Who won August's biggest contracts?
- By Mark Hoover
- Aug 29, 2014
Contract award momentum picked up in August as fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 enters its most hectic period.
August saw 46 contracts being reported, a modest increase over July’s 44.
To make the list this time around, you had to have won a contract more than $120 million.
While most of the awards were from federal agencies, there was one big contract awarded by a state government.
The top contract awards for August kicks off at number 10:
10. Dell Federal wins $120M contract to provide CDC with IT infrastructure
Dell has won a $120 million contract with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide the agency with IT infrastructure, application and user support services.
9. Raytheon wins $130M to build new toll system in Massachusetts
Raytheon has won a $130 million contract to provide Massachusetts with an all electronic tolling system.
8. State taps DynCorp for global IT services under $165M task order
DynCorp International has won a $165 million task order to provide global IT services to the State Department’s Bureau of Information Resource Management.
7. Cubic Corp. wins $200M IDIQ to provide Army with training system
Cubic Corp. has won a potentially $200 million contract to supply the Army with the Army Mobile Instrumented Training System.
6. Aerospace Testing Alliance wins $224M option to support Air Force complex
Aerospace Testing Alliance has won a $224 million option to support the Air Force’s Arnold Engineering Development Complex in Manchester, Tenn.
5. Eight win $250M NOAA contract for hydrographic surveying services
Eight companies have won a $250 million contract to provide hydrographic surveying services to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Coast Survey. Click here to see who won.
4. Lockheed wins $340M extension to NASA operations assistance work
Lockheed Martin has won a $340 million contract extension to continue providing NASA with facilities development and operations support of human spaceflight missions at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
3. Harris scores $450M contract to support DISA crisis management system
Harris Corp. has won a $450 million contract to provide engineering, maintenance and program management support to the Defense Information Systems Agency.
2. Exelis to provide IT support to Army Corps of Engineers under $517M contract
Exelis has won a $517 million contract to provide the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with enterprise information management and information technology support services.
1. Five win $2.5B contract to consolidate Navy afloat networks
Five companies have won an eight-year $2.5 billion contract to provide the Navy with Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) production units. Click here to see who won.
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.