BFP Exclusive Report- A Distillation of DOD Funding Priorities for February 2016

DOD spent $27,407,152,614+ on 209 individual contracts in February 2016

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 $27,407,152,614 on 209 individual contracts during February 2016. This amount does not include Foreign Military Sales contracts worth $1,118,924,036.

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

Culmen International; Defense Technology Inc.; Multinational Defense Services LLC; Sierra Four Industries Corp.; and UDC USA Inc. received $49,000,000 for FMS (Chad, Afghanistan, Iraq, Romania, Somalia, Niger, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Pakistan, Peru, Congo, Jordan, Colombia): production of nonstandard weapons parts and accessories.

DynCorp received $7,685,196 for aviation field maintenance services for the Army Aviation and Missile Command operations in Afghanistan (FMS). DynCorp then received $7,685,196 for aviation field maintenance services for the Army Aviation & Missile Command operations in Afghanistan (FMS).

Ellwood National Forge and General Dynamics received $682,900,000 to provide Turkey with BLU-109 penetrator bomb bodies and components.

General Dynamics received $15,944,272 for technical services supporting domestic (Egypt) M1A1 production. One bid solicited, one received.

Goodyear received $43,458,174 to provide Israel with tires. One bid solicited, one received.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. received $29,058,284 for FMS (Germany, Netherlands, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Japan, Taiwan, Greece, South Korea, UAE, Qatar) supporting lower tier project office missile systems independent integration analysis.

ITC Defense Corp. received $7,678,096 to provide Kuwait with equipment and services for a vehicle management system. One bid solicited, one received.

Lockheed Martin received $141,936,871 to provide Greece with P-3B modernization. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (4).

Lockheed Martin received $32,000,000 for a one-year extension of Iraq pilot training.

Lockheed Martin received $16,239,664 to sustain (additional spares, logistics, and engineering support) two Saudi Arabia KC-130J.

Northrop Grumman received $11,734,223 for Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures on India head of state aircraft.

Raytheon received $27,194,893 for life of type buys and obsolescence components on AMRAAM Lots 28-30 production to unnamed FMS.

Rockwell Collins received $9,644,500 for GPS selective availability anti-spoofing modules and single chip module with memory in support to 57 allied nations.

This is 100% unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Terma North America Inc. received $20,025,286 to provide Taiwan with countermeasures signal processors, advanced threat displays, electrical/electronic equipment control panels, and EMI filters. This is a sole-source acquisition.

United Technologies received $8,729,358 to provide unnamed FMS with long lead-time components, parts, and materials for production of 6 LRIP F135-PW-100 (lot 10). This continues previous contacts (A, B).


Northrop Grumman received $15,205,897 to procure mitigation requirements to address diminishing manufacturing sources/material shortages issues and obsolescence to support planned LRIP activities for the MQ-4C.

Textron received $97,109,000 for Shadow tactical data link retrofit full-rate Production VII. Textron received $19,421,800 for Shadow tactical data link retrofit.


Northrup Grumman received $24,541,711 to sustain contingency operations, with work in Huntsville, AL; Afghanistan; and Egypt. One bid solicited, one received.


DPR Hardin Construction-WGI JV received $17,327,000 to build a human performance center for Naval Special Warfare personnel at NAS Oceana’s Dam Neck Annex.


For training support services, equipment, material, instruction, and products to improve U.S. and partner nation agencies’ capability and expertise to detect, deter, disrupt, and degrade national security threats posed by illegal drugs, trafficking, piracy, transnational organized crime, threat finance networks, and any potential nexus among these activities, the following companies received a shared $450,000,000: Defense Technology Inc. - TEAM DTI; Downrange Operation & Training; Intelitrac Inc.; K&S Tactical; Panthera Solutions (Worldwide); Prosol Associates; Resicum International LLC; VxL Enterprises.

Atlantic Diving Supply Inc.; CACI Inc.; DynCorp; Global Threat Reduction; Global Threat Response Group; Honeywell; PAE Applied Technologies; Raytheon; Triple Canopy; Blackhawk-PRI Critical Services; Cambridge International Systems; International Tactical Solutions; Obera LLC; Patriot Group International; Technology Management Co. received $975,000,000 for counter narcotics and global threats operations and logistics support.

Mantech SRS Technologies Inc., Fairfax, Virginia, received $24,109,632 for R&D and to demonstrate a prototype joint-service oriented architecture integrating operational data for real-time situational awareness to enhance border security.

