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

DOD spent $23,818,375,056+ on 223 individual contracts in May 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 $23,818,375,056 on 223 individual contracts during May 2015. This amount does not include 13 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $2,240,501,404.


General Atomics received $23,075,907 for 72 MQ-9 Block 20A Lynx SAR retrofit kits for the MQ-9 aircraft.

General Atomics received $37,962,062 for 64 MQ-9 Electrical Safety Improvement Program retrofit kits on 64 AFSOC, ACC, and ANG Block 1 aircraft.

General Atomics received $72,068,072 for eight additional MQ-9 Block 5 production configuration aircraft.

General Atomics received $84,838,567 for Gray Eagle performance-based logistics product support for Block 1 program of record and quick reaction capability.

L-3 Communications received $8,775,683 for MQ-9 organic depot activation logistics support analysis. This is a sole-source acquisition.

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

AM General received $16,569,379 to provide Iraq with 150 M1152 HMMWV and contractor spare parts. In December 2014, Mexico received over 2,000 HMWMV.

ATK received $14,173,202 for logistic support for Iraq’s Cessna 208B fleet.

Colt received $36,104,812 to provide Jordan, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Colombia, Hungary, Oman, Panama, Romania, Senegal, and Lebanon with M4/M4A1 carbines.

Conti Federal Services received $10,200,967 for concrete replacement building in Tel Aviv, Israel.

General Dynamics received $69,762,481 to provide Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Iraq with the Hydra-70 rocket system.

General Electric received $2,001,101,104 for the T700 701D/401C engine in support of U.S. military and Taiwan, and other government agency program requirements. One bid was solicited with one received.

Insitu Inc. received $10,919,060 to provide Iraq with support ISR services and force protection services.

Lockheed Martin received $12,037,639 to provide Saudi Arabia with Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor (M-TADS/PNVS) post-production support on AH-64 Apaches. One bid solicited, one received.

Orbital ATK Inc. received $26,134,804 to provide Lebanon one COTS Cessna 208B Caravan with upgrades to its cockpit, avionics, engines, countermeasures, missile warning system, infrared, data link, and wings (for holding Hellfire missiles). This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $6,959,530 to provide the UAE an additional 138 man-months of PATRIOT technical assistance on ground support equipment.

SAIC received $7,619,234 for systems and computer resources support for the Aviation & Missile Research Development and Engineering Center, software engineering directorate, RDECOM. This is an addition to an earlier FMS contract (Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, CAR, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany). SAIC then received $17,407,069 to provide FMS (Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, CAR, Chad, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany) systems and computer support for the Aviation & Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center, Software Engineering Directorate, REDCOM.

Textron received $11,512,123 to provide Afghanistan with logistics support (a continuation of earlier contract for the One System Remote Video Terminal).


Young & Rubicam Inc. (Y&R) received $84,425,403 for advertising and marketing services in support of the Navy Recruiting Advertising Program.


Michael Baker Jr. Inc. received $48,000,000 for architectural/engineering services for DHS.


AAR Airlift Group Inc. received $13,311,544 for fixed-wing aircraft, personnel, equipment, maintenance and supervision necessary to perform passenger and cargo air transportation service in Afghanistan.

Quantitech Inc. received $9,999,908 for systems engineering, test and evaluation, and computer resources supporting C-RAM in Iraq and Afghanistan with capability to integrate with Air & Missile Defense Planning & Control System.

SOS International received $36,000,000 for base life support at Camp Taji, Iraq.

Sterlingwear of Boston Inc. received $22,845,900 for Afghanistan National Army (ANA) field jackets.


Advanced Mission Systems; Barbaricum LLC; Black Tree Group LLC; METIS Solutions LLC; Silverback7 Inc.; Universal Strategy Group Inc.; and WinTec Arrowmaker Inc. received $48,000,000 for special warfare technical support.

RQ Construction LLC received $45,104,149 to construct a Special Operations Battalion operations facility at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.


A-T Solutions has received $24,477,700 for Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) operations support.


Alutiiq Technical Services; De La Fuente Construction; Iyabak Construction LLC; Virtual Computing Technology; and Windy Bay Services LLC received a combined $90,000,000 for worldwide passive security barrier services.

Alutiiq Pacific LLC; Securityhunter Inc.; and Split Pine Technologies LLC received a cumulative $33,000,000 for physical security access control at Navy shore installations worldwide, including joint bases assigned to the Navy.


MIT received $11,085,634 for work on DARPA’s Living Foundries: 1000 Molecules program.


