Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. Here are the contracts DOD issued to the war industry during April 2020.
FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) – Through FMS, the U.S. government procures and transfers industry goods and services to allied nations and international organizations.
Boeing $73,200,000 for ongoing long lead material supporting Harpoon missile production for Saudi Arabia ($63,135,788; 86%); Qatar ($7,274,491; 10%); Thailand ($1,763,513; 2%); S. Korea ($514,890; 1%); Brazil ($469,535; 1%); Japan ($41,782; 1%).
Boeing $68,060,000 for FMS (Qatar): F-15 maintenance and logistics support for aircraft and training devices conducting pre-delivery training.
Boeing $55,000,000 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): change the type of contract involving Stand-off Land Attack Missile – Expanded Response (SLAM-ER) Phase I obsolescence redesign. Also provides replacement of obsolete, nearly obsolete, or uneconomical parts to support production and improve future sustainment while meeting the requirements of the Navy SLAM-ER performance specification.
CFM International $13,582,486 for FMS (U.K.): one CFM56-7B27AE commercial-off-the-shelf engine. General Atomics $8,390,980 for FMS (U.K.): MQ-9 contractor logistics support launch and recovery element (LRE). General Dynamics $55,904,934 for FMS (U.K.): 18 missile tubes for submarines Columbia-class and U.K. Dreadnought.
FN America LLC and Colt’s Manufacturing Co. will compete for orders under an overall $383,311,941 to provide M16A4 rifles for FMS (Afghanistan, Grenada, Iraq, Lebanon, Nepal).
General Electric for F110-GE-129 engine production, including installs and spares and modernized engine management system computers. FMS ($353,637,499) to Slovakia, Bulgaria, Taiwan and Qatar.
Kratos $16,107,305 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): supporting all levels of Saudi Naval Forces training, logistical and advisory services in support of Naval Education & Training Security Assistance Field Activity.
Lockheed Martin $519,063,283 for FMS (Spain): international Aegis fire control loop development, Solid State S-Band Radar Processing Group, tools and test equipment, and spares for 5 new multi-mission frigates supporting the Aegis combat system (Baseline 9C.2).
Lockheed Martin $13,621,325 for FMS (Australia and Denmark): non-recurring engineering efforts to include investigations, systems engineering support, risk analysis, integration development, weight impact, publication updates, maintenance, training, tooling updates, and qualification testing in support of the MH-60R aircraft.
Lockheed Martin for program management, nonrecurring engineering, recurring engineering, site support and touch labor in support of modification and retrofit activities for delivered F-35 aircraft air systems for FMS ($13,087,196).
Lockheed Martin for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) production. FMS ($50,724,899) of 40 missiles.
Lockheed Martin $512,004,418 for FMS (Bulgaria): eight F-16 Block 70 aircraft.
Lockheed Martin $17,608,181 for FMS (U.K.): engineering, technical support services, and deliverable materials for the U.K. Fleet Ballistic Missile Program. U.K. resident technical support, operational support hardware and consumable spares will also be provided.
Raytheon for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile program obsolescence. Provides for a life of type procurement of known obsolete components in support of production and sustainment through the program of record. Unclassified FMS ($6,044,666) to Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Poland, Qatar, Romania, and Spain.
United Technologies Corp. max. $7,377,840 for FMS (Egypt, Taiwan): F100/220 aircraft control units.
UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT
AeroVironment $75,930,901 for the Switchblade.
Boeing $84,681,147 for three MQ-25 aerial refueling drone’s System Demonstration Test Articles.
Boeing $7,187,794 for field service representatives and instructors to provide technical services, training, and program management re ScanEagle in Afghanistan.
General Atomics $10,493,954 for engineering and technical services and participation in engineering investigations for software modifications to the Army UAS. General Atomics $9,943,746 for continuation effort for MQ-1C Gray Eagle drone.
Doyon Project Services $20,999,877 for the Undersea Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, WA. Facility will include information systems, infrastructure for built-in cranes and fire protection systems, parts storage, explosive service lockers, maintenance areas and personnel support spaces.
Hydroid $39,414,560 IDIQ for production support of MK-18 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle systems.
AECOM $58,250,000 to retrofit the State University of NY Old Westbury campus into an alternate care facility. Haughland Energy Group $15,000,000 for work on an alternate care facility, White Plains, NY. Haugland Energy Group $12,950,000 for alternative care facilities in White Plains, NY. New York Convention Center Operating Corp. $15,250,000 to retrofit space in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center into an alternate care facility, New York, NY. Parsons $40,000,000 for alternate care facilities in the Bronx, NY. Turner Construction $35,000,000 for NY state alternative care facilities in Stony Brook, NY. Turner Construction $50,500,000 for work on an alternate care facility in Stony Brook, NY. Turner Construction $19,500,000 for NY State alternative care facilities in Stony Brook.
Aurora Industries of Camuy, Puerto Rico $86,365,000 for face masks for Army, Navy, Air Force and USMC.
BTF Solutions, General Dynamics, V W International Inc., Walsh Healthcare Logistics, Martek Global Services Inc., Red Cedar Corp., Strategic Initial Outfitting Transition $5,000,000,000 in support of the presidential national emergency declaration concerning the novel coronavirus disease. Valiant Government Services, Acepex Management Corp, Emcor, Electronic Metrology Laboratory, Facility Services Management Inc., J & J Maintenance Inc., Johnson Controls Building Automation Systems, Quality Services International, Sodexo Management, V W International $586,000,000 in support of the presidential national emergency declaration concerning the novel coronavirus.
Bulley & Andrews $8,998,200 to convert a closed hospital into an acute alternate care facility in Melrose Park, IL.
Cepheid $32,788,420 for up to 137 Cepheid GeneXpert instruments, 105 GeneXpert 16s instruments, and up to 472,000 emergency-use-only assays to detect coronavirus in human clinical samples. Cepheid $12,075,000 for swabs and test kits to support COVID-19. Cepheid $9,933,000 for up to 333,000 COVID-19 assays. Gen-Probe $12,600,000 for COVID-19 testing kits. Golden Max LLC $37,065,080 for infusion pump kits for the COVID-19 effort.
Cutting Edge Group $9,733,325 to convert East Orange Hospital into an alternate care facility in East Orange, NJ.
Gilbane Federal $11,000,000 to retrofit space into an alternate care facility in Novi, MI.
Gilbane Federal $10,000,000 for conversion of WI State Fair Park and Exposition Center into an alternate care facility, West Allis, WI.
G7 Services Inc. for emergency cleaning services re COVID-19 at Wright Patterson AFB (WPAFB), OH.
