The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $20,359,809,000 on 287 individual contracts during June 2017. This amount does not include 28 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $6,206,288,000.
FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) – Through FMS, the U.S. government procures and transfers materiel to allied nations and international organizations.
American Science & Engineering received $20,965,958 for FMS (Iraq): repair parts for Z-Backscatter vans with low-energy, non-intrusive inspection equipment screening systems. One bid solicited, one received.
Boeing received $39,662,335 for FMS (Iraq): engineering & technical services
necessary to support Avenger. One bid solicited, one bid received.
Boeing received $410,916,893 for FMS (UK): 38 Apache aircraft, 3 Longbow crew trainers, and associated spares.
Lockheed Martin received $471,731,858 for FMS (Finland, France, Germany, Singapore): guided MLRS full-rate production, alternative warhead (2,868 rockets); unitary warhead (648 rockets); low-cost reduced-range practice rocket (370 pods); integrated logistics.
L3 Technologies received $90,700,000 for hardware, sustainment, and training on video data link devices. Involves FMS (Australia) & potentially other countries. Sole-source.
Orbital ATK received $8,771,888 to provide contractor logistics support to the trainer fleet at Balad, Iraq.
Raytheon received $9,600,009 for FMS (Japan): 5 launcher control processors for Takanmai-class ships and associated supplies / support. Sole-source.
Raytheon received $82,818,665 to provide USAF ($25,334,798; 30.59%); USN ($5,035,299; 6.08%); Poland ($40,644,915; 49.08%); Indonesia ($6,118,683; 7.39%); Romania ($4,372,156; 5.28%); Belgium ($1,312,814; 1.58%) with missiles & gear: all-up-round tactical lot 17; captive air training missiles; containers; special air training missiles) and various spares.
Raytheon received $617,633,351 for FY2017 SM-2 full-rate production requirements and spares for Japan (61%); Australia (23%); Netherlands (7%); South Korea (6%); USA (3%). Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).
FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES
Atkins North America Inc. received $9,000,000 for FMS (Saudi Arabia; Qatar; Bahrain; Kuwait; UAE; Oman) labor, materials, supplies, and equipment required for a full range of professional architect-engineer services. Mohammed bin Salman was recently appointed the new crown prince in Saudi Arabia. He has been in running the brutal war in Yemen.
ITC Defense Corp. received $10,497,669 for FMS (Kuwait): develop & deploy an armory and fuel management system.
Lockheed Martin received $26,397,025 for Advanced Electronic Guidance & Instrumentation System work: systems engineering, integrated logistics, and staging. For Australia’s Air Warfare Destroyer Hobart Class Ship 2 Shipbuilding program. 64% of work in Adelaide, Australia.
Lockheed Martin received $39,219,294 for FMS (Germany, Netherlands, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Japan, UAE): PAC-3 Missile Support Center post-production support (recapitalize launcher, field missile activities, maintenance).
Lockheed Martin received $55,500,000 FMS (Saudi Arabia): set up Saudi Arabia National Guard live fire ranges.
Lockheed Martin received $200,000,000 for FMS (Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Norway, Oman, Poland, Pakistan, Romania, Thailand, Taiwan, Kuwait, Turkey): sniper advanced targeting pod (ATP) and low altitude navigation & targeting infrared for night (LANTIRN) sustainment. Sole-source.
Lockheed Martin received $3,767,831,000 for FMS (Saudi Arabia) & U.S. Army Black Hawk multi-year production. Base quantity consists of 257 aircraft: 142 Army UH-60M, 40 Saudi UH-60M & 75 HH-60M. One bid solicited, one received.
Raytheon received $11,561,033 for FMS (UAE): maintenance software build. One offer solicited, one received. Raytheon received $9,427,385 for FMS (Kuwait): support the Kuwait system installation and check-out.
Al Raha Group for Technical Services (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) received $185,722,274 for procurement services, warehousing, and bench stocking of unclassified consumables & spares for Saudi Arabia’s F-15 program.
UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT
L3 Technologies Inc. received $35,230,000 for remote operated video enhanced receiver engineering technical services. One bid solicited, one received. L3 Technologies Inc. received $28,240,000 for remote operated video enhanced receiver hardware production. One bid solicited, one received.
Textron (AAI) received $11,999,885 for Shadow v2 release 6 system baseline update for Engineering Services Memorandum program.
RECRUITMENT, RETENTION & MESSAGING
Lempugh Inc. received $94,962,069 for Army National Guard’s non-commercial sustainment announcement program.
