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Hundreds of corporations, big and small, comprise the U.S. war industry. Endless war is the most profitable racket on Earth. What follows are the DOD contracts issued during July 2021.

 

FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)The US war industry sells to capitalist regimes around the world through direct commercial sales and foreign military sales (FMS). FMS tend to deal with big-ticket items or goods and services of a sensitive nature. Through FMS, the US government procures and transfers industry goods and services to the allied government. In fiscal year 2020, the war industry sold $50.8 billion through FMS, and $124.3 billion through direct commercial sales.

 

General Atomics $79,420,164 for FMS (France): MQ-9 Block 5 aircraft procurement program. Northrop Grumman $19,721,397 for FMS (France): non-recurring engineering risk reduction efforts to support the delivery schedule of the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft FAA1-FAA3.

 

DRS Laurel Technologies for Consoles, Displays, and Peripherals Technical Insertion 16 hardware, to support the future surface ship combat systems. FMS Japan = $547,800. FMS South Korea = $131,776.

 

Raytheon $212,053,200 for FMS (Morocco): F100-PW-229 install engines.

 

Lockheed Martin $2,789,598 to procure mission computers (MC) and flight management computers (FMC) retrofit kits to upgrade the MH-60R/S aircraft for FMS (Saudi Arabia, Denmark, Australia).

 

Lockheed Martin for parachutes and drag chute systems for F-35 aircraft. FMS ($5,703,948).

 

Lockheed Martin to definitize the initial award, and procure an additional 70 MK41 Vertical Launching System modules and ancillary equipment for DDG 51-class destroyers and FFG 62-class frigates for Australia ($30,691,427) and Spain ($17,417,143).

 

Lockheed Martin for delivery of Technical Insertion-20 (TI-20) of AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare Combat System and AN/SQS-53C transmitter infrastructure shipset hardware for Australia ($4,504,123).

 

Lockheed Martin for new equipment training and unique costs for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System’s (HIMARS) M142 launchers. FMS (Taiwan) funds $6,035,388.

 

Hudson Technologies Co. $250,000,000 for the industrial gas and cylinder program for U.S. government and FMS (Afghanistan, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, France, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Netherlands, Pakistan, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, U.K.).

 

FMS MIDDLE EAST

 

Amentum $27,668,358 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): maintenance support for Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command.

 

Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $26,947,749 for FMS (Jordan): UH-60M green aircraft.

 

MDT Armor Corp. $9,982,848 for FMS (Israel): David Urban Light Armored Combat Vehicle. “Unlike other FMF recipients, Israel is allowed to use FMF funds to buy from local companies until 2028, under the latest US-Israel MOU on defence,” Al-Jazeera reports.

 

VSE Corp. $41,585,809 for an in-country technical assistance team (ICTAT) to the Egyptian Navy for follow-on technical support. ICTAT includes technical, logistics, training, and facilities and administration support to the Egyptian Navy for work on multiple ship platforms. Work in Alexandria, Egypt (50%); Alexandria, VA (50%).

 

UNINHABITED AIR VEHICLES & CRAFT

 

Boeing Insitu $16,432,736 for unmanned aircraft systems intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) data collection support for DOD, other government agencies, and domestic and overseas contingency operations.

 

General Atomics $33,712,972 for logistic support, maintenance services, supply chain and spares management, and sustainment support for MQ-9 Reaper aircraft and the aircraft’s dual control mobile ground control station. Work in Yuma, AZ (45%); Manama, Bahrain (45%); Poway, CA (10%).  General Atomics $14,791,291 for MQ-1C Gray Eagle full rate production and ground support equipment.

 

Northrop Grumman $13,000,000 for repair on RQ-4 Global Hawk and MQ-4C Triton. Work in San Diego, CA; Salt Lake City, UT; El Segundo, CA; Sterling, VA; Las Cruces, NM; Valencia, CA; Joplin, MO; Vandalia, OH; Medford, NY; Cypress CA; Wichita, KS; San Jose, CA; and Linthicum, MD.

 

Northrop Grumman $8,511,060 to convert the main operating base (MOB)-8 (MB-8) secondary system to a MOB primary system. Incorporates engineering change proposal (ECP) NG-4288 ultra-high frequency radio removal into MB-8; and incorporates the diminishing manufacturing sources change requests/ECPs into MB-8, and forward operating base (FOB) (FB)-5, and the tooling main operating base. Also procures and installs one MOB validation and verification kit, and one FOB validation/verification kit.

 

UNINHABITED SEA VEHICLES & CRAFT

 

L3Harris $60,480,000 for engineering and technical support for the Medium Unmanned Surface Vehicle program in Morgan City, LA (73%); Arlington, VA (10%); Jeanerette, LA (8 percent); New Orleans, LA (6%); Worthington, OH (2%); Lafayette, LA (1%).

 

CORONA

 

LightDeck Diagnostics $35,089,000 for LightDeck point-of-care COVID-19 testing production expansion initiative.

 

Pfizer $1,351,936,500 for the production of vaccine BNT162b2.

 

COUNTER-UAS

 

Threat Management Group LLC $7,621,740 for training aid supplies for Counter-Improvised Explosive Device and Counter-small Unmanned Aircraft systems.

 

AFRICOM

 

Parsons $953,000,000 for a layered base defense capability across sites within U.S. Air Forces in Europe – Air Forces Africa (USAFE-AFAFRICA), i.e. sites in Europe and Africa.

 

CENTCOM

 

Amentum $20,606,486 for worldwide aviation maintenance in USA (Fort Worth, TX) and Iraq. Amentum $10,708,728 for transportation logistics support services in Kuwait and Iraq.

 

Aptim Federal Services LLC, CDM (a JV), ECC Contingency Constructors LLC, Gilbane Federal, Jacobs, Perini Management Services $5,000,000,000 (max.) for 7 years global contingency construction projects worldwide (the six contractors compete for task orders). Provides the Navy, the DOD, or other federal agencies, when authorized, an immediate response for civilian construction contract capability. Services “in response to natural disaster response, humanitarian efforts, conflict, emergent mission-critical requirements, or projects with similar characteristics.”

 

EUCOM

 

4 German corporations (Arcadis Germany GmbH, Gibs geologen und ingenieure GmbH & Co. KG, LGA Institut fur Umweltgeologie und Altlasten GmbH, Wood E&IS GmbH) $30,000,000 for environmental general architect-engineer services, USACE, European District.

 

INDOPACOM

 

Ceres Environmental Services Inc. $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs for the islands of Maui and Hawai‘i. SLSCO Ltd. $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roof repairs for the islands of Kauai and Oahu.

 

Cape Environmental Management Inc. $19,696,327 for Phase IV implementation of remedial alternatives for decision units N-2, N-3, and SE-1 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI.

 

DZSP 21 LLC $80,551,613 for base operations support services (BOSS) in Joint Region Marianas, Guam.