Hensel Phelps Construction $18,600,000 for an alternate care facility, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, D.C.
The Robins & Morton Group $22,500,000 to retrofit space into an alternate care facility in Miami Beach, FL.
10 firms including AECOM $10,000,000,000 for construction, design and alteration of existing public facilities into temporary alternate care facilities.
BFBC LLC $569,000,000 for 17.17 miles of border wall design-build construction in San Diego and El Centro, CA.
Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. $7,633,085 for approximately 800 linear feet of 30-foot bollard barrier, roads, drainage improvements, lighting, closed-circuit TV, Type A fiber optic cable and Type B fiber optic cable. Work in Yuma, AZ.
Straub Construction Inc. $47,997,698 for a border patrol station in Dulzura, CA.
SLSCO Ltd. $61,427,312 for barrier wall construction in the El Paso Sector. “Work in Santa Teresa, ND.” I assume the DOD clerk meant to type “NM,” as in New Mexico. USACE did not respond when asked.
RECRUITMENT & RETENTION – The Pentagon spends hundreds of millions of dollars each year to convince the public to fight in elective wars.
Chenega Tri Services $15,745,291 to supplement government physicians at military entrance processing stations.
Noble Supply & Logistics max. $36,000,000 IDIQ for facility maintenance, repair, and operations supplies and related incidental services via DLA Troop Support Europe and Africa, Kaiserslautern, Germany.
American International Contractors Inc. $79,811,320 for aircraft pavement apron space, taxiways, a marshalling yard facility, and additional supporting facilities and utilities in Azraq, Jordan.
II Corps Consultants Inc. $68,650,500 for the Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning program. The Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning “ensures Marines deploy with an operational understanding of the local military and partner cultures and regional dynamics relevant to the mission, with select Marines being language-enabled, in order to facilitate mission success.” Work in Fredericksburg, VA (50%); Bahrain (25%); Afghanistan (25%).
MVL USA $75,000,000 for sustainment, restoration, and modernization projects at various installations in Kuwait.
Boeing $18,186,000 for MH-47G long lead components and parts. Sierra Nevada Corp. $88,000,000 for the Degraded Visual Environment Pilotage System. United States Marine Inc. $108,000,000 to produce Combatant Craft Assault.
JOINT SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND (JSOC)
Technology Service Corp. $14,000,000 for the Long Endurance Aircraft (LEA) program. Provides aircraft, turrets and spares required for a full multi-intelligence capability at JSOC. This is the first contract I can recall where JSOC is mentioned.
AECOM $35,330,861 for contractor support services, providing support equipment maintenance repair and overhaul for 14 Fleet Readiness Center sites. 1% of work overseas in Comalapa, El Salvador.
Leidos $13,428,125 for a team of experts to provide translation, transcription and interpretation services to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor, Naval Station Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)
Bright Ceramic Technologies $9,979,634 for a DARPA research project.
Galois Inc. $12,752,707 for a research project under the Securing Information for Encrypted Verification and Evaluation (SIEVE) program. SIEVE program will “use zero knowledge proofs to enable the verification of capabilities” relevant to DOD “without revealing the sensitive details associated with those capabilities.” Stealth Software Technologies $8,539,791 for a research project under SIEVE.
CORPORATE CAPTURE OF U.S. INTELLIGENCE / ESPIONAGE
Lockheed Martin $29,485,050 to provide systems engineering, software design/development, integration, testing, installation, training, management support and system documentation for continued modernization of the Office of Naval Intelligence Measurement & Signature Intelligence Enterprise for Global Acoustic Intelligence system.
Redhorse Corp. $9,385,703 to support coordination of department-wide efforts advising senior leaders regarding national programs & policy support (NPPS) under the direct guidance of the director of NPPS. “This includes advising senior leaders regarding global intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) operations and/or resulting in the rapid production of ISR capability from concept initiation to specialized modification to deployment into the operational theater.” Work will take place at the Pentagon.
Yorktown Systems Group $20,383,541 for operations support services including conducting and providing predictive modeling and trend analyses concerning global asymmetric threats. Work at Fort Meade, MD.
Dataminr Inc. $258,661,096 for a commercially available license subscription that can “leverage a variety of publicly available information sources, evaluate content to detect emerging events as they are developing and push alerts to users based on user-defined areas and topics of interest.” Must be “capable of distributing alerts in near real-time via email, web-based application and mobile platforms… [M]ust be available commercially… and able to scale to a DOD enterprise capability and keep pace with developments and standards within the commercial industry sector.”
ACADEMIA – U.S. academia is part of the U.S. war industry. Faculty and staff often justify this flagrant ethical compromise by claiming that the funding is too good to turn down and that they, the academics, are ultimately not the ones determining when, where, or how to use the weaponry being developed.
Carnegie Mellon University $70,000,000 for R&D of an artificial intelligence innovation framework.
University of Dayton Research Institute $25,000,000 IDIQ for R&D of emerging fuze technologies and Energetic Materials for Munitions effort at Eglin AFB, FL. Overall goal is to develop, demonstrate, and transition technologies with applications in fuzes for air-delivered weapons.
Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) $50,000,000 IDIQ for Navy Manufacturing Technology Electro Optics Center of Excellence. Operation & management of the Center to “develop naval platform-related manufacturing technologies and transition the technology for implementation in U.S. electro optics and other industrial facilities.”
AT&T $12,300,000 for year four of the Northstar Long-Haul Telecommunications Network and associated transmission circuits for an ultra-high frequency/line of sight communications system network. Work geographically dispersed across the continental U.S.
Boyer Commercial Construction $8,686,240 for national cemetery expansion at Fort Jackson, SC.
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) – It is an understatement to call the F-35 a boondoggle. The Manhattan Project cost about $2 billion in 1945 dollars (roughly $28.4 billion in 2019 dollars). The F-35 burns through that kind of money every 3-4 years or so.
BAE Systems $77,473,416 to procure 1,464 radio frequency countermeasures as well as the maintenance and repair of multi-function test stations in support of the F-35 aircraft for DOD and FMS.
Lockheed Martin $14,883,723 for depot component repair capability for the F-35 hydraulic power generation system and land gear under low rate initial production Lot 11.
Lockheed Martin $8,920,848 to procure the tooling needed to meet both production and retrofit demands of the Technical Refresh 3 (TR3) avionics system for U.S. Air Force ($5,080,732; 57%); USMC ($1,477,775; 17%); Navy ($774,073; 9%); non-DOD ($1,588,268; 18%). “Non-DOD international partners” are distinct from FMS. The former are purchased by the U.S. government, while the latter are purchased by the U.S. government (which is then reimbursed by foreign gov upon receipt of the good or service).
