Christian Sorensen

Newsbud Contributing Author & Analyst

Christian Sorensen is a writer and an independent journalist. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 2007-2011. He holds advanced degrees in Translation Studies and International Relations. His work focuses on the U.S. war industry.

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

DOD spent $12,867,000,000+ on 142 individual contracts in January 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 $12,867,000,000 on 142 individual contracts during January 2017.  This amount does not include 15 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $587,227,000.

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

Bell-Boeing JPO received $138,616,000 mostly for engineering re: development, testing, integration, validation/verification & incorporation of the Japan configuration into MV-22B Block C & MV-22 containerized flight-training device.

Boeing received $7,587,814 for F/A-18 A-D program management, logistics, and engineering for Switzerland ($3,036,964; 40.02%); Finland ($1,584,800; 20.89%); Malaysia ($912,153; 12.02%); Kuwait ($727,337; 9.59%); Australia ($540,111; 7.12%); Canada ($441,259; 5.81%); Spain ($345,190; 4.55%).

Dyncorp International received $30,790,391 for FMS (Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait): aviation field maintenance services in support of Army Aviation & Missile Command, Aviation Field Maintenance Division overseas operations.

General Atomics received $23,969,228 to provide France with MQ-9 contractor logistics support services phase 1.

General Atomics received $56,656,833 for the Spain MQ-9 Exportable Block 5 Procurement program.

General Atomics received $11,752,919 for Italy MQ-9A Contractor Logistics Support Phase V. Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin received $7,702,239 for contractor logistics support on Iraq’s integrated air defense system.

Lockheed Martin received $7,262,572 to provide Norway with C-130J long-term sustainment.

L-3 received $51,852,276 for FMS (Afghanistan, Iraq): 21,589 M734A1 multi-option fuses and 270,528 M783 point detonating delay fuses.

Northrop Grumman received $9,639,023 for FMS (Australia): in-services support for Counter-Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar (C-RAM) sense & warn capability.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $12,184,292 for professional acquisition support (management: program, financial; admin & other support) for the FMS division, and Airborne Early Warning & Control Systems International Branch at Hanscom AFB and geographically separated units. Involves FMS to Australia, France, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UK and NATO. [NATO just opened a new Center to liaise with the Istanbul Cooperation Initiative, which consists of Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and the UAE.]

Sallyport Global Holdings Inc. received $200,000,000 for base life support, base operations support, and security at Balad Air Base, Iraq.

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES – The U.S. State Department has approved the possible sale of surveillance balloons to Saudi Arabia, which continues to kill many civilians in its war on Yemen.

Raytheon received $9,093,075 for Qatar Air & Missile Defense Operations Center, specifically Cross Domain Solutions development to System Verification Test.

Raytheon received $12,552,161 for FMS (Taiwan, Spain, Kuwait, Israel): PATRIOT engineering services for calendar year 2016.

Lockheed Martin received $7,568,460 to provide Saudi Arabia with C-130J spares and support elements. Sole-source.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Boeing (Insitu) received $70,813,700 for six full rate production Lot I RQ-21A Blackjack UAS for U.S. Navy (3) and USMC (3).

Textron received $475,000,000 for mid-endurance UAS ISR services at multiple locations worldwide, presumably on the RQ-7 Shadow.

Textron received $9,352,070 for contractor logistics support and maintenance training services on 24 aircraft to Train, Advise, Assist Command-Air in support of the Afghan Air Force. Work in Kabul and Kandahar.

COUNTER-UAS

SRC, Inc. received $65,000,000 for development, production, integration, delivery, deployment, and sustainment of up to 15 sets of low slow small unmanned aerial system integrated defeat system.

USEUCOM

URS Federal Services received $9,009,645 to help maintain Army Prepositioned Stock 2 (in Germany) by providing logistics, supply and transportation.

USCENTCOM

DynCorp received $26,485,838 for storage, maintenance, loading, reconstitution, and logistics support of war materiel in Kuwait, Oman, UAE, Qatar.

USSOCOM

St. Michael’s Inc. received $150,000,000 to provide USSOCOM with worldwide mission support (engineering & technical, management support, program management, administrative, professional services).

COGNITION & HUMAN INTERFACE

Infoscitex Corp. and Ball Aerospace & Technologies received a shared $75,000,000 for the Human Interface Research & Technology program. Corporations will work on development & delivery of revolutionary cognitive engineering, team decision-making, human perception, performance and cognitive technologies to deliver persistent situation awareness and improved warfighter decision-making.

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

Northrop Grumman received $9,042,159 for Phase 3 of an unspecified DARPA research program.

Raytheon received $8,031,287 for work on DARPA’s Multi Azimuth Defense Fast Intercept Round Engagement System (MAD-FIRES) program, Phase II (projectile development & performance).

Sotera Defense Solutions received $9,833,515 for Predictive Analysis Software Prototype. Sotera will work on multi-source data fusion, predicting malicious cyber operator activities, and serve as architect & integrator of the experimental software prototype. DARPA funding used.

Sotera Defense Solutions received $11,036,371 to work on a DARPA R&D effort: Technology Demonstrations & Assessments Using a Data Science Approach to Situation Understanding for Counter Insurgency Operations.

ACADEMIA

Central Texas College received $26,837,630 to provide lower level vocational and technical degree/certificate programs and education support services for U.S. Armed Forces in USCENTCOM & USAFRICOM. University of Maryland received $16,236,452 to provide instructional undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs and education services for U.S. Armed Forces in USCENTCOM & USAFRICOM. Locations include Afghanistan, Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt (the Sinai), Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE). Non-competitive.

Charles Stark Draper Laboratory received $53,530,167 for Trident (D5) MK 6 guidance system production with failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement units, electronic assemblies, and electronic modules. United Kingdom funds of $7,867,000 obligated.

OSPREY (V-22)

Honeywell International received $7,641,146 to repair various V-22 parts. Non-competitive per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

FALCON (F-16)

General Electric received $98,133,439 to remanufacture F110 engines. Sole-source.

HORNET (F-18)

Raytheon received $56,401,986 to repair ATFLIR used on F/A-18 aircraft. Non-competitive per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

Boeing received $21,031,225 for F/A-18E/F & EA-18G automated maintenance environment for U.S. Navy ($19,667,784, 93.5%); Australia ($1,363,441; 6.5%).

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Northrop Grumman received $8,121,653 to repair 103 power amplifier modules for E-2D Advanced Hawkeye. Sole-source.

Northrop Grumman received $17,604,406 to procure 63 units of recurring peculiar support equipment and 18 system specification documents for E-2.

STRATEGIC / TACTICAL AIRLIFT

Rolls-Royce received $73,618,490 for C-130J propulsion long term sustainment (inventory control point management, repair, engineering, technical data).

AERIAL REFUELING

Boeing received $2,122,841,088 for KC-46 Lot 3 production: 15 aircraft, data, two spare engines, and five wing refueling pod kits.

CFM International Inc. received $1,969,320,231 for F108 replenishment spare parts. Sole-source. Work in Ohio, USA, and France.

Northrop Grumman received $45,061,664 for ten KC-10 engine overhauls. Northrop Grumman received $17,755,034 for KC-10 contractor logistic support.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Boeing received $983,000,000 to provide engineering services and support on VC-25, E-4B, C-32A, C-40B/C, E-8C, NT-43 aircraft. Sole-source.

General Dynamics (Gulfstream) received $115,686,394 to provide DOD’s C-20 and C-37 fleet with contractor logistics support at Savannah, GA; NAS Sigonella; Ramstein AB; Andrews AFB; Hickam AFB; Marine Corps Base Hawaii; MacDill AFB; Reagan National Airport.  Genera Dynamics (Gulfstream) received $17,608,952 for engineering services on DOD’s C-20 and C-37 fleet.
Northrop Grumman received $140,000,000 for Battle Field Airborne Communication Node (BACN) payload, operations and support.

Northrop Grumman received $35,815,100 to construct a new 45,900 square foot coatings facility at Air Force Plant 42.

Raytheon received $8,086,413 for radio frequency exiters. Sole-source.

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB & AIR FORCE TEST CENTER

Leidos Inc. received $38,000,000 for R&D on Next Generation High Power Electromagnetic (HPEM) sources and components at Kirtland AFB.

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND

Science & Technology Corporation (STC) received $22,346,913 for machining, welding, painting, fabrication at Aberdeen Test Center.

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $22,439,560 for 1,430 strap assembly, main rotor spares (presumably for the Apache helicopter).

Honeywell International received $7,287,899 for overhaul and repair of diffusers (min 40, max 294) for CH-47 Chinook.

Lockheed Martin received $45,845,897 for 29 automatic radar periscope detection & discrimination standard retrofit p-kits for MH-60R aircraft.

Lockheed Martin received $24,025,000 for CH-53K system development & demonstration.

Lockheed Martin received $19,996,526 to integrate advanced off-board electronic warfare into MH-60R/S avionics operating program.

SAIC received $7,475,308 to replicate the pilot-vehicle interface between UH-60M aircrew trainer and the utility helicopter. Work at Redstone Arsenal.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

Aero Turbine Inc. received $128,757,513 to overhaul J85-GE-5/-21 engine components.

INDUSTRIAL BASE – GENERAL

Delta Group Electronics Inc.; NPI Services Inc.; Quality Systems Integrated Corp. received a shared $12,000,000 (potential $30,000,000) to provide custom fabricated electronic parts in support of rapid prototyping.

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

Raytheon received $19,244,980 for seven Multi-Spectral Targeting System (MTS) configuration “D” for U.S. Navy.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $16,873,404 for engineering and logistics on weapon & sensor systems that provide offensive air support and multi-sensor imaging reconnaissance capability for C/KC-130 aircraft. Not competitive.

Specmat Technologies Inc. received $22,271,926 for personnel locator beacons, which assist in locating downed aircrew after ejection or bailout.

AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES

BAE Systems received $67,696,276 for radio frequency countermeasures system design, integration and testing.

FLIGHT TRAINING

Doss Aviation received $290,000,000 for initial flight training (incl. international military students) in preparation for specialized undergraduate pilot, CSO, and RPA training. This involves unspecified FMS.

SUBMARINES

Lockheed Martin received $120,922,810 for Technical Insertion 16 Acoustic-Rapid-COTS Insertion (A-RCI) engineering and Integrated Undersea Surveillance System (IUSS), which provides U.S. Navy with sub detection, identification, and classification.

Northrop Grumman received $22,716,266 to support (engineering, component & full scale test/eval, tactical underwater launcher hardware production) development and production of the Common Missile Compartment.

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE

Advanced Technology International received $99,000,000 to help U.S. Navy’s Manufacturing Technology Composites Manufacturing Center of Excellence.

Andromeda Systems Inc. received $40,620,652 for logistics & technical support (planning, analysis, development, training, equipment management) in support of Fleet Readiness Center Southeast.

BAE Systems received $75,154,288 for USS San Antonio (LPD 17) fiscal 2017 docking phased maintenance availability.

BAE Systems received $51,351,637 for USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) fiscal 2017 depot maintenance period availability.

BAE Systems received $14,375,810 for scheduled selected repair availability (SRA) for USS William P. Lawrence (DDG-110).

Boston Ship Repair LLC received $17,244,435 for 75-calendar day shipyard availability for regular overhaul & dry-docking of USNS Comfort (T-AH 20).

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $13,615,181 for 60-calendar day shipyard availability for overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Medgar Evers (T-AKE 13).

Fincantieri Marine Systems North America Inc. received $15,746,539 to provide maintenance support for the Mine Countermeasure-1 class main propulsion diesel engine and ship service diesel generator. Work in San Diego, CA; Sasebo, Japan; Manama, Bahrain; and ports-of-call. Not competitively procured.

General Dynamics received $19,188,359 for repair and alteration requirements for USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) FY2017 planned incremental availability.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $25,506,823 for advance fabrication efforts in support of FY2018 detail design and construction of USS Enterprise (CVN 80).

ManTech received $11,238,775 for systems operation, sustainment, and support services for Navy’s Ship Maintenance & Logistics Information Systems (SMLIS).

Q.E.D. Systems received $33,469,116 for advanced planning services in support of chief of naval operations availabilities, continuous maintenance availabilities, modernization, maintenance for surface combatant ships (CG 47/DDG 51).

SHIP OPERATION – THIRD PARTY

Crowley Government Services Inc. received $47,305,697 to operate and maintain five Navy Ocean Surveillance Ships (T-AGOS) and two Missile Range Instrumentation Ships (T-AGM).

NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)

General Atomics received $532,614,821 for manufacture, assembly, inspection, test and checkout of Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) delivered onboard CVN 80 aircraft carrier, including installation and checkout spares, repairs, technical data, and drawing changes.

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)

BAE Systems received $24,387,949 for roughly 568,551 hours of logistics services and materials in support of NAWCAD’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division re: C4I projects. Overseas work in Panzer Kaserne, Germany (15%); Afghanistan (6%).  Smartronix Inc. received $26,701,654 for services in support of NAWCAD’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division. Not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

DCS Corp. received $10,514,426 for roughly 166,848 hours technical services (test engineering & support, ground & flight test conduct, test & evaluation analysis; division administration support) in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Air Vehicle Test & Evaluation Division.

Telephonics Corp. received $9,284,737 for engineering and technical services in support of NAWCAD’s Air Traffic Control & Landing Systems Division. Includes comprehensive program to provide hardware systems development, maintenance, training, and repair. Not competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

SPACE & NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND (SPAWAR)

CSRA LLC received $39,140,945 for IT services to support U.S. Navy’s OCONUS Naval Enterprise Network (ONE-Net) in Bahrain, Greece, Guam, Italy, Japan, Poland, South Korea, Romania, Singapore, Spain, UAE. Sole-source.

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

ManTech received $7,600,000 for test and engineering support services for the electronic proving ground at Fort Huachuca.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

SHI International Corp. received $13,657,127 for Microsoft software assurance and license subscription services.

COMMUNICATIONS

Harris Corp. received $403,264,139 for spare parts for various tactical radio systems. Sole-source.

SATELLITES

CDM Smith received $10,000,000 and Merrick & Co. received $10,000,000 for architectural and engineering services (facility sustainment, restoration, modernization; construction) at USAF Academy; Buckley AFB; Cheyenne Mountain; Fort Carson; F.E. Warren AFB; Peterson AFB; Schriever AFB.

Harris Corp. received $16,162,597 for Space Control Depot support, including depot and sustainment engineering; repairable & disposable item management; stock, storage and issuance of spares; hardware and software maintenance.

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

Boeing received $15,626,629 for intercontinental ballistic missile guidance subsystem support at Hill AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $345,580,000 for Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) element development and support services.  .

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

BAE Systems received $177,837,003 to build and commission the new nitrocellulose facility at Radford Army Ammunition Plant.

B‐K Manufacturing Co. Inc. received $11,025,295 for wings and fins for AIM‐120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile, Captive Air Training Missiles ‐120, and Mass Simulation Vehicle Missile. Involves unspecified FMS.

General Dynamics received $8,054,853 for BLU-129/B warhead case assemblies.

Orbital ATK received $45,622,095 for 120mm Advanced Multi-Purpose, High Explosive Multi-Purpose with Tracer cartridges.

Raytheon received $62,489,678 for Small Diameter Bomb (SDB II) munitions, containers, guided test vehicles, trainers, and data.

Raytheon received $17,108,599 for PATRIOT depot level diagnosis, clean up, repair, modification, technical assistance and maintenance.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Amyx Inc. received $189,263,856 to provide Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO) with sensitive mission support (systems engineering & technical assistance; acquisition & program management; operations support; mission-based research & analytical assistance).

General Dynamics received $15,934,335 for demilitarization and disposal of 14,682 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS), rocket pod containers, rockets, and components.

VEHICLES

General Dynamics received $11,863,362 for fire control switchboards in containers. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

JCB Inc. received $7,903,417 for 33 tan high mobility engineer excavators.

L-3 received $33,102,024 for 96 hydro-mechanically propelled transmission, operational reliability, 800-horsepower transmissions and ancillary hardware.

L-3 received $29,913,500 for antenna detectors.

RDO Equipment Co. received $44,900,388 for John Deere parts.

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

Olin Corp. received $90,880,484 for 5.56 millimeter, 7.62 millimeter, and caliber .50, small caliber ammunition cartridges.

Sig Sauer received $580,217,000 for the Modular Handgun System including handgun, accessories, and ammo to replace the current M9 handgun.

CLOTHING

Aurora Industries (Camuy, Puerto Rico) received $89,493,804 for coats and trousers.

Bluewater Defense Inc. (Corozal, Puerto Rico) received $118,695,280 for uniforms for U.S. Army, Navy and Afghan military.

Federal Prison Industries and Bernard Cap Co. received $13,000,000 each for Navy jumpers.

Travis Association for the Blind received $9,799,010 to clean and repair unserviceable, but economically repairable, organizational clothing and equipment for the Regional Logistics Support Center Program – West Region.

FOOTWEAR

McRae Industries Inc. received $9,502,500 for hot weather, flame resistant boots. Rocky Brands Inc. received $8,372,721 for hot weather combat boots. Some work in Puerto Rico. Rocky Brands Inc. received $29,977,740 for tan temperate weather combat boots. Some work in Puerto Rico.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Alpha-Omega Change Engineering received $8,290,188 for F-15E, F-16 and F-22A aircrew training and courseware development at Seymour Johnson AFB, Shaw AFB, Langley AFB, Hill AFB, Mountain Home AFB, Nellis AFB.

INDTAI Inc. received $9,157,863 to support U.S. Army continuing educations system in Installation Management Command education offices.

OST Inc. received $248,000,000 to provide systems engineering and technical assistance support for Program Executive Office, Simulation, Training & Instrumentation.

CBRNE

Cherokee Information Services Inc. (CIS) received $33,560,329 to support DTRA’s Defense Stockpile Management System (DSMS) at Fort Belvoir and Kirkland AFB.

Leidos Inc. received $35,921,608 for scientific and technical services in support of various projects worldwide under DTRA’s Cooperative Biological Engagement program.

UTILITIES

American Water Operations & Maintenance Inc. received $32,553,864, increasing operations & maintenance and renewal & replacement charges.

MEDICAL

AvKARE Inc. received $75,843,792 for extended release metformin (a type 2 diabetes medication) for DOD, Veterans Affairs, Indian Health Services, and BOP. Some work in India.

CACI received $7,832,017 to support the theater enterprise-wide logistics system. CACI will provide software maintenance services to support joint medical logistics functional development center, defense health services, Defense Health Agency as part of the Defense Medical Logistics – Enterprise Solution.

CNI Professional Services; GTW Consultants & Associates; Health Partners Management Group; Medical North America; MindLeaf Technologies Inc. received a shared $66,720,000 for the Medical Support Services program.

General Electric received $14,400,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables and training.

DENTAL

Brasseler USA received $12,000,000 for consumable dental items.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Cabrera Services received $8,141,296 to help the EPA with remediation at the former Eagle Zinc manufacturing facility in Hillsboro, IL.

TEC-AECOM Pacific JV received $10,000,000 for architect-engineering services for preparation of National Environmental Policy Act documents and studies at various Navy and USMC activities located within Pacific Basin and Indian Ocean.

FOOD SERVICES

Employment Source Inc. received $16,483,319 to provide a manager and an alternate for each dining facility at Fort Bragg.

State of Missouri, Department of Social Services received $11,662,024 for 120- days of full-food service operations in dining facilities at Fort Leonard Wood.

BASE SUPPORT - Base operations (a.k.a. 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.

PAE Applied Technologies received $9,215,081 for base operations support services at Keesler AFB.

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

Nine corporations received a shared $249,875,000 (est.) to provide logistics and program management in acquisition & sustainment for life cycle of specified weapons systems, sub-systems, and equipment. Services support Naval Air Systems Command’s Logistics Integration Department (AIR 6.6).

Accent Controls Inc. received $8,140,315 for warehousing and distribution support services.

Marton Technologies Inc. received $9,375,821 for logistics support services at Fort Riley, including maintenance, supply and transportation.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $88,835,544 for USACE information management and information technology enterprise services.

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

Akira Technologies Inc. received $14,890,090 for laser wide-format plotters/printers and toner.

KPMG LLP and St. Michaels Inc. received $93,272,882 each for financial stewardship improvement and sustainment support services.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE

Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. received $19,295,546 for Natomas Basin Reach I contract one levee improvement construction project.

Mississippi Limestone Corp. received $7,604,941 for Mississippi River and tributaries articulated concrete mattress casting.

Reel COH Inc. received $13,945,000 to manufacture and deliver new 585-ton emergency gantry crane for John Day Lock and Dam project.

Weeks Marine, Inc. received $91,992,023 for beach fill, construction, Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet, Ocean County, NJ.

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Baldi Bros. Inc. received $10,663,069 to repair Taxiway Charlie at Naval Base Ventura County.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

Akima Intra-Data LLC received $14,243,860 for civil engineer services (engineering, environmental, operations, maintenance, emergency management) at MacDill AFB.

American Systems Corp.; Bevilacqua Research Corp.; Scientific Research Corp.; Wyle Laboratories received a shared $51,711,700 for joint test & evaluation engineering services for USACE, Vicksburg, MS.

Civil Works Contracting; CMC Building; Garry Jacques; Mitchell Brothers; Rocky Hill Contracting received $95,000,000 (max.) for construction projects in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Marine Corps Integrated Product Team (IPT).

Forest Products; Middle Atlantic Wholesale Lumber; S&S Forest Products; Sylvan Forest Products received a shared $28,000,000 for wood products.

Gilbane Federal received $7,204,728 for a motor gas fuel project at San Clemente Island.

Grunley Construction Co. received $28,932,000 to provide major interior renovations required for administrative facilities. Includes design & construction of SCIF, vertically aligned Telecommunication Rooms (TR), and replacement of associated telecommunications systems.

Hawaii Pacific JV LLC received $9,800,000 for major repairs and renovations at the Legal Services Facility, Building 215, Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

HDR Engineering Inc. received $30,000,000 for various civil projects and other projects under NAVFAC Pacific

Kenall-Freese and Nichols 8(A) Mentor Protégé received $10,000,000 for architect engineering services, southwestern division, Fort Worth District, military projects set-aside.

L.S. Black Constructors Inc. received $18,758,000 to design and build a new dormitory at Offutt AFB.

Simcon Corp. received $7,995,741 to renovate Building 102 at Fort Leavenworth.

DREDGING

Amherst Madison and Ohio River Salvage received $45,000,000 for regional dredging for Great Lakes & Ohio River division.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $88,526,495 for Mississippi comprehensive barrier island restoration, Ship Island Phase One.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $13,999,968 for dredging and removal of rock refusal areas in Philadelphia, PA.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $7,435,825 for maintenance dredging in Morehead City Harbor Ocean Bar, Carteret County, NC.

Marinex Construction Inc. received $16,276,499 for Savannah inner harbor maintenance dredging.

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

 

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.

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES

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.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

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.

USAFRICOM

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.

USCENTCOM

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.

USPACOM

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.

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

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.

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

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.

VIP TRANSPORT

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).

INVASIVE ISR AIRCRAFT

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).

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

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.

RAPTOR (F-22)

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.

OSPREY (V-22)

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.

FALCON (F-16)

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.

HORNET (F-18)

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.

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

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.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

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

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

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

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

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.

STRATEGIC / TACTICAL AIRLIFT

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.

AERIAL REFUELING

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

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

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.

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB & AIR FORCE TEST CENTER

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

NAVAL RESEARCH LAB

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.

HELICOPTERS

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.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

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.

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

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

AIRCRAFT COUNTERMEASURES

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.

AEGIS

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.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

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.

SUBMARINES

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).

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE & UPGRADES

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.

SHIP WEAPONRY

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.

NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)

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).

NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)

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).

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)

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.

COMMUNICATIONS

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

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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.

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

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.

SATELLITES

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).

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

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.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

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.

VEHICLES

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).

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

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.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

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.

MORALE, WELFARE & RECREATION (MWR)

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.

FORCE PROTECTION

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).

CLOTHING

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.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

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.

CBRNE

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.

FUEL & ENERGY

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.

MEDICAL

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.

DENTAL

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

ENVIRONMENTAL

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.

FOOD SERVICES

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.

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

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.

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

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.

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

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

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE

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.

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

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

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

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.

DREDGING

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.

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

DOD Spent $33,413,000,000+ on 186 Individual Contracts in November 2016

The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Our project distills an entire month of these contracts into an accessible form.

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $33,413,000,000 on 186 individual contracts during November 2016. This amount does not include nineteen Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $1,869,924,000.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

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

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

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

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

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

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

SALIENT & VAGUE

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

 USNORTHCOM

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

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

 USSOUTHCOM

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

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

USCENTCOM

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

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

USSOCOM

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

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

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

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

 ACADEMIA

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

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

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

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

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

 CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

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

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

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

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

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

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

RAPTOR (F-22)

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

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

OSPREY (V-22)

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

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

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

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

EAGLE (F-15)

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

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

GROWLER & HORNER COMMON AIRFRAME

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

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

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

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

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

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

AERIAL REFUELING

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

VIP TRANSPORT

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

OTHER FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT

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

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

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

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB

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

HELICOPTERS

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

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

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

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

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

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

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

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

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

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

AEGIS

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

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

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

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

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

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

SUBMARINES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE & DEVELOPMENT

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

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

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

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

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

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

NAVAL RESEARCH LAB

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

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

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

COMMUNICATIONS

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

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

MICROELECTRONICS

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

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

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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

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

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

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

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

SATELLITES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

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

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

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

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

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

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

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

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

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

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

ORDNANCE MANAGEMENT

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

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

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

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

MOBILE RADAR

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

VEHICLES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

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

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

CLOTHING

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

EDUCATION & TRAINING

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

CBRNE

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

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

FUEL & ENERGY

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

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

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

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

MEDICAL

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

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

ENVIRONMENTAL

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

MAPPING

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

FOOD SERVICES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

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

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

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

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

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

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

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

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

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

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

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

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE

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

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

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

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

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

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

DREDGING

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

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

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

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

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DOD Spent $10,635,283,000+ on 142 Individual Contracts in October 2016

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

CFM International Inc. received $14,724,356 to provide Australia with supplies and services required for CFM56 engine field assessment, unscheduled engine repair, and technical assistance. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1a2.

Conti Federal Services received $64,580,000 for construction at site 13414 in Israel.

Lockheed Martin received $31,069,159 to provide shipboard testing and integration in support of Japan’s Aegis modernization program.

Lockheed Martin received $20,564,338 to upgrade Italy’s C-130J Operational Flight Trainer and Cockpit Avionics Part Task Trainer.

Lockheed Martin received $11,815,569 for engineering & logistics on MK 92 Fire Control System life-cycle maintenance (overhaul, install, maintain) to USA and FMS (Poland, Saudi Arabia).

Nibor Enterprises Inc. received $11,470,618 to work on “projects 13372, 13416, and 13493” for Israel.

Northrop Grumman received $14,375,411 to provide Japan E-2D spares and support equipment

Swiftships LLC received $14,591,075 for continuous lifecycle support (maintenance, repairs, platform overhaul support) on Iraqi Navy patrol boats, offshore vessels, and defender boats. Work at Umm Qasr Naval Base, Iraq.

Textron (AAI) received $206,561,704 to provide Australia with RQ-7B Shadow contractor logistics sustainment services.

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES

Lockheed Martin received $41,651,752 for two long-range Gap Filler Radar and three upgrades. LM will also integrate radar into overall command, control and communications system at Hanscom AFB. 100% FMS to Jordan. Sole-source.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

General Atomics received $310,000,000 for MQ-1C logistics and sustainment support.

Northrop Grumman received $10,362,211 for one MQ-8C Fire Scout system.

General Atomics received $43,736,111 and Northrop Grumman received $35,752,362 for MQ-25 risk reduction activities (including refine concepts; develop trade space) ahead of engineering and manufacturing phases. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $190,254,770 for continued Hunter UAV contractor logistic support in Sierra Vista, AZ (48%) and Afghanistan (52%).

USSOUTHCOM

Telecommunication Support Services Inc. (TSS) received $8,625,586 for Mobile Air Surveillance System technical support. TSS operates & supports Joint Inter-Agency Task Force-South satellite communications network at Key West, Colombia, and throughout USSOUTHCOM.

USCENTCOM

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $7,796,863 for uniforms for the Afghan National Army. One bid solicited, one received.

DynCorp received $27,472,250 (FY2017 OCO funds) for logistics support (serviceability check, deployment out-load, in-transit visibility, receipt, set-up, inventory, sustainment, condition sampling, redeployment / onward movement of assets & systems, tear-down & reconstitution, refurbishment, storage) of war materiel in Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, UAE, Shaw AFB.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $46,330,897 to manage (receive, repair, maintain, store, issue) Army prepositioned stock in support of 401st Army Field Support Battalion, Kuwait.

USSOCOM

Armtec Countermeasures Co. received $7,455,542 for Airborne Expendable Infrared Countermeasures to meet USSOCOM Joint Urgent Operational Needs Statement (JUONS) requirements. Sole-source.

Offshore Service Vessels received $9,471,750 to provide U.S. flagged vessel M/V C-Champion for Special Operations Command Pacific (SOCPAC) maritime security operations.

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

Raytheon received $174,746,702 for research on DARPA’s Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept (HAWC) program.

DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)

Booz Allen Hamilton received $143,931,988 to support Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Officer Operations & Management functions.

Cyberspace Solutions LLC received $51,537,221 to support the Intelligence Community Security Coordination Center (ICSCC) in the Division of Cyber & Enterprise Operations for DIA.

Intrepid Solutions & Services Inc. received $35,106,772 to support the Division for Facilities Services, the Office of Corporate Communications, and the Directorate of Intelligence, Joint Staff (J2).

ACADEMIA & THINK TANKS

Battelle Memorial Institute received $12,000,000 for chemical, life sciences, material sciences, physics & electronics, and medical & health research for Research Triangle Park (RTP).

RAND Corp. received $20,681,746 for 39 individual research studies on “matters of strategic importance to the Army.”

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group Ltd. received $9,156,518 for professional acquisition support services (program and financial management; admin and related support) for Operational Command & Control and Force Protection Division in support of U.S. and allied combatants, intelligence operations, ISR operations, and homeland defense at Hanscom AFB and geographically separated units.

Valdez International Corp. received $33,273,654 to help operate and sustain USAF Information Network at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Peterson, Andrews, Scott, Wright-Patterson, and Lackland AFBs.

DOD High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP)

Cray Inc. received $26,559,500 for high performance computing systems, administration, and maintenance in Vicksburg, MS.

Silicon Graphics received $17,646,418 and received $8,913,082 for high performance computing systems, administration, and maintenance at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Lockheed Martin received $12,478,868 to construct a 34,300 square foot F-35 acceptance test facility in Fort Worth, Texas.

Lockheed Martin received $743,169,377 for LRIP lot 9 F-35: diminishing manufacturing & material shortages redesign & development, estimated post production concurrency changes and country unique requirements. This will also establish not-to-exceed prices for 1 F-35A and 1 F-35B for a non-DOD participant. Purchases: USAF $207,389,821 (27.9%), USN $85,533,666 (11.5%), USMC $91,923,008 (12.4%), non-DOD $332,940,791 (44.8%); FMS $25,382,091 (3.4%).

RAPTOR (F-22)

Lockheed Martin received $7,669,026 for F-22 sustainment activities. Lockheed Martin received $15,959,927 for F-22 integrated maintenance information systems development lifecycle depot activation to stand-up depot partnering capability at Hill AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $20,444,111 for touch labor & installs at Ogden Depot and F-22 operational bases (Hill, Langley, Nellis, Tyndall, Elmendorf, Hickam).

Lockheed Martin received $536,375,871 for F-22 sustainment services.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell Boeing JPO received $9,770,874 for four V-22 Block A to B (50/60 series) upgrade retrofit kit installs, including technical support.

Hamilton Sundstrand received $9,201,336 to repair the constant frequency generator used on V-22 aircraft. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1).

HORNET (F-18)

Analysis Modeling & Programming Sciences Inc. received $35,708,232 for F/A-18 engineering stress analysis and design modification on aircraft repairs at Fleet Readiness Center South West, North Island, CA.

Boeing received $196,691,034 for F/A-18 spare parts. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Harris Corp. received $21,960,386 for development and qualification of 12 new digital receivers and technique generator shop replacement assemblies for Australia’s ALQ-214(V)4/5 on-board jammer system.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

AMI Industries Inc. received $8,639,556 for 16 E-6B Aircrew Mission Seats, production shipsets.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Rolls-Royce received $18,571,295 to repair T56-A-427 engines and accessories.

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

Boeing received $31,070,335 for engineering and testing on Liquid Air Palletized System (LAPS) in support of P-8A aircraft.

ERAPSCO received $203,712,650 for sonobuoys: up to 6,000 AN/SSQ-36; 95,000 AN/SSQ-53; 15,500 AN/SSQ-62; 10,000 AN/SSQ-101; 15,000 AN/SSQ0125.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Northrop Grumman received $40,502,888 to repair APN-241 Low Power Color Radar on C-130. Sole-source.

AERIAL REFUELING

Boeing received $32,000,000 for KC-10/KDC-10 engineering sustainment support.

Northrop Grumman received $54,073,997 for twelve KC-10 engine overhauls.

Northrop Grumman received $42,320,926 for contractor logistic support on KC-10 aircraft and spares worldwide (incl. McGuire AFB, Travis AFB, Hickam AFB, Yakota Air Base, and Tinker AFB).

AIR FORCE TEST & EVALUATION

Aviation Systems Engineering Co. received $35,287,138 for technical, analytical, admin, and material services to Air Test & Evaluation Squadron One, Operational Test & Evaluation Force, Patuxent River, MD.

Bevilacqua Research Corp. received $25,876,919 additional diverse R&D, test & evaluation, and acquisition support at Eglin AFB, Hurlburt Field, Nellis AFB, Joint Base Lewis McChord, Edwards AFB for AFTC.

COLSA Corp. received $44,888,533 for technical and management advisory services including C4ISR and cyber support (involving R&D; test & evaluation; acquisition support) at Eglin AFB, Hanscom AFB, Gunter Annex, Patrick AFB, Edwards AFB, and San Antonio, TX, for AFTC. Involves small, unspecified FMS.

QuantiTech Inc. received $25,716,024 for additional R&D, test & evaluation, and acquisition support services Eglin AFB, Arnold AFB, Hickam AFB, Holloman AFB, Wright-Patterson AFB for AFTC.

Torch Technologies Inc. received $24,323,545 for advisory services re: armament support, specifically diverse R&D, technical, test & evaluation, and acquisition support services at Eglin and Kirkland AFB for AFTC.

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $80,240,233 for logistics on Apache components, services and supplies.

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $7,081,709 for 42 control display units (CDU) replacements on HH-60G aircraft. Sole-source.

General Electric received $45,837,517 to provide support services on various T700 engines.

Robertson Fuel Systems received $16,720,000 for MH-60R Seahawk spare parts. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

LTM Inc. received $35,443,146 for engineering on various aircraft, engines, components, and support systems for U.S. Navy and USMC in Havelock, NC (90%); various locations within USA (10%).

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

Quantum Imaging Inc. received $8,195,366 for short-wave infrared camera assemblies; visible-near infrared camera, low-light scientific complementary metal-oxide semiconductor camera; repairs; and provisioning item order spare parts for the Multi-spectral Targeting System. Sole-source.

SURVICE Engineering Co. received $15,227,012 for SEEK EAGLE program modeling, analysis, and tools support at Eglin AFB.

Thales Defense & Security received $14,057,654 for 3 additional Deployable Instrument Landing System (D-ILS PDF) production representative units.

FLIGHT & AIRCREW TRAINING

BGI LLC received $7,424,343 for EC-130H and A-10 contract aircrew training and courseware development at Davis-Monthan AFB and Moody AFB.

PAE Aviation & Technical Services received $14,938,540 for maintenance of aerial targets, and operations & maintenance of range instrumentation systems at Tyndall AFB; maintenance of full-scale aerial targets at Holloman AFB.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $60,930,793 for ship integration and test of Aegis Weapon System for Baselines through Advanced Capability Build (ACB) 12.

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Austal USA received $12,029,452 for engineering and management in support of USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10) post shakedown availability planning and design. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $10,533,970 for USS Milwaukee (LCS-5) emergent availability advanced planning and execution in Mayport, FL.

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $18,882,390 for Deep Reliable Acoustic Path Exploitation System (DRAPES) dummy array hardware, design, and construction; modification and construction of three DRAPES field configuration arrays with telemetry for processing at Naval Ocean Processing Facility (NOPF).

General Dynamics received $101,295,930 to manufacture 22 tactical missile tubes (in Quonset Point, RI) for the Ohio-class replacement.

General Dynamics received $120,063,189 and $56,137,263 in the same contract for maintenance, repair, alterations, testing and routine work onboard USS Montpelier (SSN 765) during its scheduled interim dry-docking.

International Marine & Industrial Applicators received $21,463,020 for preservation and non-submarine safety structural repairs and maintenance on USS Maine (SSBN 741) in Bremerton, WA.

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $7,561,403 for 45-calendar day shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Spearhead (T-EPF 1).

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $9,252,917 for 90-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Zeus (T-ARC 7).

General Dynamics received $7,085,057 for USS Shippingport (ARDM-4) operation and maintenance.

General Dynamics received $83,027,550 for FY2017 phased maintenance availability for USS Boxer (LHD-4).

General Dynamics received $34,468,958 for FY2017 USNS Lewis B. Puller (T-ESB 3) Post Shakedown Availability, which includes some work to deliver full complement of Special Operation Forces capability.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $9,635,835 for planning, engineering, design, material procurement/kitting, and other work ahead of USS John Finn (DDG 113) post shakedown availability. Non-competitive.

SHIP WEAPONRY

BAE Systems received $12,149,950 for shipboard C4I electronic communication systems (R&D, design, integration, testing, installation, training, certification) in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Ship & Air Integrated Warfare Division (Air 4.11.3) in St. Inigoes, MD (75%) and California, MD (25%).

Northrop Grumman received $18,717,698 for development and production of common missile compartment: engineering, test & evaluation, and tactical underwater launcher hardware production.

Raytheon received $28,056,574 for FY2016 Navy Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) MK 49 Mod 3 launching system requirements. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4) - International Agreement.

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

General Dynamics received $106,175,548 for long lead time material, engineering, and non-production support for Expeditionary Mobile Base 5 (EMB) (a.k.a. Mobile Landing Platform Afloat Forward Staging Base). Not competitive.

Global Technical Systems Inc. received $18,476,064 for 36 Technical Insertion Twelve Hybrid (TI-12H) Common Processing System (CPS) water-cooled advanced production units.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $120,000,000 for additional long lead time material (machinery control system components & software, cargo & aircraft elevators, gas turbines, refrigeration units) in support of Landing Helicopter Assault Replacement (LHA(R)) Flight 1 Amphibious Assault Ship (LHA 8).

Lockheed Martin received $214,536,353 for performance based logistics maintenance and support services for up to 400 Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) stations and 150 reconfigurable transportable CASS stations for U.S. Navy/USMC ($189,937,788; 88.5%); Kuwait ($8,948,752; 4%); Australia ($6,676,572; 3%); Malaysia ($3,766,332; 1.5%); Finland ($3,041,007; 1%); Spain ($1,082,951; 1%); Italy ($1,082,950; 1%).

Raytheon received $19,495,001 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) Design Agent and Engineering Services efforts. FMS Japan = $1,493,089.

COMMUNICATIONS

Force 3 LLC received $11,373,470 for Land Mobile Radio [LMR PDF] hardware and accessories (additional 4,888 items) in Ramstein AB; Lajes Field; Moron AB; RAF Lakenheath; Aviano AB; Spangdahlem AB; RAF Mildenhall; RAF Alconbury; RAF Croughton. Force 3 LLC received $9,999,999 for Land Mobile Radio hardware and accessories (additional 7,172 items) Ramstein AB; Lajes Field; Moron AB; RAF Lakenheath; Aviano AB; Spangdahlem AB; RAF Mildenhall; RAF Alconbury; RAF Croughton.

