BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for April 2015

DOD spent $34,847,681,277+ on 238 individual contracts in April 2015

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

The Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $34,847,681,277 on 238 individual contracts during April 2015.  This amount does not include 20 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $914,480,744.


Alion Science & Technology; BAE Systems Inc.; Charles Stark Draper Laboratory; DigitalGlobe Inc.; Exelis Inc.; G3 Technologies; Herrick Technology Laboratory; The HumanGeo Group LLC; LEIDOS; NAL Research Corp.; Northrop Grumman; Scientific Research Corp.; and Southwest Research Institute received $49,000,000 to support R&D on special ISR components and systems.

General Atomics received $14,833,700 for five mobile ground control stations.

General Atomics received $47,700,000 for full-rate production II Gray Eagle acquisition of ground equipment.

General Atomics received $82,679,703 for engineering and technical services for the Joint System Integration Laboratory technological support to the UAS fleet.

Textron received $79,490,278 for FY2014 Shadow UAS (full rate production VII).

Textron received $27,593,319 to incorporate reliability technology refreshments, improvements and technology insertions into Shadow UAS.

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

Airbus received $9,360,135 to provide Thailand with UH-72A support, hardware and services. One bid was solicited with one received.

Boeing received $63,100,000 as additional funding on an earlier contract for Saudi Arabia Air Force training.

Data Path Inc. received $6,791,930 to provide Denmark with thirty-four Wideband Global Satellite (WGS) SATCOM terminals with related equipment and training. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Diesel Engineering, Inc. received $16,159,462 to help Israel repair and upgrade their Achzarit Heavy Armored Personnel Carriers.

General Dynamics received $51,414,644 to provide Iraq with logistical support and training for M1A1 tanks.

Jacobs Technology received $34,495,000; Jacobs Technology received $13,484,000; Jacobs Technology received $12,498,000 for engineering and technology acquisition support services for Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units. This involves unnamed FMS. A previous related contract involved FMS to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Australia, and Taiwan.

Lockheed Martin received $174,753,051 to provide the UAE with 124 Army Tactical Missile Systems T2K Unitary M57 guided missile and launching assemblies, test equipment, flight tests, and associated services.

Lockheed Martin received $10,466,558 to provide the UAE with AH-64 Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight, performance based logistics, and engineering technical service program. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $31,095,958 to provide the UK with engineering, technical support, and materials for the UK Trident II System. This was a sole source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(4).

Lockheed Martin received $7,970,818 to provide Iraq with for sustainment support for their air defense system.

Lockheed Martin received $13,979,449 to provide Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare capabilities integration on Turkey’s F-16s.

Raytheon received $9,168,750 to provide Jordan and the USMC with TOW.

Raytheon received $11,699,316 to provide France with nine multi-spectral targeting systems B turret units, HD electronic units, and associated containers.

S&K Aerospace LLC received $392,000,000 to provide FMS (more than 107 countries) with maintenance/supply support to meet unique requirements of their weapon systems and military infrastructure.

SAIC received $18,196,585; SAIC received $16,691,136; SAIC received $7,769,196 to provide Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Central African Republic, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, and Germany with for systems and computer resources support for the Aviation and Missile, Development and Engineering Center Software Engineering Directorate, Army Research, Development and Engineering Command.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $13,386,756 to help Iraq, Uzbekistan, the UAE, and Spain issue Army prepositioned stock equipment with the 403nd Army Field Support Battalion, Kuwait. One bid solicited, one received.


CACI-CMS received $18,200,000 for state media advertising and marketing services for the National Guard Bureau.

McCann World Group Inc. received $200,803,134 for nationwide U.S. Army advertising, recruitment, and retention campaigns.


AAR Airlift Group received $65,121,714 and Columbia Helicopters Inc. received $63,644,013 for passenger/cargo air transportation service in Afghanistan.


Georgia Tech received $7,857,568 for combustion stability modeling and design tool development. This is a sole-source acquisition.

MIT received $3,061,852,854 for operation of the Lincoln Laboratory Federally Funded Research & Development Center. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Raytheon received $20,489,714 to help DARPA with the Tactical Boost Glide (TBG) program [PDF p. 18], which develops technologies to enable air-launched tactical range hypersonic boost glide systems.


Al Signal Research received $12,364,574 for Climatic, Dynamic, and Propulsion Test Divisions test and evaluation support. One bid solicited, one received.

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $325,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and beyond.


Lockheed Martin received $150,609,953 for an integrated reprogramming capability to build, test, modify, and field F-35 mission data files for Australia ($82,885,335; 55%) and the UK ($67,724,618; 45%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $142,683,533 to continue developing the JSF Autonomics Logistics Information System Standard Operating Unit Version 2 capability development effort.

Lockheed Martin received $14,652,084 for F-22’s Reliability & Maintainability Maturation Program (RAMMP) annual support.