Lockheed Martin $129,189,887 for kits required for modification and retrofit activities of delivered F-35 aircraft for Air Force ($107,814,159; 83%); non-DOD participants ($21,375,728; 17%). Lockheed Martin for program management, nonrecurring engineering, recurring engineering, site support and touch labor in support of modification and retrofit activities for delivered F-35 aircraft air systems for U.S. Air Force ($33,909,821; 37.9%); USMC (16,993,891; 18.9%); the Navy ($6,823,127; 7.7%); non-DOD ($18,707,572; 20.9%). In an accountable war industry, the war corporation would be required to produce a functioning aircraft before DOD sunk billions of dollars into it. In the U.S. war industry, war corporations get billions without having to produce a competent aircraft.
United Technologies Corp. (UTC has merged with Raytheon to produce Raytheon Technologies) $111,131,635 for 4 Prat & Whitney F135-PW-600 propulsion systems to be installed in F-35B aircraft.
Bell Boeing JPO $8,126,000 for non-recurring baseline performance rig test efforts in support of the Improved Inlet Solution/Engine Air Particle Separator preliminary design on MV-22 and CV-22 aircraft.
Boeing $11,083,286 for F-15C and F-15E Mission Training Centers (MTC) services on contractor furnished, high-fidelity simulation equipment. Train pilots and weapons system operators for F-15 (C and E) aircraft at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC; Mountain Home AFB, ID; Langley AFB, VA; Kadena AB, Japan; and Air Force, Lakenheath, England.
General Electric $353,637,000 for F110-GE-129 engine production, including installs and spares and modernized engine management system computers.
Boeing $14,578,235 for 85 additional primary bleed air regulator parts kits and 439 new valves in support of F/A-18 jets (Series E/F/G) and their modifications.
Boeing $75,141,193 IDIQ to support F/A-18E/F aircraft Service Life Assessment Program and Service Life Extension Program, Phase C follow-on effort. Also provides non-recurring engineering “to assess the fatigue life of the aircraft” as well as its subsystems and structures to extend the service life of F/A-18E/F beyond 6,000 flight hour service life.
General Electric $51,520,476 for eight General Electric F414-400 spare engines, 11 afterburner modules, and 12 low pressure turbine modules for F/A-18 aircraft.
Raytheon $10,081,390 to repair the ALE-50 towed decoy system used on F/A-18 aircraft. Work in Forest, MS.
HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME
General Electric $72,479,880 to procure 140 generator converter units (GCU) G3 to G4 conversion kits, 260 G4 GCUs and 140 wiring harnesses for F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G Growler warfare aircraft electrical systems.
Boeing $9,669,789 for engineering, manufacturing and development support to integrate BRR3.1 software to the Next Generation Jammer on Boeing EA-18G, resulting in BRR3.1 software initial operating capability.
Northrop Grumman $404,000,638 for non-recurring engineering and software support activities as well as product support for the E-2D full rate production (FRP). In addition, this modification procures two E-2D AHE aircraft, one each in FRP Lots 8 and 9. Overseas work in Aire-sur-l’Adour, France (3% of total).
POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE
Northrop Grumman max. $12,671,415 for selector antenna in support of the P-8 aircraft program. Customers are U.S. Navy, Australia, S. Korea, Norway, New Zealand, U.K.
General Electric max. $138,237,708 for supplies related to the TF-34 engine for U.S. Air Force.
AAR Manufacturing $39,629,731 for 463L cargo pallets (production and repair of 20,000 new production units and 10,580 units for repairs) for the Support Equipment and Vehicles Division, Robins AFB, GA.
Cottonwood Inc. max. $8,428,000 for aircraft cargo tie down straps.
United Technologies Corp. max. $17,507,200 for performance‐based support of C-130 heat stacks.
Chromalloy $461,562,336 IDIQ to remanufacture F108 Module 13/15 low pressure turbine assembly.
MILITARY RESEARCH LABS
BAE Systems $12,570,511 for the Next Generation Waveform Prototype Development Program, an effort to develop and demonstrate a directional networking waveform for U.S. Navy networking.
Goodrich $19,903,003 for the MS-177A Naval Maritime Experiment Program, building and delivering a sensor system in support of fleet and science & technology experimentation goals.
Sierra Nevada Corp. $8,161,843 for an Intent-Defined Adaptive Software (IDAS) Prototype. Provides for a software engineering performance baseline for measuring IDAS improvement over the current software by attempting challenges with existing tools and techniques and measuring the learning curve required for traditional developers to adopt emerging IDAS capabilities.
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND
Fred L. Hawkins Co., M2 Enterprises LLC, H&L Environmental Services LLC will compete for $9,999,999 for maintenance support services at Aberdeen Test Center Range.
General Electric $9,696,091 for non-recurring engineering for the phase two assembly planning effort for the re-start of T-64 engine core production for the H-53E Engine Reliability Improvement Program.
Martin Baker $25,517,707 for incorporation of new side-facing multi-function operator seats and retrofit modification kits for Lockheed Martin UH-60M helicopter.
Sherwood Aviation $18,636,740 for overhaul/repair of CH-47 gas turbine engines.
GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
Akima Logistics Services $385,000,000 IDIQ for C-21 aircraft contractor logistics support services: program management, aircraft base & depot maintenance, engine maintenance, modifications and “modification support,” and deployment support. Work at Scott AFB, IL; JB Andrews, MD; Ramstein AB, Germany; and other locations “as the mission requires.”
Associated Aircraft Manufacturing & Sales $8,439,750 for landing gear maintenance and overhaul.
Eaton Aeroquip LLC max. $39,073,093 for hoses, hose assemblies, couplings and valve spare parts.
Over 30 firms $6,106,000,000 IDIQ for kits, aircraft recovery, augmentation, components and engines (KRACEn) maintenance services and support. Work includes modification kit build and installations; recovery of downed aircraft; repair of aircraft and components; overhaul of engines; and augmentation labor supplement.
INDUSTRIAL BASE – GENERAL
Aviation Training Consulting $7,281,483 for B-52 training system contractor logistics support and training system support center sustainment at Barksdale AFB, LA; and Minot AFB, ND.
BAE Systems $17,381,169 for necessary hardware, technical engineering, management and logistics support to fabricate, assemble, test and deliver three T-1622/ALE-55(V) fiber optic towed decoys for a “FMS customer” and 102 electronic frequency converters for U.S. Navy.
