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.
DOD Spent $20,411,123,000+ on 242 Individual Contracts in July 2017 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 $20,411,123,000 on 242 individual contracts during July 2017. This amount does not include Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $4,486,159,000. FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) – Through FMS, the U.S. government procures and transfers materiel to allied nations and international organizations. Boeing received $14,297,933 for FMS (Netherlands, Turkey): obsolescent parts changes on CH-47F helicopters. General Dynamics received $59,779,894 for FMS (Afghanistan): for Hydra rockets and motors. Lockheed Martin received $9,222,000 for FMS (Netherlands): additional F-35 long-lead material & parts supporting LRIP lots 12, 13, and 14. Lockheed Martin received $30,000,000 for engineering & hardware assembly services in support of the F-35 LRIP lot 11 aircraft for Japan. Lockheed Martin received $20,849,758 for FMS (Australia): AEGIS in-country support & staging. Lockheed Martin received $41,765,876 for FMS (Australia) AEGIS lifetime support incl. computer program maintenance on Hobart class. Lockheed Martin received $3,693,062,124 for LRIP lot 11 F-35 advance acquisition: 50 aircraft for non-DOD participants & FMS, including UK, Italy, Australia, Netherlands, Turkey, Norway, and unnamed FMS. L-3 Communications received $7,396,022 for FMS (Canada): six MX-15D sensor turrets, accessories, & support equipment. Odyssey Systems received $8,717,097 for professional acquisition support services re: advisory & assistance to Battle Management directorate, Hanscom AFB. Involves unnamed FMS. Raytheon received $7,288,591 for GBU-49 Enhanced Paveway II F-16 integration. FMS (unnamed) of $6,646,980 obligated. Sallyport Global Holdings received $133,864,963 for base operations support, life support, and security at Balad Air Base, Iraq. Sole-source. The corporation got this contract despite its history of alleged shady behavior. Textron received $8,789,035 for long-lead supplies required to reconstitute 15 aircraft for training at Inman Ali AB. Textron received $22,050,000 for FMS (Iraq): spare parts & contractor logistics support on Bell 407GX helicopters. FMS TO UNDEMOCRATIC REGIMES – The U.S. and the U.K. continue to sell arms to the Saudi Arabian regime, despite its bloody war against the Yemeni people. After thwarting a legal challenge, BAE posted record profits from selling weaponry to the Saudi regime. American International Contractors Inc. received $11,968,000 for FMS (Egypt): build Peace Vector VII facilities at Cairo West Air Base, Egypt. Boeing received $17,960,940 for FMS (UAE): for post-production support services & logistics in support of UAE’s Land Forces Longbow Apache program, for a total of 30 AH-64D helicopters. Boeing received $92,900,000 for E-3 AWACS sustainment engineering and technical support for USAF & FMS (Japan, NATO, Saudi Arabia, UK, France). Sole-source. DRS Systems received $82,340,766 for FMS (Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt, Morocco, Saudi Arabia): for Horizontal Technology Integration second generation, forward looking infrared (HTI SGF) thermal receiver unit, and A & B-Kit spares. Kilgore Flares received $28,057,935 for FMS (Saudi Arabia & Egypt): infrared countermeasure flares (M206 272,900; MJU-7A/B 171,480; MJU-10/B 45,000). Lockheed Martin received $8,002,763 to provide Israel recurring F-35 logistics and sustainment. Lockheed Martin received $130,342,972 for FMS: (Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, UAE, Taiwan): FY2017 PAC-3 production. Raytheon received $16,978,580 for FMS (Israel): PATRIOT engineering services. TransLang Ltd. received $10,960,063 for FMS (UAE): a Security Assistance Team to provide qualified instructors to train faculty, develop curriculum, and provide technical & admin support for continued development of UAE’s National Defense College. One bid solicited, one received. UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT Hydroid Inc. (Pocasset, MA) received $27,279,291 to help develop, test, and install upgrades on Mk 18 unmanned underwater vehicles. Northrop Grumman received $10,222,000 for Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) platform maintenance in San Diego, CA; Herndon, VA; multiple international locations. COUNTER-UAS SRC, Inc. received $10,987,104 to develop & deploy electronic warfare improvements onto the mobile low, slow, small UAS Integrated Defeat System variant to theater, and support the UAS. One bid solicited, one received. RECRUITMENT & RETENTION GSD&M Idea City received $7,546,873 for a mobile tour operations program to assist Air Force Recruiting Service advertising & marketing objectives in 2018. GSD&M Idea City LLC received $13,958,025 to provide online & television media supporting USAF recruiting. USPACOM Desbuild; P & S Construction; PNH Resources Private; KRD Enterprise Private received a shared $30,000,000 for construction at Navy Support Facility, Singapore. General Dynamics received $14,876,151 for combined