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.
InfoPoint LLC $61,185,320 (max.) for support services to Defense Security Cooperation Agency [the agency in that administers FMS] Information Management & Technology: security cooperation application development, sustainment, and support. Support services include software development; software testing training; application customer support and troubleshooting; SharePoint management; SharePoint development; web site development and maintenance; mainframe development and full stack maintenance; report and dashboard development and maintenance; office automation support; and data modeling system and user documentation. Work in Mechanicsburg, PA.
Daycraft Systems $16,417,214 for FMS (Mexico): firearms and training.
Lockheed Martin $51,793,127 for program management support, including development of customer unique capabilities in support of ongoing development of the air system for the F-35 program for an undisclosed FMS customer.
General Atomics $42,555,776 for additional MQ-9 Reaper contractor logistics support for the U.K.’s Air Force. General Atomics $8,113,085 for MQ-9 Reaper support equipment and spare parts for the U.K.’s Air Force.
FMS SURROUNDING CHINA
Lockheed Martin $117,686,514 for FMS (S. Korea): non-recurring engineering and field services representative efforts to bring 12 MH-60R aircraft to a South Korea Navy configuration.
Lockheed Martin $34,400,000 to provide integration and installation of a Hellenic Navy System configuration on three USN8 time configuration remote sensors for aircraft. Also procures four Airborne Low Frequency Sonars in support of the MH-60R program for U.S. Navy and FMS ($11,855,070).
Lockheed Martin for engineering services and supplies in support of the MK92 Fire Control System including equipment changes, repairs, and overhauls; engineering and field services in support of in-service engineering requirements; computer programming; and documentation development. Involves FMS to Taiwan ($7,482,000).
FMS MIDDLE EAST
TCOM L.P. $217,270,662 for FMS (Saudi Arabia): Meter Persistent Surveillance Systems-Tethered in Elizabeth City, NC.
Vertex Aerospace (owned by private equity firm American Industrial Partners) $9,918,884 for FMS (Kuwait): organizational and intermediate depot maintenance, logistics and supply support for three KC-130J aircraft. Also provides limited repair of common support equipment.
CONTINUITY OF GOVERNMENT
KIRA Operations Support $20,000,000 for base operations and support services for Raven Rock Mountain Complex, Fairfield, PA.
UNINHABITED AIR VEHICLES & CRAFT
Kratos $338,071,466 for production (lots 17-21), out-of-warranty-repairs, and contractor logistics support.
UNINHABITED SEA VEHICLES & CRAFT
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution $9,693,289 for work on “Autonomous Systems and Communications.” Work spans vehicle autonomy and multimodal communications. Aims to improve base understanding of the environment through insitu sampling and autonomous decision making for the Naval research community.
NALGE NUNC International Corp. $192,500,000 for domestic capacity expansion of the production of plastic pipette tips for the Department of Health and Human Services in care of Joint Acquisition Task Force. Increases domestic production up to 160 million pipette tips/month in support of domestic COVID-19 testing.
Ortho Clinical Diagnostics $53,728,155 for increase production capacity of U.S. antibody and antigen test kit assays as well as test analyzers (VITROS® Systems and SARS-CoV-2 antigen and antibody tests) in Rochester, NY.
Pfizer $3,500,000,001 for the 500 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine for international donation.
Empire Hospitality LLC $30,000,000 to provide emergent restriction of movement COVID-19 support services to include lodging, laundry, transportation and sustenance in support of Commander, Second Fleet.
SteriPack USA Ltd. $14,743,000 for industrial base expansion of polyester-spun swab-in-tubes for DOD’s Defense Assisted Acquisition (DA2) Cell at Robins AFB, GA, on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services.
MZA Associates Corp. $18,697,835 for the counter unmanned aerial vehicle (C-UAS) High Energy Laser Weapon System (HELWS), compact and portable using commercial components.
Bryan 77 Construction JV $9,211,147 to repair the Scorpion Gate at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, to meet current anti-terrorism force protection requirements.
Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF) $48,060,258 for overseas support activities for U.S. Army Medical Research Directorate-Africa in Nairobi, Kenya; Kampala, Uganda; and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Leidos $20,948,444 for contractor logistics support for Mi-17 and PC-12 aircraft previously supporting Afghanistan forces in over-the-horizon location, United Arab Emirates.
Hesco Bastion Inc. and Maccaferri Inc. $500,000,000 for the Expeditionary Barrier System. Work in USA (SC, MD), U.K. and Italy.
Tepe Bozdemir Adi Ortakligi (Ankara, Turkey) $44,485,901 to construct a storage complex for facilities, equipment, and vehicles in Campia Turzii, Romania.
Vectrus Systems $7,834,300 for base operations support services at Deveselu, Romania.
QB Group LLC (San Juan) $33,765,000 for design and construction of a communications and contingency response facilities at Muñiz Air National Guard Base, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico.
Chugach $8,296,583 for construction of a new combat training facility at Marine Corps Base Guam. Includes construction of a covered training area, field training area, rappel training area, hand-to-hand combat pit and an obstacle course. Caddell-Nan JV $36,571,666 for design and construction of a high-bay warehouse at Marine Corps Base Guam.
Great Eastern Group Inc. $9,130,194 for 12 months operation of the offshore support vessel Hercules. Vessel will be utilized to support refueling and resupply of the Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1) in INDOPACOM.
Maersk Line Ltd. $14,638,671 for the Army Prepositioned Stock Four, Japan Watercraft, Logistics Support Services under the Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise program. Work in Yokohama, Japan.
MNDPI Pacific JV $88,000,000 for various structural and waterfront projects and other projects in NAVFAC Pacific [Northern Marianas Islands (70%); Australia (10%); Japan (10%); HI (10%)].
ARNE Aviation LLC, Construction Helicopter, Erickson Inc., Paraclete Aviation, Rampart Aviation LLC, Marana Tactical Flight LLC, Win-Win Aviation Inc. $200,000,000 for military freefall and static line support servicing for Naval Special Warfare Command requirements in various continental U.S. locations.
DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA) – Most DARPA work is carried out by corporations, including academic institutions.
Applied Physical Sciences Corp. $9,994,747 to support an unspecified DARPA research project. Lockheed Martin $12,127,144 for Control of Revolutionary Aircraft with Novel Effectors (CRANE) program, phase 1.
CORPORATE CAPTURE OF U.S. INTELLIGENCE / ESPIONAGE
BAE Systems $7,864,844 for R&D to advance four key analytic capabilities within the current Maintenance Aware Design environment system, built off the Insight multi-intelligence (multi-INT) exploitation framework.
Leidos $64,883,410 for engineering and technical support (ETS) services including supporting systems in the field and maintaining integrated systems. Involves multiple information technology disciplines for design, integration, testing, certification, and fielding, training and sustainment activities. Services encompass multiple activities associated with the intelligence systems and applications that fall under responsibility of Hopper Information Services Center in support of the Office of Naval Intelligence.
