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

DOD spent $25,448,646,000+ on 292 individual contracts during June 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 U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $25,448,646,000 on 292 individual contracts during June 2016.  This amount does not include 23 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth roughly $3,330,606,000.

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

AM General received $66,406,483 to provide Iraq with 356 HMMWV.

AMTEC Corp. received $84,546,877 to provide Iraq with 40mm grenade systems. One bid solicited, one received.

Armtec Countermeasures Co. received $25,307,185 to provide Pakistan, Romania, UAE, and Saudi Arabia with infrared countermeasure flares.

BAE Systems received $10,862,557 to build, integrate, test, and deliver 1 assault amphibious command vehicle (AAVC7A1), and 1 assault amphibious recovery vehicle (AAVR7A1). This includes weapons, equipment, spares, publications, training, engineering, etc. for Japan. This was sole-source (FAR 6.302-4) per Japan’s official written direction.

BH Defense received $30,933,730 to provide Iraq with equipment, training, sustainment, and support to the Iraq International Academy. One bid solicited, one received.

BTAS (Ohio) received $11,786,566 for advisory & assistance services (knowledge-based, non-engineering) to Hanscom AFB and geographically separated units. This provides Professional Acquisition Support Services II program support for development, acquisition, integrations, test, deployment and sustainment in support of R&D and production activities. FMS: Morocco, Japan, Singapore, Jordan, Germany, Sweden, Thailand, Luxembourg, Romania, Poland, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan.

CNS Aviation LLC received $7,084,967 to provide Afghanistan with avionics bench test sets for counternarcotic activities.

Conti Federal Services Inc. received $7,395,937 for construction at Site 13558 in Israel.

Critical Solutions International received $32,887,207 to provide Afghanistan with 464 mine rollers, 300 brackets & manuals, and OCONUS U.S. HMMWV training.

DynCorp received $35,779,427 to provide Iraq contractor technical support services for multiplatform vehicles.

Harris Corp. received $1,700,000,000 to provide Afghanistan with Harris radios, ancillaries, spare parts, and services. The following day, DOD issued a statement saying the contract had no been awarded yet. On 22 June, the contract was finally awarded.

Lockheed Martin received $20,431,791 to provide France with C-130J long lead items (spares & support equipment) in preparation to receive four C-130J.

Raytheon received $7,863,440 to provide the Netherlands with 155mm projectiles.

Sunrise Beach Corp. received $10,640,045 to provide Netherlands with unit field and sustainment level maintenance activities (inspection, maintenance, preservation, corrosion control, avionics & component removal, repair).


Boeing received $667,522,500 to provide Qatar with twenty-four AH-64E Apache helicopters, 1 Longbow crew trainer, ground support equipment, and Thales radios. One bid solicited, one received.

General Electric received $26,979,910 to provide Egypt with twelve F110-100 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) kits.

Kilgore Flares Co. received $24,873,926 to provide the UAE and Qatar with infrared countermeasure flares.

Northrop Grumman received $8,841,488 to provide Morocco with 172 eyesafe laser range finders. One bid solicited, one received.

Raytheon received $7,227,976 to provide the UAE with PATRIOT system electric power plants. Some work in Germany.

Raytheon received $523,386,294 to modernize six PATRIOT fire units for Kuwait. One bid solicited, one received.

Swiftships LLC received $15,000,000 to provide Egypt with 28-meter coastal patrol craft production material kits, 4.7-meter rigid inflatable boats, FLIR system, diagnostic equipment, and engineering technical services. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4) - International Agreement.


Arête Associates received $7,645,708 (later revised to $7,116,398) to provide Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance & Analysis (COBRA) program systems support for the AN/DVS-1 COBRA Block 1 system and equipment. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(5).

General Atomics received $24,848,504 for an additional six months of logistics support for Warrior A and Gray Eagle Block 0.

Northrop Grumman received $62,406,998 for operation and maintenance services in support of the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator (BAMS-D) program ISR mission.

Northrop Grumman received $203,559,743 for Global Hawk contractor logistic services and sustainment.

SRA International Inc. (CSRA Co.) received $7,525,000 for basic, applied, and advanced technology development, R&D, and demonstration for understanding the trust calibration process re: human-machine teaming.


Buchanan & Edwards Inc. received $19,500,000 for the Marine Corps Recruiting Information Support System (MCRISS).

Leebcor Services received $11,959,980 to repair and refurbish First Battalion Recruit Barracks B-589 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island.


Media Fusion Inc. received $7,660,980 for multimedia services at Edwards AFB including AFRL and any services for Air Force Plant 42.

Par Government Systems Corp. received $7,195,416 for MediSphere software and hardware. This supports the MediFor program, which aims to develop technologies for automated assessment of image/video integrity. For a given image/video, the product should automatically detect manipulations, inform analysts re: types of manipulations (how & what significance) to facilitate decisions regarding the intelligence value of the image or video.


Berry Aviation received $13,157,872 for air transportation (including casualty evacuation, passenger & cargo services, and airdrop) throughout Trans-Sahara Africa.


URS Federal Services received $17,792,619 for Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) Army Prepositioned Stock-2 (APS-2) European Activity Set (EAS). Work in Germany.


Shape Technologies LLC received $8,154,767 for support (technical engineering & exercise simulation generation) to the Modeling & Simulations Operations Branch of the Joint Exercise and Training Directorate of Headquarters USSTRATCOM and for the Modeling and Simulation Branch of NORAD and USNORTHCOM.


King Aerospace Inc. received $31,309,919 for logistics support of the De Havilland Canada Dash 7 Airborne Reconnaissance Low (ARL) EO-5 Army Fixed Wing aircraft fleet at Fort Bliss.

Munilla Construction Management received $63,028,574 to consolidate and replace W.T. Sampson School, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. This involves building a pre-K-12 school.


AAR Airlift Group Inc. received $21,789,000 for two rotary wing aircraft to move cargo and passengers throughout Afghanistan. Columbia Helicopters Inc. received $24,983,704 for two rotary wing aircraft to move cargo and passengers throughout Afghanistan.

AC First received $24,117,967 for logistics support in Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

BAE Systems received $31,063,977 for Afghanistan Intelligence Services supporting U.S. Forces - Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received. CACI (Six3) received $28,613,559 for Afghanistan Intelligence Services supporting U.S. Forces - Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Leidos received $26,926,214 to support the 1st Theater Support Command, Ammunition Supply Point in Kuwait.

