Mk 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) canister production requirements.

Prism Maritime LLC received $49,551,799 for shipboard installation and services (incl. installation of electro-optic systems incl. Situational Awareness System and Maritime FLIR II) on U.S. ships (incl. MSC’s T-AO, T-AOE, and T-AKE class, aircraft carriers, Coast Guard cutters).

NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)

DRS Laurel Technologies received $8,753,460 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) transmission processing equipment sets.

Leidos Inc. received $12,416,137 for continued logistics, operations, and maintenance services on USN/USMC signature silencing programs for naval ships & undersea systems. Includes engineering & program management support for scheduling & planning of Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility (SEAFAC) array repair; repair & installation of west & east arrays; and array health assessment / validation trials for final installation/certification report. Work in Ketchikan, AK (66%); Long Beach, MS (24%); Poulsbo, WA (10%). Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $111,328,702 for Zumwalt-Class Destroyer total ship activation & engineering services. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Wartsila Defense Inc. received $29,250,000 for pre-prototype propulsor hardware & propulsor test component hardware (design, develop, test) for U.S. Navy (90%) and Australia (10%) at NSWC Carderock.

NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)

Northrop Grumman received $99,518,631 for hardware & tech support to integrate Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (DoN LAIRCM) on combat aircraft for U.S. Navy ($89,435,909; 90%); USAF ($10,082,722; 10%).

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)

DY4 Inc. received $8,966,438 for nine 128 end-of-life components, one year of component storage, and 142 single board computers in support of AN/UPX-29(V) for U.S. Navy (92) and South Korea (50). Not competitive.

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION (NAWCWD)

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $7,017,852 to support Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division with: IT, info management & assurance, software dev, engineering & enterprise architectural compliance, server support, etc.

SPACE & NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND (SPAWAR)

Agile Defense Inc. received $23,445,267 for software & system engineering, design, develop, integrate, test & life-cycle services to support BMC Remedy Enterprise System, infrastructure, technologies, and training for SSC Pacific.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $12,427,641; Calnet Inc. received $13,768,680; McKean Defense Group LLC received $15,295,418; SAIC received $14,198,631; Scientific Research Corp. received $14,473,155; Solute received $13,695,728 to help Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific re: technical support services for afloat, ashore & airborne networks and information systems. Includes assessing network requirements; designing system architecture; network modeling, simulation, & testing; network technology & prototype development; network security; information assurance & certification of networks; and network management.

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Northrop Grumman received $9,477,586 for continued development, integration, fielding & sustainment for the cyber mission platform at Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Cryptologic & Cyber Systems Division, JB San Antonio.

Raytheon received $8,539,214 to assess, design, build & deploy a Cyber Command & Control Mission System (C3MS) alternate operating location.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

CSRA LLC received $24,106,957 for knowledge-based, IT support services to the Marine Corps Technology Services Organization (TSO).

General Dynamics received $47,102,597 for program management, IT architecture / engineering, meteorology & oceanography IT expertise, geospatial information system expertise, cybersecurity, and IT portfolio management for Naval Information Forces Command, Naval Meteorology & Oceanography Command, and subordinate commands.

TEST BED MECHANICS

Sound & Sea Technology Inc. received $7,781,357 to install Maritime Surveillance Systems Offshore Test Bed [components (cable & node) to deliver electrical power, bi-directional communications pathways, mechanical interfaces to test articles on ocean floor] on and around San Clemente Island.

MICROELECTRONICS & HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTING

American Superconductor Corp. received $8,375,876 for engineering and technical services for high temperature superconducting (HTS) systems. Not competitive per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

SPACE RADIATION

Engility Corp. received $8,500,000 to continue Optical Radiation Bioeffects & Safety program: 1) research re: exploratory & advanced development, and safety consultation to understand & mitigate effects of optical radiation (ultraviolet, visible, infrared) devices and their countermeasures on DOD personnel & aerospace missions; 2) explore technologies for diagnosis & treatment of combat injuries due to optical radiation; 3) simulating laser injury to assess mission performance. Work at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

Lockheed Martin received $11,125,847 for X-Link Pod Refresh (XPR) engineering and operations efforts at Cape Canaveral. Includes procuring one Spiral 2 flight hardware kit with spares for use on the Demonstration and Shakedown Operation (DASO) -29 flight test. Sole-source.