NewBridge Partners Inc. $10,634,861 for geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) software and computing architecture assessment, Fort Belvoir, VA. Investigate, design, assess, and coordinate various GEOINT space and network architectures to provide more timely and relevant products to military and other users. Skyline Software Systems $8,200,000 for renewal of commercial-off-the-shelf node-locked site license for TerraExplorer Pro with Command and Control/Mission Planning and TerraBuilder 3D Geospatial Viewing and Analysis software.
Grunley Construction $21,386,000 for design and construction of a new access-control facility at Fort Meade.
Aviation Systems Engineering Company $11,057,621 to provide technical engineering services (including systems engineering, research and technical analysis, advanced capabilities analysis, functional requirements definition & allocation, information assurance, verification/test, system documentation, and technical data) in support of maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft programs involved in development of new operational requirements to provide improved ISR and tracking capabilities.
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.
Georgia Tech Research Corp. $11,510,337 to develop a new breed of high performance computer (HPC), dubbed “Real-time HPC,” which balances computational throughput with extreme low latency to create a largescale virtual radiofrequency test range.
The University of Missouri Kansas City $39,489,484 for the Pulsed Tactical Effector for Regulated Attack (PTERA) program, which seeks to develop families of electronic effector and support technologies at the system, component and sub-component level that enable new Navy missions when placed aboard and/or in concert with Group 1 through 3 unmanned aerial vehicles.
Penn State University Applied Research Laboratory $50,000,000 for operation and management of Navy Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Electronics Manufacturing Center, Freeport, PA. Develop naval platform-related manufacturing technologies and transition the technology for implementation in electronics manufacturing and other industrial facilities. In addition to accomplishing the center’s core mission, the contractor shall manage, operate, sustain and enhance the center’s ability to function as an Office of Naval Research ManTech Center of Excellence.
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 $66,610,781 for alternative sources aircraft alignment definitization of material impacts to F-35 low rate initial production (lots 12-14) aircraft in support the U.S. government’s decision to establish alternative source suppliers for materials and hardware within the F-35 production line for USA and non-DOD participants. Work in Hoogergeide, Netherlands (89%); Laval, Quebec, Canada (9%); Rancho Dominguez, CA (1%). “Non-DOD international partners” and “non-US DOD participants” are international customers, though administratively distinct from FMS.
Lockheed Martin $97,725,718 for ongoing development of F-35 pilot training device production run-time server for the Navy, Air Force and non-U.S. DOD participants.
Textron $11,285,913 for the logistics and repair support of MV-22B, CMV-22 (Navy) and CV-22 (Air Force) Osprey components in support of the Joint Service Electronic Combat Systems Tester system.
Boeing $9,987,543 for F-15C and F-15E Mission Training Centers updates at Mountain Home AFB, ID; Seymour Johnson AFB, NC; Nellis AFB, NV; Kadena Air Base, Japan; and RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk, England.
Boeing $26,810,487 for F/A-18 aircraft spare parts for the Navy.
Lockheed Martin $39,330,900 for repair of 10 infrared receivers and five control processors in support of the F/A-18 Infrared Search and Track System.
Raytheon $22,765,429 for full rate production Lot 15 CD-108B/ALE-50(V) control, dispenser, decoy, countermeasures Integrated Multi-Platform Launch Controllers in support of the F/A-18 program.
Raytheon $11,495,005 to upgrade 10 AN/APG-79 radars from Configuration A to Configuration B and continuing required efforts to repair Weapons Replaceable Assemblies identified as nonfunctioning following baseline testing.
Northrop Grumman $8,394,669 for support of the E2-D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft program avionics flight management computers.
Raytheon $17,619,012 for initial spare parts and aircraft common equipment to support the E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training Systems flight, tactics, and maintenance devices in USA (Norfolk, VA; Point Mugu, CA) and Iwakuni, Japan.
Merrill Corp., d.b.a. Mission Support Inc. (MSI) $16,681,040 to repair B-52 struts in Clearfield, UT.
POSEIDON (P-8) & ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE
CFM International Inc. $14,643,783 for FMS (South Korea): one P-8A Poseidon CFM56-7B27AE engine. Work in Villaroche, France (53%); Durham, NC (43%); Singapore (3%); Bromont, Canada (1%).
Boeing $11,593,358 for non-recurring engineering in support of upgrades for Software Development Lab 6 and the data-at-rest encryption solution for P-8A Lot 11 aircraft for FMS. Work in Seattle, WA (92.1%); St. Louis, MO (7.9%).
MILITARY RESEARCH – A recent report from the Government Accountability Office indicated, “DOD does not know how contractors’ independent R&D projects fit into the department’s technology goals.”
Globe Machine Manufacturing Co. $8,376,704 to continue the development and demonstration of Technology for Agile Rapid Manufacturing of Aerospace Composite Structures (TARMACS) in Tacoma, WA, and Kettering, OH, for Air Force Research Lab (AFRL).
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. $200,000,000 and Booz Allen Hamilton $200,000,000 for R&D to “identify, mitigate and protect avionics systems against cyber‐attack, and prototype agile, next‐generation platform and system of systems architectures to enable rapid integration and fielding of enhanced mission system capability.” Work for AFRL.
Cohere Solutions LLC $10,574,045 for Secure Trusted Environment (STE) software: provides identification, innovation, development, maturation, testing and assessment of embedded STE and its component capabilities, transitional into military systems for AFRL Rome.
Oceaneering International Inc. $15,931,391 for integration and testing of a Compensated Lift and Advanced Mooring System (CLAMS) developed under a previous initiative: Integrate the prototype macro crane, micro crane, advanced motion controller and the advanced mooring system onto a government-provided barge suitable for testing in fiscal 2022. The results of this testing will inform future at-sea precision lift requirements for the Navy.
Raytheon $9,508,104 for the “Science and Technology Research for the SSBN Security Technology Program (SSTP)” program, also referred to as “Oban 3.” Conduct scientific investigations of novel non-acoustic phenomenologies associated with SSBN security and submarines. Analyses will include development of new products in the areas of signature modeling and validation, clutter modeling and validation, signal processing algorithm development and countermeasure concept development.
Systems & Technology Research (STR) $8,894,199 to develop and demonstrate autonomy technologies for the Science & Technology for Autonomous Teammates program. Research part of experimentation campaigns in multi-domain command and control ISR processing exploitation and dissemination (PED) and manned-unmanned combat teaming.
Teledyne Brown Engineering $9,065,291, for R&D support services for training and continued development of medical modeling and simulation research tools for the Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, CA. Work in Huntsville, AL (80%), San Diego, CA (20%).
Intuitive Research & Technology Corp. $8,370,525 for technical support for a prototype integration facility, Huntsville.
BAE Systems $843,894,209 for life cycle contractor support for the Limited Interim Missile Warning System Quick Reaction Capability.
