Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. Here are the corporations that profited from U.S. military contracts during February 2020.


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


BAE Systems $23,869,990 for Mk 41 Vertical Launching System canister production, canister renewal, ancillary hardware, spares, and associated support equipment. Also provides: upgrade, renew, refurbish and/or repair of certain canisters. Purchases: Japan (68%); Denmark (29%); South Korea (2%); U.S. Navy (1%).


Boeing $22,200,000 for FMS (Switzerland): trailing edge flaps in support of the F/A-18 C-D aircraft. Work in Emmen, Switzerland (60%); St. Louis, Missouri (40%).


Boeing $93,000,000 IDIQ (see bottom for definition) for the next three planned configurations of the operator flight program / system configuration set into Australia’s F/A-18 F & EA-18G aircraft training systems. Also procures spares, support equipment, technical manual updates, and on-site training. 15% work in Amberley, Australia.


Chemring Energetic Devices $24,000,000 IDIQ for various Cartridge Actuated Devices/Propellant Actuated Devices for various U.S. and FMS aircraft. FMS to Greece, Taiwan, Thailand, Switzerland, Uruguay, India, Saudi Arabia, Apartheid Israel, UAE, Belgium, Denmark, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, South Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Turkey, Poland, Bahrain, Tunisia, Egypt, and Netherlands. 


Lockheed Martin $67,584,243 for FMS (Singapore): upgrading F-16s.


Lockheed Martin for long lead materials, parts, components and support necessary to maintain on-time production and delivery of 43 lot 15 F-35 aircraft for FMS ($142,750,000).


Raytheon $12,941,188 for shipboard and shore-based spare parts. FMS: South Korea (51%); Japan (49%).


Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin JV $18,431,215 for FMS (Australia, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Georgia, Indonesia, Ireland, Jordan, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Qatar, Turkey, Ukraine, and UAE): ongoing Javelin work.


Textron $8,346,395 for FMS (Bahrain): a fully assembled flight training device for an AH-1Z attack helicopter, excluding software integration.




Alion Science & Technology Corp. $14,361,357 for development, integration, testing and evaluation of prototype systems into existing or emerging unmanned vehicles, unmanned weapons, unmanned weapons control systems related to mine warfare, amphibious warfare, surface warfare, diving and life support, coastal and underwater ISR and other missions in the littoral and riverine environments.


General Atomics $7,826,673 to support Task Force Southwest and U.S. Marine Corps operations utilizing contractor-owned/contractor-operated MQ-9 unmanned air systems.


Northrop Grumman $172,424,000 for two MQ-4 Triton systems for the Navy, one Navy main operating base, trade studies and associated technical & administrative data. Work spread across the U.S., coast to coast. 1.4% of work outside the contiguous U.S.


Palantir and BAE Systems will compete for each order of the $823,263,105 to upgrade/replace components found in the Distributed Common Ground System-Army, which is marketed as helping the troops make sense of drone footage and other information.


FLIR Surveillance Inc. $16,108,026 for repairs of sensor systems, procurement of spare parts, upgrades and engineering services. Supports Ground Based Operational Surveillance System program (G-BOSS) optical sensor systems: the Star SAFIRE III (Gyro-Stabilized Long-Range Thermal Infrared Imaging Sensor System) and the THV-3000™ (Pan and Tilt Long-Range Thermal Imaging Sensor System). 


Griffon Aerospace Inc. $49,957,259 to procure MQM-170 "Outlaw" Remotely Piloted Vehicle Targets, MQM-171 "Broadsword" Unmanned Aerial Systems - Targets, depot level repair and maintenance, storage of government furnished equipment, base operations services, field operations services, qualification training execution, and inventory and transfer support for targets management office and other DOD.


Textron AAI $21,795,236 for low rate initial production for the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) Unmanned Surface Vehicle Program. To be used off LCS to sweep for mines.


The Syncon LLC $23,242,171 to expand Commander Undersea Surveillance ISR operations at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia Beach, VA. Builds a new addition attached to the current facility. The site will be reconfigured to accommodate 330 parking spaces, a new access road, a new loading dock, landscaping, flagpoles, site furnishings, dumpster relocation, exterior signage, free mitigation and storm water management.


Roughly 40 firms will share in $982,100,000 to support unmanned surface vehicles.




Berry Aviation $157,889,835; Construction Helicopters $168,964,521; Erickson Helicopters $93,601,765 for continued rotary- and fixed-wing airlift support services (including passenger, cargo, casualty evacuation, personnel recovery, air drop and door-to-door services) in Africa “and countries supporting operations in Africa, such as Germany and Italy.”




Leidos $19,653,151 for Class V munitions supply support for all ammunition stocks accounted for by 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) to U.S. military/government components, DOD agencies, and, as required, coalition forces in Central Command. Work in Kuwait City.


Leidos $33,330,855 for contractor logistics support services in Afghanistan in support of the Afghanistan Air Force and Special Mission Wing. Most work out of Kabul.


Vectrus Systems Corp. $121,777,015 for continued support of operation, maintenance, and defense of Army communications in Kuwait. Vectrus Systems Corp. $23,026,701 for Area Support Group-Kuwait Dining Facility food services in Kuwait City.


Black Construction/Mace International JV $12,297,700 for commercial and institutional building construction to construct the 34-meter antenna facility and support infrastructure at Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia; $7,818,909 for commercial and institutional building construction contract to construct a 13-meter diameter, new Radome No. 2 with reinforced concrete antenna footings, internal concrete room, ring wall, HVAC unit, electrical and communication lines at communication site facility at NSF Diego Garcia; $7,733,968 for commercial and institutional building construction contract to construct a 13-meter diameter, new Radome No. 1 with reinforced concrete antenna footings, internal concrete room, ring wall, HVAC unit, electrical and communication lines at communication site facility at NSF Diego Garcia. 




AECOM $8,370,149 for Army prepositioned stock logistics support services in support of maintenance, supply and transportation in Mannheim and Dulmen, Germany.




Southwest Valley Constructors Co. $175,415,000 for design-build of the Rio Grande Valley Sector 07 border infrastructure construction in Rio Grande City, TX.




