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

DOD spent $31,732,488,201+ on 285 on individual contracts in June 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 $31,732,488,201 on 285 individual contracts during June 2015. This amount does not include 19 Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $1,003,615,783.


General Atomics received $21,070,132 for Predator Mission Aircrew Training Systems (PMATS). This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Atomics received $121,350,000 for 19 Gray Eagles and 19 satellite communications air data terminals.

Logos Technologies Inc. received $32,840,745 for research of compact sensor systems (potentially for: RQ-21 Blackjack, Tigershark, and RQ-8 Firescout).

Northrop Grumman received $16,232,399 for engineering and manufacturing development for the Global Hawk system, specifically software fixes and maintainer graphical user interface tasks on the Global Hawk ground station.

Northrop Grumman received $39,050,000 to improve MQ-4C‘s air-to-air radar subsystem design and mitigate radar performance and manufacturing risks.

Northrop Grumman received $60,943,220 for operations and maintenance services in support of the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance – Demonstrator (BAMS-D) UAS. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c) (1).

Upstate Construction Services received $19,408,103 to build an unmanned aircraft systems hangar at Fort Drum, NY.

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

AAR Parts Trading received $72,138,793 for C-130H Contractor Logistic Support for the Afghanistan Air Force in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Boeing received $41,146,387 to provide Saudi Arabia with Apache post-production services and maintenance. One bid solicited, one received.

CDM Constructors Inc.; Conti Federal Services Inc.; Gilbane Federal; Hensel Phelps; Kellogg, Brown & Root Services Inc.; and Nibor Enterprises Inc. received $49,900,000 to provide Israel with property repair/renovation associated environmental work, force protection work, and construction services.

General Dynamics received $55,944,900 to change the grain for Hydra-70 rockets from government-furnished material to contractor-furnished material. This is FMS to Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Pakistan.

General Electric received $11,999,218 to provide six F110 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) kits; 17 individual kits to F110-100 engines used in F-16s. This involves FMS to Egypt. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $10,525,232 to provide Australia with C-27J ground support equipment at Richmond Air Base, including supply support. This is a sole-source.

L-3 received $23,188,063 to provide Saudi Arabia with training, a mission systems trainer, field service representative support, and spares in support of ISR capabilities for two King Air 350 aircraft. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 received $95,000,000 to provide Saudi Arabia’s Air Force with air operations center training. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $226,904,607 to procure the unitary rocket and pod (quantity: 474), reduced range practice rockets & pods (quantity: 1950), and alternate warhead rockets & pods (quantity: 450) for unnamed FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $119,200,000 for logistics support for Iraq’s F-16 program at Balad Air Base. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $20,498,256 to provide South Korea’s Defense Intelligence Command with follow-on support for aircraft equipped with imagery sensors, communication system, and associated ground support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $14,426,483 to provide the Reprogramming Center -West, at NAS Point Mugu with primary mission equipment (hardware) required for the laboratory to meet Partner and FMS Mission Data File requirements in support of the F-35 Joint Program to Japan ($4,808,829; 33.4%); South Korea ($4,808,827; 33.3%); and Israel ($4,808,827; 33.3%) under 100% FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $9,733,000 to provide Saudi Arabia modernized target acquisition designation sights and post production support of the AH-64E pilot night vision sensor.

Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV received $70,239,965 for work on Army Javelin requirements that will eventually head to New Zealand, Jordan, Indonesia, Lithuania, Qatar, Oman, Ireland and Estonia.

Raytheon received $8,310,252 to provide the Netherlands with 100 Excalibur 155mm projectiles and 12 palletized containers.

Sikorsky received $79,680,022 to provide Tunisia with four modified UH-60M.

Thales Defense & Security received $12,540,960 to provide Australia with sonar equipment.

United Technologies Corp. received $63,668,414 to remanufacture FI00-PW-I 00/200/220/220E/229 engine modules for Chile, Egypt, Jordan, Thailand, Taiwan, Greece and Indonesia. This is a sole-source acquisition.


CH2MHILL; Fluor-Amec II; Exelis Systems; KBR; RMS; PAE-Perini; URS; and DynCorp International received $5,000,000,000 to provide base life and operating support and logistical support worldwide on an as-required basis to support all programs with disciplines consistent with the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP IV) description of services.


Kellogg Brown & Root Services (KBR) received $59,654,219 for base operations support services at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti (90%); Chabelley Airfield, Djibouti (6%); and Manda Bay, Kenya (4%). This continues earlier funding.


Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions LLC received $6,563,092 for guard services, Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.


Airtec Inc. received $80,661,914 for ISR services in support of USSOUTHCOM, specifically U.S. Army South’s flight missions. This involves providing ISR services utilizing a contractor-owned, contractor-operated Bombardier DHC-8/200 multi-sensor aircraft, with government-furnished property previously installed for work in Bogota, Colombia (90%); and California, MD, USA (10%).

IMC-Landsouth, LLC received $33,154,032 to replace base housing at Naval Station Guantánamo, Cuba.


AC First Inc. received $62,683,121 for continued support and maintenance operations to 401st Army Field Support Brigade (401 AFSB), Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 received $7,705,643 for ISR support for ISAF in Afghanistan.

Mission Essential Personnel received $9,672,838 for intelligence support and ISR within Afghanistan.

SENTEL received $13,838,338 for integrated logistics services for the 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Afghanistan.

SOS-International received $100,000,000 for base life support, Camp Taji, Iraq. One bid solicited, one received. SOS International received $40,048,828 for base life support at Besmaya Compound, Iraq. One bid solicited, one received.


Raytheon received $16,999,000 for maintenance supporting one Joint Land Elevated Netted System (JLENS) orbit deployed at Aberdeen Proving Ground for a DHS operational exercise as part of Operation Noble Eagle.


American Rheinmetall Munitions Inc. received $10,264,991 for MK 281 40MM practice grenades to support NAVSPECWARCOM requirements for use in the Advanced Lightweight Grenade Launcher System. This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), in accordance with FAR 6.302-1.