Sprint received $13,116,906 to add three sites in Belgium to the existing DOD Information Network 100G Packet-Optical Transport Network.
Leidos Inc. received $10,858,406 for ammo supply point/theater storage area in Kuwait AOR.
Gravois Aluminum Boats received $16,190,780 to build near coastal patrol vessels (NCPV) in support of USSOUTHCOM partner nations and FMS (Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras).
USCENTCOM – The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) recently criticized the Pentagon for wasting taxpayer money on uniforms for the Afghan National Army (ANA), missing the larger point: the entire war in Afghanistan is a waste of lives & money.
Bethel Industries Inc. received $21,900,000 for field jackets for Afghan Border Police, ANA, Afghan Uniform Police, and ANA Special Operations.
EXP Federal Inc. received $32,643,122 to provide technical services in Kuwait (incl. inspect, assess, repair, report, train re: facilities & related projects).
Boeing received $45,000,000 for Mid-Endurance Unmanned Aircraft Systems (MEUAS 1.5-B) ISR services at multiple locations worldwide. Textron (AAI) received $30,000,000 for mid-endurance unmanned aircraft systems (MEUAS 2.0-B) ISR services worldwide.
DRS Network & Imaging Systems received $29,826,000 to provide brownout cameras and services to facilitate aircraft integration, training, testing support and contractor logistics support for Technology Applications Program Office, USSOCOM. Non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.
Harris Corp. received $255,000,000 for SOF Tactical Communications Next Generation Manpack (STC NGMP) radios, which replace legacy manpack radios (like AN/PRC-117F & AN/PRC-117G). STC NGMP receives & distributes ISR data in full motion video, and supports simultaneous dual channel line of sight (LOS) and beyond LOS operation utilizing legacy & advanced waveforms.
NAVMAR Applied Sciences Corp. (NASC) received $12,527,206 to provide engineering analyses, advanced ISR sensor evaluation, and enhanced surveillance capabilities to be integrated into existing naval platforms to support USSOCOM Special Surveillance Program.
Speegle Construction received $13,600,940 for facility additions at Hurlburt Field.
Vigor Works received $17,493,457 to provide USSOCOM a third SEAL Insertion, Observation, & Neutralization (SEALION) craft. Sole-source.
Woolpert Inc., Stanley-UC-Cardo JV, HDR Engineering Inc. received a shared $40,000,000 for in-house environmental planning, programming and architectural-engineering services at locations including Hurlburt Field.
Sauer Inc. received $10,937,000 to build a Joint Reserve Intelligence Center (JRIC) at NAS New Orleans. Includes a service-owned & managed SCIF and surrounding collateral & unclassified areas.
DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)
BAE Systems received $11,922,391 to help DARPA develop a way to estimate position (using tomography, undersea-data, nonlinear modeling) and an exfiltration system for robust, basin-wide precision navigation & timing system for deep water, shelf, and littoral regions.
Raytheon received $7,554,124 for Phase 2 of an unnamed DARPA research program.
University of Southern California received $9,000,000 for basic research regarding flux-based quantum speedup.
INVASIVE ISR AIRCRAFT
SOS International received $12,278,434 for intelligence technical support services, intel analysis, operations & planning, security support, information systems operation, and maintenance & sustainment services.
Lockheed Martin received $22,806,587 for F-35 interim contractor support for USN/USMC. Lockheed Martin received $244,322,400 for F-35 initial spares for USAF ($97,471,628; 40%), USMC ($11,332,074; 4.6%), USN ($8,376,662; 3.4%), non-U.S. DOD ($112,234,342; 46%), FMS ($14,907,694; 6%). Lockheed Martin received $257,780,849 for alternate mission equipment (pilot flight equipment & red gear) supporting F-35 lot 10 production for USAF ($122,909,691; 47.7%); USMC ($40,406,910; 15.6%); USN ($10,285,742; 4.0%); international partners ($60,260,604; 23.4%); FMS ($23,917,602; 9.3%).
Silver Mountain Construction received $17,956,192 to add/alter F-35A field training detachment at Eielson AFB.
United Technologies Corp. received $41,843,781 for one F-135-PW-100 and one F-135-PW-600 propulsion system LRIP lot 10 for international partners. United Technologies received $339,645,342 for F-35 propulsion system (LRIP lot 11) initial spares for USAF ($130,330,218; 38%); USN ($97,815,983; 29%); international partners ($91,172,593; 27%); FMS ($20,326,548; 6%).