Mission Essential Personnel LLC (MEP) received $8,788,091 for coordination, planning, and execution of intelligence collection operations for U.S. Forces - Afghanistan. One bid solicited, one received.

Vectrus Systems received $26,121,838 for Base Operations Support at Camp As-Sayliyah, Camp As-Sayliyah – South, and Area Support Group - Qatar.


ACADEMI; AECOM-URS; ARMA Global Corp.; Fulcrum IT Services; Jacobs Technology Inc.; and Raytheon have been added to a previously announced (28 July 2015) contract worth $900,000,000 (max.) for USSOCOM Wide Mission Support services (management, engineering & technical, professional services).

Boeing (Insitu) received $40,695,000 for Mid-Endurance Unmanned Aircraft Systems (MEUAS 1.5-B) ISR services for USSOCOM. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Medvolt LLC received $9,065,868 for a language training facility for Special Operations, Fort Carson, CO.

Textron (AAI) received $35,000,000 to provide USSOCOM mid-endurance unmanned aircraft systems, ISR services. This is a sole source requirement, issued per 10 U.S.C 2304(c) (1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1.

Zero Point Inc. received $49,000,000 to provide USSOCOM with technical and program assistance (include training for radio-controlled IED, electronic countermeasures, EOD and counter proliferation), engineering, systems analysis, strategic project support, telecommunications analysis, and tech support, etc. Work will be at Fort Bragg and worldwide.


DynCorp received $20,939,704 to provide services for Philippines Operations Support in the Philippines for Marine Corps Forces Pacific and the Pacific Command Augmentation Team – Philippines.


PAE (A-T Solutions) received $20,488,140 for a one-year extension for Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) operations support at Fort Meade.


Alliance for Counter Narcoterrorism LLC; CACI; Mission Essential Personnel; Leidos received a shared $480,000,000 to support the counter narco-terrorism program office.


Agile Defense Inc. received $27,924,716 for unclassified IT services and support to DARPA Mission Services Office Information Technology Directorate.

BAE Systems received $13,359,684 for work on DARPA’s Adaptive Radar Countermeasures program.

Lockheed Martin received $7,397,174 for Phase II of the Collaborative Operations In Denied Environment (CODE) program. Phase I focused more on system design & development for CODE prototype, while Phase II matures algorithm suites.

Northrop Grumman received $17,773,859 for work on Phase III of DARPA’s Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node (TERN) program. Phase III focuses on design, fabrication, and testing of Tern Demonstration System (TDS) prototype. Northrop Grumman’s cost share increases by $1,025,859 ($39,396,556 to $40,422,415).


University of Dayton Research Institute received $12,098,382 for R&D and “application of conceptual, preliminary, and detailed vehicle design processes to current and future aerospace systems, weapon systems, sub-systems, and components including assurance of performance over the life cycle.” The program seeks to develop physics-based design and analysis of aerospace vehicles through modeling & simulation codes “using distributed computing environments concurrently requiring development of approximation methods, reduced order models, sensitivity analysis, uncertainty quantification, verification, validation, experimental methods characterizing behavioral physics, and data visualization.”


GeoEye Analytics Inc. received $55,300,000 for management & maintenance of all-source geospatial predictive analysis services (gathering, analyzing, manipulating data for geospatial predictive modeling). This was uncompetitive, per FAR 6.302-1, FAR 6.302-3, and FAR 15.3.


AS & D LLC received $207,881,101 for Aerospace System Technical Research and Operations Services. Provide AFRL with high quality on-site test operations, engineering and technical personnel to perform test site design, modification and build engineering analysis of test facilities at Edwards AFB.

General Electric received $919,470,655 and United Technologies received $873,174,143 for designing, fabricating, integrating, and testing multiple complete, flight-weight centerline, 45,000 lbs. thrust turbofan adaptive engines (AETP). GE work is in Cincinnati, OH, and Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC). UT work is in Hartford, CT; West Palm Beach, FL; and AEDC.

Honeywell received $75,000,000 for the Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III & Beyond program. Williams International Co. received $30,000,000 for Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engines (VAATE) III & Beyond. VAATE aims to develop technologies by 2017 that will permit an order of magnitude increase in turbo-propulsion affordability over Y2K technology.

United Technologies Corp. received $24,000,000 for R&D in the areas of power and thermal management system detailed design.


Alion Science & Technology Corp. received $18,091,846 and Wyle Laboratories Inc. received $34,000,000 to provide engineering and logistic services in support of the F-35 Joint Program Office. These were not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

American Systems Corp. received $9,580,425 for fighter test services and operational test capabilities necessary to accomplish test concept supporting Joint Strike Fighter operational test team at Edwards AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $323,000,000 for a laboratory providing an integrated reprogramming capability to build, test, modify, and delivery mission data files (MDFs) for the F-35. This was non-competitive, 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).

Lockheed Martin received $27,189,434 to help develop a Common F-35A air system (incl. training device integration, fusion updates, and flight test requirements for South Korea and Israel). International partner funding of $9,400,000 is allocated initially.

Lockheed Martin received $13,430,765 for delivery, installation, configuration, and initial sustainment for Autonomic Logistics Information Systems Operational Representative Environment in support of the F-35 for USAF ($6,773,065; 50%); USMC ($3,328,850; 25%) and the U.S. Navy ($3,328,850; 25%).


United Technologies received $64,205,540 for F119 engine sustainment


Boeing received $33,863,858 for integrated logistics support and sustaining engineering services in support of F/A-18 A-F and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($29,013,260; 86%); Australia ($2,190,403; 8%); Finland ($382,569; 1%); Kuwait ($382,569; 1%); Malaysia ($382,569; 1%); Switzerland ($382,568; 1%); Canada ($373,005; 1%); and Spain ($373,004; 1%).

Boeing received $17,241,112 for automated maintenance environment for F/A-18 A-F and EA-18G for U.S. Navy ($15,468,605; 90%); Australia ($1,772,507; 10%).

Lockheed Martin received $23,726,165 for equipment in support of F/A-18. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

eggitt Safety Systems received $21,488,710 for two-seat canopy actuators for the F-16. Partial unnamed FMS.


Parker Hannifin Corp. received $30,889,800 for B-1 fuel injection nozzles.


Boeing received $18,116,915 to update the flight management computer system software and air data inertial reference magnetic variation tables on the P-8A.

Boeing received $71,571,420 to develop, integrate, and test P-8A Increment 3 Block I capabilities: Link 16, Harpoon II+ Missile, integrated broadcast system receiver & filtering, high frequency radio system, targeting, and narrowband SATCOM for U.S. Navy ($67,571,420; 94.5%), Australia ($4,000,000; 5.5%).