Robertson Fuel Systems max. $38,784,713 for aircraft fuel tanks.
Lockheed Martin $10,599,984 for Aegis Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA) efforts. The Aegis CSEA develops, integrates, tests and delivers computer program baseline Advanced Capability Builds (ACBs) 20 and supports technology insertions (TIs) (a replacement and/or upgrade of combat system computing hardware and associated middleware/firmware). Work to be performed includes the development and design of engineering and logistics products as well as training to support ship integration, developmental test/operational test events and field technical support will be provided. The systems’ engineering, development and integration work under this begins with ACB 16 and TI 16 and continues with a future ACB/TI through the period of performance of the contract.
LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)
Advanced Acoustic Concepts $12,307,858 to build, deliver, and install 3 mission package computing equipment (MPCE) kits, one mission package portable control station, and one common mission package trainer for use with the LCS mission modules. Also assist Navy in the development of a new MPCE baseline.
BAE Systems, Vigor Marine, General Dynamics, Marine Group Boat Works, Pacific Ship Repair & Fabrication, East Coast Repair & Fabrication $550,000,000 (increase to $800,000,000) to support LCS sustainment / maintenance.
Huntington Ingalls Industries $107,976,103 for planning yard services for in-service LCS.
Lockheed Martin $13,034,943 for engineering and management services for LCS-19 Post Shakedown Availability.
LANDING CRAFT, AIR CUSHION (LCAC)
Textron $7,261,214 for landing craft, air cushion special studies, analysis and reviews under the Ship-to-Shore Connector (SSC) program. The SSC program is the functional replacement for the existing fleet of Landing Craft, Air Cushion vehicles, which are nearing the end of their 30-year service life. SSC provides increased performance to handle current and future missions, as well as improvements which will increase craft availability and reduce total ownership cost.
Textron $386,280,994 for construction LCAC, craft 109 through 123.
LANDING HELICOPTER ASSAULT (LHA)
General Dynamics $14,639,657 for post-shakedown availability-related efforts in support of LHA 7.
Huntington Ingalls Industries $187,469,732 for long lead time material and associated engineering and design activities in support of one Amphibious Assault Ship Replacement (LHA(R)) Flight 1 Ship and LHA 9.
ARLEIGH BURKE-CLASS DESTROYERS (DDG)
Huntington Ingalls $10,100,000 for program management, advanced planning, engineering, design, material procurement/kitting, liaison, scheduling, participation in planning conferences and design reviews in support of the post shakedown availability for DDG-119 guided missile destroyers.
Huntington Ingalls $23,374,575 for follow yard class services (FYS) for the DDG-51 (guided missile destroyer) class.
Lockheed Martin $13,227,000 for design, prototyping, and qualification testing for the TI-20 AN/BLQ-10.
Mikel Inc. $41,033,672 for services and other direct costs associated with system and beacon integration, required system changes and the support of government-led testing and training—to achieve the requested delivery of Submarine Acoustic Navigation System (SANS) beacons to meet government specifications.
SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE
Doyon Project Services $30,831,632 to repair Shipyard Electrical Backbone Substation A, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, WA.
Huntington Ingalls Industries $7,142,318 for post-delivery availability (PDA) work items for DDG-121.
Rolls Royce $70,268,000 IDIQ for services relating to maintenance & repair of controllable pitch propeller (CPP) hubs and oil distribution boxes (OD Boxes) onboard a variety of U.S. Navy vessels. Rolls Royce Marine North America is the original designer, developer and sole manufacturer of the items covered in this requirement.
Vigor Marine $20,880,790 for an 87-calendar day shipyard availability for overhaul dry-docking availability of USNS Guadalupe (T-AO 200).
7 firms $116,640,563 IDIQ for the non-complex emergent and continuous maintenance of surface combatant ships (guided missile destroyer and guided missile cruiser); amphibious ships (dock landing ship, landing platform/dock, landing helicopter assault and landing helicopter dock) homeported in or visiting San Diego, CA.
Cubic $8,880,166 for model AN/USQ-167(V) Communications Data Link System (CDLS) for production of five CDLS Tech Refresh (TR) Integrated Antenna Systems (IAS) for Nimitz class aircraft carrier.
Leonardo DRS $62,556,567 for consoles, displays, and peripherals Technology Insertion 16, Modification 1 production equipment, to support future surface ship combat systems for U.S. Navy (93%); Australia (6%); Spain (1%).
Lockheed Martin $167,470,014, for 48 long range anti-ship missiles and tooling and test equipment.
Lockheed Martin $41,946,591 for engineering services on AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare Systems for U.S. Navy (54%), Japan (46%). Lockheed Martin $33,806,558 for Navy equipment, production support, engineering services and required materials.
Lockheed Martin $147,639,775 for procurement of MK 41 Vertical Launching System vertical launcher module electronic components for U.S. Navy (65%), South Korea, Finland, Germany (35%).
RAMSYS GmbH (Ottobrunn) €12,050,682 and $66,178 for the Block 1A Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) Guided Missile Round Packs (GRMPs) recertification.
Raytheon $13,718,000 in support Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) Design Agent, in-service support and technical engineering support services for U.S. Navy (78%); other country funds (21%); Thailand, Japan, UAE (1% combined)
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)
Air New Zealand Gas Turbines (ANZGT) of Auckland and MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH of Ludwigsfelde, Germany $70,000,000 to overhaul some LM2500 single shank turbine gas generators.
DCS Corp. $7,584,179 for continued support & redesign of weapon and stores planning from version 4.1 to 5.0 (the beginning of the initial transition to micro-services architecture w/in Next Generation Naval Mission Planning).
Huntington Ingalls Industries $1,508,730,501 to design & build Landing Platform Dock class 31 and the LPD 17 Flight II ship. LPD-31 is “the 15th ship in the LPD-17 amphibious transport dock ship class and will meet all the capability and capacity requirements for the amphibious ship replacement.”
Lockheed Martin $7,730,297 for Navy equipment, long-lead material and spares.
Marinette Marine Corp. $795,116,483 (all options expected to cost $5,576,105,441) for design & construction of FFG(X) class of guided-missile frigates.
Swiftships $50,144,904 for construction of four Landing Craft Utility transportation boats (1703 through 1706).
Timken Gears & Services $76,187,806 for main reduction gear shipsets for DDG-51 (Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers). “The DDG 51-class guided-missile destroyer is a multi-mission surface combatant with 67 delivered ships, and 21 more are currently under contract.”