DynCorp International received $18,286,060 for services (including all labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation, incidental engineering, and other items necessary) supporting JSOTF – P, which was officially disbanded, but continues to operate under new auspices.


University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) received $21,600,000 for combustion experiments using both independent and collaborative approaches to push the state-of-the-art in
combustion sciences at Wright-Patterson AFB.

Georgia Tech received $14,299,316 for research, engineering, science and technology, analysis.

MIT received $7,136,232 for R&D in transparent computing, specifically to develop novel tagging and tracking approaches for establishing the causal relationships among activities across an enterprise environment, particularly focused on distinguishing between the "low and slow" Advance Persistent Threat (APT) and regular user and system activities.


Wright State University received $7,500,000 to research interactions with semi-autonomous RPV, and to refine/improve Remotely Piloted Aircraft Transit Operations Workstation to enable multi-vehicle control by a single operator.

DARPA – [A South Korean team recently won DARPA’s Robotics Challenge.]

Lockheed Martin received $104,251,040 for DARPA’s Long Range Anti-Ship Missile Accelerated Acquisition program.

Raytheon received $12,211,473 for a research project under DARPA’s Edge-Directed Cyber Technologies for Reliable Mission program.

Vencore Labs Inc. (d.b.a. Applied Communication Sciences) received $11,762,572 for research under the Edge-Directed Cyber Technologies for Reliable Mission program.


Canadian Commercial Corp. (CCC) received $19,342,257 for the Infrared Detections System. This is a sole source acquisition.

Kratos-Digital Fusion Solutions received $12,060,193 for R&D on thermal management through development/testing of prototype units.

Universal Technical Resource Services Inc.; TRC Defense Systems LLC; Savit Corp.; Middle Bay Solutions LLC; and Subsystem Technologies Inc. received $200,000,000 for Rapid Prototyping & Technology Initiative in support of the Armament, Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC).

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) & RAPTOR (F-22) – [An internal investigation has estimated the cost of recent engine failure on one F-35 at over $50 million.]

Creative Times Inc. received $11,361,000 to design and build an F-22 flight simulator facility and an additional ball field at Nellis AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $19,641,417 for requirements development and maturation efforts for the F-35 JSF Air System for the U.S. Navy ($5,597,287; 28.7%); USAF ($5,408,209; 27.54%); USMC ($3,904,548; 19.7%); Australia ($710,521; 3.61%); Canada ($337,155; 1.7%); Italy ($466,752; 2.38%); Netherlands ($217,537; 1.1%); Norway ($711,221; 3.62%); Turkey ($1,359,110; 6.92%); and the UK ($929,076; 4.73%) under Cooperative Agreement.

Lockheed Martin received $237,765,479 for initial spares in support of LRIP Lot 9 F-35 for USAF ($96,018,388; 41%); U.S. Navy ($33,308,517; 14%); non-DOD participants ($85,991,983; 37%); and FMS ($18,571,231; 8%).

Lockheed Martin received $920,350,132 for long lead time, materials, parts, components, and effort for manufacture/delivery of: 78 F-35A for USAF (44), Italy (2), Turkey (2), Australia (8); Norway (6), and FMS customers (16); 14 F-35B for USMC (9), Great Britain (3), and Italy (2); 2 F-35C for the U.S. Navy and USMC. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1. Reuters covered the deal.

Lockheed Martin received $68,612,500 for increased F-22 flying hours in 2015.

Solpac Construction Inc. received $14,467,000 to re-purpose Hangar 5 Module 1 to accommodate the F-35C maintenance requirements at NAS Lemoore. Solpac Construction Inc. then received $20,219,000 to build the operational training facility for F-35C training requirements at NAS Lemoore.

United Technologies Corp. (Pratt & Whitney) received $269,362,223 for F119 Engine Sustainment.


Robertson Fuel Systems, LLC received $10,002,302 for one Mission Auxiliary Fuel Tank Systems (MATS), 11 MATS middle accessory hardware packages, and 4 MATS rapid ground refueling forward tank packages for the MV-22.


Airbus received $28,325,176 for UH-72A Lakota logistic support.

Boeing received $15,340,002 for 1,060 Apache Weapons System main rotor strap pack assemblies.

Canadian Commercial Corp. received $70,000,000 to support and sustain MX sensor. One bid was solicited with one received.

Dillon Aero Inc. received $12,500,000 for the MK44 minigun system and sustainment parts. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Intevac Photonics received $12,626,081 for Electronic Image Intensifier Ship-Set for Lot 4, Apache AH-64D/E Program. One bid solicited, one received.

L-3 Communications received $10,077,336 to manufacture, test, manage, and deliver eight AN/SRQ-4 [PDF] CDL Hawklink systems for the MH-60R.

Lockheed Martin received $9,933,000 for flight computers for the NAVAIR H-60 program. This was a sole source acquisition per 10 USC 2304 (c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $13,665,494 to integrate/test software product improvement (SWPI) on (MH-60S) Generation III & V mission computers, and to incorporate all SWPI requirements into the product line.

Raytheon received $10,405,640 to repair units in support of the H-60 multi-spectral targeting system forward looking infrared system.

Raytheon received $42,190,000 for lifecycle contractor support for the Multi-Mode Radar and Silent Knight Radar for the Technology Applications Program Office. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $21,756,070 for one UH-60M aircraft and two fire extinguishers for the FBI, and one UH-60M for the U.S. Army BEST aircraft.

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $38,838,189 for critical parts and associated support for two CH-53K system demonstration test article aircraft.

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $7,710,680 for non-recurring engineering, logistics & program support to produce/deliver six Moving Map Integration (MMI) air vehicle production and installation kits, and associated supporting documentation for MH-60R/S for U.S. Navy ($6,397,234; 83%); Australia ($800,441; 10%) and Denmark ($513,005; 7%).