X Corp Solutions Inc. received $50,000,000 for non-personal services to provide security and counterintelligence support to DTRA/SCC-WMD/JFHQ-E personnel, missions, and facilities worldwide (Albuquerque, NM; Travis AFB; Eglin AFB; Kleber Kaserne, Kaiserslautern, Germany; and DTRA in Fort Belvoir).


Taft Broadcasting LLC received $17,451,682 for 24/7/365 audio-visual maintenance support services to DMA in Riverside, CA, and Fort Meade.


General Dynamics received $25,440,610 for classified network support services for DARPA’s Mission Services Office, Information Technology Directorate. This was a sole-source acquisition.

Raytheon received $9,474,886 for an unnamed DARPA research project.

Raytheon received $17,228,124 for DARPA’s MAD-FIRES program. Lockheed Martin received $8,433,827 for DARPA’s MAD-FIRES program, Phase 1.


Leidos Inc. received $13,000,000 for technology R&D, modeling & simulation, and testing to address issues related to high-speed weapons.

TurboCombustor Technology Inc. received $57,607,803 for USAF aircraft afterburner flame holders. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).


CAE USA Inc. received $7,175,010 for KC-135 aircrew training systems (March ARB; Scott AFB; Grissom ARB, IN; MacDill AFB; Hickam AFB; Kadena AB, Japan; McConnell AFB; Pease ANG Base; Seymour Johnson AFB; Altus AFB; Mildenhall AFB; Fairchild AFB; and Milwaukee ANG Base.


IDSC Holdings received $10,248,745 to procure 1,821 F-35 toolbox kits in support of LRIP lots 8 and 9 for U.S. Navy ($4,875,595; 47.6%); USAF ($3,503,883; 34.2%); Japan ($899,879; 8.7%); and Israel ($969,388; 9.5%).

Lockheed Martin received $47,000,000 for non-recurring effort and integration tasks required to operate a hardware-in-the-loop laboratory used to build, modify, verify and validate, and distribute mission data file sets for F-35. This will deliver modification kits to upgrade RC West Block 3i Verification Validation Station to Block 3F, 3F+, and 3F Digital Channelized Receiver/Technique Generator and Tuner Insertion Program configurations, and provide engineering support during installation and integration of modification kits, verification and validation test venue support in support of F-35A for Japan and Israel under FMS.

Lockheed Martin received $81,386,343 for F-35 A/B/C requirements decomposition and development of Block 4 modernization program capabilities for USMC ($4,164,539; 5.12%); USN ($6,611,354; 8.12%); USAF ($25,214,231; 30.98%); and non-U.S. DOD participants ($19,715,370; 24.22%) This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $769,511,730 for recurring logistics sustainment services support for delivered F-35 for USAF ($372,107,211; 48%); USMC ($181,292,120; 24%); USN ($115,009,621; 15%); international partners ($93,092,756; 12%); and FMS ($8,010,022, 1%).

United Technologies (Pratt & Whitney) received $33,104,748 for engineering change proposals for F-35 LRIP Lot 8 propulsion system for USMC ($27,005,927; 81.58%); USAF ($4,089,780; 12.35%); USN ($1,605,704; 4.85%); and international partners ($403,337; 1.22%).


Lockheed Martin received $9,865,391 to support F-22 Radar Cross Section Marietta Turntable and Aircraft Structural Integrity program.

Lockheed Martin received $45,478,941 for support to increase the flight hours for the F-22 weapon system.


Bell Boeing received $8,231,859 for aircraft hub assemblies. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Bell-Boeing JPO received $8,332,880 for non-recurring engineering to retrofit MV-22 with the Traffic Collision Avoidance System.

Bell Boeing JPO received $9,496,401 for two V-22 Block A to B (50/60 series) upgrade retrofit kits.

Bell-Boeing JPO received $15,194,706 for integrated aircraft survivability equipment 24 A-kits for MV-22 to meet USMC joint urgent operational.

Rolls-Royce received $117,748,728 to procure AE1107C engines and associated spares for USMC (38) and Japan (12).


Boeing received $276,261,820 to produce and deliver two full-rate P-8A, lot III.

Raytheon received $11 001,832 for four APY-10 radar system production kits and related support for P-8A full-rate production (Lot VII) for USN.


Rockwell Collins received $9,201,304 to install one Block I modification aircraft kit, to include the Internet Protocol Bandwidth Expansion and Very Low Terminal kits, on one E-6B.


Boeing received $9,849,966 for Apache helicopter rotary tail blades.

Honeywell received $9,585,183 for technical and logistics support to help repair CH-47 T-55 engines in Corpus Christi, TX.

J&R Tool Inc. received $7,208,440 for storage and shipping containers for target sight systems (TSS) and multi-spectral targeting systems (MTS).

