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Monday, December 22, 2008

MILITARY CONTRACTS December 22, 2008

Navy

Electric Boat Corporation, Groton, Conn., is being awarded a $14,011,153,663 fixed-price incentive multiyear contract for construction of eight VIRGINIA Class submarines from FY 09 to FY 13. Work will be performed at various sites throughout the United States (45%). Newport News, Va. (25%), Quonset Point, R.I. (15%); and Groton, Conn. (15%), and expected to be complete by February 2020. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was not competitively procured. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-09-C-2104).

The U.S.
Navy is awarding indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity multiple award contracts to contractors that will provide for their competition for service requirements solicited by Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Strategic Systems Programs, Office of Naval Research, Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the United States Marine Corps. The twenty-two functional service areas within the scope of the contracts include 1. Research and Development Support, 2. Engineering System Engineering and Process Engineering Support, 3. Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support, 4. Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support, 5. System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support, 6. Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support, 7. Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support, 8. Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support, 9. System Safety Engineering Support, 10. Configuration Management (CM) Support, 11. Quality Assurance (QA) Support, 12. Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support, 13. Inactivation and Disposal Support, 14. Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support, 15. Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support, 16. Logistics Support, 17. Supply and Provisioning Support, 18. Training Support, 19. In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support, 20. Program Support, 21. Functional and Administrative Support, and 22. Public Affairs and Multimedia Support. These contracts are in addition to the existing 1,605 contracts previously awarded under the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) acquisition program for services procurements. The Government estimates a maximum of $5,300,000,000 of services will be procured per year via orders issued under the SeaPort-e multiple award contracts. The awards have a three month base period with one five-year option and one four-year nine month award term option. These contracts were competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO), with 209 offers received and 199 contracts awarded. Contract funds will be obligated at the time of task order award and as such, multiple funding types (with varying expiration dates) may be used, consistent with the purpose for which the funds were appropriated. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Va. is the contracting activity (N00178-09-D-5652 - N00178-09-D-5851).