Boeing $487,000,000 for AH-64 “Apache” engineering services and technical support.
Boeing $49,700,000 for the inspection and overhaul of the CH-47 Chinook mechanical transmission.
AAR Allen Services Inc. $13,135,130 for overhaul of the anti-icing start bleed valve for the Lockheed Martin Sikorsky Blackhawk T-700 engine. General Electric $208,162,355 for overhaul of the cold section module in support of the T700 engine.
Integral Aerospace $9,995,600 to repair two parts associated with the 650 gallon fuel tanks for CH-53 aircraft.
Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $116,512,253 for maintenance and overhaul of the UH-60 Black Hawk main rotor blade.
Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $53,895,498 for production of UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters.
Lockheed Martin Sikorsky $48,064,287 for eight spare part and management and delivery of parts in support of CH-53K low rate initial production configuration aircraft. Work in Stratford, CT (64.24%); Waltham, MA (6.92%); Redmond, WA (6.58%); Farnborough, UK (5.39%); Stamford, CT (3.59%); Cromwell, CT (1.72%); Stratford, Ontario, Canada (1.65%); Paramount, CA (1.46%); Cary, NC (1.33%); various locations within the continental U.S. (7.12%).
GENERAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
Diversified Maintenance Systems Inc. $9,999,999 for maintenance and repair task orders in Arizona (Luke AFB, Phoenix, Flagstaff).
Harper Construction $45,167,317 to construct a fixed-wing aircraft operations and maintenance hangar in Yuma, AZ.
Honeywell International $31,054,500 for anti-value assemblies.
KBR $9,657,329 for refurbishment and upgrades to 8 Eddy Current Inspection Systems (ECIS). Enhance hardware & software for 8 robotic ECIS, to include new bases, robotic arms, computers and station executive software.
MCT Industries $34,700,000 for delivery of T-4000 and T-4100 engine trailers (used in the installation and removal of engines from various aircraft).
M1 Support Services $26,417,252 for maintenance of T‐38 aircraft in Beale AFB, CA; Holloman AFB, NM; Langley AFB, VA; Tyndall AFB, FL; Whiteman AFB, MO.
AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTATION, PODS & SENSORS
L3Harris $23,386,618 for the Air Force and Army Anti-Jam Modem Half Transport Rack Air Force Airborne Modem: 16 pre-production units under the delivery order.
AIRCRAFT PERSONNEL DEVICES
Ametek Ameron LLC $22,036,478 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 (CAD/PAD) tri-service charter. Networks Electronic Co. $11,737,663 for engineering, technical, administrative and programmatic management support for total life cycle management of the aircrew escape systems managed under the joint program office for CAD/PAD tri-service charter.
Elbit Systems and L3Harris $92,440,406 for the Aviator's Night Vision Imaging System III.
L3Harris $39,735,061 for Data Requirements List requirements for the AN/ALQ-172 Countermeasures System.
L3Harris $947,292,440 for AN/ALQ-172 countermeasures: engineering services for block cycle, non-block cycle and sustaining engineering services and for Air Force Global Strike Command enhancement modernizations.
L3Harris ($35,037,577) and Communication & Power Industries LLC ($35,027,577) for AEGIS Weapon System radar system electron tubes.
Lockheed Martin $51,468,710 for ship integration and test of the AEGIS Weapon System (AWS) for AWS baselines through Advanced Capability Build 16 (ACB 16). Will cover AWS ship integration and test efforts for AEGIS Ashore, nine new construction DDG-51 class ships, and the major modernization of seven DDG-51 class ships. Work in Moorestown, NJ (46%); Norfolk, VA (9%); Deveselu, Romania (9%); Pascagoula, MS (8%); D.C. (7%); San Diego, CA (6%); Everett, WA (4%); Bath, ME (4%); Mayport, FL (3%); various places each below one percent (4%).
BAE Systems and Fincantieri Marine Systems North America $1,300,061,738 to support LCS sustainment for ships homeported in Mayport, FL.
Austal USA LLC, Colonna’s Shipyard Inc., East Coast Repair & Fabrication LLC, Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc., General Dynamics, North Florida Shipyards Inc., Tecnico Corp. $965,030,816 to support LCS sustainment for ships homeported in Mayport, FL. Life Cycle Engineering, Neal Technical Innovations, and Valkyrie Enterprises Inc. $499,245,545 to support LCS sustainment for ships homeported in Mayport, FL.
Austal USA, Epsilon Systems Solutions, Continental Maritime of San Diego LLC (formerly Huntington Ingalls Industries San Diego Shipyard) ceiling of $344,724,287 to support sustainment execution efforts for LCS homeported in San Diego, CA (MAC I).
L3Harris $23,409,000 for MK 332 Mod 0 High Explosive 4 Bolt Guided (HE-4G) cartridges. Work in Plano, TX (45%); Phoenix, AZ (14%); Cincinnati, OH (11%); Niceville, FL (7%); Boise, ID (5%); Tampa, FL (5%); Boston, MA (4%); Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Canada (3%); Manchester, NH (3%); Clear Lake, SD (2%); Glendale Heights, IL (1%).
General Dynamics NASSCO $32,479,184 for USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) fiscal 2021 planned incremental availability in Portsmouth, VA.
General Dynamics Electric Boat $225,117,921 for engineering, technical, design agent, and planning yard support for operational strategic and attack submarines.
Lockheed Martin $190,271,753 for engineering design development and supporting material procurement. Lockheed Martin $28,546,651 for systems engineering and integration on Navy submarines. Work in Manassas, VA (68%); Waterford, CT (10%); Groton, CT (10%); Middletown, RI (7%); Newport, RI (5%). Lockheed Martin $53,100,635 for material production and spares in support of all new construction and in-service class submarines.
Methuen Construction $63,055,205 for construction of the Dry Dock Two complex at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME. The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. $58,517,575 to begin construction on the Virginia-class waterfront support facility, Building 178, at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. 381 Constructors $1,731,477,644 for construction of a multi-mission dry dock at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
SURFACE SHIP MAINTENANCE
Alabama Shipyard LLC $13,066,191 for a 72-calendar day shipyard availability for the USNS Patuxent (T-AO 201).
Lockheed Martin $693,000 for engineering services and supplies in support of the MK92 Fire Control System including equipment changes, repairs, and overhauls; engineering and field services in support of in-service engineering requirements; computer programming; and documentation development.
Raytheon $54,535,212 for fiscal 2021 design agent and engineering support services for the Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) upgraded MK-31 Guided Missile Weapon System Improvement Program for U.S. Navy (71%) and Japan (29%, $1,984,684). Support is “to maintain current weapon system capability as well as resolve issues through design, systems, software maintenance, reliability, maintainability, quality assurance and logistics engineering services”.
