Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. I usually enumerate how much total money DOD allocates for industry good & services each month. I did not have time to do that for August 2019. I apologize.
FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) – Through FMS, the U.S. government procures and transfers industry goods & services to allied nations and international organizations.
BAE Systems $19,197,676 for FMS (Saudi regime): sustainment services on AN/ALQ-239 Digital Electronics Warfare Systems (DEWS) and AN/AAR-57A(V) Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) hardware / software.
Lockheed Martin $25,165,589 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): procurement of Armor Corps Advanced Gunnery Training systems and contractor logistics support. Work in Orlando, FL, and Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.
Tetra Tech $45,000,000 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): architect-engineer design, quality control, master planning, planning and programming documentation, transportation, force protection, construction phase services and subject matter expert support.
BAE Systems to procure Radio Frequency Countermeasures and the maintenance and repair of multi-function test stations for F-35 aircraft for FMS ($24,365,166).
Boeing $145,892,870 for FMS (Netherlands): remanufacture 11 aircraft and new build Longbow Crew Trainer and spares.
Boeing $500,000,000 for FMS (Qatar): F-15QA aircrew and maintenance training.
KBRWyle $8,433,703 for program management services on F/A-18 for Australia.
Lockheed Martin $42,734,799 for USA and FMS (U.K.): Modernized Radar Frequency Interferometer kits and spares.
MD Helicopters $50,440,584 for FMS (Afghanistan): logistics support for Afghan Air Force MD-530F aircraft in Kabul, Afghanistan, and Mesa, AZ.
PAE $122,830,985 for FMS (Afghanistan): ground vehicle support in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Lockheed Martin $25,252,703 for an F-35 regional maintenance repair and upgrade facility for Japan. Northrop Grumman $9,938,480 for FMS (Japan): eight E-2C compatible AN/APX-122A Mode 5/S interrogators.
Lockheed Martin for kits & special tooling for and retrofit of delivered F-35 for FMS ($2,933,370).
Northrop Grumman $7,013,331 for FMS (Netherlands): AN/ALQ-131 (V) electronics countermeasures pod upgrade. Program is focused on the redesign of the ALQ-131 Digital Receiver Exciter and ALM-256 Intermediate Level Support Equipment.
Physical Optics Corp. to support F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft for Kuwait ($4,896,782): data transfer units, ground data transfer units, maintenance access cables, mission data transfer devices, and maintenance data transfer devices.
Raytheon $129,811,367 for FMS (Oman and Taiwan): missiles.
Raytheon $10,843,249 for FMS (Kuwait): technical assistance, planning, training, maintenance, and sustainment of PATRIOT missile systems, equipment, and logistics support elements.
Sonalysts Inc. $9,440,639 for FMS (Germany): maintenance of the Dangerous Waters Naval Simulator to meet its simulation and training requirements, including proper levels of integration and interoperability.
UNINHABITED VEHICLES & CRAFT
General Atomics max. $78,000,000 for integration and testing support for the Medium Altitude Long Endurance Tactical (MALET) MQ-9 and MQ-1C Special Operations Forces Peculiar (SOF-p) modifications; procurement of GA developed and produced aircraft kits; and analysis and studies to inform government decision on potential future MALET MQ-9 and MQ-1C SOF-p modifications. research, development, test and evaluation; procurement; or operation and maintenance funding may be used depending on the requirement.
General Dynamics $44,595,146 for LRIP of the Surface Mine Countermeasure Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (SMCM UUV), also known as Knifefish. The Knifefish program aims to provide a UUV that detects and classifies undersea volume, bottom and buried mines in cluttered environments. Knifefish is part of the Littoral Combat Ship Mine Countermeasures Mission Package and can also be deployed from vessels of opportunity.
Hydroid Inc. $15,826,493 for engineering support and training services for the MK 18 Family of Systems– Unmanned Underwater Vehicle systems.
Teledyne Instruments Inc. $7,666,080 to support the ongoing development of autonomous underwater vehicles, localization systems, monitoring and navigation tele-sonar subsea modems.
Raytheon $23,817,657 for two prototype High Energy Laser Weapon Systems (HELWS). Provides field assessment for experimentation including 12 months of in-field operation by Air Force personnel against unmanned aerial systems threats.
Berry Aviation for $29,848,000 for fixed-wing transportation (incl medical evac) within CENTCOM with a focus on Afghanistan. CHI Aviation $149,819,159 and Columbia Helicopters $224,394,412 for rotary wing airlift support to transport passengers and cargo in Afghanistan. DynCorp $32,753,836 to train, advise and assist in Afghanistan.
KBR $27,721,832 for BOSS at Isa Air Base, Bahrain.
Michael Baker International $9,000,000 for communications engineering services in CENTCOM.
Midwest Air Traffic Control Service $8,410,622 for aviation command and control operations and maintenance services for the U.S. Air Force in Central Command.
Raytheon $36,250,251 for procurement and storage of obsolescent spares for Qatar Early Warning Radar (QEWR) sustainment.
CoSolutions EIS JV $10,000,148 to support intelligence training in Europe (at the Regional Joint Intelligence Training Facility at RAF Molesworth, U.K.; Patch Barracks, Stuttgart, Germany; and, on a temporary duty basis, at other locations in Europe and within the continental U.S.).
Valiant Global Defense Services $10,645,455 for Korea Battle Simulation Center operations and wide area networking support services in Pyeongtaek, South Korea.
9Line LLC $10,262,787 for non-clinical case management and advocate training support for wounded, ill, and injured SOF Recovering Service Members (RSMs). Focus areas are in recovery care coordination, military adaptive sports, benevolence, career transition, and operations as it relates to SOCOM Warrior Care Program.
DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA)
University of Southern California $19,843,137 for a DARPA research project.
CORPORATE CAPTURE OF U.S. INTELLIGENCE / ESPIONAGE
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language $10,654,800 for oral proficiency interviews, Presidio of Monterey, CA. [Most military linguist trainees go on to work in an intel capacity.]
Booz Allen Hamilton $89,993,973 to provide support services for DIA's Directorate of Analysis. Services are for production, dissemination, and tracking of finished intelligence products, including development & maintenance of applications and tools used to perform the mission.
Radiant Geospatial Solutions $14,226,474 for Red Wing Next Generation Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Cloud. Marketed as delivering an automated and efficient workflow for National System of GEOINT analysis by reducing latency for product generation, exploitation, and intelligence gathering. Effort will expand the use of Amazon managed services through assessment of emerging offerings with the goal of improving resiliency, reducing cost, and reducing exposure to cyber threats.