L-3 Communications received $499,987,656 for common data link and satellite communications support services.

Motorola Solutions Inc. received $20,459,980 for lifecycle sustainment of NAVFAC Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program Enterprise Land and Mobile Radio system at various Navy installations worldwide.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Intrepid Solutions & Services Inc. received $45,370,000 for technical support to NASIC to maintain, enhance, operate infrastructure (user accounts, workstations, networks, circuits, storage, servers) and incorporate new capabilities.

TRI-COR Industries Inc. received $17,819,945 for services on infrastructure and applications support, information assurance, testing, configuration management, and training for Mobility Air Force Command & Control and In-Transit Visibility/Business Systems.

SATELLITES

Lockheed Martin received $92,800,000 for Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) engineering services, logistics, spares, and associated material. Sole source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1), one responsible source (FAR 6.302-1).

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

BAE Systems received $56,566,975 for Trident II systems engineering and integration services. Includes work on SSGN attack weapon system and “nuclear weapon surety.” Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and (4).

Boeing received $32,751,030 for labor, services, and materials on Trident II inertial navigation equipment. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) & (4).

Raytheon received $9,346,776 for antenna equipment unit T1 transformers and IBM crypto coprocessors for MDA.

OTHER NUCLEAR WEAPONRY

Honeywell International received $10,023,918 to repair and refurbish the Pendulous Integrating Gyroscopic Accelerometer (PIGA) float for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

BAE Systems received $618,343,700 for Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) II full-rate production lots 5-7 for USA, Iraq, Lebanon, Netherlands, Jordan, and Australia. Includes upgrades of WGU-59/B 2.75” system to a semi-active laser guided precision weapon. Not competitive.

BAE Systems received $7,189,680 for work on insensitive munitions ingredients production facility in building G8 (phase 2, part 2) at Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP), Kingsport, TN.

Lockheed Martin received $13,438,811 for phased array tracking radar intercept on target advanced capability and PATRIOT missile segment enhancement engineering services, year three.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

CACI International Inc. received $1,773,158,264 for deployable analytical operations, intelligence, and training services to support JIDO’s global Focused Support/Decisive Effort mission to defeat adversaries that employ improvised-threat weapons. CACI personnel will be embedded globally with U.S. forces.

VEHICLES

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $14,170,676 to provide RG-31 program of record engineering change package parts for Medium Mine Protective Vehicle, type two, and legacy vehicles.

DRS Sustainment Systems received $37,713,492 for one-twelve early entry fluid distribution systems.

General Dynamics received $14,842,145 for M1 Abrams tank distribution boxes.

General Dynamics received $508,709,732 to upgrade an estimated 215 Stryker flat bottom vehicles to the double-V hull configuration.

CLOTHING

Goodwill Industries of South Florida Inc. received $18,258,000 for Army combat uniform coats and trousers. ReadyOne Industries Inc. received $74,869,295 for protective coveralls and ensembles and expedient repair kits. Rocky Brands Inc. received $101,915,091 for hot weather combat boots. UNICOR/Federal Prison Industries received $12,315,000 for physical fitness uniforms.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

A Harold & Associates; CACI-CMS Information Systems; Camber Corp.; General Dynamics; Salient Federal Solutions; URS Federal Services received $112,690,000 for curriculum maintenance and development services in support of Naval Education Training Command’s (NETC) Naval Training Products & Services Program.

Cognition-Marton JV; FITT Scientific LLC; Red River Science & Technology; Yorktown Systems Group Inc. received a shared $200,000,000 for instructor, training support and training development services at Fort Lee, VA.

M1 Support Services received $10,498,529 for ground instructional training aircraft, static display aircraft, trainers, equipment, and munitions trainer maintenance services at Sheppard AFB and NAS Pensacola.

Northrop Grumman received $33,918,230 for another six months of services [Mission Command Training (MCTP) for U.S. Army leadership] at Fort Leavenworth.

CBRNE

McCrone Associate Inc. received $90,875,000; Schafer Vallecitos Laboratories Inc. received $90,080,000 for 24/7/365 non-personal services to process and analyze particle samples for USAF Technical Application Center's nuclear treaty monitoring mission. Sole-source.

FUEL & ENERGY

American Petroleum Tankers received $29,652,000 to provide one U.S.-flagged Jones Act tanker (M/T Empire State) for transporting petroleum for DLA.

Freeman Holdings LLC received $14,528,980 for various types of fuel. Mobil Oil received $12,684,765 for gasoline and diesel fuel in Guam.

C.E. Niehoff & Co. received $8,965,714 for generator engines. Sole-source.

Virginia Electric & Power Co. received $23,361,613 for electricity distribution and supply to the Pentagon and other buildings in Northern Virginia. Sole-source.

MEDICAL

Avosys Technology Inc. received $48,000,000 to provide health care workers for a full range of clinical support services at Davis-Monthan AFB.

Nihon Kohden America Inc. received $35,340,720 for patient monitoring equipment. North American Rescue LLC received $107,200,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA’s electronic catalog.

Oceanic Medical Products Inc. received $15,000,000 for a portable field anesthesia machine, anesthesia service kits, and related accessories.

TRANSPORTATION 

BryMak & Associates Inc. received $22,442,511 for Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) – Lackland bus services.

Textainer Equipment Management received $16,849,097 for USTRANSCOM program management, leasing, transportation, and repair of intermodal equipment.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Energy & Environment; FPM Remediations Inc.; G&RK Consulting Associates LLC; Trihydro Corp. received $50,000,000 for environmental remediation services for USACE, South Atlantic Division.

FOOD SERVICES

Labatt Food Service received $12,024,426 for food distribution in Texas and New Mexico. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1). Sysco received $130,500,000 for full food line distribution.

SOPAKCO Inc. ($80,988,750); Ameriqual Packaging ($68,643,750); The Wornick Co. ($52,400,000) received funding for various meals, ready-to-eat (MRE).

The Wornick Co. received $77,662,030 for wet pack fruit components.

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.

Fred L. Hawkins Company; M2 Electric; Relyant Global received a shared $9,999,999 for range maintenance support at U.S. Army Aberdeen Test Center.

The Pacific Architects & Engineers Inc. received $20,611,445 for civil engineering services necessary to manage and operate base operating support services and civil engineering at Sheppard AFB; Frederick Airfield, OK; Lake Texoma, TX.

Railroad Construction Co. received $8,899,539 for base operations support services at Naval Weapons Station Earle.

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

BAE Systems received $8,142,655 to support the Diminishing Manufacturing Sources & Material Shortages (DMSMS) program.

DynCorp International received $63,332,000 for contractor operated and maintained base supply support at Columbus AFB, Laughlin AFB, Randolph AFB, Sheppard AFB, Vance AFB, NAS Pensacola, NAS Whiting Field, NAS Patuxent River, and NAS Corpus Christi.

HX5 LLC received $7,328,152 to help 98 Army National Guard flying units with mission planning.

Olgoonik Technical Services LLC received $10,656,349 for warehousing and distribution support services.

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

Wolf Creek Federal Services Inc. received $28,586,263 for base operations support in NAVFAC Marianas: Santa Rita, Guam (60%) Yigo, Guam (40%).

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT

Andries & Associates LLC received $23,417,2137 for hauling and installing mobile housing units. Covenant General Contractors Inc. received $22,235,503 for hauling and installing mobile housing in the area covered by FEMA-4277-DR-LA. Quaternary Resources Investigation LLC received $22,067,588 for hauling and installing mobile housing in the area covered by FEMA-4277-DR-LA.

CMS Construction Inc. received $7,030,932 to build segment B3 Green Brook flood risk management project.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

AECOM Technical Services Inc. received $15,000,000 to manage (engineering & administration) the construction division, Savannah District.

G-W Management Services received $9,668,364 to design and build the ammunition supply point expansion at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

KPB Architects-Coffman Engineers JV received $18,000,000 for multi-discipline services in Alaska.

Maven Construction & Environmental received $15,000,000 for roofing repairs at Naval Support Activity, Crane; and Glendora Test Facility, Sullivan.

Trane U.S. Inc. received $27,020,400 for energy improvements at NAS Oceana.

Zodiac-Poettker JV received $26,340,224 to build (phase one) the Air Force Reserve Command consolidated mission complex on Robins AFB.

DREDGING

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $32,595,369 for dredging the Delaware Main Channel.

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

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

DOD SPENDING SPREE- SEPTEMBER 2016, PART I

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

AM General received $108,766,885 to provide Afghanistan with 433 HMMWV.

BAE Systems received $53,868,769 to upgrade and repair 32 M109A5 Howitzers for Brazil.

Barber-Nichols Inc. received $10,744,868 for alternators, regulators, and long lead material for the Mk 48 (Mod 6 & Mod 7) Heavyweight Torpedo Program. Involves FMS to Canada, Netherlands, and Turkey.

Boeing (Insitu) received $9,802,042 to provide Tunisia with ScanEagle launch and recovery equipment, spares, and support services. Work in Bizerte, Tunisia (50%); Bingen, WA (40%); Beja, Tunisia (10%).

Boeing received $25,200,000 for engineering activities to ensure the Japan Mission Computing Upgrade system meets special engineering requirements driving export authorization for E-767 aircraft.

Boeing received $81,271,024 for 22 Lot 89 Harpoon missiles, containers, and components for India.

Bukkehave Inc. received $25,935,000 to provide Iraq with 600 Toyota Land Cruiser 4-door pickup trucks. Work in UAE. Bukkehave Inc. received $18,251,875 to provide Iraq with Mercedes Benz Atego transport, water tank, and fuel trucks. Bukkehave Inc. received $13,489,972 to provide Iraq with 300 Toyota Land Cruiser four-door pickup trucks and spare parts. Work in UAE.

CAS Inc. received $10,569,408 for FMS (Mexico, Tunisia, Egypt, Taiwan, UAE, Colombia, Jordan, Brazil, Thailand, Bahrain, Sweden, Slovakia): Utility Helicopter project office labor hours and travel.

CFM International received $12,038,044 for one spare CFM56-7B27AG04 engine. Work in Villaroche, France. FMS to South Korea. Sole-source.

Conti Federal Services received $17,271,723 to construct an UAV facility in Israel.

Honeywell International received $12,984,800 for FMS (Qatar, Netherlands, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico): 139 units of embedded GPS/inertial navigation system.

Lockheed Martin received $132,600,829 to provide France with two KC-130J aircraft.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $148,725,000 to provide Taiwan National Airborne Service Corp. with six UH-60M.

Lockheed Martin received $55,521,060 to provide Israel with one C-130J aircraft.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $38,386,000 to provide Tunisia with four UH-60M aircraft

L-3 received $31,984,015 for FMS (Afghanistan, Iraq, Niger) for point detonating delay fuses.

Maritime Helicopter Support Co. received $28,111,373 for Phase III life support work on 24 MH-60R aircraft for Australia. Includes some maintenance, repair, and program management tasking. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-4.

Northrop Grumman received $7,771,012 to provide Pakistan with contractor logistic support (CLS) supporting their two King Air -350 aircraft and two KA-350 extended range ISR aircraft. Sole-source.

Oshkosh Defense received $378,137,998 for FMS (Cameroon, Iraq, Somalia): 1,543 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (MTV) and three 78-gallon armor B-Kit corrosion prevention compound for vehicles.

Oshkosh Defense received $31,159,954 to provide Iraq with 149 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles and 19 B-kits.

PKL Services Inc. received $11,908,688 for aircraft maintenance and operation services for Singapore at Mountain Home AFB.

Raytheon received $9,800,314 to provide AMRAAM components that are being phased out or discontinued. FMS: Australia, South Korea, Romania, and Saudi Arabia.

Raytheon received $35,650,000 for FMS (German, Netherlands, Kuwait, UAE): PATRIOT missile PDB-8 kits.

Raytheon received $43,113,871 for AIM-9X Block II all up round tactical full-rate production Lot 16 missiles for Japan (4), Norway (20), and Taiwan (40); Block II captive air training missiles for Norway (30) Taiwan (40); all up round containers for Norway (16) & Taiwan (23); and other spare parts for Norway and Taiwan. Purchases: Taiwan ($25,471,893, 59.08%); Norway ($15,935,179; 36.96%); Japan ($1,706,799; 3.96%).

Raytheon received $44,136,550 for GPS Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Modules (SAASM) Lightning Strikes program. Sole-source. This is FMS to 57 unspecified nations.

Rolls Royce Corp. received $20,737,346 to provide France and Israel with spare C-130J AE2100D3 engines. Sole-source.

Textron (Bell) received $52,248,119 to provide Kenya with five Huey II helicopters, spare parts, management, special tools, and program necessities.

Textron (Beechcraft) received $12,190,497 for contractor logistics support (basic life support, cost per flight hour, aircraft components and accessories) to the Iraq King Air 350 program.

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $42,397,600 for F100-PW-229 engine support (installation, spares, modules, logistics, studies, repair, reports) to Iraq and Morocco. Sole-source.

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES

Lockheed Martin received $10,357,916 to provide Kuwait with Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight (M-TADS) postproduction support on AH-64D Apache helicopters. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $17,767,875 for FMS (Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Qatar): work on Modernized Radar Frequency Interferometer (M-RFI) Lot 1 systems for AH-64E.

Lockheed Martin received $39,500,000 to provide Jordan with production and sustainment of two F-16 air combat training centers. Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $91,832,211 to provide Saudi Arabia with eight utility helicopter aircraft.

Northrop Grumman received $11,022,355 to provide Saudi Arabia with additional Joint Threat Emitter provisional spares.

Oshkosh Defense received $17,080,930 to provide FMS (Oman, Jordan, and Iraq) with 54 635NL trailers, spare parts, and manuals.

PKL Services received $495,000,000 to train the Saudi Arabia Air Force on F-15 aircraft maintenance upgrades.

Al Raha Group for Technical Services (Riyadh, KSA) received $355,903,318 for F-15 Saudi Arabia integrated fleet support services. Sole-source.

Textron (Bell) received $34,541,911 to provide Uganda five Huey II helicopters, spare parts, program management, special tools, and other necessities.

Tukuh Technologies LLC received $22,000,000 to provide Air Force Security Assistance Training (AFSAT) Squadron with manpower support for admin, project management, and mission training at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA)-Randolph. Sole-source. FMS: Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Jordan, Lebanon, Netherland, Israel, Poland, UK, France, Romania, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan, and India.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Aerovironment (AV) received $22,776,812 for Switchblade inert training vehicles.

Boeing (Insitu) received $21,563,518 for LRIP of Lot V RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aircraft systems for U.S. Navy (1) and Canada (1).

Boeing received $43,354,421; Lockheed Martin received $43,606,518 for MQ-25 risk reduction activities (incl. refine concepts and develop trade space) prior to engineering and manufacturing. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

CAE USA Inc. received $37,889,432 for MQ-1 and MQ-9 aircrew training and courseware development at Creech AFB; Holloman AFB; March ARB; and Hancock ANG Base.

General Atomics received $17,334,054 for Software 4.3.4 and “final operational test and evaluation maintenance build.” General Atomics received $25,287,320 for four Gray Eagle War replacement aircraft and four satellite air data terminals.

Neany Inc. received $49,168,370 for unmanned aerial systems persistent ground surveillance capability.

Northrop Grumman received $108,118,000 for ten MQ-8C unmanned air systems. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $49,400,000 for long lead components, materials, parts, and associated efforts in support of MQ-4C Triton LRIP 2. Northrop Grumman received $94,992,084 for interim spares in support of the MQ-4C Triton system’s initial deployment. Northrop Grumman received $255,256,728 for 3 LRIP Lot 1 MQ-4C Triton aircraft, 1 main- and 1 forward-operation control station, training courseware, and tooling.

Textron received $14,199,156 for Shadow v2 Release 6 system baseline update for the engineering services memorandum program. Textron received $23,409,144 to incorporate improved map imagery synchronization and spectrum reallocation on One System Remote Video Terminal (OSRVT).

Whitesell-Green Inc. received $8,501,000 to build Triton Mission Control Facility at NAS Jacksonville.

RECRUITMENT, RETENTION & MESSAGING

GSD&M received $41,000,000 for USAF national advertising and event marketing services.

GSD&M received $9,998,670 for national television advertising (specifically additional on-line and television media) in support of USAF Recruiting Service television campaign for calendar year 2016.

Talu LLC received $7,169,893 to renovate Defense Media Activity Broadcast Center Riverside, CA; and Forward Joint Operations Center, Camp Smith, HI, for the Defense Media Activity, Fort Meade.

USAFRICOM

Cessna received $23,998,813 for the Building Partnership Capacity C-208B ISR Program (includes 6 Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX aircraft, 3 spare Pratt & Whitney PT6A-140 engines, and aircraft spares & ground handling equipment) to USAFRICOM and USPACOM operations in Chad, Cameroon, and the Philippines. This involves “pseudo” FMS. Sole-source.

Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the ADVA received $8,323,758 to enhance year-round surveillance at U.S. Army Medical Research Directorate, Kenya (USAMRU-K) for Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity in Frederick, MD.

USEUCOM

Atlantic CommTech Corp. (ACT) received $36,460,575 to help modernize the Weapon Storage & Security System (WS3) and Alarm Communication & Display (AC&D) at Ramstein AB; Aviano AB; Buechel AB; Ghedi AB; Incirlik AB; Kleine Brogel AB; and Volkel AB for the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center [PDF].

USSOUTHCOM

Africa Automotive Distribution Service Ltd. (Gibraltar) received $77,000,000 for J8 Jeep tactical vehicles and related equipment, spares kits, special tools, ancillary equipment (including training) for tactical transportation of USSOUTHCOM counter narcotics forces & partner nations.

Brunswick Commercial & Government Products received $72,000,000 for 32-foot and 37-foot Boston Whaler Justice boats, spare parts, maintenance, and training in order to conduct counter-narcotics maritime interdiction in USSOUTHCOM.

Harris Corp. received $92,800,000 for Harris Radio Communication Systems (incl. spares kits, ancillary equipment, and training) in support of counter-narcotics activities in USSOUTHCOM.

USCENTCOM

CWI-Orascom JV received $29,827,190 to restore Biomedical Research Laboratory (building 67) and repair/renovate the Navy Medical Research Unit 3 (NAMRU-3) campus in Cairo, Egypt. Last month, CAMRIS International Inc. received over $32 million for on-site contractor support services at NAMRU-3 including personnel management.

KBR-Triple Canopy LLC received $117,842,334 for base operations and security support services for Area Support Group Kuwait.

Mission 1st Group Inc. received $10,750,000 for network and communication, engineering and installation support for U.S. Army Central and the 335th Signal Command. Work in Kuwait and Afghanistan.

USPACOM

Maersk Line Ltd. received $9,034,416 for Army prepositioned stock-4, Japan watercraft, and logistics support services under the enhanced Army global logistics enterprise program.

USSOCOM

CACI received $77,038,543 to help Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SSC Atlantic) provide Special Operations communications systems (SOCS) SATCOM and network support services (NSS). Includes worldwide technical and logistics support for approximately 2,500 deployable SATCOM systems, and supporting wide area network infrastructure distributed over approximately 90 sites.

L-3 received $10,628,435 for the Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser and spare parts. Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser is part of the visual augmentation system utilized for USSOCOM missions. It combines visible and infrared lasers for weapon aiming and target/area illumination. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Rolls-Royce received $9,341,377 for travel for the Infrared Suppression System on USSOCOM’s AC-130W fleet at Cannon AFB. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-2 and 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (2).

RQ Construction received $41,129,000 to design and build Special Operations Forces Logistics Support Unit One Operations Facility #2 at Naval Base Coronado.

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

Boeing received $21,885,490 to work on the Hydra Phase 2 program for DARPA.

Goodrich Corp. received $14,458,970 to work on DARPA’s HyDem Phase 3 program. This involves “readying multi-material propulsor technology” for testing and analysis, design optimization, and investigations into more widespread uses of these technologies.

Lockheed Martin received $10,661,000 for DARPA’s Squad X Core Technologies (SXCT) program.

Lockheed Martin received $147,329,859 to provide DARPA with a prototype dealing with the Tactical Boost Glide (TBG) program.

Lockheed Martin received $171,191,252 to work on DARPA’s Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept (HAWC) program.

Millennium Space Systems Inc. received $13,465,428 for work on an unnamed DARPA research program in Princeton, NJ (15%); Carlisle, MA (26%); and El Segundo, CA (59%).

MIT received $8,184,419 for Phase 2 of DARPA’s Living Foundries: 1000 Molecules program in Cambridge, MA (89%); Boston, MA (4%); Evanston, IL (5%); San Francisco, CA (2%).

Xilinx Inc. received $9,000,000 for the Analog Mixed Signal (AMS) Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) System on Chip (SoC) program for DARPA.

THREATS & “The Homeland”

Novetta Inc. received $9,962,627 for the Defense Security Service (DSS) Defense Insider Threat Management & Analysis Center (DITMAC) System of Systems (SoS). Work at DSS DITMAC office located in Arlington, VA.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $28,793,706 for systems development and integration for the Department of Homeland Security.

Southwest Research Institute received $39,220,851 for R&D, technical, and test support in the performance of tactical and non-tactical systems associated with homeland security, anti-terrorism, mission assurance, force protection, unmanned systems, and other related programs.

NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (NGA)

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $7,859,467 to develop a capability for National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) to semi-autonomously update maritime navigational geospatial products.

DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)

22nd Century Technologies Inc. received $12,600,000; Berico Technologies Inc. received $38,900,000; and Vexterra Group received $21,433,958 to support IT requirements in DIA’s National Media Exploitation Center.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $268,000,000 for infrastructure engineering and operation services to support DIA and Intelligence Community information technology requirements.

COLSA Inc. received $103,000,000 to provide scientific computing for analysis technical support [analytical network, modeling & simulation computationally-intensive computer systems operations, High Performance Computer System operations (HPCS), HPCS hardware & software maintenance] at DIA’s Missile & Space Intelligence Center (MSIC). Sole-source.

Integrity Applications (IAI) received $50,899,933 for acquisition, technical, logistical, and administrative support services to DIA.

ACADEMIA

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) received $42,406,097 for the National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Program Fellowship (NDSEG) Class 6.

RAND Corp. received $11,398,500 for 20 individual research studies on “matters of strategic importance to the Army.” RAND Corp. received $10,180,500 for 20 individual research studies on “matters of strategic importance to the Army.”

UC-San Diego (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) received $29,265,000 to support mid-life refit and overhaul of the Ocean class auxiliary general-purpose oceanographic research vessel Roger Revelle (AGOR 24) in San Diego, CA. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

University of Minnesota received $7,699,999 for continued R&D on an advanced modular manikin for Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity, Frederick, MD.

University of Pittsburgh received $43,000,000 to help Army Medical Research, Fort Detrick, link investigations in trauma and emergency services.

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Blackhawk Management Corp. received $29,317,797 for Guardrail Electronic Intelligence Advance Quick Look subsystems.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $13,203,323 for cyber security enterprise support at Fort Belvoir.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $88,611,546; Leidos Inc. received $89,067,852; Northrop Grumman received $88,018,945; Raytheon received $98,090,785; SAIC received $84,621,509; Scientific Research Corp. received $81,035,479; Vencore Inc. received $80,114,995; to provide cyberspace science, research, engineering, and technology integration for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific).

County of Augusta - Richmond (Augusta, GA) received $77,236,992 for utility privatization services.

Edifice-Schlosser JV LLC received $16,972,759 for building renovations at Fort Meade.

Grunley Construction Co. received $26,898,725 to renovate and repair Building K on Fort Meade.

Iron Sword Enterprises LLC received $23,156,200 to design & build Spellman Hall Army Cyber Institute Building 2101, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY.

Kallidus Technologies Inc. received $11,750,457 to construct a new cyber facility for the Maryland Air National Guard in Middle River, MD.

Lockheed Martin received $37,330,706 for next generation technical services. Includes management and technical support necessary to advance high performance computing services, capabilities, infrastructure, and technologies.

NCI Information Systems Inc. received $42,759,282 for non-personnel IT services and support requirements for Army Network Enterprise Technology Command G3/5/7, cyber network operations and security support.

Radiance Technologies Inc. received $9,799,957 for Securing The Grid. This is a “virtual system of systems model and virtual testbed of the cyber threats related to the geographically distributed systems associated with a representative entity of the energy sector and how it relates to the resiliency of the Air Force mission.”

Models are developed in parallel with corresponding techniques, tactics, and procedures for a cyber event response plan.

TELECOMS

Motorola received $70,000,000 for the Europe Enterprise Land Mobile Radio (E-ELMR) system. One bid solicited, one received.

Black Box Network Services received $17,999,800 for a turnkey solution to the upgrade of existing telecommunication network architecture to a Unified Capabilities compliant solution at Camp Lejeune.

Sprint received $10,340,688 to help DISA operate and maintain fiber telecommunications in Europe (previously obtained under a 25-year indefeasible right of use). Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

INVASIVE ISR PLATFORM

L-3 received $13,674,743 for aircraft maintenance and logistical life cycle support on 49 C-12 aircraft at Corpus Christi, TX (42%); Patuxent River, MD (6%); Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (6%); Manama, Bahrain (6%); Atsugi, Japan (6%); Beaufort, SC (4%); San Angelo, TX (4%);  Yuma, AZ (4%); New Orleans, LA (4%); Iwakuni, Japan (4%); New River, NC (3%); Kadena, Japan (3%); Manassas, VA (2%); Miramar, CA (2%); Futenma, Japan (2%); Misawa, Japan.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Gentex Corp. received $82,490,177 for Joint Service Aircrew Masks for the JSF, and life support system and pilot flight equipment, which will provide chemical & biological protection to pilots.

Lockheed Martin received $10,019,765 for additional F-35 diminishing manufacturing sources electronic components for USAF ($5,860,335; 58.49%); USMC ($2,844,069; 28.38%), and USN ($1,315,361; 13.13%).

Lockheed Martin received $16,497,297 for deployable spares packages in support of LRIP Lot 9 F-35B.

Lockheed Martin received $18,000,000 for materials, parts, components and effort required to maintain the planned production schedule for one F-35A LRIP lot 11; two F-35A and one F-35B LRIP lot 12 for a non-U.S. DOD participant.

Lockheed Martin received $24,378,036 for three USAF F-35 full mission simulators.

Lockheed Martin received $26,450,000 for LRIP Lot 9 air vehicle initial spares to include F-35B aloft spares packages. Lockheed Martin received $37,249,243 for additional F-35 Block 3F upgrade: engineering, airworthiness, delta training, off-board mission system hardware.

Lockheed Martin received $136,588,895 for LRIP Lot 10 air vehicle initial spares to include F-35 common spares; F-35A, F-35B and F-35C unique spares; and aloft spares packages/deployment spares packages for USAF ($52,280,750; 38.3%); Navy ($1,303,033; 1%); USMC ($35,715,557; 26.1%); non-DoD participants ($27,755,423; 20.3%); FMS ($19,534,133; 14.3%).

Mountain West Precast received $19,453,853 to design and build composite hangars and aircraft maintenance unit that will house F-35A, hangar 40/42, and aircraft maintenance unit operations at Hill AFB.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $21,000,000 for one LRIP lot 10 F-135-PW-600 engine for F-35B.

United Technologies Corp. received $38,459,410 for program administrative labor in support of F-135 engine sustainment efforts.

RAPTOR (F-22)

Lockheed Martin received $21,683,952 for work on F-22 heads-up display cathode ray tube mitigation to the digital light engine alternative. Lockheed Martin received $56,715,128 for F-22 sustainment at Hill AFB and Warren Robins AFB.

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $10,555,557 for F119 engine sustainment at East Hartford, CT; Edwards AFB; Elmendorf AFB; Hickam AFB; Hill AFB; Holloman AFB; Langley AFB; Nellis AFB; Sheppard AFB; Tinker AFB; Tyndall AFB.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell-Boeing JPO received $8,002,860 for software and hardware upgrades on 19 Marine Corps V-22 (MV-22) flight training devices.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $11,705,904 for engineering efforts for the design and development of the Mission Computer Obsolescence Initiative Operation Test Program Set for the V-22 Osprey.

EAGLE (F-15)

Boeing received $27,500,000 for F-15 radar upgrades.

Boeing received $11,230,459 for F-15 E Flat Panel Up Front Control (UFC) program, which controls and displays status of communication navigation and identification systems. Sole-source.

Boeing received $13,200,000 to install MP-16 updates into F-15C and F-15E mission training center trainers at Seymour Johnson AFB, Mountain Home AFB, Langley AFB, Kadena AB, RAF Lakenheath.

FALCON (F-16)

L-3 Communications received $22,963,736 to repair F-16 Traveling Wave Tube. Meggitt Rockmart Inc. ($21,998,000) and American Fuel Cell & Coated Fabrics ($21,763,000) received funding for F-16 fuel cells. Nordam Group Inc. received $10,277,769 for F-16 wing flaps. Raytheon received $8,775,094 for F-16 Center Display Unit retrofit and organic depot maintenance stand-up. Sole-source.

HORNET (F-18)

BAE Systems received $15,154,822 for 82 APX-111(V) Mode 5 Combined Interrogator Transponders (CIT) and 154 Mode 5 CIT upgrade kits for U.S. Navy.

Boeing received $9,967,496 for systems engineering and logistic planning required for production acceptance test & eval of DSU-42/B Precision Laser Guidance Set, with the KMU-558 series guidance set as a GBU-56(V) 4/B. Includes integration of GBU-56(V) 4/B into F/A-18.

Boeing received $16,994,600 to repair sixty-one F-18 trailing edge flaps at Cecil Field, FL

General Electric received $147,962,000 for repair, replacement and program support of 35 F404 engine components on F/A-18 A-D aircraft.

Honeywell received $18,305,117 for F/A-18 aircraft brakes. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

L-3 received $37,734,216 for FY2017 depot-level maintenance support and sustainment of up to thirteen F/A-18A/B/C/D aircraft.

NORDAM Group Inc. received $10,369,856 to repair F/A-18 inner wing panel. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $7,860,000 to repair the Beacon Xmtr Assembly used in support of the F/A-18 aircraft. One company solicited non-competitively, per FAR 6.302-1 and 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

Boeing received $21,564,212 for F/A-18 and E/A-18G engineering & logistics to improve readiness and expand repair manual work packages & maintenance planning. Boeing received $22,497,888 to help incorporate Maritime Augmented Guidance with Integrated Controls for Carrier Approach & Recovery Precision Enabling Technologies (MAGIC CARPET) into F/A-18E/F and EA-18G flight control computer operational flight program (FCC OFP) and deliver 2 FCC OFP production software versions (39.2, 40.0). Includes modified Attitude Heading & Reference System (AHRS) software, installation tool kits, technical directives and FCC OFP & AHRS software technical publications.

L-3 received $21,117,316 for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircrew training device Naval Aviation Simulation Master Plan Systems Fidelity – One (NSF-1). L-3 received $9,637,408 for F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircrew training device concurrency H14 System Configuration Set (SCS) / Operational Flight Program at NSA China Lake. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (1).

Raytheon received $63,027,735 for 18 AN/APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array radars for U.S. Navy F/A-18E/F and EA-18G ($60,026,415; 95%) and AN/APG-79 AESA radars for configuration D testing/upgrade for Australia ($3,001,320; 5%).

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions received $16,762,458 to modify existing AN/ALQ-99 Low Band Transmitter system and deliver 3 test articles in support of EA-18G. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302.1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $7,513,321 for retrofit kits and workstation upgrades to 10 E-6B Block 1 aircraft.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Northrop Grumman received $69,837,500 to support the U.S. Navy’s E-2D aircraft. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Northrop Grumman received $19,976,836 to integrate communication, cyber, and EW capabilities into E-2D. See contract for details.

Northrop Grumman received $13,235,000 to fabricate, assemble, integrate and install 17 Dual Satellite Communication kits on E-2D AHE aircraft. Also provides verification of associated technical directives (one airframe change, three avionic changes) and an operational checkout of the capabilities.

Rolls-Royce received $22,816,577 for up to 4 T56-A-427A spare engines; up to 4 power section modules; and up to 3 reduction gear box modules for E-2D.

AIR BATTLE MANAGEMENT

Cubic Defense Applications Inc. received $12,600,000 for repairs, technical, engineering, diagnostics, and field support services to maintain the ground data terminal to support the Surveillance Target Attack Radar System.

LANCER (B-1)

Harris Corp. received $9,800,000 to provide sustaining engineering (modifications & support) to B-1 Reprogrammable Electronic Warfare Systems Test (REWST) lab, B-52 electronic warfare mission data test lab, and 53rd Electronic Warfare Group (53 EWG) special test equipment at Eglin AFB, Edwards AFB, and Robins AFB. Sole-source.

Northrop Grumman received $80,000,000 for continuing software engineering for AN/ALQ-161A and work on special access programs. Sole-source.

Orbital ATK received $12,183,259 for B-1B aircraft structural panels. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

SPIRIT (B-2)

Northrop Grumman received $36,652,495 for B-2 antenna coupler engineering services. Sole-source. Northrop Grumman received $85,805,760 for B-2 high frequency, receiver transmitter engineering services. Sole-source. Northrop Grumman received $70,018,327 for B-2 Ultra High Frequency Satellite Communication Receiver Transmitter program. Sole-source.

L-3 received $8,942,966 for work on B-2: resolve obsolescence associated with maintenance training system multifunction display unit, aircrew training system main power cabinet, and small computer system interface.

Raytheon received $59,619,414 to repair B-2 radar antenna parts. Sole-source.

United Technology Corp. (AMI) received $14,374,531 for B-2 Advanced Conception Ejection Seat II Safety & Sustainability Program (SSIP). Sole-source.

STRATOFORTRESS (B-52)

Boeing received $9,649,656 for B-52 combat network communications technology (CONECT) full-rate production spares & modification of LRIP spares.

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

Boeing received $7,714,317 for work to establish depot maintenance capabilities at Fleet Readiness Center Southeast, Jacksonville, FL, for P-8A Aircraft Stores Management System. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Boeing received $8,395,453 for initial P-8A aircraft aircrew and maintenance training devices spares.

Boeing received $13,321,400 to incorporate electronic warfare self-protection 6th sensor additions into 16 P-8A Lot 5, full-rate production one, P-8A.

Boeing received $17,336,797 to incorporate early warning self-protection LAIRCM, system processor replacement & Project 360 on P-8A for U.S. Navy ($12,486,453; 72.02%); Australia ($4,850,334; 27.98%).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $27,000,728 to establish depot capability for P-8A HF-121C and ARC-210 radio components at Fleet Readiness Center Southwest [PDF].

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

ABB Inc. received $13,667,175 for T56 engine temperature controls. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Creative Times Inc. received $9,300,000 to design and build HC-130-J open-air wash rack and support facility at Davis-Mothan AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $9,777,939 to incorporate a portion of initial spares for C-130J multi-year fleet program.

Lockheed Martin received $14,868,238 for C-5 contractor logistics support services (supply chain management, repair, technical support). Sole-source.

AERIAL REFUELING

Boeing received $12,109,244 as part of a settlement agreement. This funds equitable adjustment for costs incurred related to KC-46 engineering and manufacturing development, and LRIP Lot 1 and Lot 2.

CAE USA Inc. received $31,939,539 to support KC-135 aircrew training systems at Altus AFB, Seymour Johnson AFB, MacDill AFB, Fairchild AFB, Hickam AFB, March ARB, Milwaukee Air National Guard Base, Scott AFB, Grissom AFB, McConnell AFB, Pittsburgh ANG Base, Kadena Air Base, and Mildenhall AB.

Northrop Grumman received $8,995,854 for worldwide KC-10 contractor logistics support (incl. McGuire AFB, Travis AFB, Hickam AFB, Yakota AB, Tinker AFB).

Northrop Grumman received $8,895,648 for engineering, platform installation & integration support, and test & evaluation on AN/AAQ-24 Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (to be integrated into KC-130J).

Omega Aerial Refueling Co. received $12,517,515 for contractor-owned and -operated aircraft services in support of Contracted Air Services (CAS), which provide aerial refueling services for DOD and gov. agencies, FMS & contractors in Norfolk, VA (45%); Victorville, CA (35%); OCONUS, including Guam, Denmark, Belgium, and UK (20%).

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $9,874,944 to support the KC-135 aircraft.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

BAE Systems received $12,690,200 for eight Improved Avionics Intermediate Shop (IAIS) midlife upgrade kits. Sole-source.

Crane Co. received $18,000,000 for various landing gear components. Sole-per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

KIHOMAC received $23,663,595 for A-10 rudders. Meggitt Rockmart Inc. ($8,381,322) and American Fuel Cell & Coated Fabrics ($8,073,981) received funding for A-10 fuel cells. Northrop Grumman received $45,852,043 for A-10 sustainment.

Meggitt (Orange County) Inc. received $7,125,000 for high gravity accelerometers for Excalibur and other telemetry programs.

Raytheon received $254,550,316 for continued design, development, manufacture, integration, and test of Joint Precision Approach & Landing System (JPALS). Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5) and FAR 6.302-5.

Triumph Engine Controls Systems received $8,621,592 for jet engine fuel pumps.

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB

AEgis Technologies Group Inc. received $8,184,706 for R&D re: how directed energy affects aerospace systems and re: aerospace platform susceptibilities.

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $48,338,166 for R&D on decision support elements of operational simulations.

Frontier Technology Inc. received $9,681,889 to mature a decision-making and analysis toolset in order to provide efficiencies and incorporate additional analysis capabilities from customer requirements for the combat identification portfolio. Also includes technology alternatives & technology demonstration. Sole-source.

General Dynamics and Universal Technology Corp. received a shared $46,600,000 for R&D associated with the Manufacturing & Industrial Technologies program: aim to bridge gap between military manufacturing requirements and industrial capabilities for AFRL.

Northrop Grumman received $9,513,137 for human language technologies (HLT). Objectives include better use of context in HLT algorithms, on-line learning of translations and transliterations for out-of-vocabulary words, advanced computational methods, data discovery capabilities and audiovisual & text processing for multilingual multimedia information extraction.

Technology Service Corp. (TSC) received $48,683,329 for Rapid Reaction Technologies & Systems Small Business Innovation Research III effort: prototyping processes and modular architectures to deliver mission critical and urgent technological capabilities. Sole-source.

UES Inc. and Universal Technology Corp. received a shared $43,750,000 for R&D associated with technical operations program: develop areas of materials integrity, acquisition systems support, and logistics system support which could include synthesis, formulation and mechanics of new and improved materials; materials characterization & processing; interfacial chemistry, physics & transport properties; and analysis, implement improvements to production processes.

Universal Technology Corp. received $7,893,410 for R&D on application of flight vehicle guidance, navigation and control laws.

HELICOPTERS

AAR Parts Trading received $8,663,292 for aircraft turbine nozzle assemblies. Limited competition, per FAR 6.302-1.

BAE Systems received $29,400,000 for production and repair of AN/ASN-157 Doppler navigation set. Sole-source.

Boeing received $13,059,747 for one additional Longbow crew trainer.

Boeing received $8,407,302 for the Highly Integrated Air Data Computer, Phase Two (updating for obsolescence).

Gentex Corp. received $11,989,112 for HGU-56/P aircrew integrated helmet system and components.

Honeywell International received $15,539,312 to repair APN-209 radar altimeter receiver transmitters, test voice chips in the transmitters, and work on updating design of common core radar altimeters.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $10,824,900 for helicopter mechanical transmissions. Sole-source, per FAR 6.302.2, unusual and compelling urgency.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $63,917,000 for rotary wing blades. Sole-source, per FAR 6.302-2, unusual and compelling urgency.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $90,207,549 for non-personal technical field service in support of the UH-60 Blackhawk.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $232,075,337 for two CH-53K system demonstration test article aircraft.