 

Schuyler Line Navigation Co. (SLNC) $10,457,250 to support MSC Sealift Program for employment in worldwide trade for the transportation and/or prepositioning of cargo by the shallow draft tanker MT SLNC Pax. Work in the Western Pacific Ocean.

 

SOCOM

 

Altus Technology Solutions $10,816,036 for operations, maintenance, and support services at Melrose Air Force Range.

 

Cintel Inc., Cornerstone Research Group Inc., Globe Tech LLC, GS Engineering, Hendrick Motorsports Performance Group LLC, Integrity Defense Services Inc., Loc Performance Products Inc., Mainstream Engineering Corp., Military Systems Group Inc., MSI Defense Solutions LLC, NV Automotive Test Center, Pratt and Miller Engineering and Fabrication, RCR Manufacturing Solutions LLC, TM1 Motorsports Inc., Valor Fleet Inc. $74,000,000 for design, engineering, fabrication, and testing of prototype components & systems for the SOCOM family of special operations vehicles.

 

SOUTHCOM

 

Swan Contracting LLC $45,000,000 for emergency temporary roofing repairs for the U.S. Virgin Islands.

 

Serrano Proano Diseno y Construccion, Quito, Ecuador; Empresa de Construccion y Transporte Eterna S.A. DE, Cortes, Honduras; Bonatti Ingenieros y Arquitectos Sociedad Anonima, Guatemala City; SLSCO Ltd. of Galveston, TX; DFS Construction LLC of Annapolis, MD; Futron Inc. of Woodbridge, VA; Relyant Global LLC of Maryville, TN will compete for each order of the $49,000,000 for construction requirements in Central America.

 

CORPORATE CAPTURE OF U.S. INTELLIGENCE / ESPIONAGE

 

Global Connections to Employment (an AbilityOne non-profit contractor) $47,291,621 for Mirador sustainment support services to Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency (DCSA) Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC).

 

Leidos $151,434,777 for the High-Res 3D Geospatial Information Operations & Technology Integration II. Work in Poland, Afghanistan, Iraq, Niger, Philippines, Djibouti, and USA (Manassas, VA) for USACE Army Geospatial Center.

 

Pelatron Technologies LLC $38,000,000 for IT consolidated services: both unclassified (NIPR) and secret (SIPR) services, including support work for the service desk, system administration, information assurance and protection, client services, asset management, networking, messaging and directory services and server support at Hill AFB, UT.

 

Black River Systems Inc., North Point Defense Inc., Geon Technologies LLC $49,900,000 for technical documentation, technical reports, software, and hardware. Perform R&D, enhancement, and integration of technologies to develop digital signal processing capabilities that will scan through the Radio Frequency spectrum to detect high priority-emissions. Will also provide for research and the development/integration of technologies that will provide collection, detection, exploitation and geo-location capabilities of emerging signals of interest to various collection platforms.

 

Telos Corp. $19,397,304 task order for XACTA Information Assurance Manager (XIAM) support services: assessment & authorization of sensitive compartmented information (SCI) intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) networks and weapons platforms for authorization decision by the authorizing official for Air Force SCI and ISR Mission Systems. Most work is out of Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX.

 

ACADEMIA ­– US academia is part of the US 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.

 

The University of Alabama in Huntsville $47,966,770 for IT and related systems support for the Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center, Huntsville, AL.

 

The University of Central Florida Board of Trustees $9,838,074 for R&D efforts for the Embedded Training for Next Generation Combat Systems project.

 

Georgia Tech Research Institute $83,600,000 for technical risk reduction work efforts associated with the Defense Avionics System Sustainment Update (DSU) program.

 

Johns Hopkins University $530,000,000 for R&D services in support of the nuclear enterprise. First task order ($23,717,889) is R&D to support the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) weapon system.

 

TELECOM COMPLICITY

 

Comcast $75,782,800 to provide mission partner access, via ethernet connections, to the DOD Information Network and to enable the replacement of legacy, time division multiplexing-based circuits.

 

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 in any given season. The lead corporation, Lockheed Martin, does not intend to address 162 of the jet’s 883 known design flaws.

 

Lockheed Martin $23,018,589 for the integration of a FMS country into the F-35 program and provides country-specific program support for F-35 aircraft production, modifications, logistics, and sustainment efforts. Work in Fort Worth, TX (58%); Nagoya, Japan (26%); Orlando, FL (11%); Redondo Beach, CA (3%); Samlesbury, U.K. (2%).

 

Lockheed Martin $19,066,327 to procure 16 Operational Data Integrated Network Base kits, to include software installation and integration support for the F-35 program.

 

Lockheed Martin $38,969,779 to develop the generic net enabled weapons and improved electronic attack mechanization capabilities on F-35A/B/C aircraft for the U.S. Air Force and Australia, Canada, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, Norway and U.K.

 

Lockheed Martin $56,519,330 for parachutes and drag chute systems for F-35 aircraft. Share of non-DOD participants = $25,407,691. “Non-DOD international partners” and “non-US DOD participants” are international customers, though administratively distinct from FMS.

 

Lockheed Martin $37,007,569 to procure special tooling and test equipment for the F-35 production line in support of second source canopy tooling and other known capacity gaps for USA and non-DOD participants.

 

Raytheon (Collins Aerospace) $22,369,617 for High Fidelity Visual Display Systems required to support the F-35 Joint Simulation Environment at Nellis AFB, NV; Edwards AFB, CA; and Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

 

HORNET (F-18)

 

Boeing $34,009,789 for F/A-18 aircraft spare parts.  Lockheed Martin $48,777,624 for low-rate initial production systems, to include 11 processors and 12 infrared receivers in support of the F/A-18 infrared search and track system.

 

HORNET & GROWLER COMMON AIRFRAME

 

Boeing $11,995,313 for production engineering support in support of the integration and installation of weapon systems on the F/A-18 E/F and EA-18G aircraft for the U.S. Navy.

 

Boeing $40,744,320 for 48 F/A-18E/F and EA-18G trailing edge flap shipsets.

 

Boeing $8,875,584 for satellite communication retrofit kits: 36 for EA-18G aircraft, 25 for F/A-18E aircraft, and 25 for F/A-18F aircraft, to include rate tooling to increase monthly kit production capacity.

 

General Electric $55,364,514 to procure 219 generator converter units in support of the F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G aircraft for the Navy.

 

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING (HAWKEYE & SENTRY)

 

L3Harris $9,593,306 for Full Motion Flight Simulator, Increment III (for the Airborne Warning & Control System Diminishing Manufacturing Sources Replacement of Avionics for Global Operations and Navigation Program).

 

Northrop Grumman $12,970,550 for continued support for integrated test team operations in executing advanced development experimentation flights and development testing in support of future delta system software builds for E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft. 

 

STRATOFORTRESS (B-52)

 

PAS Technologies Inc. maximum $13,520,000 for TF33 engine turbine cases.