mission command network operations and maintenance in Yongsan, South Korea. Tikigaq Construction received $7,271,339 to build a landfill closure capping system for the municipal solid waste landfill at Andersen AFB, Guam. USNORTHCOM ARCTEC Alaska JV received $37,928,690 for operations & maintenance of the Alaska Radar System at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. Oasis Systems LLC received $9,022,406 for professional acquisition support services at Hanscom AFB for Theater Battle Control Division. Supports surveillance and command & control for NORAAD; Joint Forces Air Component Commander; Commander, Air Force Forces; and surveillance / air sovereignty of U.S. and Canadian airspace. Involves FMS to Canada. USCENTCOM Boeing received $19,611,424 to provide Afghanistan with five ScanEagle systems, spares, equipment, field service reps. Paid for with Afghan Security Forces funding. CGI Federal Inc. received $12,126,120 to maintain & sustain software systems in support of Army Sustainment Command's Integrated Materiel Management Operation System. Overseas work in Germany; Qatar; Kuwait; South Korea; Japan; Afghanistan; Belgium; and Italy. Northrop Grumman received $19,856,333 for sustainment of ongoing contingency operations in Huntsville, AL; Afghanistan; and Egypt. Northrop Grumman received $41,295,387 to maintain 4 Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) E-11A modified Bombardier BD-700 aircraft (incl. logistics, subsystems, support equipment) in Maryland and Kandahar. Leidos Inc. received $60,968,920 to support Saturn Arch operations, sustainment, and integration in Afghanistan. SAIC received $11,228,678 for terrain survey to help with sensor placement, system engineering & performance analysis of Integrated Base Defense systems in Kuwait; Iraq; Jordan; Syria; Turkey; Huntsville, AL. Transource Services Corp. received $8,038,593 to provide U.S. military forces (presumably some in Qatar) with desktop and laptop computers. USSOCOM Boeing received $26,999,498 for non-recurring engineering to prep manufacture of Block 2 MH-47G for USSOCOM. Non-competitive, per FAR 6.302-1. Rockwell Collins received $30,732,260 to provide component parts, spares, and lifecycle contract support (includes maintenance & equipment repair) in support of 160th SOAR, the Common Avionics Architecture System, Avionics Management System & Cockpit Management System. Not competitive. USSTRATCOM Northrop Grumman received $98,000,000 for operation & maintenance of command & control capabilities for USSTRATCOM, Offutt AFB. ACADEMIA Applied Research Associates (ARA) received $49,499,500 for R&D on prototyping sensors; tools; hardware & software; testing; modeling & simulation training. One bid solicited, one received. University of Dayton Research Institute received $43,000,000 for composite, adhesives, specialty technologies, and elastomer research, addressing material interactions. Work at Wright-Patterson AFB and Dayton, Ohio. Johns Hopkins (JHU/APL) received $92,000,000 to continue to help USAF Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) with engineering and R&D. Sole-source. INVASIVE ISR AIRCRAFT CACI-ISS Inc. received $9,993,558 for services supporting NAWCAD Special Communications Mission Solutions Division, specifically C4I surveillance & reconnaissance electronic projects. JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) Lockheed Martin received $43,974,520 for long-lead time materials, parts, components, and labor for production of 5 additional LRIP lot 12 F-35B. Lockheed Martin received $50,800,000 for F-35 verification simulation (VSim) / in-a-box software model development, integration & support for USAF ($25,400,000, 50%); U.S. Navy ($12,700,000, 25%); USMC ($12,700,000, 25%). Lockheed Martin received $211,200,000 for F-35 production non-recurring special tooling and special test equipment for USAF ($74,348,314, 35.2%); U.S. Navy ($37,174,157, 17.6%); USMC ($37,174,157, 17.6%); non-DOD ($33,839,529, 16%); FMS ($28,663,843, 13.6%). Lockheed Martin received $218,729,862 for recurring F-35 logistics support & sustainment for DOD, non-DOD, and FMS. Lockheed Martin received $5,577,714,486 for 74 F-35 LRIP lot 11: USAF (48 worth $3,428,766,751; 61%); 18 B & 8C for USN ($1,444,492,090; 26%); USMC ($704,455,645; 13%). Overseas work in: Warton, UK (10%); Cameri, Italy (5%). A big part of keeping other countries engaged in the disastrous F-35 program is promising to build some components in their countries. United Technologies received $7,906,242 to provide the UK with one F-35 LRIP II STOVL full scale engine mockup training device. RAPTOR (F-22) Lockheed Martin received $7,224,938 for Common Organizational Level Tester (COLT) sustainment: contractor logistics support. OSPREY (V-22) – Another Osprey has crashed, this time off the coast of Australia. Honeywell International received $9,323,719 for V-22 side air panel assemblies. EAGLE (F-15) Numet Machining Techniques received $22,635,424 for F100 engine air compressor cases. FALCON (F-16) EFW Inc. (an Israeli corporation) received $20,950,448 for F-16 cockpit television