AECOM $45,000,000 for architect-engineering services for comprehensive long-term environmental action at various sites within NAVFAC Pacific: predominantly in Hawai‘i (50%) and Guam (30%) and other areas in Pacific and Indian Oceans (20%).


DZSP 21 LLC $60,187,207 for six months of base operations support services (BOSS) at Joint Region Marianas. 




Boeing $18,186,000 for MH-47G long lead components and parts for SOCOM.


L3Harris $48,715,001 for the Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures program for SOCOM. Program management, contractor logistics support, field service representatives and travel.


R. C. Construction Co. $30,127,950 to build a 3,850 square foot pre-engineered building in Hurlburt, FL.




Schuyler Line Navigation Co. $7,238,365 for continued ocean liner service between Jacksonville/Blount Island, FL and Naval Station Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.




Aerojet Rocketdyne $12,131,241 for the base period of the Glide Breaker program. Work in Huntsville, AL (46%); Sacramento, CA (29%); Orange, VA (14%); Healdsburg, CA (8%); Sunnyvale, CA (3%).


Lockheed Martin $12,302,367 for research, development, and demonstration of the Manta Ray extra-large unmanned underwater vehicle. 


Two Six Labs LLC $7,970,711 for additional in-scope work under an undisclosed DARPA research project.


ACADEMIA ­– U.S. academia is part of the U.S. war industry. Faculty and staff often justify this flagrant ethical compromise by claiming that the funding is too good to turn down and that they, the academics, are ultimately not the ones determining when, where, or how to use the weaponry being developed.


University of South Florida Institute of Applied Engineering $85,000,000 for access to applied research and advanced technology development. SOCOM will collaborate with IAE to conduct research, hardware and software development, test & evaluation, demonstration, prototyping, and limited system production. IAE will also facilitate access to USF education and training resources.


Southern Methodist University $17,957,968 for Seismic-Acoustic Monitoring Program IV: operations and maintenance and R&D support to Air Force Technical Applications Center mission by operating, maintaining and sustaining geophysical equipment in S. Korea.




JAB Innovative Solutions $8,849,120 for Defense Innovative Unit (DIU) scientific and technical consulting support services. Program management consulting services, with experience in scientific and technical industries, to assist with meeting the DIU core mission as the interface between DOD, entrepreneurs, start-up firms, and commercial technology companies in Silicon Valley, CA; Boston, MA; and Arlington, VA, to increase DOD “access to leading edge commercial technologies and technical talent.” 




Northrop Grumman $42,088,702 for contractor logistics support services for government-owned fixed-wing fleet performing Special Electronic Mission Aircraft missions.


JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) – It is an understatement to call the F-35 a boondoggle. The Manhattan Project cost about $2 billion in 1945 dollars (roughly $28.4 billion in 2019 dollars). The F-35 burns through that kind of money every few years.


Lockheed Martin for long lead materials, parts, components and support necessary to maintain on-time production and delivery of 43 lot 15 F-35 aircraft for non-DOD participants ($204,964,510). Lockheed Martin $141,655,639 for the stand-up of organic level repair capabilities for the combat aircraft F-35 communications, navigation and information system. Overseas work in Genoa, Italy (10%), and Oslo, Norway (4%).




Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office $165,275,894 for two MV-22B aircraft for the Marine Corps and to provide funding for additional repairs in support of the Common Configuration-Readiness & Modernization Program.


Rolls-Royce $62,400,402 to procure 29 engines for Navy V-22 aircraft.


EAGLE (F-15)


Honeywell $1,635,018 (of potential IDIQ $3,517,000,000) for Embedded GPS Inertial Navigation System Modernization (EGI/EGI-M) follow-on production and sustainment. These EGI are for F-15 aircraft.


Tapestry Solutions Inc. $28,390,620 for F-15 mission planning software development and maintenance. Some FMS (Canada, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, S. Korea, Qatar; plans to include Japan and others). The FMS continues support to incorporate requirements to provide country-specific versions of Air Force Mission Planning Environment updates in accordance with FMS Letters of Acceptance (between the U.S. gov and foreign gov). 




Northrop Grumman $262,281,057 for Active Electronically Scanned Array radars for F-16 aircraft.




BAE Systems $21,380,547 to provide hardware, technical engineering, management and logistics support associated with the fabrication, assembly, test and delivery of 235 T-1622/ALE-55(V) Fiber Optic Towed for U.S. Navy and FMS.


Boeing $19,271,301 to repair avionics equipment used on F/A-18 aircraft.


General Electric $26,583,200 for 101 generator converter units used on F/A-18 aircraft.




Boeing $7,373,400 for 30 A1 G-Model kits and 66 A3 E-Model kits in support of F/A-18E/F and EA-18G modifications.




Lockheed Martin $40,000,000 for design, prototyping and qualification testing for electronic warfare systems equipment.




Boeing $99,900,000 for continued acquisition of supplies and services associated with the production of E-3 Airborne Warning & Control System (AWACS) Block 40/45 upgrade at Tinker Air Force Base, OK.


Lockheed Martin $15,285,603 for four retrofit advanced radar processor systems to include required non-recurring engineering and 16 high-density servers for the E-2D aircraft. 


United Technologies Corp. $20,337,451 for updates to the Delta Software System Configuration #3 software baseline to include the visual system and cyber security on tactics and flight trainer devices. Also provides technology refresh and aircraft concurrency updates on tactics devices, aircraft concurrency and aerial refueling updates on the flight devices, tactics, and flight device training and associated technical data in support of the E-2D Integrated Training System. Work in Point Mugu, CA.




Williams Aerospace & Manufacturing (formerly Merex Aircraft Co.), a Kellstrom Defense company $40,000,000 IDIQ for the acquisition of A-10 Speed Brake assemblies.




Rolls-Royce  $57,360,519 for C-130J propulsion long term sustainment.




Boeing $15,275,346 for KC-135 aircraft structural component fittings (landing gear trunnions). Boeing $4,941,509 to repair KC-135 cowling and fan ducts.




Sierra Nevada Corp. $128,998,320 for two light attack aircraft with associated contractor support and sparing.




C. Martin Company Inc. $7,462,086 for additional facility and equipment support at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.