Raytheon $7,809,949 for work on Evolved Seasparrow Missile Block II life of type buy of parts for the NATO Seasparrow Consortium.
SHIP OPERATION – THIRD PARTY
Ocean Ships Inc. $49,716,606 for ongoing operation and maintenance of six oceanographic survey ships (T-AGS) and navigation test support ship USNS Waters (T-AGS 45).
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)
HART Technologies and QinetiQ $30,300,000 for design, technical documentation, fabrication, system integration, test and evaluation, and rapid prototyping support on equipment such as radar, voice & data communications, cryptographic equipment, electronic countermeasures, and navigation aids as they pertain to electronic warfare and radio frequency systems.
Lockheed Martin $21,185,841 for Navy equipment, components, engineering services, and other direct costs. Work in Liverpool, NY (66%); Millersville, MD (33%); Marion, MA (1%).
Marinette Marine Corp. $38,172,896 for fiscal 2021 engineering and class services requirements in support of design and construction of the Constellation-class guided-missile frigate. Work in Marinette, WI (40%); Newport News, VA (25%); NY, NY (10%); Philadelphia, PA (10%); Ayer, MA (5%); Arlington, VA (5%); Herndon, VA (2%); Camden, NJ (2%); Tulsa, OK (1%).
Northrop Grumman $21,214,122 for repair, calibration, overhaul, and manufacture of long lead component shop replaceable units to support the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport Submarine High Data Rate (SubHDR) National Maintenance Center. For U.S. Navy (90%); U.K. (5.5%), Australia (2.5%), and Canada (2%). FMS = $781,327.
Seemann Composites LLC $74,922,276 for design engineering and manufacturing support in Gulfport, MS (60%); Chesapeake, VA (20%); Horsham, PA (20%).
Systems Engineering Associates Corp. $16,624,414 for continued Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) phase III engineering and fabrication services. Work in Middletown, RI (95%); Newport, RI (5%).
Triverus LLC $19,201,500 to acquire services & material supporting production of the mobile cleaning, recovery, and recycling system; associated spare parts, engineering and services; and other direct cost in support of associated engineering and services.
NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)
Stratasys Inc. $20,000,000 for 25 F900 production 3D printer systems and initial support and sustainment to include technical support, installation, support equipment and ancillary equipment problem resolution, technical publication logistic support, original equipment manufacturer reach-back capability for software and hardware components, engineering investigations and corrective actions for system anomalies, and development of initial training for the supplied systems. Work in Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ (6%); Kaneohe Bay, HI (4%); Yuma, AZ (4%); Cherry Point, NC (4%); Miramar, CA (4%); New River, NC (4%); Beaufort, SC (4%); Camp Pendleton, CA (4%); Fort Worth, TX (4%); Newburgh, NY (4%); Lemoore, CA (4%); Whidbey Island, WA (4%); Oceana, VA (4%); North Island, CA (4%); Norfolk, VA (4%); Jacksonville, FL (4%); Mayport, FL (4%); Point Mugu, CA (4%); Fallon, CA (4%); Camp Springs, MD (4%); New Orleans, LA (4%); Patuxent River, MD (4%); China Lake, CA (4%); Iwakuni, Japan (3%); Okinawa, Japan (3%)
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER AIRCRAFT DIVISION (NAWCAD)
Lone Star Aerospace $22,204,419 for predictive decision analysis, technical analysis, simulation and consulting services. Also provides operational sustainment of existing fielded models.
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION (NAWCWD)
DCS Corp. $25,080,326 to provide continued systems engineering, analysis, research, development, logistics, configuration and data management services to NAWCWD aircraft integrated product teams regarding capabilities for the F/A-18, EA-18G, F-35, AV-8B, AH-1/UH-1 aircraft and unmanned aerial systems.
Management Services Group Inc., d.b.a. Global Technical Systems (GTS) $81,339,518 for procurement of one lot of DLQ-9 pods, associated hardware for DLQ-9 pod modifications, and technical data in support of electronic attack/electronic warfare threat simulation for weapons development, test, and evaluation, fleet training, and target applications for the DOD.
Machine Tools Marketing Inc., Machine Tools USA Inc., Pacific IC Source $40,000,000 to procure various machine tools, work holding devices and peripheral equipment for conventional, computer numerically controlled equipment and provide support, to include maintenance, repair, relocation, delivery, installation, and training associated with acquired machinery in support of earthquake recovery efforts for the Navy in China Lake, CA.
NAVAL INFORMATION WARFARE CENTER PACIFIC (NAVWAR)
Bascom Hunter Technologies $8,388,144 (contract now at $13,240,879.73) for the addition of a line item for satellite communication pre-planned product improvement regarding Navy’s multiband terminal program. Primary focus: further development of interference excision systems, all digital modem, and modular hardware open platform.
McKean Defense Group (now owned by Noblis) $35,870,169 to provide program management, basic research, end-to-end system design, prototype development, systems engineering, integration, environmental qualification testing, production, software loading, pre-installation testing and checkout, deployment and life cycle support of C4ISR systems for NAVWAR Pacific Network Integration Engineering Facility, San Diego, CA.
General Dynamics $136,502,136 to support the consolidation of all Tier 1 IT help desks and transition them to the managed service provider, GDIT. GDIT will provide service desk as a service “using a knowledge-based solution, employing artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive analytics and natural language processing.”
Nakupuna Solutions $28,987,467 for modernization and sustainment of the base area network/local area network and the unified communications for Camp Lejeune, MCAS Beaufort, and Parris Island. Providing a “fully converged, net-centric enterprise architecture supporting the migration of applications, services, and networks on a common infrastructure.”
Palantir $48,500,000 for a Data-as-a-Service Platform: provide a term software licenses, cloud hosting, enablement services, support and training for each. Work in El Segundo CA; Palo Alto, CA; D.C.; and New York, NY.
Perspecta (with Capgemini Government Solutions LLC) $2,000,000,000 (ceiling) for the Military Health System Enterprise Information Technology Services Integrator (EITSI). EITSI “will use a multisourcing services integrator approach to coordinate, integrate, and manage the Defense Health Agency’s (DHA) IT transformation to consolidate services and reduce costs. The EITSI will reduce variation in the delivery of IT services through standardized, enterprise-wide processes and procedures. The EITSI scope includes transition of certain existing enterprise contracts, of which the largest is the DHA Global Service Center service desk.”
Soliel LLC $22,407,525 for National Bureau of Investigation Service (NBIS) Development, Deployment and Sustainment (DD&S-II) for Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization.
Morse Corp Inc. $10,861,549 to develop novel artificial intelligence/machine learning test, evaluation, and algorithmic ensembling capabilities.
R.A. Miller Industries (RAMI) $9,720,000 for Single Channel Ground and Airborne System repair parts.
Raytheon’s Collins Aerospace $43,300,000 for services and supplies in support of modernization, expansion and depot-level contractor logistic support. Provide support for SCOPE Command’s High Frequency Global Communications System. Work in Richardson, TX.