16 corporations, including majors like Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI, and General Dynamics, and rising stars like Calhoun International, Mission Essential Personnel, and SOS International compete for portions of $17,100,000,000 to provide “worldwide coverage, support and assistance” to DIA by delivering military intelligence “to warfighters, defense planners and defense and national security policy makers, all vital to the security of the U.S.”
ACADEMIA – U.S. academia is part of the U.S. war industry. Faculty and staff often justify ethical compromises 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 Dayton Research Institute $9,800,000 for enhancement and improvement to the non-destructive evaluation capabilities for aerospace structures and components at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Promotes discovery and provides increased accuracy, precision, reliability and optimization of the material state awareness of aerospace materials.
The University of Southern California (USC) $9,338,631 for R&D of an artificial intelligence system that acquires machine common sense through observation from images, video, and text by absorbing knowledge from manually created sources and by human guidance. Research seeks capabilities that can enable artificial intelligence agents to support search and rescue efforts, autonomous vehicle navigation in unfamiliar terrain and machines that can adapt to unforeseen circumstances.
AT&T $8,132,606 for continued services and sustainment support of Navy Enterprise 911 Routing and Management Service throughout the continental U.S.; Commander Navy Region, Hawai‘i; and Commander Joint Region, Marianas.
BAE Systems $34,872,647 for up to 505,560 man-hours of technical, engineering, operations and maintenance support for communication-electronic equipment/systems and subsystems. Services are in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division's Special Communications Mission Solutions Division. Work outside the contiguous U.S. (90%); California, MD (10%).
JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (F-35) – Kenneth R. Possenriede was recently appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer at Lockheed Martin. His previous position was vice president of Finance & Program Management in the war corporation’s Aeronautics division, where he helped run the accounting that supported the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. His promotion must be seen in this context.
BAE Systems to procure Radio Frequency Countermeasures and the maintenance and repair of multi-function test stations for F-35 aircraft for USAF ($37,068,372); Navy & USMC ($13,556,992).
Lockheed Martin for kits and special tooling for and retrofit of delivered F-35 for Air Force ($16,510,522); USMC ($7,693,130); Navy ($275,849); non-DOD ($4,698,676). Lockheed Martin $12,031,145 for kits and retrofit of delivered F-35 for USAF ($6,927,023; 58%); USMC ($5,104,122; 42%).
Lockheed Martin $2,426,326,544 for F-35 initial spares (incl global spares packages, base spares packages, deployment spares packages, afloat spares packages, and associated consumables).
Elbit Fort Worth $7,228,544 for 15 Fast Characterization Tools, 15 Helmet Kit Fixtures, 15 Ready Room Testers, and 20 Night Vision Goggle Kits for the V-22 Color Helmet Mounted Display System. Also provides drawing packages and the upgrade of five Fast Characterization Tools.
Raytheon $29,919,648 for V-22 Software Support Activity (SSA) systems and software engineering, avionics integration and testing, software testing, avionics acquisition support, and SSA operations to include classified and unclassified laboratories, configuration and data management, and release of avionics software products and related systems for Navy ($17,456,960; 58%); Air Force ($10,847,531; 36%); DOD ($1,615,157; 6%).
L3 $10,411,380 for F-16 aircraft simulator training program services: aircraft concurrency requirements for M7.3 Operation Flight Plan to deliver medium and high-fidelity simulation capability to train pilots.
General Dynamics $20,780,430 for 66 M61A2 20 MM Gun Systems in support of F/A-18E/F aircraft production for U.S. Navy ($10,703,798; 52%); Kuwait ($10,076,632; 48%).
Raytheon $29,790,677 for Lot 14 full-rate production of 82 F/A-18 Control, Dispenser, Decoy, Countermeasures Integrated Multi-platform Launch Controllers.
HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME
Boeing $23,664,866 for engineering, logistics, and program management of F/A-18A-D, E/F, and EA-18G aircraft in support of reducing fleet out of reporting rates and maintenance planning.
Physical Optics Corp. to support F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aircraft for U.S. Navy ($22,334,109): data transfer unit production support, data transfer units, ground data transfer units, maintenance access cables, mission data transfer devices, and maintenance data transfer devices.
Boeing max. $27,000,000 for E-6B repair for U.S. Navy.
Boeing $8,905,835 to continue software development efforts for 2019 in support of the Next Generation Jammer. Raytheon $74,091,217 for pre-operational support for the Next Generation Jammer-Mid Band pod through completion of the engineering, manufacturing, and development (EMD) phase as well as development, test and evaluation (DT&E) activities.
Teradyne Inc. $14,456,731 to procure Enhanced Tactical Pod Tester (e-TPT), a portable operational level test platform system, specifically for the AN/ALQ-99 airborne electronic warfare jamming system, found on EA-6B and EA-18G military aircraft.
Northrop Grumman $68,883,048 for non-recurring engineering and obsolescence management to support delivery of 24 E-2D full-rate production Lot 7 – 11 aircraft.
Rockwell Collins $31,133,702 for one E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training System III Weapons Systems Trainer and one Aircrew Procedures Trainer, including technical data.
Joint STARS (E-8)
Rockwell Collins $40,219,702 for E-8 Aircrew Training Device sustainment.
POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE
Boeing $32,078,298 for damage tolerance analysis on P-8A aircraft. Also will provide non-destructive inspections for structural components on the P-8A aircraft.
Boeing $10,926,195 for Tactical Open Mission Software Airborne Weapons Simulator (AWS) software capability for the P-8A to serve as a training tool for the combat aircrews. Tasking consists of design, development, test, and integration, configuration management, and all logistics support elements of the AWS software update.
Boeing $999,000,000 for A-10 wing replacements.
Honeywell $23,522,971 to repair and upgrade C-5M Super Galaxy's Versatile Integrated Avionics / Avionics Integrated Units (VIA/AIU) repair and upgrade to the 905 configuration.
Lockheed Martin $16,465,887 for consumable parts and material, technical publications and engineering services in support of C/KC-130J aircraft.
Rolls-Royce $47,959,610 for C-130J propulsion long-term sustainment at Robins AFB, GA, and other various locations.
Boeing $55,500,000 for system level hardware and software critical design review of the boom telescope actuator redesign on KC-46. Korte Construction Co. $63,921,812 to design and build a KC-46A Depot Maintenance Hangar at Tinker AFB, OK.
MILITARY RESEARCH LABS
General Dynamics $30,837,185 for bioeffects research of directed energy effects to assist in transitioning DOD technologies. Work at JB San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston.
IntraMicron Inc. $9,377,828 for provision of engineering and technical services for the Energy and Conversion R&D Branch.
Radiance Technologies $99,997,251 for distributed, automated and intelligent hardware and software security. For an adaptable set of models and tools, which can be used to provide detailed, comprehensive, and automated cyber vulnerability assessment capabilities, which can also be tailored towards multiple application spaces and missions. Models and tools will provide system configurations and countermeasure placement to perform vulnerability assessments on complex, distributed systems, which include Internet of Things components in an automated fashion.