Bell-Boeing JPO received $7,378,057 for design & development of Midwing Avionics Obsolescence Vibration Structural Life & Engine Diagnostic (VSLED) operational test program set, and production of 3 VSLED weapon replaceable assemblies for V-22.
Raytheon received $9,088,102 for 7 different part numbers of various quantities for V-22 & H-53 aircraft. Non-competitive, FAR 6.302-1.
Boeing received $20,751,618 to provide simulation capability to train pilots and weapons system operators for F-15C/E aircraft. Sole-source.
BAE Systems received $12,339,284 for up to 265 conformal-controlled reception pattern antenna units for F/A-18A. Not competitive.
Boeing received $7,542,000 for F/A-18 arresting hook points. Sole-source. Boeing received $48,879,930 for 54 F/A-18 retrofit kits (redesigning Trailing Edge Flaps) for U.S. Navy (48); Australia (6). 20% of work in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Moog Inc. received $49,978,647 to repair 26 items on F-18 aircraft. Sole-source.
HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME
Boeing received $11,601,558 for production engineering support re: installation & integration of systems on F/A-18 E/F & EA-18G and Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System follow on test & evaluation.
Boeing received $49,472,364 to develop, qualify, and test form-fit-function requirements of the pre-processor module, the Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar Interface 2, and the sensor hardware encapsulation layer narrowband controller weapons replaceable assemblies for F/A-18E/F & EA-18G belonging to USA ($46,804,507; 94.6%); Australia ($2,667,857; 5.4%).
Northrop Grumman received $11,997,249 for engineering to implement fiber optic improvements into E-2D full-rate production lots 5 and 6. Northrop Grumman received $12,465,053 to develop E-2D operational test program sets for Group 1 detailed functional description data packages. Northrop Grumman received $34,500,117 to incorporate a flight management system into E-2D. Includes integrating, installing, testing, certifying.
Rockwell Collins received $34,190,336 for one E-2D Tactics Trainer in Point Mugu, CA. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).
Strategic Mission Systems received $73,100,000 for national & nuclear communications support (engineering, field service reps, facilities operations & management, software engineering, materials) for E-4B.
POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE
EDO Corp. received $15,164,935 for 17 BRU-75A and BRU-76A Bomb Rack Unit ship sets for P-8A lot 8 for U.S. Navy (11 worth $9,812,605; 64.7%); Australia (4 worth $3,568,220; 23.5%); UK (2 worth $1,784,110; 11.8%).
Jeppesen Sanderson Inc. received $13,846,460 for performance planning software tools in support of P-8A for U.S. Navy ($12,431,351; 89.78%), UK ($279,699; 2.02%); Norway ($117,695; .85%); New Zealand ($45,693; .33%). Software tools include MilPlanner, FliteDeck Pro, On-Board Performance Tool (OPT) database and OPT software. Provides portable electronic means of calculating aircraft performance. Not competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).
Northrop Grumman received $15,471,609 for spare parts to support organic depot repairs of AN/ALQ-240 Electronic Support Measures system, which provides P-8A with rapid detection, classification, and geographical location of ground based radar systems. Northrop Grumman received $10,491,865 for spare parts to repair AN/ALQ-240 at intermediate-level repair sites. Not competitive.
STRATEGIC & TACTICAL AIRLIFT
Southwind Construction Services received $12,439,400 to design and construct a KC-46A depot system integration laboratory at Tinker AFB.
OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT
Lytron Inc. received $14,655,360 for J85 engine gate valves. Sole-source.
AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB (AFRL) & AIR FORCE TEST CENTER
Dragoon Technologies received $20,000,000 for R&D, production, training, and transition of Enhanced Bus Characterization & Integrity Toolset, which enables DOD personnel to test, characterize, troubleshoot multiple cable/bus structures on various aircraft.
Herrick Technology Laboratories Inc. received $12,704,705 for Poly-Function Transceiver hardware and software.
Infoscitex Corp. received $70,000,000 for aerospace systems technologies & simulation-based R&D capabilities at AFRL, Wright-Patterson AFB.
Avox Systems Inc. received $8,238,945 for 2,181 additional joint service aircrew masks for rotary wing aircraft along with spare parts.
Coastal Helicopters received $12,483,379 for repair, maintenance, modifications, and engineering on air services support for flight test preparation & testing.