Lockheed Martin received $14,050,549 for F-22 sustainment (trainer hardware modifications and system development; distributed mission operations federation and integration).

United Technologies Corp. received $156,955,110 for long lead-time components and materials for 90 LRIP Lot X F135 propulsions systems for USAF ($64,015,312; 41%); U.S. Navy ($32,345,557; 20%); international partners ($43,229,790; 28%); and FMS ($17,364,451; 11%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


Hamilton Sundstrand Corp. received $7,573,995 to repair the V-22 constant frequency generator. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302.1.


National Center for Defense Manufacturing & Machining (NCDMM) received $42,093,000 for manufacturing technology development and implementation for the defense industrial base.


Boeing received $321,800,000 to complete developing the base line Apache attack helicopter, and to integrate modifications.

Boeing received $247,094,589 to overhaul, repair, and recapitalize the AH-64 and H-47 airframe and weapons system.

General Electric received $14,053,374 for Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) technical, engineering, and logistics services. One bid solicited, one received.

Innovative Power Solutions received $8,725,406 to repair the H-1 helicopter engine starter. This a sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

International Enterprises Inc. received $20,565,202 to repair various IHADSS components for AH-64 pilots and crew. One bid solicited, one received.

Kollsman Inc. received $43,000,000 for Night Targeting Systems Upgrade (NTSU) and associated support for USMC. This is a sole source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) as implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $83,738,954 for R&D efforts regarding system improvement of system configuration sets for USMC’s AH-1Z and UH-1Y mission computers. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $494,999,925 for software and system development and integration onto CH-47, MH-47, MH-6, MH/UH/HH/VH-60, VH-3, MH-65 and all variants, including potential FMS requirements.

Rockwell Collins received $8,093,754 for Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) Software Maintenance on the CH-47F.

Sikorsky received $480,000,000 for spare parts for various weapon platforms, including the H-53 and H-60. This was a sole-source acquisition.


Northrop Grumman received $146,690,370 for design, development, fabrication, assembly, integration, furnishing, test and evaluation support, and documentation on E-2D systems. This was not competitively procured per FAR.6.302-1.


Compass Systems Inc. received $13,954,688 for R&D and delivery one Optical Sensor System Cargo Aircraft Roll-on/Roll-Off (OSSCAR) system developed for the C-130 A-J for the U.S. Navy ($8,372,813; 60%); U.S. Army and other DOD services/agencies ($3,488,672; 25%); and USAF ($2,093,203; 15%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $9,008,318 to help modify two HC-130J Increment 0 aircraft to an Increment 2 configuration.

Northrop Grumman received $33,404,559 for aircraft and spares to support the KC-10 program at McGuire, Travis, Hickam, and Tinker AFB; and Yokota AB.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $28,306,784 for KC-10 Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Group A and Group B kits.


Ampex Data Systems Corp. received $9,991,101 for sustainment of the current Airborne Data Recorder fleet. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Applied Research Associates Inc. received $11,728,919 for airfield operating surfaces and airfield damage repair technology development at Tyndall AFB.

Aviall Services received $7,896,669 for spare parts associated with J85 engines.

BAE Systems received $26,073,900 for up to 250 Mode 5 combined interrogator transponder kits for the U.S. Navy, Finland, and Switzerland.

Boeing received $173,500,000 for various aircraft control surface depot level repairable spare parts for the U.S. Navy. This was a sole-source acquisition. Boeing received another $173,500,000 for various Navy aircraft control surface depot level repairable spare parts. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Boeing received $29,318,485 to help sustain the P-8A MMA test aircraft, the Patuxent River System Integration Lab, and associated equipment in support of the P-8A MMA program.

Hawthorne Services Inc. received $7,235,600 for aircraft refueling services.

Moog Inc. received $9,825,365 remanufacture/modification of B-1B servo-cylinders.

Northrop Grumman received $12,211,431 to manufacture, build and test two B Kits, including Weapons Replaceable Assemblies and antennas, for future installation into the E6-B aircraft. This also provides for two B Kit Spare parts.

Northrop Grumman received $105,291,836 to provide Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures (LAIRCM) equipment and support.

Parker Hannifin received $39,111,301 to repair various F/A-18 and P-3 aircraft parts. This was sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $30,000,000 for Avionics Sustainment Engineering Services on USA’s KC-135 aircraft fleet. This is a sole-source acquisition.

ViaSat Inc. received $12,300,000 to repair MIDS used on various aircraft platforms. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).


Lockheed Martin received $22,995,000 for Aegis Weapon System and Aegis Combat System combat systems engineering, in-country support, and staging support for the navies of Japan, South Korea, and Spain.

Raytheon received $61,978,016 for two AN/SPY-1D(V) transmitter group radar system sets, missile fire control system MK 99 equipment, and engineering.