General Electric received $59,812,570 to remanufacture eighteen F108 engines. This is a sole-source acquisition.

L-3 Communications received $1,910,525,014 for KC/KDC-10 airframe contractor logistics support. This includes KDC-10 Remote Aerial Refueling Operator System for the Netherlands (FMS).


American Systems Corp. received $85,000,000 for operational test & evaluation services (integrated test functions for USAF and multiservice fighter acquisition programs; test design; test planning, execution, reporting) related to 4th and 5th generation fighters at Edwards AFB and Nellis AFB.

Boeing received $7,997,277 for engineering, kits, equipment, and tooling to modify T-45 engine inlet in order to correct chronic engine surges and stalls.

Boeing received $40,309,890 for C-32 and C-40 aircraft items and contractor logistics support.

Canadian Commercial Corps. received $7,798,279 for the Global Procedure Designer (GPD) software design, installation, support, training, maintenance, and technical support. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Draken International received $28,000,000 for adversary air support services (including fuel and flight hours) at Nellis AFB.

GSE Dynamics Inc. received $14,761,578 for fairing assemblies and engineering and technical support.

Gulfstream received $9,876,821.01 for Gulfstream Executive Aircraft Engineering Services. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Interstate Electronics Corp. received $11,877,790 for flight test instrumentation engineering services. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

M1 Support Services received $193,770,483 for: T-38 aircraft maintenance program operations & maintenance services. This provides B-2 and U-2 pilots with a companion training capability and adversary air assets for the F-22 community. Work at Beale, Holloman, Langley, Tyndall and Whiteman AFB.

Precision Turbines, Inc. received $45,823,629 for performance-based contractor logistics support for two UC-35C and 10 UC-35D aircraft in support of USMC. Overseas work is in Okinawa, Japan (7.3%) and Doha, Qatar (0.1%).

Raytheon received $14,015,266 for Block 1 engineering, manufacturing development, and preparation for Joint Precision Approach & Landing System (JPALS) Program configuration design review.

TIAX LLC received $17,689,581 for an integrated aircrew ensemble initial rate production and initial operational test and evaluation.


Airbus received $73,082,640 for Program Year 11 contractor logistic support for the U.S. Army's UH-72 fleet.

General Electric received $46,302,266 for T-700 engine field service support.

Lockheed Martin received $40,382,466 for MH-60R non-recurring engineering efforts for the integration of software product improvement for U.S. Navy ($35,382,466; 87.6%); and Australia ($5,000,000; 12.4%).

Lockheed Martin (Sikorsky) received $11,062,320 for one UH-60M helicopter.

Moog Inc. received $7,129,206 to repair the cylinder assembly and the analog convertor on H-60 aircraft. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


Lockheed Martin received $7,027,343 for sustainment of the Common Organizational Level Tester (COLT).

Lockheed Martin received $1,750,000,000 for repairables for various weapon systems. This was sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1).

Pacific Architects and Engineers Aviation & Technical Services received $37,791,348 for maintenance on aircraft at Naval Test Wing Pacific, China Lake (50%); Point Mugu, CA (40%); and various U.S. locations (10%).

Parsons Government Support Services received $7,194,399 for ground support equipment maintenance services at Robins AFB.


Harris Corp. (Exelis) received $12,321,567 for engineering services and software support equipment products for Advanced Self-Protection Jammer (AN/ALQ-165), the Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures (AN/ALQ-214), Aircraft Self Protection Optimization and the Software Improvement Project for U.S. Navy ($7,392,941; 60%); Australia ($2,464,313; 20%); Kuwait ($985,725; 8%); Finland ($739,294; 6%); and Switzerland ($739,294; 6%). This was not competitively procured, FAR 6.302-1.

Honeywell International Inc. received $9,086,802 for 101 full-rate production Lot 39 advanced multi-purpose displays for F/A-18E/F and EA-18F aircraft. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Rockwell Collins Inc. received $24,933,924 for up to 194 Quint Networking Technology radios; 379 parts of associated hardware; and 36,482 hours of incidental equipment modification services for AN/ALQ-231(V) Intrepid Tiger Electronic Attack System in support of the Joint Electronic Attack Compatibility Office. This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Technology Service Corporation (TSC) received $11,227,839 for work on Rapid Reaction Multi Mission/Support Jammer Cueing.

Toyon Research Corp. received $22,825,667 for AN/ALQ-231(V) hardware, incidental engineering and modification services for the electronic warfare and electronic attack communications jamming airborne and ground based systems and laboratories. This was non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.


Pyrotechnic Specialties Inc.; Amtec Corp. received $48,000,000 to replenish BBU-35 A/B [PDF} impulse cartridges. Some FMS (Singapore, Greece, India, Taiwan, Poland, Hungary, Tunisia, Belgium, Romania, Pakistan, Morocco, UAE).

Raytheon received $118,526,926 for Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD) Jammer vehicles (lot 9) and support equipment. This is sole-source.


Lockheed Martin received $357,018,057 for AEGIS work: engineering, computer maintenance, inspection, overhaul, depot support, etc. for Japan (49.6%); South Korea (27.9%); Norway (16.4%); Australia (5.1%); and Spain (1%). Includes AEGIS implementation studies for future FMS. FMS ($86,154,657) obligated at time of contract. This was non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and (c)(4).

Lockheed Martin received $22,383,606 for lifetime sustainment and support services for installed Aegis Weapon Systems (AWS).


Advanced Acoustic Concepts received $27,461,965 to support existing mission package software platforms for LCS Mission Modules Program. AAC will procure, install, fabricate, test, troubleshoot and perform operational maintenance.

Austal USA received $11,239,032 to provide emergent availability planning and execution for full ship shock trials support (FSST) for USS Jackson (LCS-6).

CSC Government Solutions LLC received $10,291,231 for professional services (test & eval, lifecycle engineering & support, logistics & operational readiness, program management, business & financial management, systems engineering, production planning & production engineering, manning, personnel & training, human systems integration analysis & engineering, data management engineering, combat systems dev.) in support of the LCS Program Office, and the LCS Fleet Introduction and Sustainment Program Office.

Lockheed Martin received $10,864,910 for emergent availability planning & execution and test & trials for USS Milwaukee (LCS-5) full ship shock trials.