Longbow LLC received $13,886,844 for 14 additional radar electronic units. Longbow LLC received $15,166,741 for engineering services for laser hellfire missiles.

M1 Support Services LP received $79,563,572 for UH-1N helicopter

maintenance, aircrew flight equipment maintenance, and weapons maintenance services 24/7 at Malmstrom AFB; Minot AFB; F.E. Warren AFB; Yokota AB.

Northrup Grumman received $18,264,420 for tech refresh mission computers and trays on Lot 13 AH-1Z and UH-1Y for U.S. Navy (67%); Pakistan (33%).

PAS MRO Inc. received $22,772,275 to repair UH-60 hydraulic pumps.

Physical Optics Corp. received $75,953,328 for Advanced Data Transfer System components for UH-1Y, AH-1Z, MH-60R, MH-60S, and H-53K for U.S. Navy ($66,759,907; 87.9%); Australia ($5,262,958, 6.93%); Denmark ($2,775,614, 3.65%); Saudi Arabia ($1,154, 849, 1.52%). Funding also provides test & evaluation, repair, and engineering support services. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5) and FAR 6.302-5.

Raytheon received $7,095,256 for circuit cards, data process terminals, disk drives and printers. Sole-source per FAR 6.302-1.

URS Federal Services received $19,861,976 for rotary wing flight training instructor support services for Army Aviation Center of Excellence in Daleville, AL.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

Boeing received $17,625,473 for guidance and navigation system repairs for multiple aircraft platforms.

Boeing received $8,329,530 for umbrella engineering support on multiple Boeing commercial derivative aircraft.

Chromalloy San Diego Corp. received $11,641,758 to remanufacture the F108 Stage 1 low-pressure turbine nozzle segments. Work in Mexicalli, Mexico.

GKN Aerospace Chem-Tronics Inc. received $9,710,000 for aircraft fan ducts.

International Logistics Group received $38,531,105 for aircraft painters to support daily operations on C‐5, C‐17, C‐130, and F‐15 at Robins AFB.

Interstate Electronics Corp. received $36,379,160 for flight test instrumentation engineering services support.

L-3 received $13,092,119 for maintenance, repair, and logistics support for Chief of Naval Air Training aircraft’s intermediate maintenance departments at NAS Pensacola (60%) and NAS Corpus Christi (40%).

L-3 received $49,168,992 for T-1A contract logistics support (supply & maintenance, data & field service reps) at Vance AFB, Columbus AFB, Randolph AFB, Laughlin AFB, and NAS Pensacola.

L-3 received $166,263,229 for maintenance and logistics services in support of ~200 T-45 based at NAS Meridian, NAS Kingsville, NAS Pensacola, NAS Patuxent River.

MarathonNorco Aerospace received $9,461,716 for battery cells. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Northrup Grumman received $9,800,000 for sustaining engineering on test facilities threat simulators (B-1, B-2, B-52, fighter test facilities) at Eglin AFB; Edwards AFB; Robins AFB. Sole-source.

RC Construction Co. Inc. & Gene Nims Builders Inc. JV received $7,576,954 for renovation & repair of 307th Aircraft Maintenance building at Barksdale AFB.

Rolls-Royce Corp. received $62,120,761 for maintenance and logistics on ~223 in-service T-45 F405-RR-401 Adour engines at NAS Meridian (47%); NAS Kingsville (46%); NAS Pensacola (6%); NAS Patuxent River (1%).

Zephyr International received $7,695,424 for aircraft mounted winches. Sole-source per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

BAE Systems received $249,401,819 for Common Missile Warning Systems (CMWS) & spare parts, systems engineering, technical work, and logistics.

Blue Storm Associates Inc. received $49,500,000 for the Atmospheric Sensing & Prediction System (sensor placed on aircraft to increase weather data).

Coherent Technical Services Inc. received $8,698,446 for work on Air Vehicle Communication in a Denied Environment. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-5.

L-3 received $15,373,674 for Wide Area 6-Degree Payload effort.

Northrop Grumman received $64,739,298 for vehicle and dismount exploitation radar ground moving target indicator [PDF] and support services.

Raytheon received $10,240,746 for two multi-spectral targeting systems (MTS) configuration “C” for U.S. Navy. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $115,572,602 for additional AN/ARC-210 radios [PDF] and ancillary equipment for various domestic and FMS aircraft.

AIRCRAFT COUNTERMEASURES

Boeing received $99,049,562 for Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) Block 30 hardware as contractor furnished equipment.

Harris Corp. received $54,928,643 for engineering services (interface, redesign, data development, manufacturing & delivery of prototypes) applicable to AN/ALQ-172 Line Replaceable Unit-1 countermeasures receiver. Sole-source.

Kilgore Flares Co. received $12,789,775 for MJU-61A/B decoy flares for PMA272 Air Expendable Countermeasures Program for USAF (73%); U.S. Navy (23%); Norway (4%).

Lockheed Martin received $8,100,089 for USAF countermeasure receivers. Sole-source per FAR Part 6.301-1(a)(2).

Northrop Grumman received $7,618,681 for 80 Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures.

Northrop Grumman received $149,663,654 for hardware, production test stations, and technical support to integrate the Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) on combat aircraft (incl. USSOCOM) and Australia. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

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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 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.

DOD SPENDING SPREE-SEPTEMBER 2016, PART II

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $13,249,754 for Technical Insertion 16 equipment for Aegis sites production requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $157,418,328 for DDG 116-118 Aegis follow-on support services. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

BAE Systems received $9,821,638 for post shakedown availabilities (PSA) on USS Jackson (LCS 6) and USS Montgomery (LCS 8).

Lockheed Martin received $15,402,236 for engineering and management services on LCS-9 post shakedown availability.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

Accenture Federal Services received $18,236,809 to continue development, testing, and implementation of Electronic Technical Work Document (eTWD) system, which will provide an interactive electronic documentation system to track maintenance and modernization aboard ship and shore facilities.

Alion Science & Technology received $71,199,958 for Landing Craft Utility 2000 service life extension plan and on-condition cyclic maintenance.

BAE Systems received $16,045,915 for 102-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Sacagawea (T-AKE 2). BAE Systems received $22,073,190 for scheduled selected repair availability (SRA) of USS Chung Hoon (DDG-93).

General Dynamics received $21,024,781 for USS Gonzalez (DDG 66) FY2017 extended dry-docking selected restricted availability. General Dynamic received $9,676,456 to repair USS Tortuga (LSD-46) fiscal 2017 continuous maintenance availability.

Huntington Ingalls received $17,700,000 for planning of USS Helena (SSN 725) dry-docking selected restricted availability. Non-competitively, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).  Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $17,362,574 for continued engineering, technical, design, and hull planning yard services in support of U.S. Navy’s operational aircraft carrier fleet, specifically Gerald R. Ford-class operations and Nimitz-class propulsion plant work.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $14,086,298 for USS Ramage (DDG 61) FY2017 extended selected restricted availability.  Huntington Ingalls received $12,269,190 for USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) FY2017 planned incremental availability planning requirement. Not competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.  Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $8,023,361 for a planning yard for CG 47 class ships and for pre-fabrication of critical structural components by vendor to support USS Chosin special select restricted availability.

ManTech received $11,928,255 for specific systems operation, sustainment, and support services on Navy Ship Maintenance & Logistics Information Systems (SMLIS) program.

Mikros Systems Corp. received $48,000,000 to provide Adaptive Diagnostic Electronic Portable Test Distance Support Sensor Suite (ADSSS) units, associated spare parts, and engineering services. Procured non-competitive.

Vigor Marine received $7,066,873 for emergent dry-docking of USS Howard (DDG-83) to accomplish repairs to the Port Controllable Pitch Propeller System. Vigor Marine LLC received $7,694,735 for 82-calendar day shipyard availability for the mid-term availability of USNS Rappahannock (T-AO 204).

Wyle Laboratories received $41,790,995 for engineering and technical services (proficiency training, technical guidance & advice) on naval aviation weapons systems & platforms to prevent/treat corrosion throughout sustainment life-cycle.

SHIP WEAPONRY

Arete Associates received $7,872,779 to develop active & passive sensors for threat detection and localization in maritime environment. Arete will develop, integrate, test, and evaluate sensors of Surface Ship Periscope Detection & Discrimination Future Naval Capabilities program.

Argon ST Inc. received $10,206,776 for nine AN/SLQ-25A/C countermeasure decoy systems and spares.

BAE Systems received $10,580,175 for MK 21 Vertical Launching System (VLS) Canister production requirements. MK 41 VLS is installed onboard Navy surface ships to launch a variety of missiles (SM, Tomahawk, Evolved Seasparrow, etc.)

BAE Systems received $25,427,512 for FY2016 production of MK 38 MOD 3 Machine Gun System for U.S. Navy (84%); Philippines (8%); Jordan (8%). Work in Hafia, Israel (67%); Louisville, KY (33%). Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

General Dynamics received $8,904,604 for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 1B3 full-rate production.

L-3 received $20,138,900 for MK 20 Electro-Optical Sensor Systems, radar cross section kits, support services, and depot spares for USN (79%) and Japan (21%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $148,905,000 for full rate production of Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 subsystems (AN/SLQ-32).

Lockheed Martin received $10,861,910 for FY2016 production of AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare Systems. Involves FMS to Japan.

Northrop Grumman received $16,393,168 for MK54 Mod 0 lightweight torpedo (LWT) array kits, factory test equipment, production support material, and related engineering & hardware repair services for U.S. Navy (98%) and Thailand (2%) upgrades.

Northrop Grumman received $38,648,663 for production and engineering on prototype test articles/commercially equivalent equipment for display and processing hardware and test bed simulators used for Ship Self Defense System development.

Prism Maritime LLC; STIMULUS Engineering Services Inc.; and Superior Marine Solutions LLC received a combined $49,900,000 for installation and de-installation of surface electronic warfare systems on ship hulls for USN (87.8%); Saudi Arabia (4.8%); Taiwan (5.3%); and Philippines (2.1%).

Raytheon received $7,083,900 for FY2017 engineering services on Air & Missile Defense Radar Program S (AMDR-S) Band Radar, including: suite &  combat system integration; additional radar characterizations; and system certification.

Saab received $38,069,123 to design, manufacture, test AN/SPN-50(V)1 radar system for air traffic control aboard USN aircraft carriers & amphibious ships.

SAIC received $30,847,527 for MK 48 Mod 7 heavyweight torpedo afterbody / tailcone sections, test equipment, production support material, engineering support, and hardware repair support.

SUBMARINES

Continental Electronics Corp. received $11,428,777 to replace system elements of the Fixed Submarine Broadcast System (FSBS) very low frequency and low frequency transmitter equipment. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

General Dynamics received $329,590,285 for design agent, planning yard, engineering and technical support for active nuclear submarines.

General Dynamic received no initial funding ($400,000,000 possible) to repair in-service nuclear-powered subs, special mission submersibles, moored training ships, and sub support facilities. Per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), non-competitive.

General Dynamics received $105,524,223 for Sea Dragon Phase 2: planning to support ground and sea-based testing.

Hamilton Sundstrand Corp. received $13,928,494 for Advanced Carbon Dioxide Removal Unit Qualification Unit and testing. This is a self-contained CO2 removal unit [PDF] for submarines. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $109,917,238 for engineering, technical, and design services; configuration management; integrated logistics support; database management; R&D; modernization; and industrial support for nuclear submarines. This will also support special mission submersible interfaces and submarine support facilities. Huntington Ingalls received $400,000,000 to repair submarines, moored training ships, and support facilities. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $19,792,359 for engineering and technical services for the integration Submarine Warfare Federated Tactical Systems (SWFTS) on new construction and in-service submarines.

L-3 received $8,850,792 for spare parts and cylinders for Universal Modular Mast Systems. Supplies cover parts for Virginia- and SSGN-class submarines.

L-3 received $46,598,315 to develop/produce a first article TB-29X thin line towed array assembly & receiver unit, production towed array assemblies & receiver units, test sets, shipping reels, tech manual & curriculum, and orders. TB-29X is a thin line towed array passive sonar receiver for Navy subs.

Oceaneering International Inc. and General Dynamics received $38,097,870 and $48,478,009 respectively to provide engineering and technical services in support of the sub safety program, and Level I material work onboard Seawolf, Los Angeles, Ohio, and Virginia class subs and foreign national submarines at shipyards in Norfolk, VA; Puget Sound, WA; and Pearl Harbor, HI.

Panavision Federal Systems received $11,053,722 for technical engineering services and material associated with Affordable Modular Panoramic Photonics Mast (AMPPM). Not competitively, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1), for Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI, USA.

Rolls-Royce received $7,393,149 for Advanced Material Propeller Program Phase III. This supports Advanced Material Propeller Future Naval Capability Program, which aims to develop a non-pitch adapting composite propeller design and manufacturing for a full-scale submarine. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

SHIP OPERATION – THIRD PARTY

Crowley Government Services Inc. received $12,401,123 for operation and maintenance of five government-owned, roll-on/roll-off and container vessels in support of deployed U.S. forces worldwide. Crowley Technical Management Inc. received $43,882,722 for operation and maintenance of six government-owned maritime prepositioning force ships (USNS Bobo, USNS Button, USNS Lopez, USNS Lummus, USNS Williams, USNS Stockham) in support of MSC.

Hornbeck Offshore Operators received $28,056,820 for operation and maintenance of four blocking vessels for MSC.

Ocean Ships Inc. received $21,688,820 for operation and maintenance of two expeditionary transfer dock ships, USNS Montford Point and USNS John Glenn.

Patriot Contract Services received $60,660,211 to continue support of MSC’s worldwide prepositioning requirements: operation & maintenance of Watson-class large medium-speed roll-on/roll-off ships (USNS Charlton, USNS Dahl, USNS Pomeroy, USNS Red Cloud, USNS Sisler, USNS Watkins, USNS Watson, USNS Soderman).

Sealift Inc. received $7,339,785 for time charter of U.S. flagged, self-sustaining ship M/V MAJ Bernard F. Fisher, to preposition ammunition and supplies in support of USAF at-sea prepositioning program. Anticipated primary places are Diego Garcia and South Korea. Sealift Inc. received $16,071,315 to charter MV LTC John U.D. Page for prepositioning and transportation for U.S. Army. Sealift Inc. received $11,917,250 to charter MV SSG Edward A. Carter Jr. for prepositioning and transportation of cargo for U.S. Army. Sealift Inc. received $18,158,750 to provide U.S. flagged self-sustaining vessel HSV Westpac Express for passenger and cargo transportation for III MEF.

U.S. Marine Management Inc. received $34,501,319 to operate and maintain six Navy Oceanographic Survey Ships (T-AGS).

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

Austal USA received $248,898,142 for long lead-time material and for detail design & construction of 11th and 12th Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) vessels (formerly Joint High Speed Vessel).

Booz Allen Hamilton received $37,784,964; General Dynamics received $34,680,268; ODME Solutions LLC received $34,958,961; Scientific Research Corp. received $36,639,274; Solute Inc. received $29,643,883 for command and control (C2), communications, computers & intelligence (C4I) software support and system maintenance for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Maritime Global Command and Control System Family of Systems Project, and other C2/C4I projects. Some FMS.

CACI Inc. received $10,144,285 for logistics and training support re: shipboard non-tactical automated data processing and USN tactical comms management in Norfolk, VA (35%); San Diego, CA (35%); throughout the globe (20%); Cherry Point (10%). Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-2 and 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(2).

Chesapeake Technology International Corp. received $12,835,000 for ~66,000 hours of systems development services in support of DOD Joint Electronic Attack & Compatibility Office (JEACO). Not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Colonial Assembly & Design (CA&D) received $37,191,138 for design & fabrication, prototyping, and technology integration related to circuit board design and radio frequency distribution assemblies, synthetic rope assemblies, mechanical fabrication, and fabric assemblies. Efforts support Weapons Control & Integration Department, NSWCDD.

Conley & Associates Inc. (CAI) received $7,241,107 for sustainment services on U.S. Army watercraft systems. One bid solicited, one received.

Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc. and General Dynamics received a shared $30,000,000 for hyperbaric systems support (inspect, maintain, repair, overhaul, design, fabricate, install) at DOD installations worldwide. Systems include: recompression chamber facilities, diver training facilities, escape trainer facilities, hyperbaric medical facilities, surface supplied diving facilities, and dive lockers.

FCX Systems Inc. received $7,115,900 for solid state frequency converters, which provide 450 VAC, 400Hz electrical power to onboard CVN-68 ships.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $19,140,000 for LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement Program design acceleration.

Isotech North America received $7,053,000 for portable high & low temperature calibrators (used to calibrate bi-metal and digital thermometers, temperature switches with bulb or coil probes, process control or monitoring temperature instrumentation, and temperature reading instruments).

Orbital Sciences Corp. received $28,712,100 for 7 full-rate production Lot 10 GQM-163A Coyote Supersonic Sea Skimming Target base vehicles for U.S. Navy (5 for $21,375,357; 75%); Japan (2 for $7,336,743; 25%). Not competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc. received $49,500,000 for diving services such as waterborne ship repair, inspection & maintenance in Largo, MD (23%); Chula Vista, CA (23%); Norfolk VA (22%); Bayou Vista, LA (22%); Pearl City, HI (10%).

Progeny Systems Corp. received $9,598,875 for work on Maritime Airborne Service Oriented Architecture Integration for NAWCAD.

Raytheon received $48,959,898 for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) design agent and engineering services efforts. CEC is a sensor netting system that significantly improves battle force anti-air warfare.

Raytheon received $22,000,000 for engineering services in support of DDG 1000 Zumwalt class destroyer program.

Raytheon received $12,580,246 for work on integrated shipboard electronics suite for the USS Fort Lauderdale (LPD 28) amphibious transport dock.

Rolls Royce received $11,448,116 for Product Improvement Program engineering. PIP maintains readiness, safety, and mission effectiveness of Rolls Royce systems. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

SAIC received $9,675,674 for the Mine Warfare & Environmental Decision Aids Library (MEDAL) program, which provides mine warfare situational awareness, mission planning/evaluation, and asset management software.

Systems Application & Technologies Inc. received $20,422,172 for continued support (design, develop, procure, build, install, test, evaluate, calibrate, modify, operate, maintain aircraft & engines) for NAVAIR‘s Air Vehicle Modification & Instrumentation Department for USA, commercial, and foreign gov. customers at Patuxent River, MD (95%); China Lake, CA (2.5%); Point Mugu, CA (2.5%).

Truston Technologies; Sound & Sea Technology Inc.; GPA Technologies; PCCI; MAR Range Services received $28,000,000 for worldwide ocean engineering services in support of projects involving ocean cable systems and ocean work systems (e.g. shipboard load handling systems & undersea work). Also provides waterfront facilities, offshore structures, ocean construction equipment.

Walashek Industrial & Marine Inc.; QED Systems Inc.; and Delphinus Engineering Inc. received a combined $14,000,000 for marine touch labor support on U.S. naval ships/vessels.

World Wide Technology Inc. received $9,300,000 for commercial firewall hardware and incidental services at one of four naval shipyards.

Wyle Laboratories Inc. received $16,324,071 for operational contractor support services aircrew to augment naval test wing squadrons: NAS Patuxent River (94%); NAS Point Mugu (5%); NAS China Lake (1%).

COMMUNICATIONS

BAE Systems received $47,671,140 for Network Tactical Common Data Link systems that includes a design, development test and LRIP.

DRS Advanced ISR received $9,330,737 for Link 11 and Link 22 Data Terminal Set (DTS) development and production.

Long Wave Inc. received $11,651,100 for High Frequency Global Communications System (HFGCS) antenna program support (engineering, labor, parts, materials) for antenna systems inspections, installation, maintenance at: Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson; Beale AFB; Naval Computer & Telecommunications Area Master Station, HI; Offutt AFB; Joint Base Andrews; USAF Isabella, Puerto Rico; USAF Ascension Auxiliary Air Field; RAF Croughton; Lajes Field; NAS Sigonella; Diego Garcia; Naval Computer & Telecommunications Area Master Station West Pacific (NCTAMS PAC); Yokota AB.

Raytheon received $32,773,127 for NATO Improved Link Eleven (NILE)/Link 22 Modernized Link Level COMSEC (LLC 7M) production and sustainment.

NILE LLC 7M is a controlled cryptographic item (NSA certified) used in airborne, surface, subsurface and ground based applications by the NILE nations (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, USA), FMS cases, and as Link 22 third parties in the future. Non-competitively, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & (FAR Subpart 6.302-1).

NANOELECTRONICS

UES Inc. received $42,000,000 for Nanoelectronic Materials Optimization: R&D on advanced materials for magnetic, electronic, and electro-optical applications leading to improved nanomaterials, material processes, and devices for digital, radio frequency, radar, infrared detector, opto-electronic, secure communication, power generation, sensing, and control applications.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Calibre Systems Inc. received $9,434,384 for operating and support management information system technical support services at Fort Belvoir.

DLT Solutions LLC received $14,309,826 for extension of Oracle unlimited license agreement and enterprise license agreement.

iWorks Corp. received $19,500,000 for continuous process improvement/Lean Six Sigma support services.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $22,612,695 for Air Operations Center (AOC) interim sustainment services (engineering & tech services) at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA. Sole-source.

Mantech received $28,000,000 to develop and maintain Product J product line. One bid solicited, one received.

NexTech Solutions LLC Orange Park, FL received $29,417,162 for riverbed licenses, technical support and maintenance.

PCMG Inc. received $8,134,150 to procure lightweight 2-in-1 devices in support of SECDEF’s mandated Windows 10 deployment (aiming for 20,000 devices; starting with 5,000 devices).

Transource Computers received $7,322,903 to procure lightweight 2-in-1 devices in support of SECDEF’s mandated Windows 10 deployment. DOD later issued (30 Sept 2016) a correction, which deemed this contractor and monetary award amount as “incorrect.” No other particulars were released.

Triangle Experience Group Inc. received $49,490,000 to fabricate, integrate, verify, operate, and validate controlled interfaces and Lazarus Cross Domain Solution.

COMPUTERS

Veteran Information Technologies Inc. (VIT) received $9,449,000 for office desktop form factor laptop (8,437); mini/micro/ultra-small form factor desktop with docking station (30); laptop 14" (3,662); 2-in-1 tablet with docking station (1,255); Dell Latitude tablet (70); and flat panel monitor 22" (5,314).

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

InDyne Inc. received $71,528,739 to extend infrastructure operations and maintenance services at Cape Canaveral AFS (45 SW) and annexes. Space Coast Launch Services received $23,135,931 for launch operations support at Cape Canaveral AFS (45 SW).

Range Generation Next LLC received $95,692,752 for Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) integrated support contract operations, maintenance, and sustainment at Western Range near Vandenberg AFB and Eastern Range near Patrick AFB.

United Launch Services LLC received $860,782,114 for Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle launch capability for the Delta IV and Atlas V families of launch vehicles at Centennial, CO; Vandenberg AFB; Cape Canaveral Air Station.

SATELLITES

The Aerospace Corp. received $844,289,847 for systems engineering and integration support for the national space community in El Segundo, CA.

Boeing received $46,216,088 to support the Wideband Satellite Communications Operational Management System. Boeing received $12,893,727 as part of a settlement agreement concerning funding costs incurred related to Wideband Global SATCOM satellite vehicles 7 & 8; and wideband digital channelizer upgrade engineering.

Harris received $10,897,190 for three months of operations, maintenance and logistics of Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) at Schriever AFB; Colorado Springs, CO; Ellison Onizuka Satellite Operations Facility & Vandenberg Tracking Station, Vandenberg AFB; Diego Garcia Station; Guam Tracking Station, Andersen AFB; Hawaii Tracking Station, Kaena Point, Oahu, HI; New Boston AFS, NH; Eastern Vehicle Checkout Facility, Cape Canaveral AFS; Thule Tracking Station, Thule Air Base, Greenland.

Lockheed Martin received $45,047,020 for Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) contractor logistics support (CLS), legacy sustainment, and combined task force support. Lockheed Martin received $127,485,710 for SBIRS CLS.

Lockheed Martin received $89,486,334 to implement acoustic testing and verification on AEHF satellite vehicles 5 and 6 as a risk reduction effort.

Lockheed Martin received $395,000,000 for GPS III Space Vehicles 09 and 10.

Milpower Inc. received $29,541,187 to provide 100- and 200-watt power amplifiers and engineering services for the Digital Modular Radio program to meet Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) fleet modernization and Navy requirements. Work is in San Diego, CA, for SPAWAR.

Northrop Grumman received $10,075,944 for Defense Support Program (DSP) sustainment (mission threat analysis).

Raytheon received $26,773,690 for integrated maintenance of the satellite communications set and defense satellite communications system electronic counter-counter measure control subsystem – central component and remote component.

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

BAE Systems received $8,211,088 to help perform integration, sustaining engineering, and program management for Minuteman III at Hill AFB.

Boeing received $7,312,788 for an equitable adjustment as a result of late government-furnished property for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB. A previous portion of this contract was issued 25 June 2012 regarding wafers for the Minuteman III missile system. Another portion of this contract was issued 18 Sept 2013 regarding instrumentation wafer components and support.

Lockheed Martin received $106,157,252 for Trident II missile production, Life Extension development and production, and Deployed Systems Support.

Raytheon received $9,275,274 to upgrade the Minuteman Minimum Emergency Essential Communication Network Program and Minuteman Minimum Program upgrade for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB.

Torch Technologies Inc. received $62,805,033 to provide MDA with engineering support for flight test & ground test provisioning, test infrastructure, and advance technology. Work in Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Reagan Test Site in the Marshall Islands; Wake Island; Kirtland AFB; Dahlgren, VA; and Pacific Missile Range Facility, HI.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

American Ordnance LLC received $32,882,557 for M795 155mm projectiles with TNT.

BAE Systems received $10,020,925 for combined heat and power cogeneration system, de-aerator system, and natural gas boilers in support of relocating Area A functions to Area B at Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP).

Boeing received $700,000,000 for Small Diameter Bomb Increment 1 (SDB 1) lot 12-14 production. This involves unnamed FMS. Sole-source.

EFW Inc. received $102,683,670 for 60mm, 81mm, and 120mm mortar weapons systems.

General Dynamics and Orbital ATK received $84,671,008 for testing and production of M1028 120mm canister cartridge.

Jamaica Bearings Co. received $26,958,526 for unmounted, antifriction bearings.

Jenoptik Advanced Systems received $20,703,734 for spare kits. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

L-3 received $9,432,032 to complete qualifications of components to be used in the medium-range ballistic missile targets.

Manu Kai LLC received $77,985,254 for range operations support and base operations support services at Pacific Missile Range Facility, Kauai, HI.

Northrop Grumman received $64,861,324 to support the air and missile defense workstation requirement and the Army common operating environment/integrated air & missile defense battle command system integration.

Orbital ATK Inc. received $14,726,588 to convert AGM-88B HARM into 19 full-rate production Lot 5 Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) all-up-rounds. Orbital ATK received $9,270,100 for 475 of LRIP (lot 2) Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze system.

Raytheon received $7,952,646 for field team support services for AMRAAM development test mission support including test planning, test operations, test reporting, and telemetry analysis at: Eglin AFB; Utah Test & Training Range; White Sands Missile Range; NAWS China Lake; Edward AFB; Nevada Test & Training Range; Tyndall AFB. This involves unnamed FMS. Sole-source.

Raytheon received $9,365,791 for FY2016 Navy Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) Mod 3 guided missile launching system requirements. Sole source, per FAR 6.302-4 and DFARS 206.302-4, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4).

Raytheon received $9,525,651 for NATO Seasparrow Missile System design agent engineering and technical support.

Raytheon received $13,848,822 for SM-2 and SM-6 engineering and technical services.

Raytheon received $24,792,113 for design, development, and integration of a government furnished integrated single box solution (ISBS) radio and upgraded antennas into Tactical Tomahawk (TACTOM) Block IV All-Up-Round missile and guidance test set.

Raytheon received $49,210,994 for Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) Increment II lot 2 production.

Raytheon received $49,899,639 for 490 Laser Maverick (AGM-65L) guidance control sections for the Air Force and Navy.

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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 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.

DOD SPENDING SPREE-SEPTEMBER 2016, PART III

ORDNANCE MANAGEMENT

BAE Systems received $8,926,539 for ordnance handling and management (receive, inspect, store, issue, transport, load), including all tasks related to peacetime and wartime munitions operations at Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division Detachment Pearl Harbor, Ewa Beach.

BAE Systems received $146,502,104 for insensitive munitions weak nitric acid recovery facility construction at Holston Army Ammunition Plant.

Honeywell received $14,152,877 for logistics support on Army Prepositioned Stocks-3 in Charleston, SC.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Buffalo Turbine received $10,945,342 for Explosive Hazard Pre-Detonation (EHP) debris blowers and Buffalo A2 A-kits.

iRobot Corp. received $23,437,879 for Man Transportable Robotic System MK 1 depot level repair parts, spares, and depot services to include conversions and reconditioning. iRobot Corp. received $9,625,805 for Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS) MK 1 production units, spares, parts, approved accessories, consumables, engineering enhancements and configuration management.

QinetiQ, North America received $10,180,034 for MK2 Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS) robotics systems, parts, spare kits, accessories, reconditioning, engineering enhancements & configuration management.

Textron (AAI) received $7,424,270 for Universal Test Sets (engineering, program & configuration management) in support of the Joint Counter Radio Controlled IED Electronic Warfare program.

Zel Technologies Inc. received $165,272,923 to help Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency (JIDA) research, develop, & acquire counter-threat technologies and mission solutions. Contractor personnel will embed with U.S. forces deployed globally.

MOBILE RADAR

Lockheed Martin received $16,665,397 to extend services for interim contractor support and contractor support for all AN/TPQ-53 radar systems.

Mnemonics Inc. received $42,073,899 for items supporting radar signaling detecting sets for U.S. Army and FMS.

Raytheon received $8,712,989 to procure and install 15 Version 8 upgrade kits to the Air Traffic Navigation Integration Coordination System (ATNAVICS).

Raytheon received $38,208,000 to repair, maintain, and field support the Secure, Mobile, Anti-Jam, Reliable, Tactical-Terminal (SMART-T).

VEHICLES

Allison Transmission Inc. received $24,275,808 for Abrams transmissions. Allison Transmission Inc. received $12,951,705 for equipment used to produce Abrams vehicle X1100 transmissions.

AM General received $9,087,385 for 40 M1152 HMMWV ambulance shelters.

BAE Systems received $14,601,653 and received $18,614,117 for Bradley system technical support and sustainment system.

BAE Systems received $28,884,253 for engineering and logistics services on M109 vehicles.

Caterpiller Inc. received $37,500,000 for compaction family of vehicles (270 vehicles – dual steel wheel roller; high speed compactor; and vibe roller I, II III).

C.E. Niehoff received $21,524,391 for medium vehicle truck engine generators. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

DRS received $7,270,391 for the M872 trailer. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(2).

DRS received $21,822,917 for CV sensors, infrared receivers, mounting brackets and special purpose cable assemblies.

DRS received $50,000,000 for tactical wheeled vehicle sensors and display control modules. Limited competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1) implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

General Dynamics and ATAP Inc. received $47,293,017 to inspect and repair Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Cougar.

General Dynamics received $9,514,091 for tooling and non-recurring engineering that supports production of double V-hull Stryker vehicles. General Dynamics received $9,689,360 for Stryker double "V" hull scout kits. General Dynamics received $44,970,000 for Stryker refurbishment.

General Dynamics received $27,093,060 for 45 sets of Abrams M1A2 System Enhanced Package legacy components. General Dynamics received $92,100,000 for 45 sets of Abrams M1A2 system enhanced package version 3.

Graflex Inc. received $13,693,362 for (max.) 8,000 M153 CROWS boresight telescopes.

Honeywell International Inc. received $11,271,203 for repair overhaul of Abrams vehicles 1500 engines at Anniston Army Depot.

Hupp Aerospace received $13,678,102 for medium truck electrical parts kits.

Oshkosh Defense received $42,175,135 for vehicles, installed kits, and packaged kits in accordance with FAR 17.207.

Raytheon received $12,606,782 for Abrams Integrated Display & Targeting System (AIDATS).

Raytheon received $92,500,000 for Horizontal Technology Integration (HTI) second generation, forward looking infrared (2GF) Commander's Independent Thermal Viewers (CITV) assemblies; 2GF B-kit spares (e.g. advanced video processor circuit card assemblies); associated hardware & software; and engineering & technical services. One bid solicited, one received.

SAIC received $53,234,771 to establish a total supply chain management initiative to support spare parts used at Anniston Army Depot (ANAD).

Tru-Hitch Inc. received $7,445,625 to reset up to 90 fifth-wheel towing recovery devices, and reset up to 90 tilt deck recovery trailers of modular catastrophic recovery system.

Veyance Technologies Inc. received $19,937,439 for M88 track shoes. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Veyance Technologies Inc. received $10,985,379 for Abrams track pad assemblies.

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

BAE Systems received $383,977,504 for crew served weapons sights. DRS received $337,733,328 for crew served weapons sights.

Raytheon received $24,966,449 for Land-Based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS) spares. LPWS, a variant of CIWS, is mounted onto a trailer for U.S. ground forces.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Carter Enterprises received $53,578,875 for U.S. Army improved outer tactical vests, generation IV.

Ceradyne Inc. received $7,698,335 for 5,370 integrated head protection systems, a component of the Soldier Protection System (SPS).

Conflict Kinetics Corp. received $15,600,000 for incidental services on Conflict Kinetics Tactical Ocular Reaction Area weapon simulator. One bid solicited, one received.

Cortek; DHPC Technologies; Envision Innovative Solutions; Exter Information Technology Services; Future Skys; GS5 LLC; Hi-Tec Systems Inc.; Mayvin Consulting Group; Middle Bay Solutions; Millennium Corp.; Nexagen Networks Inc.; OST Inc.; Patricio Enterprises; QED Systems LLC; Sumaria Systems Inc.; Synergy ECP LLC; Vortechx Applied Technologies received a shared $248,800,000 for broad technical, program, operations, acquisition, and business services that support PEO for Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors [PDF].

Digital Receiver Technology received $9,695,794 for portable, ruggedized, and man-packable surveillance equipment & associated peripherals in support of Combat Direction Systems Activity (CDSA PDF) Dam Neck’s role as in-service engineering, technical design, and acquisition engineering agent. Not competitive.

Drew Marine (owns NAL Research Corp.) received $24,000,000 for friendly forces tracking devices, evaluation and repairs.

LAPAC Manufacturing received $9,322,800 for sandbags and poly sheeting required for flood fights nationwide.

NCP Coatings received $11,000,000 for enamel products.

Vinyl Technology Inc. received $10,160,073 for CSU-22/P advanced technology anti-gravity suits for the USAF.

RANGE FINDER & TARGET LOCATION DEVICES

DRS received $339,305,395 for the Joint Effects Targeting System [PDF)].

MAPPING

Bohannan Huston Inc. received $9,000,000 for survey and photogrammetric mapping.

Socitor Corp. received $18,000,067 for High Altitude Light Detection & Ranging (LiDAR) Off-NADIR Experimentation (HALOE). Work in Italy.

CLOTHING

Burlington Industries received $10,002,000 for poly/wool cloth.

Coachys & Associates received $12,499,907 for camouflage parkas.

Pentaq Manufacturing Corp. (Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico) received $18,456,470 and received $32,333,000 to provide the U.S. Army and Afghanistan with trousers.

SNC Manufacturing (Orocovis, Puerto Rico) received $102,199,560 for various types of coats. Includes unnamed FMS.

McRae Industries Inc. received $7,279,736 for hot-weather combat boots.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

AAL USA; ARMA Aviation Corp.; Rota Aviation Consulting; and Yulista Tactical Services received a combined $238,000,000 for worldwide training support of Non-Standard Rotary Wing Aircraft Project Management Office.

Alpha-Omega Change Engineering Inc. received $26,902,540 for academic, simulator, and continuation training on multiple mission design series. Instruction includes initial and mission qualification, refresher, upgrade, and currency; student services; logistics, concurrency management, training systems support center, courseware, and cybersecurity at Kirtland AFB, Davis-Monthan AFB, Joint Base Andrews, Moody AFB.

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages received $10,171,110 for oral proficiency interviews for language testing at DLI foreign language center.

ATAC received $8,000,000 to upgrade the naval aviation simulation model system at DOD facilities worldwide. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Blue Air Training LLC received $10,000,000 for 6th Combat Training Squadron’s Joint Terminal Attack Control contract close air support training program near Nellis AFB.

Central Texas College received $9,585,485 for education courses to sailors, accomplished through instructor-led courses and distance learning courses (including academic skills, undergraduate, grad) for Naval Education & Training Professional Development Center.

Peregrine Technical Solutions LLC received $13,629,199 to ensure recruits are administratively prepared for initial active duty.

Pinnacle Solutions Inc. received $10,804,770 for computer-based instructional development for U.S. Army Program Executive Office of Simulation, Orlando, FL.

Saab Defense & Security received $7,200,000 for live-fire training range support. One bid solicited, one received.

FLIGHT TRAINING

Boeing received $9,872,078 for instructor pilot, maintenance test pilot, helicopter repairer, and avionics/armament training to be conducted at Boeing.

DynCorp received $107,246,699 for maintenance and logistics services on T-34, T-44 and T-6 aircraft in support of Chief of Naval Air Training at Corpus Christi (42%); Whiting Field (41%); Pensacola, FL (12%); and other locations inside the continental U.S. [including NAS Oceana; El Centro, CA; NAS Lemoore; MCAS Miramar; NAS Fallon (5%)]. DynCorp received $21,779,259 for T-6 A/B fleet air vehicle spares at NAS Corpus Christi and Randolph AFB.

Flight Safety International received $8,668,493 for fixed wing flight training services.

L-3 received $43,530,000 to support T-1, T-6, and T-38 undergraduate pilot training at Vance AFB.

Web LLC received $9,196,057 to repair an aircraft simulator complex at NAS Kingsville.

Veraxx Engineering Corp. received $21,326,513 for three AH-1Z flight-training devices and an Asia Pacific Database.

CBRNE

Serco Inc. received $86,020,886 for chemical management services.

Visionary Products Inc. received $165,152,609 for the radiological detection system.

FUEL & ENERGY

American Water Operations & Maintenance Inc. received $29,906,280 for prospective price redetermination number two. American Water Operations & Maintenance received $10,987,704 for utility privatization services in New Jersey and Illinois.

California Water Service received $208,922,015 for ownership, operation and maintenance of the water distribution system at Travis AFB.

Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative received $360,448,495 for ownership, operation, and maintenance of the electric distribution system at Eglin AFB.

Dominion Privatization TX received $740,282,112 for ownership, operation, and maintenance of electric and natural gas distribution systems at Fort Hood, TX.

BP ($156,312,192); Western Refining Co. ($71,614,881); Hawaii Independent Energy ($68,939,260); Phillips 66 ($52,707,204); U.S. Oil & Refining Co. ($40,668,070); Chevron ($28,448,518); and Sinclair Oil Corp. ($15,584,786) received those amounts for various types of fuel. Associated Petroleum Products Inc. ($25,180,566); Ahntech Inc. ($21,472,899); Mansfield Oil Co. of Gainesville ($9,820,278); DES Wholesale LLC ($9,636,602); and Pinnacle Petroleum Inc. ($7,164,286) received those amounts for various types of fuel.

Brad Hall & Associates Inc. ($55,448,730); DES Wholesale LLC ($12,455,474) received funding for various types of fuel. Hartland Fuel Products, Onalaska, WI received $16,691,256 for various types of fuel. Mansfield Oil Co. of Gainesville Inc. received $21,639,578 for various types of fuel. Petroleum Traders Corp. received $37,221,675 for various types of fuel. Petro Star Inc. received $26,728,400 for aviation turbine fuel. Tesoro Refining & Marketing Co. received $275,012,731 for various types of fuel. West Star Aviation Inc. Grand Junction, CO received $9,799,053 for various types of fuel.