Advanced Acoustic Concepts LLC received $7,384,229 for Mission Package Computing Environment (MPCE) hardware and technical refresh, Common Mission Package Trainer hardware and technical refresh, and engineering services in support of Program Executive Office, LCS.

Atlantic Diving Supply; EDO Corp.; and Piping Systems International received a combined $35,000,000 for hardware, materials and supplies to support the littoral and mine systems and science & technology programs.

Austal USA received $11,038,412 for engineering/management services for advance planning and design in support of LCS-6 post shakedown availability.

CACI received $11,807,528 for professional support services in support of Program Executive Office, LCS.

General Dynamics received $24,161,138 for LCS sustainment execution in support of LCSs homeported in or visiting San Diego, CA.

Lockheed Martin received $13,297,144 for advance planning/design in support of USS Milwaukee (LCS 5) post-shakedown availability.

Lockheed Martin received $10,276,743 for USS Freedom (LCS-1) FY2015 dry-docking selected restricted availability, which involves depot-level maintenance and modifications that will improve the ship's military and technical capabilities.

Lockheed Martin received $8,291,108 for planning and support efforts for LCS 1 and LCS 3. This was not competitively procured.

Northrop Grumman received $31,653,045 for repair, maintenance, and modifications of AN/AQS-24 Mine Detecting System. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).


BAE Systems received $35,139,444 for USS Comstock (LSD 45) FY2015 phased maintenance availability (PMA).

Boston Ship Repair received $9,315,047 for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of the USNS Kanawha (T-AO 196).

Coltec Industries Inc. received $9,887,467 for diesel engine parts for USNS’ Big Horn (T-AO 198) & Laramie (T-AO 203) main propulsion overhauls/repairs.

Detyens Shipyards, Inc. received $15,812,647 for shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Lewis & Clark (T-AKE 1).

General Dynamics received $35,098,989 for USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) FY2015 planned incremental availability.

General Dynamics received $31,773,194 for USS America (LHA 6) FY2015 post-shakedown availability, which involves repair/improvements to the design of the ship in preparation for final trials.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,300,000 for onboard repair parts material to support outfitting Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) in Newport News, VA.

Marine Hydraulics International received $9,848,963 for USS Cole (DDG-67) FY2015 selected restricted availability.

Vigor Marine LLC received $8,730,074 for a 55-calendar day regular overhaul and dry-docking availability of the USNS Guadalupe (T-AO 200),


Astronics Test Systems Inc. received $36,402,740 for radio frequency distribution and control systems (RFDACS) and system parts.

General Dynamics received $32,621,880 for nuclear regional maintenance department (NRMD) tasks in support of operational nuclear submarines at the Naval Submarine Support Facility, New London, CT.

General Dynamics received $13,075,119 for Diesel Generator Set Detail Design, which involves designing a diesel engine and generator in support of the Ohio Replacement Program.

General Dynamics received $7,038,334 for the already accomplished procurement and manufacturing of onboard repair parts.

L-3 (KEO) received $111,794,194 for the development, first article, production and support of the Low Profile Photonics Mast (LPPM).

L-3 received $20,791,860 for six TB-29A [PDF] Compact Towed Array (CTA) production representative units to be installed on Virginia Class subs. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5); 15 U.S.C. 638 (r); and FAR 6.302-5.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $40,748,087 for Data Analysis Reporting Tool Set engineering services to collect and analyze platform, Non-Propulsion Electronics System, and C3I data for NUWC Test Program. This was not competitively procured as a Phase III follow-on SBIR contract.

Raytheon received $89,094,388 for 25 Submarine High Data Rate (SubHDR) antenna systems for USA (80%) and the UK (20%) This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Seemann Composites received $49,944,504 for various structural components for naval surface and sub-surface vessels using a proprietary Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP). This is non-competitive as SBIR Phase III follow-on.


The Navy is giving roughly $5,300,000,000 to 464 contractors to provide functional service areas: 1) R&D; 2) system engineering and process engineering; 3) modeling, simulation, stimulation and analysis; 4) prototyping, pre-production, model-making and fabric; 5) system design documentation and technical data; 6) software engineering, development, programming and network; 7) reliability, maintainability & availability; 8) human factors, performance and usability engineering; 9) system safety engineering; 10) configuration management; 11) quality assurance; 12) information system development, information assurance and IT; 13) ship inactivation/disposal; 14) interoperability, test and evaluation, trials; 15) measurement facilities, range and instrumentation; 16) acquisition logistics; 17) supply and provisioning; 18) training; 19) in-service engineering, fleet introduction, installation & checkout; 20) program support; 21) functional and admin support; and 22) public affairs and multimedia.

BAE Systems received $52,991,616 for FY2015 MK 41 VLS canister production requirements.