The list of contractors involved are: 1 On 1 Services Group LLC*, Phoenix, Ariz.; 360 Software Corporation.,*, Orlando, Fla.; 6K Systems, Inc.*, Sterling, Va.; A Solution Inc.*, McLean, Va.; Acclaim Systems*, Feasterville Trevose, Pa.; ACD Telecom, LLC*, Sanford, Fla.; Ace Info Solutions, Inc.*, Reston, Va.; Advanced Integrated Software
Technology*, Chicago, Ill.; Advanced Systems Design*, Tallahassee, Fla.; Agile Tek Solutions, LLC*, Plano, Texas; AIM USA, LLC*, San Antonio, Texas; Akira Technologies, Inc*, Fairfax, Va.; All Technologies, Inc.*, Arlington, Va.; AllSource Global Management, LLC*, Sierra Vista, Ariz.; Altec Strategy, LLC*, Warrenton, Va.; American Research Service, Inc.*, Dallas, Texas; American Service Network Corporation.,*, Lorton, Va.; APPLIED SERVICES AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS LLC*, Virginia Beach, Va.; Ascella Technologies Inc.*, Vienna, Va.; Autonomic Resources LLC*, Cary, N.C.; Axiom Corporation.,*, Atlanta, Ga.; Axiscore LLC*, Gaithersburg, Md.; Axseum Solutions LLC*, Arlington, Va.; B L Hawkins & Associates dba HT Innovations*, Upper Marlboro, Md.; B3 Solutions, LLC*, Jacksonville, Fla.; Bara Infoware Inc.*, San Ramon, Calif.; Beacon Systems, Inc*, Pompano Beach, Fla.; BLF Technologies, Inc.*, Alexandria, Va.; Cask Technologies, LLC*, La Jolla, Calif.; Castillo Technologies, LLC*, Chandler, Ariz.; CFM Engineering*, Glen Burnie, Md.; Chae & Nam Universe dba C & N Universe Inc.*, National City, Calif.; CJSeto Support Services, LLC*, Ventura, Calif.; CMW & Associates, Inc.*, Springfield, Ill.; Columbus Technologies and Services, Inc.*, Pasadena, Calif.; Comptech Computer Technologies Inc.*, Dayton, Ohio; Computech Resources International, Inc.*, Shrewsbury, N.J.; COMPUTER CITE*, SAN RAMON, Calif.; Computer Integration & Programming Solutions Corp.*, Bethesda, Md.; Computer Mainstream Corp.*, Atlanta, Ga.; Computers Universal Inc*, WESTERVILLE, Ohio; Concentric Methods, LLC*, Alexandria, Va.; Construction CAD Solutions Inc*, Willowbrook, Ill.; Consulting Engineering Next Generation dba Cengen Inc.*, Columbia, Md.; Data Management Group of VA*, Hampton, Va.; Data Tech Central, LLC*, Norfolk, Va.; Davis Paige Management Systems, LLC*, Springfield, Va.; Dawson Technical, LLC*, Honolulu, Hawaii; DB Consulting Group, Inc.*, Silver Spring, Md.; Decypher Technologies*, San Antonio, Texas; Delan Associates, Inc.*, Freeport, N.Y.; dFuzion, Inc.*, Ashburn, Va.; Diamond Information Systems, LLC*, Sterling, Va.; Digital Management Inc.*, Bethesda, Md.; Diverse Business Systems, Inc.*, Dayton, Ohio; DreamHammer*, Santa Monica, Calif.; DRT Strategies*, Arlington, Va.; EBITS LLC*, Tinton Falls, N.J.; Educational and Business Services, LLC*, Littleton, Colo.; Emagine IT INC*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; Enterprise Solutions Incorporated dba ESI*, Vienna, Va.; Entertainment Marketing Group dba Integrated Marketing Group, Inc. The*, Miami, Fla.; Environmental & Occupational Safety Services, Inc.*, Red Bank, N.J.; Envision Innovative Solutions*, Howell, N.J.; EPCS Co *, Yorktown, Va.; EPM Solutions, LLC*, Cupertino,, Calif.; ERIMAX, Inc.*, Dunkirk, Md.; Estime Enterprises, Inc.*, Lanham, Md.; EVOLVE, INC.*, ORLANDO, Fla.; Expertech Solutions*, Rockville, Md.; Facility Management & Engineering, inc.*, Evansville, Ind.; Faircloth Information Technology Systems dba FIT Systems Inc*, Tampa, Fla.; Federated Information Technologies*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; FEI.com, Inc.*, Columbia, Md.; Financial Business Solutions LLC*, Doylestown, Pa.; First Information Technology Services, Inc.*, Arlington, Va.; Form Fit and Function LLC*, Paterson, N.J.; Fortis Networks*, Phoenix, Ariz.; FutureNet Group, Inc.*, Detroit, Mich.; Glacier Technologies, LLC.*, El Paso, Texas; Global Consulting Inc.*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; Global Consulting International Inc*, Salt Lake City, Utah; Global Technology Solutions, LLC*, Richmond, Va.; Government Systems, Inc,*, Alexandria, Va.; H2 Performance Consulting Corp.*, Pensacola, Fla.; Halfaker and Associates, LLC*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; Harbor Offshore Inc.*, Ventura, Calif.; Hawaii 5-0 Technology Services, Inc*, Honolulu, Hawaii; HBC Management Services, Inc.*, Honolulu, Hawaii; HBMG, Inc.*, Austin, Texas; Healthy Resources Enterprise Inc*, Houston, Texas; HENDALL INC*, Columbia, Md.; Hixardt Technologies, Inc*, Pensacola, Fla.; HMS Enterprises, Inc*, Alexandria, Va.; Huckstep Holdings dba Techwise*, Colorado Springs, Colo.; ICATT Consulting, Inc.*, Jacksonville, Fla.; ICOR Partners, LLC*, Arlington, Va..; ILSC Holdings LC*, Payson, Ariz.; IM Solutions, LLC*, Woodbridge, Va..; InGenesis, Inc.