ASR International, The McHenry Management Group, EHS Technologies, NDI Engineering, Advanced Internet Marketing, Transtecs Corp. each awarded $26 million – $34 million (approximately) task orders for integrated logistics services to support logistics functional areas for planning, implementation and management of hull, mechanical and electrical new acquisition/construction systems for Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division.
NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)
American Electronic Warfare Associates (AMEWAS), BAE Systems, DCS Corp., Northrop Grumman, Perspecta Engineering Inc., Raytheon, Gnostech, Long Wave Inc., Monterey Technologies Inc., SOLUTE Inc., Tyonek Engineering & Agile Manufacturing LLC, Young’s Engineering Services LLC and KIHOMAC Inc. JV $497,500,000 IDIQ for Strike Planning and Execution Systems hardware and software development and sustainment. Includes development, integration, test and evaluation, deployment/delivery, modifications and operations/sustainment of hardware and software products supporting both domestic and FMS. In addition, this provides feasibility studies, hardware and software design, analyses, technical/programmatic documentation, hardware and software development/fabrication, hardware and software code delivery/deployment, engineering change proposals to existing products, training documentation and products, help desk support hardware and software correction of deficiencies and operations and sustainment products.
Raytheon $9,224,337 for a Digital Focal Plane Array prototype for U.S. Navy and Air Force.
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)
Avian LLC $13,342,932 to provide support for NAWCAD’s Integrated System Evaluation Experimentation and Test Department. Work (in Patuxent River, MD) includes flight test engineering, programmatic, admin, design, execution, analysis, evaluation and reporting of tests and experiments of aircraft, drones, weapons and weapons systems.
Physical Optics Corp. $17,783,583 for non-recurring engineering for the production, test, integration, and delivery of T-45 Head-Up Display (HUD) and associated internal software. Also provides airworthiness substantiation and supports the joint software support activity lab and government flight test demonstration for the HUD.
27 corporations (including BAE Systems, Boeing, Elbit of Apartheid Israel, General Dynamics, Honeywell, L3Harris, Raytheon Technologies, SAIC, Sierra Nevada Corp.) $7,143,500,000 IDIQ contracts in support of NAWCAD. Contracts are for three distinct lots: Lot I full rate production of mission system avionics; Lot II full rate production of other aircraft components, production, and installation of modification kits; Lot III full rate production of other aircraft components, production and installation of modification kits.
NAVAL INFORMATION WARFARE CENTER PACIFIC (NAVWAR)
Hi-Q Engineering $17,315,857 IDIQ for engineering, test and evaluation, logistics and technical services for fixed very low frequency/low frequency broadcast transmitter stations.
CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & THE CLOUD
Affigent LLC $12,581,433 for Oracle Java subscription software maintenance in support of the Army Enterprise.
Booz Allen Hamilton $84,046,650 to provide technical and program support for Naval Information Forces Command, Command Information Office directorate in Suffolk, VA. Includes strategic planning and program management support; information environment readiness support; information warfare enterprise support; information technology service management support; cybersecurity and information assurance support; and IT portfolio management support for the Naval Networking Environment strategy.
Carahsoft $4,183,518 to deliver BlackBerry software licenses and renewals, software maintenance support and professional consulting services of the BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager (UEM).
IBM $23,569,218 for supporting a logistics data analysis center. IBM $18,825,414 for IT services and support on behalf of the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems. Work in Radford, VA.
ECS Federal $83,099,372 to create combined artificial intelligence-platform “prototypes enhance.”
General Dynamics max. $400,000,000 IDIQ for production of spare parts for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment system for U.S. Army.
SATELLITES & SPACE SUPPORT
Honeywell $20,000,000 for engineering, manufacturing and development of the Embedded GPS/Inertial Navigation System Modernization (EGI-M).
LinQuest Corp. $14,287,826 for non-personal services to accomplish the necessary functions to continue development of U.S. Space Command. Work in Peterson AFB, Schriever AFB, CO. Monkton Inc. $500,000,000 for commercialization of mobile strategy for Space Force. Provides for the technology and support necessary to enable the DOD to rapidly design, develop and deploy mission enabling solutions to uniformed active duty members, reservist and civil servants “that operate at the tactical edge.”
L3Harris $9,356,200 for Wide Field of View testbed Wide-Area Six-Degree Payload pre-launch and post-launch services. L3Harris $27,363,117 for sustainment & support of fielded modernization of enterprise terminals and AN/GSC-52 medium satellite communications terminal modernization programs. L3Harris max. $49,999,995 IDIQ for production of spare parts for AN/TSC-156D Tactical Super High Frequency Satellite Terminal (Phoenix).
MCR Federal LLC $24,997,206; Tecolote Research Inc. $24,980,243 to deliver software development and IT operations environment to support Space Command & Control division under Cross Mission and Ground Communications Enterprise Corps.
Raytheon $7,369,100 for Air Operations Center weapon system (AOCWS) modification & sustainment. Program management, integration, test, systems engineering, training and other related modification activities.
MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) – After intense lobbying by the U.S. war industry, the D.C. regime pulled out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002. This paved the way for the establishment of the Missile Defense Agency, and allowed the U.S. war industry to develop, market, and sell “ballistic missile defense” weaponry. This weaponry is one of the most lucrative sectors of the U.S. war industry.
Lockheed Martin max. $618,000,000 IDIQ for THAAD product support, which includes logistics performance requirements; maintenance; supply; training and training support; packaging, handling, storage and transportation; forward stationing for theater support; logistics information capabilities; product assurance; safety; missile support; security; and engineering services. First task order – $10,363,415 – is for battery support.
BALLISTIC MISSILES / NUCLEAR WEAPONRY
MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES
BAE Systems $8,118,623 to design a flashing furnace type treatment technology, including the necessary air-pollution control systems and support building(s) for the purpose of thermal treatment of appropriate waste streams. BAE Systems runs the Holston Army Ammunition Plant in Kingsport, TN.
Lockheed Martin $6,068,344,959 for incidental services, hardware, facilities, equipment and all technical, planning, management, manufacturing and testing efforts to produce PAC-3 missiles, missile segment enhancement configuration and associated ground support equipment and spares.
Lockheed Martin $88,988,000 IDIQ for management and maintenance of the Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control System software product baseline, required system and software documentation for U.S. Navy and the U.K. Raytheon $30,302,784 to procure 32 Tomahawk Mid-Body Range Safety Subsystems and 32 Flight Test Kits.
Lockheed Martin $7,020,441 to support the Hellfire missile and Joint Air-to-Ground Missile programs.
L3 $64,971,714 for 169,738 Option V M734A1 multi-option fuzes for mortars; 164,201 Option V M783 point detonating/delay fuzes; and for non-recurring engineering costs.