The Stratagem Group Inc. $32,600,866 for Radio Frequency Identification, Detection, and Geolocation of Emitting Systems software/hardware for AFRL. Provides improved collection and processing capabilities across multiple ISR sensing sources in the detection and characterization of priority radar waveforms.
Tekla Research Inc. $8,972,221 for R&D in electro-optical and infrared for advanced ISR and electronic warfare prototypes for Naval Research Laboratory.
UES Inc. $90,300,000 for molecular assessment sensing technologies. Provides technology development research, as well as development and demonstration of discovery of molecular signatures of Airman performance and the operational environment and sensing of these signatures in Air Force relevant scenarios at Wright-Patterson AFB.
REDSTONE ARSENAL – Every major war corporation has a presence at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.
Raytheon $14,052,864 for engineering services labor, travel, and material.
SAIC $16,498,835 for systems engineering support in Huntsville, AL.
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND
Jacobs $97,762,528 for test support services.
Boeing $154,890,000 for new AH-64E “Apache” helicopters. Boeing $33,581,477 for non-recurring engineering design activities integrating the Improved Turbine Engine into the AH-64E. Meggitt Defense Systems max. $22,189,186 for magazine assemblies for the AH-64.
Boeing $14,746,801 for remanufacture of Longbow Crew trainers and spares.
Triumph Engine Control Systems $7,473,340 to overhaul a minimum of the fuel control main for the CH-47 “Chinook” helicopter.
Trident Technologies $7,450,142 for FMS (unnamed): provide Non-Standard Rotary Wing Aircraft Project Office programmatic support services.
GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
Honeywell $11,465,688 for repair, replacement, and program support for auxiliary power units used on F/A-18 A-G models, P-3, and C-2 aircrafts along with providing coverage for the main fuel controls and electronic control unit used on the F/A-18 and the P-3 engine driven compressor. Includes support for the Australian F/A-18 Super Hornet under the FMS program, and represents less than 1% of the estimated value.
Northrop Grumman $20,000,000 for engineering services on all of Northrop designed platforms managed by the 424th Supply Chain Management Squadron at Tinker AFB. Northrop Grumman $101,102,078 for contractor logistics support services.
SAIC max. $48,000,000 for supply chain management of industrial hardware used in aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul.
TFAB Defense Systems $8,918,791 for engineering services for develop the software, test hardware and related documentation for test program sets for use with the Air Force's Versatile Depot Automatic Test Station family of testers to isolate failures within line replaceable units and shop replaceable units.
INDUSTRIAL BASE – GENERAL
Advanced Technology International $99,000,000 for the Navy Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Center for Innovative Naval Shipbuilding and Advanced Manufacturing.
AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTATION, PODS & SENSORS
FLIR Surveillance $92,875,276 to repair and refurbishment and logistics support.
HEBCO Inc. $80,000,000 for A-10 technical order sustainment by providing technically accurate and up-to-date digital technical data.
RAFAEL $13,336,344 for test equipment, spare parts, fixturing, repairs, training, engineering services, and material support services to establish U.S. government I-Level and D-Level Toplite family of electro-optic sights. Work in Haifa, Apartheid Israel.
Raytheon $534,000,000 for Horizontal Technology Integration Second Generation Forward Looking Infrared (2GF) Commander’s Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV), azimuth drive assemblies, azimuth drive armor caps and rings, spares, and engineering.
Rockwell Collins $40,333,758 for software development, updates, and improvements to include development, engineering, and technical support.
M1 Support Services $24,666,741 for maintenance of T-38 aircraft.
PAE $19,156,738 for the Aerial Targets Program. at Tyndall AFB, FL, and Holloman AFB, NM.
AIRCRAFT PERSONNEL DEVICES
11 corporations $950,000,000 for commercial aircrew items (e.g. uniforms & clothing, visual augmentation equipment, helmets, body armor, survival equipment, air crew support equipment, communication equipment, load bearing equipment, lethality support items, boots, gloves, eye protection, egress equipment, aerial insertion equipment).
Alloy Surfaces Co. $25,000,000 for MJU-52 A/B aircraft decoy flares for protection against Man Portable Air Defense Systems and air-to-air missiles. BAE Systems max. $83,934,598 for the AN/AAR-57A(V) Common Missile Warning System.
United Technologies max. $7,114,128 for aircraft engine combustion chamber ducts.
Communications & Power Industries $30,938,890 for production, repair, and engineering services of Aegis Cross Field Amplifiers (CFA). The CFAs are microwave tubes installed in the AN/SPY-1 radar system used on board the DDG51 and CG 52 ships. AN/SPY-1 radar is a search and tracking system used for “ballistic missile defense.”
Lockheed Martin $176,339,634 to repair different head-of-family part numbers in support of the AEGIS SPY-1 Weapon System.
Lockheed Martin $80,011,579 for AEGIS Modernization (AMOD) production requirements for Navy (78.1%); Japan (18.2%); Australia (3.7%)
L3 $33,082,096 for production, repair and engineering services of the Aegis Cross Field Amplifiers. Cross Field Amplifiers are microwave tubes installed in the AN/SPY-1 radar system used aboard DDG51 Class AEGIS destroyers and CG 52 Class AEGIS cruisers.
LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS)
Austal USA $23,099,311 to accomplish advance planning, material procurement and work in support of the post shakedown availability (PSA) of LCS USS Tulsa (LCS 16).
FLIR Surveillance $12,689,470 for supplies, repairs and upgrades for Littoral Combat Ship configuration of Sea Star SAFIRE III Electro-Optics Sensor Systems.
Lockheed Martin $18,849,765 to provide engineering and management services for LCS-15 post shakedown availability. Lockheed Martin will support 62,462 man-hours level of effort and provide work specification, pre-fabrication, and material.
Northrop Grumman $9,462,556 for production of Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Surface-to-Surface Missile Module.
Raytheon $8,611,774 to provide additional engineering services. Includes 35,000 hours and other direct costs associated with system and shipboard integration, required system changes and support of government led testing and training. Under this Raytheon will provide the required services and deliverables to achieve weight reduction of the Escort Mission Module (EMM) towed systems and associated dry-end components in support of Littoral Combat Ship Anti-Submarine Warfare Mission Package. Raytheon is responsible for fabrication, test, and delivery of EMM components.
Raytheon $11,738,000 for systems that will deploy, tow and retrieve the AN/AQS-20 sonar for mine hunting. AN/AQS-20 is a mine-hunting sonar for the LCS.