United Technologies (Sikorsky) received $8,088,361 for nacelles physical configuration audit support for the H-53 in-service program. This also procures 36 production kits.


BAE Systems received $10,850,416 for software updates to implement the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics DO-260B-compliant Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast capability into the RT-1763C/APX-111(V) combined interrogator-transponder in support of F/A-18 & EA-18G. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR 6.302-1.

Boeing received $11,265,744 to repair 28 units consisting of two different weapons repairable assemblies used for F/A-18 outer wing panels at NAS Cecil Field.

J.F. Taylor, Inc. received $32,559,234 for mission essential engineering services in support of IFF equipment, systems and subsystems, and advanced technologies development for the U.S. Navy ($32,233,644; 99%); Taiwan ($65,118; 0.2%); Australia ($65,118; 0.2%); Norway ($65,118; 0.2%); Saudi Arabia ($65,118; 0.2%); and Poland ($65,118; 0.2%).

Lockheed Martin received $20,670,740 for aircraft parts in support of U.S. Navy F/A-18. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 USC 2304 (c)(1).

Raytheon received $10,647,581 to provide Small Diameter Bomb II aircraft integration test assets, including jettison test vehicles, and instrumented measurement vehicles on the F/A-18E/F. This is a sole source acquisition.

United Technologies Corp. received $13,470,145 to remanufacture sixth-13th stage stators and fourth & fifth outer shrouds on FI 00-PW-l 00/220 engines. This involves unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Northrop Grumman received $8,089,528 for repairing 11 line items on the Advanced Hawkeye System used on the E-2D in Melbourne, FL. This is sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


Boeing received $10,143,096 for hardware integration for Phase II to integrate the Next Generation Jammer Pod onto the EA-18G aircraft.

Raytheon received $13,050,000 for software/hardware enhanced security design in support of the Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) program, which will replace ALQ-99 on the EA-18G. This continues to fund an earlier contract from 2013.


Boeing received $14,083,402 for development/definition of system requirements for the P-8A (Multi-mission Maritime) Increment 3 Capabilities Integration System Requirements Review Systems Engineering Technical Review.

Boeing received $358,938,513 for long-lead items for manufacture/delivery of 9 U.S. Navy Full-Rate Production Lot II P-8A and 16 USN FRP Lot III P-8A ($219,407,863; 61%) and 4 RAAF FRP Lot III P-8A ($139,530,650; 39%).

PoleZero Corp. received $72,088,652 for 118 (max) UHF antenna interface units and 177 very/UHF units & associated communication tray assemblies for Lots 6, 7, and 8 for P-8A for USN ($57,670,921; 80%); and Australia ($14,417,731; 20%), under MOA. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1).

Raytheon received $152,886,443 to provide 53 APY-10 radar production kits and support for P-8A full-rate production (Lot 2 through Lot 6) for the U.S. Navy (46 for $134,585,937; 88%) and Australia (7 for $18,300,506; 12%) under a cooperative agreement. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.


Aircraft Engineering & Installation Services Inc. received $28,593,344 to manufacture, integrate and install C-130 electronic propeller control system on 48 AFRC C-130H, and to modify 25 spare Quick Engine Change (QEC) kits.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $14,368,200 to build a high-bay, fuel cell and corrosion control facility to support eight C-130.

L-3 received $21,716,654 for C-27J Australia Sustainment at Richmond Air Base, Australia, and Waco, TX. This involves FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $12,860,294 for C-5 computer software update 02. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin received $480,000,000 for C-130J follow-on R&D efforts. This is a sole-source acquisition.


Flight Safety Services received $11,277,475 to construct a KC-10 cargo load trainer, and provide a cargo loader and spares/training aids at Travis AFB.

Northrop Grumman received $35,707,538 for maintenance and overhaul in support of the KC-10 contractor logistic services (CLS) program.


Alloy Surfaces Company Inc. and Armtec Defense Products Co. received $23,269,865 for decoy M211, MJU-50A/B, and MJU-51A/B infrared countermeasure flares.

Boeing received $11,202,849 to integrate the Digital Data Set (DDS) weapon replaceable assembly into Virtual Mission Training System-equipped T-45C aircraft, and to implement the Terrain Awareness Warning System in the DDS. This was not competitively procured pursuant to FAR.6.302-1.

CAE USA received $29,298,278 for fixed-wing flight training services at Fort Rucker. This was acquired under FAR 52.232-18, as long-lead time is required for preparation to perform by CAE.

D-J Engineering received $6,686,630 for leading edge panels for aircraft.

Exelis Inc. received $8,473,777 to repair various national stock numbers applicable to the AN/ALQ-172, which is on the B-52(H), A/C-130 and M/C-130. This is a sole-source acquisition.

General Electric received $8,342,847 for gutter assembly for USAF. This was a sole-source acquisition using the justification that this is a unique source with unique capabilities and data rights.

Lockheed Martin received $6,820,026 for sustainment of the Common Organizational Level Tester (COLT).

Moog Inc. received $11,451,880 to provide B-1B servocylinders of various types.

Northrop Grumman received $33,500,000 for engineering support on the A-10 Structural Integrity Program. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Northrop Grumman received $145,385,706 to provide Battlefield Airborne Communication Node Joint Urgent Operational Need (BACN JUON) payload operations and support in USCENTCOM and San Diego, CA.

Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) received $8,750,000 for research and data relating to Engineered Surfaces, Materials and Coatings (ESMC) for aircraft drag reduction.

Raytheon received $59,729,717 for spares, repairs and engineering services to support various sustainment program offices and systems including, but not limited to: GPN-22/TPN-25, ALQ-161/-172, APG-63/-70, APX-114, ARC-187, and AN/AAQ-13. This involves unnamed FMS.

Raytheon received $16,955,308 for aircraft equipment for the U.S. Navy and Australia. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $6,808,144 for an updated hardware design for a low noise amplifier/triplexer and high power amplifier to support evolving UHF beyond line-of-sight capability, including Mobile User Objective System interoperability in the ARC-210.