*, San Antonio, Texas; Innovar Environmental Inc.*, LIttleton, Colo.; Insystech, Inc.*, Manassas, Va.; INTELLIGENT INFORMATION Technology SOLUTIONS, LLC*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; International Computer Systems, Inc.*, Greenbelt, Md.; IP Network Solutions, Inc*, Herndon, Va.; IPKeys Technologies, LLC*, Shrewsbury, N.J.; iT Resource Solutions.net, Inc*, East Setauket, N.Y.; Jackson Automated Management Systems dba JAMS*, FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla.; JRD & Associates, Inc.*, South Miami, Fla.; Komplete Systems Integrators Inc.*, Atlanta, Ga.; KPG GLOBAL ENTERPRISES*, FISHERS, Ind.; Lani Eko & Co., CPAs, PLLC*, Alexandria, Va.; Lanmark Technology, Inc.*, Fairfax, Va.; Link Solutions, Inc.*, Reston, Va.; LNS TECHNOLOGY, INC*, LORTON, Va.; Logistics Systems Inc.*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; LOGMET*, Austin, Texas; Longevity Consulting*, Manassas, Va.; LOUi Consulting Group Inc.*, Warner Robins, Ga.; MacArthur & Baker Internat'l Inc. dba MBI Consulting*, Bethesda, Md.; Macon Pace, Inc.*, Trenton, N.J.; Management Recruiters of Woodbridge, Inc.*, Woodbridge, N.J.; Marton Technologies, Inc.*, Hampton, Va.; Morgan Business Consulting, LLC*, Ashburn, Va.; MORI Associates, Inc.*, Bethesda, Md.; Nasir Group, LLC, The*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; National Capitol Contracting, LLC.*, Arlington, Va.; Net Services*, Centreville, Va.; Net World Technology Corporation.,*, Carlisle, Pa.; Network Security Systems Plus, Inc.*, Falls Church, Va.; New Age Protection, Inc.*, Springfield, Va.; New Tech Solutions Inc*, Fremont, Calif.; New West Technologies, LLC*, Greenwood Village, Colo.; Next Tier Concepts, Inc.*, Vienna, Va.; NIKSOFT SYSTEMS CORPORATION.,*, RESTON, Va.; NOVA Training and Technology Solutions, LLC*, Boothwyn, Pa.; OHC Environmental Engineering, Inc.*, Tampa, Fla.; Orizon, Inc.*, Rockville, Md.; Paragon Technology Group*, Vienna, Va.; PARS Environmental Inc.*, Robbinsville, N.J.; Parts Life Inc.*, Cinnaminson, N.J.; Patricio Enterprises*, Stafford, Va.; PearlNet, LLC*, Atlanta, Ga.; Prince of Wales Tribal Enterprise Consortium LLC POWTEC*, Craig, Ark; Progressive Computer Services, Inc.*, Honoluu, Hawaii; Protein Media, Inc.*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; PROVISTA Software International, Inc*, Fremont, Calif.; Prutech Solutions, Inc.*, Iselin, N.J.; Puget Sound Environmental Corp.*, Bremerton, Wash.; Quality Software Services, Inc. (QSSI)*, Gaithersburg, Md.; Ram Tech Systems, Inc.*, Newark, Del.; Reed Integration, Inc.*, Smithfield, Va.; ReliaTrust Technologies, Inc.*, Dulles, Va.; Resource-Trac, Inc*, Irvine, Calif.; reVision, Inc.*, Denver, Colo.; RGF Consulting Corporation.,*, Ft. Washington, Md.; Ridgewood Technology Partners, LLC*, Ashburn, Va.; RMV Technology Group, LLC*, Clayton, Calif.; S & K Aerospace, Inc.*, St Ignatius, Mont.; Sawdey Solution Services, Inc.*, Dayton, Ohio; Sevatec, Inc.*, Falls Church, Va.; SilTek, Inc.*, Herndon, Va.; SimIS Inc.*, Portsmouth, Va.; Singhal & Co.,, Inc.*, Herndon, Va.; Skylla Engineering Ltd.*, Humble, Texas; Smart Data Solutions LLC*, Silver Spring, Md.; Smart Innovative Solutions LLC*, Columbia, Md.; Software Engineering Services Corporation.,*, Bellevue, Neb.; Solution One Industries, Ltd.*, Killeen, Texas; Strategic Operational Solutions, Inc.*, Reston, Va.; Summit Technologies LLC*, South Riding, Va.; Synergistics Inc*, Richland, Wash.; Systems Consulting Group, LLC*, Herndon, Va.; Tantus Technologies, Inc.*, Arlington, Va.; TechFirst Inc*, Laurel, Md.; Technica LLC*, North Charleston, S.C.; TecPort Solutions Inc*, Harrisburg, Pa.; TEKNOFIRM, INC.*, FAIRFAX, Va.; TELEDEVICES, LLC*, LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga.; Terra Nova Environmental Services, LLC*, Cranbury, N.J.; tieBridge, Inc.*, Falls Church, Va.; TISTA Science and Technology Corporation.,*, Bethesda, Md.; Total Solutions, Inc.*, Madison, Ala.; Tracen Technologies, Inc.*, Manassas, Va.; Tribalco, LLC*, Bethesda, Md.; Trilobyte Sales*, Irvine, Calif.; Twin Imaging Technology, Inc.*, Oceanside, Calif.; Ultimate Solutions, Inc.*, New Orleans, La.; Vektrel LLC*, San Diego, Calif.; Veracity Engineering LLC*, Washington, Washington, D.C.; ViewTrust Technology, Inc.*, Springfield, Va.; Virtual Technology Services, LLC*, Midwest City, Okla.; VMD Systems Integrators, Inc.*, Vienna, Va.; Ward Consulting,LLC/Full Circle Consulting Group*, Stamford, Conn.; Watley Engineering LLC*, Panama City, Fla.; Worldwide Information Network Systems (WINS)*, Seabrook, Md.; Zavda Technologies, LLC*, Glenn Dale, Md.; ZIBIZ CORPORATION.,*, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