SOLPAC $12,111,121 to build an LCS Mission Module Readiness Center at Naval Base San Diego.
General Dynamics $15,200,000 for planning, material procurement, and repair work for USS Washington (SSN 787).
General Dynamics $64,838,526 for the System Fire Control Subsystem hardware, associated deliverables, and spares for production efforts supporting the second hull of U.K. Dreadnought Class ballistic missile submarines, nuclear, recently named as HMS Valiant, and the U.K. Software Facility.
Lockheed Martin $27,303,596 for engineering services and other direct costs in support of the Integrated Submarine Imaging System (ISIS).
Oceaneering International Inc. max. $34,316,273 for Virginia class submarine sail racetracks, payload tube loading platforms, and all-up-round canister special support equipment ladder kits with shipping crates.
Phoenix International Holdings $37,775,336 for personnel and services for mobilization, operation, storage, logistic support, repair, and maintenance of the submarine rescue systems. Ensures the Navy's submarine rescue systems are ready for rapid worldwide deployment, 24/7.
Progeny Systems Corp. $115,736,303 for an upgrade to the Mk 48 mod 7 Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System (CBASS) heavyweight torpedo program.
SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE
Al Larson Boat Shop Inc., Epsilon Systems Solutions, Integrated Marine Services Inc., Marine Group Boat Works Inc., Miller Marine Inc., Nielsen Beaumont Marine $15,000,000 to provide marine boatyard services and industrial support for boats and vessels greater than or equal to 15 meters or 50 feet in length in San Diego, CA.
Detyens Shipyards $21,316,067 for a 75-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and dry-docking of USNS Sacagawea (T-AKE 2).
Stantec Consulting Services $17,695,256 to design a multi-mission dry dock at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
BAE Systems $8,411,293 for MK38 Gun Weapon System Repair Program support.
Lockheed Martin $55,960,700 for combat system engineering support on Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS).
Northrop Grumman $15,750,807 for Ring Laser Gyro Navigation (RLGN) system, provisioned items, and associated technical program support of Navy's WSN-7 navigation system. AN/WSN-7(V) RLGN is a self-contained inertial navigator for Navy surface ships.
Raytheon $199,591,538 for MK 15 Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) upgrades and conversions, system overhauls, and associated hardware for USA (85%); Saudi Arabia (8%); the U.K. (7%).
Raytheon $246,495,123 for repair, upgrade, or replacement, required availability, required reliability, configuration management, inventory management, and obsolescence management in support of Close-In Weapon System, Land-based Phalanx Weapon System, RAM and SeaRAM.
Raytheon $190,523,870 for materials and spares in support of Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) Block 2 LRIP requirements. Procures remaining materials in support of the ESSM LRIP Lots One through Three all-up rounds and spares requirements.
Treadwell Corp. $7,330,400 to repair 98 items for Navy Electrolytic Oxygen Generator System.
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)
Caterpillar $54,000,000 for the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) supporting the Navy's expeditionary force fleet of Caterpillar Heavy Construction Civil Engineering Support Equipment (CESE) at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, CA.
General Dynamics $1,077,009,532 for detail design and construction of Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB) 6 and ESB 7, as well as definitization of ESB 6 long lead time material, pre-production and engineering support.
General Electric $42,846,000 for combustion chambers for U.S. Navy.
NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)
King Nutronics Corp. an $11,865,150 for precision pressure standard systems to support NAVAIR Metrology and Calibration Program. Program supports Navy depot level and intermediate calibration laboratories. The precision pressure standards systems provide Metrology & Calibration Program with inter-service calibration workload. Precision pressure standards systems are used at intermediate level calibration labs afloat and ashore, as well as the depot level calibration labs to verify accuracy and precision of test instruments such as dial pressure gauges and digital pressure measurement devices.
ShadowObjects LLC $34,060,886 for support services to include acquisition management, acquisition planning, acquisition execution and administration, program management, systems engineering, process automation and financial management in support of NAVAIR Logistics & Industrial Operations group; Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers, Corporate Business Office and other DOD commands and activities.
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)
American Electronic Warfare Associates $40,103,262 for technical support services for Aircraft Prototype Systems Division of NAWCAD Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department. Services include program execution from initial conceptual studies, execution planning, management, engineering, documentation, fabrication, installation / and test & evaluation support for aircraft R&D, prototyping, experimentation, and test & eval programs.
J.F. Taylor Inc. $108,987,777 to provide engineering and technical services in support of the Integrated Battlespace Simulation & Test Department, NAWCAD 5.4.3 Simulation Division laboratories. Activities include R&D of requirements for aviation systems, supporting system development, developmental & operational flight test support, and life-cycle operational support to include system enhancement, procedure refinement and accident investigations.
ZITEC Inc. $25,110,110 for up to 672 alternate mission equipment mobility ready storage systems; two first article units, and 670 production systems for the Navy and Marine Corps.
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION (NAWCWD)
Bahfed Corp., Laguna Components Inc., Centeva LLC, Unistar-Sparco Computers $11,500,000 for various types of commercially available digital IT and services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division China Lake's Energetics Department.
SPACE & NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND (SSC) (since renamed NAVWAR)
Leidos $8,208,133 for Micro-processor En-route Automated Radar Tracking System (MEARTS).
CYBER, SIGINT & CRYPTOGRAPHY
Booz Allen Hamilton $8,004,263 for Cyber Command readiness inspection at 15 air force bases.
RTL Networks Inc. $14,399,532 to provide services re: cooperative cyber risk assessments and cyber table tops of fighter/attack (fixed and rotary wing) and surveillance aircraft or similar aircraft, tactical drones, GPS guided weapons, training simulators, Portable Electronic Maintenance Aids equipment, software & development environments, and associated communications & networks.
Sabre Systems Inc. $42,999,468 for the R&D of cyber resilient and full spectrum cyber warfare capabilities in support of the Integrated Battlespace Simulation and Test Department, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Infrastructure Division, Patuxent River, MD.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & THE CLOUD
DLT Solutions $15,928,239 for multiple Red Hat software items.
HGSNet LLC $21,932,725 for development, deployment and sustainment (DD&S) services, including requirements analysis, software engineering, systems integration and interoperability, data engineering and management, test, deployment, and development, security and operations (DevSecOps), cloud, infrastructure engineering and transitioning systems to operations in support of National Background Investigations System. Work in Vienna, VA.
Kapili Services for system engineering and technical assistance (SETA) support services.
Lockheed Martin estimated $44,308,222 for work on Radiant Mercury (RADMERC) operations to securely transfer data across different security domains. Provides for installation, program management, maintenance, modernization and sustainment of RADMERC systems. Also provide system security authorization support, and logistics & training services.