Northrop Grumman (credited as Alliant Techsystems Operations) $32,167,259 for Precision Guidance Kit M1156.
Raytheon $9,554,000 for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile program obsolescence. Procures known obsolete components in support of production and sustainment through the program of record.
Reyes Construction Inc. $99,790,600 for design and construction of 25 new missile magazines and an inert storage facility at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA.
Raytheon $32,780,869 for Simmonds Precision Product and multicut material and labor for parts used in a StormBreaker All Up Round (AUR).
Seiler Instrument & Manufacturing Co. max. $8,465,640 IDIQ for M119A1 light towed howitzer infinity collimators. A collimator is like a telescope.
Amentum $12,000,000 for Army prepositioned stock logistics support services in support of maintenance, supply and transportation at Mannheim and Dulmen, Germany.
BAE Systems $14,069,872 for engineering and manufacturing development portion of the armored multi-purpose vehicle. C.E. Niehoff & Co. max. $57,861,999 IDIQ for generator engines. Contitech USA max. $107,286,124 for T-158 LL track shoe assembly. Contitech USA max. $26,091,643 for the T-107 track shoe, vehicular. Elbit Fort Worth (an Apartheid Israel corporation) max. $79,054,850 for hand stations, gunner hand stations and circuit cards for the Bradley fighting vehicle. General Dynamics $19,100,140 to procure 120mm M865A1 cartridges, tank training ammunition. Oshkosh Defense $57,989,530 for engines with containers. TAE Aerospace $25,000,000 to overhaul electro-mechanical fuel system assemblies & oil pump assemblies for AGT 1500 M1 tanks. Trimble Inc. $11,935,572 to upgrade 650 government host vehicles. Wisconsin Ordnance Works max. $13,493,781 for sprocket wheels.
ACE Electronics Defense Systems for Army installation kits to be delivered to Red River Army Depot. The ceiling is approximately $205,998,367, with the minimum guarantee is $2,000,000. The total value of delivery order 0001 is $16,898,782.
SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)
Capco LLC $33,600,571 for 40 mm M320 and 40 mm M320A1 grenade launchers. IMT Defense Corp. $99,039,742 for smoke projectile bodies. Trijicon Inc. $41,218,080 IDIQ to remanufacture Rifle Combat Optics.
GEAR & EQUIPMENT
Honeywell max. $11,000,000 IDIQ for purchase and repair of 1 spare part supporting AN/TPQ-50 Counterfire Target Acquisition Radar System.
L3Harris $17,135,000 for illuminator infrared parts. On 15 May, this deal was amended to be worth $7,450,000, not $17,135,000.
Travis Association for the Blind $12,483,935 to support repairing, cleaning, warehousing and distribution of organizational clothing and individual equipment.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Aleut Logistics Services $7,757,682 for U.S. Air Force Academy cadet support services: admin support for all direct mission events, athletics department support, cadet wing support & dean of faculty support for all cadet services.
Huntington Ingalls Industries $64,076,424 for Air National Guard operational training support. Support of the Distributed Training Operations Center (DTOC). Primary mission of DTOC is to provide expertise and staffing for the execution of Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) events and tests, and to provide technical and analytical expertise in support of networked operations. Effort includes technical and program management, scenario development, DMO mission execution, data collection, data reduction and analysis, technical and analytical support of networked operations, cybersecurity, test planning and reporting, requirements definition, system engineering, system software quality assurance/configuration control tasks and verification, validation and accreditation tasks.
Meggitt $9,000,000 for delivery of live fire target system parts to Fort McCoy, WI.
17 firms up to $783,000,000 for worldwide acquisition, upgrade, sustainment of integrated base defense security systems.
UTILITIES – Privatizing utilities is never a good idea. It prioritizes profit over the health and wellbeing of the people. Additionally, water is a human right; corporate greed should be nowhere near it.
American Water Operations & Maintenance $12,581,850 for operations, maintenance, renewal and replacement charges for water and wastewater utility service systems for the U.S. Air Force in California, part of a 50-year utilities privatization. American Water Military Services $8,704,164 for water and wastewater utility services at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. American Water Military Services max. $70,000,000 for additional wastewater utility system construction, repair, replacement at Target Hill Wastewater Treatment Plant, U.S. Army Garrison West Point, NY.
AvKare LLC estimated $12,428,958 for Telmisartan tablets.
Beacon Point Associates max. $600,000,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for the DLA Electronic Catalog.
CliniComp International $429,165,859 IDIQ for operational support and sustainment of all existing clinical information system components currently in operation and support for decommission activities during the phased transition to Military Health System GENESIS, or otherwise discontinuing clinical information system operations (Decommission).
Hardigg Industries max. $10,000,000 for medical equipment and accessories for the DLA electronic catalog. Imagine Milling Technologies max. $40,000,000 IDIQ for medical equipment and accessories for the DLA electronic catalog.
Helping Hands Service Inc. $84,473,648 for healthcare environmental cleaning services.
Katmai Health Services $21,351,942 IDIQ for clinical support services by 70 personnel at 10th Medical Group, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO; and the Evans Army Community Hospital, Ft. Carson, CO.
FUEL & ENERGY – The U.S. Armed Forces consume more fossil fuels than any other organization in the world.
Flyers Enterprises $45,562,941 for aviation turbine fuel for National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
GREENING THE WAR MACHINE
Duke Energy Progress $44,267,839 for implementation of eight energy conservation measures at Camp Lejeune, NC. Measures include: lighting system improvements; water and sewer conservation systems; heating, ventilation and air conditioning improvements, controls and energy management control system upgrades; electrical systems upgrades; modernization of the water/wastewater supervisory control and data acquisition system; water and wastewater efficiencies; conversion of lift stations to gravity flow; and LED light conversions. The primary goal of the project is to reduce energy consumption and provide more resilient and sustainable facility infrastructure. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 authorizes agencies to use appropriations, private financing, or a combination to comply with its requirements for utility energy service contracts for evaluations/project implementation.
Duke Energy Progress $34,337,517 for implementation of eight energy conservation measures at USMC Base Camp Lejeune, NC. Measures include: street lighting light-emitting diode (LED) and controls retrofit; facility LED retrofits; high voltage supervisory controls and data acquisition system; overhead to underground power line conversion at Paradise Point; heating, ventilation, air conditioning renovation and dedicated outdoor air system; airfield weather beacon lightning indicator lighting system; support facility integration to energy management control system; cybersecurity support for metering and lighting controls; and substation repairs. These ‘green’ measures don’t make a dent in the polluting nature of the military-industrial-congressional triangle.