BAE Systems received $8,455,805 for twenty-two AN/UPX-41 (C) digital interrogators for the Navy (14) and Japan (8), and 57 Mode 5 IFF field change kits for the Navy (45) and Japan (12). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($5,808,440; 68.7%) and Japan ($2,647,365; 31.3%).

BAE Systems received $25,518,931 for technical and engineering services in support of the U.S. Navy ($23,477,416, 92%); Lockheed Martin, via a Commercial Services Agreement ($1,786,325, 7%); Australia ($153,114, 0.6%) and Japan ($102,076, 0.4%). This is a continuation of a previous contract, which supported cooperative identification, non-cooperative target recognition, air traffic control equipment, systems and subsystems.

Boeing received $11,102,857 for production and maintenance of support kits for the AN/USQ-82(V) Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplex System.

DRS Laurel Technologies received $15,513,814 for Common Display System (CDS) Technology Insertion 12 production.

General Dynamics received $46,975,870 for Technology Insertion 16 (TI-16) Multipurpose Processor (MPP) engineering services and Total Ship Monitoring Systems (TSMS) production. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5) and 15 U.S.C. 638 (r), Aid to Small Business.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $12,299,265 for LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement Program early industry involvement for preliminary design efforts.

KOAM Engineering Services Inc. received $15,812,226 to provide in-service engineering agent support for tactical data links and related systems in support of the U.S. Navy and FMS commands.

Raytheon received $33,266,731 to purchase DDG 1000 spares.

Systems Application & Technologies Inc. received $16,776,787 for support services to NAVAIR’s Air Vehicle Modification & Instrumentation Department.


  1. Carroll Associates Inc. received $6,573,962 for engineering services for vulnerability, recoverability, and hardening studies of ship structures, shipboard equipment, submarines, combatant craft, and USMC vehicles

Telephonics Corp. received $21,148,141 for up to 46 IFF Interrogators and 46 IFF Interrogator mounting trays for the Navy. Telephonics will also provide up to 12 IFF Interrogators and up to 12 IFF Interrogator mounting trays for Australia; and up to 200 hours of engineering and technical support. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1). Purchases: U.S. Navy ($16,299,381, 77%) and Australia via a MOU ($4,848,760, 23%).

Timken Gears & Services Inc. received $62,522,702 for two Main Reduction Gear (MRG) shipsets for Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) Class Destroyers.

3E Technologies International Inc. [PDF] received $9,995,697 for work on Navy-wide Critical Infrastructure Control & Monitoring System (CICMS) interface to Navy Virtual Perimeter Monitoring System. This is issued under 10 U.S.C. 2304(b)(2), as implemented by FAR 6.302-5.


BCF Solutions Inc. received $486,000,000 for force protection site security systems.


AT&T received $30,364,337 for direct mission support services in El Segundo, CA for Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC).

Atmospheric & Environmental Technologies received $9,338,025 for integrated R&D of space environment technologies.

DRS received $7,296,089 for R&D on detector array development.

United Launch Services (ULS) received $138,041,011 for FY2015 launch vehicle production services in support of configuration of one NRO Atlas V 541. This also procures backlog transportation for GPS IIF-10 and GPS IIF-11 missions as well as mission specific commodities for the MUOS-4 mission.


Abacus Technology Corp.; American Systems Corp.; Atlantic CommTech Corp.; BTAS Inc.; CDO Technologies Inc.; The Centech Group Inc.; EPS Corp.; Epsilon Systems Solutions; Indus Corp.; Intelligent Decisions Inc.; MicroTechnologies LLC; Smartronix Inc.; SMS Data Products Group Inc.; STG Inc.; Sumaria Systems Inc.; Technica Corp.; and Telos Corp. received a combined $5,790,000,000 for Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) network operations and infrastructure solutions.

AT&T received $43,587,859 for temporary telecommunications services in support of DISA throughout CONUS.

Azimuth Inc. received $12,186,000 for configuration consulting and design; system integration and testing; installation of multi-vendor compute equipment; customization of software; training; product technical support, software documentation; failure analysis; phone and web support; training materials; technical manuals; safety assessment report; logistics demonstration plan; and system fielding.

CACI, Inc. received $29,443,542 to provide Army INSCOM (at Fort Belvoir, VA) with logistics and engineering services. One bid solicited, one received.

Catapult Health Technology Group (CHTG) received $25,853,497 for IT services for the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and the Adelphi Laboratory Center.

Cognetic Technologies Inc. received $10,754,055; Geocent LLC received $10,131,795; and VSolvit LLC received $7,421,128 for software and systems engineering, development and support services to assist in the delivery and maintenance of business applications, systems, and enabling technologies.

Deloitte Consulting LLP received $7,443,792 for Army equipping enterprise systems services necessary to perform database management, software development, integration, and business process development.

General Dynamics received $36,445,076 to produce and repair all products required to support the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 1.

General Dynamics received $49,500,000 to support DOD legacy telephone systems, information systems, data processing systems, and digital communication systems from multiple manufacturers.