 

POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE

 

Boeing $24,999,480 for upgrade of the P-8A Poseidon maintenance training device suite, to include virtual maintenance trainers and related courseware & hardware “to ensure the fleet receives training in current aircraft production baseline capabilities that align with real-life flight scenarios” for the Navy and Australia. Some non-U.S. DOD participant funds $10,859,560. Corporate claims, such as the quoted portion, increasingly appear in DOD contracts.

 

AIRLIFT

 

Lockheed Martin $57,843,433 for C-130J long-term sustainment (program sustainment support, inventory control point management, consumable spares replenishment, repair, sustaining engineering support, technical data, and depot activation).

 

AERIAL REFUELING

 

Boeing $67,385,721.00 for Lot 6 spare parts and Lot 7 support equipment (likely regarding KC-46 aircraft).

 

MILITARY RESEARCH – A report from the Government Accountability Office indicated, “DOD does not know how contractors’ independent R&D projects fit into the department’s technology goals.”

 

BAE Systems $16,295,110 for R&D improvements to the density, performance and power consumption of future space-system memory for the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL).

 

Booz Allen Hamilton, CAE USA, JANUS Research Group LLC, Valiant Global Defense Services $240,000,000 for mission support services for the Futures and Concepts Center (FCC).

 

Lockheed Martin $13,567,781 for the System Security Integrated Through Hardware and Firmware (SSITH) Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) effort.  Demonstrate an ASIC using their Hardware Architecture Resilient by Design (HARD) techniques and emulation developed under DARPA’s SSITH Program. Work in Owego, NY; Cherry Hill, NJ; and Eagan, MN.

 

Radiance Technologies Inc. ceiling $48,000,000 for completing R&D for Redefining the Basic Analytical and Simulation Environment (REBASE). Involves research, development, and expansion of the advanced framework for simulation, integration, and modeling, which is a modular, object-oriented multi-domain operations modeling, simulation, and analysis framework.

 

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND

 

AeroClave LLC $15,035,617 to support R&D of the Joint Biological Agent Decontamination System.

 

HELICOPTERS – Pertinent news: The Pentagon spent $773 million on helicopter rides for U.S. and coalition personnel & equipment in Afghanistan during September 2017-September 2020, according to DOD’s Inspector General.

 

General Electric maximum $8,608,777 for T-64 engine support assembles.  General Electric $38,654,045 for maintenance and overhaul of rotor turbine aircraft.

 

Lockheed Martin $25,371,171 to procure mission computers (MC) and flight management computers (FMC) retrofit kits to upgrade MH-60R/S aircraft. 

 

Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $26,947,749 for UH-60M green aircraft.

 

Lockheed Martin $12,600,174 for Modernized Target Acquisition and Designation System (M-TADS) refurbishment support. Some FMS (Netherlands and U.K.).

 

Redtown Technical Services $8,954,672 for new equipment and equipment relocation in Corpus Christi, TX.

 

GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

 

Amentum $12,177,415 for contractor logistics support for government-owned fixed-wing fleets.

 

Amentum $301,369,831 for aircraft maintenance flight operations support: all Organizational level (O-level), Intermediate level (I-level), and maintenance support services for all training aircraft (T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texon II and T-38C Talon), and services at Vance AFB, OK.

 

AIRCRAFT PERSONNEL DEVICES

 

AVOX Systems Inc. maximum $7,699,836 for oxygen mask parts kits.

 

Stratus Systems Inc. $22,036,558 for engineering, technical, administrative and programmatic management support for total life cycle management of the various aircrew escape systems managed under the Joint Program Office for Cartridge Actuated Device/Propellant Actuated Device Tri-Service Charter.

 

AIRBORNE COUNTERMEASURES

 

Kilgore Flares Company $12,194,515 for infrared countermeasure flares.

 

Northrup Grumman $61,827,729 for MJU-62A/B and MJU-73/B countermeasure flares used on DOD fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft to protect against infrared missiles.

 

AEGIS

 

Lockheed Martin $108,752,976 for AEGIS combat system engineering agent (CSEA) efforts for the design, development, integration, test and delivery of Advanced Capability Build 20.

 

Raytheon $67,723,503 for AN/SPY-6(V) integration and production support efforts. Work in Marlborough, MA (54%); Pascagoula, MS (11%); Moorestown, NJ (10%); Newport News, VA (6%); Kauai, HI (5%); Wallops Island, VA (4%); Fair Lakes, VA (4%); Chesapeake, VA (2%); Bath, ME (2%); Portsmouth, RI (1%); San Diego, CA (1%).

 

Raytheon $35,660,407 for AEGIS modernization kits for DDG 51-class destroyers for US Navy (59%) and Japan $14,507,284 (41%).

 

LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP (LCS) – Some call the LCS a “floating garbage pile.”

 

Lockheed Martin $35,720,955 for configuration management changes on select Freedom-variant LCS. Work in Marinette, WI. Lockheed Martin $12,467,226 for configuration management changes on select Freedom-variant LCS.

 

Northrop Grumman $9,127,099 for basic outfitting assembly installation services and other direct costs to support LCS mission modules.

 

Wartsila Defense $76,276,583 to repair Independence Littoral Combat Ship (LCS 2) variant waterjet and shaft assemblies.

 

ARLEIGH BURKE-CLASS DESTROYERS (DDG)

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries $8,622,638 for post-delivery availability work items for DDG 123.

 

ZUMWALT-CLASS DESTROYERS (DDG-1000) – These ships are marketed as fulfilling “volume firepower and precision strike requirements.” These ships are packed with electronic goods from war corporations. Like other war industry products, Zumwalt-class destroyers are over budget and underperforming.

 

BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair $90,000,000 for yard work, maintenance and modernization efforts including, but not limited to, post-delivery, post-shakedown, combat system and continuous maintenance availabilities for DDG 1000 and DDG 1001.

 

NIMITZ-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIERS (CVN) – This class of aircraft carrier is plagued with problems.

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries Newport News Shipbuilding $17,537,667 to support maintenance and modernization on USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) with special incentives to include ship alterations and propulsion plant maintenance during fiscal 2021 planned incremental availability at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries $272,977,437 to provide CVN engineering maintenance assist team and surface engineering maintenance assist team in support of maintenance and planning for the overhaul & repair of equipment and systems associated with Navy aircraft carriers and West Coast Navy surface ships.

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries Newport News Shipbuilding $94,799,829 for planned incremental availability execution on CVN-78.

 

SUBMARINES

 

General Dynamics Electric Boat $21,292,622 for additional labor hours for planning and material procurements in support of the USS Hartford (SSN 768) engineered overhaul.

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries Newport News Shipbuilding $89,967,799 for planning yard, engineering, technical, trade, and program management support of industrial type work for submarine availabilities, facilities, and conversion.

 

SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE

 

Alabama Shipyard LLC $16,478,585 for a 76-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul/dry docking on the USNS William Mclean (T-AKE 12).