McDonnell Douglas Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Boeing Co., St Louis, Mo., is being awarded an cost plus incentive fee, cost plus fixed fee contract with an estimated value of $905,344,762 for support services required to enhance the F/A-18A/B, C/D, E/F, and EA-18G aircraft with a series of System Configuration Sets (SCS). These enhancements will support F/A-18 aircraft operated by the U.S.
Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and the Governments of Canada, Australia, Spain, Kuwait, Switzerland, Finland and Malaysia. Work will be performed in St. Louis, Mo. (95%) and at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, China Lake, Calif. (5%), and is expected to be completed in December 2013. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, China Lake, Calif., is the contracting activity (N68936-09-D-0002).

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Bloomington, Minn., is being awarded a $45,429,181 modification to a previously awarded firm fixed price contract for the full rate production of 195 Type 3 Advanced Mission Computers (AMCs) for integration into the F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G aircraft for the U.S.
Navy (166) and the Government of Australia (29). This contract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy ($38,526,410; 85%) and Australia ($6,902,771; 15%) under the Foreign Military Sales Program. Work will be performed in Bloomington, Minn. and is expected to be completed in December 2010. Contract funds in the amount of $1,216,355 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md., is the contracting activity (N00019-07-C-0030).

Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems and Sensors (LM MS2), Moorestown, N.J., is being awarded a $43,665,000 modification to previously awarded contract for engineering services for DDG 51 Class Aegis Combat System Installation, Integration and Test, in support of the Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems. Work will be performed in Moorestown, N.J. (37%), Bath, Maine (25%), Pascagoula, Miss. (22%), San Diego, Calif. (6%), Washington, D.C. (5%), Norfolk, Va. (3%), Port Hueneme, Calif. (1%), Syracuse, N.Y. (1%) and is expected to be completed by April 2010. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington
Navy Yard, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-03-C-5115).