Glacier Technologies LLC; Abacus Technology Corp.; A&T Systems Inc.; CORDEV Inc.; Global Management Systems Inc.; Smartronix Inc.; Strategic Resources Inc.; GStek Inc.; Trowbridge & Trowbridge; Leader Communications Inc.; GC&E Systems Group; Bowhead Professional Solutions LLC; Telos Corp.; By Light Professional IT Services; and COMINT Systems Corp. received $850,000,000 for admin telephone services, IT services, and land mobile radio network management to operate/maintain CONUS network enterprise center classified & unclassified communication systems.

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $69,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the European Zone 2 region. Graybar Electric received $15,200,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations in the Northeast Region, Zone 2. This was a sole-source acquisition. Graybar Electric received $23,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Southwest Zone 1 region. This was a sole-source acquisition. Graybar Electric received $21,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the South Central Zone 1 region of the U.S. Noble Supply & Logistics received $96,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the European Zone 1 region.

SAIC received $21,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Southwest Zone 2 region. This was a sole-source acquisition.  SAIC received $12,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the South Central Zone 2 region of the U.S.  SAIC received $157,500,000 for maintenance, repair and operation, supplies and related services for South-central region, zone two.  SAIC received $15,000,000 for maintenance, repair, and operations for the Northeast Region, Zone 1. This was a sole-source acquisition.  SupplyCore Inc. received $225,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operation, supplies and related services for South-central region, zone one.

HP received $469,000,000 for global content delivery services (GCDS) at DISA-approved locations worldwide.

Kitware Inc. received $9,500,000 for R&D on the DOD Computational Model Builder. One bid solicited, one received.

NAVGeo received $30,000,000 for Geographic Information Systems (GIS), professional surveying, and mapping services in eastern CONUS and worldwide.

Netcentrics Corp. received $18,185,917 for management services for the Army Corps of Engineers IT hardware catalog, integration services, and purchase of IT equipment and accessories.

NetCentrics Corp. received $10,259,670 for IT operations back office support for the Office of SECDEF, WHS, WHS-supported organizations, and PFPA.

Nisga’a Data Systems received $17,557,500 for 3,500 Riverbed Steelhead wide area network (WAN) optimization product software licenses, technical support and systems maintenance, and for five Cascade Express software licenses.

Northrop Grumman received $35,000,000 for information processing for decision-making data in support of AFRL partners, ACC, and 35th Information Squadron.

Sprint Communications received $10,192,627 for cellular phone services for the Army Human Resources Command and its subordinate commands.

Thales Defense & Security, Inc. and Harris Corp. received $3,885,119,045 for rifleman radios and associated services.

Oasis Systems LLC received $12,000,000; Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $12,400,000; P E Systems Inc. received $8,500,000; Quantech Services Inc. received $11,700,000 to provide advisory and assistance support to Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units and operating locations (Odyssey’s work includes: Peterson AFB; Hanscom AFB; and Dahlgren, VA. Oasis’ work includes: Langley AFB; Topeka, KS; and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. P E Systems’ work includes: Hanscom AFB; Langley AFB; Washington, DC; and Wright-Patterson AFB. Quantech’s work includes: Hanscom AFB; Langley AFB; and FMS locations). Corporate entities provide support for development, acquisition, integrations, test, and deployment & sustainment of C4ISR enterprise systems in support of R&D and production activities. This involves FMS.

Oasis Systems LLC received $8,900,000 and Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $8,800,000 to provide advisory and assistance support to Hanscom AFB and its geographically separated units (including Oasis at Langley AFB). Oasis and Odyssey will support development, acquisition, integration, test, and deployment and sustainment of C4ISR enterprise systems in support of R&D and production activities. The latter corporation is involved with FMS.


ATK, Inc. received $25,952,000 for Common Munition Built-in-Test Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE) logistics support for the USAF, Navy, and FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

BAE Systems received $8,005,044 for industrial wastewater treatment facility expansion design at Holston Army Ammunition Plant.

Battelle Memorial Institute received $24,917,774 for the Common Analytical Laboratory Systems engineering manufacturing and development effort.

HX5 LLC received $24,162,581 for advisory and assistance services for the Munitions Division and the Range Systems Branch to support USAF Life Cycle Management Center.

Northrop Grumman received $7,300,000 for work on the integrated air and missile defense battle command system.

Raytheon received $517,300,000 for Evolved Seasparrow Missile (ESSM) Block 2 engineering and manufacturing development requirements for the U.S. Navy (40%), Australia (16.51%), Canada (13.77%), Germany (6.44%), the Netherlands (5%), Denmark (4.56%), Norway (4.56%), Turkey (4.56%), Spain (2.5%), Greece (1.5%), and Portugal (.6%), as part of Seasparrow Consortium.