 

BAE Systems $8,060,500 to incorporate a request for contract change for a 215-day extension for the accomplishment of the growth work on the USS Vicksburg (CG 69) modernization period availability.

 

Conrad Shipyard LLC $8,746,716 for procurement and construction of a new floating dry dock.

 

General Dynamics $25,641,219 for additional special studies and cost reduction implementation studies in support of the T-AO 205-class fleet replenishment oilers.

 

General Dynamics (Metro Machine Corp., NASSCO Bremerton) $129,226,872 for aircraft carrier ship repair, Bremerton, WA.

 

Griswold Industries Co. d.b.a. CLA-Val maximum $41,268,334 for various ship parts.

 

Cianbro Corp. $17,976,172 for temporary dry dock pump and piping requirements to support P381 Multi-Mission Dry Dock #1 Extension at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME: purchase and installation of three 12,000-gallon-per-minute temporary dry dock dewatering pumps with complete piping and control system.

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries $13,338,114 to accomplish 12 months of the planned incremental availability period planning, Newport News, VA.

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries $21,912,553 for logistics and engineer support services on shipboard material handling equipment and shipboard mobile support equipment to include unscheduled maintenance repair, preventative maintenance, 12/18-month service, 18-month weight test and/or forklift certification, and trouble shooting in the logistics arena in support of NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk.

 

Seaward Marine Services LLC $24,090,612 for underwater hull cleaning services and associated work for MSC’s fleet.

 

SHIP INSTRUMENTATION

 

Lockheed Martin $75,736,166 for delivery of Technical Insertion-20 (TI-20) AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 Surface Ship Undersea Warfare Combat System and AN/SQS-53C transmitter infrastructure shipset hardware for the U.S. Navy.

 

Raytheon $171,629,206 for three Next Generation Jammer Mid-Band low rate initial production Lot One ship sets, associated spares, gold units for operational test program set development and associated technical data.

 

SHIP WEAPONRY

 

DRS Laurel Technologies $28,226,216 for Consoles, Displays, and Peripherals Technical Insertion 16 hardware, to support the Navy’s future surface ship combat systems.

 

Lockheed Martin $183,292,000 to definitize the initial award, and procure an additional 70 MK41 Vertical Launching System modules and ancillary equipment for DDG 51-class destroyers and FFG 62-class frigates for U.S. government.

 

SHIP OPERATION – THIRD PARTY

 

Alpha Marine Services LLC $9,949,535 to support MSC contract for the time charter of seven tractor-like tugs in support of Navy bases at Kings Bay, GA, and Mayport, FL.

 

Patriot Contract Services LLC $12,487,535 for ongoing operation and maintenance of eight government-owned, contractor operated USNS Watson-class, large medium-speed roll-on, roll-off ships. Vessels [USNS Watson (T-AKR 310); USNS Sisler (T-AKR 311); USNS Dahl (T-AKR 312); USNS Red Cloud (T-AKR 313); USNS Charlton (T-AKR 314); USNS Watkins (T-AKR 315); USNS Pomeroy (T-AKR 316); USNS Soderman (T-AKR 317)] will continue to support Navy’s worldwide prepositioning requirements.

 

Crowley Government Services $16,247,468 to continue the operation and maintenance of five ocean surveillance ships -- USNS Victorious (T-AGOS 19), USNS Able (T-AGOS 20), USNS Effective (T-AGOS 21), USNS Loyal (T-AGOS 22), and USNS Impeccable (T-AGOS 23): and two missile range instrumentation ships -- USNS Invincible (T-AGM 24) and USNS Howard O. Lorenzen (T-AGM 25). Work at sea worldwide.

 

NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)

 

RCT Systems Inc. $49,702,869 for R&D activities associated with advancement and improvement in current and future shipboard systems.

 

Lockheed Martin Aculight $12,291,610 for technical services, integration, test, validation, and demonstration events support for the airborne high energy laser system for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division.  MZA Associates Corp. $11,150,425 for technical and subject matter expert services for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, VA.

 

Serco Inc., CACI, Gryphon Technologies, Life Cycle Engineering Inc., McKean Defense Group LLC, Reliability & Performance Technologies LLC $218,593,779 (combined value of all six contracts) for engineering and technical services program management, and IT support services for Navy surface ship programs including DDG-51, DDG-1000, LCS, LPD, LX(R), LHA(R), Landing Crafts, Military Sealift Command, Coast Guard, International Program (Foreign Naval program initiatives) and test sites for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division. Work in Philadelphia, PA (34%); D.C. (28%); Norfolk, VA (12%); Mayport, FL (10%); San Diego, CA (10%); Bath, ME (6%).

 

Delphinus Engineering, Q.E.D. Systems, Epsilon System Solutions, Life Cycle Engineering, McKean Defense Group, R&D Solutions, Transtecs Corp. combined $249,735,666 for engineering and technical services on shipboard and shore-based systems, in the areas of cybersecurity engineering support, integrated logistics support, and quality assurance support. Work on Navy surface ships, carriers, submarines and service craft in the Norfolk, VA, area (45%); other East Coast areas (5%); the West Coast (45%); locations outside of the continental U.S. (5%).

 

Global, a 1st Flagship Co. $10,534,230 for services and material to support and maintain all vessels assigned to NAVSEA Inactive Ship Maintenance Office Bremerton, WA.

 

L3Harris $9,912,777 for production of copper sonar assemblies.

 

SEACORP $36,072,373 for the continued development, upgrade, and application of the next generation electronic warfare human machine interface software, which derives from and extends the contractor’s efforts performed under Phases I and II.

 

Surface Technologies Corp. maximum value $8,000,000 for exterior deck covering on U.S. naval ships and other government vessels homeported or visiting Naval Station Mayport, Jacksonville, FL.

 

The Navy awarded 600 multiple award contracts (MACs) to businesses in multiple locations across 29 of the 50 United States and D.C. for future competition of support service requirements to be solicited by Navy activities under rolling admissions of the SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort-NxG) multiple-award contract vehicle for engineering support services and program management support services in 23 functional areas. Approximately $5,000,000,000 in services will be procured per year via orders issued under the SeaPort-NxG multiple award contracts.

 

NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)

 

Northrop Grumman $10,385,429 for engineering design for the final stages of development of the advanced recovery control upgrade and establishment of the product baseline for critical design review in support of the aircraft launch and recovery equipment recovery program.

 

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)

 

American Systems $165,409,685 for software engineering and technical support services in support of a wide range of naval air programs for aircraft systems and subsystems for NAVAIR Software Engineering Department.

 

Honeywell $9,017,494 for non-recurring engineering support, to include laboratory and flight data analysis, anomaly resolution, deficiency correction, flight test equipment development and integration, software modification and sustainment, qualification test support, training and technical support, and integration in support of APN-194A radar altimeter modification.