Alion Science & Technology Corp.; Booz Allen Hamilton; DCS Corp.; Jacobs Technology Inc.; Raytheon Co.; SAIC; VSE Corp.; CDQ JV; FEDITC LLC; Hodges Transportation Inc.; Loc Performance Products Inc.; Middle Bay Solutions LLC; Northwind-Jacobs JV; PD Systems Inc.; Quantum Research International Inc.; Select Engineering Services; The Service Engineering Co.; Waltonen Engineering Inc.; WestWind Aerospace Inc. received a combined $634,000,000 for R&D services to include services for the purpose of creating and developing new processes or products.

Sierra Nevada Corp. received $16,452,253 “for prevent, enhance, and protect” R&D.


General Electric received $105,000,000 for Adaptive Engine Technology Development (to mature aircraft engine technologies). This is a continuation of earlier contracts. United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $105,000,000 for Adaptive Engine Technology Development (to mature aircraft engine technologies).


Lockheed Martin received $19,454,226 to work on DARPA’s Tactical Boost Glide program.


United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $7,643,131 for long-lead items for LRIP Lot X engines (CTOL and STOVL) for the U.S. Navy ($7,444,443; 97.4%) and USAF ($198,688; 2.6%).


Bell/Boeing JPO received $38,453,181 for V-22 repair parts. One firm was solicited, and one offer was received per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $9,540,000 for repairs on H-53 and V-22 aircraft. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.


Airbus received $24,012,980 for mission equipment packages to be cut into Lakota production line as part of the Army Aviation Restructure Initiative for training aircraft.

Dillon Aero received $13,987,456 for M134D weapons system spare parts for CH-47, UH-60, MI-17, and OH-6 helicopters.

L-3 Communications received $56,182,753 for logistics and depot level services on 119 TH-57 aircraft in support of the Naval Air Training Command’s Undergraduate Helicopter Pilot Training Program at NAS Whiting Field.

Lockheed Martin received $8,463,768 to integrate software modifications of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast into Embedded GPS/Inertial Guidance units in support of the MH-60 R/S aircraft for the U.S. Navy ($7,472,598; 88%); Australia ($693,819; 8%); and Denmark ($297,351; 4%).

Textron received $16,947,176 for engineering and technical field services to H-1 aircraft airframes, avionics, electrical power plant systems, and associated equipment. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.


Boeing received $14,630,235 for aircraft armament equipment (AAE) items for F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G.

Boeing received $8,007,259 for engineering and logistics support to improve readiness, expand interactive electronic technical manual and structural repair manual work packages, and maintenance planning for F/A-18A-F and E/A-18G.

L-3 Communications received $11,802,260 to update the F/A-18C/D Footprint Reduction/Storage Area Network.

Northrop Grumman received $7,335,202 for F/A-18 door repair configurations. One firm solicited, one offer received in accordance with FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems received $54,809,408 for 42 NSNs supporting the joint helmet mounted cueing system (JHMCS). This sole source per 10 USC 2304(c)(1) involves some unnamed FMS. (An earlier deal included FMS to Canada, Chile, Pakistan, Portugal, Thailand, and Iraq.)


Exelis received $7,148,864 for test program sets for the CN-1717/A interference cancellation system (INCANS), weapon replaceable assembly, shop replaceable assemblies, circuit card assemblies and training for ongoing support in establishing the repair depot at NSWC Crane.

Northrop Grumman received $7,671,202 to repair the Advanced Hawkeye system used on the E-2D. One firm was solicited for this sole source requirement; one offer received per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $11,602,950 for systems/software engineering on ALQ-227 communication countermeasures sets for USA’s EA-18G ($10,442,655; 90%), and Australia ($1,160,295; 10%). This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.


Archer Wester Federal JV received $13,686,000 to construct the KC-46A regional maintenance training facility in Wichita, KS.

USfalcon Inc. received $41,917,346 for management and professional services, engineering, technical services, and other contract requirements in support of the KC-46 division and the legacy tanker (KC-135/KC-10) division.


Boeing received $118,148,562 to provide the U.S. Navy ($92,207,908; 78%) and Australia ($25,940,654; 22%) with P-8A training systems and materials.

Boeing received $21,252,474 for additional long-lead items for manufacture and delivery of nine full-rate production Lot II P-8A MMA aircraft.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $24,788,109 for direction finders, radio tuner panels, and high frequency radio shipsets for the U.S. Navy (47) and Australia (16), in support of the P-8A. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1).


Airborne Tactical Advantage Co. (ATAC) received $41,755,853 to support the Contracted Air Services program, which provides Type III High Subsonic and Type IV Supersonic aircraft to the U.S. Navy.

Applied Research Associates Inc.; Booz Allen Hamilton; Calnet Inc.; EOIR Technologies Inc.; Imperatis Corp.; Integration Innovation Inc.; and Leidos Inc. received $49,937,742 for persistent surveillance – ISR concepts R&D.