General Dynamics received funding for detail design and construction of six T-AO 205 Class Fleet Replenishment Oilers (lead ship in FY2016 worth $640,206,756; aiming for one follow ship/year FY2018 - FY2022). This was procured via limited competition pursuant to 10 U.S .Code 2304(c)(3).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $272,467,161 for long lead-time material in support of one amphibious assault ship (LHA 8). Limited competition, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(3).


BAE Systems received $53,434,742 for USS Russell (DDG-59) FY2016 selected restricted availability (SRA).

BAE Systems received $21,234,688 for fitting out availability and post shakedown availability of Amphibious Landing Platform Dock USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26).

Huntington Ingalls Inc. received $17,306,376 for emergent and supplemental long lead-time material to support overhauling USS George Washington’s (CVN 73) refueling complex.

MHI/Tecnico JV received $27,102,332 for USS Arlington (LPD-24) FY2016 phased maintenance availability (PMA).


General Dynamics received $7,285,000 to design Virginia class submarine – Virginia payload module prototype and tactical integrated tube & hull forgings.

General Dynamics received $13,712,585 to continue developing AN/BYG-1 Weapons Control System (WCS) Technology Insertion (TI) and Advanced Processing Build (APB) software upgrade for multiple submarine platforms.

Lockheed Martin received $14,296,595 for AN/SQQ-89 product supportability and installation efforts for U.S. Navy (87%); Japan (13%).


For an estimated $3,960,000,000 (max.) of services per year, 608 corporations will compete for service requirements solicited by Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Command, Strategic Systems Programs, Office of Naval Research, and USMC. The functional service areas within the contract scope include: R&D; engineering; modeling, simulation, and analysis; prototyping, pre-production, model-making, and fabrication; system design documentation & technical data; software engineering; programming & network support; quality assurance; information assurance; IT support; ship inactivation & disposal; interoperability; test & eval; acquisition logistics; training support; and public affairs & multimedia support.

For technical support services (assessing network requirements; designing system architecture; network modeling; simulation & testing; network technology & prototype development; network security; information assurance & certification of networks; network management) on afloat, ashore, and airborne networks and information systems: Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. received $18,101,909; Calnet Inc. received $19,441,463; McKean Defense Group LLC (Cabrillo Technologies) received $21,859,683; SAIC received $20,740,845; Scientific Research Corp. received $20,436,260; Solute Inc. received $19,336,821.

Adept Process Services Inc. received $30,291,891 for port operations at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Oahu, Hawaii.

Falconwood Inc. received $72,967,311 for program management office support for Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems’ (PEO EIS) Navy Enterprise Networks office. This is non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).

General Electric received $20,075,280 for Single Shank Turbine LM2500 Hot Section Modification Kits and Integrated Electronic Controller Modification Kits.

Harris (Exelis) received $24,371,236 to build, test, and deliver four FY2016 AN/SPS-48G radar modification kits.

Progeny Systems Corp. received $16,660,623 for services (resolve obsolescence that impacts host platform physical/electronic interfaces) involving software development, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) procurement, and hardware/software integration for subs and undersea warfare weapons.

Serco Inc. received $9,902,408 for Close-In Weapons System (CIWS) waterfront installation support in Norfolk, VA (36%); San Diego, CA (30%); Pearl Harbor, HI (5%); Everett, WA (6%); Mayport, FL (6%), and overseas ports (17%).

Systems Planning & Analysis received $9,737,545 for expertise in: engineering, test & evaluation, and program management for above water sensor systems development.

4 Star Technologies Inc.; Atlantic Diving Supply; Advanced Computer Concepts; Blue Tech Inc.; CDW Government LLC; CounterTrade Products Inc.; FCN; Global Technology Resources; iGov Technologies; M2 Technology; Marshall Communications; MicroTechnologies LLC; NCS Technologies Inc.; New Tech Solutions; Presidio Networked Solutions; Red River Computer Co.; SAIC; Scientific Research Corp.; Sterling Computers Corp.; Unistar-Sparco Computers Inc.; Walker & Associates received a shared $750,000,000 for commercial-off-the-shelf, C2 equipment and related worldwide support services primarily for the U.S. Navy (nominal support to DOD and civilian federal agencies). C2 equipment may consist systems: video & imagery; GPS equipment, intelligence support; intercom; and tactical displays, processors, workstations.


Alaska Aerospace Corp. received $80,426,000 for launch facility and range support services in Kodiak, Alaska.

Lockheed Martin received $50,247,984 for seven Reentry Field Support Equipment sets and four sets of support equipment. Includes interim contractor support, and if necessary, design requalification and/or recertification.

Orbital ATK (Launch Systems) received $7,581,050 for Missile Component Advanced Technologies (MCAT) Program. This includes motor cases, internal & external case insulation, nozzles, thrust vector control & actuators, propellant, advanced solid rocket materials, model & simulation tools, characterization & mitigation of hazards with SRMs & propellants, etc.


Harris Corp. received $24,361,851 for Space Control Depot support of nine additional programs that have transitioned to sustainment.

L-3 received $43,874,673 for Consolidated Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) modifications, maintenance, and operations at Diego Garcia; Guam; Ka'ena Point, HI; New Boston AFS; Thule AB; Vandenberg AFB; Bordon, Hants, UK; and Cape Canaveral AFS. Harris Inc. received $8,982,374 for two months of operations, maintenance, and logistics support of Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) at Schriever AFB; Colorado Springs, CO; Vandenberg AFB; Diego Garcia; Andersen AFB; Kaena Point, Oahu, HI; New Boston AFS; Cape Canaveral AFS; and Thule AB.

Lockheed Martin received $47,971,885 for Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Satellite vehicle 1-4. LM will help with mission planning functionality to support the AEHF transition from initial to full operational capability.

Lockheed Martin received $25,195,531 for Remote Sensing Systems Directorate’s Space Based Infra-Red Systems (SBIRS) follow-on production, specifically transitioning geosynchronous earth orbit operations. This adds backend tuning to the baseline.


Lockheed Martin received $34,027,588 for Next Generation Technical Services IV at: Wright Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground; Stennis Space Center; Vicksburg, MS; and Lorton, VA.

SAIC received $84,726,491 for management and technical support necessary to advance high performance computing services at: Wright Patterson AFB; Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG); Stennis Space Center, MS; Vicksburg, MS; Lorton and McLean, VA.


Applied Research Associates; Booz Allen Hamilton; Concurrent Technologies Corp.; Eoir Technologies; Leidos; Logos Technologies; Neany Inc.; Radiance Technologies Inc.; Sierra Nevada Corp. received $248,613,655 for DOD technology requirements.