Raytheon Collins Aerospace ARINC Inc. $205,062,956, for Datalink Services to provide certified and continuous flight safety services, Datalink messaging and voice communications with worldwide air traffic control agencies, and general data and voice for government command and control agencies.
Marvell Government Solutions $98,216,265 for Application Specific Integrated Circuit design services in Burlington, VT.
Space X $19,226,072 for more work on Space Force 52, under the National Security Space Launch program. Work in Hawthorne, CA; Kennedy Space Center, FL; and McGregor, TX.
SATELLITES & SPACE SUPPORT
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab $12,483,112 for additional studies, concept development, systems engineering and technical assessments, modeling, simulation, and prototyping/experiments at Los Angeles AFB, CA. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab $26,750,000 for Program Technical Direction Agents to support and improve the understanding of events in the space, air and surface domains, as well as protect U.S. space capabilities and assets. Work at Los Angeles AFB, CA.
Lockheed Martin $11,548,797 for Space Based Infrared System Contractor Logistics Support (SBIRS) product support integration evolution (SPICE) in Colorado (Peterson AFB, Buckley AFB, Greeley Air National Guard Station, and Boulder).
Raytheon $16,743,449 for the Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) Increment 2 Miniature Serial Interface (MSI): incorporates MSI Engineering Change Proposal-1 into the baseline. Raytheon $12,619,647 for Miniaturized Airborne GPS Receiver 2K-M development. Performance extension due to a program delay with the MGUE Program. Raytheon $13,515,800 for the GPS Next Generation Operational Control System (OCX): an equitable adjustment for COVID-19 impacts to OCX, including late government-furnished equipment impacts and excusable delay overrun costs.
Solutions Through Innovative Technologies $23,872,571 for advisory and assistance services to support the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command’s Satellite Operations Brigade.
MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY (MDA)
Aerojet Rocketdyne Coleman Aerospace $9,773,945 ($734,370,455 to $744,144,400) to continue to provide a Task Instruction (TI) vehicle that provides individually negotiated TIs for quick-turn, pre-priced solutions that address emergent requirements such as failure investigations, analysis, and/or design changes driven by the evolving threat requirements of the integrated master test plan. This is an excellent example of corporate language in military contracting.
HDT Global $17,627,730 for the Transporter Erector Replacement Program (TERP) production for Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill AFB, UT. Transports Boeing Minuteman II missiles.
Lockheed Martin $51,216,326 for engineering services for the Mk21A Reentry Vehicle (RV) Arming and Fuzing Subsystem for Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center, Hill AFB, UT. Lockheed Martin $10,913,000 for long-lead material and the labor, planning, and scheduling to support the fiscal 2022 Trident II (D5) missile production schedule.
Raytheon $960,000,000 for the Advanced Extremely High Frequency-Terminals (AEHF-T) Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) requirement for interim contractor support, contractor logistics support, terminal depot activation, terminal hardware/software procurement and studies associated with support of the AEHF-T systems.
MISSILES, BOMBS, ROCKETS, PROJECTILES
BAE Systems $10,027,642 for WAARP Tank Farm construction at Holston Army Ammunition Plant, Kingsport, TN. BAE Systems $43,833,592 for construction and commissioning of the flash furnace treatment technology and supporting infrastructure facility at Holston Army Ammunition Plant.
Lockheed Martin for change in the work and type necessary to develop the new air to ground (AGM-158) JASSM B-2 missile variant. Lockheed Martin $10,961,508 to procure tooling, maintenance and training for JASSM production (lot 19) in Troy, AL.
Lockheed Martin $16,714,168 for the Army Tactical Missile Systems Guided Missile and Launching Assembly Service Life Extension Program. Work in Clearwater, FL; Windsor Locks, CT; St. Louis, MO; Lufkin, TX; Williston, VT; Boulder, CO; Camden, AR; and Grand Prairie, TX.
Northrop Grumman (ATK) $94,880,370 for Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missiles (AARGM) [full rate production, lot 10]. Includes conversion of 87 AGM-88B High Speed Anti-Radiation Missiles (HARM) from U.S. government; 40 Germany Air Force-provided AGM-88B HARM into 127 AGM-88E AARGM All-Up-Rounds, and related supplies and services necessary for manufacture, spares, and fleet deployment in support of F/A-18C/D, F/A-18E/F, and EA-18G aircraft for US Navy and FMS.
Reyes Construction $26,750,600 for design and construction of missile magazines at Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach.
Seiler Instrument & Manufacturing Co. $23,475,982 for M119A1 Light Towed Howitzer panoramic telescopes.
SOC LLC (owned by Day & Zimmermann) $21,866,522 for continued operation and maintenance of Hawthorne Army Depot, NV.
AM General LLC $10,629,644 for HVAC systems and power inverter kits to upgrade the M997A3 ambulance.
Caterpillar $53,439,287 for material, supply-chain management and technical support for Red River Army Depot, TX.
General Dynamics $7,795,495 to replace pavement, underground domestic water sanitary piping, and fire-protection piping from.
Honeywell $40,954,196 for Bradly Fighting Vehicle system generators.
Isometrics $102,421,556 for production of the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck Load Handing System Compatible Water Tank Rack.
Michelin North America Inc. $85,135,593 for tires for Army and Marine Corps.
Oshkosh Defense $52,865,600 for Palletized Load System diesel engines with containers.
GEAR & EQUIPMENT
Camel Manufacturing $8,677,665 for military standard tents and components.
Wing Inflatables Inc. $31,921,100 for Enhanced – Combat Rubber Reconnaissance Craft (up to a maximum 904).
PC Mechanical $62,000,000 for equipment support services (ESS) supporting the civil engineering support equipment (CESE) at Naval Base Ventura County, Naval Base San Diego, and Naval Construction Battalion Center. Work in Santa Maria, CA (75%); Gulfport, MS (25%). Supports naval expeditionary equipment assets.
SupplyCore Inc. $90,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations supplies.
Aurora Industries LLC (Orocovis, Puerto Rico) $18,505,878 for various types of coats. M&M Manufacturing LLC (Lajas, Puerto Rico) $17,017,866 for the soft shell, cold weather jacket for Army and Air Force.
Crown Clothing Co. $12,650,564 for USMC men’s dress coats.
Silver Oak Leaf Inc. maximum $10,716,250 for working uniform blouses and trousers for U.S. Navy. Performance in Puerto Rico and GA.
Bremen-Bowdon Investments Co. $8,289,052 for men’s trousers for U.S. Air Force.
Messer Construction Co. $58,989,000 to build Van Voorhis Elementary School at Fort Knox.
J Kokolakis Contracting $33,020,000 to renovate Cullum Hall for the U.S. Military Academy.