SATELLITES

The Design Knowledge Co. received $7,473,909 for Joint Space Operations Center Mission System user-defined operational picture development. Sole-source.

Engility Corp. received $40,956,755 for advisory & assistance to Space & Missile Systems Engineering Directorate at Los Angeles AFB: independent readiness review team; technical analysis & risk assessment for space systems, ground segments, and launch systems; and ensure SMC space & launch vehicles and ground systems were built properly and perform reliably.

Harris Corp. received $10,900,333 for system sustainment of FPS-85 Phased Array radar, which provides space situational awareness data for tracking space objects, at Eglin AFB and Peterson AFB.

Honeywell International received $30,435,442; Northrop Grumman received $49,273,664 to provide Embedded GPS and Inertial Navigation System-Modernization (EGI-M) technology maturation & risk reduction technical services.

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

Harris Inc. received $7,776,340 for System Engineering & Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS) Precision Acquisition of Vehicle Entry Phased Array Warning System (PAVE PAWS), known as BPP, 17-Y software version release project. Harris will maintain BPP systems software, which include: resolve obsolesce issues with existing early warning radar systems, and improve detection ability of incoming missiles at Beale AFB.

Raytheon received $59,608,000 for Multi-Object Kill Vehicle (KV) technology risk reduction (TRR) effort re: secure communications, high sensitivity multi-band sensor, survivable processor, KV divert & attitude control, bus sensor & sensor pointing, and engagement management.

Unit-ASRC Construction LLC received $112,949,720 for Long Range Discrimination Radar Construction Package No. 1, Mission Control Facility at Clear AFS, Alaska.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

BAE Systems received $42,850,000 for additional Air Vehicle Planning System maintenance and sustainment, development, increased onsite support, and modifications to Army Prepositioned Stock for new & modified weapons.

Callahan/Watterson JV received $7,841,500 to construct six 80-foot earth-covered magazines at Eielson AFB.

Harris Corp. (EDO Corp. Defense Systems) received $29,464,211 for 300 BRU-55A/A aircraft bomb ejector racks. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(b)(2).

Lockheed Martin received $100,000,000 to provide lifecycle support for efforts on Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM), Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM – USAF Inventory), JASSM-Extended Range, and any variant re: upgrade. Integrate. Produce, sustain, manage. logistics. Sole-source.

Longbow LLC received $10,775,366 for Hellfire engineering services in Orlando, FL; Eglin AFB, FL; Huntsville, AL.

Raytheon received $113,185,103 for Standard Missile (2, 3, 6) engineering & technical services for FY2017-2021 U.S. Navy, other government agencies, and FMS. Not competitive, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Raytheon received $9,371,640 for PATRIOT testing and service upgrades at Letterkenny Army Depot.

Reyes Construction Inc. received $18,147,000 for construction & demolition of missile magazines at NWS Seal Beach and Detachment Fallbrook.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

CEMS Engineering Inc. received $9,900,000 for general architect engineering, sustainment, and renovation mostly within Picatinny Arsenal.

VEHICLES

Caterpillar Inc. received $8,138,787 for 29 tan motorized graders with A/kits, and 15 support equipment tools & test equipment.

General Dynamics received $9,728,774 for Stryker logistics support, re: engineering change proposal 1.

Herndon Products received $8,111,850 for hardware in support of the ambulance program at the Rock Island Arsenal, Joint Manufacturing & Technology Center.

Hodges Transportation Inc. received $9,500,000 to help ONR with technology analysis, surveys, modeling & simulation, and technology demonstration on both wheeled and tracked vehicles. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Honeywell International received $84,036,098 for Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) hardware to meet ANAD production requirements.

Oshkosh Defense received $116,131,233 for recapitalized Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks, Palletized Load System M1075A1, and Self-Recovery Winches M984A4.  Oshkosh Defense received $88,175,561 for recapitalized Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks M985A4, M978A4; Palletized Load System (PLS) M1074A1; new PLS trailers M1076A0; and Self-Recovery Winches M984A4.  Oshkosh Defense received $55,336,710 for recapitalized Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks M984A4 & M983A4; M1120A4; Palletized Load System (PLS) M1074A1 & M1075A1; new PLS trailers M1076A0); and Self-Recovery Winches M984A4.  Oshkosh Defense received $24,456,460 for recapitalized Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks M984A4; Palletized Load System M1075A1; M984A4 self-recovery winches. See individual contracts for specific amounts.