Raytheon Technical Services Co. LLC, Indianapolis, Ind., is being awarded a $38,662,175 cost-plus-fixed-fee delivery order against a previously issued basic order agreement for software in support of V-22 programs including lab capabilities, lab sustainment, situational awareness, simulation products/desk top environment, V-22 Mission Planning Systems (VMPS), and software support activity/software engineering for the V-22 Osprey Program. Work will be performed in Indianapolis, Ind., and is expected to be completed in December 2009. Contract funds in the amount of $8,938,700 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md., is the contracting activity(N00019-05-G-0008).
FN Herstal, S.A., Herstal, Belgium, is being awarded a five year indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity contract with possible delivery orders up to $27,900,000 for the production, delivery, and associated support of the
Marine Corps' Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR). The IAR will be a light weight, magazine fed, 5.56 mm weapon which will enhance the automatic rifleman's maneuverability and displacement speed while providing the ability to suppress or destroy not only area targets, but point targets as well. The IAR is planned to replace the M249 Squad Automatic Weapons (SAW) currently employed by automatic riflemen within Infantry and Light Armored Reconnaissance (LAR) Battalions. Although four contracts will be made initially, delivery orders will be awarded for samples. First Article, spare/repair parts, and various support services; and, eventually one of the four contractors may be awarded delivery orders for up to 6,500 IARs. FN Herstal's production facility is in Herstal, Belgium. Delivery of contract line items will be as stated on applicable delivery orders. Contractfunds will be obligated in multiple delivery orders. This contract was competitively procured. The Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, VA, is the contracting activity (M67854-09-D-1037).

Raytheon Technical Services Co. LLC, Indianapolis, Ind., is being awarded a $26,211,950 firm-fixed-price modification to a previously issued basic order agreement to exercise an option for 65 LAU-115D/A Launchers for the U.S.
Navy (38) and the Royal Australian Air Force (27) and 140 LAU-116B/A Launchers for the U.S. Navy (126) and the Royal Australian Air Force (14) for the F/A-18 and EA-18G aircraft. This contract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy ($20,355,240; 80.3%) and the Government of Australia ($5,172,320; 19.7%) under the Foreign Military Sales Program. Work will be performed in Indianapolis, Ind., and is expected to be completed in April 2011. Contract funds in the amount of $5,172,320 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md., is the contracting activity(N00019-05-G-0008).

Raytheon Network Centric Systems, St. Petersburg, Fla, is being awarded a $25,800,618 modification to previously awarded contract for Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) System Production. Work will be performed in Largo, Fla. (47.0%); St. Petersburg, Fla. (20.0%);
Dallas, Texas (18.0%); and McKinney, Texas (15.0%); and is expected to be completed by April 2011. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C. is the contracting activity (N00024-08-C-5203).

Heckler and Koch Defense, Inc., Ashburn, VA, is being awarded a five year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with possible delivery orders up to $23,600,000 for the production, delivery, and associated support of the
Marine Corps' Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR). The IAR will be a light weight, magazine fed, 5.56 mm weapon which will enhance the automatic rifleman's maneuverability and displacement speed while providing the ability to suppress or destroy not only area targets, but point targets as well. The IAR is planned to replace the M249 Squad Automatic Weapons (SAW) currently employed by automatic riflemen within Infantry and Light Armored Reconnaissance (LAR) Battalions. Although four contracts will be made initially, delivery orders will be awarded for samples. First Article, spare/repair parts, and various support services; and, eventually one of the four contractors may be awarded delivery orders for up to 6,500 IARs. Work will be performed in Oberndorf, Germany. Delivery of contract line items will be as stated on applicable delivery orders. Contractfunds will be obligated in multiple delivery orders. This contract was competitively procured. The Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, VA, is the contracting activity (M67854-09-D-1038).