L-3 Communications received $16,930,838 to manufacture, test, delivery and support 29 AN/ARQ-59 [PDF] Common Data Link Hawklink systems on MH-60R.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $10,113,345 to overhaul and recapitalize 165 UH-60 tail rotor gearboxes.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $7,912,270 to integrate formation lighting into VH-92A in support of Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program.

Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems received $18,500,550 for night vision cueing and display system hardware, support equipment, non-recurring engineering, testing, and technical data for JHMCS.

Rolls-Royce received $27,295,364 to overhaul and repair T-63 A-720 turbines.


Boeing received $10,759,161 for integrated logistics support and sustaining engineering on F/A-18A-D, F/A-18E/F, and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($8,835,661; 82%); Australia ($1,076,540; 10%); Canada ($141,160; 1%); Spain ($141,160; 1%); Finland ($141,160; 1%); Switzerland ($141,160; 1%); Kuwait ($141,160; 1%); and Malaysia ($141,160; 1%)

L-3 received $22,756,241 for FY2016 depot-level maintenance support and sustainment [various inspections, modifications, and liaison engineering] on up to four F/A-18A/B/C/D.


Northrop Grumman received $50,762,901 for non-recurring engineering, product support, engineering investigations, and software sustainment in support of full-rate production Lot 4 E-2D.


Northrop Grumman received $9,272,555 to repair eight Advanced Electronic Attack System line items (used on EA-18G). This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.320-1.


Engineering & Software System Solutions received $27,028,876 for C-5 depot supplemental repair.


Rolls Royce received $64,515,889 for performance based logistics supplies, services, and related support for KC-130J propulsion systems [incl. AE2100D3 turboprop & R391 JPG], quick engine change kit, and associated components.


Boeing received $14,468,300 to provide the U.S. Navy, Australia, Kuwait, and Spain with aircraft trailing edge flaps. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

The Entwistle Co. received $9,822,413 for USAF Fuels Operational Readiness Capability equipment.

Lockheed Martin received $52,453,589 for aviation tires supply chain management supporting: P-3C, E-2C/D, C2, AV-8B, CH-46E, F-18A/B/C/D/E/F, EA 18-G, MH-60S/R, SH60B/F, S-3, EA-6B, CH-53/E, V-22, and F-35. This involves a combined effort among USN (85%); Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, Japan, and UK (15%).

Northrop Grumman received $16,921,824 for USN aircraft left outer wing panels. Northrop Grumman received $16,921,824 for USN aircraft right outer wing panels. Both were sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Reliance Test & Technology received $150,204,370 for engineering and technical services necessary to operate 96 Test Wing ranges and facilities in support of R&D and test & eval on weapon systems and components at Eglin AFB, Wright-Patterson AFB, and Holloman AFB.


Honeywell received $12,100,000 to overhaul and repair accessories and instrument items on: A-10, B-52, C-130, C-135, C-5, E-3, F-15, and F-16. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $8,491,857 for aircraft maintenance, management, and logistics support on 44 F-5 F/N.


Raytheon received $7,360,072 for eight different part numbers with various quantities of repairs supporting V-22/H-53 FLIR System. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Raytheon received $12,754,649 for thermal imaging systems. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Technology Service Corp. (TSC) Silver Spring, Maryland, received $23,812,562 and received $12,000,000 for Rapid Reaction Multi-Mission/Support Jammer Cueing (RRMMS/SJC) acquisition effort; to use rapid prototyping processes and modular architectures to deliver mission critical and urgent technological capabilities at Kirtland AFB and deployed locations.


AMEC Programs Inc. received $182,753,859 for the European Phased Adaptive Approach Phase III (Aegis Ashore) to be built in Poland.

Lockheed Martin received $40,000,000 to support Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (ABMD) Program Office advanced concept initiatives to identify technology for present and future ABMD baselines and upgrades.


Northrop Grumman received $20,144,483 for Airborne Laser Mine Detection Systems (ALMDS); depot services and software support; and peculiar support equipment in support of Program Executive Office, LCS.


BAE Systems received $52,125,928 for USS Rushmore (LSD-47) FY2016 phased maintenance availability (PMA), which includes depot-level maintenance and modifications that update the ship's military and technical capabilities.

BAE Systems received $15,589,527 for post shakedown availabilities (PSA) for USS Detroit (LCS-7) and USS Montgomery (LCS-8).

BAE Systems; Marine Hydraulics International; and General Dynamics received an unspecified amount to provide maintenance and CNO availabilities on surface ships; Norfolk, Virginia, homeport, including surface combatants (DDG and CG) class and amphibious (LSD, LPD, LHA, and LHD) class ships.