Sikorsky received $15,984,608 for F-5 maintenance in Key West (39%); Yuma, AZ (32%); and NAS Fallon (29%). This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1.

SURVICE Engineering received $7,937,256 for SEEK EAGLE modeling, analysis, and tools support at Eglin AFB.


Ball Aerospace received (on 29 May 2015) $21,000,000 for laser interaction testing at Kirtland AFB. Ball Aerospace received (on 11 May 2015) $11,145,000 for laser target interaction modeling and simulation at Kirtland AFB.

Leidos Inc. received (on 29 May 2015) $8,000,000 for target vulnerability assessments and data analysis. Leidos Inc. received (on 29 May 2015) $7,000,000 for laser interaction testing at Kirtland AFB.

National Aerospace Solutions LLC received $1,500,000,000 for test operations and sustainment (including technology development and capital improvements) of Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC). Work will be at Arnold AFB; Moffett Field; and White Oak, MD. OBXtek Inc. then received $52,636,622 for base-level communications and IT support services at Arnold AFB; Moffett Field; and White Oak, MD.

Rolls-Royce received $100,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III and beyond.

Spectral Energies received $33,000,000 for research for the Aerospace Systems Directorate at Wright Patterson AFB.


Lockheed Martin received $61,812,491 for technical engineering, configuration management, associated equipment/supplies, quality assurance, information assurance, and other operation and maintenance required for Aegis development and test sites [for U.S. Navy (99%), Japan (0.6%) and Spain (0.4%)] including the Combat Systems Engineering Development Site, SPY-1A Test Facility, and the Naval Systems Computing Center.

Lockheed Martin received $31,015,536 for ship integration and test of Aegis Weapon System (AWS) for Baselines through Advanced Capability Build 12.

Lockheed Martin received $22,358,071 for the lifetime sustainment and support services for installed AWS for the U.S. Navy (99.7%), and Australia (.3%).

OmniPhase Research Laboratories received $17,781,852 for MK 666 continuous wave illuminator (CWI) noise test sets (NTS); system training; teardown, test, and evaluation; repairs; and provisioned item orders for depot repair parts for U.S. Navy (70%); Poland (5%); Australia (5%); Japan (5%); South Korea (5%); Norway (5%); and Spain (5%). [MK-666 CWI NTS optimizes performance of MK99 surface-to-air weapon system aboard all CG-47 and DDG-51 class ships.]


AAI Corp. received $10,966,798 for engineering services for the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) program [for LCS’ mine warfare sweep mission].

Computer Sciences Corp. received $8,394,246 for professional services in support of the LCS Program Office, PMS 501, and the LCS Fleet Introduction & Sustainment Program Office, PMS 505.


BAE Systems received $36,591,818 for USS Kidd (DDG 100) FY2015 dry-docking selected restricted availability.

BAE Systems received $15,240,040 for FY2015 selected restricted availability for the USS Sampson (DDG 102).

BAE Systems received $13,592,510 for a 45-calendar-day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry docking of the USNS Rainier (T-AOE 7).

BAE Systems received $13,580,037 for FY2015 selected restricted availability (SRA) for USS Sterett (DDG 104).

BAE Systems received $9,500,000 for repair and alteration of USS O’Kane (DDG 77) in Pearl Harbor, HI.

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $13,223,586 for 55-calendar-day shipyard availability for the overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Lenthall (T-AO 189).

Detyens Shipyards Inc. received $11,056,911 for 42-calendar-day shipyard availability for overhaul and dry docking of USNS Robert E. Peary (T-AKE 5).

General Dynamics received $7,296,434 for USS George H.W Bush (CVN 77) FY2015 planned incremental availability.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $27,873,850 for USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) FY2015 planned incremental availability.

Huntington Ingalls received $23,762,770 for nuclear propulsion and modernization work on USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77) FY2015 planned incremental availability. This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii).

Marine Hydraulics International Inc. received $11,089,205 for FY2015 selected restricted availability for USS Laboon (DDG-58).

Vigor Marine LLC received $15,630,003 for 75-calendar-day shipyard availability for regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Charles Drew (T-AKE 10).


BAE Systems received $26,775,439 to manufacture/deliver propulsor and tailcone for Virginia-class USS Vermont (SSN 792) and USS Oregon (SSN 793).

BAE Systems received $18,242,666 for long lead time material in support of Virginia-class Block IV propulsor requirements for SSN 794 & 795 construction.

General Dynamics received $6,500,639 to provide common weapons launcher upgrades to the baseline Block III Engineering Development Model configuration for the Virginia-class Block V submarine program.

General Dynamics received $8,716,028 for procurement of US/UK E Fixture Robotic Cut and Bevel Skid Transfer Systems, Cut and Containment Systems, and Rear Access Platforms in support of the Ohio Replacement Program.

General Dynamics received $20,804,762 to complete AN/BYG-1 Weapons Control System (WCS) Technology Insertion (TI-14) Advanced Processing Build (APB-15) software for delivery to multiple submarine platforms for the U.S. Navy (88.34%) and Australia (11.66%) under an Armament Cooperation Project.

L-3 received $40,315,790 for 16 universal modular masts (UMM), 140,000 hours engineering services and support in Bologna, Italy (92%); and Northampton, MA, USA (8%). This was not competitively procured per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


The Analytic Sciences Corp. Inc. (TASC) received $35,445,651 for radar engineering and logistics services in support of NSWC PHD Ship Defense & Expeditionary Warfare Department, Virginia Beach Detachment for U.S. Navy (99%), Taiwan; Poland; and South Korea (1%) This was non-competitive per FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii)(B).

ATK received $7,481,806 for design, development and studies, and technology demonstrations required to develop and apply new technology to ensure battlespace dominance for the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division (NAWCWD). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

The Columbia Group Inc.; Atlantic Diving Supply Inc.; EDO Corp.; and Piping Systems International Inc. received $35,000,000 for hardware, materials and supplies to support the expeditionary warfare and maritime programs (like: LCAC vehicles; Deployed Joint Command and Control systems; dive and life support systems; SDV; and Navy Experimental Dive Unit projects).

Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc.; Prism Maritime LLC; Delphinus Engineering Inc.; and Superior Marine Solutions LLC received a combined $29,000,000 for installation and alteration services in support of common aviation support equipment and aircraft launch and recovery equipment on board air capable ships and shore sites, both domestic and international. Some work in: Santa Rita, Guam; Atsugi, Japan; Manama, Bahrain; Sigonella, Italy; Meridian, MS.

General Atomics received $737,000,000 for one Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) and Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) shipset for CVN 79.

General Dynamics received $10,739,977 to provide the U.S Navy a contractual vehicle for prototype fabrication, pre-production, integration, testing/eval and development of Gatling gun weapon systems hardware, control system software, and ammunition. This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

General Dynamics received $12,999,858 for additional LX(R) Amphibious Ship Replacement Program early industry involvement for preliminary design efforts.

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $3,352,611,760 for all remaining detail design and construction on USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79). This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1. Huntington Ingalls Inc. also received $941,175,219 for labor to complete USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79) component and steel fabrication, selected construction unit assemblies, and all remaining direct material. This was not competitively procured in accordance with FAR 6.302-1.

JSL Technologies, Inc. received $11,458,686 for extended engineering support services for the Land Attack Combat & Weapons Systems.

KOAM Engineering Systems Inc. received $15,057,815 for marine design/engineering services to support the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, VA, with ship repair and conversion.

L-3 Communications received $8,415,923 for long lead time materials for pulse-power power supplies for the electromagnetic railgun capacitor charger.

L-3 Communications received $7,565,000 for production of the first two shipsets of the Hybrid Electric Drive (HED) Electric Propulsion System (EPS) for DDG 51 class ships, as well as engineering services and associated provisioning items.

Lockheed Martin received $11,133,414 for engineering services on the MK 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) for the U.S. Navy (65.29%); Japan (30.9%); South Korea (3.7%), Australia (.09%), and Norway (.02%).

Lockheed Martin received $7,967,150 for FY2015-2019 Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 1B3 systems.

Material Sciences Corp. received $24,526,386 to use innovative technologies to design, analyze, and fabricate a wide array of structure/mechanical components intended for the U.S. Navy. This was not competitively procured, as a follow-on SBIR effort.

Raytheon received $10,039,403 for combat weapon system components for the U.S. Navy. A previous, related contract concerned “various radio spare parts and support equipment.” This was a sole-source acquisition “using the justification that the government does not own the data needed to purchase these items from additional sources.”

Vericor Power Systems LLC received $12,772,600 for manufacture, testing and delivery of marine gas turbine engines in support of the Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) service life extension program (SLEP) as well as the repair and refurbishment of output group modules for LCAC engines. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1.

Wyle Laboratories Inc. received $21,619,064 to provide sea test range aggregated mission testing and support for the U.S. Navy ($19,457,158; 90%) and Japan ($2,161,906; 10%).


The Aerospace Corp. received $24,668,000 for general life cycle systems engineering and integration for the National Security Space Community. This allows the corporation to bill for depreciation, special purpose plant equipment and research facilities costs in FY2015.

BAE Systems received $46,260,277 for management, operation, maintenance and logistical support to the Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems (SSPARS) at Beale AFB; Cape Cod AFS; Clear AFS; Thule AB; and RAF Fylingdales.

Boeing received $85,300,000 to increase the Direct Productive Labor Hour pool by 600,000 hours to award future task instructions for work primarily in Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Fort Greely, AK; and Vandenberg AFB.

Boeing received $11,539,222 to sustain/develop USAF ops/maintenance of the SBSS Block 10 and Red Local Area Network. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Harris Corporation received $13,322,847 for operations, maintenance & logistics support of the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) antenna sites (Schriever AFB; Colorado Springs; Vandenberg; Diego Garcia; Andersen AFB; Kaena Point, HI; New Boston; Cape Canaveral AFS; and Thule AB).

Lockheed Martin received $870,000,000 for continued engineering, development, test, integration, fielding and on-site operations and sustainment support for the command and control, battle management and communications system located worldwide for the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS).

Lockheed Martin received $9,904,863 for security hardware, software, equipment installation, system test, accreditation, certification and delivery of nuclear weapon security equipment in Pittsfield, MA (49.46%); Sunnyvale, CA (32.14%); Cape Canaveral (17.65%); Kings Bay, GA (0.38%); and Bangor, WA (0.37%).

Lockheed Martin received $53,505,013 for mission planning functionality to support the AEHF transition from initial operational capability to full operational capability. Lockheed Martin also received $31,802,865 for AEHF Mission Control Segment technical refresh to support the post-initial operational capability transition to sustainment.

NAL Research Inc. received $8,840,563 to support integrating existing, new or modified Iridium devices and Iridium network capabilities such as global data broadcast for NSWCDD. This was not competitively procured per FAR 6.302-1 and DFARS 206.302-1.

Northrop Grumman received $16,172,045 to modify current wideband remote monitoring sensor software to support wideband global satellite communication upgrades. One bid solicited, one received.

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group received $36,970,361 for technical advisory and assistance services (Systems Engineering providing system engineering, system integration, system effectiveness and analysis, system architecture and risk management; Operations and Sustainment providing support for the integrated sustainment test and support environment and operations and sustainment engineering; and Acquisition Security providing program protection planning, cybersecurity and unit and administrative security) at Los Angeles AFB; Vandenberg AFB; and Peterson AFB.

Raytheon received $39,040,820 to accelerate the Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) program through adding pre-prototype receiver card deliveries and test support activities for faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $36,608,758 to enhance military GPS software code and deliver additional pre-prototype GPS receiver cards in order to support faster fielding of M-Code capable GPS receivers.


CACI Federal received $48,566,424 for operational support for Comptroller Mission Systems in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).