Lockheed Martin $7,745,714 for Certification from Generation of Automated Test Evidence (CertGATE) software and hardware.


Sustainable System Solutions $9,563,615 to provide the design, development, integration, testing and fielding of test capabilities systems and/or related test infrastructure among ranges within DOD “test and evaluation community.”




Lockheed Martin $40,029,200 to procure organic capability pilot repair material, technical publications, peculiar support equipment re-design and acquisition and logistical support in support of CH-53K aircraft (lot 2).


Lockheed Martin $11,967,528 for non-recurring engineering to replace existing subsystems, such as the Data Transfer Unit, Defense Electronic Countermeasure System and ARC-210 radio, with the CH-53K production aircraft.


PAS MRO Inc. $9,787,000 to overhaul UH-60 tip caps.


United Technologies Corp. $11,565,275 for recurring and non-recurring engineering associated with the H-53E (aircraft) and T-64 (battle tank) fuel control production line stand-up.




DynCorp $11,361,712 for aviation maintenance at Fort Campbell, KY; Fort Bragg, NC; Bangor, ME; and Kuwait.


Merrill Corp. for overhaul of duct assembly.


Northrop Grumman $9,900,000 for F-5 aircraft parts. For FMS support.


Mercer Engineering Research Center $93,000,000 for enterprise Essential Engineering Services (EES). EES includes core engineering functions within the skill sets of software, aircraft, structural, mechanical and electrical/electronic engineering needed by Robins AFB.




Canadian Commercial Corp. $39,262,254 with 100% subcontracting to Coulson Aircrane Ltd., Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada. Provides a 27 month period of performance in Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada. No other details provided.


Federal Resources Supply $40,365,948 for metal working and machine shop set shelters.


Praxair Inc. ($15,653,203) and Airgas USA ($11,747,297), IDIQ for liquid nitrogen for Lockheed Martin.




Data Link Solutions $9,140,302 for Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) Cryptographic Modernization (CM) kits. Kits will maintain secure operations of Link 16 for all versions of the JTIDS terminal. Order covers the production of 47 kits along with the associated program management, testing and logistics support to deliver the kits.




Avix-BGI JV $9,032,988 for EC-130H/A-10C aircrew training & courseware development at Davis-Monthan Air AFB, AZ; Moody AFB, GA.


FlightSafety Services Corp. $33,151,551 for KC-46 Aircrew Training System production: two additional weapon system trainers, two boom operator trainers, fuselage trainer, fuselage trainer sprinkler system and installation, two pilot part task trainers, boom operator part task trainer, additional learning management workstations, fuselage trainer support equipment, McGuire and Altus Site Activations, systems engineering and program management, Visual Database Airfield Models and new refresher training scenarios. 


LMR Technical Group $7,053,303 for “Optimizing the Human Weapon System Services.” Services are marketed as increasing “the physical capacity of fighter aircrew, decreasing the rate of injuries and accelerating return to duty.” Contractors will work with “aircrew to optimize physical performance targeting neck and back pain prevention while monitoring, analyzing and resolving physical readiness concerns.”




Canadian Commercial Corp. (Ottawa) $225,000,000 (IDIQ) for F-138 engine and component depot repair. Work in Richmond, British Columbia.




BAE Systems $24,569,851 for post-shakedown-availability (PSA) for one Freedom-variant LCS.




General Dynamics $8,462,959 for post-delivery availability work items for Guided Missile Destroyer 118 in Bath, ME (93%), Brunswick, ME (6%), and other locations below 1 % (collectively totaling less than 1%).


Raytheon $9,107,841 to repair and test the USS Sampson (DDG 102) SPY-1D(V) transmitter suite.


ZUMWALT-CLASS DESTROYERS (DDG-1000) – DDG-1000 class ships are marketed as fulfilling “volume firepower and precision strike requirements.” These ships are packed with electronic goods from war corporations.


General Dynamics $7,713,504 for planning yard efforts such as engineering, technical, planning, ship configuration, data and logistics efforts for DDG 1000-class destroyers post-delivery and in-service life-cycle support. 


Raytheon $121,507,441 for the Guided Missile Destroyer (DDG) 1000 ship class integrated logistics support and engineering services. 




Progeny Systems Corp. $14,822,628 to provide engineering and technical services for Navy submarines and aircraft carriers via the software infrastructure and build process re: maintenance management tools.


General Atomics $25,200,747 to procure Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) Depot Planning Phase II efforts, including depot level logistics support analysis, engineering support for logistics, supportability analysis, maintenance planning, reliability maintenance, technical manual development and engineering support as it directly correlates to depot planning for the USS Gerald Ford (CVN 78) and USS John F. Kennedy (CVN 79). Additional efforts include those required to complete the Depot Planning EMALS logistics products necessary in support of an in-service EMALS. General Atomics $10,364,470 to procure hardware and installation support services for the System Functional Demonstrator and Shipset Control Lab sites for EMALS in San Diego, CA (95%); and Tupelo, MS (5%).


Raytheon $17,000,000 for dual band radar spares in support of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78). 




BAE Systems $19,187,652 for long lead time materials for propulsor components in Virginia-class attack submarine (SSN 804) and (SSN 805).


General Dynamics $38,204,181 for onboard repair parts for Virginia-class attack submarines Pre Commissioning Unit (PCU) Arkansas (SSN 800) and PCU Utah (SSN 801).  General Dynamics $7,598,226 to perform Phase III of the Virginia-class Main Propulsion Machinery control systems effort. Work in Sunnyvale, CA.


Manson Construction Co. $89,370,000 for design-bid-build services for the construction of Seawolf-class Service Pier Extension, Naval Base Kitsap Bangor, Silverdale, WA.




BAE Systems, Huntington Ingalls, and General Dynamics $275,110,745 for complex, emergent and continuous maintenance and Chief of Naval Operations availabilities on surface combatants homeported in San Diego, CA.


Boston Ship Repair $14,358,866 for a 90-calendar day shipyard availability for the overhaul dry-docking availability of USNS John Lenthall (T-AO 189) in Philadelphia, PA.


Colonna Shipyards Inc. $10,536,728 for a 75-day shipyard availability for the regular post shakedown availability of USNS Burlington (T-EPF 10).