Arctic Slope Mission Services received $8,144,007 for cyber security and interoperability engineering support for assistance with requirements to meet, develop, test and certify information systems delivered under unnamed FMS cases. Work at Hanscom AFB. This is a sole-source acquisition.

CACI-ISS Inc. received $25,652,565 for approximately 299,730 hours of technical services for C4ISR electronic projects in support of Naval Air Warfare Systems, Aircraft Division – Special Communications Mission Solutions Division.

Clark Construction Group received $616,311,000 to design and build a multi-story office building at Fort Meade.

Harris (Exelis Inc.) received $25,089,863 for technical and engineering support toward the design, development, integration, test and operation of command and control, electronic warfare, communication and sensing systems. Exelis will be part of a team to provide tailored technical collection target planning and innovative technical collection plans. Planning and modeling shall leverage existing technical assessments and signatures.

L-3 Communications received $32,446,422 for advanced engineering services to unnamed FMS. This is a sole-source acquisition.

Nimbis Services Inc. received $9,000,000 for R&D on DOD’S cloud-based silicon integrated circuit design environment, which would allow “seamless linkage of the best design and verification capabilities across DOD.” Work is in Columbus, Ohio, for AFRL. This is a sole-source acquisition.

RKF Engineering Solutions received $19,748,000 for the Defense Spectrum Organization Electromagnetic Spectrum Services Applied Engineering Support - Mobile Service Provider. Work in Annapolis, MD, and Fort Meade.

SAIC received $8,571,428 for system interoperability/integration requirements & tests, and proof of concepts studies relating to force protection requirements for INSCOM G3 Aerial ISR. Work in Huntsville, AL; Fort Gordon; and Afghanistan.

Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) received $9,236,172 to support and sustain Tactical Systems Emulator (TSE) software, TSE System Integration Laboratory, TSE Continental United States Classroom Systems at Beale AFB; Fort Bragg; Hurlburt AFB; and Cannon AFB. This was sole-source acquisition by Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA).

STG Inc. received $34,538,786 for IT services and support requirements for the 2nd Regional Cyber Center Western Hemisphere, Fort Huachuca.


Rockwell Collins Inc. received $60,121,339 for AN/ARC-210 radios and ancillary equipment for U.S. and FMS platforms.

ViaSat Inc. received $33,052,330 to provide senior leaders and support staff with Ku-band and Ka-band comms utilizing ViaSat subscription service while travelling via aircraft.

ViaSat Inc. received $48,270,580 for engineering, technical services and ancillary hardware and software products in support of Joint Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) SATCOM Network Integrated Control System UHF SATCOM channel controllers and user terminals sustainment/modernization. Work in San Diego, CA. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


DRS Network & Imaging Systems received $20,500,000 for Army Installation Kits and Spares for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

ECS Federal received $8,685,758 to deliver enterprise-wide IT services (help desk, desk-side, organizational messaging and communications) to Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and its respective customers.

IBM received $13,472,479 for continued IT services and support for PEO Enterprise Information System Product Lead-Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems.

IBM received $319,600,000 for Commissary Advanced Resale Transaction System (CARTS PDF) replacement/modernization point of sale hardware procurement.

Mythics Inc. received $10,201,849 for Oracle software maintenance for PEO Enterprise Information Systems and Army Materiel Command at Fort Belvoir.


BCF Solutions Inc. received $109,680,314 for advisory & assistance services re: acquisition life-cycle planning, policy development, program review & analysis, documentation and integration focused on supporting MDA’s development, and deployment of the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS). Work at the National Capital Region; Fort Belvoir; Huntsville, AL; Dahlgren, VA; Colorado Springs, CO; Albuquerque, NM; and Hanscom AFB.

Lockheed Martin received $205,000,000 for Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system development, support and integration.

Northrop Grumman received $600,000,000 to provide MDA and DOD with: enterprise-level technical integration and BMDS level operational integration products & services; integrated missile defense capabilities & readiness, wargame command & control procedures, operational concepts, and doctrinal requirements; and IT services. Partial FMS to the UAE.

Venturi Inc. received $51,478,645 for advisory and assistance services for logistics support to MDA technical, engineering, advisory and management support (processes, procedures, plans & policies throughout BMDS acquisition life cycle) in Huntsville, AL; Colorado Springs, CO; Dahlgren, VA; Hanscom AFB; Vandenberg AFB; Fort Bliss.


Boeing received $7,663,455 for engineering and manufacturing development (test assets, materials, hardware) of the B61-12 tailkit assembly.


Action Manufacturing Co. received $29,474,619 for M739A1 Point Detonating/Delay (PD/DLY) Fuse.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc. received $24,407,499 for R&D and testing of rocket propulsion technology for Army missile systems. Orbital ATK received $24,860,200 for R&D and testing of rocket propulsion technology for Army missile systems.

A1 Signal Research received $29,903,222 for 10 months of test & eval support to the Environmental & Component Test Directorate, Redstone Test Center (RTC). One bid solicited, one received.

BAE Systems received $8,938,495 to install additional anoxic treatment capacity at Building 221, Phase 2, Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP). BAE Systems received $9,002,367 to install two additional anoxic treatment cells at HSAAP. BAE Systems received $26,911,091 to install two equalization basins at HSAAP.

Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. received $7,092,164 for labor and travel in support of the Lower Tier Project Office Missile Systems Independent Integration Analysis.

Lockheed Martin received $10,629,679 for ~185,059 hours of life cycle logistics services for Tomahawk command & control system; Naval Mission Planning System; digital camera receiving stations; and Naval Strike Warfare Planning Center programs in support of U.S. Navy ($7,542,815; 70.96%); Japan ($280,624; 2.64%); Australia ($280,624; 2.64%); Denmark ($280,624; 2.64%); Saudi Arabia ($280,624; 2.64%); Finland ($280,624; 2.64%); Italy ($280,624; 2.64%); Malaysia ($280,624; 2.64%); Kuwait ($280,624; 2.64%); Pakistan ($280,624; 2.64%); Canada ($280,624; 2.64%); and the UK ($280,624; 2.64%). This was not competitively procured, per FAR 6.302-1.

Longbow LLC received $27,911,619 for Radar Electronic Unit full-rate production Lots 5, 6, and 6b.

Parsons Government Services received $455,096,167 for weapons and missile systems engineering advisory and assistance services under technical, engineering, advisory, and management support in Huntsville, AL; the National Capital Region; Dahlgren, VA; Salt Lake City, UT.