 

Quality Performance Inc. $39,942,234 for Moriah Wind Systems (MWS) in multiple configurations (includes components, teardown, test & evaluation, engineering and technical support) for Navy aircraft launch and recovery equipment program.

 

NAVAL INFORMATION WARFARE CENTER PACIFIC (NAVWAR)

 

RF Products Inc. $91,908,586 for ultra-high frequency antenna couplers (UHFAC) and control power supply (CPS) units. For new construction ships.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

BAE Systems, Centauri LLC, KAB Laboratories $49,873,700 for support services to include software design and testing; updates to existing software products; cybersecurity; information assurance risk assessments; microservice module development and design; software interface development and design; development of technical support data and training materials; modification and design of new sensor models; performing photogrammetric, geo-positioning, and error propagation algorithm development; configuration management; web services; and distributed systems development for Navy and the U.K., Australia, Canada, Poland, Finland, Korea, UAE, Italy, Netherlands, Norway.

 

Carahsoft $32,317,070 for technology integration: “an innovative methodology to mature technology solutions to prepare them to scale for the Air Force.”

 

General Dynamics $20,321,237 for administrative support services utilized by the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity, Fort Detrick, MD.

 

IBM $8,922,266 for IT services and support, Radford, VA.

 

Ideal Innovations Inc. $9,528,289 for continued IT support services to the Defense Forensics Science Center (DFSC), Clarksburg, WV.

 

Black Sage Technologies Inc., Clarity Innovations LLC, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Frontier Technology Inc., Global Infotek Inc., Greystones Consulting Group LLC, Government Research Specialists, Hughes Network Systems LLC, Hypergiant Galactic Systems Inc., Kymeta Corp., Mission Solutions LLC, Net Vision Consultants Inc., NXM Labs Inc., Oracle, PARASANTI Inc., PLEXSYS Interface Products Inc., Polysentry Inc., Rackner Inc., Research Innovations Inc., Rolls-Royce North American Technologies Inc., SAAB Sensis Corp., Scientific Systems Co. Inc., SLICEUP Inc., Software AG Government Solutions, Spectral Sensor Solutions LLC, Systems & Technology Research LLC, UMBRA LAB Inc., XL Scientific LLC, Yakabod Federal Solutions Inc. $950,000,000 (max.) to compete for future efforts associated with the maturation, demonstration and proliferation of capability across platforms and domains, leveraging open systems design, modern software and algorithm development in order to enable Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2).

 

Sentar Inc., Lockheed Martin, Scientific Research Corp. (Atlanta), Boeing, The MIL Corp., Ad Hoc Research LLC, Axiologic Solutions LLC, Command Post Technologies Inc., DigiFlight Inc., Dignitas Technologies LLC, ISYS Technologies, Sealing Technologies Inc., X Technologies Inc., BAE Systems $2,415,685,748 for site security services, range modernization and operations, event planning and execution, and IT service management for the National Cyber Range Complex.

 

NCI Information Systems $10,448,501 to provide project management, engineering, furnishing, installation, securing and testing services in South Korea and Sierra Vista, AZ.

 

Referentia Systems Inc. $13,572,902 issued under the Small Business Innovation Research (SIBR) program for the period Aug. 1, 2021, to July 31, 2022. Work Langley AFB, VA.

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

L3Harris $17,707,720 for the refurbishment of Marine Corps radio components associated with controlled cryptographic communications.

 

Viasat Inc. $19,494,000 (increases the contract value from $674,093,506 to $693,961,006) for Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Low Volume Terminals (LVT) to procure secure data units (SDU) that support MIDS-LVT terminals and Link-16 capabilities.

 

SPACE LAUNCH

 

United Launch Services $10,050,485 for Delta IV heavy launch services. For Space Launch Complex-6 non-routine facility expenses at Vandenberg AFB, CA.

 

SATELLITES & SPACE SUPPORT

 

Boeing $41,213,726 for the Global Satellite Communication Configuration and Control Element (GSCCE) for the Wideband Global Satellite Communication Space Vehicle 11.

 

Braxton Technologies LLC $139,448,344 for satellite operations, prototyping, and integration for support and delivery, network, infrastructure, hardware, and architecture solutions at Colorado Springs, CO; and Los Angeles, CA.

 

Jade Creek Construction $11,307,381 for the all labor, materials, and equipment necessary to replace existing wind turbine generators at Ascension Auxiliary Airfield, South Atlantic Ocean.

 

L3Harris $14,608,799 for the Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) Increment 2 Miniature Serial Interface (MSI) contract. Incorporate an MSI engineering change proposal into the baseline.

 

ManTech $38,482,043 to provide the launch enterprise with systems engineering, integration, launch systems support engineering, mission integration, security systems and other functions to support national security space launch, launch service providers integration, certification support and fleet surveillance support. Work at Los Angeles AFB, CA; Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, FL; and Vandenberg Space Force Base, CA.

 

Management Consulting & Research Inc. $8,555,595 + $126,734 for software licenses, platform, cyber and toolchain support applicable to the development operations (DevOps) environment contract. Platform 1 improvements, which include the creation, implementation and testing of the DevOps to expedite software delivery.

 

Agile Defense Inc. $33,919,670 for support services for Program Executive Office Missiles and Space Information Technology, Redstone Arsenal, AL.

 

Tecolote Research Inc. $7,495,343 and $22,510 for software licenses, platform, cyber and toolchain support applicable to the development operations (DevOps) environment contract. Provides for Platform 1 improvements, which include the creation, implementation and testing of the DevOps to expedite software delivery.

 

MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA) – After intense lobbying by the US 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 US war industry to develop, market, and sell “ballistic missile defense” weaponry. This weaponry is a lucrative business sector of war.

 

Raytheon $90,232,182 to complete transition to production activities for previously awarded Guidance Electronic Unit engineering development activities. The transition to production activities includes: (1) perform test, development and systems engineering tasks; (2) develop software load capability; (3) convert legacy test equipment to test configured-hardware; and (4) develop new common platform test equipment.

 

NUCLEAR WEAPONRY

 

LGC Global Inc. $12,949,000 for construction of a nuclear command, control and communications support war reserve material storage/shipping facility, Holloman AFB, NM.

 

Northrop Grumman $3,860,000,000 for Minuteman III ICBM ground subsystems support: sustaining engineering, maintenance engineering, test and assessment, modification of systems and equipment, software maintenance, developmental engineering, production engineering, repair and procurement at Hill AFB, UT; Vandenberg AFB, CA; Malmstrom AFB, MT; Minot AFB, ND; FE Warren AFB, WY; and Offutt AFB, NE.

 

Raytheon approximately $2,000,000,000 (to include all options) for the engineering and manufacturing development (EMD) phase of the Long Range Standoff (LRSO) Weapon System. During the EMD phase, manufacturing processes will continue to mature and the manufacturing environment will be demonstrated and transitioned to a pilot line readiness state. The objective at the end of EMD is to demonstrate full production readiness.