CenturyLink QGS received $10,232,058 to enhance and replace the existing DISA Network CORE 10G Corestream optical transport networks with a 100G 6500 Packet-Over Transport Network (P-OTN) across bases in TX, NM, CO.

CDW Government received $26,446,300 for 22,001 general-purpose laptops to support the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) computer refresh.

Data Link Solutions LLC received $478,600,000 for the production, development and sustainment of the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Joint Tactical Radio Systems (JTRS) terminals for USA (99%); Austria, Chile, Finland, Israel, Jordan, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, NATO (1%). This was non-competitive per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1(a)(2).

Dell; IBM; Unicom Government Inc.; CDW Government LLC; Iron Bow Technologies, LLC; and World Wide Technology Inc. received $652,000,000 for IT enterprise solutions.

ECS Federal, Inc. received $8,427,577 to deliver enterprise-wide IT services to NAVAIR and its respective customers.

Engility (TASC Inc.) received $6,966,555 for management, engineering and tech support required to support the establishment, maintenance and evolution of the 92nd Information Operations Squadron (92 IOS) cyber assessment program.

Kudu Dynamics LLC received $7,242,094 for R&D for transparent computing, enabling prompt detection of advanced persistent threats and other cyber threats, allowing complete root cause analysis and damage assessment once adversary activity is identified.

Mantech received $14,858,630 for non-personal scientific and engineering support (testing, planning & reporting, developing instrumentation software, testing and analyzing data, troubleshooting, finalizing reports) at Fort Huachuca.

Mercury Defense Systems (MRCY) received $7,567,134 for work on Advanced Techniques for Digital Radio Frequency Memories (DRFM). This includes production of 14 Type II Advanced DRFM units.

Microsoft received $9,149,000 for Microsoft Premier Support services and Microsoft Custom Support services, which are “required to provide critical software hotfixes to sustain deployed capabilities” worldwide. This was not competitively procured sole-source per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

SAIC received $64,243,133 to procure, build, integrate, test, accredit, and deliver the USMC Enterprise IT Services technology refresh at USMC Enterprise IT Center, Kansas City, Missouri (75%); and Camp Lejeune (25%).

Twisted Pair Solutions, Inc. received $13,750,000 for voice interoperable software and maintenance and associated licenses.


ARCTEC Alaska JV received $38,855,052 for the operation and maintenance of the Alaska Radar System at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska (plus 15 remote radar sites in Alaska).

BAE Systems received $30,961,704 to establish an insensitive munitions ingredients production facility by modifying Building G-8 in Kingsport, TN.

Boeing received $466,500,000 to repair Minuteman III guidance sets. This is a sole-source acquisition.

EMI Technologies Inc. received $20,000,000 for general-purpose instrumentation vans (GPIV), shelters, and trailers for White Sands Missile Range.

Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT), LLC received $9,986,249 to develop and implement the Automated Test and Re-Test (ATRT) tool as an innovative approach for automated testing, data analysis and requirements verification for Ballistic Missile Defense Systems.

Jacobs Technology Inc. received $7,041,666 for test support services, Aberdeen Test Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

Lockheed Martin received $8,294,467 to procure and install the necessary parts to build, integrate, test, evaluate, document, and deliver the missile round pallets (MRP) presently on contract to the transportable (MRP-T) configuration.

Lockheed Martin received $18,014,000 for work to increase Hellfire II production from current 500 all-up rounds (AURs) per month to 550-650 AUR/month.

Northrop Grumman received $19,923,831 for pre-planned product improvement of the Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) system.

Parsons Government Services received $68,845,081 to provide DIA’s Missile & Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) at Redstone Arsenal with scientific and technical support.

Raytheon received $30,947,228 for LRIP for 144 Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II) Lot 1 munitions, 156 SDB II Lot 1 single weapon containers, 8 SDB II weapon load crew trainers and conventional munitions maintenance trainers, 4 SDB II Lot 1 practical EOD system trainers, and data.

Raytheon received $20,190,285 for SM-3 Block IB production support and engineering efforts.


DOK-ING d.o.o. received $8,670,000 for 45 Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare (CREW) compatible radio retrofit kits. One bid solicited, one received.

Expal USA Inc. received $155,884,655 037 for the demilitarization recycling, reuse, and disposal of various conventional munitions. General Dynamics received $225,599,037 for the demilitarization recycling, reuse, and disposal of various conventional munitions.

Leidos Inc. received $10, 202,036 for product support integration services for the Marine Corps Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare Systems.


AM General received $9,527,078 for 25 M1151A1B1 HMMWV; 25 M1152A1B2 HMMWV; two engines; two transmissions; and one lot contractor spares.

BAE Systems received $110,406,756 for 36 M88A2 Heavy Equipment Recovery Combat Utility Lift Evacuation System (HERCULES) vehicles and spares.

Caterpillar received $38,450,957 for parts, technical support, and supply chain management for rebuilding Caterpillar engines installed in FMTV, MRAP, HEMTT, and Heavy Equipment Transporter (HET).

Manitowoc (Grove) U.S. LLC received $192,042,928 for Type II heavy cranes and support services and training.

Northrop Grumman received $34,521,134 for system support for the VADER. One bid was solicited with one received.

Oshkosh Defense received $780,396,541 to recapitalize 1,363 HEMTT, and 435 palletized load systems (PLS) as well as 1,022 new PLS trailers, specialty kits, logistical/test support and other ancillary items. One bid solicited, one received.

Oshkosh Defense received $184,453,077 for 698 FMTV and applicable federal retail excise tax.

Raytheon received $56,358,876 for turret weapons system modernization for 34 USMC Light Armored Vehicles.

Schutt Industries received $44,531,810 for light tactical trailers - heavy chassis, USMC chassis integration kits, and advanced medium mobile power source integration kits.


Haight & Associates received $47,000,000 for the Tactical Meteorological Observing System TMQ-53.

Kipper Tool Co. received $10,701,815 for an estimated 500 small arms shop set.