Armtec Countermeasures Co. received $23,136,114 for 486,600 M206, 34,059 MJU-10/B, and 57,720 MJU-7A/B counter measure flares. Kilgore Flares Co. received $19,809,054 for 324,200 M206, 22,896 MJU-10, and 85,260 MJU-7A/B countermeasure flares.

Aviall Services Inc. received $9,850,657 to add 71 new national stock numbers to a previous contract for spare parts associated with the J85 engine platform.

Boeing received $15,792,708 for depot maintenance/modifications on the E-4B.

Chromalloy Southwest received $8,629,810 to remanufacture the TF33 first-stage turbine nozzle vanes (presumably for B-52 upgrades).

DHPC Technologies Inc. received $12,692,868 for developing advanced prototype aircraft survivability equipment hardware and techniques, and modifying and retrofitting existing fielded production systems.

Dyncorp International received $8,987,464 for aviation maintenance in Regional Aviation Sustainment Management-West.

Hamill Manufacturing Co. received $6,608,140 for air barrel assembly in support of aircraft launch and recovery equipment.

King Aerospace Inc. received $12,160,474 for logistics services in support of C-9B aircraft, including base site operations, depot planned maintenance interval inspections and engine shop visits at MCAS Cherry Point.

Moog Inc. received $18,995,057 to repair and overhaul B-2 hydraulic servoactuators at Tinker AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

M7 Aerospace received $13,354,491 for logistics on 12 Navy/USMC UC-35 and 7 Navy C-26 aircraft at nine global locations including MCAS Futenma (15%); NAS Sigonella (10%); NSA Naples (10%); Al Udeid (5%); Moron (5%).

Northrop Grumman received $401,000,000 to continue support (started on separate contracts) for spares, repairs and engineering services. “This does not currently involve FMS, but it may in the future.” This is a sole-source acquisition.

Trandes Corp. received $11,572,942 for technical and in-service engineering support services for the Marine Air Traffic Control and Landing System, Air Traffic Controls and Landing Systems, and Mobile Fixed/Tactical Fixed Systems.

TCT (Paradigm) received $9,789,045 for aircraft parts. This was a sole-source contract.

StandardAero Inc. received $9,584,280 for maintenance/repair of T-56 Series III propulsion system, modules, quick engine change kit and components for P-3, C-130, and C-2 aircraft. This was a limited competition per FAR 6.302-2.


IXI Technology (IXI) received $11,500,000 for hardware equipment to include critical Navy tactical data systems (NTDS), interface boards, adapter module and cables, peripherals replacement systems equipment simulators, NTDS IO Analyzers and PowerNet Converters. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Lockheed Martin received $13,652,476 for fiscal 2015 Aegis Modernization (AMOD) production requirements.

Lockheed Martin received $69,690,095 to develop and test of the Japan Aegis Modernization baseline computer programs and equipment.

SAIC received $8,390,906 for engineering support on the program executive office for integrated warfare systems for AEGIS and AEGIS fleet readiness, FMS, Future Combat Systems, and DDG 1000 for the U.S. Navy (80%); Japan (8%); Australia (5%); South Korea (3%); Spain (2%); Mexico (1%); and Norway (1%).


General Dynamics received $11,273,299 for LCS maintenance sustainment support in San Diego, CA.


BAE Systems received $36,956,038 for USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) FY2015 selected restricted availability with emergent docking, which includes maintenance and modifications that will update military and technical capabilities.

General Dynamics received $36,432,599 for maintenance, modernization, and repair of USS Mitscher (DDG 57).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $7,600,000 for onboard repair parts material procurement to support outfitting CVN 78.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $14,524,779 for DDG 51 class follow yard services (FYS), which provides liaison; technical support; engineering, design, and configuration management; systems engineering team and turnkey, and crew indoctrination and orientation.

ManTech Systems Engineering Corp. received $21,345,857 for specific systems operation, sustainment and support services for the Navy Ship Maintenance & Logistics Information Systems (SMLIS) program, which is managed by NAVSEA’s program management office for information technology.

Vigor Industrial received $11,979,903 for overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Richard E. Byrd (T-AKE 4) in Portland, OR.


General Dynamics (Electric Boat) received $46,428,897 for planning efforts needed to conduct maintenance, upgrades, and modernization efforts on USS Montpelier (SSN 765) submarine during its interim dry docking period.

Lockheed Martin received $15,995,389 for technical engineering, life cycle support and repair of Ohio-class submarine data processing subsystem (DPS) equipment and systems. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

Massa Products Corp. received $10,599,200 for DT-574 series hydrophones to be delivered to the Navy stock system.

Mikel Inc. received $8,754,060 for research and combat system development and processing for Navy submarines.