 

MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES

 

American Ordnance $59,253,922 for M795 TNT.

 

BAE Systems $20,550,239 for logistics support for the Multiple Launch Rocket System.

 

Boeing $58,300,000 for design and production of the Quickstrike Extended Range (QS-ER) non-functional glide kits, glide kit prototype articles, and glide kit shipping containers.

 

Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Co. $37,500,000 for production, testing, packaging and delivery of blasting caps.

 

Lockheed Martin $13,530,443 for Joint Air-to-Ground Munitions.

 

Lockheed Martin $98,116,251 for missiles for the Army Tactical Missile Systems Guided Missile and Launching Assembly Service Life Extension Program. Some FMS (Taiwan).

 

Lockheed Martin $6,379,000 for new equipment training and unique costs for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System’s (HIMARS) M142 launchers.

 

Northrop Grumman $33,059,844 for the Integrated Fires Mission Command Integrated Battle Command System Development Program, Huntsville, AL.

 

Raytheon $320,667,721 for Stinger missile production.

 

Raytheon $482,895,193 for Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) Production Lot 35. Includes AMRAAM missiles, Telemetry System, initial and field spares, and other production engineering support hardware and activities. Unclassified FMS (Canada, Hungary, South Korea, Netherlands, Qatar) = 28% ($137,467,456) of the contract value.

 

Raytheon $45,095,203 for Standard Missile-2 (FY2021, Block IIIC) low-rate initial production and spares. Work in Tucson, AZ (40%); Salt Lake City, UT (10%); Wolverhampton, England (9%); Andover, MA (6%); Coxsackie, NY (4%); Huntsville, AL (4%); Middleton, OH (3%); San Jose, CA (3%); Anniston, AL (2%); Warrington, PA (2%); San Diego, CA (2%); McKinney, TX (1%); Chandler, AZ (1%); other miscellaneous locations (13%).

 

Raytheon / Lockheed Martin Javelin JV $8,617,243 to support Javelin engineering services. Some FMS (U.K.).

 

SOLPAC Construction $38,484,811 for design and repair of the thermal dynamic testing facility (T-Range) complex at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, Ridgecrest, CA.

 

LAND VEHICLES

 

BAE Systems $600,227,117 for support of Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle and M113 Family of Vehicles. BAE Systems $72,458,148 for the production and delivery of M109A7 and M992A3 vehicles.

 

ContiTech USA Inc. $7,801,200 for the track shoe parts kit for the Infantry Fighting Vehicle, Cavalry Fighting Vehicle and the Multiple Launch Rocket System.

 

American Rheinmetall Vehicles LLC $26,600,000 for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Phase 2 concept design. BAE Systems $26,600,000 for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Phase 2 concept design. General Dynamics $26,600,000 for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Phase 2 concept design. Oshkosh Defense $26,600,000 for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Phase 2 concept design. Point Blank Enterprises Inc. $26,600,000 for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Phase 2 concept design.

 

National Machine Co. maximum $15,426,900 for multiple disk brakes.

 

Sauer Inc. $17,074,860 for miscellaneous repairs to Marine Corps Amphibious Combat Vehicle Maintenance Facility Building A-47, Camp Lejeune, NC.

 

Lockheed Martin $160,480,077 for production of HIMARS M142 launchers and support requirements.

 

L.S. Black Constructors $25,045,996 to construct the Consolidated Vehicle Maintenance Facility at Whiteman AFB.

 

SMALL ARMS & LIGHT WEAPONRY (SALW)

 

Atlantic Diving Supply (ADS) maximum $14,809,518 for SIG Sauer M17 and M18 military service pistol holster assemblies.

 

Day & Zimmermann $20,716,625 for hand grenade and fuze-consolidation items.

 

Ultimate Training Munitions LTD $92,996,200 to procure 5.56mm M1071 and M1042 marking ammunition.

 

GEAR & EQUIPMENT

 

DCM Clean Air Products Inc. maximum $45,000,000 for Posi-Vac starter kit items.

 

Eco Waste Solutions USA $89,019,673 for the Expeditionary Solid Waste Disposal System.

 

SupplyCore, I-Solutions Direct Inc., TW Metals LLC $900,000,000 for commercial metal products.  SupplyCore $60,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations supplies. SupplyCore maximum $60,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations supplies. Locations of performance are Illinois and South Korea.

 

CLOTHING

 

Belleville Shoe Co. maximum $25,843,818 for Navy flight deck boots.

 

The Original Footwear LLC (Arecibo, Puerto Rico) $13,248,894 for men’s and women’s athletic shoes.

 

Valley Apparel LLC $10,014,000 for working parkas.

 

EDUCATION

 

Heffler Contracting Group $19,673,040 for the advanced education review board, Naval Postgraduate School campus renovation at Naval Support Activity Monterey.

 

Horizon Strategies LLC $231,167,452 for transition services to soldiers in accordance with the standards prescribed by the Veterans Opportunity to Work to Hire Heroes Act of 2011, Army Regulation 600-81-Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program, the Army's Career Readiness Standards and site-specific government directives. Work in Fort Knox, KY. Inverness Technologies Inc. $10,510,090 for counseling and employment assistance training under the Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program, Fort Knox, KY.

 

Indtai Inc. $142,413,371 to provide support services for the U.S. Army Continuing Education System program.

 

Lockwood Hills Federal $72,701,026 to support the DOD’s Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative. The ADL program office has a requirement for support services of its Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) Initiative. The primary objective of the contract is to support execution of the DOD’s principal steward for researching and facilitating the implementation of distributed learning standards, specifications, and emerging technologies for DOD Components (as defined in DOD Instruction 1322.26). As DOD pursues digital and data modernization for its training and education systems, the ADL Initiative is anticipated to manage additional enterprise-level processes and technologies. The vendor will provide research, operations, engineering, programmatic, organizational, and administrative activities.

 

TRAINING – ARMY

 

Oready LLC $7,798,815 for personnel for training and maintaining DOD baseline certifications.

 

TRAINING – AIR FORCE

 

Spiral Solutions & Technologies Inc. $47,004,603 for joint exercises, training, assessment (J7) and related support. Provides advisory & assistance services in support of Strategic Command’s J-7 planning, development, execution, and analysis of the command-wide joint training, education, professional development, and organizational development programs. Work at Offutt AFB, NE.

 

TRAINING – NAVY/USMC

 

CASS Professional Services Corp. and Omega Aerial Refueling Services $900,078,260 for contractor-owned, contractor-operated, air-to-air refueling services to receivers for receiver pilot initial qualifications, recurring pilot refresher readiness training and supporting fleet exercises for DOD agencies, Department of Navy fleet and test customers, FMS, and government contractors.

 

Industria Inc. and ONeill Contractors Inc. $15,000,000 for roof repairs and replacements at Naval Station Great Lakes.

