Top contracts

1 | ARMY

CONTRACT: Rapid Response Third Generation

VALUE: $34.1 billion

SCHEDULE: Request for proposals expected in April,
award in September.

PURPOSE: The contract is a recompete of the
Communications-Electronics Command's Rapid
Response contract. The Army needs services to support
command and control systems.

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

2 | ARMY

CONTRACT: STOC II

VALUE: $11 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in March, award
in September.

PURPOSE: The Army's Program Executive Office for
Simulation, Training and Instrumentation uses the
contract to buy training and simulation services,
including engineering, testing, program management,
and contractor and mission-readiness support.

INCUMBENTS: Advanced Countermeasure Systems,
Aegis Technologies Group Inc., AT&T Inc., BAE
Systems Inc., Boeing Co., CAE USA Inc., CSC, ECC
International Corp., Evans and Sutherland Computer
Corp., General Dynamics Corp., Motorola Inc., Inter-
Coastal Electronics Inc., L-3 Communications Inc.,
Lockheed Martin, Metters Industries Inc., Northrop
Grumman, Raydon Corp., Research Analysis and
Maintenance Inc., Rockwell Collins Inc., RTI
International, Scientific Research Corp., Science
Applications International Corp., Sparta Inc., Tec-
Masters Inc., Universal Systems and Technology
Inc., and United Industrial Corp.

3 | NAVY

CONTRACT: Next Generation Enterprise Network

VALUE: $9.2 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in October, award in
January 2010.

PURPOSE: This contract is the follow-on to the Navy
Marine Corps Intranet contract held by EDS Corp. It
will also pull in services from the Voice, Video and
Data Communications and the Base Level
Information Infrastructure contracts.

INCUMBENTS: Alcatel-Lucent, EDS and General
Dynamics.

4 | AIR FORCE

CONTRACT: Network Centric Solutions 2

VALUE: $9 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in August, award in
June 2009.

PURPOSE: This program has three components:
products worth $5.2 billion, small-business services
worth $2.7 million, and full and open competitions
worth $1.1 billion. The contracts will support the
migration of network-centric systems and common
standard data into the Global Information Grid.

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

5 | DEFENSE DEPARTMENT

CONTRACT: Special Operations Forces
Support Activity

VALUE: $2.1 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in April, award in
September.

PURPOSE: The contract is for logistics support services
for the Special Operations Forces Support
Activity. Requirements encompass a wide range of
services, including repair and maintenance, life
cycle support and continuous sustainment.

INCUMBENT: L-3 Communications.

6 | ARMY

CONTRACT: Military Missions Response Program

VALUE: $2 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in April, award in April
2009.

PURPOSE: The Army Corps of Engineers will use the
contract for recovering conventional and chemical
weapons at current and former military sites.
Services include logistics, engineering, planning and
analysis, risk management, and security.

INCUMBENTS: Alion Science and Technology Corp.,
ECC Remediation Services, EOD Technology Inc.,
Parsons Infrastructure and Technology Group, USA
Environmental, Tetra Tech Inc., Shaw Group, UXB
International and Zapata Engineering.


7 | AIR FORCE

CONTRACT: Design and Development Support
Program III

VALUE: $1.9 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in August, award in 2010.

PURPOSE: The Air Force Materiel Command needs
engineering and technical services to support weapons
systems, subsystems and related processes.

INCUMBENTS: Aerospace Engineering Spectrum,
Arinc, Battelle Memorial Institute, CACI International
Inc., DRS Technologies Inc., Dynamics Research
Corp. (DRC), General Dynamics, Jacobs Engineering
Group, L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin,
Manufacturing Technology Inc., MTC Technologies
Inc., NCI, Northrop Grumman, Southwest Research
Institute, Support Systems Associates Inc., SAIC,
Tybrin Corp., and the University of Dayton.

8 | AIR FORCE

CONTRACT: Integration of Aircraft Accessories and
Instrument Spares and Repairs

VALUE: $1.7 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in April, award in August.

PURPOSE: The contract will be a small-business program
to provide support for acquisition management
and logistics at the Air Force Materiel Command.

INCUMBENTS: None; this is a new contract.

9 | NASA

CONTRACT: Rapid Spacecraft Acquisition III

VALUE: $1.5 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in August, award in
December.