video system cameras. HORNET (F-18) Meggitt Inc. received $9,081,544 for F-18 spare parts. Not competitive. HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME Boeing received $7,952,558 for work on Environmental Control System Controller Software Improvement retrofitted on F/A-18E/F & E/A-18G for U.S. Navy ($7,568,826; 95.17%); Australia ($383,732; 4.83%). AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY) Northrop Grumman received $18,181,891 for engineering on E-2D (lots 5 & 6) full-rate production. LANCER (B-1) Moog Inc. received $18,089,390 to remanufacture / modify three different B-1B servocyclinders. SPIRIT (B-2) Raytheon received $49,997,167 for B-2 radar components, tools, engineering, and repair. Sole-source. POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE Boeing received $19,115,798 to maintain operation of test equipment & support equipment for test P-8A craft & NAS Patuxent River System Integration Lab. Boeing received $24,642,648 P-8A engineering services supporting technical & critical design reviews for Increment 3 Block 2 upgrades. STRATEGIC / TACTICAL AIRLIFT Chromalloy Component Services received $7,669,138 to remanufacture F108 Module 13/15 low pressure turbine assembly. Lockheed Martin received $74,695,578 for C-130J long-term sustainment. Sole-source. AERIAL REFUELING SGS LLC received $10,428,748 for KC-46A flight training center simulator facility Phase 2 at Altus AFB, Oklahoma. OTHER FIXED WING AIRCRAFT PAE Aviation & Technical Services received $43,733,325 for maintenance and logistics on F-5F and F-5N aircraft based at NAS Fallon (33%); MCAS Yuma (33%); NAS Key West (34%). AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB (AFRL) & AIR FORCE TEST CENTER The KeyW Corp. received $23,924,180 for Research to Advance Comprehensive Exploitation of Radio Frequency R&D: come up with innovative algorithmic approaches for dynamic & flexible sensing; maximize sensing / exploitation; and address concurrent detection, tracking, imaging, classification / ID targets. Honeywell International received $14,000,000 for additional research in areas of power & thermal management system detailed design. General Electric received $409,000,000; Honeywell International received $409,000,000; Northrop Grumman received $409,000,000; United Technologies received $409,000,000 for next generation thermal, power and controls. Develop rev & innovative tech that will conduct applied research to increase knowledge & understanding of future power, thermal and controls requirements. ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND Orbis Sibro, Inc. received $9,434,524 for scientific & engineering re: development of instrumentation systems & test facilities at Aberdeen Proving Ground. REDSTONE ARSENAL Maytag Aircraft Corp. received $13,027,776 for contractor-owned & -operated optimization & related services for U.S. Army at Redstone Arsenal. HELICOPTERS Airbus received $35,161,927 for UH-72 Lakota contractor logistics support, parts support, and sustainment. Boeing received $28,549,900 for rotary rudder helicopter blades. Sole-source. Boeing received $276,641,287 for engineering & manufacturing development for the CH-47F Block II program. General Electric received $49,602,898 to overhaul and recapitalize the UH-60 Cold Section Module. Global Finishing Solutions received $7,497,970 for aircraft painting supplies at Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX. Lockheed Martin received $7,292,889 for helicopter main landing gears. Sole-source. Lockheed Martin received $7,475,187 for H-60R RAST probe assemblies. Sole-source. Lockheed Martin received $13,020,974 to help U.S. Navy ($11,034,212; 85%) and Australia ($1,986,762; 15%) modify, test, & qualify a variety of avionics & equipment on MH-60R/S. Lockheed Martin received $19,700,000 to provide U.S. Navy with MH-60 spare parts. Sole-source. Lockheed Martin received $75,374,784 for Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor (M-TADS/PNVS) kits & spares. L-3 Communications received $8,790,461 for 96 ADS broadcast avionics kits required to upgrade transceiver & transponders; navigation wiring, radio/ADS-broadcast avionics; and GPS in TH-57 aircraft. Parker-Hannifin Corp. received $13,367,230 for servo cylinders. Sole-source. Symetrics Industries LLC received $27,100,000 to provide the U.S. Army with improved data modem 304B (.pdf). United Technologies received $27,940,360 for 420 auxiliary power units with inlet barrier filters for UH-60 Black Hawk. GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE Boeing received $122,800,001 to provide U.S. Navy with spare aircraft parts. Sole-source. Honeywell received $12,000,000 for F-16 (TPU), F-15, B-1, A-10, E-3, B-2, C-130, C-5, start carts: secondary power systems engineering and R&D. Sole-source. United Technologies received $15,000,000 for F-16, B-2, KC-135, C-5M: secondary power systems engineering and R&D. Sole-source. Meggitt Polymers & Composites received $16,227,520 for aircraft fuel cell support and tooling. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1). Northrop Grumman received $56,700,000 for aircraft quick engine change kits. Sole-source, 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1). PAE Aviation & Technical Services received $13,185,514 for up to 200,600 man-hours of maintenance & modification support for Naval Test Wing Pacific. Pietro Carnaghi USA received $10,470,550 for a 5-axis computer numerical controlled vertical turning center. Work in New Jersey (USA) and Italy. Robertson Fuel Systems LLC received $48,585,000 for fuel tank combo-pacs. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(2) from FAR 6.302-1. AIRCRAFT PODS & SENSORS Honeywell received $10,574,860 for inertial navigation units. Sole-source, per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1) from FAR 6.302-1. Northrop Grumman received $60,774,936 for Air Force Quick Reaction Capability support center and contractor logistics support. Provides for all activities found and performed within a USAF air logistics complex. Raytheon received $78,000,000 for IFF transponders & ancillary equipment. Sole-source. Sierra Nevada received $41,041,058 for design, engineering, integration, and testing of Airborne Mission Networking System on 1 aircraft. Sole-source. AEGIS Lockheed Martin received $14,083,369 for ship integration & test of Aegis Weapon System (AWS) for baselines through advanced capability build 16. Lockheed Martin received $76,574,864 for FY2017 AEGIS modernization production requirements. Includes some unnamed FMS. Lockheed Martin received $93,492,386 for DDG 116-118 AEGIS follow-on support services. LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS) Lockheed Martin received $8,617,000 for core LCS class services. SUBMARINES General Dynamics received $7,693,290 to design, manufacture prototypes, and test the main thrust bearing/vibration reducer system for Columbia-class subs. General Dynamics received $9,624,396 for Columbia-class Bow Dome Machining Center, fixtures, and development of manufacturing processes. General Dynamics received $8,790,600 to sustain USA/UK SSBN fire control system and USA SSGN attack weapon control system (AWCS). Includes missile fire control for common missile compartment development, through first unit UK production, and strategic weapon interface simulator. General Dynamics received $9,285,000 for Virginia Payload Module tube insertion fixture partial material procurement. General Dynamics received $36,740,150 for AN/BYG-1 (.pdf) Technology Insertion and Advanced Processing Build software modernization. Armament Cooperative program (Australia) funding of $880,054. Lockheed Martin received $10,330,262 for Technical Insertion (TI)-16 A-RCI systems and pre-cable kits. Lockheed Martin received $119,651,946 for engineering services & support of the Integrated Submarine Imaging Systems (ISIS) program. SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE BAE Systems received $49,817,624 to definitize USS Comstock (LSD 45) FY2017 phased maintenance availability. Colonna's Shipyard Inc. received $7,620,005 for USNS Narragansett (T-ATF-167) FY2017 docking phased maintenance availability. General Dynamics received $11,392,918 for DDG 51 class lead yard services. Huntington Ingalls received $9,900,000 for advance planning of USS George Washington (CVN 73) refueling complex overhaul. Huntington Ingalls received $148,728,722 for additional long-lead-time material in support of CVN 80. Not competitive. Oceaneering International received $7,947,605 for technical / maintenance services for the Dry Deck Shelter program. SHIP COMMS BAE Systems received $21,245,559 for engineering & technical services to support integrated communications and information systems radio communications on Navy ships. NUCLEAR PROPULSION Bechtel received $30,487,380 for naval nuclear propulsion components. Rhoads Industries Inc. received $8,718,382 for Naval nuclear propulsion components. Not competitive, per 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1). NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD) Engility Corp. received $30,661,981 for engineering & technical services for U.S. Navy ($29,772,784; 97.10%); Japan ($407,804; 1.33%); Australia ($265,839; 0.867%); Saudi Arabia ($107,317; 0.35%); Denmark ($76,655; 0.25%); Norway ($22,383; 0.073%); Spain ($9,199; 0.03%). Services include systems engineering, air/ship integration, safety & survivability, manufacturing & quality, mission engineering & interoperability. Frontier Technology Inc. received $19,644,872 to work on improving Spacecraft Assembly, Integration & Test. Includes technical support services in San Diego, CA (75%); Baltimore, MD (15%); San Antonio, TX (5%); Norfolk, VA (5%). KBRwyle Technology Solutions received $27,156,181 for technical, engineering products, hardware and services in support of NAWCAD Air Traffic Control & Landing Systems Branch (AD-126.96.36.199). L-3 Communications received $7,172,174 to support the Undersea Warfare Training Range being developed off the coast of Naval Station Mayport, Florida. NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION (NAWCWD) Machine Tool Marketing; Phillips Corp.; West Coast CNC; Machine Tools