Mills Manufacturing Corp. received $6,783,244 for (between 246 and 6,150) 22-foot cargo extraction parachutes.

Sunrise Beach Corp. (dba M2 services Corp.) received $9,652,470 for daily field and sustainment maintenance for helicopters, wheeled/tracked vehicles, aviation ground equipment, communications gear, and government property at Ft. Hood.


American Apparel Inc. received $17,009,790 for utility and working uniform trousers for the U.S. Navy and USMC. American Apparel Inc. received $15,751,371 for utility and working uniform blouses for the U.S. Navy and USMC.

Aurora Industries LLC received $11,824,236 for flame resistant uniforms.

Crown Clothing Co. received $7,826,730 for men's coats.

M&M Manufacturing LLC (Puerto Rico) received $25,400,632 for working uniforms.

Peckham Vocational Industries received $19,961,563 to clean & repair unserviceable, economically repairable Organizational Clothing & Individual Equipment for Regional Logistics Support Center (RLSC) Program – Northeast.

Sterlingwear of Boston received $48,000,000 for men's and women's overcoats.


Cubic Applications Inc. received $76,125,700 for support of the Joint Readiness Training Center Operations Group training mission, Ft. Polk. Previous deals (2011 & 2013) involved pre-deployment training and combat training, respectively

General Dynamics received $8,730,370 for the Intelligence & Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT). One bid was solicited with one received.


Avon Protection Systems received $12,123,107 for 11 parts for the M50/M51.


Atlantic Aviation received $28,486,022 for fuel. Rainier Petroleum Corp. received $10,015,521 for marine gas oil.

Espey Manufacturing & Electronics Corp. received $66,000,000 for tactical power supplies.

Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative received $10,774,668 for electricity at Ft. Knox.

Washington Foundries received $7,290,940 for storage batteries. This is a sole-source, per FAR 6.302-1.


Anda Inc. received $12,275,539 to support the pharmaceutical vendor managed inventory program, which provides sustainment material during contingency operations.

Barr Laboratories received $33,345,134 for vaccines for military recruitment activities. BioCSL, Inc. received $10,233,601 for influenza vaccine and prefilled syringes. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) received $11,775,022 for influenza vaccine and prefilled syringes. Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics Inc. received $22,644,000 for vaccines.

Blackbox Biometrics Inc. received $9,371,520 for concussive force monitoring devices. This was a sole-source acquisition per FAR part 12.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $6,572,740 for programmatic support to the patient safety program (PSP).

Genesis Vision Inc. (d.b.a. Rochester Optical) received $31,400,000 for various optical frames and accessories using the electronic catalog program.

Global Dynamics LLC received $200,000,000 for registered nurse services for the San Antonio Military Health System.

Lockheed Martin received $34,000,000 to support Air Force Manpower, Personnel, and Services (AF/A1) initiative to transformation Personnel Service Delivery Model.

McKesson Corp. received $6,128,846,850 for replenishment Tricare pharmaceuticals.

MedImmune Biologics received $47,600,000 for influenza vaccine, nasal spray. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), FAR 6.302-1.

Welch Allyn Inc. received $43,650,000 for patient monitoring systems; subsystems; accessories; consumables; spare and repair parts; and training.


For commercial multimodal transportation services, American President Lines LTD Inc.; Farrell Lines Inc.; Kalitta Air LLC; Liberty Global Logistics LLC; and National Air Cargo Group Inc. received a combined $145,690,000.

Cartus Corp.; TRC Global Solutions Inc.; and Reliance Relocation Services Inc. received $249,000,000 for relocation services for DOD civilian employees.


Environmental Abatement Inc. received $8,055,975 for asbestos abatement and remediation services at Hill AFB.

Environmental Chemical Corp.; MWH Americas Inc.; URS International; AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure; Tetra Tech Inc.; and CH2M HILL Inc. received a combined $48,000,000 to address environmental needs per technical, legal, and policy requirements in USAFE installations and elsewhere.

Tetra Tech EC Inc. received $20,928,382 for Site 19 sediment remedial action at Naval Station Newport in accordance with the Comprehensive Environmental Restoration, Conservation, and Liability Act; Executive Order 12580; and the National Oil & Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan.


Coca-Cola received $20,614,266; Gate CFV Solutions received $6,511,924; Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. received $21,631,872; Star Beverages Inc. received $22,962,471 for carbonated and non-carbonated bag-in-box beverages for various land and ship customers in CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam.

Food Service Inc. received $31,704,659 for food and beverages in Okinawa, Japan. This was a sole source contract using justification 10 U.S.C 2304 (c)(1).

Missouri Department of Social Services received $7,776,584 for food service operations, Ft. Leonard Wood.

Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services received $24,416,454 for food service at 13 dining facilities, one flight kitchen, and two warehouses at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas; and Camp Bullis, TX.

The Wornick Co. received $8,100,000 for meal cold weather/long range patrol rations.


Integrity Consulting Engineering & Security Solutions received $25,000,000 for program management support for NAVFAC Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program worldwide.


Jacobs Technology Inc. received $6,804,512 for engineering and technology acquisition support services at Hanscom AFB.

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, 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, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

Accenture received $21,618,332 for general fund enterprise business systems in Alexandria, VA.

Analytic Services Inc. (ANSER) received $6,999,912 to support Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (OUSD AT&L) with medical, physical, planning, programming, budgeting, financial strategic relations, science and technology, and operations and admin support.

Azimuth Consulting Services Inc. and The Shenton Group Inc. (TSG) received $9,600,000 to support the organic convention ammunition industrial base and demilitarization via engineering supporting modernization efforts at government-owned, contractor-operated facilities; to provide engineering studies, economic evaluations, business case analysis, and overall strategic planning and process optimization. Azimuth will provide analysis and implementation plans for single point failures and armament retooling and manufacturing support programs.

Chugach Federal Solutions Inc. received $12,291,832 for base operations support at various installations in NAVFAC Northwest.