DynCorp received $7,734,253 for aircraft maintenance on numerous aviation platforms, including AH-64, UH-60, CH-47, OH-58.
Gentex Corp. received $13,443,811 for Apache Aviator Integrated Helmet, assembly, production, and associated spare parts.
Overhaul Support Services received $13,851,475 to overhaul/repair the UH-60 Blackhawk primary servo.
PCX Aerostructures received $66,666,215 for right connecting links for AH-64. Sole-source.
GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
Automotive & Industrial Supply Co. received $70,000,000 for aircraft coatings and sealants at Hill AFB. Sole-source.
The Haskell Co. received $69,915,945 to design & build an aircraft maintenance hangar at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina.
Parsons Government Support Services Inc. received $7,320,681 for a year of ground support equipment maintenance services at Robins AFB.
AIRCRAFT PODS, SENSORS & DEVICES
Honeywell received $21,340,800 for 216 north finding system units. One bid solicited, one received.
Lockheed Martin received $104,634,353 to develop & test Advanced Radar Threat System Variant 2 (ARTS-V2) production representative article.
Northrop Grumman received $10,367,772 for two USAF joint threat emitter wideband units.
Calspan Corp. received $20,907,828 for maintenance & curriculum dev for student sorties, variable stability in-flight simulator test aircraft, as well as special projects, F-16 Air Force Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB. Sole-source.
Lockheed Martin received $59,030,440 for four KC-130J fuselage trainers.
Lockheed Martin received $20,000,000 to help Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (ABMD) program office identify technology for baselines / upgrades.
Lockheed Martin received $61,271,837 for technical engineering, configuration management, associated equipment/supplies, quality assurance, information assurance, and other operation and maintenance efforts required for AEGIS development & test sites, including Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility & Naval Systems Computing Center.
Raytheon received $25,160,118 for AEGIS modernization production requirements. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1)
LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)
Arźte Associates got $8,522,007 for AN/DVS-1 COBRA Block 1 subassemblies to support LCS mine countermeasures.
Austal USA received $584,200,000 to build an LCS in Mobile, AL (54%); Pittsfield, MA (9%); California, MD (4%); Cincinnati, OH (4%); Leesburg, VA (3%); Williston, VT (3%); Linthicum, MD (3%); East Syracuse, NY (2%); Franklin, MA (2%); various locations, less than 2% each (totaling 16%). Not competitive.
BAE Systems; General Dynamics; MES Simulation & Training Corp. received a shared $42,582,205 to provide USA (95%) & Australia (5%) with Submarine Multi-Mission Team Trainer systems.
Bethel-Webcor JV-1received $8,350,000 to install a portable material transport system at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and intermediate maintenance facility at JB Pearl Harbor - Hickam.
General Dynamics got $203,073,701 for Columbia-class sub joint USA/UK Common Missile Compartment program.
Lockheed Martin got $130,827,895 for A-RCI TI 18-20 engineering services for USA (88%); Canada (6%); Australia (4%); UK (1%); Japan (1%).
M.A. Mortenson Co. received $24,538,456 for repairs & improvements to Explosive Handling Wharf One, Phase One, Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay.
Northrop Grumman received $7,009,169 for Common Missile Compartment development & production.
Asturian Group Inc.; CCI Energy & Construction Services; Cornerstone Construction Services; Structural Associates Inc.; Tantara Corp.; received a shared $95,000,000 to design & build facilities primarily within Maine Public Works Department, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery.
Air New Zealand Gas Turbines of Auckland, New Zealand and MTU Maintenance Berlin-Bradenburg GmBh of Ludwigsfelde, Germany received $158,100,000 to overhaul the LM2500 power turbine assembly gas generators.
Cianbro Corp. received $23,098,000 to fabricate & install dry dock #1 defueling complex (for reactor servicing) at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, ME.
Continental Maritime of San Diego received $37,755,767 for depot-level maintenance & modifications to improve USS Chosin (CG 65) capabilities.
General Dynamics received $9,671,294 for procurement & management supporting land-based engineering site shore based spares.
Global A 1st Flagship Co. received $7,252,721 to support and maintain all vessels assigned to NAVSEA Inactive Ship Maintenance Office, Philadelphia, and active vessels assigned to Guided-Missile Cruiser/Dock Landing Ship Modernization Detachment, Norfolk. Global A 1st Flagship Co. received $10,895,767 to support and maintain all vessels assigned to NAVSEA Inactive Ship Maintenance Office, Pearl Harbor.
