Who won June's biggest contracts?
Pace of contract awards continues to rise
- By Mark Hoover
- Jul 02, 2013
June brought another steady increase in the number of contracts Washington Technology covered, continuing a trend we've followed since January.
And in terms of contract values, June was huge; to make the list, you had to have a contract worth $316 million or above.
Washington Technology covered 61 awards in June, an increase over the 52 in May, the 45 in April, the 30 in March, and the 13 in February.
This month was also a big one for Northrop Grumman and Hewlett-Packard, who both secured two spots each on our June list.
So, starting at No. 10, the countdown begins:
10. Raytheon nabs $316.5M Navy contract for missile engineering services
Raytheon Missile Systems captured this sole-sourced contract with the U.S. Navy for standard missile engineering and technical services.
The cost-plus-fixed-fee contract has a base of $75.9 million.
Under it, Raytheon will provide research and development; design, systems and production engineering; technical services; evaluation services; component improvement services; and production proofing services, the Defense Department said.
9. Northrop Grumman wins $318M task order to support DIA's IT architecture
Northrop Grumman will support software development life cycle of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s enterprise-centric information technology architecture under this task order.
The task order is an Enterprise Application Development and Integration Support task order, and has a period of performance of 4 years.
8. Lockheed wins $320M recompete for Air Force communications
Lockheed Martin retained its work with the Air Force to provide communications reliability, survivability, information capabilities and user support within the National Capital Region.
The contract has a one-year base and nine option years. The win allows Lockheed to continue providing communications services to the Air Force in the Washington, D.C., region.
Lockheed Martin's teammates include:
- APEX Systems
- Black Blade
- Comint Systems
- Dunson & Associates
- Engineering Systems Solutions (ESS)
- FGM (Geobriefer)
- Global Management Systems, Inc (GMSI)
- Ia2, Inc
- NOC Technologies
- Systems Integration, Inc (SII)
- Booz Allen Hamiton
Under the contract, Lockheed Martin will run the Network Command Center, which hosts the Air Force’s National Capital Region IT communications network used by all Air Force personnel in the Washington, D.C., region, Lockheed said.
7. Microsoft's $412.2M DISA contract includes access to source code
Microsoft has won a $412.2 million contract to provide the Defense Information Systems Agency with Microsoft Blue Badge Cardholder-support services, which will help the agency leverage a variety of proprietary resources and Microsoft source code.
The task order contract has a one-year base and four option years.
To support the leveraging of resources and source code, Microsoft will provide the agency with Microsoft Enterprise Technical Support Services, also known as METSS, which includes both Microsoft Consulting Services and Microsoft Premier Support services.
6. DRS Tactical Systems nabs $455M contract for interoperable computers
DRS Tactical Systems will support the Army Mounted Common Operating Environment initiative through this task order to produce hardware for the Mounted Family of Computer Systems.
The goal is to build secure and interoperable applications that can be rapidly developed and executed across a variety of environments.
5. Northrop Grumman nabs $490M Air Force training contract
Northrop Grumman has won a $490 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to provide follow-on support for the Combat Air Force Distributed Mission Operations and Integration program.
The contract is a Distributed Mission Operations Network 2.0 service contract, and will provide interoperability of Air Force training systems in order to meet the Air Force's training requirements.
4. HP scores a $679.8M NMCI extension
The Navy has extended Hewlett-Packard Co.’s contract to keep operating the Navy Marine Corps Intranet by another $679.8 million and two months.
The continuity of services contract, which was given to HP when the original NMCI contract expired, is continuing to be extended as the Navy works toward awarding the Next Generation Enterprise Network or NGEN.
The contract is now worth $5.6 billion, and will expire in June 2014, though some portions will continue into 2015.
3. Navy picks HP as winner of $3.5B NGEN contract
The Navy has picked Hewlett-Packard as the prime contractor on its Next Generation Enterprise Network contract worth $3.5 billion over five years.
HP Enterprise Services is the incumbent contractor on the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet, which NGEN replaces, but Navy officials emphasized that incumbency was not an advantage.
HP bested a team led by Computer Sciences Corp. and Harris Corp. No word yet on whether there will be a protest.
2. Eight win $7B contract for systems engineering
Eight companies have won a $7 billion task order with the U.S. Army contract to provide software and systems engineering services.
Under this cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, these eight companies will provide software and systems engineering services in support of the Army’s Software Engineering Center.
The winners are:
- Nexagen Networks Inc.
- Adams Communication & Engineering Technology
- AASKI Technology Inc.
- Banc 3 Inc.
- Data Tactics Corp.
- Rivera Consulting Group
- Bowhead Systems Management Inc.
- Blue Canopy Group
And the biggest contract in June 2013 is...
1. More awards for $22B Eagle contract
Six more companies have won spots on the Homeland Security Department’s $22 billion Eagle II contract.
This time, the winners are service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses in the functional Category 1 for service delivery such as integration, software development and operations and maintenance.
In this latest round, the winners and their core teammates are:
- Cambridge International Systems, Inc. (Contract No.: HSHQDC-13-D-E2030). Core teammate: Vector Planning & Services Inc.
- Knight Point Systems LLC (HSHQDC-13-D-E-2032). Core teammates: Advanced Resources Inc., Citizant Inc., FederatedIT, and Sevatec Inc.
- Leader Communications Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2033). Core teammates: Advanced Systems Technology Inc., 21st Century Technologies, Croop-LaFrance and Innovative Management Concepts.
- Technatomy Corporation (HSHQDC-13-D-E2034). Core teammates: ASET Partners Corp., MOSAIC Technologies Group, SI Tec Consulting LLC, and Graham Technologies LLC.
- Tri-Cor Industries Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2035). Core teammates: Data Matrix Solutions Inc., Soft Tech Consulting Inc., Thornberry Consulting LLC, and Venatore LLC.
- Trofholz Technologies Inc. (HSHQDC-13-D-E2036). Core teammates: Computer Consulting Operations Specialists Inc., Security Access Design LLC, and Government Network Solutions.
Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.