Northrup Grumman $19,077,364 for Product Data Management and Migration Support Services: operate and maintain Robins AFB product data hardware & software; to aid government in managing and executing technical data generation, acceptance & sustainment activities, processes, and products within the product data environment; and to support data improvement, cleansing & migration efforts necessary to prepare data for transition into modernized and/or Air Force enterprise‐level systems, such as the Enhanced Technical Information Management System, the Technical Order Authoring & Publishing initiative, solutions resulting from the USAF Product Lifecycle Management Initiative and other system solutions which may result from system and data center consolidation activities.
Oracle $137,837,975 for Integrated Processor Capacity Services - SPARC Compatible (IPCS-SC) at current Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) data centers or future DISA or DISA-approved locations where DISA assumes an operational responsibility for support of mission partner service requirements.
Pohaku Pacific $21,830,133 max. for program management, enterprise sustainment and license maintenance of the Joint Legacy Viewer (JLV) software.
ECS Federal $78,725,114 for machine learning and computer vision engineering.
IBM $59,999,958 for NorthPole Software/Hardware: design, verification, fabrication, testing of a prototype artificial intelligence / machine learning IBM NorthPole neural inference processor that will be mounted on a test board.
Next Century Corp. $7,607,221 for Multimodal Open Interfaces for Reasoning by Artificial Intelligence software prototype system. Provides for an integrated platform that hosts algorithms developed by Technical Area 1 (TA1) and TA2 Knowledge-directed AI Reasoning Over Schemas performers.
Data Link Solutions max. $75,000,000 for the Block Upgrade II retrofit of Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) low volume terminals.
B&H International LLC $10,000,000 for computer subassemblies in support of the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 system. General Dynamics $12,973,184 for Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 system.
Harris Corp. $18,739,106 for procurement and repair of various radios and associated communications equipment for Tactical Air Control Party – Modernization (TACP-M) program. Harris Corp. radios provide tactical communications in a portable kit designed to be packed into a bag or case easily carried or worn.
L3 Technologies $7,868,630 for Dual Output Battery Eliminator retrofits and Ku Band Directional Antennas On the Move upgrades.
Northrop Grumman $50,871,700 for production, integration, fielding, and training of the Huntsman secure network radio.
Raytheon max. $7,756,450 for multiple radio equipment components for the Navy.
Rockwell Collins $44,454,546 for UHF/VHF standard rack mounted receiver / transmitter radios and accessories to replace out-of-date, non-upgradable radios currently deployed at tactical training ranges worldwide in support of the Systems Replacement and Modernization Program.
Rockwell Collins $15,400,000 for services and supplies in support of modernization, expansion and depot-level contractor logistics support. Provides support for Scope Command's High Frequency Global Communications System.
United Launch Services $156,752,771 for Delta IV Heavy Launch services. Provides for launch vehicle production services for National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Launch Mission Three, the last of three planned NRO launch missions under this contract.
SATELLITES & SPACE SUPPORT
BAE Systems $369,000,000 (later corrected to $90,500,000) for components and subsystems for instrumentation tracking systems worldwide, to include radars, telemetry and optical instrumentation tracking systems.
Ensco Inc. $14,300,000 for off base contractor accommodations for RN Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I) support. The government is not able to provide office space to the contractor for performance on Peterson AFB, CO, and needs Ensco to secure off base accommodations to continue performance on the SE&I contract.
Northrop Grumman $22,500,000 for changes to the payload driven by selection of a host space vehicle. Provides delivery of two Enhanced Polar System Recapitalization (EPS-R) payloads.
Sonalysts Inc. $14,516,477 for Standard Space Trainer Mission-Specific Vendor Plug-in (MSVPs) for the Upward Early Warning Radar.
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.
Lockheed Martin $326,998,037 to design, develop, integrate, test, and certify the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) 6.0 capability. 6.0 provides an increased BMD capability by incorporating the Air & Missile Defense Radar, designated SPY-6, for introduction on the first DDG Flight III.
Lockheed Martin $15,555,158 for Space-Based Infrared System contractor logistics support for projects at Peterson AFB, Buckley AFB, Greeley Air National Guard Station, and Boulder, CO.
Raytheon $13,248,183 for engineering & technical services in support of Standard Missile-2/6 for U.S. (96%); Australia, Taiwan, Germany, Denmark, S. Korea, Japan (4%).
BALLISTIC MISSILES / NUCLEAR WEAPONRY
Boeing $122,910,723 for ICBM cryptography upgrade increment II production.
General Dynamics $64,838,526 for the Strategic Weapon System Fire Control Subsystem hardware, associated deliverables, and spares for production efforts supporting U.K. Dreadnought Class ballistic missile submarines, nuclear, recently named as HMS Valiant, and the U.K. Software Facility.
Peraton $11,374,305 for continuation of support services including critical system assessment and vulnerability services and reentry systems development support for the Trident II (D5).
MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES
American Ordnance $43,351,782 for M795 155mm projectile load assemble and pack.
BAE Systems $202,437,733 for production and delivery of explosives and components at Holston Army Ammunition Plant, TN.
Lockheed Martin max. $405,770,000 for design, development, build and integration of large diameter rocket motors, associated missile body flight articles, and support equipment for Army Intermediate Range Conventional Prompt Strike Weapon System flight test demonstrations.
Raytheon Lockheed Martin Javelin JV $11,100,544 for engineering services for the Spiral 3 Test and Evaluation Plan, Spiral 3 System Hardware Qualification, and Worldwide Ammunition Reporting System requirements to support the Javelin Missile System.
Raytheon $17,486,136 for 72 LAU-115 D/A missile launchers; 16 LAU-116 B/A missile launchers left hand; and 32 LAU-116 B/A missile launchers right hand.
Raytheon $7,229,582 to support of the Maritime Strike Tomahawk (MST) Rapid Deployment Capability. Provides for an updated technical data package of guidance test set, upgrade of existing units to support the MST upgrades, including hardware, software. Raytheon $349,014,465 for Phase 2 of the Maritime Strike Tomahawk Rapid Deployment Capability for completion of the Phase 1 design and integration efforts as well as test and evaluation. Raytheon $47,917,924 for 469 Laser Maverick units.
Reyes Construction $20,368,000 to design-build missile magazines at Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach. Provides for new magazines that are needed to provide adequate storage for vertical launch missile systems, missile variants, and for assembled missile storage.
G-W Management Services $12,742,282 to build an Ammunition Supply Point Upgrade, located at the Marine Corps Base Quantico.
IF Armor International $10,856,307 for explosion proof articulating boom lifts.
Tower Industries - Allied Mechanical WI $18,473,434 for the Bomb Dummy Unit cast ductile iron practice bomb.