Raytheon received $9,938,568 for 24 Captive Air Training Missile AIM-120D guidance section spares (production lots 28 and 29).

Raytheon received $17,927,191 for integrated air and missile defense component plug and flight A-kit support requirements in Huntsville, AL.

Raytheon received $18,881,908 for PATRIOT performance-based logistics support for inventory management, and the repair/replacement of 136 national stock numbers and part numbers.

Raytheon received $559,206,957 for 44 SM-3 Block IB all-up rounds and related activities. Raytheon will produce/deliver third stage rocket motor reliability growth/design enhancements. One offer solicited, one received.

Systima Technologies received $12,500,000 for stand-off precision guided munitions (SOPGM) precision strike capability. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Dynamic Aviation Group (DAG) received $39,218,969 to buy six DHC 8-315 from de Havilland Canada in the Saturn Arch and Desert Owl configuration.


BAE received $6,640,878 for system technical support and sustainment system technical support for Bradley vehicles.

General Dynamics received $8,026,367 for tank fire control switchboards. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Gleason Research Assoc. Inc. received $10,000,000 for modeling and simulation of vehicle protection systems.

Ibis Tek LLC received $9,721,601 for 58-gallon and 78-gallon armor b-kits for medium tactical vehicles.

Jacobs Technology received $7,041,666 for test support services to include materiel testing (i.e., vehicle, armor, etc.) for the Aberdeen test center.

Kaydon Corp.; JBK Manufacturing; and Rotek Inc. received $39,582,000 for the turret slew ring for the Joint Manufacturing & Technology Center, Rock Island, IL.

Navistar Defense received $31,199,783 to reset and upgrade the MRAP family of vehicles to Code-A standards.

Navistar Defense received $17,522,057 for seven MRAP MaxxPro Dash hardware kits for vehicle standardization/reset. One bid solicited, one received.


American Rheinmetall Munition received $6,639,924 for 40mm day/night practice cartridges. This is sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

DRS Network & Imaging Systems LLC received $6,858,907 to support research into uncooled infrared manufacturing technology.

Northrop Grumman received $38,712,496 for continued software development, maintenance, and training on the Counter-Rocket Artillery Mortar (C-RAM) Command & Control System.

Stanley Assoc. received $8,640,071 for sustainment of Army prepositioned stock in Rock Island, Illinois; Charleston, South Carolina; Afghanistan; South Korea; Italy; Germany; Kuwait; and Qatar. One bid was solicited, one received.


Golden Manufacturing Co. received $55,993,905 for Army coats.


AEgis Technologies Group Inc. received $6,720,457 to build upon an earlier contract, which was for Air Force Modeling & Simulation Training Toolkit command & control and training environment modification; third party enhancements and integration; and information systems security engineering. This new addition focuses on primary R&D activities, change requests, architecture modernization, and software engineering activities.


Bechtel National, Inc. received $1,340,391,614 for Agent Operations of the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP). This includes facility design, construction, equipment acquisition, systemization, pilot testing, operations, and closure of the plant to destroy the chemical weapons stockpile stored at the depot.

Chemring Detection Systems (CDS) received $14,934,533 for a Joint Biological Tactical Detection System.


Delta Coals received $7,857,690 for bituminous coal deliveries.

Calumet San Antonio Refining received $36,393,732 for turbine fuel. Epic Aviation LLC received $26,699,712 for jet fuel. Petro Air Inc. (Aguadilla, Puerto Rico) received $9,500,101 for jet fuel. Total Petroleum Puerto Rico Corp. received $10,959,612 for fuel. Signature Flight Support Corporation-KHSV, $9,631,560; Signature Flight Support Corporation-KAUS, $6,877,758; and Signature Flight Support, $6,681,488 will provide jet fuel. These were sole-source acquisitions.

Interstate Electrical Contractors received $10,988,000 to increase the Ft. Randall, SD, switchyard bus from 1,200 Amp rating to 2,000 Amp rating.

CIMA Energy Ltd. received $6,618,966; IGI Resources, Inc. received $10,128,665; Tiger Natural Gas, Inc. received $14,782,044 for natural gas.


AMG Healthcare Services; Cherokee Nation Healthcare Services; Distinctive Spectrum Healthcare JV; Medforce Government Solutions; Saratoga Medical Center; SPDS, Inc.; and Team Placement Services received a combined $98,954,423 for dental services.

Belmont Instrument Corp. received $19,658,018 for fluid warmers, accessories and repair parts. Gaumard Scientific Company Inc. received $8,513,660 for medical simulators and accessories.

Deloitte Consulting, LLP received $7,959,914 for highly specialized services for engineering management support of all programs and projects across Defense Health Clinical Systems (DHCS) and Theater Medical Information Program – Joint (TMIP-J) product lines and software applications.