 

PAE $98,000,000 for organizational, selected intermediate, limited depot level maintenance and logistics support services for the F-5 F/N aircraft. Work at NAS Key West, FL (32%); NAS Fallon, NV (30%); MCAS Yuma, AZ (25%); NAS Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, LA (13%).

 

DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY (DTRA)

 

Systems Planning and Analysis Inc. $20,418,513 to provide advisory and assistance services expertise for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) in support of the R&D (RD) Directorate in the areas of scientific and technical subject matter expertise across the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives spectrum and in the countering weapons of mass destruction, countering improvised threats, and countering improvised threat networks mission domains that RD supports.

 

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.

 

American Water Operations & Maintenance maximum $9,733,824 for water and wastewater operations and maintenance, and the renewal and replacement monthly utility service charge for the U.S. Air Force.

 

City Light & Power JBLM LLC maximum $17,304,468 for electric utility services at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.

 

Doyon Utilities LLC $11,119,097 for heat, electric, water and wastewater utility services for Fort Greely, AK. This is a regulated tariff rate utility services contract.

 

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

 

Agfa Healthcare Corp. maximum $622,716,466 for digital imaging network-picture archive communication systems, components, training, maintenance service and incidental services.

 

Alliant Healthcare Products maximum $49,000,000 for medical and surgical supplies.

 

Buffalo Supply Inc. maximum $48,440,000 for surgical equipment and accessories for the DLA Electronic Catalog. Nobel BioCare USA maximum $45,000,000 for dental consumable items for the DLA Electronic Catalog. Sterisil Inc. maximum $8,400,000 for medical equipment and accessories for the DLA Electronic Catalog.

 

TrillaMed LLC maximum $100,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, accessories and training.

 

MEDICAL SERVICES

 

Hu-Friedy maximum $45,000,000 for dental consumable items for the DLA Electronic Catalog.

 

Lintech Global Inc. $64,459,697 for Defense Health Agency (DHA) Infrastructure and Operations Division, Domain and Directory Services Branch (DDSB) application support. The DDSB is chartered to operate and sustain multiple IT environments for Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) and organizations; the Army Medical Command (AMEDD); the Military Health System Joint Active Directory (MHS JAD); legacy medical information system environments, the medical JAD (mJAD); a limited number of Veteran Administration activities. Contract includes provision of IT architectural, engineering, and expert technical services to all DHA environments to include AMEDD and NMED legacy infrastructures; MTFs, clinics and other Army, Navy, and Air Force medical customers; and the Infrastructure Test Center.

 

Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corp. (WPS) $60,039,931 to provide claims processing and associated customer support services for claims submitted by, and on behalf of, the Military Health System (MHS) beneficiaries who are eligible for both Medicare and TRICARE benefits for services received in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, America Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands.

 

“GREEN”ING THE MILITARY – You cannot “green” a massive military whose primary purpose, aside from profiting industry, is to utilize fossil fuels (barring nuclear-powered submarines and aircraft carriers) to kill, destroy infrastructure, garrison the globe, open countries to US corporate interests, and snoop on global citizens. But “greening” looks great to rising military officers and PR-friendly congress.

 

Pacific Rim Constructors Inc. (Dededo, Guam) $11,458,714 to build a solar array at Naval Base Guam, Apra Harbor.

 

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

 

Bluestone-InterSpec JV $30,000,000 for multi-media compliance support with an emphasis on fuel storage tanks/spill, air, and waste/materials in NAVFAC Washington.

 

GSI-ENET JV LLC, Structural Associates Inc., Silver Mountain Weston SB JV, Reliable Contracting Group LLC, Dawson Enterprises LLC, S&B Infrastructure Ltd., KNK Engineering Consulting Corp. $349,000,000 for oil and gas pipeline and related structures construction.

 

Reliable Contracting Group LLC $15,380,643 to provide hydrant fueling system alterations at the Little Rock AFB.

 

Symmetry Energy Solutions maximum $33,732,415 for pipeline quality direct supply natural gas.

 

Varec Inc. maximum $7,767,825 for application licensing and maintenance support for a software application suite used to manage fuel.

 

TRANSPORTATION

 

Maersk Line Ltd. $176,028,620; American President Lines LLC $145,185,321; American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier LLC $86,914,021; Matson Navigation Company $73,692,950; Liberty Global Logistics $70,729,505; Farrell Lines Inc. $64,110,167; Hapag-Lloyd USA $57,848,789; Waterman Transport Inc. $35,179,904; TOTE Maritime AK LLC $20,127,952; TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico LLC $14,488,604; Schuyler Line Navigation Co. $12,599,041; Young Brothers Ltd. $7,546,515 for international ocean and intermodal, time definite, port-to-port and door-to-door transportation service using ocean common or contract carriers offering regularly scheduled commercial service. Service includes shipment of both containerized and breakbulk cargo.

 

FOOD SERVICES

 

Logistics & Environmental Solutions $8,759,728 for cook support services at Fort Wainwright, AK.

 

Military Deli & Bakery Services $7,526,084 for in-store delicatessen and bakery resale for 17 commissaries located in the Defense Commissary Agency’s East (VA) and West (TX) locations. 

 

Wornick Foods maximum $105,487,120 for production and delivery of modular operational ration enhancements.

 

Welcome Dairy LLC ($69,091,636) and ThermoPac LLC ($58,295,709) for production and delivery of meals-ready-to-eat spreads components.

 

Renzi Brothers Inc., d.b.a. Renzi Food Service $10,528,769 for full-line food distribution in PA, NJ, and Southern NY.

 

Sysco maximum $8,698,238 for full-line food distribution. US Foods maximum $27,000,000 for full-line food distribution.

 

BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES (BOSS) - BOSS typically includes some combination of the following services: custodial, electrical, fire & emergency services, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, management & administration, pavement clearance, pest control, public safety, vehicles & equipment service, waste management, wastewater. Security is sometimes included. This work was once done by the troops, prior to the Pentagon’s full adoption of neoliberal economic policies.

 

Didlake Inc. $12,347,409 for custodial services at Norfolk Naval Shipyard and Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, VA.

 

Coastal Enterprises of Jacksonville Inc. $21,876,968 for grounds maintenance services at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and other outlying locations.

 

Professional Contract Services Inc. $7,852,982 for base operation support maintenance services at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA), Camp Bullis, TX.

 

CONSULTING

 

Boston Consulting Group, Grant Thornton, and McKinsey $223,591,227 for task orders to obtain strategic contractor services to assist with transformation efforts that include Naval Sustainment System – supply, perform to plan logistics, supply chain and logistics technology, and enterprise transformations in support of NAVSUP and the Department of the Navy.

 

Deloitte $27,160,067 to complete engineering changes to the order to payment system (OTPS), also known as NEST. Enable effective management of the current next generation enterprise network contracts, as well as to obtain the full range of systems engineering, software engineering, project management, integration and application sustainment services to assist and support Navy’s program executive office digital to complete OPTS/NEST engineering changes.