JAR Assets Inc. received $8,803,800 to transport bulk jet fuel and marine diesel fuel by barge at ports and points along the Gulf Coast. Vane Line Bunkering Inc. received $24,130,887 to transport bulk jet fuel and marine diesel fuel by barge at ports and points along the East Coast.

Doyon Utilities LLC received $111,622,642 to incorporate interim tariff rates as ordered by the Regulatory Commission of AK. This is a regulated tariff contract. Doyon Utilities LLC received $256,383,998 to incorporate tariff rates ordered by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.

Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure received $14,646,744 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing two fuel tanks (A-4 & A-12) at Defense Fuel Support Point (DFSP) Akasaki, Japan. CB&I Federal Services LLC received $20,972,129 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing three fuel tanks at Defense Fuel Support Points (DFSP) Akasaki and Yokose, Japan.

Gilbane Federal received $16,135,856 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing petroleum, oils and lubricant storage tanks 302, 305, 307 and 308 at Defense Fuel Support Point Tsurumi, Japan. Gilbane Federal received $12,035,530 for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing petroleum, oils and lubricant storage tanks 602, 604 and 605 at Defense Fuel Support Point, Tsurumi, Japan.

Baker Tetra-Tech JV received $8,058,712 for leak detection testing at some DOD energy facilities.

Data Monitor Systems Inc. received $15,962,084 for fuel management services in Oklahoma and Florida for U.S. Navy. T Square Logistics Services Corp. received $12,867,923 and received $11,591,201 for fuel management services.

Computer Sites Inc.; Eaton Corp.; and ALLCOM Global Services received a combined $75,000,000 for commercial static uninterruptible power systems to condition and back up U.S. Air Force sensitive electronic mission equipment worldwide.

SAIC received $700,000,000 for chemicals, packaged petroleum, oils and lubricants. Includes some unnamed FMS.

City of Pensacola, FL received $31,575,637 for design & installation work to comply with assessment & investment grade audit to determine energy improvements at NAS Pensacola. Procured per 10 U.S.C. Section 2304(c)(5), implemented by FAR 6.302-5. Constellation Newenergy Inc. received $170,141,112 for energy improvements at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Woodstone Energy LLC received $7,521,972 for energy improvements at MCAS Beaufort.

TECO Peoples Gas received $12,635,876 to initiate the findings of a preliminary energy audit to determine improvements at NAS Jacksonville. TECO Inc. received $12,823,690 for energy improvements at Naval Station Mayport. Procured per 10 U.S. Code Section 2304(c)(5), implemented by FAR 6.302-5.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

The Arbinger Co. received $13,620,982 for self-awareness training, executive coaching, and supplies for U.S. Army Medical Command, Fort Sam Houston, TX.

Boston Scientific received $71,034,463 for cardiovascular products. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

CareFusion received $100,000,000 to support a comprehensive Pharmacy Inpatient Automation Solution (PIAS) – Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC) for implementation at Military Health System (MHS) facilities.

Carestream Health Inc. received $150,000,000 for digital imaging network picture archiving communications system products and maintenance.

Chenega Healthcare Services LLC received $8,997,023 to perform data collection and inventory of assets on the service local area network that will migrate to Medical Community of Interest (Med-COI) enclave.

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions received $17,093,260 to support the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) and DHA Healthcare Operations Directorate Public Health Division Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch by conducting comprehensive DOD health surveillance. Sole-source.

Data Sciences International received $29,000,000 for telemetry supplies and services for Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity, Frederick, Maryland, USA.

Donald L. Mooney Enterprises received $22,469,319 for licensed vocational nursing services and certified nurse assistant services. One bid solicited, one received.

Entegrion Inc. received $27,761,899 for good clinical practices compliant, and good manufacturing practice (phase 2/3) clinical trial of a pooled, spray dried solvent detergent plasma product for treatment of patients with significant hemorrhaging.

Enterprise Resource Planned Systems International received $7,660,834 for IT services to maintain, operate, and provide engineering and technical support for Defense Health Agency E-Commerce Program.

Genentech USA Inc. received $36,344,700 for Tamiflu. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c) (1).

Goodwill Industries of San Antonio Contract Services received $8,350,639 to support Army medical department, patient administration division, for record processing services for U.S. Army service members who have separated or retired.

Government Marketing & Procurement received $15,495,488 for VOCERA wireless communications systems for Army Medical Command. One bid solicited, one received.

Greenland Enterprises Inc. received $12,691,700 to rebuild Veterans Affairs medical center boiler plant.

Laboratory Corp. of America received $66,224,100 for clinical reference laboratory testing services for DOD, especially Defense Health Agency (DHA).

Matrix Providers Inc. received $9,916,932 for nursing service for the Dept. of Nursing Tripler Army Medical Center, Schofield Barracks; and the Warrior Ohana Medical Home, HI. Med Trust LLC received $21,107,833 for registered nursing services. One bid solicited, one received.

Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. received $121,498,000 for the Lidocaine 5% patch for DOD, Department of Veterans Affairs, Indian Health Services, and Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Northcon Inc. received $7,711,065 to repair fire suppression systems in bldg. 2050, Fairchild AFB.

Simetri Inc.; HNM Enterprises LLC; Advanced IT Concepts Inc.; STS International Inc.; Phoenix Logistics Inc. received a shared $13,867,349 for commercial equipment and medical supplies to conduct medical training.

Spacelabs Medical Inc. received $13,460,681 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables and training.

System Plus Inc. received $39,892,338 for "primary sustainment training" vehicle for enterprise systems including the current global clinical system training mission. SysPlus will provide the flexibility to support transition to Military Health System (MHS) Genesis. The corporation shall train to end users at DOD military treatment facilities.

Teratech Corp. received $100,000,000 for ultrasound systems.

Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. received $29,435,000 for construction of temporary medical facilities at Naval Support Activity Bethesda.

DENTAL

Dentsply Professional received $35,000,000 for consumable dental items.

VIP TRANSPORTATION 

Boeing received $7,404,051 for VC-25A main deck seat replacement. Boeing received $16,029,455 for Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization (PAR) program pre-milestone B phase 2 activities.

Lockheed Martin received $8,249,722 for avionics design, hardware & software development, testing fabrication, installation and maintenance of avionics systems in support of the Presidential Helicopter Program. Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $10,364,612 for five cabin interior kits in support of the VH-3D.

Northrop Grumman received $27,956,839 for integration and installation of Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures on Germany head of state BG5000 aircraft.

TRANSPORTATION 

AAR Manufacturing received $43,000,000 for shipping and storage containers. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Alaska Airlines Inc. and Polar Air Cargo received $54,613,359 and $54,753,312, respectively, for Total Delivery Services (TDS) international commercial air express package delivery service. FedEX and UPS received $178,444,530 and $178,565,840 respectively, for int. and domestic commercial air express package delivery service.

For domestic airlift services, seven corporations received funding: Delta ($13,016,622); Miami Air International ($8,897,299); MN Airlines LLC ($22,101,243); Phoenix Air Group ($8,964,014); Sierra Pacific Airlines ($11,018,900); Southwest ($23,415,322); United Airlines ($24,340,000).

For international airlift services, the following corporations received funding: FedEx Team (American Air; Atlas Air; FedEx; Polar Air Cargo Worldwide = $164,990,397); Miami Team (Miami Air and MN Airlines = $7,511,156); Patriot Team (ABX Air; Air Transportation International; JetBlue; Kalitta Air; Northern Air Cargo; Omni Air International; United Airlines; UPS; and Western Global Airlines = $214,702,528); (Allegiant Air; Hawaiian Airlines Inc.; National Air Cargo Group; Southwest; Alaska Airlines Inc.; Tatonduk Outfitters; Delta; Lynden Air Cargo; USA Jet Airlines Inc. = $392,854,774).

CACI Inc. received $11,057,008 for software sustainment and development in support of Defense Property System, a web-based system for the management of personal property shipments for DOD.

CSC Government Solutions received $11,686,514 for delivery and transportation solutions to fully support combatant commanders’ movement requirements.

International Auto Logistics received $175,900,833 for transportation and storage services of privately owned vehicles for U.S. Transportation Command.

Northrop Grumman received $10,012,430 for Joint Distribution Process Analysis Center (JDPAC).

Raytheon (BBN Technologies) received $8,185,000 to provide Analysis of Mobility Platform support. Raytheon then received $10,000,000 for services currently provided as Analysis of Mobility Platform support. AMP is a transportation modeling/simulation framework used for Defense Transportation System (DTS) simulation.

Trident Technologies LLC received $23,610,638 for enterprise architecture, data, and engineering support to: U.S. Transportation Command, Military Surface Deployment & Distribution Command, and Air Mobility Command.

FORCE PROTECTION & LAW ENFORCEMENT

BAE Systems received $16,500,000 for automated installation entry systems.

Koontz Electric Co. received $8,022,694 for gate automation in Sault Sainte Marie, MI.

Moss Cape LLC received $19,979,571 for electronic security control equipment and installation. One bid solicited, one received.

Netizen Corp. received $9,900,000 for risk assessment and security engineering services for USACE Vicksburg, MS.

Northrop Grumman received $28,301,631 for continued enhancement, operation, and maintenance of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) DOD Law Enforcement Information Exchange Program.

3e Technologies International Inc. received $30,450,364 for continued implementation of a facilities Critical Infrastructure Control & Monitoring System interface to Navy Virtual Perimeter Monitoring System, which will allow monitoring and control of critical facility infrastructure for potential operating hazards or intrusions. Not competitive, per FAR 6.302-5 - authorized or required by statute 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c) (5).

ENVIRONMENTAL

EA-SCF JV received $15,000,000 for a full range of environmental compliances.

Gyro-Trac Corp. received $357,500,000 for environmental equipment in SC and Canada.

Kemron Environmental Services Inc. received $18,225,767 for Remedial Action Parcel E-2 installation of soil cover, wetlands and landfill gas control and containment system at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard.

Michels Corp. received $10,959,605 for an ecosystem restoration project at Underwood Creek along the western edge of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.

Precon Marine Inc. received $28,647,733 for lateral expansion of Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project [PDF] in Poplar Island, MD.

Weeks Marine Inc. received $26,571,750 for deferred environmental restoration in the Houston ship channel, Chambers County, TX.

FOOD SERVICES

Go Fresh Produce received $45,600,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables.

Marengo Warehouse & Distribution Center LLC ($13,455,005) and AFH Logistics Services LLC ($15,616,183) received funding for commercial cold storage of government-owned operational rations in IN, IL, FL.

Military Deli & Bakery Services received $17,698,208 for specialty delicatessen and bakery operations at 41 Defense Commissary Agency store locations.

Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services received $7,140,090 for full food services at Keesler AFB.

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

American Operations Corp. Support Services received $12,118,399 for base operations support services at Naval Air Facility El Centro.

ASRC Communications Ltd. received $43,565,332 for base operations support services at Vance AFB.

Chugach Federal Solutions Inc. received $29,908,440 for installation support services at: Eareckson Air Station; King Salmon Air Port; and Wake Island Air Field, Alaska. Chugach Federal Solutions Inc. received $65,216,460 for base operations support at various installations in NAVFAC Northwest.

Coastal Enterprises of Jacksonville Inc. received $7,207,722 for custodial services at Camp Lejeune.

Diversified Service Contracting Inc. received $11,539,097 for base operations support at NAS Patuxent River.

EMCOR Government Services Inc. received $29,017,219 for base operations support at various installations within 100-mile radius of Washington Navy Yard.

Fluor Intercontinental; KBR; Vectrus; IAP-ECC LLC; and AECOM received a maximum $900,000,000 for short-term facility support services with incidental construction in support of natural disasters, humanitarian efforts, military action, and breaks in service at various locations worldwide. “Potential customers… may extend beyond DOD.”

Fluor Federal Solutions received $28,847,912 for base operations support services at NAS Pensacola & outlying areas, Saufley Field, Corry Station, and Bronson Field.

GEO International Management received $15,890,924 for solid waste collection and disposal services at Joint Base San Antonio installations (Lackland, Randolph, Fort Sam Houston, Camp Bullis, Canyon Lake, Seguin Airfield).

Mark Dunning Industries received $7,090,592 for base operations support services at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay.

Opportunities & Resources Inc. received $10,024,780 for custodial services at various locations on Oahu. Sole-source, per AbilityOne Program (FAR Part 8.704).

Tsay/Ferguson-Williams LLC received $26,584,056 for base operations maintenance and support at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, GA.

Wolf Creek Federal Services Inc. received $22,170,573 for base operations support services at various installations in NAVFAC Northwest.

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

Accent Controls Inc. received $7,396,851 for warehousing and distribution support services in MO and FL.

CounterTrade Products Inc. received $10,000,000 for the “Virtual Warehouse” (includes ~1,500 commercial items), which aims to reduce the lead time for SSC Pacific to get materials, equipment and supplies for new prototypes and projects; and to obtain those supplies at cost-effective pricing.

DSD Laboratories Inc. received $16,677,000 for integrated supply chain planning service to enhance weapon systems support at USAF sustainment center locations.

DUCOM Inc. received $7,731,854 for logistical integration in Rock Island, IL.

Frontier Technology received $111,967,000 for readiness assessment and lifecycle decision support tools. One bid solicited, one received.

General Dynamics received $154,714,691 to support Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Officer Operations and Management functions.

GXM Consulting LLC received $49,030,210 to identify new solutions and requirements for organizations that require Transformative Application (TA) mapping tools, tactical and strategic mobile applications, cross-agency interoperability, innovation, prototyping, hosting expertise, user assessments, and limited fielding of TA systems. One bid solicited, one received.

Intergraph Government Solutions Corp. received $11,296,807 to help Army Records Management Declassification Agency and to obtain technical, analytical, system/network/local area network database admin, application programing, information security, document analysis, data entry, digitization, and infrastructure sustainment.

QualX Corp. received $7,837,500 to conduct timely declassification reviews for the U.S. Navy and USMC and to satisfy the requirements of Executive Order 13526, “Classified National Security Information.” QualX shall support the implementation, assessment, compliance, and reporting of the federal government’s declassification program.

Research Analysis & Maintenance Inc. (RAM) received $11,731,776 for technical facility support in Fort Hood.

Leidos Inc. received $40,000,000 for Defense Security Service (DSS) National Industrial Security System (NISS). Leidos will develop an integrated automated system to replace and expand upon these legacy systems: Industrial Security Facilities Database, and Department of Energy-hosted (DSS-owned) Electronic Facility Clearance System.

SAIC received $7,837,212 for Integrated Booking System (IBS) software development services in support of Army Surface Deployment & Distribution Command.

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

Appian Corp. received $21,098,330 for the Contracting-Information Technology (CON-IT) program utilizing Appian Business Process Management licenses and licensing renewals. CON-IT contract writing system will replace all four current contract writing systems, standardizing efforts across the Air Force. Sole-source.

ASM Research LLC received $7,799,934 to develop, test, train, and deploy a joint credentialing solution that supports the credentialing business requirements of DVA and DOD – Joint DOD and DVA Centralized Credentials Quality Assurance System (JCCQAS). Sole-source.

BAE Systems received $18,370,506 to provide services for ongoing supply support and to provide assistance to Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) as it tries to migrate many SSP-unique supply processes and automated systems to a standard Navy system using the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning application.

Deloitte & Touche LLP received $9,015,000 to support Defense Finance & Accounting Service (DFAS) reconciliation and financial services.

Infinite Technologies Inc. received $49,679,200 for IT and process support services in support of Centralized Access for Data Exchange (CAFDEx). This sustains business processes by maintaining current USAF wide web enhanced application at Wright-Patterson AFB. Sole-source.

Kearney & Company PC received $11,520,553 for financial statement audit services.

Makers Architecture & Urban Design LLP received $30,000,000 to develop basic facility requirements (documents, asset evaluations, floor plans) for work in NAVFAC Atlantic.

Northrop Grumman received $18,106,861 for product data systems support at Robins AFB, GA, to prepare data for transition into modernized USAF enterprise level systems. Sole-source.  Northrop Grumman received $12,000,000 for data information processing to decision-making in support of AFRL mission partners, ACC and the 35th Information Squadron.

Tecolote Research Inc. received $12,159,375 for cost estimating modeling R&D services on previous DOD programs supported by Office of SECDEF Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation. Tecolote Research Inc. received $12,734,375 for cost estimating modeling research & development services (CEM R&D) that address technical requirements beyond the scope of previous DOD programs supported by the Office of the Secretary of Defense Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation.

22nd Century Technologies Inc.; Alutiiq Pacific LLC; ASR International Corp.; ATA Services Inc.; Blackwatch International; Coastal Management Solutions; Dellew Corp.; Glocoms Inc.; Logistics Support Inc.; MCH Consulting Services; RTL Networks; Technologists Inc.; Tek Source USA Inc.; The Magetti Group; received $40,458,716 for support services to include: admin support & clerical services; quarters management services; healthcare services (except doctors, nurses or physician assistants); information & arts; IT; maritime material handling; mechanics, maintenance, repair; plant & system operation; engineering & techn support; mobile equipment operation; financial management; specialized technology; and industrial services/support throughout USA.

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

DZSP 21 LLC received $39,686,965 for base operating support services at Joint Region Marianas, Guam.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

AECOM Technical Services and Kleinfelder Inc. received $12,000,000 for investigation and design services in support of South Pacific Division wide dame and levee safety programs.

Fargo Pacific Inc. received $7,494,310 to install variable refrigerant flow (VRF) HVAC systems on Naval Base Guam.

Pernix Guam LLC received $26,463,336 to build a low observable/corrosion control/composite repair shop in support of the strike mission at Andersen AFB, Guam.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT

Del Valle Group S.P. (Toa Baja, Puerto Rico) received $12,364,278 to build the east and west channel walls on Rio Puerto Nuevo flood control project, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

D.W. Mertzke Excavating & Trucking Inc. received $9,000,000 to construct drain structures and access roads.

Garney Companies Inc. received $8,997,997 to design and build a Mud Mountain Dam nine-foot tunnel.

Harry Pepper & Associates received $27,713,700 for Herbert Hoover Dike rehabilitation and structure replacements.

Hernandez Consulting received $7,094,294 for Westbank and vicinity, hurricane storm damage risk reduction system mitigation, bottomland habitat protected side restoration, Avondale Gardens, LA.

Hesco Bastion Inc. received $8,792,000 for Gabion baskets and basket refurbishment and technical advice.

Heter Geotechnical Construction received $19,509,221 to prepare the Chickamauga Lock foundation (Tennessee) for new lock construction in 2018.

Integrico Composities of Louisiana received $11,851,500 to replace wooden railroad ties with composite plastic ties.

Johnson Brothers Corp. received $42,379,455 for Kentucky Lock cofferdam construction, Grand Rivers, Kentucky.

Kokosing Construction Company/O’Brien & Gere JV received $11,984,620 for confined disposal facility operations. One bid solicited, one received.

LECON Inc. received $15,448,340 for drainage structures and channel improvements, flood damage prevention, south detention basin, Greens Bayou, Houston, TX.

MSMM Engineering Inc. received $7,500,000 for architectural and engineering service for civil works projects, USACE, Fort Worth District.

OHL USA received $25,419,020 to improve the Santa Ana River Channel in Yorba Linda, CA.

Shaka Inc. received $7,627,228 to install and stabilize the upper and lower concrete gravity guide walls, Dashields Lock and Dam, Ohio River, PA.

Shoreline Foundation Inc. received $13,236,255 for hurricane and storm damage reduction project.

Treviicos South Inc. received $18,595,166 for a dike rehabilitation project.

Voith Hydro Inc. received $10,486,406 for an additional turbine runner for Ice Harbor Dam powerhouse, Burbank, WA. One bid solicited, one received.

Western Marine Construction received $8,752,300 for breakwater construction in Port Lyons, AK.

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Kubricky Construction Corp. received $39,800,000 to repair & replace airfield pavements for 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont ANG Base in South Burlington, VT.

Port Madison Enterprises Construction Corp. received $25,000,000 for paving and resurfacing projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

RC Construction Co. received $11,638,355 to repair Taxiway Delta at Joint Base Charleston.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

Aecom Technical Services Inc. received $45,000,000 for planning, programming, design and construction support for the National Guard.

Alliance Consulting Group LLC; John Gallup & Associates LLC; Klavon Design Associates Inc. received $30,000,000 for architect engineering services for USACE, Baltimore.

Anderson Burton Construction; Herman Construction Group Inc.; Red One - AAK JV LLC; Spectrum - Straub JV received $30,000,000 for design, construction, maintenance, repair, or rehabilitation needs at government installations.

Atherton Construction LLC received $23,347,009 for construction of Army family housing project at Rock Island, Arsenal.

Barnhart–Reese Construction received $10,920,027 to build a 22,000-square foot building for Air & Marine Operations Center on March AFB.

Bethel Contracting LLC received $24,122,400 to repair Building 155, Quad B, Schofield Barracks, Oahu, Hawaii.

Bhate Environmental Associates; Drace Construction Corp.; Futron Inc.; Garry Jacques; Gulf Pacific Contracting; Mitchell Brothers Inc. received a combined $95,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Marine Corps, Integrated Product Team (IPT).

Billy W. Jarrett Construction Co. received $9,927,000 to repair various roofing sections on Building 107 at Naval Base Kitsap.

Boro Developers Inc. received $19,988,400 for construction of an Army Reserve Center.

Bristol Engineering Services Corp.; Cherokee General Corp.; CKY Inc.; Macro-Z Technology Co.; Nordic Industries Inc. received $9,800,000 for construction work in USACE Seattle District.

BVM-VJR JV LLC received $25,000,000 to help Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville (FL) District, with construction projects.

B3 Enterprises LLC; Birmingham Industrial Construction; Blue Cord Design & Construction; KMK Construction Inc.; Polu Kai Services; VetFed-Pacific Tech JV received a shared $75,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Conrad Shipyard LLC received $17,705,307 for a welded steel barge to be used by USACE Rock Island District for floating crane services.

Contrack Watts Inc. received $44,180,000 for construction of upgrades to an aircraft maintenance hangar at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Crawford Consulting Services Inc.; Moca Systems Inc.; Project Time & Cost LLC received a shared $10,000,000 for architect and engineering services to support the Mobile District, USACE.

Daniel J. Keating Co. received $46,845,550 to build the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Headquarters Facility at Naval Support Activity Philadelphia.

De Moya Continental JV received $21,315,575 for Savannah Harbor, Georgia, and South Carolina Sediment Basin Tide Gate removal.

Earthtek Builders received $7,935,154 for painting projects at Camp Pendleton, NWS Seal Beach, NWS Seal Beach Detachment Fallbrook, and Norco.

Federal Construction Group; Harrell Contracting Inc.; Infinite Energy Construction; Industrial Maintenance & Contract Services; and Maven Construction & Environmental received a shared $30,000,000 for minor construction projects at Naval Support Activity, Crane, and Glendora Test Facility, Sullivan.

Harper Construction Co. received $37,513,631 to repair failing components of the existing basic training Starship Barracks 5970 at Fort Sill.  Harper Construction Co. received $33,800,153 to design and build a depot maintenance dock hangar.

Hawaii Pacific JV received $7,945,000 to replace the existing primary digester (Building 902) at the wastewater treatment plant at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Health Facility Solutions received $10,000,000 for architectural and engineering services.

HGL Construction Inc. received $7,981,001 to replace HVAC systems in Building 2025, Fort Sill.

Huang-Gaghan JV received $8,800,954 for boiler repair at Fort Belvoir.

JE Hurley Construction Inc. received $18,030,060 for construction on Air National Guard Building 900, Buckley AFB, Aurora, CO.

  1. Kokolakis Contracting Inc. received $52,800,200 Pershing Barracks renovation and modernization (West Point, NY).

John Bowman Inc.; Rocky Mountain Excavating; MT JV; Zieson Construction Co.; Herman Construction Group; received $99,000,000 for construction, restoration, and modernization in CO, WY, MT, ND, SD, NE, MN, WI and IA.

KBE Building Corp. received $8,435,910 to expand/renovate the main Navy exchange store at NAS Patuxent River.

Konecranes Nuclear Equipment & Services received $17,001,475 for one 25-ton portal crane at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & intermediate maintenance facility.

Merrick & Co. received $15,000,000 for architect-engineer services in Southwestern Division, Fort Worth District, USACE.

Mike Coates Construction Co. received $7,879,715 to construct an indoor firing range at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, OH.

Nova Group, Inc. received $21,490,000 to build the Land Water Interface at Naval Base Kitsap. Nova Group Inc. received $32,812,500 to build and replace a hydrant fuel system.

The Nutmeg Companies Inc. received $18,161,020 for renovations to Navy Gateway Inns and Suites Building 172 at Coasters Harbor Island, and Building 678 at Naval Station Newport.

Ocean Construction Services Inc. received $8,755,000 to restore and modernize HVAC system at Naval Health Clinic Patuxent River.

Orion Marine Construction Inc. received $23,371,000 for Wharf Bravo recapitalization at Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville, FL.

Orocon-Carothers JV3 received $13,303,500 to build Bluegrass Army Depot consolidated shipping center in Richmond, Kentucky.

Perini Management Services Inc. received $9,985,940 to construct an explosive R&D laboratory at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.

Purcell Construction Corp. received $58,913,000 for Advanced Individual Training Barracks Complex, Phase III, at Fort Lee, VA.

R.C. Construction Co. Inc. received $22,947,483 for range safety improvement and modernization at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island.

Reliable Contracting Group LLC received $9,568,280 to replace pump house and truck fill station at Moody AFB.

Rio Vista Management; W4-DMS- JV; Farah Construction Inc. received combined $150,000,000 for construction Hill AFB.

SAIC received $30,000,000 for professional architectural and engineering services in NAVFAC Southeast.

Sealaska Constructors LLC received $10,154,000 to build a civil support team ready building (as well as site & utility improvements, roadway, parking) in Windsor Locks, CT.

Smart LLC; Carvalho Electric; Veterans Construction; Smart Assistive Technologies; Campbell Construction Group; CMGC Building Corp.; City Enterprises; Enfield Enterprise; Reilly Construction; Tantara Associates Corp. received a shared $25,000,000 for general construction projects at Natick Soldier System Center, MA.

Southwestern Dakotah Inc. received $9,390,000 to repair the Nevada Air National Guard Operations Facility, building 84, in Reno.

Southwind Construction Services LLC received $48,000,000 for construction services within the Tulsa District, USACE.

SpawGlass Contractors Inc. received $13,057,022 to design and renovate Hanger One, multi-unit administrative and storage facility, Building 910, at Joint Base San Antonio.

Tabcon Inc. received $9,000,000 for roof repair and replacement at Fort Riley.

Talion Construction LLC received $20,000,000 for minor repair and construction projects at Naval Base Ventura County.

TKH-ASI LLC received $13,200,000 to repair and renovation Building 1805H at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

TSS-Garco JV received $42,468,000 to build enlisted personnel housing at Joint Base Lewis McChord.

Veterans Northwest Construction received $11,120,000 to build an aviation unit complex battalion headquarters at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Welch Construction Inc. received $9,175,192 for roofing at Fort Drum.

W.F. Magann Corp. received $20,679,412 for replacement fuel pier and distribution facility, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA.  W.F. Magann Corp. received $22,794,897 to fill in and pave over concrete dry dock structures 6 and 7 in Norfolk Naval Shipyard.  W.F. Magann Corp. received $17,432,527 to repair steel and concrete sheet pile bulkheads and pile fendering systems at Naval Station Norfolk.

WHH Nisqually-Garco JV received $12,390,000 to build a fire station facility at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, in vicinity of Gray Army Airfield.

  1. M. Jordan Co. received $30,073,807f to repair Navy Gateway Inn & Suites unaccompanied housing building R63 at Naval Station Norfolk. “A progressive collapse analysis will be required and incorporated into the design as required by current standards.”

Zachry Federal Construction received $29,427,251 for a Border Patrol station checkpoint in Falfurrais, TX.

DREDGING

Cashman Dredging & Marine Contracting received $7,365,000 for Tampa harbor maintenance dredging 43-foot, 41-foot, and 34-foot projects, Hillsborough Bay.

Great Lakes & Dock Co. received $12,840,030 for maintenance dredging services for USACE Concord, MA. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $14,058,421 to dredge Baltimore Harbor and various channels. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. received $15,473,200 for beach nourishment in Cape May, NJ.

Manson Construction Co.; Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co.; Weeks Marine; The Dutra Group received a shared $25,000,000 for hopper dredging for unanticipated shoaling for Galveston District.

Manson Construction Co. received $7,800,000 for maintenance dredging of the Redwood City harbor channel.

Port of Portland received $19,500,498 for pipeline dredging of the Columbia and Lower Willamette Rivers.

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

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

DOD spent $$31,238,838,000+ on 321 individual contracts during August 2016

The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Our project distills an entire month of these contracts into an accessible form.

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $31,238,838,000 on 321 individual contracts during August 2016. This amount does not include 22 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth at least $1,815,028,000.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

USPACOM

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

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

USCENTCOM

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

USSOCOM

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

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

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

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

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

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

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

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

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

ACADEMIA

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

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

CYBER, SIGINT, GEOINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

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

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

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

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

TELECOMMS

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

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

INVASIVE AIRCRAFT

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

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

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

OSPREY (V-22)

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

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

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

EAGLE (F-15)

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

FALCON (F-16)

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

HORNET (F-18)

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

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

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

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

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

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

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

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

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

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

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

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

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

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

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

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

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

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

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

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

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

AERIAL REFUELING

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

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

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

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

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

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

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

HELICOPTERS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

AEROSTAT

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

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

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

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

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

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

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION & FLIGHT RESEARCH

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

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

AIRCRAFT COUNTERMEASURES

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

AEGIS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

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

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

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

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

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

SHIP MAINTENANCE

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SHIP WEAPONRY

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

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

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

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

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

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

SUBMARINES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

COMMUNICATIONS

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

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

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

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

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

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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

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

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

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

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

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

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

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

SATELLITES

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

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

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

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

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

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

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

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

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

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

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

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

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

MOBILE RADAR

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

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

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

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

VEHICLES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

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

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

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

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

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

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

CLOTHING

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

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

EDUCATION & TRAINING

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

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

CBRNE

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

FUEL & ENERGY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

MEDICAL & SAFETY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

DENTAL

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

ENVIRONMENTAL

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

FOOD SERVICES

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

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

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

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

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

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

MAPPING

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

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

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

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

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

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

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

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

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

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

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

DREDGING

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

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

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

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

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

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

DOD spent $15,427,508,000+ on 244 individual contracts during July 2016

The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Our project distills an entire month of these contracts into an accessible form.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

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

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

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

RECRUITMENT, RETENTION & MESSAGING

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

USCENTCOM

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

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

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

USSOCOM

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

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

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

USSTRATCOM

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

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)

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

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

U.S. ACADEMIA

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

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

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

NUCLEAR PROCESSING

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

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

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

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

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

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

OSPREY (V-22)

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

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

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

EAGLE

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

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

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

HORNET

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

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

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

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

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

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

SPIRIT (B-2)

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

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

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

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

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

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

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

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

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

AERIAL REFUELING

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

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

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

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

VIP TRANSPORT

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

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY (AFRL)

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

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

HELICOPTERS

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

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

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

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

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

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

AIRCRAFT PODS, SENSORS & COUNTERMEASURES

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

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

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

AEGIS

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

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

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

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

SHIP MAINTENANCE

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SHIP WEAPONRY

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

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

SUBMARINES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

COMMUNICATIONS

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

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

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

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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

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

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

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

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

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

SATELLITES

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

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

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

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

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

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

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

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

MAPPING

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

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

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

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

VEHICLES

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

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

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

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

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

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

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

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

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

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

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

DOMESTIC PREPOSITIONED MATERIEL

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

CLOTHING

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

EDUCATION & TRAINING

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

FUEL & ENERGY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

MEDICAL & SAFETY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

TRANSPORTATION 

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

ENVIRONMENTAL

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

FOOD & COMMISSARY SERVICES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

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

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

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

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

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

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

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

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT

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

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

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

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

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

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

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

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

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

DREDGING

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

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

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

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

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

 

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

DOD spent $25,448,646,000+ on 292 individual contracts during June 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 $25,448,646,000 on 292 individual contracts during June 2016.  This amount does not include 23 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth roughly $3,330,606,000.

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

AM General received $66,406,483 to provide Iraq with 356 HMMWV.

AMTEC Corp. received $84,546,877 to provide Iraq with 40mm grenade systems. One bid solicited, one received.

Armtec Countermeasures Co. received $25,307,185 to provide Pakistan, Romania, UAE, and Saudi Arabia with infrared countermeasure flares.

BAE Systems received $10,862,557 to build, integrate, test, and deliver 1 assault amphibious command vehicle (AAVC7A1), and 1 assault amphibious recovery vehicle (AAVR7A1). This includes weapons, equipment, spares, publications, training, engineering, etc. for Japan. This was sole-source (FAR 6.302-4) per Japan’s official written direction.

BH Defense received $30,933,730 to provide Iraq with equipment, training, sustainment, and support to the Iraq International Academy. One bid solicited, one received.

BTAS (Ohio) received $11,786,566 for advisory & assistance services (knowledge-based, non-engineering) to Hanscom AFB and geographically separated units. This provides Professional Acquisition Support Services II program support for development, acquisition, integrations, test, deployment and sustainment in support of R&D and production activities. FMS: Morocco, Japan, Singapore, Jordan, Germany, Sweden, Thailand, Luxembourg, Romania, Poland, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan.

CNS Aviation LLC received $7,084,967 to provide Afghanistan with avionics bench test sets for counternarcotic activities.

Conti Federal Services Inc. received $7,395,937 for construction at Site 13558 in Israel.

Critical Solutions International received $32,887,207 to provide Afghanistan with 464 mine rollers, 300 brackets & manuals, and OCONUS U.S. HMMWV training.

DynCorp received $35,779,427 to provide Iraq contractor technical support services for multiplatform vehicles.

Harris Corp. received $1,700,000,000 to provide Afghanistan with Harris radios, ancillaries, spare parts, and services. The following day, DOD issued a statement saying the contract had no been awarded yet. On 22 June, the contract was finally awarded.

Lockheed Martin received $20,431,791 to provide France with C-130J long lead items (spares & support equipment) in preparation to receive four C-130J.

Raytheon received $7,863,440 to provide the Netherlands with 155mm projectiles.

Sunrise Beach Corp. received $10,640,045 to provide Netherlands with unit field and sustainment level maintenance activities (inspection, maintenance, preservation, corrosion control, avionics & component removal, repair).

FMS TO DICTATORSHIPS

Boeing received $667,522,500 to provide Qatar with twenty-four AH-64E Apache helicopters, 1 Longbow crew trainer, ground support equipment, and Thales radios. One bid solicited, one received.

General Electric received $26,979,910 to provide Egypt with twelve F110-100 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) kits.

Kilgore Flares Co. received $24,873,926 to provide the UAE and Qatar with infrared countermeasure flares.

Northrop Grumman received $8,841,488 to provide Morocco with 172 eyesafe laser range finders. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $7,227,976 to provide the UAE with PATRIOT system electric power plants. Some work in Germany.

Raytheon received $523,386,294 to modernize six PATRIOT fire units for Kuwait. One bid solicited, one received.

Swiftships LLC received $15,000,000 to provide Egypt with 28-meter coastal patrol craft production material kits, 4.7-meter rigid inflatable boats, FLIR system, diagnostic equipment, and engineering technical services. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4) - International Agreement.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Arête Associates received $7,645,708 (later revised to $7,116,398) to provide Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance & Analysis (COBRA) program systems support for the AN/DVS-1 COBRA Block 1 system and equipment. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5).

General Atomics received $24,848,504 for an additional six months of logistics support for Warrior A and Gray Eagle Block 0.

Northrop Grumman received $62,406,998 for operation and maintenance services in support of the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator (BAMS-D) program ISR mission.

Northrop Grumman received $203,559,743 for Global Hawk contractor logistic services and sustainment.

SRA International Inc. (CSRA Co.) received $7,525,000 for basic, applied, and advanced technology development, R&D, and demonstration for understanding the trust calibration process re: human-machine teaming.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Buchanan & Edwards Inc. received $19,500,000 for the Marine Corps Recruiting Information Support System (MCRISS).

Leebcor Services received $11,959,980 to repair and refurbish First Battalion Recruit Barracks B-589 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island.

MEDIA

Media Fusion Inc. received $7,660,980 for multimedia services at Edwards AFB including AFRL and any services for Air Force Plant 42.

Par Government Systems Corp. received $7,195,416 for MediSphere software and hardware. This supports the MediFor program, which aims to develop technologies for automated assessment of image/video integrity. For a given image/video, the product should automatically detect manipulations, inform analysts re: types of manipulations (how & what significance) to facilitate decisions regarding the intelligence value of the image or video.

USAFRICOM

Berry Aviation received $13,157,872 for air transportation (including casualty evacuation, passenger & cargo services, and airdrop) throughout Trans-Sahara Africa.

EUCOM

URS Federal Services received $17,792,619 for Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) Army Prepositioned Stock-2 (APS-2) European Activity Set (EAS). Work in Germany.

USNORTHCOM

Shape Technologies LLC received $8,154,767 for support (technical engineering & exercise simulation generation) to the Modeling & Simulations Operations Branch of the Joint Exercise and Training Directorate of Headquarters USSTRATCOM and for the Modeling and Simulation Branch of NORAD and USNORTHCOM.

USSOUTHCOM

King Aerospace Inc. received $31,309,919 for logistics support of the De Havilland Canada Dash 7 Airborne Reconnaissance Low (ARL) EO-5 Army Fixed Wing aircraft fleet at Fort Bliss.

Munilla Construction Management received $63,028,574 to consolidate and replace W.T. Sampson School, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. This involves building a pre-K-12 school.

USCENTCOM

AAR Airlift Group Inc. received $21,789,000 for two rotary wing aircraft to move cargo and passengers throughout Afghanistan. Columbia Helicopters Inc. received $24,983,704 for two rotary wing aircraft to move cargo and passengers throughout Afghanistan.

AC First received $24,117,967 for logistics support in Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

BAE Systems received $31,063,977 for Afghanistan Intelligence Services supporting U.S. Forces - Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received. CACI (Six3) received $28,613,559 for Afghanistan Intelligence Services supporting U.S. Forces - Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Leidos received $26,926,214 to support the 1st Theater Support Command, Ammunition Supply Point in Kuwait.

Mission Essential Personnel LLC (MEP) received $8,788,091 for coordination, planning, and execution of intelligence collection operations for U.S. Forces - Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Vectrus Systems received $26,121,838 for Base Operations Support at Camp As-Sayliyah, Camp As-Sayliyah – South, and Area Support Group - Qatar.

USSOCOM

ACADEMI; AECOM-URS; ARMA Global Corp.; Fulcrum IT Services; Jacobs Technology Inc.; and Raytheon have been added to a previously announced (28 July 2015) contract worth $900,000,000 (max.) for USSOCOM Wide Mission Support services (management, engineering & technical, professional services).

Boeing (Insitu) received $40,695,000 for Mid-Endurance Unmanned Aircraft Systems (MEUAS 1.5-B) ISR services for USSOCOM. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Medvolt LLC received $9,065,868 for a language training facility for Special Operations, Fort Carson, CO.

Textron (AAI) received $35,000,000 to provide USSOCOM mid-endurance unmanned aircraft systems, ISR services. This is a sole source requirement, issued per 10 U.S.C 2304(c) (1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Zero Point Inc. received $49,000,000 to provide USSOCOM with technical and program assistance (include training for radio-controlled IED, electronic countermeasures, EOD and counter proliferation), engineering, systems analysis, strategic project support, telecommunications analysis, and tech support, etc. Work will be at Fort Bragg and worldwide.