Global Dynamics, LLC; VetFed Resources, Inc.; and Washington-Harris Group, Inc. received a combined $193,605,129 for various ancillary services to include Allied Health, technician, technologist, and assistant labor bands at military treatment facilities in northeastern USA.

Health Net Federal Services received $2,970,428,722 to extend TRICARE North Region Managed Health Care Support.

Henry Schein Inc. received $28,500,000 for dental and medical supplies. Inficon Inc. received $46,800,000 for medical items and accessories.

Leidos, Inc. received $21,404,370 to sustain the current, legacy electronic health record (EHR) systems, ALHTA and CHCS.

MAQ Diversified Inc.; Matrix Providers Inc.; Potomac Healthcare Solutions; Med Pros Group LLC; and Dilligas Corp. received a combined $28,339,864 for various ancillary services to include Allied Health, technician, technologist, and assistant labor bands at military treatment facilities in western USA.

Sandoz Inc. received $13,435,871 for pharmaceuticals.


American Overseas Marine Corp. received $16,908,829 for operation and maintenance of seven large, medium speed roll-on/roll-off ships, which support deployed military forces worldwide.

Bighorn Airways, Inc. and Omni Air Transport received $61,287,954 for Domestic Charter Airlift Services. Corporate Flight Management received $61,287,954 for Domestic Charter Airlift Services.

Menlo Worldwide Government Services received $134,673,605 for freight transportation arrangement services throughout CONUS.


Environmental Rail Solutions, Inc.; Aleut World Solutions, LLC; Penguin Logistics LLC; and Pika International, Inc. received $225,000,000 to transport and dispose of varying types of radiological waste.

HDR Environmental received $75,000,000 for implementation and management of the Navy’s marine species monitoring program in NAVFAC Atlantic & Pacific.


Cantu Services Inc. received $8,532,462 for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, full-food service. Labatt Food Service received $10,257,034 for full line food distribution in TX and NM. This was a sole-source acquisition. Louisiana Workforce Commission received $9,581,526 for full food service for the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Polk.

Royal Food Service received $94,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually consist of a combination of: facility management & investment, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance & landscaping, janitorial services, management & admin, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

BBH Consulting Inc. received $9,900,000 to support the Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC) with tasks for depot maintenance at Hill AFB.

Crew MW LLC received $9,200,000 for all plant, labor, materials and equipment, and all operations in connection with Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineering Requirements (SABER) at Eglin AFB.

Didlake Inc. received $7,947,400 for custodial services at NAS Oceana, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, and Norfolk Naval Shipyard and outlying clinics in the Hampton Roads Area. This is sole-source to a SourceAmerica participating nonprofit agency pursuant to the Javits-Wagner-O’Day Act and FAR Part 8.

EMCOR Government Services received $24,365,827 for base services facilities maintenance operations at Ft. Huachuca, AZ.

Goodwill Industries received $7,093,638 for grounds maintenance services at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Immixtechnology Inc. received $39,169,546 for Business Activity Monitoring Services, which allow ID of improper payments across legacy payment systems.

Presidio Municipal Services Agency received $8,749,233 for Presidio of Monterey/Defense Manpower Data Center Base Operations Support Services and ancillary sites.

Quaternary Resource Investigations (QRI) received $40,000,000 for debris management. One bid solicited, one received.

URS Federal Services Inc. received $21,235,209 for maintenance, supply, and transportation support to the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Polk.


Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. received $45,000,000 and Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received $45,000,000 for architectural/engineering services for the Army and ANG nationwide to include Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and the District of Columbia.

Pond & Co. received $45,000,000 for architectural/engineering services for the Army and Air National Guard in USA, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.

Tutor Perini Corp. received $21,640,516 for house revitalization, Phase II at Lockwood Terrace, Naval Base, Guam.


ABBA Construction, Inc.; Nelson Construction; Bay Area Building Solutions; R.M. Williams Construction; EMR, Inc.; and Danner Construction received a combined $150,000,000 for construction projects at MacDill AFB and Avon Park Air Force Range. Homeland Security Construction was later added to this funding effort.

Advanced Construction Techniques received $8,513,221 for construction of Rough River Phase 1B, Exploratory Drilling & Grouting in Falls of Rough, KY.

CAM-NVE JV; Dawn Inc.; Diversified Facility Solutions; Doyon Management Services; H2L1-CSC JV; PCI-BBCS LLC; PPW Builders and J&S Construction Co. JV; and RDT-Semper Tek JV received a cumulative $100,000,000 for maintenance and construction work at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Cashman Equipment Corp. received $8,276,236 for North Jetty repairs encompassing Newburyport Harbor and Salisbury, MA.

Clark Construction Group received $40,737,000 for construction of the East Campus parking garage 1, Ft. Meade.

ControlPoint Surveying received $7,500,000 for topographic, hydrographic, cadastral, and pavement condition surveys at NAVFAC Pacific locations.