Huntington Ingalls received $218,102,150 for long lead time material and advance construction activities in support of LPD 29.
Lyme Computer Systems received $10,561,225 for industrial-grade networking hardware & components manufactured by Siemens/Ruggedcom in support of hull, mechanical & electrical networks installed onboard various ship classes and land-based test sites. Supplies delivered to Philadelphia, PA.
Progeny Systems Corp. received $7,464,983 to develop / integrate software applications, hardware components, and system-level functionality to achieve manpower reduction aboard subs & ships. Services support an integrated shipboard and shore-based maintenance management decision tool.
Frontier Electronic Systems Corp. received $72,935,748 for AN/SPQ-14 Advanced Sensor Distribution System (ASDS) and AN/SPQ-15 (DDS PDF), to include logistics support and engineering services, providing radar & sensor distribution for USA (85%); Japan (10%); South Korea (5%). Not competitive.
Lockheed Martin received $15,160,178 for water-cooled Common Display System (CDS) conversions & production units.
Lockheed Martin received $41,951,803 for TB-37 Multi-Function Towed Array units, accessories, and engineering for U.S. Navy (56%); Japan (44%).
Northrop Grumman received $7,825,905 for 45 nose shell assemblies for Mk48 heavyweight torpedoes for U.S. Navy (54%); Turkey (24%); Canada (22%).
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)
Donjon Marine Co. received $8,497,931 to salvage (wreck in place) Naval Research Lab firefighting test ship ex-USS Shadwell in Mobile, AL.
General Electric received $21,914,405 for items, engineering, support (install/check-out & spares) on DDG 1000 Class High Voltage Power System (HVPS), which includes an advanced induction motor, drive, harmonic filters & resistors for dynamic braking & neutral grounding.
Huntington Ingalls received unspecified to incorporate Flight III baseline on DDG 125. DOD claims funding amount is “source selection sensitive information” and therefore able to be hidden from the U.S. taxpayer & global citizen alike.
NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)
Composite Engineering Inc. received $37,091,710 for LRIP of 45 BQM-177A (.pdf) aerial targets & technical data, 315 mission equipment installation kits, 30 radar altimeter, manuals, training equipment, and logistics.
J.F. Taylor received $47,687,669 to support (manufacture, maintain, install, upgrade, fabricate) NAVAIR Simulation Division teams, facilities, projects.
ManTech received $80,278,296 to help U.S. Navy with warfare analysis, modeling & simulation, software dev, DOD architectural framework products, acquisition analysis, and analytic program support.
Spectro Scientific Inc. received $9,657,150 for up to 69 atomic emission rotrode spectrometers for U.S. Navy/USMC oil analysis program. Not competitive.
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)
Mercury Defense Systems received $8,554,248 for 18 Type II Advanced Digital Radio Frequency Memories (DRFM) units.
Spalding Consulting Inc. received $59,332,822 to support (technical, engineering, project & organizational management, admin & acquisition) NAWCAD Ship & Air Integrated Warfare Division in St. Inigoes, MD.
SPACE & NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND (SPAWAR)
Assured Space Access Technologies received $34,240,514; Cutler Engineering & Technology Services received $30,554,374; Home2Office Computing Solutions Inc. received $30,484,777; King Technologies Inc. received $29,354,697; ODME Solutions LLC received $24,785,251; Tactical Engineering & Analysis Inc. received $30,477,010 for test & eval support, verification & validation, configuration, quality assurance, website maintenance, and other services for SSC Pacific.
Booz Allen Hamilton received $14,835,319; Geocent LLC received $15,650,745; Solute Inc. received $15,954,167 for platform integration & systems engineering to design, engineer, and develop advanced concepts for SSC Pacific C4ISR capabilities.
DRS Laurel Technologies; Leidos; SAIC; Serco Inc. received a shared $492,400,000 for Automated Digital Network System (ADNS) – Increment III production units, which provides tactical wide area network (WAN) gateway services management. Increment III increases network capacity by adding higher bandwidth available with newer satellite communication systems.
Raytheon received $10,940,306 to help develop a Precision Ocean Interrogation, Navigation & Timing System, for improved basin-wide position, navigation & timing across deep water, shelf, and littoral regions.
CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY
Booz Allen Hamilton received $14,618,697 for services in support of NAWCAD Special Communications Mission Solutions Division. Includes developing a new Communications-Electronics Advanced Technology (CEAT) system and upgrading current CEAT systems.