USPACOM

DynCorp received $20,939,704 to provide services for Philippines Operations Support in the Philippines for Marine Corps Forces Pacific and the Pacific Command Augmentation Team – Philippines.

ASYMMETRIC WARFARE GROUP

PAE (A-T Solutions) received $20,488,140 for a one-year extension for Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) operations support at Fort Meade.

“NARCO-TERRORISM”

Alliance for Counter Narcoterrorism LLC; CACI; Mission Essential Personnel; Leidos received a shared $480,000,000 to support the counter narco-terrorism program office.

DARPA

Agile Defense Inc. received $27,924,716 for unclassified IT services and support to DARPA Mission Services Office Information Technology Directorate.

BAE Systems received $13,359,684 for work on DARPA’s Adaptive Radar Countermeasures program.

Lockheed Martin received $7,397,174 for Phase II of the Collaborative Operations In Denied Environment (CODE) program. Phase I focused more on system design & development for CODE prototype, while Phase II matures algorithm suites.

Northrop Grumman received $17,773,859 for work on Phase III of DARPA’s Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node (TERN) program. Phase III focuses on design, fabrication, and testing of Tern Demonstration System (TDS) prototype. Northrop Grumman’s cost share increases by $1,025,859 ($39,396,556 to $40,422,415).

ACADEMIA

University of Dayton Research Institute received $12,098,382 for R&D and “application of conceptual, preliminary, and detailed vehicle design processes to current and future aerospace systems, weapon systems, sub-systems, and components including assurance of performance over the life cycle.” The program seeks to develop physics-based design and analysis of aerospace vehicles through modeling & simulation codes “using distributed computing environments concurrently requiring development of approximation methods, reduced order models, sensitivity analysis, uncertainty quantification, verification, validation, experimental methods characterizing behavioral physics, and data visualization.”

GEOINT

GeoEye Analytics Inc. received $55,300,000 for management & maintenance of all-source geospatial predictive analysis services (gathering, analyzing, manipulating data for geospatial predictive modeling). This was uncompetitive, per FAR 6.302-1, FAR 6.302-3, and FAR 15.3.

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH

AS & D LLC received $207,881,101 for Aerospace System Technical Research and Operations Services. Provide AFRL with high quality on-site test operations, engineering and technical personnel to perform test site design, modification and build engineering analysis of test facilities at Edwards AFB.

General Electric received $919,470,655 and United Technologies received $873,174,143 for designing, fabricating, integrating, and testing multiple complete, flight-weight centerline, 45,000 lbs. thrust turbofan adaptive engines (AETP). GE work is in Cincinnati, OH, and Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC). UT work is in Hartford, CT; West Palm Beach, FL; and AEDC.

Honeywell received $75,000,000 for the Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III & Beyond program. Williams International Co. received $30,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III & Beyond. VAATE aims to develop technologies by 2017 that will permit an order of magnitude increase in turbo-propulsion affordability over Y2K technology.

United Technologies Corp. received $24,000,000 for R&D in the areas of power and thermal management system detailed design.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $18,091,846 and Wyle Laboratories Inc. received $34,000,000 to provide engineering and logistic services in support of the F-35 Joint Program Office. These were not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

American Systems Corp. received $9,580,425 for fighter test services and operational test capabilities necessary to accomplish test concept supporting Joint Strike Fighter operational test team at Edwards AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $323,000,000 for a laboratory providing an integrated reprogramming capability to build, test, modify, and delivery mission data files (MDFs) for the F-35. This was non-competitive, 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $27,189,434 to help develop a Common F-35A air system (incl. training device integration, fusion updates, and flight test requirements for South Korea and Israel). International partner funding of $9,400,000 is allocated initially.

Lockheed Martin received $13,430,765 for delivery, installation, configuration, and initial sustainment for Autonomic Logistics Information Systems Operational Representative Environment in support of the F-35 for USAF ($6,773,065; 50%); USMC ($3,328,850; 25%) and the U.S. Navy ($3,328,850; 25%).

RAPTOR (F-22)

United Technologies received $64,205,540 for F119 engine sustainment

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $33,863,858 for integrated logistics support and sustaining engineering services in support of F/A-18 A-F and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($29,013,260; 86%); Australia ($2,190,403; 8%); Finland ($382,569; 1%); Kuwait ($382,569; 1%); Malaysia ($382,569; 1%); Switzerland ($382,568; 1%); Canada ($373,005; 1%); and Spain ($373,004; 1%).

Boeing received $17,241,112 for automated maintenance environment for F/A-18 A-F and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($15,468,605; 90%); Australia ($1,772,507; 10%).

Lockheed Martin received $23,726,165 for equipment in support of F/A-18. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

eggitt Safety Systems received $21,488,710 for two-seat canopy actuators for the F-16. Partial unnamed FMS.

LANCER (B-1)

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $30,889,800 for B-1 fuel injection nozzles.

POSEIDON

Boeing received $18,116,915 to update the flight management computer system software and air data inertial reference magnetic variation tables on the P-8A.

Boeing received $71,571,420 to develop, integrate, and test P-8A Increment 3 Block I capabilities: Link 16, Harpoon II+ Missile, integrated broadcast system receiver & filtering, high frequency radio system, targeting, and narrowband SATCOM for U.S. Navy ($67,571,420; 94.5%), Australia ($4,000,000; 5.5%).

AERIAL REFUELING

General Electric received $59,812,570 to remanufacture eighteen F108 engines. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $1,910,525,014 for KC/KDC-10 airframe contractor logistics support. This includes KDC-10 Remote Aerial Refueling Operator System for the Netherlands (FMS).

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

American Systems Corp. received $85,000,000 for operational test & evaluation services (integrated test functions for USAF and multiservice fighter acquisition programs; test design; test planning, execution, reporting) related to 4th and 5th generation fighters at Edwards AFB and Nellis AFB.

Boeing received $7,997,277 for engineering, kits, equipment, and tooling to modify T-45 engine inlet in order to correct chronic engine surges and stalls.

Boeing received $40,309,890 for C-32 and C-40 aircraft items and contractor logistics support.

Canadian Commercial Corps. received $7,798,279 for the Global Procedure Designer (GPD) software design, installation, support, training, maintenance, and technical support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Draken International received $28,000,000 for adversary air support services (including fuel and flight hours) at Nellis AFB.

GSE Dynamics Inc. received $14,761,578 for fairing assemblies and engineering and technical support.

Gulfstream received $9,876,821.01 for Gulfstream Executive Aircraft Engineering Services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Interstate Electronics Corp. received $11,877,790 for flight test instrumentation engineering services. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

M1 Support Services received $193,770,483 for: T-38 aircraft maintenance program operations & maintenance services. This provides B-2 and U-2 pilots with a companion training capability and adversary air assets for the F-22 community. Work at Beale, Holloman, Langley, Tyndall and Whiteman AFB.

Precision Turbines, Inc. received $45,823,629 for performance-based contractor logistics support for two UC-35C and 10 UC-35D aircraft in support of USMC. Overseas work is in Okinawa, Japan (7.3%) and Doha, Qatar (0.1%).

Raytheon received $14,015,266 for Block 1 engineering, manufacturing development, and preparation for Joint Precision Approach & Landing System (JPALS) Program configuration design review.

TIAX LLC received $17,689,581 for an integrated aircrew ensemble initial rate production and initial operational test and evaluation.

HELICOPTERS

Airbus received $73,082,640 for Program Year 11 contractor logistic support for the U.S. Army's UH-72 fleet.

General Electric received $46,302,266 for T-700 engine field service support.

Lockheed Martin received $40,382,466 for MH-60R non-recurring engineering efforts for the integration of software product improvement for U.S. Navy ($35,382,466; 87.6%); and Australia ($5,000,000; 12.4%).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $11,062,320 for one UH-60M helicopter.

Moog Inc. received $7,129,206 to repair the cylinder assembly and the analog convertor on H-60 aircraft. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

Lockheed Martin received $7,027,343 for sustainment of the Common Organizational Level Tester (COLT).

Lockheed Martin received $1,750,000,000 for repairables for various weapon systems. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Pacific Architects and Engineers Aviation & Technical Services received $37,791,348 for maintenance on aircraft at Naval Test Wing Pacific, China Lake (50%); Point Mugu, CA (40%); and various U.S. locations (10%).

Parsons Government Support Services received $7,194,399 for ground support equipment maintenance services at Robins AFB.

AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS, PODS & SENSORS

Harris Corp. (Exelis) received $12,321,567 for engineering services and software support equipment products for Advanced Self-Protection Jammer (AN/ALQ-165), the Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures (AN/ALQ-214), Aircraft Self Protection Optimization and the Software Improvement Project for U.S. Navy ($7,392,941; 60%); Australia ($2,464,313; 20%); Kuwait ($985,725; 8%); Finland ($739,294; 6%); and Switzerland ($739,294; 6%). This was not competitively procured, FAR 6.302-1.

Honeywell International Inc. received $9,086,802 for 101 full-rate production Lot 39 advanced multi-purpose displays for F/A-18E/F and EA-18F aircraft. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $24,933,924 for up to 194 Quint Networking Technology radios; 379 parts of associated hardware; and 36,482 hours of incidental equipment modification services for AN/ALQ-231(V) Intrepid Tiger Electronic Attack System in support of the Joint Electronic Attack Compatibility Office. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Technology Service Corporation (TSC) received $11,227,839 for work on Rapid Reaction Multi Mission/Support Jammer Cueing.

Toyon Research Corp. received $22,825,667 for AN/ALQ-231(V) hardware, incidental engineering and modification services for the electronic warfare and electronic attack communications jamming airborne and ground based systems and laboratories. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES

Pyrotechnic Specialties Inc.; Amtec Corp. received $48,000,000 to replenish BBU-35 A/B [PDF} impulse cartridges. Some FMS (Singapore, Greece, India, Taiwan, Poland, Hungary, Tunisia, Belgium, Romania, Pakistan, Morocco, UAE).

Raytheon received $118,526,926 for Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD) Jammer vehicles (lot 9) and support equipment. This is sole-source.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $357,018,057 for AEGIS work: engineering, computer maintenance, inspection, overhaul, depot support, etc. for Japan (49.6%); South Korea (27.9%); Norway (16.4%); Australia (5.1%); and Spain (1%). Includes AEGIS implementation studies for future FMS. FMS ($86,154,657) obligated at time of contract. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and (c)(4).

Lockheed Martin received $22,383,606 for lifetime sustainment and support services for installed Aegis Weapon Systems (AWS).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Advanced Acoustic Concepts received $27,461,965 to support existing mission package software platforms for LCS Mission Modules Program. AAC will procure, install, fabricate, test, troubleshoot and perform operational maintenance.

Austal USA received $11,239,032 to provide emergent availability planning and execution for full ship shock trials support (FSST) for USS Jackson (LCS-6).

CSC Government Solutions LLC received $10,291,231 for professional services (test & eval, lifecycle engineering & support, logistics & operational readiness, program management, business & financial management, systems engineering, production planning & production engineering, manning, personnel & training, human systems integration analysis & engineering, data management engineering, combat systems dev.) in support of the LCS Program Office, and the LCS Fleet Introduction and Sustainment Program Office.

Lockheed Martin received $10,864,910 for emergent availability planning & execution and test & trials for USS Milwaukee (LCS-5) full ship shock trials.

SHIP CONSTRUCTION

General Dynamics received funding for detail design and construction of six T-AO 205 Class Fleet Replenishment Oilers (lead ship in FY2016 worth $640,206,756; aiming for one follow ship/year FY2018 - FY2022). This was procured via limited competition pursuant to 10 U.S .Code 2304(c)(3).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $272,467,161 for long lead-time material in support of one amphibious assault ship (LHA 8). Limited competition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(3).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $53,434,742 for USS Russell (DDG-59) FY2016 selected restricted availability (SRA).

BAE Systems received $21,234,688 for fitting out availability and post shakedown availability of Amphibious Landing Platform Dock USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $17,306,376 for emergent and supplemental long lead-time material to support overhauling USS George Washington’s (CVN 73) refueling complex.

MHI/Tecnico JV received $27,102,332 for USS Arlington (LPD-24) FY2016 phased maintenance availability (PMA).

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics received $7,285,000 to design Virginia class submarine – Virginia payload module prototype and tactical integrated tube & hull forgings.

General Dynamics received $13,712,585 to continue developing AN/BYG-1 Weapons Control System (WCS) Technology Insertion (TI) and Advanced Processing Build (APB) software upgrade for multiple submarine platforms.

Lockheed Martin received $14,296,595 for AN/SQQ-89 product supportability and installation efforts for U.S. Navy (87%); Japan (13%).

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

For an estimated $3,960,000,000 (max.) of services per year, 608 corporations will compete for service requirements solicited by Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Command, Strategic Systems Programs, Office of Naval Research, and USMC. The functional service areas within the contract scope include: R&D; engineering; modeling, simulation, and analysis; prototyping, pre-production, model-making, and fabrication; system design documentation & technical data; software engineering; programming & network support; quality assurance; information assurance; IT support; ship inactivation & disposal; interoperability; test & eval; acquisition logistics; training support; and public affairs & multimedia support.

For technical support services (assessing network requirements; designing system architecture; network modeling; simulation & testing; network technology & prototype development; network security; information assurance & certification of networks; network management) on afloat, ashore, and airborne networks and information systems: Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. received $18,101,909; Calnet Inc. received $19,441,463; McKean Defense Group LLC (Cabrillo Technologies) received $21,859,683; SAIC received $20,740,845; Scientific Research Corp. received $20,436,260; Solute Inc. received $19,336,821.

Adept Process Services Inc. received $30,291,891 for port operations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Oahu, Hawaii.

Falconwood Inc. received $72,967,311 for program management office support for Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems’ (PEO EIS) Navy Enterprise Networks office. This is non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

General Electric received $20,075,280 for Single Shank Turbine LM2500 Hot Section Modification Kits and Integrated Electronic Controller Modification Kits.

Harris (Exelis) received $24,371,236 to build, test, and deliver four FY2016 AN/SPS-48G radar modification kits.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $16,660,623 for services (resolve obsolescence that impacts host platform physical/electronic interfaces) involving software development, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) procurement, and hardware/software integration for subs and undersea warfare weapons.

Serco Inc. received $9,902,408 for Close-In Weapons System (CIWS) waterfront installation support in Norfolk, VA (36%); San Diego, CA (30%); Pearl Harbor, HI (5%); Everett, WA (6%); Mayport, FL (6%), and overseas ports (17%).

Systems Planning & Analysis received $9,737,545 for expertise in: engineering, test & evaluation, and program management for above water sensor systems development.

4 Star Technologies Inc.; Atlantic Diving Supply; Advanced Computer Concepts; Blue Tech Inc.; CDW Government LLC; CounterTrade Products Inc.; FCN; Global Technology Resources; iGov Technologies; M2 Technology; Marshall Communications; MicroTechnologies LLC; NCS Technologies Inc.; New Tech Solutions; Presidio Networked Solutions; Red River Computer Co.; SAIC; Scientific Research Corp.; Sterling Computers Corp.; Unistar-Sparco Computers Inc.; Walker & Associates received a shared $750,000,000 for commercial-off-the-shelf, C2 equipment and related worldwide support services primarily for the U.S. Navy (nominal support to DOD and civilian federal agencies). C2 equipment may consist systems: video & imagery; GPS equipment, intelligence support; intercom; and tactical displays, processors, workstations.

SATELLITE LAUNCHES

Alaska Aerospace Corp. received $80,426,000 for launch facility and range support services in Kodiak, Alaska.

Lockheed Martin received $50,247,984 for seven Reentry Field Support Equipment sets and four sets of support equipment. Includes interim contractor support, and if necessary, design requalification and/or recertification.

Orbital ATK (Launch Systems) received $7,581,050 for Missile Component Advanced Technologies (MCAT) Program. This includes motor cases, internal & external case insulation, nozzles, thrust vector control & actuators, propellant, advanced solid rocket materials, model & simulation tools, characterization & mitigation of hazards with SRMs & propellants, etc.

SATELLITES

Harris Corp. received $24,361,851 for Space Control Depot support of nine additional programs that have transitioned to sustainment.

L-3 received $43,874,673 for Consolidated Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) modifications, maintenance, and operations at Diego Garcia; Guam; Ka'ena Point, HI; New Boston AFS; Thule AB; Vandenberg AFB; Bordon, Hants, UK; and Cape Canaveral AFS. Harris Inc. received $8,982,374 for two months of operations, maintenance, and logistics support of Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) at Schriever AFB; Colorado Springs, CO; Vandenberg AFB; Diego Garcia; Andersen AFB; Kaena Point, Oahu, HI; New Boston AFS; Cape Canaveral AFS; and Thule AB.

Lockheed Martin received $47,971,885 for Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Satellite vehicle 1-4. LM will help with mission planning functionality to support the AEHF transition from initial to full operational capability.

Lockheed Martin received $25,195,531 for Remote Sensing Systems Directorate’s Space Based Infra-Red Systems (SBIRS) follow-on production, specifically transitioning geosynchronous earth orbit operations. This adds backend tuning to the baseline.

HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

Lockheed Martin received $34,027,588 for Next Generation Technical Services IV at: Wright Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground; Stennis Space Center; Vicksburg, MS; and Lorton, VA.

SAIC received $84,726,491 for management and technical support necessary to advance high performance computing services at: Wright Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG); Stennis Space Center, MS; Vicksburg, MS; Lorton and McLean, VA.

CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Applied Research Associates; Booz Allen Hamilton; Concurrent Technologies Corp.; Eoir Technologies; Leidos; Logos Technologies; Neany Inc.; Radiance Technologies Inc.; Sierra Nevada Corp. received $248,613,655 for DOD technology requirements.

Arctic Slope Mission Services received $8,144,007 for cyber security and interoperability engineering support for assistance with requirements to meet, develop, test and certify information systems delivered under unnamed FMS cases. Work at Hanscom AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $25,652,565 for approximately 299,730 hours of technical services for C4ISR electronic projects in support of Naval Air Warfare Systems, Aircraft Division – Special Communications Mission Solutions Division.

Clark Construction Group received $616,311,000 to design and build a multi-story office building at Fort Meade.

Harris (Exelis Inc.) received $25,089,863 for technical and engineering support toward the design, development, integration, test and operation of command and control, electronic warfare, communication and sensing systems. Exelis will be part of a team to provide tailored technical collection target planning and innovative technical collection plans. Planning and modeling shall leverage existing technical assessments and signatures.

L-3 Communications received $32,446,422 for advanced engineering services to unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Nimbis Services Inc. received $9,000,000 for R&D on DOD’S cloud-based silicon integrated circuit design environment, which would allow “seamless linkage of the best design and verification capabilities across DOD.” Work is in Columbus, Ohio, for AFRL. This is a sole-source acquisition.

RKF Engineering Solutions received $19,748,000 for the Defense Spectrum Organization Electromagnetic Spectrum Services Applied Engineering Support - Mobile Service Provider. Work in Annapolis, MD, and Fort Meade.

SAIC received $8,571,428 for system interoperability/integration requirements & tests, and proof of concepts studies relating to force protection requirements for INSCOM G3 Aerial ISR. Work in Huntsville, AL; Fort Gordon; and Afghanistan.

Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) received $9,236,172 to support and sustain Tactical Systems Emulator (TSE) software, TSE System Integration Laboratory, TSE Continental United States Classroom Systems at Beale AFB; Fort Bragg; Hurlburt AFB; and Cannon AFB. This was sole-source acquisition by Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA).

STG Inc. received $34,538,786 for IT services and support requirements for the 2nd Regional Cyber Center Western Hemisphere, Fort Huachuca.

COMMUNICATIONS

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $60,121,339 for AN/ARC-210 radios and ancillary equipment for U.S. and FMS platforms.

ViaSat Inc. received $33,052,330 to provide senior leaders and support staff with Ku-band and Ka-band comms utilizing ViaSat subscription service while travelling via aircraft.

ViaSat Inc. received $48,270,580 for engineering, technical services and ancillary hardware and software products in support of Joint Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) SATCOM Network Integrated Control System UHF SATCOM channel controllers and user terminals sustainment/modernization. Work in San Diego, CA. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DRS Network & Imaging Systems received $20,500,000 for Army Installation Kits and Spares for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

ECS Federal received $8,685,758 to deliver enterprise-wide IT services (help desk, desk-side, organizational messaging and communications) to Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and its respective customers.

IBM received $13,472,479 for continued IT services and support for PEO Enterprise Information System Product Lead-Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems.

IBM received $319,600,000 for Commissary Advanced Resale Transaction System (CARTS PDF) replacement/modernization point of sale hardware procurement.

Mythics Inc. received $10,201,849 for Oracle software maintenance for PEO Enterprise Information Systems and Army Materiel Command at Fort Belvoir.

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM

BCF Solutions Inc. received $109,680,314 for advisory & assistance services re: acquisition life-cycle planning, policy development, program review & analysis, documentation and integration focused on supporting MDA’s development, and deployment of the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS). Work at the National Capital Region; Fort Belvoir; Huntsville, AL; Dahlgren, VA; Colorado Springs, CO; Albuquerque, NM; and Hanscom AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $205,000,000 for Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system development, support and integration.

Northrop Grumman received $600,000,000 to provide MDA and DOD with: enterprise-level technical integration and BMDS level operational integration products & services; integrated missile defense capabilities & readiness, wargame command & control procedures, operational concepts, and doctrinal requirements; and IT services. Partial FMS to the UAE.

Venturi Inc. received $51,478,645 for advisory and assistance services for logistics support to MDA technical, engineering, advisory and management support (processes, procedures, plans & policies throughout BMDS acquisition life cycle) in Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Dahlgren, VA; Hanscom AFB; Vandenberg AFB; Fort Bliss.

NUCLEAR WEAPONRY

Boeing received $7,663,455 for engineering and manufacturing development (test assets, materials, hardware) of the B61-12 tailkit assembly.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Action Manufacturing Co. received $29,474,619 for M739A1 Point Detonating/Delay (PD/DLY) Fuse.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc. received $24,407,499 for R&D and testing of rocket propulsion technology for Army missile systems. Orbital ATK received $24,860,200 for R&D and testing of rocket propulsion technology for Army missile systems.

A1 Signal Research received $29,903,222 for 10 months of test & eval support to the Environmental & Component Test Directorate, Redstone Test Center (RTC). One bid solicited, one received.

BAE Systems received $8,938,495 to install additional anoxic treatment capacity at Building 221, Phase 2, Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP). BAE Systems received $9,002,367 to install two additional anoxic treatment cells at HSAAP. BAE Systems received $26,911,091 to install two equalization basins at HSAAP.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. received $7,092,164 for labor and travel in support of the Lower Tier Project Office Missile Systems Independent Integration Analysis.

Lockheed Martin received $10,629,679 for ~185,059 hours of life cycle logistics services for Tomahawk command & control system; Naval Mission Planning System; digital camera receiving stations; and Naval Strike Warfare Planning Center programs in support of U.S. Navy ($7,542,815; 70.96%); Japan ($280,624; 2.64%); Australia ($280,624; 2.64%); Denmark ($280,624; 2.64%); Saudi Arabia ($280,624; 2.64%); Finland ($280,624; 2.64%); Italy ($280,624; 2.64%); Malaysia ($280,624; 2.64%); Kuwait ($280,624; 2.64%); Pakistan ($280,624; 2.64%); Canada ($280,624; 2.64%); and the UK ($280,624; 2.64%). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Longbow LLC received $27,911,619 for Radar Electronic Unit full-rate production Lots 5, 6, and 6b.

Parsons Government Services received $455,096,167 for weapons and missile systems engineering advisory and assistance services under technical, engineering, advisory, and management support in Huntsville, AL; the National Capital Region; Dahlgren, VA; Salt Lake City, UT.

Raytheon received $11,140,001 for depot level diagnostics and repair of major PATRIOT missile system items. Overseas work in: South Korea; Japan; UAE; Bahrain; Qatar; Kuwait; Germany, and Turkey.

Raytheon received $23,000,000 for life cycle support efforts on the Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II).

Raytheon received $23,796,465 for Evolved SEASPARROW Missile (ESSM) Design Agent, In-Service Support (ISS), Technical Engineering Support Services (TESS) and Block 2 Risk Reduction Support. This is sole-source, per international agreement between USA and nine other countries. Overseas work in: Hengelo OV, Netherlands (2.31%); Raufoss, Norway (2.27%); Ottobrunn, Germany (1.18%); Richmond, Australia (1.18%); Rocket Center, WV (0.79%); Mississauga, Canada (0.70%); Madrid, Spain (0.51%); Ankara, Turkey (0.30%); and Koropi, Greece (0.14%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4) - International Agreement.

Raytheon received $28,000,000 to integrate Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) onto various USAF and USN aircraft platforms.

Torch Technologies Inc. received $85,339,100 to continue supporting missile modeling simulation, hardware-in-the-loop and prototype development facilities.

Tower Industries Inc. received $87,149,390 for cast iron practice bombs for the USAF.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $7,311,630 for work on the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

BAE Systems received $13,723,310 for System Technical Support and Sustainment System Technical Support for the Bradley Family of Vehicles.

General Dynamics received $15,951,250 for equipment and facility repairs at Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, Lima, OH.

IDSC Holdings LLC received $13,792,415 for spare parts for multiple weapon systems, aircraft and vehicles.

Oshkosh Defense received $18,500,000 for systems technical support for heavy tactical vehicles.

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

EXPAL USA and Island Pyrochemical Industries Corp. (IPI) received $39,800,000 for sheetstock propellant. Work in Europe and Africa.

Nammo Pocal Inc. received $9,361,143 for M751, M775 and M781 point detonating mortar practice fuses.

N2 Imaging Systems received $81,071,853 for Family of Weapons Sights – Sniper engineering and manufacturing development, and LRIP. This is the first clip-on thermal weapon sight developed/fielded for U.S. Army snipers.

ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

BAE Systems received $9,515,068 to design, build, and demonstrate an airborne prototype to detect buried mines/IED from an altitude of up to 2000 feet.

Leidos Inc. received $7,600,000 for product support integration services for the Marine Corps Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare (CREW) systems in Charleston, SC (60%); Camp Lejeune (10%); Camp Pendleton (10%); Camp Hansen, Okinawa (5%); Camp Arifjan, Kuwait (10%), Marine Corps Base Hawaii (5%).

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

A-Tech Corp. received $27,810,075 for R&D of Advanced Electro-Optical and Infrared Sensing.

Airborne Systems North America received $99,000,000 for the RA-1 Advanced Ram air parachute system (RA-1) and spare parts.

Aurora Industries (Camuy, Puerto Rico) received $47,338,830 for U.S. Army duffel bags.

Eagle Industries received $49,049,500 for Ballistic Combat Shirts for the Soldier Protection System Torso & Extremity Protection.

Mahaffey Tent & Awning Co. received $8,712,812 for Joint Readiness Training Center rotational life support services.

Specialty CNC; Loughmiller Machine Tool & Design; J&N Metal Products; Guardian Technology; and CM Engineering received a shared $20,000,000 for weapon mounts and stands.

Television Equipment Associates Inc. (TEA) received $15,758,350 for Tactical Communications and Protective System kits.

CLOTHING

American Apparel Inc. received $16,719,102 for various types of uniform trousers (Army, USN, USMC). American Apparel Inc. received $16,069,122 for various types of uniform blouses (Army, USN, USMC).

Crown Clothing Co. received $7,943,140 for USMC men's coats.

M&M Manufacturing (Lajas, Puerto Rico) received $25,400,632 for U.S. Navy working uniform blouses and trousers. Work in Puerto Rico.

Wolverine World Wide Inc. received $10,339,075 for Navy leather dress shoes (M&F).

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Cubic Global Defense Inc. received $52,151,396 for training support to the Joint Readiness training Center, Fort Polk.

Davis Defense Group received $95,000,000 for professional support services: administrative, editorial, engineering, instructional, multimedia, program management, student service support, instructional technology and subject matter experts for the Marine Corps College of Distance Education & Training (CDET) Distance Professional Military Education programs. CDET develops and delivers career/service level school, intermediate/joint level school, and professional military education to eligible U.S. Marines.

Inverness Technologies, Inc. received $18,385,338 for services to the Transition Assistance Program at Fort Knox.

  1. F. Taylor Inc. received $33,681,937 for management, operation, and development services on the manned flight simulator facility in support of various platforms for U.S. Navy ($32,752,792; 97.24%); U.S. Army ($546,843; 1.62%), FMS ($382,302; 1.14%).

Katmai Health Services Inc. received $21,500,000 for high-fidelity role player services within a training environment (including exposure to operational complexities, mental & physical stress, and challenging ethical decision-making) at Camp Lejeune (33.3%); Camp Pendleton (33.3%); Marine Corps Base Hawaii (33.3%). This was received as an 8(a) set aside, per FAR Part 17.

CBRNE

Battelle Memorial Institute received $10,081,145 for CBRNE logistics support services.

HDT Expeditionary Systems Inc. and Design West Technologies received $37,692,590 for M98 gas particulate filter sets. These were non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

FUEL & ENERGY

BP ($10,536,567) and Petromax Refining Co. ($22,743,828) received those amounts for fuel. BP ($152,714,386) and BioUrja Trading LLC ($113,153,044) received for fuel. Phillips 66 Co. received $23,307,495 for fuel. Shell Oil ($107,916,190) and Calumet Shreveport Fuels ($42,959,640) received those amounts for fuel.

Cummins Power Generation received $7,900,000 for the Program Manager Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems for the Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources 5 - 60 kilowatt (kW) [PDF] generator requirement.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $8,834,055 for the Saros Battlefield Oxygen System for the Army Medical Materiel Agency.

Barr Laboratories Inc. received $35,232,541 for two types of adenovirus vaccine.

CAZADOR LLC received $12,604,359 for initial commodities for a family health clinic and for a veterinary clinic in Japan.

FCN Inc. received $10,387, 236 to provide CISCO service and maintenance support to include maintaining deployed CISCO hardware throughout the Defense Health Agency and military treatment facilities worldwide.

GlaxoSmithKline (Research Triangle Park, NC) received $17,115,211 for multi-dose influenza vaccine vials.

Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Co. received $27,000,000 for dental equipment.

Seqirus received $18,108,450 for multi-dose influenza vaccine vials. Work in USA (Pennsylvania) and Australia.

VWR International LLC received $8,250,000 for laboratory equipment.

Welch Allyn Inc. received $43,650,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables spare/repair parts and training.

Zoll Medical Corp. received $400,000,000 for monitors used to check vital signs.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Battelle Memorial Institute received $99,500,000 for environmental support services at various installations worldwide.

Jacobs Field Services North America Inc. received $17,048,890 to remove deactivated electrical cables; debris removal; site operation & maintenance; and technical support & mechanical dredging for the New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site. Jacobs Field Services North America Inc. received $7,853,186 for help with mechanical dredging in the intertidal area along Fairhaven, MA.

KCR Manufacturing; S&H Products; Kochek Co. received a shared $49,500,000 for water handling accessories supporting Wildlands Fire Protection program.

Multi-Media Environmental Compliance Group JV received $95,000,000 for multi-media environmental compliance services in NAVFAC Southwest.

Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises received $8,482,805 for remediation in Pentolite Road red water ponds and remediation of contaminated soil in Plum Brook Ordnance Works.  One bid solicited, one received.

Parson Government Services; Tetra Tech Inc.; Marstel-Day LLC; HDR Environmental, Operations & Construction; and Ch2m Hill Inc. received $9,000,000 for comprehensive environmental, planning, conservation restoration, miscellaneous sustainment, and support for: Headquarters, DOD, Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and DLA projects; and USACE.

TPMC-Energy Solutions Environmental Services JV; Los Alamos Technical Associates; J2 Dial Cordy JV received a shared $500,000,000 for environmental services including support & maintenance, environmental restoration & compliance, base realignment and closure and military family housing programs worldwide.

FORCE PROTECTION

M.A. Mortenson Co. received $50,660,000 to build a Crab Island Security Enclave at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay.

FOOD SERVICES

Berg Manufacturing Inc. received $24,608,663 for the engineering, design and production of the Multi-Temperature Refrigerated Container System.

Boston Consulting Group (BCG) received $17,015,046 for contractor advisory and assistance services. Some services (i.e., progress review; other discussion; briefings) may be performed at the Defense Commissary Agency.

FreshPack Produce Inc. received $62,128,910, received $30,688,690, and received $46,703,366 for fresh fruits and vegetables for customers and schools in San Antonio, Texas. One customer is the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Southern Foods Group received $8,510,191 for fresh dairy and juice items.

Sysco received $7,600,000 for food and beverages in Alaska. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - 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.

CGI Federal Inc. received $34,240,357 for U.S. Army Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) G-2 operational and environmental support services.

Didlake Inc. received $8,735,197 for annual custodial services at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, and outlying clinics in the Hampton Roads Area.

Fluor Federal Solutions LLC received $47,050,814 for base operations support services at various installations in NAVFAC Southeast.

IAP World Services Inc. received $15,625,567 for base operations support services at NAS Patuxent River.

Logistics & Technology Services received $9,486,123 for municipal services (janitorial, pest control, ground maintenance, environmental) for 63rd Regional Support Command, Region 2 – Texas.

Mark Dunning Industries Inc. received $11,236,580 for base operating support services at NAS Jacksonville, Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, Naval Station Mayport, Blount Island, and outlying areas.

LiDAR SURVEYING & MAPPING

Chenega Technical Innovations LLC received $10,120,306 for reconnaissance and surveying systems and technology refresh kits.

Fugro received $12,500,000 and Surdex Corp. received $12,500,000 for architectural & engineering work on photogrammetric and LiDAR surveying and mapping.

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

Accenture Federal Services received $53,519,203 to continue operations and maintenance services for the General Fund Enterprise Business System.

Booze Allen Hamilton received $11,562,841 for systems engineering and technical assistance to the PEO Enterprise Information Systems Project Management Office Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army.

The Boston Consulting Group received $8,147,343 for subject matter expertise and analysis which will assist DOD with the implementation of policies, procedures, and systems that will increase the effectiveness of DoD's cost management across all business lines. Work at the Pentagon.

Bowhead Business & Technology Solutions received $48,000,000 for contract services for the Information Technology Laboratory.

Deloitte Consulting received $9,516,157 for analysis (enterprise value map, value chain, governance performance) in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Koniag Information Security Services received $7,846,513 to provide DOD Office of the Chief Information Officer (DOD CIO) with an “enduring data analytics environment that allows repeatable, verifiable analytics based on the Department's Business Mission Area (BMA) on the available IT enterprise services.”

POWERTEK Corp. received $7,659,036 to support Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Products and Services at Fort Belvoir.

Ridgewood Technology Partners received $7,959,065 for program management office support for the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems’ Navy Enterprise Networks (NEN) program office. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

OVERSEAS BASE OPERATING SUPPORT

Centerra Group LLC (formerly G4S Government Solutions) received $6,541,550 for base operating support services at military and civilian installations in Singapore.

DZSP 21 LLC received $43,879,074 for base operations support at Joint Region Marianas, Guam. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION

Cardno-Amec Foster Wheeler JV received $30,000,000 for USMC facilities assessments utilizing the BUILDER™ Sustainment Management System at various Marine Corps installations worldwide. Some work in Japan (24%).

Cromwell Architects Engineers Inc. received $25,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for Navy Exchange Service Command facilities worldwide.

Wolf Creek Federal Services Inc. received $16,361,434 for demolition of facilities and structures in Guam.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT

Andritz Hydro Corp. received $16,383,400 to rehabilitate five Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton turbine hub linkages at the John Day Dam, Rufus, OR.

BIS Services LLC received $9,512,825 for a hurricane protection project along the Louisiana coast.

Decatur Construction Inc. received $8,278,000 to expand the Ft. Logan National Cemetery by developing approximately 10 acres of land for additional graves.

Eastman Aggregate Enterprise LLC received $11,889,481 for the Beach Erosion Control and Hurricane Protection Project, Miami-Dade County, Florida, Beach Renourishment 2016, Miami Beach – Hot Spots.

Luhr Brothers Inc. received $18,000,000 for flood control on the Mississippi, Atchafalaya, and Red Rivers, and Old River control channels.

Midwest Construction Co. received $9,278,360 to build hard points and place riprap upper bank paving at locations along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.

Natt McDougall Co. received $15,576,500 to upgrade the adult fish facility, Fall Creek Dam & Reservoir in Lowell, OR.

Thalle Construction Co. received $42,972,545 for a roller compacted concrete reinforcing berm, downstream of the Center Hill Auxiliary Dam, to reduce the risk of a catastrophic failure of the auxiliary dam.

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Atlantic Contracting & Material Co. received $11,320,995 to repair SP Area and SP 37 airfield pavement onboard Naval Station Norfolk.

R.C. Construction Co. received $16,026,182 to repair Green Ramp North, Phase II, Pope AFB.

Renew Group received $9,000,000 for paving at Altus AFB.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

A & D General Contracting received $12,825,000 to repair and alter Hangars 101 and 103 at MCAS Yuma.

AECOM-Parsons JV received $7,584,719 for construction management technical support services at the Pentagon and at Raven Rock Mountain Complex.

CB&I Federal Services received $14,610,276 to close twenty-seven large fuel tanks at Defense Fuel Support Point San Pedro, CA. Each tank will have appurtenances removed, filled with a cellular concrete flowable fill, and abandoned in place.

CCI Construction Services LLC; D&D Construction Inc.; Dawson Federal Inc.; GSI Pacific Inc.; TKH-ASI LLC; and Hawaii Pacific JV LLC received a shared $245,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Hawaii.

CCI Energy & Construction Services received $8,000,000 for Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineering Requirement (SABER). CCI will provide plant, labor, materials and equipment, and perform all operations in connection with SABER at Eglin AFB.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $11,145,244 to renovate the Joint Base Charleston Passenger Terminal.

Dan's Excavating; Angelo Iafrate Construction; Site Development; and RBV Contracting received $9,500,000 for repair, maintenance, and construction for the Michigan National Guard.

David Boland Inc. received $17,277,083 to construct an Army Reserve Center in Dublin, CA.

Drace Anderson JV received $10,477,239 to build the T-6B Texan II Joint Primary Aircraft Training System, training operations facility, at NAS Whiting Field.

D Square & Au Authum Ki JV received $14,757,314 to build the Guardian Angel Squadron operations facility at Davis-Monthan AFB.

Electech Hawaii; Ronald N.S. Ho & Associates; MK Engineers received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering electrical services for Pacific region projects.

EMR Inc. received $9,677,872 to repair and renovate Building 351 barrack housing at Northwest Annex in Chesapeake, VA. EMR Inc. received $7,639,777 to renovate the Navy Gateway Inn & Suites portion of Building 225 at Dam Neck.

EVCO National Inc. received $8,000,000 for repair and replacement of exterior building surfaces, preparation and painting.

GCAG/SCG JV received a maximum $950,000,000 for design & construction service to support restoration and modernization programs in the continental United States Central Region supporting the Air Force Civil Engineer (AFCEC).

Granite Construction Co. received $22,448,211 to improve existing Infantry Squad Defense Range 314C at Camp Pendleton.

Gridiron Construction Co.; K-Barr Group; SAF Inc.; Siler Excavating received $25,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Heartwood Pacific LLC received $7,785,662 to design and repair an HVAC system in Building 214/214A on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Infinite Energy Construction Inc. received $45,000,000 for simplified acquisition of base engineering requirements at Joint Base Charleston.

Iron Horse Kurtz JV; Pro-Mark Services, Inc.; Fuller Construction, Inc.; Cerebral Group LLC; Triple A Building Services Inc.; received a combined $45,000,000 for maintenance, repair, alteration, mechanical, electrical, heating/air conditioning, demolition, painting, paving, earthwork, and industrial/office/housing construction on Ellsworth AFB.