Detyens Shipyards $17,086,701 for a 75-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Arctic (T-AOE 8).


Huntington Ingalls $14,999,841 for continued advance planning and availability preparations for the fiscal 2020 USS Boise (SSN 764) engineered overhaul. 


Vigor Marine $9,329,088 for the maintenance, repair and preservation of Caisson Six in Seattle, WA.


For messing and berthing barges support to Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center, Norfolk, Virginia: Lyon Shipyard Inc. $82,029,325; BMFT JV $87,651,824; Colonna's Shipyard $96,692,648; Fairlead Boatworks $97,020,569; East Coast Repair & Fabrication $109,260,981.


East Coast Repair & Fabrication and Colonna's Shipyard Inc. got started on an IDIQ contract for ship repair, maintenance and modernization of non-nuclear surface ships assigned to or visiting Norfolk, VA, via the rolling admissions solicitation process. $10,000 minimum guarantee each to get going.




Raytheon $35,874,452 for over-the-horizon weapon systems.


Raytheon $7,992,944 for design agent engineering and technical support services for the Phalanx, SeaRAM, and Land-based Phalanx. Raytheon $7,992,944 for design agent engineering and technical support services for the Phalanx, SeaRAM, and Land-based Phalanx.


Lockheed Martin $233,036,890 for Mk 41 Vertical Launching System vertical launcher module assemblies, modernization kits and spare components for U.S. Navy (74%); S. Korea (18%), Finland (4%), Germany (4%).




EPS Corp. $8,531,520 for expertise in developing and testing underwater weapons and underwater weapons systems components. Develop an underwater weapons system acquisition/procurement program that provides underwater weapons systems (including authentic foreign mines) for research, development test and evaluation of underwater weapons systems and mine countermeasures systems.  Work in Tinton Falls, NJ (95%); Montenegro (2%); Bulgaria (2%); and Italy (1%).


Raytheon $23,287,384 for the naval surveillance application upgrade, improving radio frequency (RF) sensors on naval surveillance applications. Improvements will potentially provide increased SWPC (size, weight, power and cooling), modular open system architectures and resolution against small maritime/air targets, detection of moving targets in synthetic aperture radar imagery and the formulation and extraction of other detection and classification features. Further, these improvements may demonstrate multi-source autonomous surveillance capabilities in support of the RF detection, tracking and identification thrust area.


RIBCRAFT USA $8,477,452 for construction of 10 Expeditionary 11 Meter Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RIB).




DCS Corp. $10,649,613 for the planning and execution of test efforts for aircraft and weapons components through a Milestone C decision to include developmental and operational test and evaluation efforts associated with modifications to existing commercial-off-the-shelf and non-developmental items, which require engineering, design, integration, test and evaluation. Also provides contractor services support in administration, engineering and management functions in support of the Naval Test Wing Atlantic, Naval Air Systems Command, and Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD.




Cass Holdings LLC $43,516,006 to refurbish AM2 Matting packages to include Landing Matting (F71/F72), Heavy Duty Matting (F73) and Spacer Matting (F78) in accordance with Naval Air Systems Command drawing package instructions and directives in support of the aircraft launch and recovery equipment's expeditionary airfield program. 


Tekla Research $82,999,168 for test and evaluation engineering, prototyping, and integration of warfare systems into Navy aircraft and aviation systems. Also provides developmental test and evaluation of lab, ground, and flight-testing of newly installed or developmental systems and/or modifications to fleet-deployed systems as well as data gathering to support potentially new systems, improve existing systems, and experimentation and testing of prototypes.




Client Solution Architects $7,560,402 for an additional year of acquisition management, program management and integrated logistics support services for the Undersea Communications and Integration Program Office.


Frontier Technologies Inc. $12,808,653 for airborne systems decision life cycle planning and analysis methods and tools. Services support wide-ranging initiatives including IT capabilities, communications, engineering, analysis, planning, assessment, design, hardware and software, operations and administration of network and communications systems for Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific. 


Lockheed Martin $16,388,917 for towed arrays and provisioned item orders to support an indefinite quantity of spares; -fixed for engineering services for post-delivery support, including repairs and engineering upgrades, the array refurbishment program, cost-only for travel and material in support of engineering services and refurbishments.


L3Harris Technologies Inc. $14,693,123 for Commercial Broadband Satellite Program Unit Level Variant (ULV) hardware production units. ULV provides terminal-to-shore, space, and terrestrial connectivity to increase throughput for commercial satellite communication and provides redundancy for military satellite communications.


For technical and management support services in support of Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific IT operations and its infrastructure of research, development, testing and evaluation networks, 11 corporations received separate awards: Atlas Technologies Inc. $31,133,476; Cameron Bell Corp., d.b.a. Gov Solutions Group $27,739,551; DirectViz Solutions $26,631,289; LLC $26,040,165; Infinity Systems Engineering LLC $30,035,161; Information Systems Solutions Inc. $31,803,308; Joint Tactics and Technologies LLC, Coronado, CA, $25,552,335; New Directions Technologies Inc., Ridgecrest, CA, $30,373,883; Resource Management Concepts Inc. $28,116,256; Sentar Inc. $30,567,443; and Strategic Data Systems Inc. $28,545,694.




Cyber Systems & Services Solutions $17,590,503 for Defensive Cyber Realization, Integration, and Operational Support (DCRIOS) services at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.


Dark Wolf Solutions $75,000,000 for cyber innovation services at Hill AFB, Utah. Work includes software penetration testing and adversarial assessment.


Escal Institute of Advanced Technologies $9,258,000 for industry standard, nationally recognized training and certifications to verify and validate student proficiency in cybersecurity roles as defined in the Joint Cyberspace Training and Certification Standards Concept of Operations for Fort Gordon, GA. Escal Institute Advanced Technologies $8,805,373 for training and certifications to verify and validate student proficiency in cybersecurity roles, Fort Gordon, GA.


Tyonek Global Services $15,060,087 for cyber operations training support at Hurlburt Field and JB San Antonio.