USA received a shared $9,750,000 for manufacturing tools & components for NAWCWD’s Applied Manufacturing Technology Division. SPACE & NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND (SPAWAR) eScience & Technology Solutions; IDEAMATICS; Rite-Solutions received a shared $300,000,000 to support Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) IT & software re: enterprise business services, personnel & pay, position management, recruiting, workforce development. NAVAL RESEARCH LAB (NRL) Applied Technology Inc.; DHPC Technologies; Envisioneering Inc.; Praxis Inc. received $95,000,000 to provide scientific, engineering, and technical support for NRL, Tactical Electronic Warfare Division, Washington, DC. CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY Chenega Corporation (Kapsuun Group LLC) received $69,992,808 to provide linguist & analyst support services for 25th Air Force’s 55th Wing, 70th and 480th ISR Wings, the 361st ISR Group and the 24th Air Force’s 67th and 688th Cyberspace Wings. Work in RAF Mildenhall; Fort Meade; Ft. Bragg; Ft. Gordon; Hurlburt Field; JB San Antonio-Lackland; NSA, TX; Goodfellow AFB, TX; Offutt AFB; Utah Air National Guard, Salt Lake City, UT; Cannon AFB, NM; Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ; Joint Base Kunia, HI; Kadena AB, Japan; Elmendorf AFB. Joint Tactics & Technologies received $7,058,013 to help SSC Pacific with computer network defense by providing cyber support services. NAO Cyber Veterans received $26,992,500 to provide a variety of information technology support and analytical services in support of the U.S. Fleet Cyber Command Navy Authorizing Official Directorate. Northrop Grumman received $16,149,721 to provide Army Regional Cyber Center – Europe (in Germany) with non-personal IT support. Quanterion Solutions Inc. received $47,640,351 for Cyber Security & Information Systems Information Analysis Center basic center operations. This provides Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) centralized operation of DOD databases, systems, and networks for acquisition, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of scientific & technical information. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Booz Allen Hamilton received $13,199,944 for enterprise management & technical support to Navy Information Force’s Shore Modernization & Integration Directorate at Suffolk, VA (88%); San Diego (11%); Charleston, SC (1%). Broadleaf Inc. received $22,000,000 for base level software support services at Eglin AFB. Sole-source. Creek Technologies Co.; Epsilon Inc.; Invictus International Consulting; DirectViz Solutions; Logistics Systems Inc.; Metters Industries Inc.; Evanhoe & Associates Inc.; Innovative Management Concepts; Advanced Onion Inc.; Metova Federal; Network & Simulation Technologies received a shared $17,239,176 to provide Naval Higher Education Information Technology Consortium (includes NPS, NAVWARCOL, U.S. Naval Academy) with a variety of IT support. SAIC received $48,000,000 for integrated product support in VA, NC, FL, and CA. COMMUNICATIONS DRS Advanced ISR received $15,730,000 for AN/URC-145A(V) Joint Tactical Terminal-Integrated Broadcast Service [.pdf] sustainment. One bid solicited, one received. G3 Technologies Inc. received $9,578,038 for cell phone technology upgrades / maintenance for outdoor test lab maintained by Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane, Indiana, at Lake Glendora Test Facility. Not competitive. Harris Corp. received $461,246,563; Motorola received $461,246,563 to help upgrade / modernize existing land mobile radio system (LMRS) infrastructure and replace systems with the latest technology. Synectic Solutions Inc. received $27,209,068 to support USAF Deployable Debrief Facilities via supply, packaging, handling, storage, transport, maintenance, design, engineering, facilities & infrastructure, training, etc. ViaSat Inc. received $12,038,131 for LinkWay [.pdf] hardware & software maintenance. Sole-source. ViaSat Inc. received $9,922,870 for engineering support services to the Blue Force Tracker-2 program. Sole-source. SATELLITES Engility Corp. received $12,334,132 for system engineering & integration support to help the Remote Sensing Systems Directorate with environmental monitoring at Los Angeles AFB. Lockheed Martin received $8,190,392 for GPS control segment sustainment. Northrop Grumman received $9,800,000 for parts and materials for EHF MILSATCOM Systems. Sole-source. MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) & ICBM BAE Systems received $45,177,892 for Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) [.pdf] integration support at Hill AFB, Utah. BAE Systems received $72,633,686 for integration support on Minuteman III at Hill AFB. Lockheed Martin received $11,867,147 for Trident II (D5) missile production & deployed system support. Lockheed Martin received $51,097,318 for Trident II (D5) missile production and deployed system support. MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Co. received $65,344,756 for family of sheet explosives. Medico Industries, Inc. received $19,689,229 for 181,901 120mm high explosive shell bodies, full range practice charge, and additional HE/FRPC fuse adapters. Orbital ATK received $53,591,925 for precision guidance kit M1156. Lockheed Martin received $86,499,999 for 23 long-range anti-ship (lot 1) missiles (LRASM). Sole-source. Raytheon received $11,533,650 for SM-2 and SM-6 engineering & technical services for U.S. Navy; Japan; Denmark; South Korea; Taiwan; Germany. Raytheon/LM JV received $56,757,428 for Javelin containerized all-up rounds, command launch units (CLU), vehicle launcher-electronics, and associated engineering and received $10,102,074 to modernize CLU for weight reduction. Raytheon received $75,000,000 for Small Diameter Bomb II technical support. Sole-source. Straub Construction Inc. received $29,121,000 to design & build live ordnance loading area apron at Nellis AFB. ORDNANCE DISPOSAL Northrop Grumman received $57,727,948 for Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIEDs) Electronic Warfare [JCREW] Increment One Build One Systems full-rate production in support of the Expeditionary Warfare Program Office. MOBILE RADAR SRC Inc. received $13,054,436 to provide U.S. Army with circuit card assembly. Sole-source per 10 U.S. Code 2304 (c)(1). LAND VEHICLES BAE Systems received $8,000,000 as funding for Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) cost overrun. BAE Systems received $15,222,829 to modify Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) to accommodate new Army network hardware & software. Birdon received $10,011,531 for 15 bridge erection boats and a quantity of 15 crew protection kits. Broderson Manufacturing Corp. received $35,000,000 for mobile crane diesel engines. Cherokee Nation Red Wing (Tulsa, OK) received $16,263,462 for 100 explosively formed penetrator (EFP) armor kits. General Dynamics received $270,165,431 to install / integrate SEPv2 legacy unique components resulting in 45 M1A2 SEPv3 Abrams tanks; procure, stock, store 60 sets of SEPv2 & -v3 components; procure Integrated Product Support, special tooling & test equipment, and support package. One bid. Florida Ordnance Corp. received $14,003,451 for engine cylinder assemblies. Honeywell International received $147,130,501 for total integrated engine revitalization (TIGER) hardware to meet Anniston Army Depot production. Industries for the Blind Inc. received $47,249,361 for roughly 2,234 units of the vertical skills engineering construction kit, incl. six types of individual tools kits for carpenters, electricians, masons, plumbers. One bid solicited, one received. LOC Performance received $49,108,304 for 276 Bradley engineering change proposal 1 kits and installation; and two spare parts kits. Oshkosh Defense received $195,483,510 for 748 vehicles and 2,359 installed and packaged kits. SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW) American Ordnance LLC received $63,949,368 for 40mm high velocity day night thermal training cartridge. General Dynamics received $17,524,481 for 40mm low velocity day night thermal training cartridge. Multinational Defense Services received $10,200,620 for various non-standard small caliber ammunition. Olin Corp. received $23,972,390 for 7.62mm and .50 caliber small caliber ammunition cartridges. Trijicon Inc. received $8,169,996 for 28,000+ TA31 rifle combat optics with M855 reticles. GEAR & EQUIPMENT ACC Construction Co. received $19,331,614 to design & build an equipment concentration site, modified tactical equipment maintenance facility, and warehouse at Fort AP Hill, VA. Bose Corp. received $13,499,999 for tactical headsets. Sole-source. Leading Technology Composites received $47,107,200 for enhanced side ballistic inserts. Sole-source. Optex Systems Inc. received $12,447,044 for night vision devices’ parts. CLOTHING Wolverine World Wide received $33,922,260 for intermediate cold wet boots and received $11,626,800 for temperate boots. EDUCATION & TRAINING CAE USA Inc. received $18,950,247 for the Altus formal training unit conversion engineering change proposal (ECP). Cubic Global Defense received $19,862,684 for mission support at Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk. Walga Ross Group JV received $13,190,800 to build a training support facility at Fort Sill. CBRNE Booz Allen Hamilton received $49,900,000 to provide Recovered Chemical Materiel Directorate (RCMD) program management, mission, and support. FORCE PROTECTION Indyne Inc.; Spectrum Solutions Inc.; Williams Electric Co. received $270,000,000 to procure, install, service, maintain electronic security systems. Messer Construction Co. received $9,115,000 to design & build a Relocation Entry Control Facility. FUEL & ENERGY Avfuel Corp. received $18,895,092 for fuel in Michigan and U.S. Virgin Islands. BP received $75,401,162 for jet fuel in Illinois, USA; Turkey; and a fuel support point serving Central European Pipeline System. CenterPoint Energy Services ($23,977,912) and IGI Resources ($10,848,721) received funding for pipeline quality direct supply natural gas. Tiger Natural Gas Inc. received $47,200,392 for pipeline quality direct supply