Boeing $84,000,000 for VC-25B technical publications. Clark Construction Group $78,211,055 for ongoing construction of the VC-25B hangar complex at JB Andrews, Camp Springs, MD. VC-25 is often known as Air Force One.
Boeing $8,733,007 for crew rest modification efforts on Air Force C-32 aircraft at JB Andrews, MD.
TRANSPORTATION _ USTRANSCOM
American Roll On Roll Off Carrier Group Inc. $7,211,331,984 IDIQ for the Global Household Goods Contract. Provides relocation services which includes door-to-door moving services during service members’ permanent change of station moves. The contractor will integrate a network of household goods service providers from across the existing sphere of the commercial moving industry to support DOD (DOD) families, and will ensure a minimum of 40% of the total acquisition value of the domestic work performed flows down to subcontracted small businesses. Four principal subcontractors are Unigroup, Suddath Companies, Atlas World Group and The Pasha Group. “The fundamentally restructures DOD’s relationship with the household goods industry in order to improve access to—and management of—quality capacity to meet peak demand and enable the department to affix the accountability and responsibility lacking in today’s program.”
TRANSPORTATION _ MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND
L3Harris $13,479,434 for a broad range of parts and services to maintain shipboard L3 electrical and electronic control monitoring systems and equipment on Military Sealift Command vessels.
WAREHOUSING & DISTRIBUTION
Synergy Logistics Services II LLC max. $57,999,169 for warehousing services.
ENVIRONMENTAL – The U.S. military is the single greatest institutional polluter in the world (in terms of carbon pollution, particulates, nuclear waste, runoff, etc.). The Pentagon hires Corporate America to remediate a fraction of the military’s pollution.
Ahtna Engineering Inc., Brice Engineering, Bristol Environmental Remediation Services LLC, Cape-Weston JV2, Paragon-Jacobs JV, North Wind-EA JV, FPM Remediations Inc., Bethel Environmental Solutions LLC $140,000,000 for environmental remediation in AK, U.S. Pacific Command and USACE Alaska-Pacific Division.
Applied Aquatic Management $7,000,000 for vegetation management, environmental restoration and protection, vegetation/geographic information systems mapping and aerial photographs on various projects and properties within boundaries of the South Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Ayuda-Plexus JV Bay West-Trevet JV, EA Engineering Science & Technology Inc., Kemron Environmental Services Inc. will compete for each order of the $38,500,000 for environmental remediation services.
Landscape Management Systems $25,000,000 IDIQ for environmental services to handle hazardous waste, hazardous material, other regulated waste and spill response on Guam.
Tetra Tech $8,189,176 for Site 1 Regional Groundwater-Drilling and Sampling Program at the former Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant (NWIRP) Bethpage, NY. Provides for complete specific environmental restoration activities related to the ongoing investigation of contaminated groundwater originating from the former NWIRP and Northrop Grumman facilities located in Bethpage. It also provides additional groundwater sampling and monitoring to assess plume movement and concentration changes to ensure compliance with environmental agency requirements.
Bimbo Bakeries USA max. $11,900,000 for fresh bread and bakery items. Shamrock Foods max. $45,000,000 for full-line food distribution. Sysco Raleigh max. $120,930,698 for full-line food distribution. US Foods Inc. max. $96,608,715 for full-line food distribution. US Foods max. $478,020,000 for full-line food distribution.
AECOM $27,488,581 for operations, maintenance, engineering, and management in support of combined tactical training range systems and equipment in Fallon, NV (30%); Havelock, NC (15%); VA Beach, VA (14%); Yuma, AZ (14%); Altoona, FL (5%); Beaufort, SC (4%); Key West, FL (4%); Manns Harbor, NC (3%); Jacksonville, FL (3%); Whidbey Island, WA (3%); El Centro, CA (2%); Miramar, CA (2%); Lemoore, CA (1%).
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES (BOSS) – BOSS typically includes some combination of the following services: air operations, bachelor quarters, custodial, electrical, environmental services, facilities investment, fire & emergency services, galley, grounds maintenance, integrated & waste, janitorial services, management & administration, morale-welfare-recreation, ordnance, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, public safety, supply, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, visual services, waste management, wastewater, and water. Security is sometimes included. This work was once done by the troops, prior to the corporate takeover of the Pentagon.
Alutiiq C&W Services LLC, Chugach Consolidated Solutions LLC, Claxton LTS JV LLC, King & George LLC, Melgar Facility Maintenance LLC $99,000,000 for custodial services at Navy/USMC installations primarily within NAVFAC Southwest.
Didlake Inc. $67,703,608 IDIQ for annual custodial services at NAS Oceana, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, and Norfolk Naval Shipyard, and their outlying clinics in the Hampton Roads area.
Global Connections to Employment Inc. $14,376,570 for custodial services and labor support, Fort Campbell, KY.
Vectrus J&J Facilities Support LLC $17,090,690 IDIQ for BOSS at NAS Patuxent River, Patuxent River, MD; Webster Field, St. Inigoes, MD; Solomons Annex, Solomons, MD; and Point Lookout, St. Mary’s County, MD.
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas $9,940,010 for facilities maintenance at various commissaries located in the U.S. and its territories. Jones Lang LaSalle Americas $9,632,375 for facilities maintenance at various commissaries located in the U.S. and its territories. J&J Worldwide Services $7,822,654 for facilities maintenance at various commissaries located in the U.S. and its territories. Nelson Refrigeration Inc. $8,840,133 for facilities maintenance at various commissaries located in the U.S. and its territories.
CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS – A January 2015 report noted that trimming some outsourced administrative waste (like we see in this category of consulting, admin, and business logistics) would have saved roughly $125 billion over five years. The Pentagon leadership (many of whom come from leadership positions in U.S. war corporations) buried the report, fearing Congress might use it to cut the war budget.
PrimeTech International $9,322,851 for logistics distribution support in Albany, GA.
BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT
Goodwill Industries of San Antonio Services $11,509,116 for administrative services for the Total Force Human Resource Records Activity supporting HQ Air Force Personnel Center at Randolph AFB, TX.
Systems Planning & Analysis $10,000,000 for professional analytic and advisory support services to the Office of the Commandant, USMC.
Boston Consulting Group $37,706,832 and McKinsey & Co. $19,719,172 to support to DOD Chief Management Office, assessing at least 90% of annual spending, implementation and training to increase Department’s spend efficiency through enterprise-wide commodity management and structured negotiation.