Southwest Range Services (a joint venture featuring PAE) $377,006,101 for engineering and technical expertise for operation, maintenance, research, development and other support of testing facilities, instrumentation, systems, and equipment for test operations in White Sands Missile Range, NM.
Advanced Technology International and PAE ($8,777,905 and $8,328,452, respectively) for support services for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head EOD Technology Division Demonstration and Assessment Team. Supports coordination of operational forces, to include warfighter workshops and other engagement activities, preparation and facilitation of technology demonstration and assessment planning and readiness meetings, and analysis and reporting of warfighting / warfighter inputs and concepts.
KBRwyle $45,452,730 for maintenance, supply, transportation and other logistics functions for Army Prepositioned Stock-3 in Goose Creek, SC.
Northrop Grumman $14,092,012 for software release and emplacement displacement simultaneous motion component supporting ongoing Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar Gallium Nitride efforts in support of Program Executive Officer Land Systems, Quantico, VA.
Raytheon $9,306,511 for field service representatives to deploy, operate, and sustain Sentinel Radars. Raytheon $23,995,308 for acquisition of a production for signal data processor kits for Sentinel A3 radars.
BAE Systems $13,688,402 for active protection system integration and urgent material release for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
Birdon America Inc. $196,941,052 for bridge erection boats, crew protection kits, stock lists, tools, test equipment, service representative and support, training and storage.
C.E. Niehoff & Co. max. $11,806,163 for engine air conditioner generators.
General Dynamics $19,027,802 for Abrams systems technical support.
General Dynamics $14,678,125 for facilities modifications at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima, OH.
Honeywell $110,870,867 for Total Integrated Engine Revitalization (TIGER) hardware to meet the Anniston Army Depot production of the Advanced Gas Turbine 1500 engine for the Abrams tanks and TIGER field repair site requirements.
Navistar Defense $7,766,045 for 4x4 cargo trucks, 6x6 general transport truck, 6x6 30 ton recovery wrecker and medium tactical vehicles general transport truck spares.
Oshkosh Defense $77,609,835 for Joint Light Tactical Vehicle and installed kits. Oshkosh Defense max. $27,537,300 for pneumatic tire wheel assemblies. Oshkosh Defense $11,812,335 for Authorized Stockage List.
SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)
Manufacturing Support Industries $9,500,000 for M240 lightweight adjustable bipod.
GEAR & EQUIPMENT
Berg Manufacturing $44,000,000 for a self-service laundry system.
Leading Technology Composites Inc. max. $26,382,656 for enhanced side ballistic inserts.
San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind $13,303,000 for Integrated Head Protection System, retention system units for helmets.
Bremen-Bowdon Investments max. $7,966,345 for men's blue trousers for the U.S. Air Force.
Campbellsville Apparel Co. max. $7,562,400 for fuel handler's undershirts and moisture wicking t-shirts.
Hyman Brickle & Son, d.b.a. Northwest Woolen Mills max. of $8,198,835 for trousers.
SourceAmerica $9,998,043 for manufacture & development of the Army Green Service Uniform.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Airborne Tactical Advantage $13,495,999 for contractor-owned and operated Type IV supersonic aircraft for threat simulation in Newport News, VA (44%); Point Mugu, CA (37%); various locations outside the mainland U.S. (19%).
Flatter Inc. $39,559,613 for the Air Force Senior Leadership Development Program (AFSLDP). Provides technical, functional, and managerial expertise to further support the continual development, enhancement, sustainment and facilitation of the AFSLDP by providing analysis, subject matter expertise, guidance and support to the Force Development and Senior Leadership trainings as well as systems.
Intercontinental Construction Contracting $14,893,318 for excavation and installation of in-ground pre-placed crypts, construction of a maintenance building with restroom and storage in West Point, NY.
HII Mission Driven Innovative Solutions $15,604,482 to provide Headquarters Marine Corps, Plans, Policies and Operations; and Marine Corps Installations Command with technical and engineering support for the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive Consequence Management Program.
DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY (DTRA)
Applied Research Associates Inc. max. $240,000,000 for 24/7/365 technical reachback operational and decision support analysis, as well as R&D, to develop and advance DTRA weapons of mass destruction operational support capabilities.
UTILITIES – Privatizing utilities is never a good idea. It prioritizes profit over the health and wellbeing of the people. Additionally, water is a human right; corporate greed should be nowhere near it.
Dominion Privatization SC $24,946,260 for the ownership, operation and maintenance of the electric utility systems at Fort Jackson, SC.
CDM Federal Programs Corp. $49,000,000 to support the Navy's public works business line. Work includes but is not limited to evaluate, analyze, development of plans, standard operating and maintenance procedures, and recommend improvements for utility management; utility operation and maintenance; electric and steam production; electric and steam distribution; natural gas distribution; water and wastewater treatment; water distribution; wastewater collection; utility privatization and out-sourcing; cybersecurity and control systems; advanced metering; energy management; energy security; energy and water conservation; project financing; utility regulation; utility rate making and analysis; commodity and service pricing and procurement; supply and demand practices; market design; and fuel sourcing.
Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative $13,700,591 for electric operations and maintenance and renewal and replacement utility service charge for Air Force.
Booz Allen Hamilton $12,464,707 for integrated professional services across the Military Health System (MHS).
GiaCare and MedTrust JV $218,983,564 for registered nursing services.
A-dec Inc. max. $49,500,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog. Arthrex Inc. max. $375,000,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog. BMK Ventures Inc. max. $10,500,000 for hospital equipment and accessories for DLA electronic catalog.
AMYX Inc. $56,818,861 for contracting and program management support to DHA. AMYX Inc. $47,926,649 for program and acquisition support services include, but are not limited to, program management support and other related workload requirements associated with acquisition and business processes.
Diversified Technical Systems $38,441,877 for Warrior Injury Assessment Manikin anthropomorphic test devices.
The Whiting-Turner Co. $15,300,139 for design and installation of a fire protection system for the Power Propulsion Facility, Building 633, at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
Wolverine Fire Protection $11,104,895 for fire protection upgrades at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
FUEL & ENERGY – The U.S. Armed Forces consume more fossil fuels than any other organization in the world.
Tesoro ($348,692,953); BP ($315,599,804); Par Hawaii Refining ($271,274,321); Valero ($260,554,844); Equillon Enterprises ($228,126,037); BP ($157,502,370); U.S. Oil & Refining )$156,746,055); Petro Star )$110,836,555); Phillips 66 )$58,246,377); Epic Aviation )$38,905,276); Sinclair Oil Corp. )$38,197,366) for fuel in TX, ILWA AK, OR, UT, and the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S.