Raytheon Missile Systems Co., Tucson, Ariz., is being awarded a $17,923,410 modification to a previously awarded firm fixed price contract for the special tooling and special test equipment required to maintain Joint Stand-Off Weapons (JSOW-C) production rate requirements and to support the transition to production readiness activities for the AGM-154C-1 Variant. Work will be performed in Tucson, Ariz., and is expected to be completed in March 2010. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Systems Command is the contracting activity (N00019-07-C-0093).

Colt Defense, Inc., West Hartford, CT, is being awarded a five year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with possible delivery orders up to $14,000,000 for the production, delivery, and associated support of the
Marine Corps' Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR). The IAR will be a light weight, magazine fed, 5.56 mm weapon which will enhance the automatic rifleman's maneuverability and displacement speed while providing the ability to suppress or destroy not only area targets, but point targets as well. The IAR is planned to replace the M249 Squad Automatic Weapons (SAW) currently employed by automatic riflemen within Infantry and Light Armored Reconnaissance (LAR) Battalions. Although four contracts will be made initially, delivery orders will be awarded for samples, First Article, spare/repair parts, and various support services; and, eventually one of the four contractors may be awarded delivery orders for up to 6,500 IARs. Colt's production facility is in West Hartford, CT. Work will be performed in West Hartford, CT. Delivery of contract line items will be as stated on applicable delivery orders. Contractfunds will be obligated in multiple delivery orders. This contract was competitively procured. The Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, VA, is the contracting activity (RFP M67854-08-R-1000, proposal 6940, contract number M67854-09-D-1035).

Colt Defense, Inc., West Hartford, CT, is being awarded a five year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with possible delivery orders up to $14,000,000 for the production, delivery, and associated support of the
Marine Corps' Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR). The IAR will be a light weight, magazine fed, 5.56 mm weapon which will enhance the automatic rifleman's maneuverability and displacement speed while providing the ability to suppress or destroy not only area targets, but point targets as well. The IAR is planned to replace the M249 Squad Automatic Weapons (SAW) currently employed by automatic riflemen within Infantry and Light Armored Reconnaissance (LAR) Battalions. Although four contracts will be made initially, delivery orders will be awarded for samples, First Article, spare/repair parts, and various support services; and, eventually one of the four contractors may be awarded delivery orders for up to 6,500 IARs. Colt's production facility is in West Hartford, CT. Work will be performed in West Hartford, CT. Delivery of contract line items will be as stated on applicable delivery orders. Contractfunds will be obligated in multiple delivery orders. This contract was competitively procured. The Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, VA, is the contracting activity (RFP M67854-08-R-1000, proposal 6940H, contract number M67854-09-D-1036).

Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, Inc., Pascagoula, Miss., is being awarded a $9,950,000 firm fixed price contract modification to previously awarded contract for the procurement of long lead time materials in support of LPD 26. Work will be performed in Pascagoula, Miss., and is expected to be completed by December 2010. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-06-C-2222).

L-3 Communications Corporation, Sylmar, Calif. 91342, is being awarded a $7,668,896 firm fixed price, cost plus fixed fee modification to contract to purchase supportability services, evaluation, salvage, repair and upgrade services of TB23/BQ Towed Systems. Work will be performed in Sylmar, Calif. and is expected to be complete by January 2010. Contract funds in the amount of $114,000 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-05-C-6237)

Northrop Grumman Corporation., Electronic Systems, Linthicum Heights, MD, is being awarded $6,384,275 modification to a previously awarded contract to incorporate the Human Systems Integration (HSI) Logistics effort in support of the Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) system. The contractor shall develop and implement a plan to effectively apply HSI principles during G/ATOR design, production and integration. The contractor shall ensure Human Factors Engineering, Manpower, Personnel, Training, System Safety, Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH), and Personnel Survivability requirements are incorporated into the layout, design, and arrangement of equipment having an operator or maintainer interface. Approximately 69% of the work will be performed by Northrop Grumman Corporation., in Linthicum Heights, MD and approximately 31% will be performed by Northrop Grumman's subcontract, Sensis in Syracuse, NY. The HSI Logistics effort is expected to be completed by June 2012. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The contract modification was not competitively procured as the effort is an engineering change within scope of the current contract pursuant to the Changes clause. The
Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, Virginia, is the contracting activity (M67854-07-C-2072).