Costello Construction of Maryland received $10,175,000 to build a parking garage for the Center for Cyber Security at the U.S. Naval Academy.

Ecology & Environment Inc. received $15,000,000 for base development planning and engineering services for Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) and Range Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (RAICUZ) studies for various locations throughout NAVFAC Atlantic and worldwide.

Gahagan & Bryant Assoc. received $12,000,000 for architectural/engineering support to the National Planning Center of Excellence Coastal Storm Management Service.

Healtheon Inc. received $7,168,255 to replace pumps at the Harvey Sector Gate in Harvey, LA.

Hensel Phelps Construction received $62,493,027 to build a hangar, parking apron, and taxiway for one MV-22 squadron at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Insight Pacific LLC received $20,517,728 to repair and renovate AMC passenger terminal at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Macro-Z Technology Co. received $17,092,932 for initial construction of the Joint Regional Deployment Processing Center, March Air Reserve Base, CA.

Manson Construction Co. received $39,520,500 for construction and dredging in and around the inner coastal waterway and St. John’s River in Jacksonville, FL.

Mirador Enterprises Inc. received $9,000,000 for construction services around Holloman AFB. Mirador Enterprises Inc.; Mesa Verde Enterprises Inc.; Dawn Inc./McTech Corp. JV; R-Con Construction Inc.; and E-Corp. received a combined $15,000,000 for construction around Holloman AFB.

Mortenson Gurnley received $91,000,000 to build a multistory office building on Ft. Meade.

Nova Group Inc. received $21,288,300 for replacing a hydrant fueling system at Holloman AFB.

RQ-Berg JV received $25,333,000 to design/build Camp Wilson infrastructure upgrades at USMC Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms.

SAI-Talon JV received $13,097,800 to build four flight line fill stands at Luke AFB.

Schultz & Assoc. Architects received $10,000,000 to design military projects for repair and/or construction for the National Guard Bureau, Bismarck, ND.

SGS LLC received $13,977,664 to design/build a flight control tower at Ft. Bliss.

Stronghold Engineering Inc. received $7,377,218 to repair communication infrastructure cabling systems damaged by wildfires at Camp Pendleton.

TW Metals received $200,000,000 for metals tailored logistics support for the Southeast region.

Turner Construction received $28,263,125 to design/build the collaboration center, visitors screening facility, and repository at Redstone Arsenal.

Walsh Group Ventures received $11,319,000 for construction of air traffic control tower and supporting facilities at Gray's Army Airfield, JBLM.

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

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

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

***To avoid competitive bidding, DOD invokes 10 U.S.C. 2304, FAR 6.302, and FAR 8.405-6. DOD also invokes 15 U.S.C. 638 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with small businesses.

Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran. His writing has been featured in CounterPunch and Media Roots.

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  1. “Security” and “Defense” certainly are BIG business. I wonder about the ownership/board of directors of some of these no bid/single source contracts. Early in the Iraq war, Halliburton got a no-bid contract to transport 10,000 gal. of propane from Kuwait to Baghdad for $25,000,000, reported in the “Houston Chronicle”. I ask a friend of mine who has a propane co. what he would charge to transport 10,000 gal. 500 mi. He said his co. would deliver 2,000 gal. 30 mi. for 1.89 a gal. + 17.00 flat rate delivery charge – “Halliburton could have bought the gas and a tanker jet and flown it from the USA, made a lot of money and owned the jet”. Chaney was the Sec. of Defense during Bush the Wimp’s war, Halliburton Chair during Clinton’s Admin., VP and a billionaire during the Bush/Chaney wars.
    Still, many argue about what happened on 9/11. There is no argument about what has happened since, and who has gained from the horrors of that day: Huge defense contracts, America and Americans hated and feared around the world, 20 trillion debt by 2016, Balkanization of the Middle-East, 3 million innocent deaths and the wholesale destruction of stable countries 100,000 deaths projected from the dust, Bill of Rights gutted, America’s middle class gutted. Perhaps the single silver lining: The illusion of America’s democratic process may finally be revealed. But, who cares? America seems comfortable as National Socialists.

    • Marvin,
      ““Security” and “Defense” certainly are BIG business …”- Thus, wars; the War Business.

      ” I wonder about the ownership/board of directors of some of these no bid/single source contracts…”- Welcome to the ever-revolving doors in the United States. They bid for the generals/high-level bureaucrats and …

    • steven hobbs says:

      Hi Marvin,
      “America seems comfortable as National Socialists.” — ???

      Yep, the Bill of Rights (more important than the Constitution) doesn’t hold cops back on the street. What is meant by the above quotation?

      I personally, don’t care for nationalism, nor do I care for Third Reich’s ‘socialism,’ and Amerigo Vespucci was a single individual. Confused here.

  2. steven hobbs says:

    Hi Mathew,
    OMG! Thank you. And, I thought I had a sense for what’s happening, alas.

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