Mechanical Enterprises Inc. received $10,000,000 for mechanical, fire protection and other projects in NAVFAC Hawaii.

Notkin Mechanical Engineers received $30,000,000 for architectural and engineering projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

Okland received $10,687,842 to design and build an epoxy hangar bay flooring system, and a powder coated steel mechanical enclosure at Luke AFB, Arizona.

RMF Engineering Inc. P.C. received $25,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for DOD and U.S. intelligence community agencies.

Roof Spec Inc. and Bradford Roof Management Inc. received $10,000,000 for engineering and technical support to USACE, Mobile District, for the Roofing Sustainment Management System (ROOFER) implementation.

S.B. Ballard Construction received $20,459,328 (later revised to $19,080,553) to design and build a Maritime Surveillance System Facility (including SCIF) at NAS Oceana, Dam Neck Annex.

Tetra Tech/Mead & Hunt JV received $45,000,000 for nationwide architectural & engineering services for the Army and Air National Guard.

DREDGING

American Construction Co. received $25,662,750 for inner harbor operations and maintenance, and deepening dredging of Grays Harbor, WA.

Inland Dredging Co. received $24,000,000 for dredging within USACE, Mobile District.

Orion Marine Construction received $7,696,600 for pipeline dredging, Matagorda Ship Channel to Point Comfort, Matagorda and Calhoun counties, TX.

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

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

 

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

 

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

 

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

 

War Industry Muster with Christian Sorensen- “U.S. Foreign Military Sales to Lebanon”

In this episode Christian Sorensen analyzes weapon sales from the U.S. war industry to the Lebanese armed forces. U.S. Foreign Military Sales to Lebanon are publicly available on the U.S. Department of Defense website. FMS to Lebanon involve: aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, communications, small arms & light weapons, ground vehicles, water craft, and foreign liaison administration.

Christian Sorensen is a military analyst. He focuses on war profiteering, and is based out of the Boston area. He is a U.S. Air Force veteran.

War Industry Muster: U.S. Academia Aiding & Abetting the Pentagon

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NOTE: This accounting only weighs the contracts issued on DOD’s website over the past three years. This accounting does not consider: the Department of Energy’s National Labs; U.S. military staff colleges (like the National Defense University and the Naval War College); and clandestine Pentagon funding of Washington, D.C., think tanks.

On 23 May 2016, the Pentagon paid Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA) $8.9 million for “basic and applied research of unconstrained resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging-tracking, surveillance and identification (UROPA-TSI) in support of the Special Surveillance Program.”

According to the contract announcement, “this research will provide next-generation algorithms and cutting edge fundamental research to solve difficult scientific problems, such as low-resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging that are typically encountered during aerial and biometric surveillance.

“UROPA-TSI will combine existing and emerging technologies to dramatically, but unobtrusively, increase the safety, speed and efficiency of biometric surveillance and identification.

Work is taking place in Pittsburgh, PA (60%); East Lansing, MI (13%); Warminster, PA (11%); La Jolla, CA (8%); Menlo Park, CA (6%); and Morgantown, WV (2%).

Many other U.S. universities support the U.S. military. Some of these universities include…

University of Alabama

  • (at) Birmingham
    • clinical research support to guide 17a-ethynylestradiol-3-sulfate, sodium salt (EE-3-SO4) through FDA investigational new drug submission and good clinical practice compliant Phase 1a and potentially 1b clinical trials for an indication as a viable infusion therapy for the treatment of critical patients with significant blood loss; issued 16 September 2015
  • (at) Huntsville
    • engineering on Advanced Weapon System & Manufacturing Technologies; issued 2 September 2014
    • Army Aviation & Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (mission support) for weapon systems, sub-systems, components and manufacturing technology; issued 16 September 2015

The Regents of the University of California, Berkeley

  • work on Phase 3 of DARPA’s Power Efficiency Revolution For Embedded Computing Technologies (PERFECT) program; issued 26 August 2015;

Carnegie Mellon University

  • Software Engineering Institute (Pittsburgh, PA)
    • R&D requirements for non-DOD work in support of classified and unclassified missions, and work on software programs; issued 27 March 2015
  • operate the Software Engineering Institute (Pittsburgh, PA); issued 27 July 2015
  • the contract we discussed at the start: basic & applied research of unconstrained resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging-tracking, surveillance and identification (UROPA-TSI) in support of the Special Surveillance Program; issued 23 May 2016

Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)

  • R&D services for DARPA, re: getting feeling and function back after amputation and surgery à work at contractor’s facilities in Ohio (40%); and four subcontractor facilities in MN, RI, CA, IL (60%); issued 31 March 2016

Charles Stark Draper Laboratories

  • Trident II (D5) engineering, upgrades, R&D, maintenance …
    • 30 September 2014
    • 9 February 2015
      • MK 6 Guidance System Repair Program w failure verification, test, repair, and recertification of inertial measurement units, electronic assemblies, and electronic modules à work in Pittsfield, MA; Minneapolis, MN; Clearwater, FL; Cambridge, MA
    • 15 December 2015
      • guidance subsystems & reentry systems
        • work in Cambridge, MA (95%); Pittsfield, MA (3%); El Segundo, CA (2%)
      • 21 March 2016
        • MK 6 guidance system production with failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement units, electronic assemblies, and electronic modules à work in Minneapolis, MN (28%); Clearwater, FL (26%); Cambridge, MA (24%); Pittsfield, MA (22%); (similar to 9 Feb 2015 contract)
      • develop comprehensive software architecture for extracting semantic artifacts from large software corporate and represent these artifacts in a multi-representational database capable of answering both complex graph queries as well as matrix-based queries; issued 6 October 2014
      • R&D on special ISR components and systems; issued 14 April 2015 for the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Indiana
      • R&D to counteract asymmetrical threats; issued 18 September 2015
        • other organizations listed on the contract included: BAE, Booz Allen Hamilton, Exelis, Georgia Tech, Leidos, more…
          • tells us the R&D is heavy into computer software & electronic based intelligence capabilities
        • support of the Controlled Technical Services (CTS) program for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division; CTS program requires development of miniaturized multi-chip processors and other related technologies, while maintaining system functionality; issued 14 March 2016

University of Dayton Research Institute (Dayton, OH)

  • propulsion R&D for AFRL’s Aerospace Systems Directorate; issued 1 July 2014; core areas:
    • gas turbine engines
    • energy, aerospace power & thermal management
    • advanced propulsion
  • R&D developing nondestructive technology (including where/how it can be applied); issued 18 July 2014
  • advanced behavior & life prediction of aerospace materials program; R&D advancing state-of-the-art materials performance assessment and prediction capability by developing more efficient and comprehensive methods across modeling, simulation and experimental domains; issued 29 September 2014
  • fundamental and applied combustion and component research; issued 24 June 2015
  • R&D on synthesizing organic matrix composites constituents, new integrated composite materials, computational tools for processing science, data management and multiscale modeling à work at Wright-Patterson AFB; issued 7 April 2016

University of Dayton Research Institute (Dayton, OH) and UES Inc. (Dayton, OH)

  • additional research in the areas of power, energy and thermal technologies; issued 17 May 2016

University of Delaware (Newark, DE)

  • DARPA research project under the Tailorable Feedback and Forming (TFF) Program; TFF aims to develop the manufacturing of small (20 pounds or under) DOD composite parts at costs competitive to metal using a new composite material format and novel reconfigurable forming/molding processes that enable fabrication of multiple part configurations à work in Newark, DE (65%); Blacksburg, VA (7%); Philadelphia, PA (15%); and Clemson, SC (13%); issued 11 March 2016

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. (Atlanta, GA) / GT Research Institute

  • NAVAIR Engineering & Analysis support; issued 25 July 2014
    • work on airborne, ground, and naval electronic detection, protection, and guidance devices
  • radar R&D; issued 22 September 2014
  • Air National Guard Developmental Engineering for Integrated Sensors
    • threat system modeling and simulation roadmaps; investment studies; issued 26 September 2014
  • Advanced Automated Tactical Communications aircraft and electronic warfare system testing and engineering; issued 29 September 2014
  • Communications Electronics Command, Software Engineering Center, Army Reprogramming Analysis Team multispectral sensor R&D; issued 30 September 2014
    • electronic warfare work (across multiple sensor spectrums)
  • Electronic Warfare / Sensor Technology, Modeling, Simulation & Analysis Research program; issued 25 November 2014
    • helps USAF countermeasures, information warfare, and electronic warfare
  • combustion stability modeling & design tool development; issued 30 April 2015
    • software to help design stable rockets
  • research, engineering, science & technology, analysis; issued 22 June 2015
  • R&D, engineering, state of-the-art and proof-of-concept sensor systems, and basic and advanced technology R&D for MDA; issued 14 September 2015
  • R&D to “counteract asymmetrical threats”; issued 18 September 2015
  • IT and security support to U.S. Army Installation Management Command and Army Medical Command; issued 22 September 2015
  • work on the “source multiple integrated radio frequency R&D program”; issued 30 September 2015
    • supports SIGINT, MASINT, GEOINT, C4ISR, SOF
  • Cyber Security & Information Systems Technical Area Tasks; issued 19 November 2015 (added w 9 corporations) to earlier $5 billion contract
  • “cutting-edge weapon solutions” for AFRL (Munitions); issued 28 Dec 2015
    • R&D, analysis, integration, systems engineering, flyable and non-flyable tech demonstrators, prototypes, test & eval, rapid delivery

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) (Atlanta, GA)

  • C4I and cyberspace technology research à work in San Diego, CA (90%); Atlanta, GA (10%); issued 17 March 2016
  • R&D, engineering; state of-the-art and proof-of-concept sensor systems; basic & advanced technology R&D for MDA; issued 29 March 2016
  • R&D in Leveraging the Analog Domain for Security; provide multi-model analog sensing to adaptively determine what features to compute from signals emitted by a device during training and testing, extracting sub-bands of interest, de-noising the individual signals, and removing interfering transmission by other devices in the vicinity; issued 25 May 2016

Georgia Tech Applied Research Corp. (Atlanta, GA)

  • requirements pertaining to the design, development, modification, assessment, and testing of integrated electronics systems, sensors, weapon systems, communications and information infrastructure for Army Space & Missile Defense Command, Huntsville, AL; issued 23 March 2016

University of Hawaii Systems (Honolulu, HI)

  • transition of operations, management, and research development effort for Maui High Performance Computing for the operation and maintenance of a state-of-the-art computing environment that consists of large-scale parallel computing platforms and the associated software development, technical support, and network connectivity required for support in both classified and unclassified environments; issued 30 October 2015 à work in Kihei, Maui, HI

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (Laurel, MD)

  • science & technology analysis, studies, experiments; engineering/dev for practical application of investigative findings and theories of a scientific or technical nature through employment of their 8 core competencies in support of USSOCOM; issued 3 March 2015

MIT

  • to operate Lincoln Laboratory;
    • issued 17 March 2015 … $1.7 billion
    • issued 27 April 2015 … $3 billion
  • “the study, development and creation of equipment and material”
  • DARPA’s Living Foundries program: 1000 Molecules; issued 4 May 2015 à work in Cambridge, MA; Boston, MA; Evanston, IL; San Francisco, CA
  • R&D in transparent computing; research to develop novel tagging and tracking approaches for establishing the causal relationships among activities across an enterprise environment, particularly focused on distinguishing between the "low and slow" Advance Persistent Threat (APT) and regular user and system activities; issued 29 June 2015

New Mexico State University (next door to White Sands Missile Range)

  • support the Information Operations Vulnerability/Survivability Assessment (IOVSA) program; issued 27 July 2015
    • IOVSA = methodology for evaluating DOD information technology systems

University of Pennsylvania

  • Linguistic Data Consortium (Philadelphia, PA); issued 4 September 2015
    • research work on the Low Resource Languages for Emergent Incidents (LORELEI) program; LORELEI aims to dramatically advance the state of computational linguistics & human language technology to enable rapid, low-cost development of capabilities for low-resource languages à work in Philadelphia, PA (88%); Boulder, CO (3%); Budapest, Hungary (1%); College Park, MD (8%)

Rand Corp. (Santa Monica, CA)

  • independent gov studies, issued 26 September 2014
  • acquire studies and analysis support for the National Defense Research Institute (NDRI) Federally Funded Research & Development Center (FFRDC) that supports the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, combatant commands, the defense agencies, and DOD components. RAND operates NDRI FFRDC, which is sponsored by the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics à work in Washington, DC; issued 8 October 2015
  • USAF requirements (air/space/cyber; strategy, modernization, employment, manpower, resource management), issued 21 March 2016

Research Triangle Park, NC

  • TT Government Solutions
    • cyber security collaborative research alliance; issued 26 September 2014
  • contracts involving Research Triangle Park, but based elsewhere
    • Ichor Medical Systems: immunology work, issued 1 August 2014
    • GXM Consulting (Ashburn, VA): secure tactical comms, issued 23 September 2014
    • Scitor Corporation (Reston, VA):
      • high-altitude off-nadir data collection for counterinsurgency ops, issued 26 September 2014
      • signature-based counter IED, issued 16 February 2016 AND issued 17 February 2016
      • human identification research technology assessment, issued 7 March 2016
    • Alakai Defense Systems (Largo, FL): checkpoint explosives detection systems, issued 29 September 2014
    • GlaxoSmithKline: influenza vaccine and syringes, issued 15 June 2015
    • massive $800 million contract to multiple corporations for R&D “to counteract asymmetrical threats”; issued 18 September 2015
    • Intevac Photonics (Santa Clara, CA): advanced digital low light imaging module, issued 30 September 2015
    • CAE USA (Tampa, FL) FMS to Kuwait re: KC-130J training, issued 16 November 2015
    • Sotera Defense Solutions (Herndon, VA): DARPA & Development Counter Insurgency Operations project, issued 21 January 2016
    • four separate corporations: help the Assistant Secretary of the Army Adaptive Red Team, issued 16 February 2016
    • Evistacom LLC (Atlanta, GA): develop “capability to decisively establish the identity of adversaries and effectively link that identity to other information” for DOD and allies, issued 11 March 2016

The University of Southern California

  • develop an “indexing and search system that will harvest and harmonize heterogeneous and obfuscated data to extract key elements of knowledge”; issued 29 September 2014
  • R&D and other activities within modeling and simulation core competencies in the areas of training, education, operation, health, and other arenas where research technologies and methodologies may be applied; issued 29 September 2014
  • Information Sciences Institute (Los Angeles, CA)
    • DARPA Circuit Realization at Faster Timescales (CRAFT) – FinFET Foundry/Design Aggregation Services program, Phase 1 issued 1 Dec 2015 à work in Marina Del Rey, CA

Utah State University Research Foundation / Space Dynamic Laboratory (North Logan, UT)

  • dynamic sensor support; R&D to maintain essential engineering & capability in: sensor development, image processing, data analysis; issued 15 March 2016
  • research support into ISR systems; issued 25 May 2016

University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory (Seattle, WA)

  • scientific & engineering services re: design, development, upgrade of AN/BQH-9(V) [PDF] signal data recording set & tape processing system; issued 18 March 2016

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)

  • Persistent Littoral Undersea Surveillance program; Digital Acoustic Communication development program; Remote Environmental Measuring Units (REMUS) autonomous undersea vehicle; EOD “fast track” program, development and operational support for REMUS Automatic Submarine Launch & Recovery Capability program; issued 31 October 2014
    • work in Woods Hole, MA; Newport, RI; Andros Island, Bahamas; Groton, CT; San Diego, CA; Kings Bay, GA; Bangor, WA; Niantic, CT; Dresden, NY; Keyport, WA

Wright State University (Dayton, OH) / Wright State Applied Research Corp. (Beavercreek, OH)

  • R&D on sensor exploitation, issued 27 February 2015
  • R&D on how semi-autonomous UAV (drones) interact, issued 18 June 2015
  • human-machine teaming for ISR analysis; research on: (1) ISR knowledge elicitation; (2) ISR concept design and development; and (3) ISR performance assessment; issued 14 August 2015

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War Industry Muster: An Overview of the Pentagon’s Relationship with U.S. Academia

War Industry Muster discusses one U.S. military contract from the past week and briefly talks about its implications regarding U.S. foreign policy, government spending priorities, and overall militarism. This week, we provide an overview of the Pentagon’s relationship with U.S. academia. We name the major U.S. universities that cooperate with the Pentagon, and we briefly explain how each institution aids and abets the U.S. war industry.

*Christian Sorensen is a military analyst. He focuses on war profiteering, and is based out of the Boston area. He is a U.S. Air Force veteran.

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

DOD spent $15,777,808,000+ on 237 individual contracts during May 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 Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $15,777,808,000 on 237 individual contracts during May 2016. This amount does not include 17 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $1,446,026,221.

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

Abacus Technology Corp. received $7,685,757 for engineering and technology acquisition support services (disciplined systems & specialty engineering; technical & information assurance; support and products) at Hanscom AFB. This involves FMS (Thailand, Poland, Morocco, Oman and Romania).

Datron World Communications Inc. received $13,430,907 to provide Afghanistan with radios and spare parts. One bid solicited, one received.

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $16,366,653 to provide the U.K. with tactical missile tubes in support of the common missile compartment.

Harris Corp. received $405,500,000 to provide Morocco with Single Channel Ground & Airborne Radio Systems (SINGARS) including ancillary items, spare parts, installation kits, training and fielding support services. One bid solicited, one received.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. (IRTC) received $9,474,491 to provide Netherlands, India, Latvia, Norway, Chile, Egypt, Finland, Iraq, Qatar, and South Korea with furnish programmatic services for the Cruise Missile Defense System Project Office.

L-3 Communications received $14,185,927 for Cessna 208B ISR program production, capabilities, and spares. This involves FMS to Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Philippines. Sole-source acquisition. North American Surveillance Systems received $39,983,647 to modify and integrate ISR capabilities into Cessna 208B. This includes training and field service representatives. This involves “pseudo foreign military sales to Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Philippines.” Sole-source.

Lockheed Martin received $331,760,390 to provide Israel, Finland, Jordan, and Singapore with Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) alternative warhead rocket pods (290); unitary rocket pods (34); and reduced range practice rocket pods (529). One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $85,286,000 to retrofit UH-60M helicopters to full operational capability for Mexico.

Lockheed Martin received $54,906,126 for P-3C Mission System Refresh Program to upgrade the mission computer, acoustic equipment, armament/ordnance, and displays & controls of eight P-3C for Germany. This was not competitively procured, 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4), international agreement.

Lockheed Martin received $33,097,520 for continued development/test of Japan’s Aegis modernization baseline computer programs/equipment (upgrades Atago class ships from Baseline 7 Phase 1R to Advanced Capability Build 12 with TI-12).

Navistar Defense received $11,682,550 to provide Afghanistan with 50 medium tactical vehicle aircraft refuelers. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $8,346,102 to provide Saudi Arabia’s Navy with new MK39 MOD 3A Ring Laser Gyro Inertial Navigation Systems [PDF] equipment, associated components, shore based tools, and spare parts. This was not competitively procured, “with the solicitation not synopsized under the exemptions in FAR 5.202 (a)(3).”

Raytheon received $28,656,989 for the Qatar Air & Missile Defense Operations Center.

Raytheon received $104,575,981 to form, fit, function & refresh AMRAAM Guidance Section for South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Romania. Sole-source.

Rockwell Collins received $12,087,181 to provide Mexico’s Navy with transportable Blackhawk Operations Simulator. One bid solicited, one received.

S&K Aerospace LLC received $269,000,000 for Parts and Repair Ordering System (PROS) IV. This is 100% FMS to 107 countries.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Applied Research Associates; Booz Allen Hamilton; EOIR Technologies; and Leidos Inc. received $249,781,641 for persistent surveillance - intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (PS-ISR) analytic software R&D.

Boeing (Insitu Inc.) received $71,555,347 for six LRIP lot V RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aircraft systems.  This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Harris Corp. (Exelis Inc.) received $10,357,560 for the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS). Harris will provide InfiniBand Wide Area Network high-speed transport layer & data usage and dissemination capabilities. This allows direct feed of info without going through a third party, increased speed for data collection/processing, and cloud computing architecture.

L-3 Communications received $8,499,996 to upgrade existing Block 15 Predator Mission Aircrew Training System devices to the Blue Box Hi-Def configuration.

Raytheon received $49,800,000 for Persistent Surveillance & Dissemination System of Systems (PSDS2) operations and sustainment support. One bid solicited, one received.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

CACI-CMS Information Systems received $14,059,500 for state media for National Guard recruiting.

Laughlin, Marinaccio & Owens Inc. (LMO) received $12,612,620 for recruiting and retention services for the Air National Guard. One bid solicited, one received.

MEDIA

SRI International received $9,467,110 for automated media integrity assessment software and hardware. SRI will integrate technologies (for automated assessment of image/video integrity) into a visual media forensics platform.

REST & RELAXATION

Iron Mike Construction received $7,377,451 to build a new clubhouse at the Air Force Academy’s Eisenhower Golf Course.

USCENTCOM

AECOM Technical Services received $52,805,043 for architectural and engineering services to repair the bottom outlet of the Mosul Dam, Iraq.

American K-9 Detection Services received $12,750,804 for trained and certified narcotic & explosive detector dogs, kennel masters, and trainers in Afghanistan.

Columbia Helicopters Inc. and AAR Airlift Group received $31,294,989 and $33,550,498 respectively for rotary wing aircraft, personnel, equipment, and maintenance to perform passenger & cargo air transportation in Afghanistan.

Raytheon received $14,251,726 for multinational information sharing services in Kuwait, Jordan, Qatar, Iraq, and Shaw AFB. One bid solicited, one received.

Vectrus Systems received $173,756,967 for enterprise network capabilities and support to USCENTCOM, specifically Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE, and Jordan.

USSOCOM

Carahsoft Technology received $42,000,000 for design, development, integration testing and operational support for a Distributed Common Ground/Surface System (DCGS) Integration Backbone (DIB) Metadata Catalog (MDC) and data integration in the extensible markup language (XML) in support of USSOCOM, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics.

L-3 Communications received $9,000,000 for non-warranty repair and spare parts for visual augmentation systems: Fusion Goggle System, Fusion Goggle Enhanced, Ground Panoramic Night Vision Goggles, and the Ruggedized Ultra-Light Rangefinder. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Nammo Talley Inc. received $7,438,906 for M72 light anti-armor weapon (LAW) E8 and E10 test articles to support USSOCOM and USMC. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Palantir Technologies Inc. received $222,106,780 for All Source Information Fusion (ASIF) software licenses and associated support for USSOCOM Acquisition, Technology & Logistics. Sole-source, per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $49,500,000 to continue LRIP of Silent Knight Radar system for USSOCOM. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (1).

DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (DIA)

Booz Allen Hamilton received $400,000,000 to provide DIA’s chief information officer and other IC/DOD elements with enterprise management services. Includes help desk support for community-wide IC Information Technology Enterprise Desktop Environment implementation.

ACADEMIA

Carnegie Mellon University received $8,889,159 for basic and applied research of unconstrained resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging-tracking, surveillance and identification (UROPA-TSI) in support of the Special Surveillance Program. Research will provide algorithms and research to solve scientific problems (low-resolution, occlusion, pose, and aging) that are encountered during aerial and biometric surveillance.

University of Dayton and UES Inc. received a shared $20,800,000 for additional research in the areas of power, energy and thermal technologies.

Georgia Institute of Technology received $9,440,433 for R&D in Leveraging the Analog Domain for Security. GIT will provide multi-model analog sensing to adaptively determine what features to compute from signals emitted by a device during training and testing, extracting sub-bands of interest, de-noising the individual signals, and removing interfering transmission by other devices in the vicinity.

Utah State University (Space Dynamics Laboratory) received $19,999,986 to research ISR systems.

AIRCRAFT PROPULSION RESEARCH / FLIGHT TESTING

Y-Tech Services received $18,112,580 for maintenance, repair, and logistics support for the Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Test Center (RTC).

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Lockheed Martin received $1,271,800,000 for aircraft added by the U.S. services in FY2016 budget deliberations and by Congress in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016. This provides: 6 F-35B for USMC ($574,200,000; 45.2%); 3 F-35A for USAF ($252,000,000; 19.8%); and 4 F-35C for USN ($445,600,000; 35%).

Lockheed Martin received $31,100,000 long lead-time materials, parts, components and effort required to maintain planned production schedule for eight F-35A LRIP lot 12 for the Netherlands. Paid for with non-U.S. DOD participant funds.

Lockheed Martin received $21,200,000 to provide Digital Tuner Insertion Program configuration parts for the Norway/Italy Reprogramming Lab, the Australia/Canada/UK Reprogramming Lab, and the U.S. Reprogramming Lab in support of F-35 LRIP lot 11 aircraft. Purchases: USAF ($1,700,000; 18.2%); USMC ($1,700,000; 18.2%); International Partners ($5,950,000; 63.6%).

Lockheed Martin received $20,046,765 for LRIP lot 8 non-recurring special tooling/special test equipment to manufacture F-35 general material bulkheads for USAF ($7,891,408; 39.4%); U.S. Navy ($3,945,705; 19.7%); USMC ($3,945,705; 19.7%); and international partners ($4,263,947; 21.2%).

Lockheed Martin received $10,559,065 for 61 retrofit kits to correct F-35 deficiencies that preclude mission readiness and initial operating capabilities for USAF ($6,251,922; 59.2%); USMC ($2,336,937; 22.1%); USN ($1,970,206; 18.7%).

Lockheed Martin received $10,209,050 for F-35 Block 3F upgrades (retrofit modification hardware & diminishing manufacturing source components) for USMC ($4,760,145; 47%); USAF ($1,832,552; 18%); USN ($608,067; 6%); and international partners ($3,008,287; 29%).

Straub Construction received $46,324,000 for F-35C hangar modernization and additions at NAS Lemoore.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell-Boeing JPO received $58,784,829 for non-recurring engineering & logistics supporting development/integration of the aerial refueling system for MV-22.

Parker Hannifin Corp. received $8,537,278 for V-22 heat stack assemblies.

POSEIDON (P-8)

Boeing received $9,290,393 for repair coverage of 24 various P-8A mission system components. Boeing received $14,505,917 for repair coverage of 204 commercial components used on P-8A. Boeing received $19,631,293 for repair coverage of 193 various P-8A mission system components. These were sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.

EDO Corp. received $29,802,574 for 35 BRU-75A and BRU-76A bomb rack units for U.S. Navy (27 at $23,005,206; 77%); and Australia (8 ship sets at $6,797,368; 23%) supporting P-8A full-rate production 2-3 lot 6-7. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

CFM International Inc. received $32,474,747 for supplies & services required for the CFM56 engine field assessment, unscheduled engine repair, technical assistance for removal and replacement of engines in support of the P-8. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1a2.

HELICOPTERS

AAR Allen Services Inc. received $7,280,276 for overhauling T-700 anti-ice valves.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $88,117,272 for eight UH-60M aircraft.

Woodward Inc. received $9,225,825 for depot-level repair support of hydro mechanical units on the T700 engine (made by General Electric) and for commercial asset visibility reporting requirements.

INVASIVE AIRBORNE SIGINT PLATFORMS

L-3 Communications received $302,208,932 for C-12 logistics incl. post-production, maintenance, and materials for USMC Reserve C-12 (UC-12B/F/M/W) and Navy TC-12B trainer aircraft.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $15,040,000 to repair 26 inboard leading edge flaps and 21 outbound leading edge flaps in support of the F-18 aircraft at Cecil Field. Boeing received $9,600,000 to repair 64 F-18 horizontal stabilizers at Cecil Field.

Boeing received $13,514,219 for supplies and services for design, development, and testing efforts on the Radio Frequency Blanking Unit in support of F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft.

International Enterprises Inc. received $17,404,226 for F-16 dual-mode transmitter repairs. This is a sole-source acquisition.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Northrop Grumman received $9,200,000 for avionics source data required for acquisition of depot level operational test program sets on E-2D. This includes 14 detailed functional description documentation packages and system synthesis model reports for Group III avionic units under test.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE PROGRAMS

Alion Science & Technology Corp.; ANDRO Computational Solutions; Calvert Systems Engineering Inc.; CoSolutions Inc.; Harris Corp.; Expression Networks LLC; Freedom Technologies Inc.; and URS Federal Services Inc. received $136,802,655 for operational spectrum support, electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) and spectrum engineering, strategic spectrum planning, and research & analysis for emerging spectrum technologies for the Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO).

Lockheed Martin received $424,232,240 for AN/GPQ-11(V) Threat Radar Emitter Simulations products and services and other target/threat simulators and peripheral equipment in support of the Aircrew Electronic Warfare Tactical Training Range (AEWTTR) project.

L-3 Communications received $19,000,000 for a Radio Frequency Continuous Wave Microwave Power Module amplifier, which will be used as a drop-in replacement for existing shipboard and airborne electronic warfare (EW) systems, and as an amplifier for newly manufactured EW systems.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Lockheed Martin received $14,799,257 for additional parts and materials, repairs, travel and field service representative training. This includes recurring engineering services on C/KC-130J for USMC/USMC Reserves (80.3%); U.S. Coast Guard (12.9%); and Kuwait (6.8%).

AERIAL REFUELING

CWG JV received $36,114,652 to design and build a KC-46A Depot Maintenance Complex Support Infrastructure at Tinker AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $29,979,895 for KC-10 program contractor logistics support. Northrop Grumman received $17,542,565 for four KC-10 engine overhauls.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Airborne Tactical Advantage Co. received $43,142,639 to support the Contracted Air Services (CAS) Program, which provides contractor owned & operated Type III High Subsonic and Type IV Supersonic aircraft to U.S. Navy for airborne threat simulation capabilities.

Boeing received $11,128,838 for non-recurring engineering (design, develop, manufacture lab kits & test kits) for incorporation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast into the T-45 training system.

Entwistle Co. received $19,641,231 for fuels operational readiness capability equipment.

General Electric received $24,000,000 for research on power and thermal management system detailed design.

King Aerospace Inc. received $9,235,513 for contractor logistics services on C-9B aircraft, including base site operations, depot planned maintenance interval inspections, and engine shop visits.

AERIAL FIREFIGHTING

Coulson Aviation USA Inc. received $16,419,590 to design, manufacture, and install a 3,500-gallon Retardant Delivery System (RDS) on 7 Coast Guard HC-130H (to be turned over to the U.S. Forest Service) for firefighting.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

L-3 Communications received $79,895,466 for logistics required to support and maintain the TH-57 fleet at NAS Whiting Field (98%) and NAS Patuxent River.

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

General Dynamics received $20,897,644 for KIV-78 Identification Friend or Foe production. This also provides an estimated additional 700 units/year for unnamed FMS.

AEGIS

General Dynamics received $8,656,220 for one MK 82 director and MK 200 director controller system ship set of the Missile Fire Control System MK 99 equipment, and associated engineering services.

Lockheed Martin received $62,412,413 for technical engineering, configuration management, equipment/supplies, quality- and information assurance, etc.) for Aegis development & test sites (Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and Naval Systems Computing Center).

Raytheon received $365,848,801 for Aegis AN/SPY-1D(V) Radar Transmitter Group, Missile Fire Control System MK 99 equipment, and associated engineering services for the U.S. Navy (17%); South Korea (50%); and Japan (33%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(4).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Austal USA received $11,794,802 for engineering and management services for advance planning and design re: post shakedown availability for the LCS PCU Montgomery (LCS-8).

General Dynamics received $83,482,592 for LCS class sustainment execution (work preparing for and implementing depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $17,685,931 for USS Tortuga (LSD 46) FY2016 special selected restricted availability (SRA).

BAE Systems received $29,258,886 for phased maintenance availability repair work onboard USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43).

BAE Systems received $32,546,563 for Drydock Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA) repair work onboard USS Farragut (DDG 99).

BAE Systems received $40,659,091 for USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60) FY2016 extended dry-docking selected restricted availability.

BAE Systems received $52,492,821 for USS Kearsarge (LHD-3) FY2016 planned maintenance availability.

Boston Ship Repair received $11,626,048 for 75-calendar day shipyard availability for USNS William Mclean (T-AKE 12) overhaul and dry-docking.

C & N Universe received $7,532,268 for organizational level maintenance, repairs, and support for the commander, Pacific Fleet Berthing & Messing Barge Program in San Diego, CA (31.4%); Puget Sound, WA (28.84%); Pearl Harbor (22.2%); Yokosuka, Japan (7.11%); Sasebo, Japan (5.44%); and Guam (5.01%).

C&N Universe Inc. and Miller Marine received a shared $15,000,000 for ship structural repair services onboard U.S. Navy ships vessels within a 50-mile radius of San Diego, CA.

Detyens Shipyards received $7,427,272 for 43-calendar day shipyard availability for the mid-term availability of USNS John Lenthall (T-AO 189).

General Dynamics received $106,167,876 for long lead-time material and engineering support for the Expeditionary Mobile Base 5 (formerly Mobile Landing Platform Afloat Forward Staging Base). This was not competitively procured, per U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Marine Hydraulics International received $12,591,667 for USS Bainbridge (DDG 96) FY2016 selected restricted availability (SRA).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $14,954,986 for DDG 51 class follow yard services (FYS).

Timken Gears & Services received $82,997,703 for two main reduction gear (MRG) shipsets and one half (starboard side only) MRG shipset for DDG 51 class destroyers. MRG gears transmit power from two main propulsion turbines to the propulsion shaft. Each DDG 51 class destroyer has two gear sets, one for each propulsion shaft.

AIRCRAFT CARRIER CONSTRUCTION

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $152,005,409 for initial advance procurement efforts in support of FY2018 detail design and construction of Enterprise (CVN 80). HIINC is USA’s only designer and builder of nuclear powered aircraft carriers. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

SUBMARINES

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $8,500,000 for a ship set of XHT material for a Virginia Class Submarine.

General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $9,984,609 for continued erection services at Electric Boat’s Automated Frame & Cylinder Facility for the Ohio Replacement Program. Includes on-site technical assistance for D, E, F, and R first article quad pack fixtures.

Lockheed Martin received $72,842,012 for MK 48 Mod 7 heavyweight torpedo guidance & control sections, Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System upgrade kits, test equipment, spares, production support material, engineering support, and hardware repair support.

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

American Electronic Warfare Associates received $9,164,541 for engineering, management, and technical services in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department.

BAE Systems received $9,464,114 to support and upgrade existing Software Compliant Architecture (SCA) Common Data Link (CDL) products. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

BAE Systems received $12,096,000 for eight OE-120 Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System antenna systems for U.S. Navy (7); and MDA (1).

Brandes Associates Inc. (BAI) received $23,560,441 for engineering support of integration & test of mission planning products (incl. Joint Mission Planning Systems Common Control System) and associated mission planning and control systems and subsystems for U.S. Navy, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Spain, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia.

Computer Integration & Programming Solutions; Fulcrum; IOMAXIS; Praxis; Zurka Interactive; Exelis; Parsons; Sotera Defense Solutions received a shared $245,000,000 for engineering and technical support to Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Information Technology Division. (KeyW Corp. was added to this deal on 25 May 2016.)

General Dynamics received $7,255,860 for AN/USC-61(C) digital modular radio supplies & services. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), FAR subpart 6.302-1.

Howell Laboratories Inc. received $10,000,000 for membrane element assemblies for the U.S. Navy. Sole-source, per U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Laguna Components; Archer Technologies; Impact Components; and Space Vector Corp. received a shared $9,500,000 for various electronic components (integrated circuits; resistors; capacitors, inductors, transformers, passive semiconductor devise, and connectors) used in manufacturing airborne telemetry and instrumentation systems that are part of various guided weapons delivered to the U.S. Navy Fleet.

Lockheed Martin received $7,735,508 for engineering services to complete component requalification, safety testing, and initial operational test/eval support analyses and telemetry development tasks on the Long Range Land Attack Projectile (LRLAP). Not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $11,244,584 to support (target material database production & maintenance, software production, systems engineering, logistics, testing & integration) Tactical Operational Scene (TOPSCENE) Tactical Terrain Visualization System software and database generation facility. This also supports geo-specific scene visualization, weapon and sensor specific simulation and interoperability with legacy mission planning system and software, including the Joint Mission Planning System and Portable Flight Planning System.

Lockheed Martin received $40,761,140 for engineering services, travel, and direct costs to develop, integrate, and produce future advanced-capability-build and technical insertion baselines for AN/SQQ-89A, version 15.

L-3 Communications received $9,336,979 for MK 46 and MK 20 Electro-Optical Sensor System depot spares for U.S. Navy (81%); and South Korea (19%, $1,774,026).

Management Services Group Inc. received $7,560,515 for up to 12,275 various hardware components for the Technique Control Modulator (TCM) Hydra. TCM Hydras, used with other countermeasure set modules, generate radio frequency signals, which test and evaluate weapon systems and to train fleet operators.

Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received $9,455,718 for advanced planning services in support of Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) availabilities, continuous maintenance availabilities (CMAV), inactivation CMAVs, sustainment availabilities, phased modernization availabilities, re-commissioning availabilities, continuous maintenance and emergent maintenance window of opportunity for ship classes LPD 17 and LSD 44/47.

Raytheon received $36,356,139 for long lead material for DDG 1002 Zumwalt class destroyer mission system equipment MK 57 vertical launch system.

Rolls-Royce received $8,153,954 for DDG 51 Flight III adaptation of the DDG 1000 auxiliary turbine generator, designated the AG9160RF.

SPACE & SATELLITES

Boeing received $16,155,968 for the On-Orbit Reprogrammable Digital Waveform Generator (ORDWG) program. Boeing will advance signal generation on GPS and other position navigation and timing efforts. General Dynamics received $10,136,795 for work (analyses, refine algorithms, evaluate implementation alternatives, and R&D advancing state-of-the-art signal generation) on AFRL’s ORDWG program. Northrop Grumman received $13,501,251 for R&D necessary to define and validate an ORDWG design and architecture that is capable of all navigation signals and modulations, and will operate securely in a contested cyber environment.

Centerra Group received $55,201,371 for fire protection, emergency management and emergency medical services at Cape Canaveral AFS.

Harris Corp. received $9,176,202 for system sustainment (program management, systems engineering & admin, test & eval, software & hardware maintenance) for Distributed Space Command & Control-Dahlgren.

Intelligent Software Solutions (ISSINC) received $23,200,350 for Joint Space Operations Center Mission System (Increment 2) infrastructure service oriented architecture. ISSINC will work on information assurance activities at Vandenberg AFB and Colorado Springs, CO.

LinQuest Corp. received $17,130,774 for system engineering and integration support to MILSATCOM Systems at Los Angeles AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $49,719,633 for contractor logistics support, legacy sustainment, and combined task force support on the Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Survivable Endurable Evolution (S2E2), Increment 3.

United Launch Services LLC received $138,686,361 for FY2016 launch vehicle production services (LVPS) supporting configuration of a USAF Atlas V 541 and mission specific commodities for four previously ordered missions.

CYBER, IT, COMMS & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Affigent LLC received $9,618,052 for unlimited Oracle licenses (E-Business Suites modules) required for USAF Integrated Personnel & Pay System. Mythics Inc. received $10,093,724 for software licenses and support maintenance.

By Light Professional IT Services Inc. received $10,077,000 for a 10-year indefeasible right-of-use dark fiber, equipment, and operations and maintenance support.

CACI received $11,081,749 for compliance and configuration management support for the Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI). Using customers are federal civilian agencies.

Cypher Analytics received $28,785,751 for next generation enclave COTS technology, specifically a hyper-converged computing platform that utilizes commodity hardware- & software-defined storage mechanisms to combine traditional computing and storage resources into single source.

General Dynamics received $14,824,631 for software & reports re: design delivery of a Shadow Compass prototype, correlating GEOINT, SIGINT, and cyber indicators & warning data streams.