Direct Energy Business Marketing ($15,881,084); Constellation New Energy-Gas Division ($10,742,319); CenterPoint Energy Services ($10,738,786) for pipeline quality direct supply natural gas. Ameresco Inc. $7,140,290 to install a natural gas driven reciprocating engine combined heat and power system, associated pumps, controls, interconnect fees and civil mechanical electrical upgrades in Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
APTIM Federal Services $15,248,090 0004 to clean, inspect, repair, and inspect repairs to petroleum storage tanks in JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
MEB General Contractors $20,557,000 for a truck fueling system in Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
WHH Nisqually-Garco JV 2 $22,252,000 to build a hot refueling system at Gray Army Airfield at JB Lewis-McChord, WA.
TRANSPORTATION _ USTRANSCOM
Harley Marine Services $19,819,032 for transportation of DOD-owned fuel and marine diesel by tug and barge to the DLA.
Trident Technologies $13,616,300 to Extend Services for the Enterprise Architecture, Data, and Engineering (EADE) to continue support services for USTRANSCOM, Air Mobility Command/A6, and the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command.
TRANSPORTATION _ MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND
Crowley Logistics $328,000,000 for continued surface transportation coordination services for movement of freight within the U.S. and Canada under the DOD Freight Transportation Services program to the DLA and Defense Management Agency.
WAREHOUSING & DISTRIBUTION
Arizona Industries for the Blind $8,600,000 for warehousing, storage, logistics and distribution functions. I.E.-Pacific Inc. $13,231,000 to build a supply warehouse and administrative facility at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton.
AECOM $14,749,825 for investigation and remediation of releases, and groundwater protection & evaluation for Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility, JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
CAPE Environmental Management $7,771,456 to develop an amendment to the 2014 action memorandum based on engineering evaluation/cost analysis alternatives for IR Site 19 NTCRA, and implement the actions in the amendment: excavation, surface vacuuming and erosion control at MCAS Miramar, San Diego. Due to ongoing movement of contaminated sediment/soils and lead overshot from Site 19, the Navy seeks “an interim solution” that will stabilize and remove contaminated sediments and soils surrounding the range.
GEO Consultants Corp. $9,000,000 for environmental services.
Alliance Technical Services max. $9,760,579 for third party logistics hazmat support services.
HydroGeoLogic Inc. $95,000,000 for hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste remediation activities in St. Louis.
HydroGeoLogic Inc., CTL Environmental, PE Ayuda JV LLC, CAPE-Cabrera JV LLC, ESI-ATC JV LLC, PIKA-Insight JV, EnSafe Inc. compete for $95,000,000 for environmental restoration.
C&C Produce max. $48,000,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables. California Department of Rehabilitation $56,473,292 for food services, dining facilities management, food receiving and storage, food preparation for grab-n-go services, food serving, facility sanitation, and janitorial duties, logistics and management functions. Latina Boulevard Produce max. $49,353,705 for fresh fruits and vegetables. Missouri Department of Social Services $16,675,000 for full food service in Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Sysco max. $37,893,960 for full line food distribution. Sysco $49,019,871 for full line food distribution.
BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES (BOSS) - Base operations support services (BOSS) 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. This work was done by the troops, prior to the corporate takeover of the Pentagon.
Akima Intra‐Data $152,871,144 for industrial & test security; security services; command, control, and communication functions; fire and emergency services; environmental; safety; occupational and environmental health; base supply; cargo movement, and vehicle maintenance at Arnold Engineering Development Complex.
DynCorp $27,079,693 for BOSS at Naval and DIA Facilities in D.C., MD, and VA.
IAP World Services $10,950,782 for BOSS at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
Integrated Systems Development Corp. $7,034,345 for facility support services at JB Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C.
Noble Supply & Logistics max. $90,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations items in Southeast Region Zone 2 of the U.S. SupplyCore Inc. $77,500,000 for facilities maintenance, repair, and operations items in Southeast Region Zone 1 of the U.S.
PRIDE Industries $17,421,355 for BOSS at Fort Rucker, AL.
Tiya Services $36,622,610 for BOSS, Fort Benning, GA.
CONSULTING, OFFICE, BUSINESS, 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.
Digital Management LLC $19,141,206 for interactive Personnel Electronic Record Management System.
Kearney & Co. $13,031,667 for advisory and assistance services support for Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability missions. Will provide for future and concepts analysis, design blueprints, capability development strategic integration, capability development implementation analysis, assessment of opportunities for new capability, workflow management, strategic communication, special access program integration, simulation studies, war gaming support, decision analytics and strategy, planning, programming, budgeting and execution analysis.
Kearney & Co. $9,620,685 for advisory and assistance services to support Total Force analysis. Includes capability and capacity analysis of Air Force mission areas; linking results to the strategy, planning, and programming process; performing planning, programming, and budgeting study excursions; analytically supporting Total Force initiatives, strategy review, and assessment and planning support.
IBM $30,994,674 for services and solutions necessary to support and maintain the Army's General Fund Enterprise Business System.
QED Systems $9,616,948 for program management, engineering, logistics, business, administrative, operations and security services in Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
Stantec Consulting Services $9,000,000 for geotechnical services.
TekSynap Corp. $31,657,006 for general program management, technical, research, analytical, and administrative support.
WMR-532 LLC $49,900,000 for operations, maintenance and technical support.
Sehlke Consulting $9,999,500 for financial management support services.
CH2M—Burns & McDonnell JV max. $15,000,000 for design and engineering services for air operations and to support facility modernization throughout NAVFAC worldwide.
One Turkish firm, one German firm, two U.S. firms, and two Polish firms $249,950,000 for property repair, maintenance, and construction services throughout Poland.
Stanley Consultants Inc. max. $95,000,000 for design and engineering services for industrial facilities in NAVFAC Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA) and worldwide.
5 Italian firms, one U.S. firm, and one Spanish firm $49,950,000 for design-build and design-bid-build services.
9 firms, including AECOM and Jacobs, $94,500,000 for architect, engineering, master planning and design services via USACE, Wiesbaden, Germany.
Alltech Engineering Corp. $11,648,500 to rehabilitate spillway tainter gates at Raystown Dam.
Burns & McDonnell Engineering $9,800,000 for pre-design investigation and design services for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, San Carlos Irrigation Project, power transmission infrastructure improvements located in Coolidge, AZ.
Dumey Contracting $14,714,782 for construction and degrading an existing levee and levee with berms and ditches in Hornersville, MO.
Heeter Geotechnical Construction $23,908,476 for Lock excavation construction in Grand Rivers, KY.
Herve Cody Contractor $20,607,010 for reservoir and intake canal bank stabilization in Indiantown, FL.
Integrated Environmental Solutions $9,737,430 to stabilize the existing crib structure for the Chicago Lock's North Pier.