Ocenco Inc. received $10,462,500 firm- to provide up to 97,550 EEBD (PDF), up to 750 training units, and up to 250 EEBD instructional videos with training materials for the Extreme Environment Life Support Program.

Systems Engineering Associates Corp. received $19,778,516 for engineering services for continued development of the Extensible Markup Language Test Data Analysis Tool (XTDAS) on all deployed U.S. Navy subs.


BAE Systems received $27,458,219 for 6,360 57mm high explosive pre-fragmented, programmable proximity-fuzed cartridges (for MK 110 MOD 0). This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

BAE Systems received $29,967,408 for six OE-120(A)/UPX antenna groups (for use on DDG 119 through DDG 122, and LHA 8 class ships; and for MDA). This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Bechtel Inc. received $42,183,466 for naval nuclear propulsion components.

Engility Corp. received $23,939,937 for additional systems engineering and technical services for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Software Engineering & Acquisition Management Division. Purchases: U.S. Navy ($23,124,684; 96.5%); Taiwan ($359,099; 1.5%); Thailand ($239,399; 1%); Norway ($108,378, 0.46%); Australia ($15,483, 0.06%); UK ($30,965, 0.14%); Brazil ($8,847, 0.05%); Canada ($8,847, 0.05%); Denmark ($8,847, 0.05%); Germany ($8,847, 0.05%); Japan ($8,847, 0.05%); Pakistan ($8,847, 0.05%); and South Korea ($8,847, 0.05%).

Kato Engineering Inc. received $12,188,470 for ship service turbine generators and associated installation and training support.

Linear Photonics received $7,507,518 for spare parts used in the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program, Block 2. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Lockheed Martin received $34,211,960 for engineering services, travel and other direct costs to support AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 surface ship undersea warfare system and shore site development systems.

Lockheed Martin received $27,283,219 to produce seven TB-37 multi-function towed array (MFTA) production units, tow cables, electro-optical slip rings, drogues and shipping products for the U.S. (86%) and Japan (14%).

Lockheed Martin received $22,136,247 for undersea warfare (USW) product support (includes integrated logistics, training conduct, equipment alteration and installation, fleet support, and life cycle supportability across USW system programs) and installation services across USW Systems. This is a sole source procurement per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

L-3 Communications received $14,032,315 for MK 20 electro-optical sensor systems (EOSS PDF), radar cross-section kits, support, and engineering.

MAR Inc. received $35,000,000 for operation, maintenance and repair of M/V Independence [owned by the Naval Facilities Engineering & Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC)]. Specific tasks include providing crewing and engineering necessary for EXWC to support its offshore missions from the M/V Independence.

Mercury Systems Inc. received $7,132,822 for AN/SLQ-32(V)6 component spares. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

Pima Valve Inc. received $7,655,805 for Navy standard valves.


Alpha-Omega Change Engineering; Boecore Inc.; PeopleTec Inc.; and Summit Technical Solutions received $496,000,000 for advisory and assistance services for Army Space & Missile Defense Command and Army Forces Strategic Command (SMDC/ARSTRAT) and supported agencies for various missions.

Exelis Inc. received $29,500,000 for maintenance and system upgrade on worldwide satellite communications equipment supporting SMDC/ARSTRAT.

Insight Public Sector (IPS) received $156,106,996 to renew existing software assurance and Microsoft software licenses for Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific).

L-3 Communications received $18,207,336 to accelerate the military GPS user equipment (MGUE) program through adding pre-prototype receiver card deliveries and test support activities to enable faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers to the warfighter.

L-3 Communications received $28,922,000 for work on the Wide Area 6-Degree Payload build and test phase for the Army Research Lab.

Lockheed Martin received $735,514,938 for sustainment of AEHF, Milstar, and Defense Satellite Communications System III. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $12,454,485 to assure implementation of testing capabilities for launch of GPS III.

LinQuest Corp. received $42,000,000 to provide advisory and assistance services to Los Angeles AFB’s Space Superiority Directorate’s Advanced Systems and Space Situational Awareness divisions.

LinQuest Corp. received $7,884,935 for satellite operations support services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

TASC received $66,991,234 to provide horizontal integration, test and verification across the Enterprise; maintain and evolve technical baseline; and perform additional systems engineering tasks and analyses at Los Angeles AFB.


Adams Communication & Engineering Technology Inc.; Battelle Memorial Institute; Booz Allen Hamilton; CACI; DHPC Technologies Inc.; EOIR Technologies Inc.; Leidos Inc.; Praxis Engineering Technologies; and Sotera Defense Solutions Inc. received $994,675,676 for technical information engineering services.

AMEWAS, Inc. received $48,000,068 for technical support services in support of the Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c) (1).