Herrick Technology Laboratories received $24,814,141 for airborne-qualified, software-defined radio frequency Poly-Function Transceiver (Polytransceiver) capable of supporting multiple mission functions in the electromagnetic spectrum.

The McKenna Principals Inc. received $15,000,000 to design & develop a prototype (Data Framework & Access Control Enterprise II) that enables DHS to share data/info with DOD and agencies through an access control system.

Northrop Grumman received $11,910,421 for computer system and software application support.

Praxis Engineering Technologies Inc. received $12,555,564; Riverside Research Institute received $7,617,941; Vencore Labs received $8,338,388 for Leveraging the Analog Domain for Security (LADS) R&D: provide multi-model analog sensing to determine what features to compute from signals emitted by a device during training & testing, extracting sub-bands of interest, de-noising the individual signals, and removing interfering transmission by nearby devices.

Telos Corp. received $26,978,951 to modify and replace the De-Militarized Zone (DMZ) at Robins AFB, Beale AFB, Langley AFB, Ramstein AB, and Wichita, KS. This will include networking equipment composed of a kit that contains a firewall, intrusion prevention and -detection systems, anti-virus software, web-portal capability, and security management.

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY

BAE Systems received $49,619,052 to manage, operate, maintain and logistically support the Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) at Beale AFB, Cape Cod AFS, Clear AFS, Thule AB, and RAF Fylingdales.

Black & Veatch (BV) Special Projects Corp. received $70,000,000 for highly specialized architectural and engineering services to Ballistic Missile Defense program.

Boeing received $8,130,351 for ICBM guidance system engineering and program management, with focus on the communications equipment interface unit.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $62,719,885 for advisory & assistance services for security programs supporting MDA’s technical, engineering, advisory and management support (TEAMS) re: emerging and fielded Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) assets, info, and people. This also works on: helping MDA review & disclosure classified military- and controlled unclassified information; international visits & assignments; technology transfer; and munitions export/import licensing for all personnel, offices, components.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $25,210,341 for advisory & assistance services for intelligence support to MDA’s Technical, Engineering, Advisory and Management (TEAMS) to sustain BMDS throughout the acquisition life cycle.

ManTech received $32,068,507 for counterintelligence re: technical, engineering, advisory and management support at MDA. This aids Defense Agency Counterintelligence Program missions and functional areas authorized by DOD Directive 5240.02 that detect-thwart intelligence collection & other activities.

Parsons Government Services received $9,799,984 to provide MDA with Technical Engineering, Advisory, and Management Support (TEAMS) facilities life cycle management (advisory & assistance incl. facilities & infrastructure; sync integration & operations with strategic planning, acquisition, & financials; BMDS site activation, deployment, & integration). OCONUS work includes: Fort Greely; Pacific Missile Range Facility; Clear AFS; Romania; Poland; Japan; Qatar; & Saudi Arabia).

Yorktown Systems Group received $119,316,070 for advisory and assistance services (mostly office admin support) to MDA’s organizations (including FMS in support of technical, engineering, advisory and management support).

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

Boeing received $3,205,563,047 for JDAM tail kits. This involves unnamed FMS.

DRS Environmental Systems received $7,237,235 for the Transporter Erector Replacement Program. DRS will address government requirements that include providing Transporter Erector able to turn onto 16-foot wide roads or greater.

Honeywell received $130,000,000 for instrumentation test support to Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Research & Development Office, Test Support Division, Test Diagnostics Branch (J9CXTD). Work at White Sands Missile Range; Kirtland AFB; and Nevada National Security Site (NNSS).

Lockheed Martin received $22,339,851 to continue industrial engineering services at Grand Prairie, TX; White Sands Missile Range (WSMR); Redstone Arsenal; Camden, AR; and Lufkin, TX.

Lockheed Martin received $321,847,403 for R&D supporting the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) integration and test phase. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin and Raytheon received a shared $649,730,000 for Paveway II production, a five-year extension.

Raytheon received $9,074,985 for FY2016 Standard Missile-6 (SM-6) production and spares requirements.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin/Javelin JV received $16,129,750 for task management and engineering to establish Spiral 3 design requirements and analysis.

Raytheon received $76,070,200 for long lead material in support FY2016-2018 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles (ESSM) Block I production for U.S. Navy (16%); Australia, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, and Norway (84%) as part of NATO’s Sea Sparrow Consortium. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-4 (10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4)), international agreement.

SAIC received $9,853,488 for systems and computer resource support for the Aviation & Missile, Development & Engineering Center, Software Engineering Directorate in Huntsville, AL.

BATTLE MANAGEMENT & SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

Lockheed Martin received $16,170,176 for software, hardware, and reports to develop an integrated Distributed Battle Management capability that manages air-to-air and air-to-ground combat in a peer threat-contested environment.

Raytheon received $350,627,927 for the Advanced Range Tracking & Imaging System (ARTIS).

MOBILE RADAR

Harris (Exelis Inc.) received $70,288,630 for 42 (max.) COTS Precision Approach Radar [PAR (PDF)] systems for the Army (21), Navy (16), and USAF (5), to replace AN-FPN-63(V). Includes uninterruptible power supplies, training, and ancillary installation support for each PAR system.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $10,477,146 for Authorized Stockage List and Special Tools & Test Equipment material to support M109A7/M992A3 in Warren, MI.

BAE Systems received $16,206,835 for torsion bars.

DRS Sustainment Systems received $31,845,252 for 365 joint assault bridges (JAB), related services, and test hardware.

General Dynamics received $329,051,633 for production, logistics product development, and test support for the Stryker 30mm lethality upgrade.

HKP LogIT Management received $14,465,363 to reset HMMWV battery-powered motorized traversing unit (BPMTU). 4,098 BPMTUs will be purchased.

Honeywell received $58,444,729 for Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) parts for repair and overhaul of AGT 1500 engines.

Honeywell received $16,076,275 for electronic components, power cords and central processing units for U.S. Army vehicles. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KDA) received $36,726,822 for CROWS 153A2A1 and CROWS M153A2 to M153A2E1 postproduction conversion.

L-3 received $7,529,412 for systems technical support for Bradley vehicle transmissions. L-3 later received $7,529,412 for systems technical support for Bradley vehicle transmissions.

MOWA Barlovento LLC; CCI Energy & Construction Service; and A.G. Gaston-PRI JV received $15,000,000 for construction at Anniston Army Depot.

Navistar Defense received $29,791,289 to reset and upgrade 250 MRAP.

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

Aerial Machine & Tools Corp. received $7,999,620 for 4500 Generation 3 primary survival gear carriers, 4500 universal holsters, 4500 body armor shells and 3280 body armor overlays.

Honeywell received $74,184,286 for prepositioning and USMC logistics services for Blount Island Command. Some work aboard 12 Maritime Prepositioning Ships (12%), six locations in Norway (2%), and one location in Kuwait (1%).

Kent Optronics received $47,600,000 for wide field-of-view night vision systems, retrofits, and data. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

Logicore received $16,349,623 for logistics support to Headquarters, Army Material Command (AMC).

N2 Imaging Systems received $49,000,000 for Weapon Sight for Crew-Served M2HB/M2A1 machine guns, test teardown and evaluation, non-warranty repairs, spares, and data. Weapon Sight is a lightweight, battery operated, multi-sensor system for surveillance and target acquisition.

RFD Beaufort; Viking Life Saving Equipment; and Air Cruisers Co. received a shared $58,350,000 for inflatable life rafts.

CLOTHING

Burlington Apparel received $20,088,000 and received $14,044,800 for U.S. Army poly/wool cloth.

Tullahoma Industries received $59,389,738 for four types of Army trousers. Some work in Puerto Rico.

Belleville Shoe received $10,914,998 for U.S. Navy safety boots. McRae Industries received $15,104,919 for safety boots. Weinbrenner Shoe received $14,464,069 for hot weather boots.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Construction Development Services received $7,608,310 to renovate Child Care Development Center, Supply Depot Annex 332 & 332A in Norfolk, VA.

General Dynamics; SAIC; Camber Corp.; Carley Corp.; and Sonalysts received a shared $166,319,793 to provide reengineering, development, and personal computer simulation services to Naval Education Training Command’s (NETC) Naval Training Products & Services program.

Global Technical Services received $22,000,000 for IT for the Army Combat Readiness Center’s safety program. One bid solicited, one received.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $427,078,399 to provide test and evaluation/training threat/target systems for warfighter training and debriefing systems. Includes systems engineering to deliver components used in creating simulated combat environments in training systems.

FUEL & ENERGY

Agera Energy received $44,641,353 for electricity. Direct Energy Business received $17,661,809 for electricity and ancillary services.

BP received $224,194,499 for aviation turbine fuel. Brad Hall & Associates Inc. received $16,188,757 for fuel.

  1. E. Niehoff & Co. received $27,354,883 for generators.

Schneider Electric USA – Black & Veatch JV received $19,288,354 to design and build an energy security microgrid for critical facilities at MCAS Miramar.

MEDICAL & SAFETY

EMR Inc. received $7,754,950 to build a medical training facility at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA).

Harris IT Services received $7,548,675 to support U.S. Army corporate dental systems program at Fort Sam Houston.

KLS Martin received $37,356,201 for cranial- and maxillofacial procedural sets. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Lifeport Inc. received $24,000,000 for hospital and medical equipment.

Masimo Corp. received $35,591,024 for pulse oximeters.

SRA International Inc. received $34,590,000 for unspecified biomedical research.

TQM Inc.; Lighthouse for the Blind; and MSGI Corp. received a shared $49,399,990 to supply medical, surgical, pharmaceutical, dental, laboratory, veterinary equipment and materiel sets to Army medical units, nonmedical and medical support programs.

Verathon Inc. received $28,982,025 for medical equipment and accessories.

ARMY DIRECT CARE MEDICAL SERVICESGeneration Two (ADCMS-G2)

Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV; Matrix Providers Inc.; Caduceus Healthcare Inc.; Defense Civilian Medical Associates and Jefferson Government Services received $102,000,000 for ADCMS-G2 physician services. Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV LLC; Tistcorp II; Matrix Providers; BTL Technologies Inc.; and Potomac Healthcare Solutions received $59,000,000 for ADCMS-G2 nursing services. International Healthcare Staffing Alliance; Saratoga Medical Center Inc.; Medpro Technologies; and Vesa Health & Technology Inc. received $52,000,000 for ADCMS-G2 ancillary medical services.

TRANSPORTATION 

Austal USA received $24,604,790 for long-lead-time material and initial engineering support for Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) 12. This allows procurement of ship sets for specifications supporting main propulsion engines, shafting & bearings, waterjet propulsors, stern ramp, and anchor chains. This was not competitively procured, per U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

FOOD SERVICES

AmeriQual Group LLC ($117,879,360), The Wornick Co. ($42,746,208), and Valley Foods Inc. ($13,144,032) received those amounts for entrée rations for the unitized group ration heat & serve program for U.S. Army and USMC.

Duck Delivery Produce Inc. received $23,122,942 for fresh fruits and vegetables in Washington and Oregon. Spokane Produce Inc. received $25,066,437 for fresh fruits and vegetables in Washington and Oregon.

Louisiana Workforce Commission received $9,580,960 for food services at Logistics Reediness Center, Fort Polk.

Global Connections to Employment Inc. received $10,357,453 for a dining facility at Joint Base-Lewis McChord. Service Source Inc. received $7,580,195 for dining facility attendant services at Fort Carson.

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

ASRC Communications received $22,722,306 for base operations support services at Vance AFB.

Inland Service Corp. received $35,546,160 for solid waste service.

Southern Federal LLC received $7,618,845 for municipal services for 63d Army Regional Support Command Region 3 (Texas).

BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT

CACI received $12,866,003 and Tritus Technologies received $2,573,549 for sustainment and development efforts supporting wide area workflow e-business suite and electronic document access applications/capabilities.

Ernest & Young LLP received $17,509,393 for financial statement audit services.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) received $13,027,725.57 for audit readiness, audit liaison, and systems support for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).

LOGISTICS

Battelle Memorial Institute received $9,248,217 for Logistics Process and Analytical Services for the Army G-4.

L-3 Communication received $10,187,846 for Interim Logistics Support Services supporting Fort Bragg’s Logistics Readiness Center (LRC). One bid solicited, one received.

Peckham Vocational Industries Inc. received $20,311,839 to clean and repair unserviceable economically repairable organizational clothing and individual equipment for the Regional Logistics Support Center Program – Northeast.

Raytheon received $50,000,000 for USMC Logistics Integration Support (LIS) program. LIS uses a single source to manage the remanufacture/repair and evaluation of Ground Equipment Secondary Reparable LIS items.

Tech Systems Inc. received $13,101,665 for maintenance, supply, and transportation at the Directorate of Logistics, Schofield Barracks, HI.

URS Federal Services received $27,611,794 for maintenance, supply, and transportation service for the Logistics Readiness Center, Fort Polk.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE

AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure received $48,140,267 to design and build the Central Treatment Plant upgrades and groundwater collection system project, Bunker Hill, Idaho.

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Pavetech Inc. received $17,442,195 to repair the runway and lighting on Airfield 7/25 and to repair Taxiway Alpha at NAS Fallon.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

A&D Fire Sprinklers Inc.; Fed Con/South Bay JV; HT Fire JV; Millennium Fire Protection Corp.; Southwestern Dakotah Inc.; Superior Fire received a shared $50,000,000 for fire protection construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southwest.

AECOM Technical Services; AMEC-Foster Wheeler Env & Infras Inc.; ARCADIS U.S.; Black Veatch; Cardno GS; Cardno-EA JV; CB&I Federal Services; CH2M; HDR; Jacobs; Leidos; Louis Berger/Aerostar JV; Marstel Day; Parsons; Tetra Tech; and Vernadero received a shared $250,000,000 for architectural & engineering environmental support, South Atlantic Division, USACE.

Burns & McDonnell Engineering received $9,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for Air Force Reserve and military projects within USACE Great Lakes & Ohio River Division Mission Boundaries.

Eagle Fire Inc.; The Ross Group Construction Corp.; Siemens (SGT); W.W. Gay Fire & Integrated System; Wolverine Fire Protection Co.; and VSC Fire & Security received a shared $49,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Eustis Engineering Services received $15,000,000 for geotechnical engineering for USACE New Orleans District and the Mississippi Valley Division.

FBS Federal Design Group received $45,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for the U.S. Army and Air National Guard.

Harper Construction Co. received $15,041,999 to renovate Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 Aviation Maintenance Complex at MCAS Yuma.

HB&A LLC received $10,000,000 for architectural & engineering (Title I, Title II & other services) to administer, coordinate and technically support facility sustainment, restoration, modernization, and construction at: USAF Academy; Buckley AFS; Cheyenne Mountain AFS; Fort Carson; F.E. Warren AFB; Peterson AFB; and Schriever AFB.

HICAPS Inc. received $13,522,929 to renovate bachelor enlisted quarters Building 822 at NAS Jacksonville.

Jacob Construction & Design Inc. received $20,000,000 for projects located at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center Bridgeport, CA (65%); NAS Fallon, NV (25%); and Navy Operational Support Center Reno, NV (10%).

Makers Architecture & Urban Design received $15,000,000 for architectural projects, primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

Middle Atlantic Wholesale Lumber; Forest Products Distributors; Sylvan Forest Products; and S&S Forest Products received a shared $46,000,000 for wood products.

Oak Point Associates received $15,000,000 for architect-engineering services mostly in NAVFAC Atlantic.

Portillo Concrete; Pave-Tech; Command Performance Constructors; Romero General Construction; and Cutting Edge Concrete Services received a shared $99,000,000 for construction, repair, renovation & paving within NAVFAC Southwest.

Rogers Group Inc. received $7,923,661 for paving & road building at Fort Campbell.

Siler Excavating received $10,999,949 for paving.

Swinerton Builders received $26,084,000 to build a health clinic parking structure at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

Sygnos Inc. received $8,441,200 to repair and restore Bachelor Enlisted Quarters 520442 at Camp Pendleton.

Tetra Tech Pond JV received $9,000,000 to help designing USAF Reserve and military projects within the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division of USACE.

Tikigaq Agviq LLC; Engineering/Remediation Resources Group; USA Environmental Inc.; BERS-Weston Services JVC; Bering Sea Eccotech; and GSI-K JV received a shared $95,000,000 for range sustainment and remediation at various USN/USMC installations within NAVFAC Southwest.

T&T Construction Enterprise received $8,677,811 to renovate buildings at Fort Knox.

Velocitel Inc. received $10,000,000 for architectural and engineering services to complete specialty testing of Tainter Gate trunnion girder anchor rod tension on civil works projects. One bid solicited, one received.

DREDGING

Norfolk Dredging Co. received $17,075,900 for marsh restoration in New Orleans, LA.

Vazquez Commercial Contracting received $25,000,000 for Illinois Waterway hydraulic dredging, Rock Island District, IL, miles 0.0 - 291.0.

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A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

COTS = commercial off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion

*Editing consolidated similar contracts. Italics indicate notes from the editor.

**Any clerical errors are the editor’s alone. Each month, Boiling Frogs Post presents a distillation of the previous month’s DOD Contracts. Check back regularly.

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD uses 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran and Arabic translator.

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

DOD spent $11,355,885,000+ on 188 individual contracts during April 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 $11,355,885,000 on 188 individual contracts during April 2016.  This amount does not include 26 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $1,508,484,000.

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

Al-Salam Aircraft Co (AAC) Ltd. received $32,500,000 to provide Saudi Arabia with services required to disassemble/assess 3 F-15 and to convert 1 F-15S to F-15SA.

BAE Systems received $39,999,960 to manufacture MJU-68/B flares for PMA272 Air Expendable Countermeasures program for Israel. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Boeing received $308,035,700 to provide Holland with 12 CH-47F helicopters.

The Entwistle Co. received $8,842,250 to provide France with [catapult] trough covers. This is a sole source acquisition, per 10 U.S. C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $78,810,265 to provide Japan with FY2016 AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 surface ship Undersea Warfare System systems, TI-14 baseline.

Lockheed Martin received $8,777,487 for providing UAE with spare missile parts.

Lockheed Martin received $73,800,000 to provide Japan long lead materials, parts, components and effort to maintain planned production schedule for 6 LRIP lot 12 F-35A. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $54,991,000 to provide Mexico with 7 uniquely configured UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters.

Longbow LLC received $116,700,000 to provide India with fire control radar systems and support of Apache project office. One bid solicited, one received.

Northrop Grumman received $19,189,897 to provide Japan with engineering, installation, integration, and testing on E-2C Hawkeye’s NP2000 propeller.

Northrop Grumman received $21,673,279 for production and technical support services on WSN-7 navigation system. FMS: Japan, South Korea, and Egypt.

Oasis Systems received $9,649,000 for engineering and technology acquisition support services (re: disciplined systems & specialty engineering; technical & information assurance) at Hanscom AFB. FMS (Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Bulgaria, Australia, Egypt, and Japan). This continues an earlier contract.

OPS-Core Inc. received $17,526,260 to provide Austria with sentry helmets and accessories. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $17,877,938 to provide Pakistan with thermal weapon sights & spares, training, and contract data requirements lists. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $181,307,878 for FMS (Estonia, Czech Republic) Guidance Electrical Unit (GEU) hybrid regulators.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin J/V received $10,559,149 for FMS (Jordan, Czech Republic) Block 1 Round Combined, GEU Golden Units.

Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems received $20,270,722 to repair Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) and to consolidate USAF F-15, F-16, and JHMCS FMS repair support into one contract. This is FMS to 13 unnamed countries. Sole-source.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $71,475,750 to provide Saudi Arabia with two modified King Air 350 (extended range) with ISR/synthetic aperture radar capability, one transportable ground station, one fixed ground station, and one mission system trainer. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Textron (Bell) received $170,173,188 to manufacture/deliver nine AH-1Z and nine auxiliary fuel kits to Pakistan.

Textron (Cessna) received $14,095,939 to provide Pakistan with Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX and 4 Cessna T-206H Stationair, all modified for aeromedical evacuation. Includes 24-month sustainment package (spares, tooling, support equipment) for each aircraft, along with pilot and maintainer training. Sole-source.

Textron received $65,948,115 for FMS (Iraq, Colombia): 54 Commando Select with 40/50 turret; 4 Commando Select with 40/50 turret and C2 variant; and 2 Commando Select. One bid solicited, one received.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

General Atomics received $9,486,872 for engineering services on Grey Eagle. General Atomics received $8,075,148 for engineering services on unspecified unmanned aircraft systems.

Northrup Grumman received $83,417,599 for logistics support for the Hunter UAS in Sierra Vista, AZ, and Afghanistan.

Raytheon received $21,592,886 to continue software upgrade transition on MQ-8 Fire Scout tactical control system 2016 Linux cyber baseline. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(1).

SRA International received $7,963,464 for technical project management, integration, planning & programming; network monitoring; configuration & performance & mission management; communications security management, systems admin; and communications engineering at Langley AFB. This is presumably a modification on a previous contract regarding USAF Distributed Common Ground System (AF DCGS). Paid for using FY2016 overseas contingency operations funds.

BIOMETRICS

CrossResolve LLC received $17,244,129 for basic and applied research of biometric identity operations (advanced contactless/stand-off biometric face, finger, and iris technologies; data analytic tools; and established communication channels) in support of the Navy Special Surveillance Program.

USAFRICOM

Gulf Extreme Engineering & Mir Sulaiman Amini Construction Co.; Consorzio Stabile GMG S.C.AR.L.; Eiffage Infraestructuras SA; Dover Vantage Inc.; Maruf Sharif Construction Co.-MACEC; Prime Projects International Ltd.; 77 Insaat Ve Taahhut A.S.; JV SKE Djibouti MACC; and EMTA Insaat Taahhut ve Ticaret A.S. received $25,000,000 for demolition, construction, and repair of facilities, airfields, and infrastructure at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti.

USSOUTHCOM

Leidos Inc. received $10,407,562 to provide linguists, interpreters, translators, stenographers, and court reporters to assist in case preparations for hearings and trials conducted by the Office of Military Commissions (OMC) in Arlington, VA, and Guantánamo Bay. Paid for with FY2016 overseas contingency operations funds.

USCENTCOM

CNS Aviation received $7,084,962 for avionics bench test sets in support of Special Mission Wing (SMW) counternarcotic activities in Afghanistan.

Sterling Operations Inc. received $8,372,456 for environmental footprint reduction in Afghanistan.

USNORTHCOM

Randy Kinder Excavating & Koehler Engineering & Land Surveying JV; Decatur Construction Inc.; JDM Construction; and Terra Construction Inc. received $70,000,000 for construction in Laredo, Del Rio, and Big Bend border patrol sectors for USACE, Southwestern Division, Fort Worth District.

USSOCOM

Dillon Aero Inc. received $15,000,000 to provide life-cycle contractor support for M134 mini-gun weapons systems for USSOCOM’s Technology Applications Program Office. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $50,789,311 for Special Operations Forces & Personnel Recovery Division advisory & assistance services (professional acquisition, engineering, scientific, research, financial, and admin work on program management of aircraft R&D, production, and lifecycle acquisition and sustainment activities) at Wright-Patterson AFB.

USPACOM

Leidos Inc. received $7,129,983 for 3D geospatial information. Work in the Philippines.

ACADEMIA

University Of Dayton received $17,457,232 for R&D on synthesizing organic matrix composites constituents, new integrated composite materials, computational tools for processing science & data management, and multiscale modeling at Wright-Patterson AFB.

DARPA

IBM was issued a ceiling decrease of $7,397,671 ($32,761,127 to $25,363,456) for DARPA research on I20 Broad Operational Language Translation (BOLT) program. Some work in Aachen, Germany (9%); Cambridge, UK (8%); Le Mans, France (4%).

Vencore Labs Inc., d.b.a. Applied Communication Sciences received $7,719,472 for work on DARPA’s Extreme DDoS Defense (XD3) program.

NATIONAL LABS

Gardner Zemke Co. received $13,145,132 to design and construct a TA-3 electrical substation, Los Alamos National Laboratory.

TELECOMS

AT&T received $11,738,110 for the Priority Telecommunication Service (PTS) to support DHS Office of Emergency Communications (OEC). Non-competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

AT&T Corp. received $74,600,000 for the Northstar Long-Haul Telecommunications Network and associated transmission circuits for an ultra-high frequency/line-of-sight (UHF/LOS) communications system network.

MICROELECTRONICS

ACI Technologies Inc. received $99,000,000 to provide the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) requires support for the ManTech Navy Electronics Manufacturing Center of Excellence (NEMC).

GENERAL AIRCRAFT RESEARCH

Jacobs Technology received $9,837,482 to support AFRL by providing on-site test operations, engineering, and technical personnel competent in liquid, solid, spacecraft, emerging, pervasive propulsion, experimental test operations, systems integration and analysis at Edwards AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $200,337,000 for warfighter readiness and training research (R&D, evaluation, and validation of training approaches, methods, tool, instrumentation, and enterprise infrastructure for learning and performance) at Wright-Patterson AFB for AFRL.

Universal Technology Corps. received $17,457,232 for R&D and technology transition to advance the technology readiness level on advanced hybrid structural materials and processes at Wright-Patterson AFB.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Aechelon Technology received $11,907,930 for 14 visual image generators in support of joint simulation environment for F-35. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $181,765,203 to manufacture and deliver F-35 LRIP (lot 9) Alternate Mission Equipment, including armaments, pilot flight equipment, and red gear for USAF ($66,076,555; 48.46%); USMC ($19,039,454; 13.97%); USN ($6,923,078; 5.08%); non-DOD ($30,088,244, 22.07%); Japan ($2,617,276; 1.92%); Israel ($11,518,219, 8.5%).

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $36,071,097 for replenishment spares and maintenance services for LRIP lot 10 F-35 for USAF ($16,538,222; 46%); USMC ($14,096,978; 39%), USN ($5,435,898; 15%).

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $1,038,074,689 for lot IX LRIP F-35 propulsion (components, parts and materials) associated with procurement of 28 F135-PW-100 CTOL propulsion systems for USAF; six F135-PW-600 propulsion systems for USMC; four F135-PW-100 propulsion systems for USN; seven F135-PW-100 and F135-PW-600 propulsion systems for international partners; 11 F135-PW-100 spare propulsion systems for FMS customers. This also provides three spare propulsion systems and one trainer propulsion system for USAF. Purchases: USAF ($365,456,442; 35%); USN/USMC ($226,542,833; 22%); international partners ($299,525,306; 29%); and FMS ($146,550,108; 14%).

RAPTOR (F-22)

Lockheed Martin received $11,213,000 for F-22: incorporate a change order for the Radar Cross Section Test Facility turntable and support equipment design at Fort Worth.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell-Boeing JPO received $14,485,959 for nonrecurring engineering on CV-22 Integrated Aircraft Survivability Equipment (IASE) joint urgent operational need effort as well as 10 CV-22 IASE A-kits.

Bell Boeing JPO received $55,000,000 to repair various V-22 parts. One firm solicited, one offer received, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Hamilton Sundstrand received $8,696,829 to repair the computer frequency generator used on MV-22 and CV-22. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(2).

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $922,628,257 to remanufacture 117 AH-64E helicopters.

Lockheed Martin received $8,475,334 for non-recurring engineering (modify, test, qualify) on three MH-60 R/S avionics weapons replaceable assemblies for U.S. Navy ($7,237,936; 85.4%) and Australia ($1,237,398; 14.6%).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $11,062,320 for one UH-60M.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $16,232,698 for engineering technical and field services on H-53 and H-60, subsystems, and support equipment at Miramar (22%); McGuire AFB (22%); New River, NC (22%); Mayport Naval Station (12%); North Island, CA (11%); Cherry Point, NC (11%). Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $25,000,000 for long lead items on two LRIP lot 1 CH-53K. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $70,665,000 to update and maintain operational, vendor, maintenance-related, flight test, and laboratory support software in support of the MH-60 R/S and SH-60B aircraft. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Textron (Bell) received $7,466,150 to procure and install eight AN/APR-39D(V)2 radar system integration kits (A-kits) into Lot 13 AH-1Z and UH-1Y.

AIRBORNE SIGNALS

Northrup Grumman received $24,587,690 for line replaceable unit repair, reset/overhaul, and technical services for various Guardrail Common Sensors, receiving sets, AN/ARW-88(V) radio items. One bid solicited, one received.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $93,842,190 for depot-level maintenance support and sustainment for the F/A-18 A/B/C/D.

Sonoran Technology & Professional Services received $7,665,527 for F-16 weapon system support contract instruction services and support at Luke AFB and Holloman AFB. Contains small FMS amount to Singapore.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Northrop Grumman received $28,446,240 for material and supplemental support of the E-2D Delta System Software Configuration 2 Suite.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (GROWLER & PROWLER)

Boeing received $27,761,364 for production, verification, and delivery of test program sets (TPS) produced for the EA-18G Airborne Electronic Attack suite.

Boeing received $19,900,000 to provide preliminary work associated with engineering change proposal 6472 integration of Next Generation Jammer Pod onto EA-18G. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6 302-1.

Boeing received $13,715,272 to provide additional funding for a portion of the small business contract incentive that was negotiated as part of the lot 38 full-rate production of EA-18G and F/A-18E.

Raytheon received $1,012,928,257 to design, manufacture, integrate, demonstrate and test 15 Next Generation Jammer engineering development model pods and 14 NGJ aero-mechanical test pods. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code § 2304(c)(1).

POSEIDON

Boeing received $235,273,721 for long-lead items to manufacture/deliver 11 lot 8 full-rate production IV P-8A for U.S. Navy.

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Lockheed Martin received $18,112,864 for C-5 sustaining engineering services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $61,295,562 for production of HC-130J configuration.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

Essex Industries Inc. received $34,000,000 for deployable oxygen generator systems.

Northrop Grumman received $61,750,409 for Battlefield Airborne Communication Node (BACN) payload operations and support. Paid for in part with FY2016 overseas contingency operation funds.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

DynCorp received $8,205,304 for aviation field maintenance management.

Lockheed Martin received $7,417,136 to remove, repair, replace, and test electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS) repairable and consumable assets. Includes: sustaining logistics & engineering; facilitating Failure Reporting, Analysis & Corrective Action System; and data. This was not competitively procured, per 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $138,795,382 for broad supply chain management and logistical support of spare parts and industrial hardware relating to the maintenance, overhaul, and repair at USAF air logistics complexes. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Unison Industries received $31,657,979 for additional money and items in support of aircraft engines.

AIRCRAFT PODS, SENSORS & COUNTERMEASURES

BAE Systems received $8,790,765 for Anti-Access Real-Time Mission Management System - Contested Environment Networked Situation Understanding System (ARMS-CONSENSUS) software.

Lockheed Martin received $93,654,627 to work on incorporating Common Terrain Following (MCTF) radar system into MC-130J.

Northrop Grumman received $87,151,644 for Large Aircraft Infrared Counter Measures (LAIRCM PDF) calendar year 2016 base hardware and support. 5% ($4,357,582) is FMS to Australia.

Raytheon received $90,115,060 for 39 Multi-Spectral Targeting System (MTS) turrets and associated data, production support, and spares.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $83,000,000 for Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System (CRIIS) modification, integration and support. Includes: design, development & testing of system, and block upgrades. Sole-source.

AEGIS

Raytheon received $30,989,008 for one AN/SPY-1D(V) transmitter group radar system ship set, select missile fire control system MK 99 equipment, and engineering services.

Raytheon received $19,874,536 for engineering & systems services (operations research; physics analysis; test plans, procedures, monitoring; test data collection analysis & review; real-time mission & technical management support; technical reports & briefing prep) on AEGIS ballistic missile defense program for U.S. Navy ($18,682,064; 94%) and Japan ($1,192,472; 6%).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Austal USA received $9,937,228 for procurement and engineering on FY2015-2016 scope changes (more room for increased crew on LCS Independence).

Lockheed Martin received $74,644,836 for Freedom variant LCS program core LCS class services, class services, special studies, analyses and reviews.

Rolls Royce received $7,249,356 to manufacture LCS ancillary parts kits. One firm solicited non-competitively, per FAR 6.302-1.

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $48,862,912 for USS McFaul (DDG 74) FY2016 extended dry-docking selected restricted availability (SRA), which includes maintenance, modernization, and repair.

BAE Systems received $29,414,546 for the cruiser USS Gettysburg (CG 64) FY2016 Special Selected Restricted Availability (SSRA).

Cabrillo Enterprises; South Bay Sand Blasting & Tank Cleaning; and Surface Technologies Corp. received $10,000,000 for deck covering removal and non-skid and installation services onboard Navy ships and vessels within a 50-mile radius of San Diego, CA.

C&N Universe, Inc.; Integrated Marine Services, Inc.; Marine & Restaurant Fabricators, Inc.; Miller Marine; and Pacific Maritime Industries, Corp. received a shared $25,000,000 for sheet metal repair and fabrication services on U.S. gov vessels within 50 miles of San Diego, CA, USA.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $25,578,306 for the basic work package for FY2016 planned incremental availability for USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) in Coronado, CA. Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,294,887 for CVN 71 FY2016 supplemental package for planned incremental availability in Coronado, CA.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $20,000,000 for additional planned supplemental work for the Refueling Complex Overhaul of USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72).

ManTech received $11,793,318 to provide specific systems operation, sustainment, and support services for the Navy Ship Maintenance and Logistics Information Systems (SMLIS) program.

SUBMARINES

BAE Systems received $72,001,043 to definitize long lead-time material and manufacture/deliver propulsors and tailcones for Virginia Class subs (SSN 794 through SSN 803) including associated hardware for 10 shipsets and a spare.

General Dynamics received $10,081,980 for Common Missile Compartment missile tube to keel robotic welding systems (five for USA; five for UK).

General Dynamics received $31,798,708 to maintain, modernize/repair operational nuclear powered subs, floating dry docks, support & service craft, and plant equipment assigned to Naval Submarine Support Facility, New London.

Lockheed Martin received $12,035,307 for Common Missile Compartment/Ohio Replacement, missile service unit, X-Link Pod Refresh, and Strategic Weapons Systems Ashore efforts at Cape Canaveral, FL.

Lockheed Martin received $20,516,392 for production/support of Acoustic Rapid Commercial off-the-shelf Insertion (A-RCI) sonar systems (TI-14) for U.S. subs.

Lockheed Martin received $49,503,485 to procure MK 39 Mod 2 expendable mobile antisubmarine warfare (ASW) training targets (EMATT). MK 39 Mod 2 EMATT is the U.S. Navy’s open ocean ASW training target.

L3 received $21,342,465 for production & delivery of Signal Analysis System (SAS) outboard cables. SAS provides U.S. Navy subs with signal analysis, near-ship situational awareness/contact avoidance, and passive acoustic intercept.

L-3 received $11,889,610 to develop a first article TB-34X fat line towed array, tow cable, test set, receivers & provisioned items. TB-34X is a fat line towed array passive sonar receiver aboard U.S. Navy subs.

Progeny Systems received $10,758,039 for engineering and technical services in support of AN/UYQ-100 undersea warfare decision support system, which provides integrated net-centric undersea warfare command & control.

Thales Defense & Security received $7,064,742 for sonar domes. This was sole source, per 10 U.S. C. 2304(c)(1).

OTHER NAVAL/USMC CONTRACTS

American Electronics received $45,383,063 for engineering and technical services on NAWCAD’s Air Traffic Control & Landing Systems Division for U.S. Navy ($44,929,233; 99%) and U.K. ($453,830; 1%).

ArgonST, EOIR Technologies, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Physical Optics Corp., Raytheon, Rockwell Collins, S2 Corp., Sea Corp., SI2 Technologies, and TiCom Geomanics received a shared $800,000,000 to work on the Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare Command & Control program (re: develop/demonstrate a set of prototypes and component subsystems, which integrate radio frequency functionality electronic warfare, radar, comms, information ops into a common set of multi-function apertures, electronics and software/firmware through modular architecture, scalable across platforms).

BAE Systems received $51,875,784 to provide engineering products and up to 706,560 hours of technical services at NAWCAD Air Traffic Control & Landing Systems (ATC&LS) Division (AIR-4.11.7) for design, development and test & eval of ATC&LS products.

CDI M&T Co. received $9,067,883 for integrated logistics support on life cycle of all Aircraft Launch & Recovery Equipment (ALRE) systems and subsystems in support of Naval Air Systems Command ALRE.

Coherent Technical Services Inc. received $20,471,350 for emerging navigation technology engineering services for air and shipboard C4ISR capabilities.

Crestwood Technology Group; Gideon Services, Inc.; and RC Electronics received a shared $9,895,616 to deliver commercial off-the-shelf electronics, hardware, and components for Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control Systems suites for installation in new ships and retrofit into existing ships.

General Dynamics received $9,147,485 for five Common Aviation Command & Control System (CAC2S) limited deployment units (LDUs). A limited source competitive procurement; 4 offers solicited & received, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Golden Sands General Contractors Inc. received $11,757,000 to build the Vertical Electro-Magnetic Pulse Simulator (VEMPS) at NAS Patuxent River.

Lockheed Martin received $21,905,303 for performance-based logistics maintenance and support on up to 400 Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) stations and 150 reconfigurable transportable CASS stations for USN/USMC ($20,225,117; 92%); Kuwait ($631,246; 3%); Australia ($481,370; 2%); Malaysia ($272,410; 1%); Finland ($219,358; 1%); Italy ($75,802; 1%).

Lockheed Martin received $8,142,123 for Common Display System (CDS) Technology Insertion-16 production. CDS provides U.S. Navy with an enterprise display solution on surface ships with potential use by USMC and allied forces.

Lockheed Martin received $45,036,292 for TB-37 Multi-Function Towed Array production units, tow cables, electro-optical slip rings, drogues, shipping products and engineering services support AN/SQQ-89 anti-submarine warfare system for USN (73%) and Japan (27%).

Mercury Defense Systems received $15,430,634 to produce 28 Type II advanced Digital Radio Frequency Memories (DRFM) units for NAWCAD, Lakehurst, NJ.

NDI Engineering Co. received $17,777,138 for technical services to NAWCAD Prototype Manufacturing Department (AIR-4.8) at NAWCAD Lakehurst on Joint Base McGuire-Dix.

Raytheon received $20,406,692 for four AN/AQS-20A sonar mine-detecting sets.

Raytheon received $17,653,917 for science & technology research concerning the Network Cooperative Radar Program.

SPACE

Boeing received $275,000,000 for R&D, engineering, and program management to advance scientific & technical knowledge of ground-based space-superiority.

Boeing received $16,622,453 for increased government insight of Boeing's satellite manufacturing process in order to assure mission capability and asset longevity for Wideband Global SATCOM Block II follow-on satellites.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $19,121,456 for systems engineering and integration support to the launch and test range system at Los Angeles AFB.

Data Computer Corp. of America received $79,910,000 for the Western Range Modernization Network program, specifically upgrading mission communications core at Western Range (Vandenberg AFB, Pillar Point AFS, Point Mugu, Santa Ynez Peak) from asynchronous transfer mode to Internet protocol v6 (IPv6).

Harris Corp. received $9,202,986 for work on System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR), which sustains FPS-85 Phased Array Eglin radar. This radar tracks space objects.

Harris Corp. received $7,526,652 to sustain the Ground-based Electro Optical Deep Space Surveillance (GEODSS) weapons system at White Sands Missile Range, Maui, Diego Garcia, and Colorado Springs.

LinQuest Corp. received $67,776,992 to provide Space & Missile Systems Center Remote Sensing Systems Directorate technical services (planning & policy implementation; security; development, launch, and post-launch support Test & Eval) at Los Angeles AFB; Sunnyvale, CA; Peterson AFB; Buckley AFB; and Boulder, CO.

Space X received $82,700,000 for launch services to deliver the GPS III satellite to its intended orbit. Includes launch vehicle production, mission integration, and launch operations for a GPS III mission.