General Dynamics received $12,668,280 for USS Independence (LCS-2) fiscal 2016 dry-docking selected restricted availability (SRA).

GMD Shipyard Corp.; Colonna's Ship Yard Inc.; Tecnico Corp.; Yank Marine Inc.; Metal Trades Inc.; Detyens Shipyards Inc.; Lyon Shipyard Inc.; Davis Boat Works Inc.; and East Coast Repair & Fabrication received a shared $147,796,715 for dry docking, cleaning, painting, repairs and modifications to Army and Army Reserve vessels on the U.S. East Coast.

Huntington Ingalls received $18,151,166 for continued advance planning of refueling complex overhaul (RCOH) on USS George Washington (CVN 73). Huntington Ingalls received $205,102,815 for RCOH year two, advanced planning on CVN 73.

Lockheed Martin received $11,130,902 for post-delivery support for USS Little Rock (LCS 9).

Lyon Shipyard Inc. and Colonna's Shipyard received $8,483,490 for outboard, stern tube, propeller and line shafts for landing craft utility boats.

ManTech received $9,080,803 for uninterrupted enterprise support to the Navy Ship Maintenance and Logistics Support Information Systems Program.

Philadelphia Gear Corp. received an undisclosed amount for non-recurring engineering of main reduction gears for DDG 51 Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyers.

Q.E.D. Systems Inc. received $11,643,306 for third party advanced planning services in support of CNO availabilities, sundry availabilities (continuous maintenance, phased modernization, re-commissioning), continuous maintenance and emergent maintenance window of opportunity for USN surface ship classes (CG 47/DDG 51).

Vericor Power Systems received $26,157,664 for manufacturing, testing and delivery of ETF40B marine gas turbine engines in support of LCAC service life extension program (SLEP) as well as the repair and refurbishment of output group modules for LCAC engines.

Vigor Marine received $13,993,129 for 45-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry docking of USNS Amelia Earhart (T-AKE 6).


General Dynamics received $23,580,735 for Ohio Replacement Program AC unit detail design, prototype manufacture, qualification, and tech manual dev.

General Dynamics received an undetermined amount for conformal acoustic velocity sonar large vertical array outboard electronics development.

General Dynamics received $7,178,000 to redesign a main propulsion machinery and ship service turbine generator control system for submarines.

General Dynamics received $74,013,910 for sustainment of U.S. and U.K. SSBN fire control system; U.S. SSGN attack weapon control system (incl. training and support equip). Also included is missile fire control for Ohio replacement, U.K. Successor Common Missile Compartment program development.

Huntington Ingalls received $14,541,714 for new work and planning arising from changes to availability work package for USS Columbus (SSN 762) engineering overhaul.

Lockheed Martin received $8,046,094 to produce two low cost conformal array (LCCA) production units, spare modules and spare outboard electronics canisters.

Lockheed Martin received $8,825,425 for U.S. Navy’s FY2016 AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 shore site systems.

Lockheed Martin received $18,463,677 material procurements, manufacturing activities for two ballistic missile sub systems, and an engineering development model.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $54,733,850 for design, development, testing and delivery of Payload Control System portion of AN/BYG-1 [PDF] for all U.S. Navy new construction and in-service subs and appropriate JPO sub platforms. Royal Australian Navy funding ($500,000) obligated at time of award.


Ace Electronics Defense Systems received $8,744,704 to provide various supply materials in support of producing Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control Systems suites of equipment for installation in new ships and retrofit into existing ships.

Advanced Technology International received $99,000,000 to support Office of Naval Research Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) in its Navy Metalworking Center (NMC) of Excellence.

American Overseas Marine Corp. received $16,803,169 for operation and maintenance of seven large, medium-speed roll-on/roll-off ships.

Booz Allen Hamilton received $19,187,597 for technical support (project management, system engineering, R&D, test & eval, logistics, integration, technical troubleshooting, installation, and security).

DRS Laurel Technologies and Lockheed Martin received a shared $9,890,837 for engineering, overhaul, repair and upgrade in support of AN/UYQ-70 (Q70) advanced display system.

Engility Corp. received $9,944,303 for additional systems engineering and technical services (incl. systems integration, software development & engineering, platform simulation, laboratory engineering).

GBL Systems Corp. received $7,405,677 for weapons and aerospace technologies in support of Naval Air Systems Command, Systems & Engineering Department.

General Dynamics received $46,672,970 for security cooperation & assistance, FMS technical, and program/project management support services to the Naval International Programs Office (NIPO), NAVSUP Weapon Systems Command and applicable customers of NAVSUP WSS International Programs Directorate.