Raytheon received $11,140,001 for depot level diagnostics and repair of major PATRIOT missile system items. Overseas work in: South Korea; Japan; UAE; Bahrain; Qatar; Kuwait; Germany, and Turkey.

Raytheon received $23,000,000 for life cycle support efforts on the Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II).

Raytheon received $23,796,465 for Evolved SEASPARROW Missile (ESSM) Design Agent, In-Service Support (ISS), Technical Engineering Support Services (TESS) and Block 2 Risk Reduction Support. This is sole-source, per international agreement between USA and nine other countries. Overseas work in: Hengelo OV, Netherlands (2.31%); Raufoss, Norway (2.27%); Ottobrunn, Germany (1.18%); Richmond, Australia (1.18%); Rocket Center, WV (0.79%); Mississauga, Canada (0.70%); Madrid, Spain (0.51%); Ankara, Turkey (0.30%); and Koropi, Greece (0.14%). This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(4) - International Agreement.

Raytheon received $28,000,000 to integrate Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) onto various USAF and USN aircraft platforms.

Torch Technologies Inc. received $85,339,100 to continue supporting missile modeling simulation, hardware-in-the-loop and prototype development facilities.

Tower Industries Inc. received $87,149,390 for cast iron practice bombs for the USAF.


BAE Systems received $7,311,630 for work on the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

BAE Systems received $13,723,310 for System Technical Support and Sustainment System Technical Support for the Bradley Family of Vehicles.

General Dynamics received $15,951,250 for equipment and facility repairs at Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, Lima, OH.

IDSC Holdings LLC received $13,792,415 for spare parts for multiple weapon systems, aircraft and vehicles.

Oshkosh Defense received $18,500,000 for systems technical support for heavy tactical vehicles.


EXPAL USA and Island Pyrochemical Industries Corp. (IPI) received $39,800,000 for sheetstock propellant. Work in Europe and Africa.

Nammo Pocal Inc. received $9,361,143 for M751, M775 and M781 point detonating mortar practice fuses.

N2 Imaging Systems received $81,071,853 for Family of Weapons Sights – Sniper engineering and manufacturing development, and LRIP. This is the first clip-on thermal weapon sight developed/fielded for U.S. Army snipers.


BAE Systems received $9,515,068 to design, build, and demonstrate an airborne prototype to detect buried mines/IED from an altitude of up to 2000 feet.

Leidos Inc. received $7,600,000 for product support integration services for the Marine Corps Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare (CREW) systems in Charleston, SC (60%); Camp Lejeune (10%); Camp Pendleton (10%); Camp Hansen, Okinawa (5%); Camp Arifjan, Kuwait (10%), Marine Corps Base Hawaii (5%).


A-Tech Corp. received $27,810,075 for R&D of Advanced Electro-Optical and Infrared Sensing.

Airborne Systems North America received $99,000,000 for the RA-1 Advanced Ram air parachute system (RA-1) and spare parts.

Aurora Industries (Camuy, Puerto Rico) received $47,338,830 for U.S. Army duffel bags.

Eagle Industries received $49,049,500 for Ballistic Combat Shirts for the Soldier Protection System Torso & Extremity Protection.

Mahaffey Tent & Awning Co. received $8,712,812 for Joint Readiness Training Center rotational life support services.

Specialty CNC; Loughmiller Machine Tool & Design; J&N Metal Products; Guardian Technology; and CM Engineering received a shared $20,000,000 for weapon mounts and stands.

Television Equipment Associates Inc. (TEA) received $15,758,350 for Tactical Communications and Protective System kits.


American Apparel Inc. received $16,719,102 for various types of uniform trousers (Army, USN, USMC). American Apparel Inc. received $16,069,122 for various types of uniform blouses (Army, USN, USMC).

Crown Clothing Co. received $7,943,140 for USMC men's coats.

M&M Manufacturing (Lajas, Puerto Rico) received $25,400,632 for U.S. Navy working uniform blouses and trousers. Work in Puerto Rico.

Wolverine World Wide Inc. received $10,339,075 for Navy leather dress shoes (M&F).


Cubic Global Defense Inc. received $52,151,396 for training support to the Joint Readiness training Center, Fort Polk.

Davis Defense Group received $95,000,000 for professional support services: administrative, editorial, engineering, instructional, multimedia, program management, student service support, instructional technology and subject matter experts for the Marine Corps College of Distance Education & Training (CDET) Distance Professional Military Education programs. CDET develops and delivers career/service level school, intermediate/joint level school, and professional military education to eligible U.S. Marines.

Inverness Technologies, Inc. received $18,385,338 for services to the Transition Assistance Program at Fort Knox.

  1. F. Taylor Inc. received $33,681,937 for management, operation, and development services on the manned flight simulator facility in support of various platforms for U.S. Navy ($32,752,792; 97.24%); U.S. Army ($546,843; 1.62%), FMS ($382,302; 1.14%).

Katmai Health Services Inc. received $21,500,000 for high-fidelity role player services within a training environment (including exposure to operational complexities, mental & physical stress, and challenging ethical decision-making) at Camp Lejeune (33.3%); Camp Pendleton (33.3%); Marine Corps Base Hawaii (33.3%). This was received as an 8(a) set aside, per FAR Part 17.


Battelle Memorial Institute received $10,081,145 for CBRNE logistics support services.

HDT Expeditionary Systems Inc. and Design West Technologies received $37,692,590 for M98 gas particulate filter sets. These were non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1).


BP ($10,536,567) and Petromax Refining Co. ($22,743,828) received those amounts for fuel. BP ($152,714,386) and BioUrja Trading LLC ($113,153,044) received for fuel. Phillips 66 Co. received $23,307,495 for fuel. Shell Oil ($107,916,190) and Calumet Shreveport Fuels ($42,959,640) received those amounts for fuel.

Cummins Power Generation received $7,900,000 for the Program Manager Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems for the Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources 5 - 60 kilowatt (kW) [PDF] generator requirement.


Atlantic Diving Supply Inc. received $8,834,055 for the Saros Battlefield Oxygen System for the Army Medical Materiel Agency.

Barr Laboratories Inc. received $35,232,541 for two types of adenovirus vaccine.

CAZADOR LLC received $12,604,359 for initial commodities for a family health clinic and for a veterinary clinic in Japan.

FCN Inc. received $10,387, 236 to provide CISCO service and maintenance support to include maintaining deployed CISCO hardware throughout the Defense Health Agency and military treatment facilities worldwide.