TRAINING – AIR FORCE
PAE $20,919,888 (approximate) for another year of the Aerial Targets Program: directly supporting live-fire weapon system testing and enabling the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group’s developmental and operational air-to-air missiles testing. Work at Tyndall AFB, FL, and Holloman AFB, NM.
TRAINING – NAVY/USMC
Applied Visual Technology Inc. d.b.a. AVT Simulation, Choisys Technology, Corps Simulation & Cyber Solutions LLC, Dignitas Technologies, Engineering & Computer Simulations, Envision Innovative Solutions, and Tactical Edge Inc. $127,346,000 to support training & education of the Fleet Marine Forces and all supporting establishments. The Electronic and Communication Services (ECS) will be used to issue task orders to provide sustainment support, including new development for all existing and any future Marine Corps training systems (including, but not limited to Combined Arms Command and Control Trainer Upgrade System; Marine Air-Ground Task Force Tactical Warfare Simulation; Deployable Virtual Training Environment; Combat Convoy Simulator; Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer; Marine Corps Driver Trainer; Supporting Arms Virtual Trainer and Combat Vehicle Training Systems).
Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Mission Driven Innovative Solutions $16,266,835 to provide Headquarters Marine Corps, Plans, Policies and Operations; Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM); Commander Navy Installations Command with technical and engineering support for the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive consequence management program. Work in D.C. (52%); Camp Lejeune, NC (10%); San Diego, CA (10%); Quantico, VA (10%); Okinawa Prefecture, Japan (5%); Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan (5%); Seoul, S. Korea (4%); Sicily, Italy (4%).
Smiths Detection Inc. $9,820,917 for spare parts for the Joint Chemical Agent Detector.
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.
Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative Inc. $25,095,024 for electric operations and maintenance, and the renewal and replacement monthly utility service charge at Eglin AFB, FL. Emerald Coast Utility Services $47,735,304 for additional water and wastewater utility services at Eglin AFB.
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative $11,295,479 for the annual inflation adjustment and hourly inspection charge increases for the electric and water utility systems at Tyndall AFB, FL.
Georgia Power Co. $74,025,000 for electrical distribution services at Fort Stewart, GA.
Gexa Energy $43,668,380 to supply and deliver retail electricity and ancillary incidental services for the Air Force in Texas.
M.C. Dean $158,770,730 for the recapitalization of the power-generation plant and supervisory control and data acquisition controls system at Buckley AFB in Aurora, CO.
MiWok Construction LLC $45,000,000 for base electrical services, Edwards AFB, CA.
MP2 Energy estimated $62,536,830 to supply and deliver retail electricity and ancillary, incidental services for the Navy.
Leidos $10,197,295 for R&D support services to “examine the effects of deployment and career experiences on the overall physical and mental health of service members and their families” for Naval Health Research Center, San Diego.
Boston Scientific Corp. $265,230,300 for cardiovascular procedural packages and supplies.
Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corp. $83,112,763 for neuromodulation procedural packages and ancillary items.
Draeger Inc. maximum $60,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, subsystems, accessories, consumables and training. Janz Corp. maximum $100,000,000 for patient monitoring systems, accessories and training.
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems $48,080,000 for medical equipment and accessories for the DLA Electronic Catalog.
Golden State Medical Supply $10,306,354 for duloxetine delayed release hydrochloride capsules for DOD, Department of Veterans Affairs, Indian Health Services, and Federal Bureau of Prisons. Locations of performance are USA (CA) and Spain.
Accenture, Ancilla Technologies and Services Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte, Universal Consulting Services Inc., and Whitney, Bradley & Brown $91,902,830 for program management support services “in order to facilitate Navy Medicine’s mission to provide well-trained medical experts, operating as high-performance teams, to project medical power in support of the Surgery, Operation, Plans, & Readiness Directorate, Naval Bureau of Medicine”.
Express Scripts Inc. $4,300,000,000 to provide pharmacy management services for the DOD TRICARE Pharmacy Benefit Program. Services at retail network pharmacies, authorized non-network retail pharmacies or delivery through the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy. Contractor will perform pharmacy benefit management functions, including claims adjudication at military medical treatment facilities, clinical services for specialty pharmaceuticals, processing direct member reimbursements for claims, clinical reviews and providing beneficiary and pharmacy support services.
Axiom Resource Management Inc. $15,595,548 for support services for the various applications used by the Medical Modeling, Simulation and Mission Support department at the Naval Health Research Center (NHRC), San Diego, CA, in gathering and analyzing data for the Expeditionary Medical Encounter Database and Expeditionary Medical Encounter Knowledge Warehouse (EMedKW). Work in San Diego, CA (70%); Norfolk, VA (10%); Fort Detrick, MD (5%); Honolulu, HI (5%); Virginia Beach, VA (5%); Falls Church, VA (5%).
Walsh-Turner JV $840,130,340 to construct a new Veterans Affairs medical center, Louisville, KY.
FUEL & ENERGY – The US Armed Forces consume more fossil fuels than any other organization in the world.
4K Global-ACC JV $8,031,188 for design and construction of the Zone 2 Special Purpose Refueler Vehicle Maintenance Facility at Tyndall AFB.
BAE Systems $59,900,000 for automated tank gauging, independent alarm system, and overfill protection equipment maintenance.
BP ($532,848,263); Tesoro ($238,013,543); Valero ($209,776,109); Petro Star ($124,732,625); Chevron ($69,046,332); Phillips 66 ($68,082,405); US Oil and Refining Co. ($46,307,585); Sinclair Oil Corp. ($40,063,760); for various types of fuel.
Petro Air Corp. (Guanynabo, Puerto Rico) $9,366,388 for jet fuel and diesel fuel for Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard and Department of Justice.
Environet Inc. $14,932,488 for replacement of fuel pumps at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Weston Solutions Inc. $10,322,031 for maintenance and repair services in support of federally funded petroleum systems and facilities.
Direct Energy Business Marketing LLC ($22,235,127), Mansfield Power & Gas ($12,536,058), Symmetry Energy Solutions ($12,414,803) for natural gas.
American Petroleum Tankers LLC $27,010,000 to support DLA and provide ocean going transportation to meet the DOD’s bulk fuel movement requirements. The M/V Empire State will provide worldwide support to assist DOD and DLA in meeting its need for global transportation of petroleum products.
Vane Line Bunkering $26,782,956 for transportation of bulk jet fuel and marine diesel by tug and barge for the DLA-Energy (DLA-E) in the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions. Includes support to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
TRANSPORTATION _ USTRANSCOM
Alpha Marine Services $12,408,175 for long-term charter of one U.S.-flagged Jones Act Anchor Handling Towing and Supply vessel to support fleet towing, diving and salvage operations, submarine rescue, and training exercises. Work primarily on the U.S East Coast and Atlantic Ocean.
Crowley Government Services $453,000,000 (contract increases from $766,285,829 to $1,219,285,829) for continued surface transportation coordination services for movement of freight within the continental U.S. (CONUS) and Canada.