General Dynamics received $14,269,353 to support technology insertion; software and systems engineering; modeling and simulation; system level and integration testing; and integrated logistics in support of communications, information technology, and other C4I efforts.

Harris Corp. received $10,276,458 for Commercial Broadband Satellite Program systems, to include two Force Level Variant (FLV) dynamic shipboard systems, three FLV dual antenna/dual channel systems, and one FLV dynamic shipboard system with radar cross section reduction.

L-3 received $8,961,539 to design, build or procure, and test mid-wave infrared (MWIR) and visible spectrum panoramic imagers for Shipboard Panoramic Electro-optic Infrared (EO/IR) Cueing and Surveillance System (SPECSS) function of Combined EO/IR Surveillance and Response System (CESARS).

L-3 Communications and Communications & Power Industries received $43,033,500 each to provide U.S. Navy with weapons systems electron tubes.

Lockheed Martin received $10,415,856 for U.S. Navy FY2016 AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 installation support.

OSI Federal Technologies Inc. received $7,897,437 for 750 (min.) to 2,605 (max.) commercially available laptop computers that serve as mission planning computers in fleet aircraft. This includes 100-248 spare hard drives; up to 88 docking stations; and 450 carrying cases.

Raytheon received $57,849,801 to support ship self-defense system for continuing platform system engineering agent support.

Raytheon received $11,410,990 for engineering development model build and test for cooperative engagement capability (CEC) common array block family of antennae.

Schuyler Line Navigation Co. received $7,757,316 for worldwide charter of one U.S. flagged, shallow draft, double-hull product tanker, which provides DOD bulk fuel support including operations in Japan and North West Pacific.

Systems Planning & Analysis Inc. received $13,544,903 for engineering, technical, and professional support for above water sensor systems development for U.S. Navy (93.2%) and Japan (6.8%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1) & FAR 6.302-1.

Titan Maritime received $43,000,000 for salvage, salvage-related towing, harbor clearance, ocean engineering, and point-to-point towing services to support the Director of Ocean Engineering, Supervisor of Salvage and Diving.

WARTSILA Defense received $11,285,054 for waterjet condition assessments, alterations, repairs, and inventory of parts management for Improved Navy Lighterage System.

SPACEThe USAF recently directed the final GPS IIF satellite into its designated orbit.

Aerojet Rocketdyne received $115,312,613 to develop AR1 rocket propulsion system prototype for the EELV program. Aerojet Rocketdyne is contributing $57,656,307 at the time of award. United Launch Services received $46,629,267 to develop Vulcan BE-4 and Advanced Cryogenic Evolved Stage (ACES) rocket propulsion system prototypes for the EELV program. ULS is contributing $40,828,213 at the time of award.

The Aerospace Corp. received $27,800,000 “for allowable costs in accordance with the [previous] contract” (FA8802-14-C-0001) regarding “special purpose plant equipment” for Space & Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB.

Boeing received $54,980,579 to upgrade X-Band anti-jam to provide increased resilience to both unintentional and hostile electronic threats to Wideband Global SATCOM satellites.

The Cameron Bell Corp. received $13,199,621 for project management and technical support services to develop and sustain Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Navy Enterprise Resource Planning and Business Intelligence Reporting Analysis Systems.

Colsa Corp.; CybEx LLC; Decisive Analytics Corp.; MEI Technologies Inc.; Sentar Inc.; Torch Technologies Inc. received $504,000,000 to design, develop, demonstrate and integrate Domain 2 to support Space & Missile Defense Command.

Farris Engineering Inc. received $10,000,000 to administer, coordinate and technically support facility sustainment, restoration and modernization, construction and non-appropriated funds projects at U.S. Air Force Academy, Buckley AFB, Cheyenne Mountain, Fort Carson, F.E. Warren AFB, Peterson AFB, and Schriever AFB.

Harris Corp. received $15,816,091 for Space Control Depot support (depot and sustainment engineering; item management; stock, storage and issuance of spares; hardware & software maintenance and repairs; and security support).

Kratos (DRSS) received $21,413,622 for technical support in the areas of project management, system engineering, research, test and evaluation, logistics, integration, technical troubleshooting, installation, and security.

Lockheed Martin received $96,040,000 for GPS III contingency operations services and supplies to modify current GPS control segment to operate all GPS III satellites that launch prior to transition to Next Generation Operational Control System. Funding also buys GPS III satellite vehicle simulation modules, GPS Simulator, and updates to the GPS Positional Training Emulator.

Range Generation Next LLC received $7,944,555 for Western Range systems relocation downtime task at Vandenberg AFB.