GlaxoSmithKline (Research Triangle Park, NC) received $17,115,211 for multi-dose influenza vaccine vials.

Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Co. received $27,000,000 for dental equipment.

Seqirus received $18,108,450 for multi-dose influenza vaccine vials. Work in USA (Pennsylvania) and Australia.

VWR International LLC received $8,250,000 for laboratory equipment.

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

Zoll Medical Corp. received $400,000,000 for monitors used to check vital signs.


Battelle Memorial Institute received $99,500,000 for environmental support services at various installations worldwide.

Jacobs Field Services North America Inc. received $17,048,890 to remove deactivated electrical cables; debris removal; site operation & maintenance; and technical support & mechanical dredging for the New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site. Jacobs Field Services North America Inc. received $7,853,186 for help with mechanical dredging in the intertidal area along Fairhaven, MA.

KCR Manufacturing; S&H Products; Kochek Co. received a shared $49,500,000 for water handling accessories supporting Wildlands Fire Protection program.

Multi-Media Environmental Compliance Group JV received $95,000,000 for multi-media environmental compliance services in NAVFAC Southwest.

Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises received $8,482,805 for remediation in Pentolite Road red water ponds and remediation of contaminated soil in Plum Brook Ordnance Works.  One bid solicited, one received.

Parson Government Services; Tetra Tech Inc.; Marstel-Day LLC; HDR Environmental, Operations & Construction; and Ch2m Hill Inc. received $9,000,000 for comprehensive environmental, planning, conservation restoration, miscellaneous sustainment, and support for: Headquarters, DOD, Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and DLA projects; and USACE.

TPMC-Energy Solutions Environmental Services JV; Los Alamos Technical Associates; J2 Dial Cordy JV received a shared $500,000,000 for environmental services including support & maintenance, environmental restoration & compliance, base realignment and closure and military family housing programs worldwide.


M.A. Mortenson Co. received $50,660,000 to build a Crab Island Security Enclave at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay.


Berg Manufacturing Inc. received $24,608,663 for the engineering, design and production of the Multi-Temperature Refrigerated Container System.

Boston Consulting Group (BCG) received $17,015,046 for contractor advisory and assistance services. Some services (i.e., progress review; other discussion; briefings) may be performed at the Defense Commissary Agency.

FreshPack Produce Inc. received $62,128,910, received $30,688,690, and received $46,703,366 for fresh fruits and vegetables for customers and schools in San Antonio, Texas. One customer is the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Southern Foods Group received $8,510,191 for fresh dairy and juice items.

Sysco received $7,600,000 for food and beverages in Alaska. This is sole-source, per 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1).

BASE SUPPORT, CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS - Base operations (a.k.a. base support services) usually involve a combination of: facility management, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, and waste management.

CGI Federal Inc. received $34,240,357 for U.S. Army Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) G-2 operational and environmental support services.

Didlake Inc. received $8,735,197 for annual custodial services at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, and outlying clinics in the Hampton Roads Area.

Fluor Federal Solutions LLC received $47,050,814 for base operations support services at various installations in NAVFAC Southeast.

IAP World Services Inc. received $15,625,567 for base operations support services at NAS Patuxent River.

Logistics & Technology Services received $9,486,123 for municipal services (janitorial, pest control, ground maintenance, environmental) for 63rd Regional Support Command, Region 2 – Texas.

Mark Dunning Industries Inc. received $11,236,580 for base operating support services at NAS Jacksonville, Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, Naval Station Mayport, Blount Island, and outlying areas.


Chenega Technical Innovations LLC received $10,120,306 for reconnaissance and surveying systems and technology refresh kits.

Fugro received $12,500,000 and Surdex Corp. received $12,500,000 for architectural & engineering work on photogrammetric and LiDAR surveying and mapping.


Accenture Federal Services received $53,519,203 to continue operations and maintenance services for the General Fund Enterprise Business System.

Booze Allen Hamilton received $11,562,841 for systems engineering and technical assistance to the PEO Enterprise Information Systems Project Management Office Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army.

The Boston Consulting Group received $8,147,343 for subject matter expertise and analysis which will assist DOD with the implementation of policies, procedures, and systems that will increase the effectiveness of DoD's cost management across all business lines. Work at the Pentagon.

Bowhead Business & Technology Solutions received $48,000,000 for contract services for the Information Technology Laboratory.

Deloitte Consulting received $9,516,157 for analysis (enterprise value map, value chain, governance performance) in support of Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1.

Koniag Information Security Services received $7,846,513 to provide DOD Office of the Chief Information Officer (DOD CIO) with an “enduring data analytics environment that allows repeatable, verifiable analytics based on the Department's Business Mission Area (BMA) on the available IT enterprise services.”

POWERTEK Corp. received $7,659,036 to support Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Products and Services at Fort Belvoir.

Ridgewood Technology Partners received $7,959,065 for program management office support for the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems’ Navy Enterprise Networks (NEN) program office. This was not competitively procured, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1).


Centerra Group LLC (formerly G4S Government Solutions) received $6,541,550 for base operating support services at military and civilian installations in Singapore.

DZSP 21 LLC received $43,879,074 for base operations support at Joint Region Marianas, Guam. Non-competitive, per 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1.


Cardno-Amec Foster Wheeler JV received $30,000,000 for USMC facilities assessments utilizing the BUILDER™ Sustainment Management System at various Marine Corps installations worldwide. Some work in Japan (24%).

Cromwell Architects Engineers Inc. received $25,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for Navy Exchange Service Command facilities worldwide.

Wolf Creek Federal Services Inc. received $16,361,434 for demolition of facilities and structures in Guam.


Andritz Hydro Corp. received $16,383,400 to rehabilitate five Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton turbine hub linkages at the John Day Dam, Rufus, OR.

BIS Services LLC received $9,512,825 for a hurricane protection project along the Louisiana coast.

Decatur Construction Inc. received $8,278,000 to expand the Ft. Logan National Cemetery by developing approximately 10 acres of land for additional graves.

Eastman Aggregate Enterprise LLC received $11,889,481 for the Beach Erosion Control and Hurricane Protection Project, Miami-Dade County, Florida, Beach Renourishment 2016, Miami Beach – Hot Spots.

Luhr Brothers Inc. received $18,000,000 for flood control on the Mississippi, Atchafalaya, and Red Rivers, and Old River control channels.

Midwest Construction Co. received $9,278,360 to build hard points and place riprap upper bank paving at locations along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.