IFC Inc. received $29,237,367 for defense cyber operations research and support. One bid solicited, one received. Work in Adelphi, MD.
Abacus Technology Corp. received $48,015,125 for engineering & technology acquisition support for command, control, communications, intelligence (C3I) and networks directorate, Hanscom AFB. Related contracts (from May & August 2016) involved FMS to Thailand, Poland, Morocco, Oman, Romania, Jordan, Romania, and Saudi Arabia.
Business, Technology & Solutions received $12,714,791 to provide advisory & assistance services to command, control, communications, intelligence and networks directorate at Hanscom AFB.
ECS Federal received $8,894,068 for enterprise-wide IT services for NAVAIR.
Mymic LLC received $22,933,387 for IT services in support of the Joint Staff, J8 Directorate’s IT Next Program in Arlington, VA.
SAIC received $10,827,927 for engineering and software support services.
CSRA LLC received a maximum $498,000,000 for milCloud 2.0 Phase 1 commercial infrastructure & engineering on DOD facilities and networks.
Four LLC received $16,465,882 to convert existing IBM Cognos Business Intelligence Processor Value Unit (PVU) software licenses & associated sustainment to a new PVU unlimited enterprise license model. Sole-source.
Boecore Inc. received $93,000,000 for sustainment, operations, maintenance and support of shared early warning system (SEWS) under Air Force Space Command, Peterson AFB. Involves unnamed FMS.
Braxton Technologies received $9,460,085 for Navigation Technology Satellite (NTS)-3 ground control segment. Also demonstrates / matures satellite navigation ground command & control capabilities to ensure positioning, navigation & timing in contested / denied environments. Sole-source.
LinQuest Corp. received $32,124,463 for additional systems engineering and integration support services to support the Military Satellite Communications Systems (MILSATCOM) Directorate, Los Angeles AFB.
MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM
MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES
DRS Sustainment Systems received $7,820,549 to service the Mobile Gun Solution effort. One bid solicited, one received.
Lockheed Martin received $413,854,079 for 360 lot 15 Joint Air-to -Surface Standoff Missile-Extended Range (JASSM-ER) production and equipment. Lockheed Martin received $7,176,406 to enhance software: JASSM Enterprise Management System 6.0. Sole-source.
Lockheed Martin received $26,587,722 to produce 8,973 laser guided training rounds (LGTR) and to refurbish 3,411 government furnished metal containers.
RAMSYS GmbH (Ottobrunn, Germany) received Ř82,277,709 ($92,130,000) for design & development activities resulting in a rolling airframe missile (RAM) Block 2B. Work in Ueberlingen (89%), Ottobrunn (6%) and Ulm, Germany (5%). Not competitive.
MacAulay-Brown Inc. received $49,000,000 to help Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (NWC) at Kirtland AFB provide rapid assessments to U.S. government. Projects research, execute, and evaluate system capabilities, technical parameters, threats & vulnerabilities.
AM General received $30,503,575 for HMMWV engines. Sole-source.
BAE Systems received $7,166,890 for system technical support and sustainment on Bradley vehicles.
Cummins Inc. received $25,001,242 for 126 new 675 horsepower V903 engines; 60 reduced white smoke engines; and miscellaneous parts.
Defense Systems & Solutions received $93,000,000 for technical, engineering, program management, and integration services.
Hodges Transportation Inc. received $49,500,000 to provide prototype development, testing, tech support, systems engineering, program management, logistical support for ground vehicle systems for Program Executive Office Land Systems, Marine Corps Systems Command, and other DOD agencies.
King Nutronics received $20,631,188 to manufacture and supply heavy-duty pressure calibrators. Sole-source.
Strategic Technical Services received $34,237,879 for web-enabled services in Warren, MI.
SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)
Vista Outdoor Sales received $52,800,000 for 5.56mm MK311 Mod 3 frangible cartridges.
CROWD CONTROL & SUPPRESSION OF THE PEOPLE
American Systems Corp. ($9,143,847); Applied Technologies Inc. ($9,167,211); Applied Research Associates ($10,299,107); Booz Allen Hamilton ($9,398,210) received funding for non-lethal weapons and R&D.
GEAR & EQUIPMENT
MORALE, WELFARE & RECREATION (MWR) & COMFORT
Alutiiq Information Management received $8,472,557 for intrusion detection system design/install at Offutt AFB. Sole-source.