22nd Century Technologies $9,060,499 for “essential capabilities” to support the 33rd Network Warfare Squadron (33 NWS) in conducting Defense Cyber Operations (DCO). In addition, support is required for conducting analysis of all network defense events, alerts, and traffic on all network Intrusion Detection System and Intrusion Prevention System, Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network and Secure Internet Protocol Router Network for the 33 NWS. Work at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX.




Advantaged Solutions Inc. $7,366,754 to provide technical refresh services for the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Includes transitioning from current Oracle database to the systems applications products (SAP) analytic appliance platform, transferring the entire system from on-premises hosting to SAP cloud hosting, migrating to infrastructure as a service under GovCloud impact level 4 security standards, and consolidating Navy financial reporting via universe of transactions.


Carahsoft for IT asset management software; software maintenance support; IT professional services; and related services in support of DoD ESI and under the direction of Office of Management and Budget, Enterprise Software Category. The software publisher under this agreement is Splunk. No funds obligated at time of award.


Highlight Technologies $7,708,136 for software environment management services for the Kessel Run Experimentation Labs. Work in Boston, MA.


HP $61,825,294 IDIQ for integrated processor capacity services – X-86 (IPCS-X) for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Operations Center.


H2 Direct $39,000,000 to provide IT management support services.


Leidos $7,729,639,286 IDIQ contract for Department of Navy service management, integration, and transport used on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet, the outside continental US Naval Enterprise Network and the Marine Corps Enterprise Network.


Progeny Systems Corp. $9,913,382 for continued maturation of the Expeditionary Mission Planning System in Manassas, VA (65%) and Middletown, VA (35%).


Unisys Corp. $14,029,965 for an 18-month bridge to continue support for the Army Enterprise Service Desk in Augusta, GA.




ECS Federal $85,422,289 for R&D of artificial intelligence algorithms.




Cray $26,480,000 for DOD high performance computing modernization at Stennis Space Center, MS. Cray $25,480,000 for DOD high-performance computing modernization programs at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.




Aegis Power Systems $7,000,000 for the production of the power supply in support of AN/TSQ-232 command post platforms.  General Dynamics $26,869,595 to procure Year 11 system engineering and program management services for product manager tactical network, systems, and equipment.




Call Henry Inc. $10,096,797 for management and support, maintenance and repair, operations, other services and minor alteration related to launch operations support at Vandenberg AFB, CA.


Data Computer Corp. of America $7,201,112 for Western Range Modernization Network at Vandenberg AFB, CA. Supports modernization of the Western Range Communications Subsystems to an IP-based network that supports data, voice, and video mission communication.




SAIC received IDIQ contract $655,000,000 for services supporting the Space and Missile Systems Center Development Corps Innovation & Prototype Operations at Kirtland AFB, NM. Provides engineering, development, integration, and sustainment services supporting the current Ground System Enterprise throughout its evolution, including the transition to and buildout of Enterprise Ground Services. Work will be performed at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico; and Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.


SigmaTech Corp. $14,440,691 for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition and Integration (SAF/SP) systems, engineering, and technical assistance (SETA). This task order provides SAF/SP technical, acquisition-related, and support advisory & assistance services in support of space activities. This task also focuses on business and staff support, secretariat and fusion, policy and integration, space control, programs and analysis, architectures and space support, and program management.


L3Harris $32,076,011 for combat mission systems support sustainment Option Year One.


L3Harris $22,990,454 for Transition-On and Ground Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance Upgrade Technical Maturation and Risk Reduction on the Maintenance of Space Situational Awareness Integrated Capabilities (MOSSAIC) acquisition. MOSSAIC will provide sustainment services for current and future ground-based Space Situational Awareness (SSA) sensors, SSA Command and Control systems, and Space Battle Management Command and Control capabilities in the Space and Missile System Center Space Domain Awareness Division Special Programs - Ground portfolio. Additionally, MOSSAIC provides for sustainment of and modernization of associated test and integration infrastructure capabilities supporting Space Domain Awareness Division Special Programs – Ground.


MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) – After intense lobbying by the U.S. war industry, the D.C. regime pulled out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002. This paved the way for the establishment of the Missile Defense Agency, and allowed the U.S. war industry to develop, market, and sell “ballistic missile defense” weaponry. This weaponry is one of the most lucrative sectors of the U.S. war industry.


CAS Inc. $35,505,220 for technical engineering services in support of the Lower Tier Project Office, Huntsville, AL. Includes FMS (Bahrain, Germany, Greece, Apartheid Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Poland, Qatar, Romania, the Saudi regime, S. Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, UAE).


Raytheon $92,000,000 for the Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense Plug & Fight A-Kit, materials and support. 




Draper Lab $200,738,759 for fiscal 2020 production of Trident II (D5) MK6 Guidance Equivalent Units. Some United Kingdom funds ($2,985,999) obligated.


Lockheed Martin $13,860,565 for Trident II (D5) missile production and deployed systems support. Work in Cape Canaveral, FL (62.3%); Sunnyvale, CA (35.9%); and other various locations (less than 1% each; 1.8% total).


8 firms received task orders ($90,000,000 each) for general construction (to include maintenance, repair, alteration, mechanical, electrical, heating/air conditioning, demolition, painting, and earthwork) at Malmstrom AFB, MT.




Arnold Defense & Electronics $10,487,500 to manufacture the 2.75-inch rocket launchers and subcomponents to support USA, S. Korea, and Pakistan.


DRS $7,813,986 for evaluation, implementation, proofing of equipment changes, engineering services & repairs, modifications/alternations, and government furnished equipment repair and maintenance in support of Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) “Bravo” equipment.


DRS $21,470,307 for mission system computers, chief of section displays (CSD) and CSD chargers for the M777A2 Digital Fire Control System. 


Lockheed Martin $32,183,907 for field-level High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS)/Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) launcher maintenance support to the Army, Marine Corps and Navy. Paid for in part with OCO funds.


Lockheed Martin $1,142,750,791 for Guided Multiple Launch Rocket Systems. Some FMS (Romania and South Korea).


Raytheon $15,000,000 for Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II) technical support: lifecycle technical support throughout engineering and manufacturing development (EMD), production, and sustainment phases.


Raytheon $90,421,317 for the engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) phase of the Joint Multiple Effects Warhead System (JMEWS). EMD effort includes the design, integration, test and evaluation of the JMEWS. 