Wärtsilä Defense and Coastal Seal Services $33,367,844 for Wärtsilä-brand equipment, supply, maintenance and repair services in support of T-AH (Hospital); T-AKE (Dry Cargo/Ammunition); T-AO (Fleet Replenishment Oiler); T-AOE (Fast Combat Support); T-ARC (Cable Repair); T-ARS (Rescue and Salvage); T-AS (Submarine Tender); T-EPF (Expeditionary Fast Transport); T-ESB (Expeditionary Sea Base) of Military Sealift Command vessels.
ENVIRONMENTAL – The US military is the single greatest institutional polluter in the world (carbon pollution, particulates, depleted uranium, PFAS, unexploded and exploded ordnance, nuclear waste, runoff, etc.). The Pentagon hires Corporate America to remediate a fraction of the military’s pollution.
Leisnoi-Kemron 8A JV $9,253,984 for remedial action Parcel E-2 installation of soil cover, wetlands, and landfill gas control and containment system (Phase III) at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, CA. Gilbane Federal $14,374,866 for removal and obtaining radiological unrestricted free release of sanitary sewer and storm drain lines in Parcels E and E-2, and radiological remediation of the former salvage yard and disposal trench area in Parcel E at the former salvage yard at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, CA.
Northwind Portage Inc. $82,175,322 to remediate contaminated soils, sediment, fill, and debris in Luckey, OH.
FPM Remediations Inc. $29,072,841 for environmental remediation activities, Hill AFB, UT.
Parsons $9,503,569 for environmental restoration services at Military Ocean Terminal Concord, CA.
Stell Environmental Enterprises Inc., DR Reed & Associates Inc., EGC-AGEISS LLC, GEO-Stanley Joint Venture 2, Harris Environmental Group Inc., International Business Sales & Services Corp., Pinyon Environmental Inc., The Clark Group LLC, ANAMAR Environmental Consulting Inc. $10,000,000 for planning and environmental services required in support of water resource studies and projects.
Brothers Produce of Dallas $256,500,000 for fresh fruits and vegetables.
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.
Goodwill Industries of San Antonio Services $9,136,312 to perform grounds services at Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, TX. PRIDE Industries $19,365,491 for base operations support at Fort Rucker.
Alliance Technical Services maximum $10,245,251 for logistics hazmat support services for U.S. Army.
SAIC $99,000,000 for facilities maintenance, repair and operations supplies.
BUSINESS, ADMIN, OFFICE – A January 2015 report noted that trimming some outsourced administrative waste would have saved roughly $125 billion over five years. The Pentagon leadership (many of whom come from leadership positions in US war corporations) buried the report, fearing Congress might use it to cut the Pentagon’s budget.
Contractor DCS Corp. $14,701,143 for non-decision making advisory and assistance services with the capability to provide support and advocacy for Fighter Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) services at Nellis AFB, NV; Edwards AFB, CA; Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, AZ; and OT&E Forces Headquarters, Norfolk, VA.
Datum Software Inc. $9,675,186 for operational and technical services at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA: continued specialized Air & Space Operations Center (AOC) functional operators and technicians to augment and enhance forces and operations at the 700 Air Support Squadron and the 710 Combat Operations Squadron, and provide extended services to the Combat Air Force AOCs.
SAIC $98,000,000 for A10 strategic plans and policy support services in D.C.; Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI; and Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
ABM Federal Sales Inc., Cartridge Technologies LLC, Harris Technologies Inc., HPI Federal LLC, JTF Business Systems Corp., Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA Inc., Lexmark International Inc., Omni Business Systems-Fax Plus Inc., Ricoh USA Inc., Trident E&P LLC, Xerox Corp. $702,153,470 for up to the 60-month leases of A3, A4 and production level multifunctional devices, accessories, and office document devices and services.
Trident E&P LLC $194,000,000 for various models of A3, A4 and production multi-functional devices, single function devices, print shop devices, specialty devices, technical, analyst and support services, maintenance, parts, supplies and device training for shipboard use. Work in USA, Guam, Diego Garcia, Japan, Philippines, S. Korea, Bahrain, Spain, Sicily, Italy, Croatia, Romania.
Booz Allen Hamilton $22,986,018 for professional services to support Marine Corps Installation Command Headquarters (MCICOM) directorates in fulfilling mission deficiencies and providing enhanced capabilities. Work includes program management; logistics program support; IT program support; operations support; planning support; government and external affairs support; facilities support; and enterprise content management support. Work in Arlington, VA.
Professional Analysis Inc. $25,000,000 for professional support services (program management, engineering, logistics, requirements analysis, data management and analysis, public affairs, and financial management support) at NAVFAC Expeditionary Business Line (ExBL) and Expeditionary Programs Office (ExPO) in D.C. (52%); CA (25%); FL (17%); VA (4%); HI (2%).
Serco - IPS Corp. $12,526,821 for procure professional support services (in the areas of program management, administrative support, surface ship modernization, inactive ships, surface ships readiness, surface training systems, business and financial management, records management, and IT support) for NAVSEA’s director for surface ship maintenance and modernization (SEA 21). Work in D.C. (55%); Norfolk, VA (19%); San Diego, CA (18%); Mayport, FL (2%); Yokosuka, Japan (2%); Sasebo, Japan (1%); Manama, Bahrain (1%); Pascagoula, MS (1%); Pearl Harbor, HI (1%).
CACI $10,365,669 for comptroller mission systems support for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
Baker-Stanley-Cardno JV, Mead & Hunt/Mott MacDonald JV, ADC Engineering Inc., Johnson, Mirman & Thompson Inc., Burns & McDonnell, HDR Environmental, Operations & Construction Inc., WSP-Mason & Hanger JV, Tigerbrain Engineering, DRMP-AVCON JV, Jacobs, Suhail-CHA JV, Pond-CDM Smith JV, KZF Design, Aviation Engineers JV to support worldwide architect and engineer services for the Air Force under the AE-Next Pool I (Airfield Infrastructure) vehicle. The AE-Next program has a shared ceiling of $2,000,000,000. Task orders awarded later under these contracts.
Bauer Foundation Corp. $36,039,307 for construction on the Moose Creek Dam, the main component of the Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project, North Pole, AK. Ahtna Construction & Primary Products Co. $8,919,325 to procure, transport and place up to 100,000 tons of rip rap on the Tanana sill groin toe and slope at the Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project near North Pole, AK.
Maloney Odin JV $129,801,500 for levee construction along the South San Francisco Bay shoreline, Alviso, CA. Shimmick Construction Corp. $42,378,100 to construct a reinforced concrete ogee weir across the Success Lake spillway, Porterville, CA.
Johnson Machine Works Inc., G&G Steel Inc., Steward Machine Co. $49,000,000 for fabrication and rehabilitation of lock and dam structural operation equipment for USACE Huntington District and other districts within Great Lakes & Ohio River Division.