Crown Clothing Co. received $8,044,027 for various coats. M&M Manufacturing (Lajas, Puerto Rico) received $25,552,591 for Navy working uniform blouses & trousers. SourceAmerica received $13,999,989 for the improved hot weather combat uniform. One bid solicited, one received.
Peckham Vocational Industries Inc. received $22,326,909 for services to support the Organizational Clothing & Individual Equipment program. One bid solicited, one received.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Beshenich Muir & Associates received $200,000,000 to provide instructor, training support and training development services.
F3EA JV LLC received $16,362,010 to support underwater egress training (UET) at Kaneohe Bay, HI (25%); Camp Pendleton (25%); Camp Lejeune (25%); Okinawa, Japan (25%). UET teaches egress from sinking / submerged aircraft & vehicles and how to use life support equipment.
Lincoln Public School received $14,858,342 for education services at Hanscom AFB military dependent students, grades K-8. Sole-source. McGraw-Hill Education received $8,630,057 to provide DODEA with Social Studies curriculum resources. School Specialty Inc. received $12,772,801 for grades K-5 science curriculum resources for military dependents attending DODEA schools.
Mahaffey Tent & Awning Co. received $8,799,956 for logistical service support to rotational training units executing Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk.
MW Builders Inc. received $55,741,000 to build the Mission Training Complex at Fort Hood, TX.
DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY (DTRA)
CENTRA Technology received $61,771,261 for Balanced Survivability Assessments Team Support, which assesses mission survivability of critical U.S. & allied national/theater mission systems, networks, architectures, infrastructures, and assets from DTRA, Fort Belvoir.
Chimera Enterprises International Inc. received $45,000,000 for non-personal services and technical support (re: CBRN & WMD) to DTRA Operations, Readiness, and Exercises Directorate, Fort Belvoir.
FUEL & ENERGY
CH2M Hill / Clark Nexsen Energy Partners JV received $99,999,500 for energy architect/engineer & design services re: energy management, architectural, mechanical, electrical, civil, structural, and environmental disciplines regarding DOD utility, water, and energy consuming systems within NAVFAC Southwest.
LB&B Associates Inc. received $34,723,155 for fuel transportation services in 37 states.
Petro Star Inc. received $37,786,700 for aviation turbine fuel. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1). Petro Star Inc. received $20,695,640 for aviation turbine fuel. Rick Aviation Inc. received $7,156,356 for fuel. US Oil Refining Co. received $10,465,000 for aviation fuel.
Stanley-Design Alaska JV received $9,000,000 for mechanical and electrical services on projects with emphasis in stoker-fed, coal-fired power plants.
ABM Government Services, Barlovento, DMCA, Global Engineering & Construction, J&J Worldwide, Kirlin Builders, The Robins & Morton Group, United Excel, Walsh Construction received a shared $249,000,000 to design & build healthcare facilities, U.S. Army Medical Command.
Fort Defiance Industries received $47,000,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog.
GlaxoSmithKline ($27,956,807) and Seqirus Inc. ($34,920,736) received funding for influenza vaccines.
PSI Inc. received $8,097,541 to continue enterprise-wide code maintenance, sustainment, enhancements, documentation, management; maintenance of current functional requirements; and support transition to production. Ensures protections in place so DHA Health IT Directorate address cybersecurity, information assurance, and risk management concerns. Sole-source.
Strategic Outfitting Transition Solutions received $8,635,348 for initial outfitting of the medical and dental clinic on Marine Corps Base Kaneohe Bay, HI.
Welch Allyn Inc. received $43,650,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables and training.
The Hyster-Yale Group Inc. received $400,000,000 for material handling equipment in North Carolina, Kentucky, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Phoenix Products Inc. received $7,508,987 to provide U.S. Navy with reusable shipping and storage containers.
KSS LLC received $48,500,000 for environmental planning, compliance, and remediation technical services.
DOMESTIC BASE SUPPORT - Base operations (a.k.a. base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.
Didlake Inc. received $9,119,499 for custodial services at Norfolk Naval Shipyard and Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek – Fort Story. Fluor Federal Solutions received $48,097,133 for base operations support at various installations in NAVFAC Southeast. IAP World Services Inc. received $16,143,842 for base operations support at NAS Patuxent River. Pride Industries received $17,832,110 for base operations at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ. Sole-source.
OVERSEAS BASE SUPPORT
ABM Government Services got $8,148,542 for base operating support services at Naval Support Activities in Italy, including Gricignano (56%), Naples (40%), Gaeta (4%).