C Martin Co. received $17,910,365 for base operations and maintenance service for the DPW, Dugway Proving Ground. Once bid solicited, one received.

DZSP 21 LLC received $42,274,735 for base operations support at Joint Region Marianas, Guam. This was issued per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.

Fluor Federal Solutions LLC received $45,364,206 for base operations support services at various installations in NAVFAC Southeast.

IAP World Services Inc. received $14,459,454 for base operations support services at NAS Patuxent River, MD (91%); Solomon’s Island, MD (5%); St. Inigoes, MD (2%), and Point Lookout, MD (2%).

LB&B Associates Inc. received $38,305,951 for fuel management services for the U.S. Navy.

Wolf Creek Federal Services received $108,383,456 for range operations support in Eastern and Western Ranges, and Base Operating Support and Logistics for the ER.

Z Systems Corp. received $18,238,760 for logistics support (supply support activity/central receiving shipping point, pre-deployment training equipment – property accountability, and property accountability augmentation team). Z Systems Corp. then received $13,579,788 for logistics support (including equipment maintenance & supply activity support for 2d Brigade) at Ft. Hood.


Barlovento LLC received $45,000,000 to the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response effort for nineteen states. Coleman Construction Inc. received $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs to support the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response across 19 states and Washington, DC. GEC LLC received $25,000,000 for temporary roof repairs in support of the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response in the Virgin Islands.

Aecom-Parsons JV received $7,425,627 for construction management technical support services for the Washington Headquarters Services, Acquisition Directorate, Facilities Services Directorate.

All Phase Services Inc.; Bristol Site Contractors LLC; Dynamic Management Solutions LLC; North Wind Construction Services; Bhate Environmental Associates Inc.; Central Environmental Inc.; and North American Dismantling Corp. received $9,600,000 for commercial demolition services.

Anthony & Gordon Construction Co.; Asset Group Inc.; Global Engineering & Construction LLC; Solis Constructors Inc.; MJPM Constructors; WEB LLC; and FLW-TJC JV received a combined $95,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Baldi Bros., Inc. received $14,887,712 to repair airfield runway 08/26 and construct a high temperature concrete vertical landing pad at NAWS China Lake.

Bristol Engineering Services Corp.; Cherokee General Corp.; CKY Inc.; Macro-Z-Technology Co.; and Nordic Industries Inc. received $9,800,000 for construction work for the Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District.

Ceres Environmental Services received $25,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs to residential structures in support of the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA disaster response to Puerto Rico.

Civil Works Contracting; Hager Construction Co.; Heard Contracting; Onopa Services; Quadrant Construction Inc.; and Team Henry Enterprises received a combined $90,000,000 for construction in Marine Corps Installation (MCI) East.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $8,2656,194 for additional alteration of the fuel cell facility (P8) at RI Air National Guard Base, North Kingstown, RI.

Dills Architects received $10,000,000 for architect-engineering services in NAVFAC Atlantic.

Facility Support Services received $8,229,000 to renovate Building 260, Nuclear Equipment Maintenance and Inspection Facility at Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

Fraser & Fogle Architects received $20,000,000 for architectural projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest. Other critical tasks include identifying customer project design requirements by developing DD1391 documentation.

Great Northwest Inc.; Granite Construction Co.; Paving Products Inc.; COLASKA Inc.; HC Contractors Inc.; and Knik Construction Co. received $15,000,000 for paving and runway and roadway striping at Eielson AFB and Fort Wainwright.

G-W Management Services; EGI HSU JV, LLC; C.E.R. Inc.; Ocean Construction Services; Kimball Construction Co.; and Leebcor Services received a combined $99,000,000 for construction located primarily within NAVFAC Washington.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. received $76,803,000 for demolition and construction for the Defense Logistics Agency in Richmond, VA.

J.W. Clark Enterprises; Rand Enterprises, Inc.; Battle Creek Construction; Belt Built CFM JV; Asturian Group, Inc.; and Honu’apo I, LLC received a combined $99,000,000 for construction projects located mostly in NAVFAC Washington.

Lagan Construction LLC received $14,472,698 for repairs to South Field runways 5/23 and 14/32 at NAS Whiting Field.

The Lane Construction Corp. received $67,337,000 for construction of Repair Runway 14 Left - 32 Right Pavement and lighting replacement and modernization of airfield lighting phase one at NAS Oceana.

Messer Construction Co. received $24,166,000 for the addition and alteration of the Foreign Materials Exploitation Laboratory (FME) Wright-Patterson AFB.

Metals USA received $120,000,000 for metals, metal products and incidental services for the prime vendor program for the central region of the U.S. Metals USA/i-Solutions Group also received $90,000,000 for metals, metal products and incidental services for the West region of the United States.

O’Brien Engineering received $15,000,000 for architectural and engineering services in support of DHS.

PRS Newland JV received $7,182,211 for a levee widening and improvement project in Sacramento, CA.

The Renew Group Inc. received $18,583,758 for new parking lots and roads, resurfacing existing pavement and repairing tank trails at Ft. Hood, TX.

Sundt Corp. received $56,299,513 for barracks demolition and new barracks construction at the Presidio of Monterey.

Walsh Construction Co. received $34,496,000 to repair and renovate a fire station and ship services support facility, Building 435 at NBK Bremerton.


Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. LLC received $8,859,000 for pipeline beach placement and endangered species monitoring in Galveston, TX.

Great Lakes Dock & Materials LLC received $8,264,274 to repair the Cleveland, OH, East Breakwater.

Inland Dredging Co. LLC received $6,537,400 for Mississippi River harbor dredging between Hickman, Kentucky, and Phillips County, AR.

Mike Hooks Inc. received $25,000,000 for rental of a 27-inch to 30-inch cutter head pipeline dredge for maintenance dredging of Mobile Harbor, AL.

RLB Contracting Inc. received $6,956,000 for deep draft maintenance dredging of harbors and channels in TX.

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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 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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