Army

BAE Systems, Inc., Ground Systems Division, York, Pa., was awarded a $112,500,000 cost reimbursement, no fee contract for long-lead items for the Bradley reset program. Work will be performed in York, Pa., and is expected to be completed by Jan. 31, 2009. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. One bid was solicited on Aug. 14, 2007. U.S.
Army Tank-Automotive Command, Warren, Mich. is the contracting activity (W56HZV-05-G-0005).

Raytheon Co., Marlborough, Mass., was awarded on Dec. 18, 2008, a $44,861,164 firm fixed price, cost plus fixed fee, cost reimbursable contract for ATNAVICS hardware, FBPAR hardware, sustainment support, travel, material and site installation. Work will be performed in Marlborough, Mass., and is expected to be completed by Dec. 31, 2011. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. One bid was solicited on June 30, 2006. U.S.
Army contracting Command, Huntsville, Ala., is the contracting activity (W31P4Q-06-C-0323).

IAP Worldwide Services, Inc., Irmo, S.C., was awarded on Dec. 18, 2008, a $14,169,175 firm fixed price contract for prime power services for Joint Base Balad. Work will be performed in Balad, Iraq, and is expected to be completed by Dec. 31, 2009. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. Web bids were solicited on Sept. 3, 2008, and two bids were received. U.S.
Army Engineer District, Philadelphia, Pa., is the contracting activity (W912BU-09-C-0008).

BAE Systems Inc., Ground Systems Division, York, Pa., was awarded on Dec. 18, 2008, a $13,916,000 firm fixed price contract for the production of eight M88A2 HERCULES vehicles. Work will be performed in York, Pa., and is expected to be completed by Dec. 30, 2010. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. One bid was solicited on Oct. 13, 2008. U.S.
Army TACOM, Warren, Mich., is the contracting activity (DAAE07-01-C-N030).

General Dynamics Land Systems, Inc., Sterling Heights, Mich., was awarded on Dec. 18, 2008, a $5,551,652 cost plus fixed fee contract for system technical support for the Abrams tank program to include service rep and support for operations. Work will be performed in Sterling Heights, Mich., and is expected to be completed by Dec. 31, 2011. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. One bid was solicited on June 8, 2006. U.S.
Army TACOM, Warren, Mich., is the contracting activity (W56HZV-07-C-0046).

DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

Delphi Petroleum, Inc., Red Bank, N.J.* is being awarded a maximum $8,114,481 fixed price with economic price adjustment contract for fuel oil burner delivery. Other location of performance is Virginia. Using services are
Air Force, Marine Corps and Federal Civilian Agencies. There were originally 60 proposals solicited with 23 responses. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The date of performance completion is July 31, 2010. The contracting activity is the Defense Energy Support Center (DESC), Fort Belvoir, Va. (SP0600-05-D-4045).

Air Force

The
Air Force awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin Commercial Space Systems, Newtown, Pennsylvania for $13,870,241. This modification provides for launch support for satellites that remained to be launched under contract.

The
Air Force awarded a contract with Boeing Co., of Newark, Ohio for $11,190,842. The contractor is required to develop processes and procedures to upgrade four Gyro Test Stations.

The
Air Force modified a contract with Integral Systems of Lanham, Maryland for $11,707,433. This modification supports the command and control system consolidation program. It includes program management, hardware and software maintenance updates at Schriever AFB, Colo.

The
Air Force awarded a contract with Northrop Grumman Guidance and Electronic Co., of Woodland Hills, California for $12,674,620. This action will provide automated aerial refueling modification for precise relative navigation

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