BAE Systems $113,548,696 for 26 amphibious combat vehicles and other associated production costs.


General Dynamics $18,026,834 for Abrams systems technical support. Some FMS to Kuwait. General Dynamics $83,859,066 to maintain and deploy the Stryker Family of Vehicles. General Dynamics ($12,230,475) and Seiler Instrument & Manufacturing Co. ($10,861,491) for sight extensions. 


L3 $59,056,763 for 235 eHydro-Mechanically Propelled Operational Reliability [THOR] II Transmission 800s in both new and remanufactured configurations.


Oshkosh Defense $407,335,834 to procure Joint Light Tactical Vehicles and associated kits. Some FMS (Lithuania and Slovenia).


VSE Corp. $10,034,417 for materials, shipping and travel to support the procurement of equipment maintenance and test support services. Provide vehicle maintenance and configuration support for the Assault Amphibious Vehicle and Amphibious Combat Vehicle family of vehicles in support of Program Executive Officer Land Systems, Quantico, VA.


White Hand Global $8,698,744 for Bradley Fighting Vehicle metering fuel pump.


313 Industries Inc., Mettle Craft Manufacturing LLC, Milton Manufacturing Inc., Rose-A-Lee Technologies $19,000,000 to provide surge support for build-to-print component requirements through fabrication and manufacturing for the Combat Capabilities Development Command Ground Vehicle System Center.




Cybernet Systems Corp. $22,367,890 for ongoing development, manufacture, delivery, set-up and integration of up to 25 new and existing automated tactical ammunition classification systems and spent brass sorter units.


FN America $119,216,309 for M4/M4A1 carbine. FN America $119,216,309 for the M4/M4A1 carbines.


Otis Products Inc. $33,688,736 for gun cleaning kits.


Safariland LLC $8,944,506 for a 12-gauge, direct-fire, low-hazard, non-shrapnel producing shell.


Machining Technologies $92,006,676 for work related to the 120mm M31 Tail Fin used on 120mm mortar cartridges.




Ceradyne Inc. and TenCate Advanced Armor USA Inc. will compete for each order of the $264,638,260 for X-Side Ballistic Insert hard armor plates.  SEKRI $7,638,180 for 71,000 advanced tactical assault panels.


SAIC $90,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations items. Location of performance is the Southwest Region Zone 2 of the U.S. SupplyCore Inc. $90,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations items in the Southwest Region Zone 1 of the U.S.


Trijicon Inc. $64,000,000 max. for Squad Common Optic systems, spare parts, training, non-functional units, interim contractor logistics support and refurbishment of test articles. 




Carter Industries $30,294,000 IDIQ for men's and women's sage-green flyer coveralls for Air Force and Navy. Federal Prison Industries $24,465,000 for trousers for U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. Fechheimer Brothers Co. $99,000,000 for the Army Green Service Uniform. National Industries for the Blind $13,641,430 for Advanced Combat Shirts. ReadyOne Industries $11,099,962 for 68,991 Advanced Combat Pants.




Zenetex LLC $7,521,702 for contractor support services (CSS) to temporarily augment government personnel to assist in the acquisition, management and sustainment of Navy training systems. CSS support includes corporate operations, research and technology, program management, logistics, engineering, instructional systems and test and evaluation support services for various training systems managed by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division. FMS ($520,643) obligated.


RQ Construction $8,634,814 for construction (site work, rough grade, pile caps, grade beams) for the Mariner Skills Training Center at Naval Station Norfolk, VA.




SAIC $15,314,248 for Force Protection Systems (FPS) Integrated Base Defense Operation Inherent Resolve System Engineering, FPS Counter Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Device (C-VBIED) Systems Engineering, Close Combat Weapon System FMS engineering and analysis, and FPS Combat Outpost Surveillance Force Protection System (COSFPS) System Engineering. Work in Afghanistan, Iraq, and USA (Redstone Arsenal, AL).




Teledyne Brown Engineering $40,000,000 for the Automated Radioxenon Concentrator & Spectrometer (ARCS) units and spares. Produce a multiple high sensitivity radioxenon sampler systems for the nuclear test monitoring requirements of the U.S. Atomic Energy Detection System network to verify international treaties. The current ARCS system was developed with the needs of both the Air Force Technical Applications Center and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) in mind. The CTBTO operates a world-wide network of nuclear sensing stations called the International Monitoring System.




Ranco Construction, Flagship Contracting, Eastern Construction & Electric Inc. $66,000,000 for underground utilities at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ.  PERC Water Corp. $17,209,469 for the operation and maintenance of the southern and northern tertiary treatment plants on Camp Pendleton, CA.




Cape Fox Facilities Services $22,000,000 for behavioral health support services.


EMIT Corp. $20,000,000 IDIQ for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog. Marathon Medical Corp. $12,600,000 max. for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog. Medical Digital Developers $45,000,000 max. for supply integrated video imaging sharing systems and other available items for these systems.


Nexsys Electronics, d.b.a. MedWeb $52,852,585 for in-theater systems support services for the Deployed Tele-Radiology System, a commercial imaging product used at military treatment facilities.


J & J Maintenance $86,190,738 for healthcare environmental services in support of San Antonio Military Medical Center-North.


For Healthcare Aseptic Management Services for medical aseptic housekeeping, waste management and linen management: The Victor Group $10,564,430; Main Building Maintenance Inc. $10,400,074; Titan Facility Services $10,012,679; TFOM HHS Group JV $9,843,221.


FUEL & ENERGY – The U.S. Armed Forces consume more fossil fuels than any other organization in the world.


Messer Construction Co. $13,960,000 for replacement and relocation of a fuel farm at Wright Patterson AFB.


Rore Corp. $17,249,182 to build a new jet fuel complex at Air National Guard Base, Fresno-Yosemite International Airport, Fresno, CA.


8 firms (IDIQ) to provide sustainment, restoration and modernization services for petroleum, oil and lubricant (POL) systems at various locations worldwide. Work provides for design, engineering, inspection, testing, maintenance and repair and new construction of POL fuel systems such as pipelines, fuel storage tanks, and associated facilities at POL facilities worldwide. The maximum dollar value of the 60-month ordering period for all eight contracts combined is $880,000,000. Aptim Federal Services LLC is being awarded the seed task order in the amount of $623,600 for clean, inspect and repair services of POL fuel storage tanks located at Naval Base Point Loma. 