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

Culmen International; Defense Technology Inc.; Multinational Defense Services; UDC USA Inc.; Tankride.com; Blane International Group received $49,000,000 for nonstandard weapons, parts and accessories for Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Boeing received $42,573,612 for Next Generation Cryptographic Architecture on Combat Survivor Evader Locator program. Sole-source.

VIASAT Inc. received $13,680,000 for ground transceivers for the Blue Force Tracker 2 (BFT-2) program. Sole-source.

FORCE PROTECTION

Atlantic CommTech; Evergreen Fire & Security; Infotec Systems; Integrated Security Solutions; Johnson Controls Building Automation Systems; Kbrwyle Technology Solutions; Leidos; Low Voltage Wiring; M.C. Dean; Secure Mission Solutions; Signet Technologies; Xator Corp. received a shared $270,000,000 for electronic security systems (procure, install, service, maintain) with USACE, Huntsville, AL.

Eagle Eye Electronic LLC received $9,576,040 for paving and civil work construction for Aberdeen Proving Ground.

CLOTHING

Federal Prison Industries Inc. received $18,194,250 for physical fitness uniform trunks. Golden Manufacturing Co. received $58,525,830 for various types of coats for Army and Navy. Valley Apparel received $43,417,281 for various types of Navy parkas. Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind received $10,387,080 for fire resistant environmental ensemble parkas. Propper International (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico) received $13,914,654 for hot weather combat boots. Involves some unnamed FMS. San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind received $8,286,377 for fire resistant environmental ensemble trousers.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Booz Allen Hamilton; Cubic Global Defense; General Dynamics; Logistics & Technology Services; Beshenich Muir & Associates; nFocus Solutions (SWMG); Training Technologies & Support; Trideum; Yorktown Systems Group; Leidos received a shared $231,000,000 to help Army Combined Arms Center develop & produce: training & education strategies; scientific human subject studies; doctrine; concepts; instruction; and products for the U.S. military.

Corps Solutions; Claxton Logistics; II Corps Consultants; MTS Technologies received $24,900,000 to provide Training & Education Command a full range of technical & professional training support re: key educational & planning issues, policy, training, and product development at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

Miller Bros. Construction Inc. received $11,485,160 to construct an Army National Guard Training Support Center at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA.

NWF Contractors Inc. received $9,176,349 to construct concrete targets (in accordance with the specifications and drawings) at Eglin AFB.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $21,264,701 to support Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System (CRIIS), which upgrades test & eval instrumentation at Eglin AFB, Edwards AFB, NAS Patuxent River, White Sands Missile Range, Nellis AFB, NAWS China Lake, NAS Point Mugu.

Textron (Beechcraft) received $60,523,373 for Joint Primary Aircraft Training System (T-6) program management and sustainment engineering. Sole-source.

FUEL & ENERGY

Atmos Energy Marketing ($14,803,545); Constellation NewEnergy ($15,948,333); Direct Energy Marketing ($13,535,478); Sage Energy Trading ($11,639,417) received for pipeline quality direct supply natural gas.

CB&I Federal Services received $7,995,410 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing five fuel tanks at the Puget Sound Manchester Fuel Department.

GCCS Inc. received $7,693,264 for building infrastructure repairs of the Central Energy Plant – Bldg. 779, David Grant Medical Center, Travis AFB.

PD Systems Inc. received $30,134,374 to recapitalize the deployable power generation and distribution systems prime power unit or MEP-PU-810 A and B.

Phillips 66 received $8,355,313 for fuel.

Third Coast Packaging Inc. received $11,776,800 for fuel systems icing inhibitor for DLA Energy.

UTILITIES

American Water Operations & Maintenance received $27,388,212 to own, operate, and maintain Food Hood water & wastewater utility distribution systems.

Canoochee Electric Membership Corp. received $8,215,788 to provide electrical distribution utility services to Fort Stewart, GA, and Hunter Army Airfield, including the National Guard, Air Guard, and Coast Guard areas in accordance with an electrical privatization contract.

Doyon Utilities received $17,198,976 for a utility rate adjustment.