J.E. McAmis Inc. $140,700,210 for construction activities related to rehabilitating the South Jetty located at the mouth of the Columbia River, Hammond, OR.
Morrish-Wallace Construction $8,243,527 for repair and stone revetment along Lake Erie, Hamburg, NY.
Parsons $139,123,690 for runway repair at Bucholz Army Airfield, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands.
Summers Concrete Contracting $25,000,000 to repair airfield pavements at Moody AFB, Valdosta, GA; and Sebring, FL.
Meridian Engineering $16,950,000 for Homeland Security Border Patrol facilities and tactical infrastructure in Sales, AZ.
Southwest Valley Constructors $80,869,000 for design-build construction in support of DHS in McAllen, TX.
“GREEN”-ING THE MILITARY
Swift River Versar JV max. $18,000,000 for professional services that will support the study and implementation of mission sustainment and coastal readiness measures, including hardened structures and green infrastructure, which will ensure Navy and Marine Corps readiness of installations, ranges and operation areas.
San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) Co. $12,765,441 for energy conservation measures at Camp Pendleton, San Diego, CA.
MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Endless war requires endless construction and 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.
AECOM, Burns & McDonnel, Jacobs HDR Engineering compete for $49,000,000 architect-engineer services, preparation of studies, analysis and design.
Barnhart-Reese Construction $11,456,209 for construction of a satellite fire emergency response station in Area 27 of Camp Pendleton.
Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp., AECOM, Zapata Group Inc. will compete for $49,000,000 for architectural and engineering services.
Bryan Construction Inc. $69,146,753 to build a tactical equipment maintenance facility and ancillary buildings on Fort Carson, CO.
Design Partners Inc. max. $50,000,000 for architect-engineer services for various architectural projects under NAVFAC Hawai‘i.
Diversified Maintenance Systems max. $25,000,000 for electrical systems construction alterations, renovations and repair projects at Naval Base Ventura County. Diversified Maintenance Systems max. $90,000,000 for other specialty trade contractors construction alterations, renovations and repair projects at Naval Bases Coronado, Point Loma, and San Diego, and MCAS Miramar.
Kinder Brothers Excavating, SYTE Corp., Randy Kinder Excavating Inc., C&M Contractors compete for $50,000,000 for construction of relief wells, repairs to existing wells, and construction of earthen berms.
Kokosing Construction Co./O'Brien & Gere JV $10,268,652 for construction management that include extensive water treatment management services and dredging material disposal.
Harper Construction Co. $17,737,397 for construction of a directed energy integration laboratory at Naval Base, Ventura County.
HDR Engineering $20,000,000 for architect, engineering and design services.
Heffler Contracting Group max. $49,000,000 for commercial and institutional building construction alterations, renovations, and repair projects at Camp Pendleton.
Insight Pacific $8,577,620 for repair and maintenance of pumps at JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawai‘i.
JE Dunn $295,974,160 to replace the hospital at Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
The Korte Co. $10,470,093 for renovation of Hangar 1338 at Naval Station Mayport, FL.
Lord & Son Construction $32,128,489 to build a Long-Range Stand-Off Acquisition Facility on Eglin AFB, FL.
Massman Construction $8,414,000 for lock and dam gate anchorage in Clarksville, MO.
Messer Construction $28,968,000 to build a maintenance hangar, maintenance hangar area, general purpose shop area, corrosion control area and avionics shop area.
MN&DPI JV $15,000,000 for various structural and waterfront projects and other projects in NAVFAC Pacific.
Reyes Construction Inc. $21,899,000 for retrofiting the graving dock at Naval Base, San Diego.
The Ross Group Construction Corp. $46,949,880 to build a new visiting quarters facility at Little Rock AFB, AR.
Semper Tek Inc. $49,000,000 for construction services.
Signature Renovations LLC $100,000,000 for design-build/bid-build construction services at the Pentagon and the surrounding Pentagon Reservation.
S.J. Amoroso Construction $143,594,000 for Department of Veteran's Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System construction, French Camp, CA.
Unified Business Technologies $7,379,877 for engineering and program management for capital improvement with various design and construction periods at MCAS Cherry Point, NC; and Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC.
Verdis-Takisaki JV, National Native American Construction, Imperial Construction NW, SeAK Construction Solutions $23,000,000 for design-build construction efforts at Fairchild AFB, WA. Verdis-Takisaki JV, National Native American, Imperial Construction, and Global-Northcon JV shared $23,000,000 for design-build construction efforts at Fairchild AFB.
Yaeger Architecture $10,000,000 for architect and engineering services.
ZGF-Leo A. Daly JV $130,000,000 for engineering, architectural, renovation, construction of new specialty care building, construction of a new parking garage, upgrades to utility and energy plant, demolition of buildings, development and evaluation of alternatives, design, and support during construction.
6 firms $45,000,000 for construction within the Naval Support Activity Mid-South.
4 firms will compete for $45,000,000 mechanical infrastructure repair services.
6 firms compete for max. $240,000,000 for construction, renovation, and repair of roofing systems at installations in CA, AZ, NV, UT, CO, and NM.
7 firms shared $195,000,000 for construction projects located within NAVFAC Southeast, specifically north FL/south GA.
GUARD & RESERVE CONSTRUCTION
Nisou LGC JV $8,945,520 to build the aerial port facility at Grissom Air Reserve Base, IN.
P&S Construction Inc. $9,457,700 to build a small arms range at Westover Air Reserve Base, MA.
Cerebral, Ironhide Construction Inc., Kingery Construction Co., L&J Building Co., K&S LLC, Nemaha Landscape Construction, Pro-Mark Services Inc., RGC Constructors Inc., Venus Unlimited compete for $15,000,000 for National Guard construction projects.
Cottrell Contracting Corp. $10,437,490 for Norfolk Harbor Channel maintenance dredging. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. $26,470,000 for Baltimore Harbor maintenance dredging. Inland Dredging Co. $24,000,000 to rent 20-24 inch Cutterhead Pipeline Dredge and Attendant Plant for dredging in AL, MS and FL.
Manson Construction $13,655,300 for Houston Ship Channel hopper dredging in Galveston, TX. RLB Contracting $13,584,500 for maintenance dredging in Port Arthur, TX. T.W. LaQuay Marine $10,736,570 pipeline dredging in Port Isabel, TX.
Manson Construction $24,000,000 for rental of a cutterhead pipeline dredge for dredging in Mobile Harbor, AL.
Norfolk Dredging Co. $133,162,809 for Savannah (GA) inner harbor dredging. Norfolk Dredging Co. $124,460,600 Charleston (SC) harbor dredging.
Weeks Marine Inc. $8,385,050 for furnishing one fully crewed and equipped hydraulic pipeline cutterhead dredge in Lafourche, LA.