Guidehouse LLP max. $7,418,866 for audit readiness, audit liaison, and systems support for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
AECOM, Aptim Federal Services, Jacobs, Environmental Chemical Corp., Fluor, Perini Management Services $10,000,000 for global contingency construction projects worldwide. AECOM, DynCorp, ECC International, Fluor, KBR, PAE-Perini, Readiness Management Support, Vectrus Systems Corp. $6,400,000,000 IDIQ for worldwide contingency and humanitarian support. Provides contingency planning, deploying and training/equipping of forces; emergency and contingency construction; logistics/commodities and services.
Environmental Chemical Corp. $13,450,000 for construction projects located at NAS Sigonella, Italy.
Hensel Phelps Construction $54,279,000 to design and build an undersea operational training facility in Oahu, HI.
Risk Mitigation Consulting $8,860,412 for mission assurance (MA) assessments. Overseas work in Bahrain (11%); Souda Bay, Greece (10%), Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (9%); Sasebo and Okinawa, Japan (8%); Deveselu, Romania (7%). Assessments include assessments of installation infrastructure, industrial control systems and energy/utility management control systems.
Alstom Renewable US $7,009,487 to design, fabricate, deliver a new upper bearing bracket for Little Goose Dam, WA.
DRC Emergency Services LLC, ECC Constructors LLC, Crowdergulf LLC will compete for orders under an overall $3,500,000,000 deal for regional debris management.
H&L Contracting $113,747,342 for storm protective reinforced dune, beach berm, and dune construction, Rockaway, NY.
Luhr Bros $7,633,000 to provide stone subaqueous paving grade stone B at six locations. Sites are considered emergency work locations where bank degradation is threatening the integrity of the levee system.
Midwest Construction $20,219,550 for construction of hardpoints and placement of riprap upper-bank paving at various locations on Ohio and Mississippi rivers.
Mississippi Limestone Corp. $10,597,620 for casting squares of an articulated concrete mattress in Drummonds, TN.
S.E.A. Construction LLC $22,103,000 to repair damaged areas on Humboldt Jetties near Eureka, CA.
Shimmick Construction Co. $116,429,893 for rehabilitation of the LaGrange Lock and Dam, Versailles, IL.
Strata Corp. $9,479,200 for repair of parking apron, markings, seeding and minor grading in Minot AFB, ND.
Weeks Marine Inc. $15,885,000 for reduction of storm damages from coastal erosion and flooding through storm protective berm and beach fill in Long Beach, NJ.
MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Endless war requires endless construction and building repair. An added bonus for the Pentagon and the U.S. war industry is how this construction activity effectively co-opts the working class, making them feel like they’re on the same team as the troops. It is a very powerful narcotic.
AECOM, Aptim Federal Services LLC, Arcadis U.S. Inc., Cardno-EA JV, HDR Environmental, Operation and Construction Inc., Leidos, Tetra Tech will compete for each order of the $49,000,000 for architect and engineering services to support the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Atlantic Division.
CC Distributor $25,000,000 IDIQ for various materials, equipment, parts, and supplies for construction and facility maintenance and repair at Moody AFB, GA.
Cape Fox Facilities Services $27,419,359, for HVAC repair and replace construction services. Complete replacements and/or repair of air handling units at the Tinker AFB Sustainment Center, OK.
Environmental Chemical Corp. $58,398,023 for construction of the master time clocks and operations facility at the Naval Observatory, D.C. Includes construction of Building 51, demolition of Building 82, upgrade of Building 83 electrical components, renovation of Building 78, rehab of existing Building 6 & 7 foundations, walls & piers, Pepco 13.2kV (electric power company name and service voltage) work inside and outside of the fence line at the Naval Observatory fence line to include Verizon fiber.
Frazier Engineering Inc. $46,000,000 for construction and repair of an office.
Garver LLC, Sol-Merrick JV, and AECOM, for preparation of construction documents, concept level designs, and engineering feasibility studies, cost estimating, engineering, inspection, and services.
Khotol Services Corp. $12,000,000 for sustainment, modernization and improvement projects for the 88th Army Reserve Centers throughout the Ozark Region. Khotol Services Corp. $12,000,000 for sustainment, modernization and improvement projects for the 88th Army Reserve Centers. Troop Contracting $12,000,000 for sustainment, modernization and improvement projects for the 88th Army Reserve Centers throughout the Hoosier Region.
Otie-RS&H JV $11,671,526 for design of three “complete and constructible facilities” at Langley AFB, VA.
Premier Stanley Engineering JV, WestEast Design Group, Liberty JV, Raymond Pond JV, O’Brien Engineering Inc., STS Solutions & Training $67,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for design of facilities and infrastructure, repair, renovation and/or restoration of existing facilities on JB San Antonio-Lackland, TX.
P&W Construction Co. $8,417,700 for renovation of an existing dormitory facility in Louisville, TN.
Sustainable Design Consortium, Dcr Services & Construction, Meridian Engineering Co. $15,000,000 for design/build projects for the 63rd Readiness Division Region 3. Sustainable Design Consortium, AC Lopez Construction, MIK Construction, Souza Construction, Site Work Solutions $25,000,000 for design-build projects for the 63rd Readiness Division, Mountain View, CA.
Tabcon Inc. $15,000,000 for roofing repair and replacement work on various buildings at Fort Riley, KS.
Unified Business Technologies $7,453,778 for engineering and program management for capital improvement requirements with design and construction periods at Camp Lejeune and MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
UNIT Co. $44,975,700 for design & construction of an airborne warning control system at JB Elmendorf-Richardson.
West Coast JV $12,000,000 for sustainment, modernization and improvement projects for the 88th Army Reserve Centers throughout the Motor City Region.
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. $21,277,000 to repair an instructional building at NAS Oceana, Dam Neck Annex.
5 firms $98,000,000 IDIQ for construction projects, for infrastructure within Hawai‘i.
6 firms received $84,712,001 for Sierra Army Depot construction.
7 firms (incl. 2 joint ventures) $90,000, for construction, renovation, and repair within NAVFAC Southwest.
Callan Marine Ltd. $97,925,240 for dredging, upland placement area rehabilitation, creation of two new beneficial use areas from dredged material, berm dressing and armoring and removal of existing pipelines in Corpus Christi, TX. Luhr Bros. $45,000,000 for lease of dredge attendant plant and on-shore disposal of equipment for channel maintenance on the Ohio River. Manson Construction Co. $7,675,998 to dredge Glenn Edwards in Plaquemines Parish, LA.
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Christian Sorensen is an author and independent journalist.
His work focuses on the U.S. war industry.