Five companies received funding (Gryphon Technologies $7,046,968; CGI Federal $7,677,470; Alion Science & Technology $7,677,471; Wyle Lab $8,003,134; Booz Allen Hamilton $8,662,515) for technical and analytical support (six months) to include structured operational and integrated test & eval of Navy systems to Commander Operational Test & Evaluation Force.

Affigent; Telos; Unicom, Suite 100; IBM; Dynamic Systems; Dell; GTRI; HP; CDW-G; Iron Bow; Wildflower; WWT; GovConnection; Force3; Government Acquisitions; Intelligent Decisions; and MicroTech received $5,000,000,000 for commercial hardware, software, and related incidental services at the enterprise level for the Army, DOD, and all other federal clients.

Assured Information Security Inc. received $9,847,240 for software and reports; R&D novel algorithms, techniques, capabilities and processes for achieving multi-platform SIGINT data collection, management and analysis system for integration into USAF, Navy and national enterprise architectures.

Capstone Corp. received $25,845,759 to implement and maintain information resource management solutions; help desk services; field services; information assurance compliance; applications and system support; projects and new work services; and enterprise video teleconference support to the Office of CNO and selected components of SECNAV and subordinate echelons.

G2 Software Systems Inc. received $24,510,631 for technical support in the areas of project management, system engineering, research, test and evaluation, logistics, integration, technical troubleshooting, installation, and security.

General Dynamics received $34,700,000 for follow-on logistics support to the improved mobile subscriber equipment system in Taiwan. One bid solicited, one received.

Harris Corp.; Rockwell Collins; and General Dynamics received a shared $12,725,724,536 for Manpack radios, accessories, and related services for Product Manager Handheld, Manpack, and Small Form Fit/Project Manager Tactical radios.

IBM Corp. received $12,500,000 for IT services and support to PEO Enterprise Information System Product Lead-Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems and Services.

MRSL Real-Time Systems Laboratory Inc. received $11,704,311 to develop advanced SIGINT processing and exploitation capabilities.

SAIC received $12,544,423 to support technology insertion; software & systems engineering; modeling & simulation; system level & systems integration testing; and integrated logistics in support of comms, IT, and other C4I efforts.

SAIC received $26,712,116 for technical support in the areas of project management, system engineering, research, test and evaluation, logistics, integration, technical troubleshooting, installation, and security.

Vergis Group LLC received $33,350,607 to provide responsive and high-quality information assurance services to all customers and stakeholder on behalf of the Washington Headquarters Services, Joint Services Provider, Office of SECDEF, and other DOD agencies.


Lockheed Martin received $15,699,586 for Lot 12 of NAMMO value engineering change proposal for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) production.

Raytheon received $9,174,340 for engineering services, overhaul, repair and upgrade in support of NATO Seasparrow Surface Missile System (NSSMS) units for the CVN 72, equipment and other associated test, ancillary and support equipment. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-4 and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement 206.302-4, recommend approval pursuant to 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(4).

Raytheon received $17,159,513 to design and test common hardware/software capability to be integrated into the SM-3 Block IIA.

Raytheon received $92,918,000 to upgrade of four PATRIOT radars to configuration 3+ (C3+). One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $270,538,032 for SM-6 production and spares requirements.


Advanced Alliant Solutions Team received $11,741,615 for IT support services to meet Army Test & Evaluation Command HQ and subordinate commands (Operational Test Command, Army Evaluation Center, Aberdeen Test Center) mission requirements.


A-T Solutions received $8,063,203; Engility Corp. received $8,315,652 for engineering and technical support services for NSWC Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Technology Division (IHEODTD).

BAE received $22,172,442 for Archerfish Destructors and fiber optic spools (component of the airborne mine neutralization system). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

SCITOR Corp. received $25,786,500 for Integrated Signatures Program development of a signature-based counter IED. SCITOR Corp. then received $25,786,500 for the Integrated Signatures Program development of a signature-based counter-IED.

SRC Inc. received $49,200,000 for R&D, testing and evaluation of new capabilities for the Duke System.


Pelatron Inc. received $11,531,100 for Control and Reporting Center (CRC) Operations Module Modification (OM MOD) production.


AAR Manufacturing Inc. received $49,000,000 for Next Generation Automatic Test System (NGATS) automatic test equipment shelters and storage shelters.

AM General received $13,745,754 for de-tuned engines with container units for HMMWV. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

AM General received $23,159,070 to recapitalize ARNG HMMWV (converting M1151 to M1167) on up to 251 vehicles. One bid solicited, one received.

Caterpillar Inc. received $14,620,284 for 28 Type 1 T-5 and 28 Type II T-5 bulldozers.