natural gas. Doyon Utilities received $21,800,000 to demolish & remove a central heat and power plant at an Air Force facility in Alaska. Entergy Arkansas Inc. received $58,201,483 to complete phase two overhead to underground conversion of Little Rock AFB electric distribution system. Signature Flight Support Corp. received $10,825,208 for fuel. Tesoro Refining & Marketing Co. ($311,814,545); Par Hawaii Refining ($180,028,959); Valero Marketing & Supply ($176,367,610); Equilon Enterprises ($138,010,318); Western Refining Co. ($98,075,917); AltAir Paramount ($86,034,000); U.S. Oil & Refining ($83,196,888); Phillips 66 ($67,290,707); BP ($62,472,992); Petro Star ($60,017,043); Sinclair Oil ($23,669,154); Hermes Consolidated ($15,719,589); Epic Aviation ($7,356,908) received funding for fuel. UTILITIES Doyon Utilities received $79,599,630 to incorporate interim tariff rates ordered by Regulatory Commission of Alaska for Doyon’s test year 2014 rate case. Jacksonville Water Works received $55,196,823 for ownership, operations, & maintenance of water distribution system at Little Rock AFB. Sole-source. MEDICAL Digirad Corp. received $100,000,000 for computed tomography imaging equipment devices. ScImage Inc. received $400,000,000 for digital imaging network picture archiving communications system products and maintenance. J&J received $38,665,471 for healthcare environmental services in support of San Antonio Military Medical Center-North. One bid solicited, one received. Leidos, Inc. received $17,400,000 for meeting, scientific, and administrative support services. Pharma Logistics Ltd. and EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp. received a shared $46,159,211 for the pharmaceutical reverse distribution program. Encompass IDBO; J.E. Dunn Construction; J&J Maintenance; JJ Brun JV; SpecPro Environmental Services; United Excel Corp.; Walsh Construction received a shared $900,000,000 for design-build construction in support of USAF Medical Service healthcare facilities nationwide. Ten corporations received a shared $49,000,000 for repair and minor construction in support of Army Medical Command, Southern Region. Sixteen corporations received a shared $200,000,000 for repair and construction in support of Army Medical Command. SAFETY Universal Technical Resource Services received $19,176,263 for maintenance & sustainment of Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) data-processing and analysis capability for acquisition, aggregation, analysis and visualization of flight & aviation hazard data to meet USAF aviation safety requirements. TRANSPORTATION For international ocean and intermodal distribution services, the following corporations received funding: American President Lines LTD received $230,749,372; American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier received $60,071,134; Central Gulf Lines Inc. received $21,979,331; Farrell Lines Inc. received $57,755,370; Hapag-Lloyd USA received $82,626,528; Liberty Global Logistics received $50,062,446; Maersk Line LTD received $204,458,639; Matson Navigation Co. received $85,515,856; TOTE Maritime Alaska received $27,313,474; TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico received $18,079,097; TransAtlantic Lines received $18,480,592; Young Brothers LTD received $16,595,001. ENVIRONMENTAL AGVIQ LLC received $9,000,000 for environmental remedial action services in NAVFAC Atlantic. Ahtna Environmental; Brice Engineering LLC; Environmental Compliance Consultants; Sundance-EA LLC received $48,000,000 for hazardous, toxic and radioactive wastes services. CH2M HILL Inc. received $7,285,139 for preliminary assessment, site inspection and emergency response actions at NAS Whidbey Island. FOOD SERVICES Sodexo Management Inc. received $20,290,305 for meals for FY2017, U.S. Marine Corps Regional Garrison Food Services Program. Texas Workforce Commission received $117,678,195 for full food services at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. DOMESTIC BASE SUPPORT - 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. Coastal Enterprises of Jacksonville Inc. received $7,685,195 for grounds maintenance at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and other outlying locations. TRAX International Corp. received $16,432,596 for non-personal test support services at Army Yuma Proving Ground. TSAY Professional Services received $13,607,023 for base operations facility maintenance for Fort Leonard Wood, MO. One bid solicited, one received. CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS AE Strategies LLC received $20,699,433 for professional services formulating civilian human resources (HR) policy and guidance, providing program oversight for HR services, and developing & implementing Navy HR IT plans in support of Navy’s Office of Civilian Human Resources in Washington, DC. Veteran Corps of America received $8,439,525 for contractor logistics support, sustainment, and site support at 39 government sites around the U.S. FINANCES Ernst & Young received $149,444,015 for financial statement audit services for U.S. Navy. Kearney & Co. received $46,587,841 for financial statement audit services of the Defense Health Program. The Pentagon has never been audited. BUSINESS & OFFICE SUPPORT Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. received $8,635,549 to support Headquarters Marine Corps Program analysis & evaluation, technical, managerial, analytical services. Booz Allen Hamilton received $140,000,000 for USAF business area & performance process reengineering & projects. Projects sponsored by a senior USAF leader & endorsed by USAF Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO). Concourse Federal Group and O'Brien Engineering Inc. received $40,000,000 for real estate support (include research, appraisals, surveys, escrow support, land mapping) to USACE projects in southwest USA. E3 Federal Solutions Inc. received $8,574,811 for executive administrative management services supporting 38 separate offices headed by senior level individuals. Xerox Corp. received $34,000,000 for black & white production equipment, maintenance, user training and device copy overages. DOMESTIC INFRASTRUCTURE BCI Construction USA received $7,620,954 for stilling basin wall repair at Tuttle Creek Lake, Manhattan, Kansas. Great Lakes E&I / Inquip JV received $19,522,743 for levee improvement construction in Sacramento, CA. JRCRUZ Corp. received $10,221,014 to build the Goethals Bridge Replacement Project Wetland Mitigation, Old Place Creek, Staten Island, New York. RNR Construction Inc. received $7,433,888 to repair the Blackwelder Dam at Beale AFB, CA. T&T Construction Enterprises received $7,898,703 to build ~4,000 linear feet of sheet pile I-wall with a cast-in-place concrete form liner in Indianapolis, IN. DOMESTIC AIRFIELD REHABILITATION Lane Construction Corp. received $21,820,000 to modernize airfield lighting at NAS Oceana. U.S. Falcon Inc. received $8,790,130 for airfield & maintenance support services. ARCHITECT-ENGINEERING SERVICES Accura Engineering & Consulting Services received $9,000,000 for architect & engineer services to support USACE in administration & oversight of construction projects. DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING Alutiiq Manufacturing Contractors; Bethel-Webcor JV-1; Bristol Design Build Services; CMS Corporation; David Boland Inc.; Doyon Project Services; Jabez-Absher 1 JV; VNM JV received a shared $240,000,000 for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Northwest. Axis-Ballard JV One; Construction Development Services; Leebcor Services LLC; Southeast Cherokee Construction; Syncon LLC received a shared $95,000,000 for construction projects in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Hampton Roads Integrated Product Team (IPT) area. CH2M Hill Constructors received $26,433,289 and received $20,243,896 for recovery and repairs following a natural disaster at Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, Georgia. CYE Enterprises Inc. received $24,990,990 to repair / replace roofs at Eglin AFB. D Square LLC & Au Authum Ki JV; Hawk-Niking LLC; MACNAK-BCP JV; Tokunaga Elite JV received a combined $98,000,000 for construction projects located primarily in NAVFAC Hawaii. The Engineering Partners Inc. received $30,000,000 for mechanical, electrical, and fire protection engineering services in NAVFAC Southwest. ETCON, Inc. received $16,054,320 for paving. J&B Builders, Charpie Construction, Norcon Corp., Belonger Corp., KPH Construction, Platt Construction, Opcon Inc., Nuvo Construction, Pontiac Drywall Systems, received a shared $20,000,000 for construction at three Air National Guard bases and Army National Guard locations in WI. Legis Consultancy received $7,500,000 for cost engineering services. Mevacon-NASCO JV received $30,000,000 to provide maintenance, repairs, and minor construction for various facilities on Fort Hood. Okahara & Associates Inc. and Shimabukuro, Endo & Yoshiazaki Inc. received a shared $12,000,000 for architect-engineer services contract (civil) design for miscellaneous projects in the Pacific Region. Project Management Services Inc. received $45,000,000 for cost engineering services in support of USACE projects nationwide. Straub Construction Inc. received $37,968,000 to build an aircraft maintenance facility & apron in the south combat aircraft loading area at MCAS Yuma. DREDGING The Dutra Group received $8,000,000 for maintenance dredging in AL, MS, & FL. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock received $12,733,300 for Atlantic Coast beach re-nourishment, Ocean City, MD. Manson Construction received $11,487,450 for hopper dredging, deep draft, maintenance of Freeport Harbor & Matagorda Ship Channel Entrance channels, Galveston, TX. Norfolk Dredging Co. received $50,273,355 for Delaware River main channel deepening, upper reach B. # # # # Christian Sorensen, a Newsbud Contributing Author & Analyst, is a U.S. military veteran. A-RCI = acoustic rapid commercial-off-the-shelf ECP = engineering change proposal 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, NEWSBUD 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. 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