CYBER, IT, COMMS & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Cyber Defense Information Assurance received $11,473,390 for USAF Intranet Control weapon system and DOD Joint Regional Security Stacks.

General Dynamics and EOIR Technologies Inc. received $49,000,000 for software engineering lifecycle support (including design development, coding & implementation, testing).

HP received $443,220,679 for USSTRATCOM Information Technology Capabilities Contract II (infrastructure, mission critical systems, applications) at Offutt AFB.

Iron Bow Technologies received $10,371,613 for Korea Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) and Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) upgrade.

Microsoft received $31,100,000 for premier support services. One bid solicited, one received.

Netcentrics Corp. received $17,142,286 for information technology hardware.

Raytheon received $89,525,958 to update and install Plug & Fight (P&F) A-Kit end items and provide Army Integrated Air & Missile Defense (AIAMD) integration, test, and evaluation support. One bid solicited, one received.

SAIC received $10,591,623 for Aviation Mission Planning System, Phase II software modifications.

Sands Business Equipment & Supplies received $17,100,000 for commercial-off-the-shelf business equipment for DOD electronic mall customers.

SRI International received $7,778,244 for basic and applied R&D on methodologies and technologies re: deployment of interoperable surveillance, tracking, security, and access control solutions. Efforts provide modular & open system architecture approach for creating systems across domains to develop sensors and support a variety of aviation platforms/systems.

Telos Corp.; Dell; CDW Government; HPI Federal LLC; Integration Technologies Group Inc.; Transource Services Corp.; Emtec Federal LLC; and NCS Technologies Inc. received $675,000,000 for IT supporting enterprise software.

Triton Marine Construction received $28,269,600 to build/install underwater subsea power transmission and fiber optic cable system between utility provider-owned substation and Naval Computer & Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic, Cutler power plant, Maine, USA.

BALLISTIC MISSILES

EaglePicher Technologies LLC received $8,071,110 for 360 MK21 arming and fusing assembly batteries for the Minuteman III. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Exelis, Inc. received $58,018,301 for System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator (SENSOR) Ballistic Missile Early Warning System Pave Phased Array Warning System (BPP) sustainment projects at Fylingsdales AB; Thule AFS; Clear AFS; Beale AFB; Cape Cod AFS; and Peterson AFB.

Exelis, Inc. received $15,439,296 for SENSOR Perimeter Acquisition Radar Attack Characterization System (PARCS) sustainment support projects at Cavalier AFS, ND, and Colorado Springs, CO.

Lockheed Martin received $21,000,325 to provide the UK with engineering and technical support services (technical planning, direction, coordination, control to ensure that UK Fleet Ballistic Missile Program requirements identified/integrated) and deliverable materials for Trident II. Paid for with UK Contract Funds. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c) (4).

Lockheed Martin received $20,184,053 for material and labor re: additional enhanced modeling and simulation capabilities along with Ballistic Missile Defense integration and flight-test support.

Lockheed Martin received $10,545,650 for a missile ground test unit and missile round canisters for MDA, terminal high altitude area defense (THAAD) project office.

Mabbett & Associates received $15,422,673 to provide comprehensive and sustainable environmental management, planning, compliance, sustainability, and related technical support to MDA supporting acquisition, development, testing, deployment, and fielding of an integrated Ballistic Missile Defense System and other new MDA missions.

Millennium Engineering & Integration received $235,390,812 for advisory & assistance services to test, exercise and wargame supporting technical, engineering, advisory and management (for development, implementation, sustainment and assessment of processes, procedures, plans and policies) for the Ballistic Missile Defense System throughout the test life cycle.

Veterans Technology received $128,846,565 to develop and implement Ballistic Missile Defense System and program-level strategic planning & financial management; cost estimating & analysis; accounting; and financial support.

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

American Ordnance LLC received $8,638,117 for material management at the Milan Army Ammunition Plant (MLAAP). One bid solicited, one received.

American Ordnance LLC received $14,062,431 for M795 Insensitive Munitions Explosive (IMX) Projectiles.

Orbital ATK received $121,370,003 to convert U.S. gov-provided AGM-88B into 145 full-rate production lot 5 AARGM all-up-rounds and 12 captive air training missiles, incl. supplies & services necessary for missile manufacture, spares, & fleet deployment for USN ($121,050,143; 99.98%); Italy ($319,860; 0.02%).

Raytheon was docked $16,087,941 to support a Third Stage Rocket Motor (TSRM) reliability growth/design enhancement Engineering Change Proposal for design enhancement that will increase reliability margin of TSRM nozzle assembly.

Raytheon received $12,021,870 for Evolved SeaSparrow Missile (ESSM) Block 2 Target Detection Device (TDD) redesign efforts.

SAIC received $9,537,517 for systems and computer resource support for Aviation & Missile Command at Redstone Arsenal.

Woodward HRT received $9,696,687 for cylinder assemblies for the U.S. Army. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY

Engility Corp. received $42,039,869 for advisory and assistance services for DTRA in support of the Research & Development Directorate.

VEHICLES

BAE Systems received $9,525,940 for system technical support and sustainment system technical support for the Bradley Family of Vehicles.

BAE Systems received $25,393,313 to convert 43 Bradley M3 vehicles to M2 vehicles, and 13 M3 Operation Desert Storm-Situation Awareness vehicles to M2 ODS-SA vehicles.

BAE Systems received $109,715,382 for 36 M88A2 Hercules vehicles, and authorized stockage list spares.

General Dynamics received $47,858,415 to retrofit Stryker fleet to maintain the appropriate vehicles’ configuration. One bid solicited, one received.

IBIS TEK, LLC received $7,869,884 for additional medium tactical vehicle 58-gallon and 78-gallon armor B-Kits.

Oshkosh Defense received $31,791,324 to recapitalize 44 heavy expanded mobility tactical trucks (HEMTT) M1977A4 (M977A0/A2 to M1977A4) and 48 M1977A4 (M1977A0 VSE to M1977A4).

Veyance Technologies received $9,572,391 for track shoe assemblies for the U.S. Army’s M88 vehicle. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

SMALL ARMS

Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace (Kongsberg, Norway) received $12,970,980 for additional CROWS M153 conversions.

Medico Industries Inc. received $17,888,945 for 120mm high explosive shells; 120mm high explosive & full-range practice charges; and smoke adapter fuses.

SSK Industries Inc. received $10,372,061 for electronic automatic activation devices.

Yoland Corp. received $18,730,839 for 60mm, 81mm, 120mm, and 155mm main and drogue mortar and artillery parachutes.

CLOTHING

Golden Manufacturing Co. received $57,068,055 for U.S. Army coats.

National Industries for the Blind received $8,400,000 for physical fitness uniform pants.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

CSC government Solutions LLC received $34,122,376 for IT services supporting Naval Education & Training Command and all organizations within the Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education enterprise. This is is a non-competitive action, per FAR 6.302-1, using justification 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

FUEL & ENERGY

Agera Energy LLC received $18,063,626 for electricity in NY, CT, ME, MA, RI.

Exide Technologies received $45,068,074 for storage batteries.

Brad Hall & Associates Inc. received $10,435,528 for various types of fuel. ExxonMobil received $236,457,850 for fuel. IPC received $15,913,706 for various types of fuel. IPC received $14,536,843 for ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel. Senergy Petroleum LLC received $15,913,706 for fuel.

Graybar Electric received $19,500,000 for maintenance, repair and operations in Northeast region, Zone 2, USA. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

MEDICAL & SAFETY

AECOM received $10,000,000 for architectural and engineering services to support Army Medical Command within USACE South Atlantic Division.

LEIDOS Engineering LLC received $10,000,000 for medical treatment and research operations at U.S. Army Medical Command installations.

Livingworks Education received $12,272,947 for Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), training, and materials. One bid solicited, one received.

MedImmune Biologics Inc. received $47,600,000 for influenza vaccine.

Rogers, Lovelock & Fritz Inc. received $10,000,000 for Medical Command facilities support.

ENVIRONMENTAL

AECOM Technical Services; Booz Allen Hamilton; National Defense Energy & Environmental Alliance; and Noblis Inc. received a shared $122,500,000 to support the National Defense Center for Environmental Excellence primarily to demonstrate, validate, and transition technologies to address DOD environmental, safety, occupational health and energy needs.

CB&I Federal Services received $9,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for environmental support within Great Lakes & Ohio River mission boundaries of Louisville District, USACE.

Mira Facilities Management2 LLC; QRI-GMI JV; and Stell Environmental Enterprises Inc. received $12,000,000 for environmental projects, Southwest Division, USACE.

FOOD SERVICES

Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc. received $59,530,860 for fresh beef and frozen coarse ground beef products for resale to Central Meat Processing Plant (CMPP) at Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany.

Senn Brothers Produce received $36,900,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables.

Sodexo Management Inc. received $17,228,710 for changes to FY2016 dining facility meal quantities and credits at Camp Pendleton (49.45%); San Diego, CA (21.21%); Twentynine Palms (16.14%); Miramar, CA (6.38%); Yuma, AZ (5.11%); and Bridgeport, CA (1.71%).

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

Didlake Inc. received $9,741,954 for annual custodial services at NAS Oceana, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, and outlying clinics.

Pride Industries received $7,136,695 to support Fort Polk, Louisiana, Directorate of Public Works, Base Operations.

Spectrum-CBS JV LLC received $7,996,692 for facility support (management, supervision, labor, transportation, equipment & supplies to perform preventive maintenance, inspections, testing and maintenance for facilities, ground structures, equipment & systems) at Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).

Vectrus received $10,506,221 for base operations support at Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex, AL.

Wolverine Services LLC received $11,280,274 for public works functions at Fort Wainwright, and the Donnelly, Yukon, Black Rapids training areas in Alaska.

BUSINESS, ADMIN & OFFICE SUPPORT

Herdt Consulting; PSI Pax; and SAIC received a shared $147,178,362 for process improvement, reengineering, management and data support services (including Navy Enterprise Resource Planning sustainment on behalf of NAVSUP Business Systems Center (BSC).

NetCentrics Corp. received $8,513,822 for IT operations supporting the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, supported organizations, and Pentagon Force Protection Agency.

AUDIT

Immixtechnology, Inc. received $39,169,546 for Business Activity Monitoring Services, which identify improper payments across legacy payment systems, and supports Navy’s Audit Assertion with reconciling services for Navy's Funds Balance with Treasury. This contract was a sole source, logical follow-on.

LOGISTICS

L-3 Communications received $9,629,413 for the Logistics Readiness Center (LRC), Ft. Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, GA. One bid solicited, one received.

DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT

ETCON Inc. received $15,636,394 for open-end paving.

G&G Steel Inc. received $11,770,060 to fabricate and deliver miter gates, spare parts and valves for the Holt Lock and Dam, AL.

Harper Contracting Inc. received $13,348,010 to build a soil cement revetment structure on the Santa Ana River, Lower Santa Ana River Channel, Reach 9, Phase 4, Yorba Linda, and Orange County, CA

DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

Coffman Specialties Inc. received $17,997,875 to repair the runway and lighting on Airfield 7/25 at NAS Fallon.

DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

AIP Enterprise; Comanche Nation Construction; Gideon Contracting; and Warden Construction Corp. received $20,000,000 for construction services at Tinker AFB.

B3 Enterprises LLC; Erickson Builders & Co.; Hamline Construction, Inc.; Kreofsky Building Supply; L.S. Black Constructors – Loeffel Construction JV; Max Gray Construction; and Versacon, Inc. received $9,500,000 for construction services for Minnesota National Guard.

Blue Cord Design & Construction; Herman/JCG Co JV; Synergy Kirlin JV; and Doyon Project Services received $249,000,000 for design and construction services.

CDM Constructors Inc. received $17,997,749 to repair a water distribution system at NAS Joint Reserve Base New Orleans.

Gunter Construction Inc. received $7,022,722 for road construction at Ft. Polk.

Nagamine Okawa Engineers Inc. received $10,000,000 for structural design and engineering services located primarily within NAVFAC Hawaii.

Northrop Grumman received $24,887,312 to install a multi-story, steel-framed office complex inside a high bay production area.

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

DREDGING

Tetra Tech EC, Inc. received $10,465,548 for Site 17 sediment dredging remedial action at Naval Station Newport, RI.

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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 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.

Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran and Arabic translator.

 

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

DOD spent $23,512,565,000+ on 327 individual contracts during March 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 Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $23,512,565,000 on 327 individual contracts during March 2016.  This amount does not include 13 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $313,404,000.

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

AM General received $10,402,481 to provide Iraq with HMMWV.

BAE Systems received $8,085,613 to upgrade Taiwan’s Air Force ALR-56M Line Replaceable Unit 5 Analysis Processor to the new configuration required for compatibility with the F-16 Taiwan retrofit program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Harper Construction Co. received $25,074,304 to repair and build Joint Strike Force FMS building at Naval Base Ventura County (Point Mugu, CA).

Harris Corp. received $20,116,679 to provide Morocco, Kuwait, and Qatar with radios, spares, installation kits, and continental U.S. unit-level test equipment training. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 Communications received $36,300,000 to provide Taiwan with F-16 A/B Block 20 mission training center (includes hardware, spares, and initial software development). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $92,419,070 for C-130J production for Israel.

LOC Performance received $15,672,216 to provide Morocco with M1A1 track and road wheels and associated components. One bid solicited, one received.

Navistar Defense received $8,311,516 to provide Iraq with 46 medium tactical vehicles in two variations. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $13,846,183 for materials & services for Jordan’s Armed Forces Automated Command & Control (J4ISR-C2) Tactical System (JCTS) project.

Raytheon received $14,053,986 for material, parts, assembly, testing, and delivery of RAM Block 2 MK 44 Mod 4 guided missile round packs to Japan. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4).

Textron (Bell) received $18,935,563 to provide Lebanon three UH-1H.

Tower Industries Inc. received $38,365,882 for iron practice bombs FMS (Canada, Taiwan).

Wyle (CAS) received $11,821,010 for FMS (Egypt, Taiwan, UAE, Mexico, Colombia, Jordan, Brazil, Tunisia, Sweden, Slovakia) labor hours and travel supporting the Utility Helicopter Project Office.

UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT

Boeing (Insitu) received $10,056,486 for interim contractor services (logistics, training, data reporting field service rep) in support of RQ-21A Blackjack. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Boeing received $34,398,802 to provide 30 QF-16 (lot 4) and 30 associated 4-year warranties for QF-16 drone-peculiar equipment.

General Atomics received $53,825,727 for MQ-9 Hybrid Release 1 integration. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $7,280,560 to support MQ-8 systems (software verification & regression; cybersecurity; dynamic interface; requirements) in preparation for initial operational test and evaluation.

Northrop Grumman received $30,257,077 to retrofit 8 RQ-4 Global Hawk (lot 11)

Block 30I to Block 30M.

URS received $21,713,648 for program management services in support of the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator (BAMS-D) Program Office.

MEDIA

Taft Broadcasting Company received $16,472,869 for on-site broadcast operation support for AFN – Broadcast Center located at the Defense Media Activity (DMA) in Riverside, CA.

USPACOM

Cubic Global Defense received $9,911,524 to operate the Korea Battle Simulation Center in South Korea.  

USCENTCOM

DynCorp received $9,259,344 and received $65,681,837 for aviation field maintenance services in Afghanistan.

DynCorp International received $22,500,000 for personnel support services for DOD employees, contractor personnel, and their dependents assigned to Egypt, in the greater Cairo area and remote locations. These U.S. personnel support various FMS programs on behalf of the Egyptian military. This contract involves unspecified FMS to Egypt. This is a sole-source acquisition.

EXP Federal Inc. received $7,954,992 for electrical safety assessments, repairs, material management, and control services within USCENTCOM (specifically Kuwait, Jordan, Iraq, UAE, Qatar, and Bahrain).

General Dynamics received $12,943,157 for admin, IT engineering and logistics to the 160th Signal Brigade and subordinate battalions in USCENTCOM (specifically in Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan).

Northrup Grumman received $24,541,711 to “sustain contingency operations.” One bid solicited, one received. Work in Huntsville, AL; Afghanistan; and Egypt.

Readiness Management Support received $16,721,185 for aviation command & control operations and maintenance services in AFCENT.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $22,409,044 for base maintenance and operations services supporting Operation Inherent Resolve contingency personnel surge at Incirlik AB.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $329,418,640 for Kuwait base operations and security support.

USSOCOM

CACI received $179,859,727 for Joint Geospatial Analytical Support Services in support of USSOCOM.

Raytheon received $47,000,000 for the AN/ZSQ-2 FLIR and Electro-Optical Sensor System for USSOCOM Technology Applications Program Office. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins received $41,285,000 to provide non-recurring engineering and video processing module for USSOCOM Technology Applications Program Office. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Wing Inflatables received $25,686,244 for combat rubber raiding craft and hard floors in support of the Special Warfare System.

Zero Point; The Ascendancy Group; Hager; R3; and 6 Fathoms received a shared $9,900,000 for Naval Special Warfare subject matter expertise for operational & technical test and evaluation support.

DARPA

Aurora Flight Sciences received $89,444,166 for Phases II & III of DARPA’s VTOL X-plane research portfolio.

System High Corp. received $21,035,502 for work on DARPA’s Security & Intelligence Directorate Systems Engineering & Technical Assistance (SETA) Support program.

ACADEMIA & THINK TANKS

Case Western Reserve University received $8,444,287 for DARPA R&D (electronics & algorithms; electronics & packaging; human testing) technological developments, and functional investigations aiming to restore dexterous, intuitive motor function and cutaneous and proprioceptive sensory function after hand amputation.

The Center for Naval Analyses Corp. (CNA) received $104,700,857 for OPNAV (N81B), Assessment Division to provide Department of Navy (DON) with a source of applied research and analyses focused upon major present and future needs and issues of the USN/USMC. CNA will also maintain programs to assign professional staff members to various senior DON officials and to field locations.

Draper Lab received $25,250,261 for Controlled Technical Services (CTS) for NSWC Dahlgren. CTS develops miniaturized multi-chip processors and related technologies, while maintaining system functionality. This was not competitively procured [sole-source, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii)].

Draper Laboratory received $163,560,633 for Trident (D5) MK 6 guidance system production with failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement units, electronic assemblies, and electronic modules. This is a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & (4).

University of Delaware received $14,994,756 for a DARPA research project under the Tailorable Feedback and Forming (TFF) Program, which aims to manufacture small (less than 20 lbs.) composite parts at competitive costs using new composite materials and novel configurations.

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) received $84,538,427 for C4I and cyberspace technology research. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(3), FAR subpart 6.302-3.

Georgia Tech received $22,306,013 for work on design, development, modification, assessment, and testing of integrated electronics systems, sensors, weapon systems, communications and information infrastructure for Army Space & Missile Defense Command (SMDC), Huntsville, AL.

Georgia Tech received $134,000,000 for R&D, engineering; state of-the-art and proof-of-concept sensor systems; and basic and advanced technology R&D for MDA. One offer solicited, one received.

RAND Corp. received $231,300,000 to complete research studies and analyses to address air, space and cyber power requirements for USAF focusing on strategy and doctrine; force modernization and employment; manpower, personnel, and training; resource management and USAF-wide research integration. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Scitor Corp. received $7,400,000 for human identification research technology assessment at Research Triangle Park (RTP).

Utah State University received $49,000,000 for R&D to maintain essential engineering, research and development capability in: sensor development, image processing, and data analysis. This is a sole-source acquisition.

University of Washington received $29,371,134 for scientific and engineering support services for design-upgrade of AN/BQH-9(V) signal data recording set and tape processing system. This was procured on a sole-source basis, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35)

Lockheed Martin received $9,239,696 for JSF Windows 7 upgrade in test product stations for USAF ($4,619,848; 50%); USMC ($2,309,924; 25%); USN ($2,309,924; 25%).

Lockheed Martin received $18,510,667 to help develop Block 4 System Functional Review in support of F-35A/B/C for USAF ($7,401,532; 40%); USN ($3,700,539; 19.5%); USMC ($3,700,539; 19.5%); international partners ($3,708,057; 21%).

Lockheed Martin received $66,222,453 for design, development, fabrication, integration, delivery, installation, and testing of technical solution to enable full interoperability of Distributed Mission Training capability for F-35.

Lockheed Martin received $179,916,000 for advance procurement of long lead-time materials, parts, components, and effort to maintain the planned production schedule for LRIP Lot 11 F-35. This also increases aircraft # that LRIP 11 AAC supports for USAF by 15 F-35A variant and USMC by 10 F-35B variant.

Rockwell Collins received $9,949,996 for 14 visual display systems for F-35 Joint Simulation Environment Program.

RAPTOR (F-22)

Lockheed Martin received $16,700,000 to incorporate an unpriced change order for mitigation of the common integrated processor multi-chip modules diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages issue. Lockheed Martin received $14,751,859 for F-22 trainer sustainment. Lockheed Martin received $10,715,765 to relocate F-22 Avionics Integration Laboratory (AIL) Split Line to the Ogden Air Logistics Complex.

United Technologies received $61,270,737 for F119 engine sustainment.

OSPREY (V-22)

Bell-Boeing JPO received $151,274,907 for non-recurring engineering services to help develop capabilities (extended range, high frequency beyond line-of-sight radio and a public address system) for U.S. Navy variant of V-22 (CMV-22B) to perform the carrier on-board delivery mission.

POSEIDON (P-8)

Boeing received $9,062,408 for two A-Kits and two mechanisms in support of 16 full-rate production lot III P-8A.

Boeing received $9,335,027 for engineering services and supplies to update P-8A flight simulators.

Industrial Automation Inc. received $9,186,110 for P-8A support equipment to U.S. Navy (217 items at $5,392,463; 58.7%) & Australia (200 items at $3,793,647; 41.3%).

HELICOPTERS

Boeing received $896,929,889 for CH-47F multiyear production lot 14 (27 renew helicopters and 12 new-build helicopters).

Boeing received $184,930,000 for Apache full-rate production in Lot 7. One bid solicited, one received. Boeing received $37,793,822 to continue AH-64 Performance Based Logistics program.

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $8,984,736 for depot-level repair of control indicators for HH-60G. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $11,402,168 for eight AN/SRQ-4 [PDF] Common Data Link Hawklink systems in support of the MH-60R and Fire Scout programs.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $387,181,200 for 35 UH-60M helicopters.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $42,281,000 to add FY2017 advance procurement funding for planned procurement of 21 UH-60M and 15 HH-60M.

Textron (Bell) received $55,927,999 for long-lead parts and components to manufacture and deliver 24 Lot 14 AH-1Z. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Textron (Bell) received $461,142,760 to definitize manufacture/delivery of 12 Lot 13 UH-1Y, 16 Lot 13 AH-1Z, and 16 auxiliary fuel kits.

EAGLE, FALCON & HORNET

Boeing received $9,085,765 for two flight critical engineering change proposals that address fracture critical and maintenance critical areas in support of the F/A-18A-D service life extension program (Phase C2).

Boeing received $11,635,148 for radomes for F/A-18. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $8,495,844 for depot level repair support of F404 exhaust frames and commercial asset visibility reporting requirements.

Elbit Systems (EFW Inc.) received $24,996,015 for Heads-Up Tracking Systems components. One bid solicited, one received.

General Electric received $31,590,977 for 240 retrofit kit parts to modify the G3 generator converter units (GCU) to G4 GCUs; four G4 GCU test units; and four field service representatives in support of F/A-18.

Harris Corp. (Exelis Inc.) received $88,333,440 for 48 full-rate production lot 13 integrated defensive electronic countermeasures AN/ALQ-214(V)4/5 onboard jammer systems in support of U.S. Navy’s F/A-18C/D/EF.

AIR BATTLE MANAGEMENT

Northrop Grumman received $70,288,310 and Raytheon received $60,000,000 for radar risk reduction efforts intended for JSTARS Recapitalization program. These are sole-source acquisitions.

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

Solpac Construction Inc. received $18,522,000 for hangar renovations and additions at Naval Base Ventura County (includes additions for SCIF criteria in support Hawkeye requirements).

STRATEGIC AIRLIFT

Aero Components; Honeycomb Co. of America; and Top Flight Aerostructures each received $10,000,000 for various honeycomb panels for C-5.

Lockheed Martin received $1,527,352,469 to fully fund/subsume advance procurement funding for long-lead items associated with 28 fiscal 2016 C-130J.

Lockheed Martin received $106,000,000 for C-130J multi-year production: long lead efforts associated with 11 FY2017 C-130J configurations (two C-130J-30, three HC-130J, five MC-130J, one KC-130J).

Northrop Grumman received $37,956,852 for eight engine overhauls on KC-10.

Standard Aero Inc. received $43,232,559 to overhaul and repair T56-A-15 Series 3.0 engine compressor and turbine for LC-130H.

AERIAL REFUELING

Lockheed Martin received $16,948,420 to relocate existing USMC KC-130J Weapon System Trainer #3 (from MCAS Futenma, Okinawa, to MCAS Iwakuni).

Northrop Grumman received $44,708,069 for KC-10 contractor logistics support.

Rockwell Collins received $28,000,000 for C/KC-135 avionics sustaining engineering services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Ross Group Construction Corp. received $9,290,840 for a KC-46A formal training unit add-on alteration fuel system maintenance dock, Hanger 518, Altus AFB.

OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT

AAR Defense Systems & Logistics received $104,970,967 for contractor logistics support, including commercial depot support and site support for C-40A.

Boeing received $319,007,670 for C-32/C-40 contractor logistics support.

EFW Inc. received $24,996,015 for heads-up tracking systems components, various parts and quantities.

Gulfstream received $91,900,000 for one Gulfstream G-550 Green with Airborne Early Warning air vehicle modifications. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $25,350,325 for 325 AN/ARC-210 radios for domestic aircraft.

SAIC received $7,399,599 for field service representative support for aviation mission planning software.

Sierra Nevada received $24,608,390 for precision strike package maintenance on twelve AC-130W at Eglin and Hurlburt AFB. Sole-source acquisition.

Teledyne Instruments received $7,986,717 for radio frequency cables for USAF.

Textron (Beechcraft) received $32,387,988 for contractor logistics support, basic life support, tech refresh for modems, and scorpion ground stations.

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

Newbegin Enterprises Inc. received $15,000,000 for an Internet-based parts store, which will provide vehicle parts for deployed USAF vehicles.

Northrop Grumman received $39,831,599 for depot maintenance on 44 USN & USMC Reserve F-5N/F.

PAE Aviation & Technical Services received $7,042,148 for backshop maintenance on 37 aircraft (F-15, F-16, A-10, C-130, UN-1N) and engines in support of 96th Test Wing and 53rd Wing. This is a sole-source acquisition.

PRC-Desoto International Inc. received $26,000,000 for military jet sealing compound. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Rolls-Royce received $47,515,467 for roughly 37,015 flight hours of intermediate, depot-level maintenance, and related logistics for approximately 223 in-service T-45 F405-RR-401 Adour engines.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $35,408,531 for contractor logistics support (sustainment & engineering) on Air National Guard's fleet of eleven C-26 aircraft. This is a sole-source acquisition.

AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS

Boeing received $18,405,995 for DO-160G Tri-band radomes and mounting rings, and installation and integration on C-17A. One bid solicited, one received.

AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES

Armtec Countermeasures received $9,074,846 to replenish MJU-53/B infrared countermeasure flares.

Lockheed Martin received $10,608,799 for work associated with the multispectral electro-optic infrared (EO/IR) countermeasures for advanced threats function of the combined EO/IR surveillance and response system.

United States Technologies Inc. (UST) received $16,428,130 for hardware and services [one First Article Radio Frequency Module #1 MD-1360/ULQ-21(V); one First Article Radio Frequency Module #2 MD-1367/ULQ-21(V); 300 Production Radio Frequency Module #1 MD-1360/ULQ-21(V); 180 Radio Frequency Module #2 MD-1367/ULQ-21(V); teardown & evaluations; repairs; modifications; repair/materials; tech data in support of test, eval & training] in support of Airborne Threat Simulation programs for USAF.

AEGIS

Lockheed Martin received $10,700,569 for additional Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense 4.X ship installations.

Lockheed Martin received $41,459,691 for AEGIS Weapon System MK 7 ship set and associated special tooling/special test equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $197,578,594 for Aegis combat system engineering agent efforts for design through delivery of computer program baselines and technology insertion hardware design support for next advanced capability build.

SAIC received $7,796,002 for engineering support services in support of PEO for Integrated Warfare Systems 1.0 for AEGIS/AEGIS Fleet Readiness, 4.0 Foreign Military Sales, 7.0 Future Combat Systems, and 9.0 DDG 1000 for USN (94%); Japan (2%); Australia (1%); South Korea (1%); Spain (1%); Norway (0.5%); Egypt (0.1%); Poland (0.1%); Turkey (0.1%); Chile (0.1%); Italy (0.1%).

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)

Atlas North America LLC received $11,168,512 to provide ATLAS Seafox explosive and inert neutralizer rounds and AN/SLQ-60 Shipboard Mine Neutralization System, engineering services, and support. 60% work in Bremen, Germany. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii)(B).

Austal USA received $564,000,000 to build one FY2016 Independence-variant LCS 26.

Austal USA received $14,656,227 for post-delivery support of littoral combat ships USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10) and USS Omaha (LCS 12).

Austal USA received $13,974,187 for special studies, analyses and review efforts for the Littoral Combat Ship Program Office, PMS 501.

Computer Sciences Corp. received $10,198,964 for professional services in support of LCS Program Office, and the LCS Fleet Introduction and Sustainment Program Office.

General Dynamics received $24,843,074 for FY2015 & FY2016 production of five MK 46 Gun Weapon Systems (GWS) for LCS and two for San Antonio Class Landing Platform Dock (LPD 28).

Lockheed Martin received $564,000,000 for construction of one fiscal 2016 Freedom-variant LCS 25.

Lockheed Martin received $14,977,352 for engineering and management services for advance planning & design on USS Detroit (LCS-7) post shakedown availability.

Lockheed Martin received $11,130,902 for USS Sioux City (LCS 11) post delivery support.

Northrop Grumman received $8,413,214 for retrofit kits for Airborne Laser Mine Detection Systems in support of PEO Littoral Combat Ships.

Northrop Grumman received $11,474,244 to provide mission module production containers and support equipment that will deploy from and integrate with LCS, in support of the LCS mission modules. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii)(B).

SHIP MAINTENANCE

BAE Systems received $14,083,000 for USS Preble (DDG-88) selected restricted availability (SRA). Repair consists of 104 work items.

BAE Systems received $28,243,900 for USS Higgins (DDG 76) FY2016 SRA.

BAE Systems received $47,282,674 for USS Cowpens (CG 63) fiscal 2016 special SRA.

BAE Systems; Continental Maritime of San Diego; and General Dynamics received an undisclosed sum to provide complex emergent and continuous maintenance and Chief of Naval Operations availabilities on surface ships and San Diego, homeport ships, including surface combatants (DDG and CG) class ships and amphibious (LSD, LPD, LHA, and LHD) class ships.

CACI received $11,882,631 for continued professional support services in support of naval shipyards fleet maintenance and modernization workload requirements. This was not competitively procured, per 10.U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Coastal Marine Services and Thermcor Inc. received a shared $15,000,000 to provide hullboard lagging and insulation services onboard Navy ships and vessels within a 50-mile radius of San Diego.

General Dynamics received $156,596,386 for USS Essex (LHD-2) FY2016 phased maintenance availability (PMA), which includes the depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications.

General Dynamics received $29,911,907 for USS John Warner (SSN 785) post-delivery work period (PDWP).

Konecranes Nuclear Equipment & Services received $67,369,570 for four 25-ton portal cranes at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility.

SUBMARINES

BAE Systems received $7,857,528 for computer programming and engineering services for integration & installation; advanced operator control device, computer maintenance tool and AN/UYQ-70 technician peripheral support; and MK 92 engineering, technical and computer programming support for USN (60%), Japan (20%), and Australia (20%).

General Dynamics received $139,406,130 for additional lead yard services, development studies, and design efforts on Virginia Class subs (including technology insertion, throughout construction and post shakedown availability).

General Dynamics received $28,654,287 for concept design and hardware for the Sea Dragon development program.

General Dynamics received $14,962,807 for R Fixture rotisserie fixtures and missile tube transportation/storage fixtures in support of U.S./U.K. first article quad pack construction schedule for Ohio replacement program and U.K. Successor.

General Dynamics received $12,771,785 for onboard repair parts (to be loaded onto the Virginia class boat upon delivery).

General Dynamics received $10,501,342 for nitrogen and air flasks manufacture and shipset acquisition in support of Ohio replacement and U.K. Successor.

Lockheed Martin received $9,500,548 to procure five AN/BVY-1 Integrated Submarine Imaging Systems (ISIS) and associated spare parts.

Lockheed Martin received $10,848,978 for engineering and production of Acoustic Rapid Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Insertion (A-RCI) system.

Lockheed Martin received $21,052,229 for long lead material for two Virginia-class modernization systems & spares; one Seawolf-class production system & spares; two fleet ballistic missile sub system spares; and engineering development models in support of acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf technical insertion (A-RCI).

L-3 KEO received $12,038,714 for production of 16 Universal Modular Masts (UMM). 74% of work in Bologna, Italy.

Northrop Grumman received $25,624,032 to provide support for: technical engineering services; design & development engineering; component and full scale test/eval engineering; and tactical underwater launcher hardware production. This supports Common Missile Compartment (CMC) production. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) & (4).

OTHER NAVAL CONTRACTS

BAE Systems received $9,390,203 for system engineering documentation, repair support, and field engineering on Guided Missiles Launching System MK 13 and MK 26 missile launching systems. FMS to Taiwan (40%); Australia (20%); Poland (20%); Chile (10%); Egypt (5%); and Japan (5%).

BAE Systems received $38,226,066 for FY2016 MK 41 canister production (80 MK 14 MOD 2 canisters, 134 MK 14 MOD 1 upgrades, 4 MK 25 MOD 0 canisters, and 101 MK 21 MOD 3 canisters with associated coding plug assemblies, explosive bolts, and impulse cartridge assemblies) for U.S. Navy (97%), Thailand (3%).

BAE Systems received $75,320,272 for man-hours (up to 1,075,200) of technical and engineering services (system integration, installation testing & eval, logistics, repair & validation, training, lab maintenance, quality assurance) in support of NAWCAD Combat Integration & Identification Systems Division ($69,294,896; 92%), Australia ($564,533; 0.75%), Japan ($188,178; 0.25%), and Lockheed Martin (via commercial services agreement, $5,272,665; 7%).

Boeing received $13,381,495 for design agent and technical engineering services on AN/USQ-82(V) Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex Systems (GEDMS) for USN (91%); Australia (3%); South Korea (3%); Japan (3%).

Carahsoft Technology received $14,175,093 to renew existing VMware software maintenance and new VMware software licenses. This is supported by a brand name limited source justification, per FAR 8.405-6(b).

Coherent Technical Services Inc. received $49,508,038 for technical and engineering services in support of the NAWCAD Combat Integration & Identification Systems Division for U.S. Navy ($49,409,022; 99.8%); Japan ($24,754; .05%); South Korea ($24,754; .05%); Norway ($24,754; .05%); and Australia ($24,754; .05%).

DRS Laurel Technologies Inc. received $10,485,711 for AN/USQ-82(V) Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex System (GEDMS) program. DRS Laurel Technologies Inc. will provide GEDMS Shipsets, maintenance support kits, on-board repair parts, and installation and checkout replenishment kits for DDGs 67, 70, 72, and 76.

General Dynamics received $47,396,875 for services supporting NAWCAD Ship & Air Integrated Warfare Department. This was non-competitive [10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (1)].

General Dynamics received $12,868,497 for AN/USC-61(C) digital modular radios (DMR), initial sparing components, and associated supplies & services.

Honeywell received $38,941,344 for three configurations of ring laser gyros used in AN/WSN-7(V) navigation system. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $116,813,059 for long lead-time material and advance construction activities on LPD 28, Amphibious Transport Dock Ship class. This was procured non-competitively, per FAR subpart 6.302-1(a)(ii).

L-3 received $21,094,107 for service life extension program (SLEP) of three LCAC at Assault Craft Unit Five (ACU 5), Camp Pendleton. L-3 received $7,843,985 for SLEP of one LCAC at ACU 4, Virginia Beach, VA.

MLSUSA Corp. received $10,000,000 for husbanding support services (trash removal, potable water, tug boat assistance, wastewater removal) to U.S. vessels and units across USA’s East Coast. This is non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1 and 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

MTG Services Inc. received $38,689,255 for engineering and technical support services for U.S. NAVAIR Lakehurst, Support Equipment Engineering Division ($38,539,255; 99.8%); Kuwait ($75,000; 0.1%); and Malaysia ($75,000; 0.1%).

Raytheon received $20,896,246 for operations and maintenance services for the relocatable over-the-horizon radar system in support of U.S. Navy Forces Surveillance Support Center (FSSC), Chesapeake, VA.

Systems Application & Technologies Inc. received  $22,733,501 for maintenance and operations of aerial and seaborne target assets and associated equipment.

Textron received $174,012,150 to build LCAC 104 through 108 and their associated technical manuals under the Ship to Shore Connector (SSC).

Trabus Technologies Inc. received $7,419,653 for technical services in airborne communications & networking; engineering; technical & programmatic services for comms and networking systems; and associated certification & information assurance for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, San Diego, CA.

SPACE

Agile Defense Inc. received $7,376,489 for Network Control and Livelink/SharePoint support services at Los Angeles AFB.

Aleut O&M Services received $395,000,000 for Cape Canaveral launch operations and infrastructure support.

InDyne Inc. received $10,457,795 to extend infrastructure operations and maintenance services at Cape Canaveral AFS and several annexes.

Integrity Applications Inc. (PDS) received $17,915,769 for R&D on electro-optical space situational awareness systems, components and integration. Integrity Applications Inc. (PDS) then received $9,939,536 for R&D on electro-optical space situational awareness system technologies intended to advance satellite custody and characterization (imaging, detection, acquisition, and tracking).

Lockheed Martin received $93,400,000 for: Trident II Inertial Navigation Subsystem (INS) design; continued development of technology refresh efforts for Shipboard Systems Integration (SSI) Increment 8 and SSI Increment 13; delivery of eight INS, and various test plans & reports for INS, gyroscope, modeling & simulation efforts; hardware/software design and temporary alterations all required for subsequent validation of performance at-sea; integration of the Electrostatically Supported Gyro Navigator-Replacement into the navigation subsystem; initiation of production leading to SSI Increment 8 initial operational capability; and Multi-Star Enhanced Prelaunch tasks. Sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & (4).

Northrop Grumman received $18,899,927 for on-orbit operations and sustainment for the Space Tracking & Surveillance System.

Raytheon received $20,618,850 for GPS Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing Service (GPNTS).

Space Coast Launch Services received $11,040,671 for launch operations support to 45th Space Wing at Cape Canaveral AFS. Sole-source.

United Launch Services received $41,894,000 for GPS III-02/ Wideband Global Satellite Communications (WGS)-10 Mission Swap. ULS will provide a Delta IV (5,4) launch vehicle with required hardware modifications, replacements, etc. for WGS-10 Mission in place of the GPS III-02 Mission.

CYBER, IT, COMMS & CRYPTOGRAPHY

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. received $47,900,000 and SiCore Technologies Inc. received $47,900,000 for work on the Avionics Vulnerability Assessment, Mitigations, and Protections (AVAMP) program. Ball will try to identify susceptibilities and mitigate vulnerabilities in USAF weapon systems, and protect systems against cyber-attack.

Bowhead received $9,786,020 for IT support to Rock Island Arsenal network command.

CDW Government received $30,058,075 for 27,961 general-purpose laptops to support the Next Generation Enterprise Network Computer Refresh.

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