Siemens Industry received $48,000,000 for Switchgear Replacement Effort program, specifically supply & install gas insulated switchgear at Arnold AFB; Mountain View, CA; Eglin AFB; Holloman AFB; Kirtland AFB; Wright- Patterson AFB. Sole-source.

SHELTER

Leidos Inc. received $8,718,331 for 13 stand-alone large – multiple person entrance green systems with generators, and 4 tan systems with generators; 11 Tent Kit 2 – of said systems; 25 Structure Kit Unimproved Single Person Entrance tan systems for Joint Expeditionary Collective (PDF) protection.

MEDICAL

Abbott received $11,278,305 for Traumatic Brain Injury Assay development. One bid solicited, one received.

Barr Laboratories Inc. received $35,943,400 for Type 4 and 7 Adenovirus vaccine.

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $8,049,024 for Field Anesthesia Systems, to administer general anesthesia to patients in the field.

Cardinal Health 200 received $46,500,000 for laboratory supplies and wares.  Hologic, Inc. received $721,137,975 for radiology systems, accessories and training.  Physio-Control Inc. received $28,336,500 for medical equipment, maintenance of medical equipment, and/or spare parts for medical equipment.  TQM LLC; The Lighthouse for the Blind; Msgi Corp. received $49,399,990 to support U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency to supply medical, surgical, pharmaceutical, dental, laboratory, veterinary equipment.

Johnson & Johnson received $31,225,350 for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog. Johnson & Johnson received $260,483,625 for orthopedic products. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

NCS Technologies Inc. received $10,240,518 to help upgrade laptops, computers, and devices to improve DHA and MHS interoperability. Delver to Fort Sam Houston.

SAFETY

Anthem Builders Inc. received $7,992,952 to build a new Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Facility at Kingsley Air Base, Klamath Falls, Oregon.

TRANSPORTATION 

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $49,551,053 for MSC Situational Awareness System program Electro-Optics Sensor system (MSC-EOS).

FedEx received $2,351,165,436; Polar Air Cargo Worldwide Inc. received $199,006,989; UPS received $2,350,140,238 for small package delivery of international and domestic shipments. May include shipping FMS.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Bay West; Cape Environmental Management; EA Engineering, Science, & Technology; Hydrogeologic; Los Alamos Technical Associates; Engineering Remediation Resources Group received $60,000,000 for environmental remediation services helping USACE Northwestern Division & EPA Region 2. Bay West; Cape Environmental Management; EA Engineering, Science, & Technology Inc.; Hydrogeologic Inc.; Los Alamos Technical Associates; Sevenson Environmental Services; Engineering/Remediation Resources Group received $60,000,000 for environmental remediation services in support of EPA Region 2 and USACE Northwestern Division.

CTI & Associates Inc. received $8,999,998 to cap the Watson Johnson remediated landfill in Quakertown, Bucks County, PA.

G&RK Consulting Associates; Quality Environmental Professionals; Tantara Associates Corp.; 3E-Plexus Solutions JV received a shared $10,000,000 to help USACE Nashville, TN, with environmental services.

Jacobs Field Services North America received $350,000,000 to support the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program. Remedial activities at the Shallow Land Disposal Area may include developing work plans, emergency response preparedness, environmental monitoring, excavation, waste characterization and segregation, waste evaluation, waste packaging, and transport and disposal of radiological-contaminated materials.

FOOD SERVICES

Bimbo Bakeries USA received $9,725,888 for fresh bread and baked goods.

OhSix Logistics ($22,150,015) and Atlantic Beverage Co. ($9,005,536) received funding for various commercial components for unitized group rations.

DOMESTIC 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.

CoSTAR Services Inc. received $9,769,325 for base operating support at NAS Jacksonville, Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, Naval Station Mayport, Blount Island, and outlying areas.

Pride Industries received $15,911,930 for facility support services at Fort Bliss.

URS Federal Services received $47,682,245 for logistics (supply, transportation, maintenance) to Fort Polk installation & Joint Readiness Training Center.

Vectrus received $97,269,360 for base operations services at Keesler AFB.

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

AECOM (URS); Alion Science & Technology Corp.; Booz Allen Hamilton; Deloitte Consulting; Engility; Leidos; The MIL Corp.; Sabre-DCS-I3 JV received a shared $495,737,308 for program & systems support, including: project, program & portfolio management; business, cost estimating & financial management; life cycle logistics; engineering; business improvement; business analytics; modeling & simulation management; test & evaluation; IT; facilitation, education & training; technical editor, writing & illustration; physical security.