Natt McDougall Co. received $15,576,500 to upgrade the adult fish facility, Fall Creek Dam & Reservoir in Lowell, OR.

Thalle Construction Co. received $42,972,545 for a roller compacted concrete reinforcing berm, downstream of the Center Hill Auxiliary Dam, to reduce the risk of a catastrophic failure of the auxiliary dam.


Atlantic Contracting & Material Co. received $11,320,995 to repair SP Area and SP 37 airfield pavement onboard Naval Station Norfolk.

R.C. Construction Co. received $16,026,182 to repair Green Ramp North, Phase II, Pope AFB.

Renew Group received $9,000,000 for paving at Altus AFB.


A & D General Contracting received $12,825,000 to repair and alter Hangars 101 and 103 at MCAS Yuma.

AECOM-Parsons JV received $7,584,719 for construction management technical support services at the Pentagon and at Raven Rock Mountain Complex.

CB&I Federal Services received $14,610,276 to close twenty-seven large fuel tanks at Defense Fuel Support Point San Pedro, CA. Each tank will have appurtenances removed, filled with a cellular concrete flowable fill, and abandoned in place.

CCI Construction Services LLC; D&D Construction Inc.; Dawson Federal Inc.; GSI Pacific Inc.; TKH-ASI LLC; and Hawaii Pacific JV LLC received a shared $245,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Hawaii.

CCI Energy & Construction Services received $8,000,000 for Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineering Requirement (SABER). CCI will provide plant, labor, materials and equipment, and perform all operations in connection with SABER at Eglin AFB.

Cutter Enterprises LLC received $11,145,244 to renovate the Joint Base Charleston Passenger Terminal.

Dan's Excavating; Angelo Iafrate Construction; Site Development; and RBV Contracting received $9,500,000 for repair, maintenance, and construction for the Michigan National Guard.

David Boland Inc. received $17,277,083 to construct an Army Reserve Center in Dublin, CA.

Drace Anderson JV received $10,477,239 to build the T-6B Texan II Joint Primary Aircraft Training System, training operations facility, at NAS Whiting Field.

D Square & Au Authum Ki JV received $14,757,314 to build the Guardian Angel Squadron operations facility at Davis-Monthan AFB.

Electech Hawaii; Ronald N.S. Ho & Associates; MK Engineers received $9,900,000 for architectural and engineering electrical services for Pacific region projects.

EMR Inc. received $9,677,872 to repair and renovate Building 351 barrack housing at Northwest Annex in Chesapeake, VA. EMR Inc. received $7,639,777 to renovate the Navy Gateway Inn & Suites portion of Building 225 at Dam Neck.

EVCO National Inc. received $8,000,000 for repair and replacement of exterior building surfaces, preparation and painting.

GCAG/SCG JV received a maximum $950,000,000 for design & construction service to support restoration and modernization programs in the continental United States Central Region supporting the Air Force Civil Engineer (AFCEC).

Granite Construction Co. received $22,448,211 to improve existing Infantry Squad Defense Range 314C at Camp Pendleton.

Gridiron Construction Co.; K-Barr Group; SAF Inc.; Siler Excavating received $25,000,000 for construction projects primarily within NAVFAC Southeast.

Heartwood Pacific LLC received $7,785,662 to design and repair an HVAC system in Building 214/214A on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Infinite Energy Construction Inc. received $45,000,000 for simplified acquisition of base engineering requirements at Joint Base Charleston.

Iron Horse Kurtz JV; Pro-Mark Services, Inc.; Fuller Construction, Inc.; Cerebral Group LLC; Triple A Building Services Inc.; received a combined $45,000,000 for maintenance, repair, alteration, mechanical, electrical, heating/air conditioning, demolition, painting, paving, earthwork, and industrial/office/housing construction on Ellsworth AFB.

Mechanical Enterprises Inc. received $10,000,000 for mechanical, fire protection and other projects in NAVFAC Hawaii.

Notkin Mechanical Engineers received $30,000,000 for architectural and engineering projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest.

Okland received $10,687,842 to design and build an epoxy hangar bay flooring system, and a powder coated steel mechanical enclosure at Luke AFB, Arizona.

RMF Engineering Inc. P.C. received $25,000,000 for architectural and engineering services for DOD and U.S. intelligence community agencies.

Roof Spec Inc. and Bradford Roof Management Inc. received $10,000,000 for engineering and technical support to USACE, Mobile District, for the Roofing Sustainment Management System (ROOFER) implementation.

S.B. Ballard Construction received $20,459,328 (later revised to $19,080,553) to design and build a Maritime Surveillance System Facility (including SCIF) at NAS Oceana, Dam Neck Annex.

Tetra Tech/Mead & Hunt JV received $45,000,000 for nationwide architectural & engineering services for the Army and Air National Guard.


American Construction Co. received $25,662,750 for inner harbor operations and maintenance, and deepening dredging of Grays Harbor, WA.

Inland Dredging Co. received $24,000,000 for dredging within USACE, Mobile District.

Orion Marine Construction received $7,696,600 for pipeline dredging, Matagorda Ship Channel to Point Comfort, Matagorda and Calhoun counties, TX.

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Christian Sorensen, a Newsbud-BFP Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran.

A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf

LRIP = low rate initial production

PEO = program executive office, the space where military and civilian officials direct a major acquisition program

SRA = selected restricted availability = implementation of depot-level maintenance and modifications with the goal of updating a ship’s technical and military capabilities

TI = technical insertion


*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.


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  1. One month. $ 28,779, 252,000 DoD pretty much calibrates and answers any notion of ‘justice’ or ‘truth’ ever coming through Chilcot, ICC, or any other pretend retrospection of the ruling elites.
    As Karl R said exactly. We get to ‘study what they do.’

  2. Ralph Davis says:

    Per usual a mostly distressing catalog resulting the profligate corruption of MIC cronyism as abject and compulsive resource waste.

    Now, as an apparent masochist, I find this monthly reminder an indispensable and bloody stab at just how twisted our national priorities have in fact chronically festered.

    Thanks as always for your dogged diligence and strong stomach, Christian.

  3. They can now imitate anyone. More info on military application for tech like this would be interesting. Take a look on the Y toob for a video under the TRUTHstreammedia channel called…

    “New Tech Shows Why You Can’t Trust Anything You See on the News”
    TRUTHstreammedia 222,458 views
    Published on Mar 20, 2016I’m not even sure what to write for a description. What else can you say? It’s the Matrix.

    More info on Stanford’s website:

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