Agency Snapshot - Army
- By Washington Technology staff
- Jul 01, 2011
U.S. Army Mission:
fight and win wars through land dominance across a range of military operations and conflicts.
2011: $143.4 billion
2012: $144.8 billion
2011 IT budget: $7.7 billion
2012 IT budget: $8.7 billion
People you should know:
John McHugh, secretary
Gen. Martin Dempsey, chief of staff
Joseph Westphal, undersecretary
Gen. Peter Charelli, vice chief of staff
Sgt. Major Raymond Chandler III, sergeant major of the Army
Jeff Parsons, executive director, Army Contracting Command
Terry Watson, acting Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems
Commands you should know:
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, Va.
U.S. Army Materiel Command, Alexandria, Va.
U.S. Army Forces Command, Fort McPherson, Ga.
U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center, Fort Belvoir, Va.
U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
Top Army initiatives:
Sustaining soldiers, families and civilians.
Preparing forces for success.
Resetting returning units to rebuild readiness.
Transform to meet the demands of the 21st century.
Setting conditions for the future:
Ensure Army has the capability and options to meet evolving challenges.
Transforming to meet challenges in this decade and beyond.
Top contractors, 2007-2010:
BAE Systems: $20.4 billion
Boeing Co.: 20.1 billion
Raytheon Co.: $19.4 billion
KBR Inc.: $18.6 billion
General Dynamics: $17.6 billion
Lockheed Martin: $16.9 billion
Oshkosh Corp.: $15.6 billion
Northrop Grumman: $11.5 billion
MacAndres and Forbes Holdins: $11.3 billion
United Technologis: $10.7 billion
Top small businesses, 2007-2010:
Chugach Alaska Corp.: $406.8 million
USFalcon Inc.: $343.6 million
CCI Group: $337 million
NANA Regional Corp.: $262.2 million
Clement Group: $252.2 million
TEPA EC LLC: $244 million
Chenega Corp.: $235.2 million
Intuitive Research and Technology: $214.7 million
Afognak Native Corp: $185 million
Specpro Environmental Services: $184.3 million
Major contracts, 2007-2010:
CECOM Rapid Response Program: $9.4 billion
Strategic Services Sourcing: $7.7 billion
ITES-2 Services: $4.5 billion
Air Force NetCents: $3.7 billion
Army Desktop 2: $2.7 billion
ITES-2 Hardware: $2.5 billion
Field and Installation Readiness Support Team: $2.4 billion
Worldwide Satellite Systems: $1.6 billion
Defense Systems Integration Design, Development, Operations and Maintenance Support III: $1.3 billion
Stricom Omnibus Acquisition: $1.1 billion