Army Fleet Support; BAE Systems; Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corp. (BRTRC); Booz Allen Hamilton; DUCOM Inc.; DynCorp; Vectrus Systems Corp.; Honeywell Technology Solutions; Jacobs Technology Inc.; Lockheed Martin; Mantech; PD Systems Inc.; Qualis Corp.; SAIC; Strategic Resources Inc.; Systems Products & Solutions Inc.; URS Federal Services; VSE Corp.; Integrated Logistics Solutions Inc.; and SFS Global/Tiburon JV received a $1,100,000,000 for equipment related services.

Arrowpoint Corp. received $7,779,851 for the Reserve Component Manpower System Suite.

AT&T; BAE Systems; Booz Allen Hamilton; Computer Sciences Corp.; Federal Network Systems LLC; General Dynamics; Harris IT Services Corp.; HP; IBM; LGS Innovations LLC; Lockheed Martin; L-3; NCI Information Systems Inc.; Northrop Grumman; Black Box Network Services; Raytheon; SAIC; SRA International Inc.; Telos Corp.; and URS Federal Services Inc. received $7,910,000,000 for Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) network operations and infrastructure solutions.

BAE Systems; Baum, Romstedt Technology Research Corp.; Booz Allen Hamilton; CALIBRE Systems Inc.; Camber Corp.; D & S Consultants Inc.; DCS Corp.; IBM; Jacobs Technology Inc.; Mantech; PD Systems Inc.; SAIC; Strategic Resources Inc.; URS Federal Services Inc.; Vencore Services & Solutions Inc.; Wyle Laboratories Inc.; Accent Controls Inc.; C2D JV; DS3 Solutions LLC; DUCOM Inc.; FEDITC LLC; Middle Bay Solutions; Northwind-Jacobs JV; Tecmasters Inc.; United Support Services; and WS3 LLC received a $1,800,000,000 “for knowledge based service-type requirements.”

BAE Systems received $6,854,158 to operate and maintain Navy communication, electronic, and computer systems in Oahu, USA, and Geraldton.

Boeing received $15,008,500 to provide airborne broadband satellite communications enterprise service for U.S. senior leaders conducting official travel on AMC and ACC aircraft fleets.

By Light Professional IT Services received $15,417,372 for a 10-year indefeasible right of use of dark fiber.

CDO Technologies; Lowry Solutions Inc.; and SRA International Inc. received $181,000,000 for automatic identification technology data communications, hardware, software, documentation, and incidental services, to include technical engineering services, training and warranty to government users worldwide.

Insight Public Sector Inc. received $30,934,596 and $18,401,694 to procure Microsoft enterprise licenses and support, known as software assurance.

KOAM Engineering Services (KES) received $61,836,881 to provide: technical expertise to the Network Integration Engineering Facility; unique and reliable packaging, integration, environmental qualification design and testing, deployment, and life cycle support for C4I electronic and computer systems; engineering, design and packaging of COTS and government-off-the-shelf products for military applications.

Lockheed Martin received $12,506,746 for Next Generation Technical Services (NGTS) III, specifically management and technical support to advance high performance computing services, capabilities, infrastructure, and technology.

Mythics Inc. received $12,167,775 for Oracle software maintenance on previously acquired licenses for PEO enterprise information systems and AMC.

NetCentrics Corp. received $25,392,979 for IT operations services for the OSD, Washington Headquarters Services (WHS), WHS-supported organizations, and the PFPA. Additionally, similar support for the Office of General Counsel, the Defense Legal Services Agency, the Central Adjudication Facility, and the Office of Military Commissions may be obtained.

SRA International Inc. received $10,267,333 for operations and security service management support for the Army National Guard G6 GuardNet XXI enterprise network.

SupplyCore received $60,000,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for the Alaska region.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $160,219,917 for operations and maintenance support to communications equipment and information systems, Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, 160th Signal Brigade and subordinate units, Southwest Asia Theater (primarily Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE, and Jordan).

ViaSat Inc. received $478,600,000 for production and sustainment of Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS) terminals. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.


ALATEC Inc. received $7,842,872 for analytic mission support services to TRADOC Analysis Center, White Sands Missile Range, NM.

Applied Resources Corp. (ARC) received $15,622,051 for titanium M119A3 upper and lower spades.

ATK LLC and General Dynamics received $15,000,000 for services/supplies for engineering, manufacturing, and testing medium caliber programs/initiatives.

L-3 Communications received $9,840,856 to help the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) with a developmental test for the Medium Range Ballistic Missile parachute extraction and descent systems to assess design risks.

Lockheed Martin received $30,000,000 to reconfigure 200 air-training missiles (ATM-114Q-6) to air-to-ground missiles (AGM-114R-9B-1).

