2014 ends with flurry of contract awards
- By Mark Hoover
- Jan 05, 2015
While Washington Technology was closed for the holidays, several contracts were awarded. Here's a quick roundup of the major IT awards.
Battelle Memorial Institute won a $13 million contract to provide the Army with contractor support services for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear detection, reconnaissance, protection and decontamination systems, and contractor logistics support.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, doing business as GA-ASI, won a $375.2 million contract with the Air Force to provide contractor logistic support in support of the Predator (MQ1)/Reaper (MQ9) unmanned aerial systems.
Raytheon Co. won a $49 million option with the Navy to provide design agent, in-service support and technical engineering support services in support of the Evolved SeaSparrow Missile, which provides enhanced ship defense.
Raytheon Technical Services won a $270.5 contract to provide the Navy with V-22 software support activity systems and software engineering, avionics integration and testing, software testing, avionics acquisition support, and SSA operations.
Three companies won spots on a $180.5 million contract with the Navy to provide warfare and warfare support analyses and assessments, campaign analyses, mission-level analyses, modeling and simulation, and management and documentation support. The winners were:
Kratos Technology & Training Solutions won an $18.5 million contract with the Air Force to provide a command and control system, production and sustainment services. Kratos will upgrade and implement a data link interface between Schriever space operations centers and the Vandenberg back-up space operations center to ensure data synchronization with the capability to manage Wideband Global SATCOM telemetry processing and reporting for all on-orbit satellite data to include archiving and storage of collected information, the Defense Department said in a release.
Cubic Defense Applications won a $15.2 million contract to design, develop, integrate, and test hardware and weapons simulations source code software solely for the Royal Saudi Air Force P5 combat training system.
Boeing won a $14.5 million contract to provide the Air Force with development, engineering, maintenance and aircrew academic and simulation training.
Scitor Corp. won a $6.8 million contract with the Air Force to provide acquisition and technical services to the remote sensing directorate in the areas of program management and execution, acquisition/program planning and other requirements.
Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. won a $19 million contract modification to provide the Navy with integration services for mission packages that will deploy from and integrate with the Littoral Combat Ship.
Exelis won a $20.9 million contract with the Air Force to provide system sustainment in support of the System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator Ballistic Missile Early Warning System/PAVE Phased Array Warning System.
InDyne Inc. won a $16.8 million contact with the Air Force to provide operations and maintenance support services, training, command, control, communications, information and computer systems services, testing, modification and installation of communications, electronic and security systems at launch facilities, launch control centers and test facilities for the 30th Space Wing.
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.