Phillips 66 Co. ($795,343,081); Petromax Refining ($430,810,752); BPPNA GOT/IST ($330,132,694); Placid Refining Co. ($192,016,999); Alon USA LP ($174,090,089); Lazarus Energy Holdings LLC ($130,664,718); Petromax ($100,790,924); BP ($86,381,024); Husky Marketing & Supply Co. ($82,853,998); Calumet Shreveport Fuels ($80,628,947); Hunt Refining Co. ($67,117,666); Tesoro Refining & Marketing ($52,916,323); ExxonMobil ($30,914,478); Epic Aviation ($26,100,164); Hermes Consolidated ($25,735,920); Irving Oil Terminals ($12,642,554); Avfuel Corp. ($8,956,636); received funding for various types of fuel. Southern Counties Oil Co. $7,065,718 for fuel. 


Stonewin LLC $59,678,523 for marine gas oil.


Valero Marketing & Supply Co. $754,967,900 for various types of fuel for Army. Type of appropriation is operations and maintenance funds for FMS program.




American Petroleum Tankers $15,792,900 for one U.S.-flagged vessel in support of DLA Energy aboard the Motor Vessel Evergreen State. 


Vane Line Bunkering $11,516,430 for continued transportation of jet fuel and marine diesel fuel by barge. Work in ports and points along the inland waterways and East Coast locations.




Vertex Aerospace $23,925,125 to provide contractor-owned and -operated aircraft to the Navy, FMS customers, and contractors as well as DOD and “other government agencies” in support of the Contracted Air Services (CAS) program.




Moran Towing Corp. $14,597,547 to support Military Sealift Command's service support program for the time charter services of eight tugboats in Norfolk, VA, and surrounding waters.




Lockheed Martin $470,813,279 for six low rate initial production lot II VH-92A aircraft, interim contractor support, and six cabin interior reconfiguration kits in support of the Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program.




PrimeTech International $12,746,631 for logistics services to manage, support and operate the Marine Corps Consolidated Storage Program warehouse network.


Travis Association for the Blind in Austin, TX, $20,727,424 for warehousing, storage, logistics, and distribution functions.


ENVIRONMENTAL – The U.S. military is the single greatest institutional polluter in the world (in terms of carbon pollution, particulates, nuclear waste, runoff, etc.). The Pentagon hires Corporate America to remediate a fraction of the military’s pollution.


Aptim Federal Services $80,000,000 for environmental remediation in support of USACE Omaha District.


EA-SCF JV $45,000,000 for environmental services at Fort Belvoir.


Baywest LLC, Bhate Zapata JV, HydroGeoLogic Inc., IE Weston Federal Svcs JVB LLC, PIKA International Inc., Seres Arcadis SB JV LLC will compete for each order of $400,000,000 to perform Military Munitions Response Program responses involving conventional munitions and other munitions-related services.




Coastal Pacific Food Distributors $246,750,000 for full-line food distribution. Sysco $176,250,000 for full-line food distribution. Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Division of Blind Services $59,677,871 for full food services at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Social Services Missouri Department (Jefferson City) $16,399,172 for food service at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Sysco $7,150,000 for full-line food distribution for DOD support of Navy customers in the Seattle, WA/Puget Sound Region. Y. Hata & Co., Ltd. $230,896,840 for full food-line distribution.


BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES (BOSS) - BOSS typically includes some combination of the following services: air operations, bachelor quarters, custodial, electrical, environmental services, facilities investment, fire & emergency services, galley, grounds maintenance, housing, integrated & waste, janitorial services, management & administration, morale-welfare-recreation, ordnance, pavement clearance, pest control, port operations, public safety, supply, utilities, vehicles & equipment service, visual services, waste management, wastewater, and water. Security is sometimes included. This work was once done by the troops, prior to the corporate takeover of the Pentagon.


ACE Maintenance & Services Inc. $18,382,094 for janitorial services at Naval Support Activity Bethesda, MD.


Melwood Horticultural Training Center $19,007,322 for custodial, recycling and grounds maintenance support for all labor, management, supervision, tools, materials and equipment required to perform facility investment services for federal installations within a 100-mile radius of the National Capitol Region.


Skookum Educational Programs $7,335,413 for custodial services on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.


TSAY/Ferguson-Williams $8,903,544 for BOSS at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Air Field, GA.




CBRE, EMCOR, Facilities Services Management Inc., Quality Services International, Hospital Housekeeping Systems LLC, Sodexo Management Inc., Valiant Government Services, J&J Worldwide Services, VW International, Zero Waste Solutions $396,000,000 for specialized services to support Army, Air Force, Navy and Defense Health Agency medical facilities throughout the U.S. and outside the U.S. (South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Germany, England, Portugal, Turkey, Italy).


CONSULTING, ADMIN & LOGISTICS – A January 2015 report noted that trimming some outsourced administrative waste (like we see in this category of consulting, admin, and business logistics) would have saved roughly $125 billion over five years. The Pentagon leadership (many of whom come from leadership positions in U.S. war corporations) buried the report, fearing Congress might use it to cut the war budget.


Akima Support Operations $101,329,977 for Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise logistics support and services at Fort Hood, Texas.  Boston Consulting Group, CACI Inc., Deloitte, Mid-Atlantic Technical & Executive Consulting, Whitney, Bradley & Brown Inc., $249,000,000 (IDIQ) for the Navy's System-Level Cost Analysis with Total Ownership Cost Analysis initiative.  National Conferencing Inc. $22,483,731 for event planning and logistical support services for the Office of the Chief of Chaplains.




Accenture $21,718,289 for period two of the General Fund Enterprise Business System - Sensitive Activities. 


Dexis Consulting Group and IDS International Government Services received IDIQ contracts (max. $300,000,000; no funds yet awarded) to provide assessment, monitoring and evaluation to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. Some activities are support to planning, program design, execution, administration, and implementation of security cooperation initiatives; justify, manage and utilize assigned program resources, including budget and personnel; manage stakeholder communications; monitor deliverables.