Raytheon received $11,266,720 for: two electronics equipment unit modification kits; cooling equipment unit simulator CCLS training set; reliability improvements and site integration for MDA (continues earlier contract for AN/TPY-2).

Raytheon received $11,447,356 for surveillance system supply/support of Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) System for Army Space & Missile Command.

Raytheon received $11,999,540 for Griffin missiles. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $149,495,209 for SM-2 and SM-6 FY2015-2016 full rate production.

Scientific Research Corp. received $49,815,000 to support operations and maintenance of the ground threat system at the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex, Eielson AFB.

Southern Research Institute (SR) received $19,278,221 for continued R&D efforts for thermo-mechanical and ground testing of reentry materials and fabrication of flight hardware for the submarine-launched missile reentry systems for the U.S. Navy (25%) and the UK (75%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).


BAE Systems received $28,868,741 and General Dynamics received $28,267,765 to develop design concepts for the Future Fighting Vehicle. Each contract saw one bid solicited & one received.

BAE Systems received $16,647,049 for installing the Paladin Fire Control System in M109A6 Paladin vehicles.

BAE Systems received $18,866,000 to revise and update Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) statement of work and associated attachments in order to clearly articulate the requirements for a variant baseline design and additional detailed provisions for the hosted and stowed variant mission equipment.

General Dynamics received $7,585,022 for U.S. Army electronic components. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace received $11,901,780 for depot support for the Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station (CROWS).

L-3 received $19,004,796 for 63 transmissions and associated parts and test equipment for the Bradley. One bid solicited, one received. L-3 then received $9,411,402 for 68,750 system technical support (STS) hours in support of the Transmission [Hydro-mechanically Propelled Transmission (HMPT)] Operational Reliability program for calendar year 2015-2016.

Oshkosh Defense received $8,910,254 for 13 LRIP vehicles and federal retail excise tax. Oshkosh Defense received $39,487,049 to reset and upgrade up to 1,800 MRAP vehicles.


Alaska Structure Inc. received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters. Evolve Technologies received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters. WC&R Interests received $200,000,000 for commercial shelters.

Applied Research Associates Inc. received $18,845,422 to help the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) in R&D and evaluation of enhanced and emerging technologies under robotics and automation at Tyndall AFB.

CONCO Inc. received $16,000,000 for M548 metal ammunition containers.

General Dynamics received $8,790,026 for MK 258, MOD 1 armor piercing, fin stabilized, discarding, sabot, tracer (APFSDS-T) cartridges. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Leading Technology Composites received $14,240,000 for enhanced side ballistic inserts (used in body armor).

Raytheon received $26,990,015 to update/configure Block 0 Long Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System (LRAS3) sight sensors to the Block 1 Netted LRAS3 sight sensor, configuration of up to 100 LRAS3 units.

Sawdey Solution Services received $51,908,534 for advisory and assistance services to the Agile Combat Support (ACS) Directorate at Robins AFB.


Belleville Shoe Co. received $10,621,169 for safety boots. Burlington Apparel received $19,788,000 and $13,834,800 for Army poly/wool cloth. Tullahoma Industries LLC received $59,389,738 for permethrin trousers.


AHCI LLC received $27,620,996 for non-personal transition assistance services to the Soldier For Life-Transition Assistance Program.

M1 Support Services LP received $9,662,250 for trainer maintenance services on approximately 6,300 training assets in support of 82nd TW technical training.

Southeastern Archaeological Research Inc. (SEARCH) received $25,000,000 “for cultural resource services.”


Cubic Applications Inc. received $9,900,000 to enhance Air Force CBRN counter proliferation and survivability missions program.

Linde LLC received $35,000,000 for laboratory analytical services for Nuclear Test Ban Treaty verification.

Metabiota Inc. received $7,097,401 for scientific and technical consulting services for DTRA in Fort Belvoir, VA. This adds to an earlier contract for WMD R&D, scientific and technological solutions to meet non-proliferation, counter-proliferation, and consequence management.

Nanotherapeutics Inc. received $43,249,906 for R&D “on medical countermeasures and their manufacture to counter a CBRNE attack against military and civilian targets.”

Northrop Grumman received $99,120,000 for nuclear safety cross check and performance analysis, technical evaluation, and validation/verification.


Alsom Power Inc. received $18,830,519 for stator laminations and winding and accessories for the Carters Pumped Storage Facility.

American Development Institute; AECOM; Ameresco Inc.; Clark Energy Group LLC; Constellation NewEnergy Inc.; Energy Systems Group LLC; Honeywell International Inc.; Johnson Controls Government Systems LLC; NORESCO; Pepco Energy Services Inc.; Schneider Electric Buildings Americas Inc.; Siemens Government Technologies Inc.; Southland Energy; and Trane U.S. Inc. received a collective $1,500,000,000 to design, build, and operate energy savings projects to help meet mandated energy savings goals.

