February's top 10 contract awards
Month marked by smaller awards, one major protest
- By Nick Wakeman
- Mar 09, 2012
The month of February saw no billion dollar awards, but there was still plenty of action.
One company, Science Applications International Corp., found itself in five of the top 10 awards for the month, winning both single awards and multiple-award contracts.
Another contract – one of the largest of the month – is mired in a bid protest between the two largest IT players in the market.
Our countdown is based on contract awards announced during the month that were covered by Washington Technology. Click here for the January countdown.
The countdown begins now:
10. Lockheed wins $66M Army medical research contract
Lockheed Martin Corp. will outfit a medical research laboratory for the Army. The award from the Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, Ala., calls on the contractor to stand up the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases Replacement Laboratory at Fort Detrick, Md.
9. Alion wins $73.2M Navy support contract
Alion will provide professional-support services for the Navy under a one-year contract. Work includes program management, engineering, logistics, training, lifecycle management and financial management for 185 surface ships.
8. SAIC tightens CMS controls through $78M win
Science Applications International Corp. will strengthen identity and authentication procedures for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $78 million if all options are exercised.
7. A-T Solutions wins $90M job to support ‘Red Team’
A-T Solutions Inc. nabbed a contract with a $90 million ceiling by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to provide Defense Department Red Team support services. A-T will help with conducting assessments, and technical and home team support. The Red Team performs assessments from the perspective of the enemy to identify vulnerabilities in U.S. forces.
6. SAIC wins $95M technical services contract
Science Applications International Corp. will provide technical and analytic services to the Defense Department. Work will include professional, technical, analytical and executive-level administrative services to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs and other DOD components.
5. GD, SAIC share $128M Navy award
General Dynamics Information Technology and Science Applications International Corp. will compete for Navy task orders for technology support under two three-year contracts The awards call for technology insertion, software and systems engineering support.
4. CSC captures $297M Maryland Medicaid systems
Computer Sciences Corp. will help Maryland update its Medicaid management information system with a new computer system that will expedite the processing of tens of millions of dollars worth of Medicaid claims each month thanks to state approval of a new $297 million contract.
3. 5 contractors vie for $532M Patent Office work
Five companies will compete for task orders under a $532 million contract with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for systems development and integration. The USPTO Systems Development and Integration Next-Generation contract includes applications development, modernization operations and maintenance services.2. Northrop beats Lockheed for $640M CANES award
The five winners are:
Computer Sciences Corp.
Science Applications International Corp.
Navy has tapped Northrop Grumman Corp. for the first contract under its Consolidated Afloat Networks Enterprise Services contract worth nearly $640 million. The company will outfit 54 ships with new computer networks on guided-missile destroyers and multipurpose amphibious assault ships. The losing bidder, Lockheed Martin Corp. has protested the award.
And the largest contract award of February is….
1. BAE, SAIC share $698M Navy award
BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. will compete for task orders to provide engineering and software services to the Navy. Work includes engineering and prototyping integration, software integration, and technical support services.