URS received $74,999,999 for warehousing & distribution support services.

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

Accenture Federal Services received $11,971,587 for general funds enterprise business systems – sensitive activities development.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

American Material Handling Equipment Inc. received $925,000,000 for material handling equipment. Work in Nevada, South Korea and Canada.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE

APC Construction received $17,283,825 to build New Orleans to Venice Hurricane Protection System, Plaquemines Parish.

Manson Construction Co. received $14,293,598 for Mississippi comprehensive barrier island restoration project.

ARCHITECT-ENGINEERING SERVICES

For architecture-engineering services for USACE Huntsville, AL, Atkins-MOCA JV; Gallup-Woolpert JV; HDR Engineering Inc.; Parsons Government Services received a shared $13,000,000.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

A&D GC Inc.; Barnhart-Reese Construction; Bristol Design-Build Services; I.E. Pacific; and R.A. Burch Construction received a shared $99,000,000 to build & repair government buildings (admin, armory, auditoriums, bachelor enlisted quarters, child care, fire stations, gymnasiums, hangars, hospitals, maintenance facilities, warehouses, etc.) in NAVFAC Southwest.

Asturian Group Inc. received $7,463,837 to repair and renovate of Navy Gateway Inn & Suites (NGIS) Building A-125, Naval Station Norfolk.

Bullock Tice Associates received $30,000,000 for professional architectural and engineering services in NAVFAC Southeast.

B3 Enterprises; Iron Mike – Bristol JV; MACNAK Construction; Tompco Inc.; Veterans Northwest Construction received a shared $99,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

CH2M Hill Constructors received $18,028,363 for recovery efforts and repairs following a natural disaster at Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany.

CH2M Hill Constructors received $8,957,115 for facility repairs (planning services; HVAC repairs, bldg 1029) at Naval Foundry & Propeller Center, Philadelphia Navy Yard.

Didlake Inc. received $11,598,138 for custodial services at NAS Oceana, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, and Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

GBD JV received $50,000,000 for paving within NAVFAC Washington.

G-W Management Services; Desbuild Inc.; CFM/Severn JV; Ocean Construction Services; C.E.R. Inc.; Tidewater Inc. received a shared $99,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Washington Integrated Product Team Gold: Washington, D.C. (40%), VA (40%), MD (20%).

Herman Construction Group; Patriot Construction; Relyant Global; Zieson Construction received a shared $95,000,000 to help with construction in Kansas City District, northwest division.

John C. Grimberg Co. received $17,885,000 to build the advanced energetics research lab complex at Naval Support Facility Indian Head, Naval Surface Warfare Center.

M J Engineering & Land Surveying PC received $9,900,000 for engineering & sustainment; renovation & modernization projects primarily at Picatinny Arsenal and North Atlantic Division boundaries.

Parsons Brinckerhoff received $10,000,000; Stantec Consulting Services received $10,000,000; Woolpert-RS&H LLC received $10,000,000; Waller, Todd & Sadler Architects Inc. received $10,000,000 for architect-engineer services in support of Norfolk District, USACE.

Weldin Construction received $20,000,000 for maintenance, repair and minor construction at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. received $37,698,655 to design and build an Embassy Security Guard Bachelor Enlisted Quarters and operations facility at Marine Corps Base, Quantico.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $8,218,844 for additional sand and to “revise the borrow area for Beach Replenishment Project” in Stone Harbor, NJ. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $16,727,500 for West Coast hopper dredging in Eureka, CA; Longview, WA; Coos Bay, OR; Astoria, OR.

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

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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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  1. Jennifer Maxwell says:

    I’m sorry that I can’t write a profound or, maybe even interesting comment at the moment because I am physically stunned after reading this list. I don’t consider myself to be a naive person, but this is the first time I have actually seen these gargantuan numbers before my eyes and it really has had a physiological impact on me. To think that all of this is only for the month of April is just mind boggling! I’d have to say that the listing that took the cake was the approximately $30 million for Afghan Army ponchos and liners!! I could certainly understand us wanting to build schools and hospitals (haha!), but $30 million to keep the Afghan Army from getting wet is just too much to take!!

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