J.F. Brennan Company Inc. $12,878,000 for construction and installation of lock chamber bulkhead recesses in Rockdale, IL.
Re-Engineered Business Solutions $32,301,970 for operation and maintenance services for the Arkansas Lakes flood control projects at Lake Ouachita, Lake Greeson and DeGray Lake, AR.
Luhr Bros. Inc. $24,000,000 for dike and revetment construction work for USACE, St. Louis, MO.
Terradon Corp. $25,000,000 for design services for civil works projects for USACE, Huntington, WV.
Four Tribes Enterprises LLC $9,000,000 for Simplified Acquisition of Basic Engineering Requirements (SABER) Mini, to furnish all plant, labor, equipment and material, and to perform all work in connection with individual task orders. Work at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC; and Dare County Bomb Range and Fort Fisher Recreational Area, NC.
Weeks Marine Inc. $15,697,708 for berm reconstruction at Ocean City, MD.
Dumey Contracting $13,647,922 for cleanout and/or excavation of approximately 6.3 miles of lateral ditch work; construction of approximately 5.3 miles of landslide berm; temporarily removing and stockpiling approximately 285 acres of agricultural topsoil, precision land leveling fields, and redistributing stockpiled soil; abatement and demolition of multiple structures and culverts; and installation of multiple culverts on county and state roads.
Electrical Corporation of America Inc. $15,000,000 for control cabinets for hydropower.
Alutiiq $9,595,250 for maintenance, repair and minor construction work on vehicle roadways and airfield paving projects at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Precision 2000 Inc., S&W Sales and Services LLC, Top Gun Contracting Inc., Summers Concrete Contracting Inc. $40,000,000 for Air Force Material Command operational paving efforts to provide the 78th Civil Engineer Group the capability to have pavement infrastructures constructed, repaired or maintained in a short time frame.
MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING – Military construction physically lays the foundation that expands and extends the permanent warfare state. An added bonus for the Pentagon and the U.S. war industry is how this construction activity 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.
AECOM, Arcadis U.S. Inc., CCW AE Services JV, HDR Engineering Inc., Tetra Tech Inc., CEC-CDM Smith JV, Ilsi-Arcadis Small Business JV, Resilient LLC JV $46,000,000 for architect and engineering services for USACE, Mobile, AL.
Belt Built CFM JV $8,260,843 to build the aircraft parking apron at NAS Patuxent River.
BB&E Inc. $10,003,918 for professional support services in design and capital improvements within NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic.
W.M. Jordan Co. $24,426,481, for design-bid-build, repair of unaccompanied housing at NAS Oceana, VA.
Balfour Beatty $57,795,000 to build a consolidated communication center (for the Air Force’s 89th, 744th, and 83rd Squadrons) at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD.
Boyer Commercial Construction $12,390,000 to expand a parking deck in Columbia, SC.
Roundhouse PBN-Tepa EC JV $13,862,809 to design and construct Zone 8 of the Emergency Operations Center at Tyndall AFB, FL. CC Distributors Inc. $45,000,000 for a Contractor Operated Civil Engineer Supply Store (COCESS) at Eglin AFB, FL. Provides for a simplified method for Civil Engineer Squadron personnel and facility managers to purchase quality materials, tools and equipment used for work tasks, construction, recurring preventive maintenance, repairs and the Base U-Fix-it program. Jacobs $9,343,200 for Hurricane Sally recovery work for repairs for NAS Pensacola Buildings 3902 and 3903. Kiewit Infrastructure South $10,217,000 to build Pump Station S-703, a spreader system and two recreational sites, Miami, FL.
LS Black Constructors/Loeffel Construction JV $28,147,259 to provide a dormitory at Little Rock AFB.
Advanced Engineering Consultants Ltd. $25,000,000 for architect-engineering services in support of mechanical electrical and plumbing (MEP) small design and engineering projects primarily at the Public Works Department Crane.
B. L. Harbert International $32,873,962 for hangar renovations and repairs at NAS Corpus Christi, TX, Corpus Christi Army Depot Hangar 47.
Fraser & Fogle $50,000,000 for architectural-engineering services in NAVFAC Northwest: WA (75%); AK (22%); ID (1%); OR (1%); MT (1%), and may also include other areas of the U.S. and worldwide.
Hasen Global $13,082,506 to repair Building 6434 at Fort Knox, KY.
J&B Builders Inc. $10,433,368 to renovate Building 522 for the 128th Air Refueling Wing (Wisconsin Air National Guard) in Milwaukee, WI.
Walsh Federal LLC $13,438,000 to upgrade an access-control point and a mail freight facility, and to relocate an arms-storage building, Concord, CA.
Harper Construction Co. $7,690,149 to build Michelson Mission Systems Integration Lab at Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake, CA. RQ Construction $10,305,215 for repair and maintenance of Michelson Lab Wings 2-5 at China Lake. IAP-ECC LLC $14,782,323 for construction and maintenance of a contractor berthing camp at China Lake. Provides for temporary facilities and facility services for a berthing camp in support of the China Lake earthquake recovery project. Temporary facilities include fencing, living/sleeping units, operational center and a security station.
Ameresco, Harkins, RQ Construction LLC, Sauer Inc., S.B. Ballard Construction Co., Walsh, Whiting Turner Contracting Co., and WM Jordan for large general construction projects primarily in NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic. For example, S.B. Ballard Construction Co. task order ($51,600,202) for the corrosion control and paint facility at Naval Station Norfolk.
Acacia7, CEMS-RS&H USAF JV, EBL Engineers LLC, Evergreen JV, SOL - Merrick JV LLC, HDR and Tehama JV, Raymond Pond Full Service Solutions JV, Summer Consultants Inc. $2,000,000,000 for architect and engineering services for the Air Force Stateside Infrastructure Design & Construction Missions.
Benham-Stanley LLC, Jacobs, AECOM, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company Inc., Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp., and HDR $118,000,000 for preparation of studies, analysis, and design services for military and civil projects for USACE, Omaha, NE.
West Coast JV LLC $8,900,000 for sustainment, modernization and improvement projects for the 88th Army Reserve centers.
DonJon Marine Co. $39,018,285 for maintenance dredging, Elizabeth, NJ.
Legacy Corp. $18,479,145 for mechanical dredging for USACE, Rock Island, IL.
Ahtna Marine & Construction Co. $7,809,245 for maintenance dredging in Jacksonville, FL.
Manson Construction Co. $15,000,000 for maintenance dredging for USACE, Mobile, AL.
Marinex Construction Inc. $20,243,500 for maintenance dredging in Savannah, GA.
Weeks Marine Inc. $18,270,800 for furnishing a fully crewed and equipped hydraulic pipeline cutterhead dredge for the removal and disposal of shoal material.
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Christian Sorensen is an author and an independent journalist focused on the U.S. war industry.