DOD contracts to watch

Customer: Army

Contract: R23G

Value: $41B

Incumbent Contractors: Arinc Inc., Computer Sciences Corp., DRS Technologies Inc., Lockheed Martin Corp., Northrop Grumman Corp., SRA International Inc., URS Corp., VSE Corp.

Expected RFP date: January

Description: The Army's Communications-Electronics Command will use this multiple-award contract to acquire support services for its Command and Control Systems Integration Directorate using the Rapid Response 3rd Generation, or R23G, contract.

Customer: Army

Contract: OPTARSS II

Value: $30B

Incumbent Contractors: Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI International Inc., CSC, Eagle Group International, General Dynamics Corp., MTC Technologies Inc., Northrop Grumman, Science Applications International Corp.

Expected RFP date: January

Description: The Army Forces Command will buy a variety of services under its multiple-award contract known as Services for Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services for Warfighter Operations or OPTARSS II.

Customer: Army

Contract: Omibus Procurement

Value: $12.5B

Incumbent Contractors: Advanced Countermeasure Systems, Aegis Technologies Group Inc., AT&T Corp., BAE Systems Inc., Boeing Co., CAE USA Inc., CSC, ECC International Corp., Evands Sutherland Computer Corp., General Dynamics, Inter-Coastal Electronics Inc., L-3 Communciations Corp., Lockheed Martin, Metters Industries, Motorola Inc., Northrop Grumman, Raydon Corp., Research Analysis and Maintenance Inc., Rockwell Collins Inc., RTI International, SAIC, Scientific Research Corp., Sparta Inc., TEC-Masters Inc., United Industrial Corp., Univeral Systems and Technology

Expected RFP date: January

Description: The Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation is looking for multiple contractors for various services and products related to training and simulation, including products and equipment.

Customer: Air Force

Contract: NetCents II

Value: $9B

Incumbent Contractors: Booz Allen Hamilton, Centech Group Inc., General Dynamics, Harris Corp., Lockheed Martin, NCI Information Systems Inc., Northrop Grumman, Telos Corp.

Expected RFP date: August

Description: This is a broad, multiple-award contract to bring network-centric systems, equipment and processes to the Air Force. The Air Force Materiel Command is in charge of the contract.

Customer: Air Force

Contract: FAS

Value: $8.5B

Incumbent Contractors: New contract

Expected RFP date: January

Description: This will be a multiple-award contract from the Aeronautical Systems Squandron of the Air Force Materiel Command to support the B-52 weapons system. The contract is known as the Flexible Acquisition and Sustainment (FAS) contract.

Customer: Air Force

Contract: FAST II

Value: $5.4B

Incumbent Contractors: Boeing Co., DRS Technologies, Lockheed Martin, MTC Technologies, SAIC, Support Systems Associates Inc.

Expected RFP date: January

Description: Under the Flexible Acquisition and Sustainment Tool (FAST) contract, the Air Force Materiel Command buys a wide range of services to support various platforms. Services include equipment modifications, spares, repairs, services and systems acquisitions.

Customer: Defense Information Systems Agency

Contract: DTSP II

Value: $4B

Incumbent Contractors: Verizon Business

Expected RFP date: December

Description: The Defense Information Systems Agency will use this contract to support and develop the Defense Information Systems Network-Transmission Services Pacific Network.

Customer: Air Force

Contract: ICE2

Value: $2.3B

Incumbent Contractors: General Dynamics

Expected RFP date: November

Description: The Intelligence Information, Command and Control, Equipment and Enhancements II contract (ICE2) is used by the Air Force Materiel Command to acquire IT sustainment and technical support for the Defense Department global intelligence and command and control operations.

Customer: Defense Department

Contract: SOFSA

Value: $2.1B

Incumbent Contractors: L-3 Communications Corp.

Expected RFP date: October

Description: The Department Department's Special Operations Command needs contractor support for the Special Operations Forces Supply Activity (SOFSA) in Lexington, Ky. SOFSA provides logistics support for special operations forces.

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