Cummins Power Generation received $85,000,000 for advanced medium-sized mobile power source generator sets. One bid solicited, one received.

Sunshine Aero Industries received $12,354,139 for jet-A with additives fuel. Trajen Flight Support LP received $10,769,451 for jet-A with additives fuel.

Refinery Associates of Texas, Inc. received $113,067,273 to provide fuel to U.S. forces and assets in Texas, USA; Qatar; and Diego Garcia.

Freeman Holdings of Arizona LLC received $21,484,112 for fuel. Veteran Energy LLC received $14,200,950 for fuel.


American Surgical Instrument Repair received $13,125,000 for medical accessories. Buffalo Supply Inc. received $24,496,145 for medical supplies.

Arnold Dental received $15,000,000 for dental supplies for all 50 states and Puerto Rico facilities participating in the electronic catalogue or ECAT program. Metrex Research LLC received $7,500,000 for dental equipment.

Harris Pharmaceuticals received $55,913,776 for pharmaceutical products.

International SOS Government Services received $8,698,319 to support the TRICARE Overseas Program by supplementing healthcare capabilities/capacities of overseas treatment facilities, and providing healthcare in remote overseas locations.

Cerner Corp. received $16,295,575 for software, CoPath Plus licenses, hardware and equipment, and services to replace the Military Health System’s existing Anatomic Pathology Laboratory Information System.


Federal Express Charter Programs Team Arrangement [American Airlines; Atlas Air Inc.; Delta Air Lines Inc.; FedEx Charters; Polar Air Cargo Worldwide; and US Airways]; Miami Air Team [Miami Air International; and MN Airlines LLC]; Patriot Team [ABX Air; Air Transportation International; JetBlue; Kalitta Air; Northern Air Cargo; Omni Air International; Sky Lease I Inc.; Southern Air Inc.; United Airlines; and UPS]; & Allegiant Air; Hawaiian Airlines; Lynden Air Cargo LLC; National Air Cargo Group; Southwest Airlines Co.; Alaska Airlines; and Everts Air Cargo received a cumulative $114,851,105 for international airlift services.

Shell Oil Company received $11,107,442 for supply and services of lubricant oil products for the Engineering Directorate of MSC and other government agencies.


Coast Citrus received $15,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables. Trinity Fresh Distribution received $45,000,000 for fresh fruit and vegetables.

Kentucky Office for the Blind received $21,835,264 for food services for the Logistics Readiness Center, Ft. Knox, KY.

Labatt Food Service received $36,699,346 to provide subsistence in the San Antonio, TX. This was sole source per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

International Distributors received $16,084,903 for fresh fruits and vegetables for two commissary stores in Guam. Parma Fruit MPG West received $55,080,703 for fresh fruits and vegetables for resale at 20 commissaries in South Korea and Japan (including Okinawa).

Sysco received $10,457,522 to provide food in eastern Washington area Zone 3 for: USAF, the Forest Service, and USMC A Btry (5/14).

Tyson Fresh Meats received $194,785,972 for fresh pork products at DCA stores.

BASE SUPPORT, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (also known as base support services) usually involve 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.

AECOM Technical Services received $45,000,000 to prepare Navy and USMC facilities planning and environmental documentation in the NAVFAC Europe Africa Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA) including, but not limited to: Naples, Italy; Sigonella, Italy; Souda Bay, Greece; Manama, Bahrain; Djibouti; Rota, Spain; and Vicenza, Italy.

American Ordnance LLC received $6,984,024 for material management at Milan Army Ammunition Plant.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $32,026,550 for a system integrator to develop and implement Increment II (release 2 through 5) of the IPPS-A.

CDM-FILANC JV received $8,428,997 as compensation for all delays associated with the North Regional Tertiary Treatment Plant’s suspension of work, as well as other government-related delay under the contract with associated operation and maintenance for wastewater systems at Camp Pendleton.

InspiriTec Inc. received $8,052,960 for consolidated call center support services for the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC).

Jacobs Technology received $7,041,666 for test support services at Aberdeen Test Center, Aberdeen Proving Grounds.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group LTD received $212,402,709 to provide the Armament Munitions Directorate [of AFLCMC] with advisory and assistance services. This involves unnamed FMS.

Vectrus Systems Corp. received $62,221,604 for base operating support services at Maxwell AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Roughly thirty companies (across four regions: West, Southeast, Midwest, Northeast) received a combined $325,000,000 for enterprise roof replacement and repair at USAF installations within the contiguous U.S.

Akima Construction Services received $6,657,720 to construct a vehicle storage facility and an additional modulus test in Washington, DC.