PURPOSE: The Goddard Space Flight Center uses
the contract for rapid procurements of spacecraft
and payload support services for NASA missions.

INCUMBENTS: Astrium Ltd., Ball Aerospace and
Technologies Corp., General Dynamics, MicroSat
Systems Inc., Orbital Sciences Corp., Space
Systems/Loral Inc., Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.,
and Thales Alenia Space.

10 | HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT

CONTRACT: IT Managed Services

VALUE: $1 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in April, award in December.

PURPOSE: The Transportation Security Administration
is still building and maintaining a nationwide IT infrastructure.
Services include analyzing requirements,
developing and implementing solutions, and running
products and services needed to operate IT and
telecommunications services for TSA. The agency will
use the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading
Edge Solutions contract to award the work.

INCUMBENT: Unisys Corp.

11 | ARMY

CONTRACT: Operations, Planning, Training and
Resource Support Services for Warfighter
Operations II

VALUE: $1 billion

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in May, award in
September.

PURPOSE: The Army Forces Command uses the
contract to buy services that include operations
planning, training, modeling and simulation; flight
operations; mobilization plans; command and control
support; and program management.

INCUMBENTS: Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI, CSC,
Eagle Group International, General Dynamics, MTC
Technologies Inc., Northrop Grumman and SAIC.

12 | NASA

CONTRACT: Unified NASA IT Services

VALUE: $960 million

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in September, award in
August 2009.

PURPOSE: NASA will use the contract for IT management
services agencywide. Most work will be
performed at Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Ala.

INCUMBENT: SAIC.

13 | AIR FORCE

CONTRACT: Global Combat Support System

VALUE: $900 million

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in July, award in January.

PURPOSE: The contract supports work on the Nonsecure
IP Router Network and Secret IP Router
Network and the evolution of the Air Force's
service-oriented architecture. It will also continue
delivery of improvements to the IT infrastructure,
data services and other capabilities for warfighters.

INCUMBENT: Lockheed Martin.

14 | ENERGY DEPARTMENT

CONTRACT: Energy Information Administration
Omnibus Procurement III

VALUE: $823 million

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in May, award in
December.

PURPOSE: The department buys services that support
information management, energy analysis and
forecasting, communications and IT.

INCUMBENTS: Abacus Technology Corp., ActioNet
Inc., Advanced Systems Technology and
Management, Allied Technology Group Inc., Beacon
Energy, Booz Allen, Capstone Corp.,
Communications Training Analysis Corp., Decision
Analysis Corp., Dichroma Inc., DRC, Gallup Inc.,
Harris, IMB Inc., Janus and Associates Inc., McNeil
Technologies, Mil Corp., National Opinion Research
Center, PA Government Services Inc., Project
Performance Corp., RS Information Systems Inc.
(now Wyle Information Systems), RTI, SAIC, SCI
Consulting Services Inc., Serco Group, Systems
Plus, Unisys, Westat Inc. and Z Inc.


15 | MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY

CONTRACT: Engineering and Support Services

VALUE: $800 million

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in April, award in
November.

PURPOSE: The contract will consolidate several
other contracts for systems engineering and technical
assistance services, laboratory/technical allocation
plan work and contractor service support.

INCUMBENTS: BAE Systems, CSC, Cirrus Technology
Inc., Dynetics CAS and Davidson, Madison
Research Corp., and Teledyne Solutions Inc.


16 | DHS

CONTRACT: Public Assistance and
Technical Assistance

VALUE: $725 million

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in June, award in
April 2009.

PURPOSE: The Federal Emergency Management
Agency uses the contracts for technical assistance
and infrastructure support services during disasterrelated
operations.

INCUMBENTS: Fluor Enterprises Inc., Emergency
Response Program Management Consultants and
Nationwide Infrastructure Support Technical
Assistance Consultants.

17 | DHS

CONTRACT: TSA Specialized Security Training

VALUE: $700 million

SCHEDULE: RFP expected in April, award in
September.

PURPOSE: TSA will use the contract to provide training
in areas such as security screening, firearms,
inspections, perimeter security, interviewing techniques
and fraudulent document identification.

INCUMBENT: Lockheed Martin.

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