POWER Engineers Inc. $10,493,283 IDIQ to prepare a design-bid-build construction package consisting of full plans, specifications, detailed cost estimate, and other services to construct a new multi-story operations center to replace Building 112. Included are two new single-story warehouses at U. S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Finegayan and at Naval Base Guam; an underground pathway and ducting to support a 23-mile 288-strand fiber optic cable between Andersen Air Force Base and Naval Base Guam.


Serrano Construction & Development Corp. (Guam) $10,833,673 task order to renovate enlisted personnel unaccompanied housing at buildings 25007, 25009, 25011, 25016 and 25017 on Andersen AFB, Yigo, Guam.


Toland & Mizell Architects Inc. up to $30,000,000 for architectural and engineering services in the NAVFAC Southeast. Overseas work [Andros Island, Bahamas (5%); Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (5%)]. Initial task order = $267,865 for engineering design for Server Rooms 1 and 2 within Building 514 at NAS Jacksonville.




Bencor Global Inc. $24,500,000 for work related to East Branch Dam Cutoff Wall, Wilcox, PA.


Charter Contracting Co. $36,500,000 for Muddy River flood damage reduction, phase II in Brookline and Boston, MA.


Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. $10,150,000 for construction of a fish passage facility at Mud Mountain Dam in Buckley, WA.


L-J Inc. $13,456,000 for raising dikes and berms, installation of geotextile, and installation of new spillway systems in Clouter Creek, Berkeley County, SC.


Maloney Odin JV $48,064,247 to degrade and reconstruct two miles of levee to support Sacramento River East Levee construction of both deep mix method and slurry trench cutoff walls.


Midwest Construction Co. $7,310,007 for levee rehabilitation in Papillion, NE.




Capital Currency Team (D.C.) $100,000,000 for multi-discipline architectural engineering services.


7 firms including Parsons compete for orders of $49,000,000 for architect and engineering services to support the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Management Program.


MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Endless war requires endless construction and building repair. An added bonus for the Pentagon and the U.S. war industry is how this construction activity effectively co-opts the working class, making them feel like they’re on the same team as the troops. It is a very powerful narcotic.


Arwi JV LLC $10,000,000 IDIQ for roofing repair and maintenance at Naval Base Point Loma, CA. Initial task order at $350,180 for re-roofing at Buildings 260 and 262.


Canco LLC $10,050,000 to replace an existing fire station in Mansfield, OH, for Air National Guard.  A. WBE-CCI JV One LLC $11,877,000 to build a pre-engineered metal hangar with conventional construction for adjacent support shop, administrative and non-destructive inspection testing spaces in Klamath Falls, OR, for the Army National Guard.


Doyon Management Services $7,898,803 for retrofit and upgrade of Substation 1, Building 5100 at Naval Base Kitsap, Silverdale, WA. John C. Grimberg Co. $20,987,000 to renovate Building 8 at Marine Corps Barracks, WA.


Jacobs Ewingcole JV $15,865,000 for construction at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, Ridgecrest, CA, for various fiscal 2021 projects impacted by last year's earthquakes.


K S Ware & Associates LLC $12,500,000 for value engineering services.


The Oak Group Inc. $15,974,500 for design and construction of a Marine Corps Reserve Center in Syracuse, NY.


For underwater and above-water inspection, material condition assessment, engineering and design services in support of sustainment, restoration and modernization and military construction projects at DOD waterfront and ocean facilities: Childs Engineering Corp. $15,000,000 works in the U.S. (mostly East Coast) but also worldwide Puerto Rico & U.S. Virgin Islands; Marine Solutions $15,000,000 works at various Navy and Marine Corps facilities and other government facilities in Mid-Atlantic region; Lloyd Collins JV $15,000,000 works in FL (28%), CA (25%), HI (25%), TX (15%), LA (5%), MS (2%). Appledore Marine Engineering $15,000,000 works at within the northwest and Pacific; Jacobs $15,000,000 works at various Navy and Marine Corps facilities and other government facilities worldwide.


Skookum Educational Programs $7,328,193 for sustainment, restoration and modernization operations and maintenance services for facility maintenance purchased through the AbilityOne Program. Work at Fort Riley, Kansas.


WSP USA Inc. for waterfront projects at various locations in NAVFAC Northwest. Initial task order, $5,900,965, is for multi-mission dry dock alternatives feasibility and engineering study in support of environmental impact statement development, Naval Base Kitsap and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. 


6 firms $30,000 obligated (out of $99,999,000) for building alterations, repairs, renovations, and construction at installations within Naval Bases San Diego, Coronado, Point Loma, and MCAS Miramar, CA.


7 firms $91,000,000 for construction, renovation, and repair of various heavy horizontal and civil engineering construction projects at various government installations within NAVFAC Southwest.




Crosby Dredging LLC $12,492,900 to dredge and remove approximately 1.3 million cubic yards of shoal material from the Turning and Anchorage Basin in the Sabine Neches Waterway in Port Arthur, TX.  Great Lakes Dredge & Deck Co. $17,573,575 for maintenance dredging of Baltimore Harbor and York Spit Channel, Chesapeake. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. $8,301,000 for dredging of Morehead City, Wilmington, Savannah, and Brunswick Harbors, NC.  Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Co. $16,389,850 for Mississippi River maintenance dredging in New Orleans and Black Hawk, LA.  R.E. Staite Engineering Inc. $15,261,525 for maintenance dredging at Naval Base San Diego. 



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IDIQ = indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity = In an IDIQ contract, a war corporation sells a lot of goods and services within a timeframe set by the Pentagon. These goods and services are usually issued through “task orders” during the timeframe. (The Pentagon sets a minimum amount, which the war corporation fills. Then, within the timeframe, the Pentagon can place orders beyond the established minimum.) Industry officials assert IDIQ contracts benefit the Pentagon because the U.S. Armed Forces get the products they need (even when the Pentagon cannot initially determine the precise amounts required); IDIQ, officials argue, allows the corporation to be there when the Pentagon needs it.




Christian Sorensen is an author and an independent journalist. His work focuses on the U.S. war industry.