Allphase Services Inc.; ARS Aleut Remediation; ADS Trinity LLC;  North Wind Construction Services; Bhate Environmental Associates Inc.; Central Environmental Inc.; Charter Environmental Inc.; Envirocon Inc.; Environmental Remediation Services Inc.; and NorthStar Federal Services Inc. received a combined $9,600,000 for demolition of surplus facilities.

Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. (B&V) received $13,000,000 for architect/engineer services, for preparing studies, analysis and design services, for military and civil works projects within the Northwestern Division, USACE. Jacobs Engineering Group received $13,000,000 for architect/engineer studies, analysis and design of military and civil works projects within Northwestern Division, USACE.

Bristol General Contractors; GSI Pacific Inc.; North Star Construction & Engineering Inc.; RORE Inc.; Team Maniilaq JV; and WHH Nisqually Federal Services received a combined $99,000,000 for construction projects within NAVFAC Northwest.

Burr-MZT received $8,776,000 to replace diesel generator controls and switchgear at Naval Base Kitsap - Bremerton.

BWSC/Emersion Design received $12,000,000 for architect/engineering expertise at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Commercial Service of Bloomington; Custom Mechanical Systems Corp.; Harrell Contracting Inc.; Mastercraft Mechanical Contractors; and Siemens Government Technologies received a combined $20,000,000 for mechanical construction projects at the Naval Support Activity, Crane, and the Glendora Test Facility.

DMA-Mabbett JV LLC received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering studies and designs including flood risk management and coastal storm damage.

Thirteen corporations received fourteen deals worth $196,000,000 for construction/repair/renewal of failed/failing government facilities, systems, and equipment throughout CONUS and OCONUS (including, but not limited to, Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. territories and possessions, locations with named contingency operations, Japan and South Korea).

Enfield Enterprises Inc. received $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs (residential structures) in support of the Army Corps of Engineers/FEMA disaster response in multiple U.S. states.

Gunter Construction Inc. received $6,843,415 for road repair at Fort Polk.

 I.E.-Pacific Inc. received $6,626,000 to renovate and repair Building 775 and quarter deck Building 773 at Naval Station North Island in Coronado, CA.

Ironclad Services received $45,000,000 for Advanced Contract Initiative emergency temporary roof repairs (residential structures) in support of the Army Corps of Engineers/FEMA disaster response in twenty U.S. states.

Jacobs Project Management Co.; M.C. Dean Inc.; Shearer & Associates Inc.; Spectrum Solutions Inc.; and URS Group Inc. received $150,000,000 for technical and programmatic support for utility monitoring & control systems and electronic security systems programs.

Leebcor Services received $7,100,622 to renovate/repair buildings 3701 and 3706 at NAS Pensacola.

LAPAC Manufacturing Inc. received $9,322,795 for sandbags and poly sheeting for the National Flood Fight Center, Rock Island, IL.

Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates; Gresham, Smith & Partners; RLF; and URS Group Inc. received $9,000,000 for interior design architecture and engineering.

MES Group Inc.; Tetra Tech/Mason & Hanger JV; Patriot Design LLC; Prime AE Group Inc.; CH2M Hill Inc.; Knight Architects Inc.; Hernandez Calhoun Design International P.A.; BTA-TLC JV LLC; Burns & McDonnell Inc.; and Bullock Tice Associates Inc. received $45,000,000 for architect and engineering design services with the Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District.

Pinnacle Construction Development Group received $7,184,335 to replace Taxiway C East Ramp, Wright-Patterson AFB.

Shape Construction received $7,324,829 to maintain and repair three telecommunications towers at the Naval Computer & Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic Detachment.

SOLPAC Construction; Straub Construction; RQ Construction LLC; The Haskell Co.; Sauer Inc.; R. A. Burch Construction; Harper Construction Co.; and Hensel Phelps Construction received a combined $240,000,000 for building construction, repair, and renovation and associated work within NAVFAC Southwest. Sybrant Construction; M&M; Anderson Burton Construction; and Bristol General Contractors received $99,000,000 for building construction at various locations within NAVFAC Southwest.

Triton Marine Construction Corp. received $9,923,450 to build the integrated drydock water treatment system at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

The Whiting Turner Contract Co. received $30,287,762 to build a power and propulsion facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.


Luhr Bros. Inc. received $7,000,000 for dredge leasing, attendant plant, and on-shore disposal equipment for channel maintenance dredging of the Ohio River, Cumberland River, and the Upper Mississippi River.

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $11,492,530 for dredging in Texas.

Renda/J. Bros. JV received $7,520,980 for widening the Florida Avenue Canal, Phase IV, Orleans Parish, LA.

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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 often uses 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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