Who won September's biggest contracts?
- By Mark Hoover
- Oct 09, 2014
As expected, contract award momentum picked up a great deal in September as the fourth and final quarter of fiscal 2014 came to a close.
In September we reported on 58 contract awards, a head-and-shoulders increase over August’s 46.
To make the top 10 list this time around, you had to have won a contract more than $118.1 million.
Of all of the top 10 contracts, nine were awarded by some branch of the military.
The top contract awards for September kicks off at number 10:
10. AAI Corp. to assist Navy with unmanned minesweep system
AAI Corp. has won a potentially $118.1 million contract to support the Navy’s Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS).
9. Leidos nabs $150M contract to support Army anti-IED system
Leidos has won a $150 million contract to support the Army’s Saturn Arch effort to battle improvised explosive devices.
8. Lockheed wins $158.8M Navy contract for radar systems
Lockheed Martin has won a potentially $158.8 million contract to produce and field Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 systems for the Navy.
7. CACI International nabs $212M enterprise IT BPA to support DHS
CACI International has nabbed a $212 million blanket purchase agreement to provide desktop support services to the Homeland Security department.
6. GD captures $311M sub design, support work
General Dynamics’ wholly owned subsidiary Electric Boat received a $311 million contract from the Navy to providing engineering and technical support for nuclear submarines.
5. Northrop Grumman wins $354M contract to increase Air Force's Global Hawk fleet
Northrop Grumman has won a $354 million contract to add three more RQ-4 Global Hawk UAVs to the Air Force’s fleet.
4. PAE wins $359M contract to support Navy test range
PAE has won a potentially $359 million contract to support the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Atlantic Test Range and Atlantic Targets and Marine Operations Division.
3. SAIC wins $423.8M recompete
Science Applications International Corp. has hung on to a lucrative contract to provide the military with a variety of logistics support and base maintenance services.
2. Eleven companies win spots on $444M T&E contract
Eleven companies have won spots on a $444 million contract to provide test and evaluation support to the Army.
The winners are:
American Systems Corp.
Beshenich Muir Associates LLC
Dynamics Research Corp.
Geeks and Nerds Corp.
Joint Research and Development Inc.
Logistics Systems Inc.
Man-Machine Systems Assessment Inc.
Survice Engineering Company LLC
1. 21 win $7.2B Army intell contract
In an effort to acquire the best global intelligence support it can, the Army has awarded eleven large and ten small businesses spots on a five-year, $7.2 billion contract for global intelligence support services acquisition.
The large business portion of the contract is worth $5 billion. The winners are:
The winners are:
The small business portion of the contract is worth $2.2 billion. The winners are:
Absolute Business Corp.
Charles F. Day & Associates
Integral Consulting Services
Pluribus International Corp.
The Buffalo Group