Who won October's biggest contracts?
- By Mark Hoover
- Nov 05, 2014
October saw a modest decrease in the number of contract awards being reported from September, a historically busy month due to the end of the fiscal year.
In October, we reported on 54 contract awards, just below September’s 58.
To make the top 10 list this time around, you had to have won a contract worth more than $116.5 million.
Of all of the top 10 contracts, one was a state contract, one was awarded by a civilian agency, and all of the others were defense agencies or military.
Also of note is that SAIC made the list twice with two contracts both awarded by the Defense Logistics Agency.
The top contract awards for October kicks off at number 10:
10. HP wins $116.5M contract for California prisoner management system
HP Enterprise Services has won a $116.5 million contract to continue to manage California’s Strategic Offender Management System.
9. NCI wins $125M NETCOM cyber operations contract
NCI Inc. has won a $125 million contract to support the Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM).
8. Northrop to provide four radar systems to Navy under $207.3M contract
Northrop Grumman has won a $207.3 million contract to provide the Navy with four ground/air task-oriented radar systems (G/ATOR).
7. SAIC to support fleet readiness centers under potentially $240M contract
SAIC has won a contract potentially worth $240 million from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide the Navy’s fleet readiness centers with supply chain management and logistics support.
6. SAIC wins $282M contract to reduce DLA logistics costs
Science Applications International Corp. has won a $282 million to reduce logistics costs for the Defense Logistics Agency.
5. Northrop Grumman to support Global Hawk UAV under $306.1M contract
Northrop Grumman has won a $306.1 million sole source contract to provide logistics to the Air Force in support of the Global Hawk UAV.
4. DLT Solutions wins $322M Navy BPA for Symantec software licenses, support
DLT Solutions has won a blanket purchase agreement and enterprise license agreement that could be worth $322 million to provide Symantec software licenses and support to the Navy and Marine Corps.
3. DynCorp wins $443.3M maintenance, logistics contract
DynCorp International has won a $443.3 million contract to provide aircraft maintenance and logistics support to the Naval Air Systems Command’s Chief of Naval Air Training.
2. Three companies win $960M contract to support geospatial intelligence
Three companies have won spots on a $960 million IDIQ contract to support the Air Force’s Advanced Technical Exploitation Program II (ATEPS II).
The winners are:
- Radiance Technologies
- Integrity Applications Inc.
- Invertix Corp.
1. NASA makes SEWP V awards to 73 companies
NASA has named 73 companies winners of its $20 billion SEWP V contract for hardware, software and related services.
The company has made awards in three groups, and some of the companies have won in more than one category.
Overall, NASA has made 97 awards to 73 companies, with twenty companies winning in two categories, and two companies winning in three.
The awards came in two batches with 43 winners in batch one and 41 awards in batch two. Click here for a link to a spreadsheet with all the winners.
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.