 

MAINLAND INFRASTRUCTURE

 

Continental Heavy Civil Corp. $40,486,000 for beach erosion control and hurricane protection, Miami Beach, FL.

 

Michels Corp. $14,621,174 for marsh restoration in Port Wenworth, GA.

 

Mississippi Limestone Corp. $18,317,650 for casting and supplying articulated concrete mattress in St. Francisville, LA.

 

North Wind Construction Services $34,973,923 for levee protection, Portsmouth, OH.

 

OCCI Inc. $11,395,885 to fabricate/rehabilitate downstream ship arrestors in Sault Ste Marie, MI.

 

Prairie Engineers P.C. $21,000,000 for hydrographic, topographic, layout, route location, quantity, control, and cadastral surveys, USACE, St. Louis, MO.

 

PAVING & AIRFIELD REHABILITATION

 

Daniels and Daniels Construction Co. $16,504,451 for airfield pavement repairs at MCAS Cherry Point.

 

East Coast Landscaping & Construction $25,000,000 for asphalt paving and paving-related services and minor concrete maintenance and repairs for Naval Station Newport, RI.

 

South Dade Air Conditioning and Refrigeration $16,625,941 for paving at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, GA.

 

MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Military construction physically lays the foundation that expands and extends the permanent warfare state. Construction activity also effectively co-opts construction workers within the working class, making them feel like they’re on the same team as the troops. It is a very powerful narcotic.

 

All Phase Services Inc., Bhate Environmental Associates Inc., Central Environmental Inc., Souza Construction Inc. $95,000,000 for planning, coordination and execution of building and facility removal/demolition at DOD installations.

 

APC Construction, TI-SDC JV, Outside the Box, Lunacon Stellar 1 JV, Lego Construction Co., Hightower Construction Co., Boyer Commercial Construction, Veterans South Builders, New Dominion Construction $49,500,000 for general construction projects, USACE, Charleston, SC.

 

Benaka Inc. $16,387,580 to renovate Navy Operational Support Center, Bronx, NY.

 

B.L. Harbert International LLC $24,590,000 to design and construct the 325th Fighter Wing Headquarters at Tyndall AFB, FL.

 

Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co., HDR Engineering Inc., Jacobs, WSP USA Solutions Inc. $85,000,000 for multidiscipline architect-engineer services, USACE, Seattle, WA.

 

Chugach, Claxton/LT JV LLC, KGJJ Engineering Solutions JV, Sunik LLC, $99,000,000 for multiple-function facilities support services at various government installations in NAVFAC Southwest (AZ, CA, CO, NV, NM, UT). Claxton/LT JV LLC is awarded a task order at $1,191,244 for airfield structures maintenance services at Camp Pendleton, CA.

 

Conti Federal Services $19,678,800 to construct a fighter alert shelter at Truax Field (Air National Guard), Madison, WI.

 

Doliveira DJB JV LLC $25,000,000 for roofing repairs and replacement at the Naval Research Laboratory, the Naval Research Laboratory Chesapeake Bay Detachment, and at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division.

 

David Boland Inc. $15,629,263 to construct a 36,700-square-foot, two-story operations facility, Duke Field, FL.

 

Gast Construction $13,039,500 to construct a precast concrete building with a standing seam metal roof in Fargo, ND.

 

G-W Management Services LLC, Biscayne Contractors Inc., Tuckman-Barbee Construction Co., C.E.R. Inc., Belt Built-CFM JV, EGI HSU JV, Desbuild EGMS JV LLC, Tidewater Inc. for construction projects located primarily within NAVFAC Washington: D.C. (40%); VA (40%); MD (20%).

 

Hourigan Construction Corp. $27,246,319 for design-bid-build restoration and modernization repair to Chamberlain Hall (Building 102), Dam Neck Annex, Virginia Beach, VA.

 

Innova Architects Inc., Raymond Pond Full Service Solutions JV LLC, WJA PLLC, Yaeger Architecture Inc. $85,000,000 for multidiscipline architect-engineer services, USACE, Seattle, WA.

 

Joeris General Contractors $27,589,000 to construct a two-story facility to expand the Air Force Personnel Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.

 

McCool Carlson Green LLC, PDC BV JV, KPB Architects-Coffman Engineers JV $36,000,000 for multidiscipline services primarily in Alaska.

 

ML Builders LLC $16,500,000 for facility enhancement and maintenance: complete protective coating, floor covering and miscellaneous maintenance/repairs at Joint Base Charleston, SC; Goose Creek, SC; Moncks Corner, SC; North, SC; and Charleston, SC.

 

MW Builders Inc. $36,514,000 to design and construct a new unaccompanied enlisted personnel housing facility, Fort Hood, TX.

 

Peter Vander Werff Construction $13,405,000 to repair the mess hall (Building 210802) at Camp Pendleton, CA.

 

R&D Maintenance Services $39,987,597 for the maintenance, repairs and minor construction of government-owned facilities and equipment, Tusacaloosa, AL.

 

Sustainable Building Solutions LLC $45,000,000 for design-bid-build roofing repairs and replacement projects at NAS Patuxent River, Naval Support Facility Indian Head, and Naval Support Facility Dahlgren. An initial task order $136,233 is for replacement of the roof for Building B-606 at NAS Patuxent River, MD.

 

Tetra Tech Inc. $90,000,000 for comprehensive long-term environmental architect-engineering services on Navy and Marine Corps installations at sites in NAVFAC Atlantic.

 

Vanguard Pacific LLC $16,500,000 for facility enhancement and maintenance: complete protective coating, floor covering and miscellaneous maintenance and repairs at Joint Base Charleston, SC; Goose Creek, SC; Moncks Corner, SC; North, SC; and Charleston, SC.

 

Wiley Wilson Burns & McDonnell $15,000,000 for architect-engineer services in NAVFAC Washington: MD (40%); VA (40%); D.C. (20%).

 

Zodiac-Poettker HBZ JV II $72,713,000 for construction of a joint operation and mission planning center at Scott AFB.

 

DREDGING

 

Donjon Marine Co. $11,484,260 for maintenance dredging, New York, NY.

 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. $12,086,200 for beach nourishment at the Cape May Inlet, Cape May, NJ.

 

The Dutra Group $11,988,080 for maintenance dredging in Wilmington and Southport, NC.

 

Manson Construction Co. $15,299,000 for dredging in the Mississippi River, Venice, LA.

 

Inland Dredging Co. $17,251,915 for pipeline dredging in Houston, TX. Inland Dredging Co. $17,690,000 for channel pipeline dredging, Houston, TX.

 

 

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Christian Sorensen is an author and an independent journalist. His work focuses on the U.S. war industry. Sorensen is the author of Understanding the War Industry and a Senior Fellow at the Eisenhower Media Network (EMN).