Fidelity Technologies Corp. received $16,934,493 for armor B-kits.

General Dynamics received $101,803,026 for Stryker garrison/deployment maintenance and field service representative support.

PAR Systems Inc. received $7,238,168 to identify and correct all design defects, replace insufficient components, and replace/repair components for Henry M. Shreve crane [PDF].


Ceradyne Inc. received $92,737,639 for enhanced small arms protective inserts. This was a sole-source acquisition per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(2).

Olin Corp. (Winchester) received $99,200,000 for .38 and .45 caliber and 9mm ammunition. One bid solicited, one received.


SupplyCore Inc. received $97,000,000 for supply, storage and distribution of water purification systems.


DeRossi & Son Co. Inc. received $10,382,580 for U.S. Army men's poly/wool dress coats.


ASM Research received $20,000,000 to continue Army Training Requirements & Resources System services.

The Caesar Rodney School District, received $8,856,304 for comprehensive education program services, grades K-12, servicing eligible DOD dependents at Dover AFB. The Town of Lincoln/Lincoln Public Schools received $12,500,205 for comprehensive education program services, grades pre-K through eighth, servicing eligible DOD dependents at Hanscom AFB.


Block Mems received $9,408,808; Leidos Inc. received $17,873,386; LGS Innovations LLC received $11,150,022; Spectrum Photonics Inc. received $16,896,196 for R&D on portable system for real-time standoff detection and identification of trace chemical residues on surfaces using active infrared spectroscopy at a 30-meter range.

Smiths Detection received $17,262,861 for 2,092 M4A1 Joint Chemical Agent Detectors; 2,088 communication adapter kits; and 10 platform interface kits. Smiths Detection received $17,117,886 for 2,092 M4A1 joint chemical agent detectors; 2,088 communication adapter kits; and 10 platform interface kits.


Graybar Electric received $9,500,000 for maintenance, repair and operations for Northeast region, Zone 2, USA. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code  2304 (c)(1).

Pepco Energy Services Inc. received $80,429,313 for energy improvements at Naval Station Great Lakes.


Buffalo Supply Inc. received $10,256,568 for surgical items for facilities that participate in the electronic catalogue program.

Center for Diseases Detection received $12,952,029 for HIV testing and reporting services.

Chinook Medical Gear Inc. received $7,176,545 for medical surgical items for facilities participating in the electronic catalogue program.

Data Networks Inc. received $7,109,155 for Program Executive Office (PEO) DOD Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS) – Defense Medical Information Exchange (DMIX).

Metro Medical Equipment & Supply received $29,000,000 for medical equipment.

Wolverine Fire Protection Co.; Premier Fire Protection received $12,673,602 for fire protections systems and related work.

3D Systems Inc. received $18,637,163 for medical equipment and accessories.


American Airlines received $125,922,873 for Category A international commercial air cargo transportation service.

Ten companies (American President Lines Ltd., Scottsdale, AZ: $128,565,957; American Roll-on Roll-Off Carrier, Woodcliff Lake, NJ: $33,470,475; Central Gulf Lines, Mobile, AL: $12,247,421; Farrell Lines, Norfolk, VA: $32,180,437; Hapag-Lloyd USA, Piscataway, NJ: $46,037,679; Liberty Global Logistics, Lake Success, NY: $27,894,240; Maersk Line, Norfolk, VA: $113,917,789; Matson Navigation Co., Oakland, CA: $47,647,499; TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico, Jacksonville, FL: $10,074,363; and TransAtlantic Lines, Greenwich, CT: $10,298,060) received funding for international ocean and intermodal distribution services (Universal Services Contract 7).


Ahtna Environmental Inc. received $9,900,000 for environmental remediation at the Military Ocean Terminal, Concord, CA, and other installations within the South Pacific Division, USACE. One bid solicited, one received.

Cape Environmental Management; EA Engineering, Science, & Technology; Hydrogeologic Inc.; Sevenson Environmental Services Inc.; FPM-CTI JV LLC; Los Alamos Technical Associates Inc.; and Kemron/Arrowhead JV received a shared $176,250,000 for environmental remediation services.

Cardno TEC-AECOM Atlantic JV received $50,000,000 for environmental planning and engineering services for National Environmental Policy Act and Executive Order 12114 re: Ship Homeporting & Related Operational Issues within NAVFAC Atlantic.

CB&I Federal Services received $95,000,000 for environmental remediation services at various locations primarily within NAVFAC Atlantic.

MANTECH-AECOM JV received $30,000,000 for A-E services for preparation of National Environmental Policy Act planning documents for USN and USMC in-water and coastal projects in NAVFAC Southwest.