DZSP 21 received $42,228,627 for base operations support at Joint Region Marianas, Guam. Not competitive.
IAP-ECC LLC received $10,977,225 for base operations support at Naval Support Facility, Deveselu, Romania. Sole-source.
CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS
BAE Systems received $36,189,219 for wargame support to Marine Corps Warfighting Lab (MCWL), Quantico, VA.
Chenega Facilities Management received $19,900,255 for logistics readiness for 88th Regional Support Command, Fort McCoy. One bid solicited, one received.
HRA Gray & Pape; Pacific Consulting Services Inc.; Tierra-Iarii LLC received a shared $9,500,000 for cultural resources & related investigations / studies in the Pacific Ocean region.
Northrup Grumman received $16,468,221 for services related to Global Support System Army Enterprise Resources Planning program.
Oracle received $11,158,076 for Global Combat Support System – Marine Corps Logistics Chain Management system sustainment, maintenance, development.
Booz Allen Hamilton received $12,883,666 for continued system engineering & technical assistance on PEO Enterprise Information Systems, Project Management Office, Integrated Personnel & Pay System-Army (IPPS-A).
BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT
Accenture Federal Services received $22,310,080 for the addition of release delivery activities in support of the General Fund Enterprise Business System.
Carter's Contracting Services received $30,000,000 for disposal area management & levee maintenance, Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint River System, AL, GA, and FL.
Choctaw Transportation; Luhr Brothers; Patton-Tully Marine; Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel; Riverside Construction received a shared $44,000,000 to build various stone structures (incl. dikes, chevrons, weirs, hardpoints) on the Mississippi.
J.E. McAmis Inc. received $20,200,000 for mouth of the Columbia River north jetty rehabilitation at Cape Disappointment State Park, Ilwaco, WA.
NYP Corp. ($20,000,000) and Dayton Bag & Burlap ($20,000,000) received funding for acrylic sandbags.
Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Co. received $23,000,000 for flood control for the Mississippi River and tributaries; and stone placement for the Mississippi, Atchafalaya and Red rivers, as well as Old River control channels.
DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION
MRM Construction Services Inc. received $46,000,000 for paving at Luke AFB, Gila Bend Auxiliary Air Field, and Barry M. Goldwater Range, AZ.
Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure; Cardno GS Inc.; CH2M-Burns & McDonnell JV; HDR Engineering; Jacobs; Parsons; Tetra Tech received a shared $150,000,000 for architect & engineering services. Burns & McDonnell Engineering received $8,000,000 for architect & engineering services. CDM Federal Programs received $10,000,000 for architect & engineering services with a primary focus on civil works. HDR Engineering received $30,000,000 for architect-engineering services for planning projects worldwide. LRS Federal received $10,000,000 for architect-engineering services. Michael Baker International Inc. received $8,000,000; RSP Architects Ltd. received $8,000,000; Tetra Tech/Pond JV received $8,000,000 for architect & engineering services with USACE Louisville, KY.
DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
Benaka Inc. received $14,397,220 for construction on the existing Army Reserve Center in Bullville, New York.
Bristol Design Build Services, Mirador Enterprises, MJ Takisaki, Rore Inc., Tunista Construction received a shared $95,000,000 for construction at Fairchild AFB.
Cadence Contract Services LLC received $99,000,000 to support real property maintenance & repair at Fort Drum, New York.
CMS Corp.; EMR Inc.; Leebcor Services; MOWA Barlovento LLC; Whitesell-Green Inc. received a shared $99,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.
D Square Construction; Salish Construction; Orion-Cannon JV; Macnak-Webb JV2; RHI; received a shared $45,000,000 for electrical construction and repair.
HHRBI JV and Terra Construction Inc. received a shared $25,000,000 for construction in USACE Southwestern Division.
HI Pacific JV received $8,132,000 to repair termite damage, Building 7, Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility, JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
L.S. Black Constructors-Loeffel Construction received $17,051,875 to build unaccompanied housing at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
Project Time & Cost LLC received $100,000,000 for cost engineering services.
Walsh Federal LLC received $10,748,000 to build an air traffic control tower in Wichita, KS.
C&C Marine LLC received $25,000,000 for rental of construction equipment with operators for disposal area maintenance activities for Mobile Harbor, AL. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $26,342,120 for Myrtle Beach storm damage reduction project, South Carolina.