Food Service Inc. received $50,181,810 for food and beverage support. This was a sole-source acquisition, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

The Wornick Co. received $8,513,700 for wet pack MRE fruit.

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (a.k.a. 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.

Pride Industries received $14,836,991 for base operations at Ft. Rucker Department of Public Works.

Sentel Corp. received $25,081,184 for logistics support services at Fort Bragg.

Strategic Defense Solutions received $13,170,497 for gunnery range support at Ft. Rucker.


Barbaricum LLC; K2 Solutions Inc.; Red Gate Group LTD; and Wintec Arrowmaker Inc. received $44,000,000 to assess relevant technology for the Assistant Secretary re: Army Adaptive Red Team.

CACI Inc. received $10,008,638 for comptroller mission systems support for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).

Cotton & Co. LLP received $10,600,216 to audit assistance of U.S. Navy General Fund Schedule of Budgetary Activity for FY2016.

Modern Technology Solutions Inc. received $22,623,656 for technical engineering support services in support of DOD’s Strategic Capabilities Office.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $45,450,000 for support, sustainment and personnel system upgrades under DON TRACKER. This was not competitive (sole-source Small Business Innovation Research Phase III), per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(5).

VSolvit LLC received $10,672,929 for IT enterprise business systems support at Naval Facilities Information Technology Center, Naval Base Ventura County.


Benaka Inc. received $9,445,000 to install energy efficient roofs on Buildings 4, 12, 26, and 592 at NSA Philadelphia.

RLF & Sherlock Smith & Adams JV received $25,000,000 for engineering and design services for medical construction projects in NAVFAC worldwide.


Gardner Zemke Co. received $19,090,983 for The Dalles generator step-up transformer replacement.

Korte Construction received $19,442,000 to design and build a support building for uranium processing facility at Y-12 National Security Complex, Oak Ridge.


Baldi Bros. Inc. received $10,308,021 to replace asphalt runway 24L at MCAS Miramar.

Southern Management Inc. received $35,000,000 for repairs to Seymour Johnson AFB airfield, Ft. Fisher, and Dare County Bomb Range.


Bristol General Contractors received $9,340,395 to repair Bachelors Enlisted Quarters Building 620597 at Camp Pendleton.

Coburn Contractors; Halbert Construction Co.; Hawk Niking; Starlight-Shintani-Greenwave; Talion Construction; and Tokunaga Elite JV received $9,000,000 each for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Hawaii.

Construction Development Services Inc.; Cram Roofing Co.; Gallaher Management Group Inc.; Industrial Contract Service Corp.; Quality Roofers & Guttering Inc.; Service Disabled Contracting Group Inc. received a shared $45,000,000 for roofing projects in Marine Corps Installation (MCI) East.

DPR Hardin Construction-WGI JV received $26,731,230 to renovate ops facility for a logistical support unit at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story.

Fortis SBJV LLC received $10,989,882 to construct the Air Force Reserve, 513th Air Squadron Operations Facility at Tinker AFB.

Hollon Contracting LLC received $10,000,000 for emergency repairs in the event of a disaster in FEMA Region IV.

Manhattan Construction Co. received $149,886,000 to construct a six-floor building with two underground levels, presumably involving Fort Belvoir.

Northbank Civil & Marine Inc. received $10,528,300 for the Dalles Lock and Dam project, OR.

Pacific West Builders received $8,998,037 to repair and rehab Field Maintenance Facility, Building 2000 at MCAG Combat Center, Twentynine Palms.

Schneider Electric Buildings Americas received $114,314,566 for energy improvements at Naval Base Coronado.


Manson Construction Co. received $17,771,250 for channel dredging in Astoria and Coos Bay, OE; Longview and Ocean Shore, WA; and San Francisco and Eureka, CA.

Marinex Construction Inc. received $16,869,499 for maintenance dredging of the Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia, inner harbors.

Morrish-Wallace Construction Inc.; Malcolm Marine Inc.; Roen Salvage Co.; Luedtke Engineering Co.; Marine Tech; M C M Marine; Dubuque Barge & Fleeting Service; King Co. Inc.; Dean Marine & Excavating; Faust Corp.; Geo. Gradel Co.; and Great Lakes Dock & Materials received $75,000,000 for dredging navigation channels on the Great Lakes.

Weeks Marine Inc. received $9,048,625 to rent one fully equipped & crewed cutterhead dredge for Southwest Pass maintenance dredging on the Mississippi.

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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. DOD uses CFR 206.302-4 to avoid competitive bidding when dealing with treaties and foreign transactions.

Christian Sorensen, a BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran and Arabic translator. 

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