Who won March's biggest contracts?

Contract activity picked up some momentum in the third month of 2015.

Washington Technology covered 58 awards during March, compared to 33 in February.

Despite a slight drop in the number of contracts covered, March 2015’s contract numbers were on par with March 2014’s, with 58 in March 2015 versus 66 in March 2014.

However, this continues a trend that began in January of 2015’s numbers not quite matching up to their 2014 counterparts. January 2014 saw 53 awards, but January 2015 saw 38. February 2014 saw 43 awards, but February 2015’s number dropped by ten.

Some huge contracts were awarded this month, though. To make the top 10 list in March, you had to have won a contract worth more than $249 million.  That number was $78.5 million in February. In January, it was $67.7 million.

The month was a good month for Raytheon, who holds two spots on our Top 10, both of which are high on the list.

The top contract awards for March kicks off at number 10:

10. Four small biz win $249m Army telecom contract

The Army awarded a four-year, $249 million IT support contract to four small businesses to provide enterprise IT services.

9. Northrop Grumman wins $267M contract to develop electronic warfare program

Northrop Grumman has won a $267 million contract to develop and manufacture the next-generation surface electronic warfare program for the Navy.

8. Harris wins $450M contract to support DISA crisis management system

Harris Corp. has won a potentially $450 million single award contract to provide systems engineering and program management services for DISA’s crisis management system.

7. New awards unlock $461M Army contract

Deloitte Consulting, ECS Federal Inc. and LOGC2 have been added to the $461 million Program Management Support Services 3 contract. ASI Government, Engility, Logistics Management Institute, Sysorex Government Services, Suntiva LLC and Zantech IT Services were the original winners.

6. Lockheed Martin wins $485M contract for sniper targeting pods

Lockheed Martin has won a $485 million sole source contract to provide the Air Force with sniper advanced targeting pods.

5. Raytheon to support NORAD under $700M sustainment contract

Raytheon has won a $700 million contract with the Air Force to support the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

4. Raytheon nabs $770M contract to upgrade Patriot system in Korea

Raytheon has won a $769.4 million direct commercial sale contract to upgrade a number of Patriot Air and Missile Defense Systems for the Republic of Korea.

3. Ten small businesses win spots on $851M engineering, tech acquisition support contract

Ten small businesses have won spots on a $851 million Air Force contract for engineering and technology acquisition support services contract.

The winners are:

  • Gemini Industries
  • PE Systems
  • SpectrumS4
  • Windmill International
  • Odyssey Systems Consulting Group
  • Quantech Services
  • P3I Inc.
  • Creative Computing Solutions
  • Abacus Technology Corp.
  • Oasis Systems

2. Army opens $7.2B intell contract for business

The Army is cleared to continue on with its $7.2 billion Global Intelligence Support Services contract.

The 13 full-and-open winners:

  • BAE Systems Information Solutions, McLean, Va.
  • Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean Va.
  • CACI Technologies Inc. Manassas, Va.
  • DynCorp International, McLean, Va.
  • Invertix Corp. McLean, Va.
  • Leidos, Reston, Va.
  • Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Bethesda, Md.
  • ManTech Mission, Cyber and Technology Solutions, Falls Church, Va.
  • Northrop Grumman Corp., Cyber Solutions Division, Chantilly, Va.
  • Six3 Intelligence Solutions (now part of CACI)
  • Sotera Defense Solutions, Herndon, Va.
  • SRA International, Fairfax, Va.
  • TASC Inc. (now part of Engility)

Small business winners:

  • Absolute Business Corp., Herndon, Va.
  • Archimedes Global, Wesley Chapel, Fla.
  • Calhoun International LLC, Tampa, Fla.
  • Circinus, Fredericksburg, Va.
  • Charles F. Day & Associates, Stafford, Va.
  • E&M Technologies Inc., Laurel, Md.
  • Integral Consulting Services, Gaithersburg, Md.
  • Iomaxis, Springfield, Va.
  • K-3 Enterprises Inc., Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Pluribus International Corp., Alexandria, Va.
  • The Buffalo Group, Reston, Va.

1. SEWP V take 2: NASA names 65 winners

NASA has named 65 companies winners of prime contracts under its Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract, which has been delayed by bid protests.

NOTE: NASA only awarded groups A and D in March. Click here to see the winners of groups B and C.

Group A winners:

  • Abba Technologies Inc., Albuquerque, NM
  • ACE Computers, Elk Grove Village, IL
  • Alliance Technology Group, Hanover, MD
  • Better Direct, LLC *, Tempe, AZ
  • Carahsoft Technology Corp., Reston, VA
  • CDW Government, Vernon Hills, IL
  • Counter Trade Products Inc., Arvada, CO
  • Dell Federal Systems, Round Rock, TX
  • Direct Systems Support*, San Diego, CA
  • DLT Solutions, Herndon, VA
  • DRS Technologies Inc., Melbourn, FL
  • Dynamic Systems Inc., El Segundo, CA
  • Emergent LLC, Vienna, VA
  • En Pointe Gov.*, Gardena, CA
  • Force 3 Inc., Crofton, MD
  • General Dynamics One Source LLC, Fairfax, VA
  • Global Technology Resources Inc.,  Denver, CO
  • Hewlett Packard, Herndon, VA
  • IBM Corp., Bethesda, MD
  • IMMIX Group Inc., McLean, VA
  • Intelligent Decisions*, Ashburn, VA
  • JUNOVenture LLC *, Houston, TX
  • KOI Computer, Inc. *, Lombard, IL
  • Merlin International Inc., Vienna, VA
  • NCS Technologies Inc. *, Gainesville, VA
  • PCMG, Inc., Chantilly, VA
  • PetroSys Solutions, Inc. (PSI) *,  Bellaire, TX
  • SEWP Solutions LLC, Fairfax, VA
  • SHI International Corp. *, Somerset, NJ
  • Silicon Graphics Federal LLC (SGI) *, Annapolis Junction, MD
  • Sterling Computers Corporation, Norfolk, VA
  • Transource Services Corporation *, Phoenix, AZ
  • Unicom Government, Inc. *, Herndon, VA
  • Unisys Corporation, Reston, VA
  • World Wide Technology Inc., Maryland Heights, MO
  • Zones, Inc. *, Ashburn, WA

Group D winners:

  • Accessagility LLC, Vienna, VA
  • Advanced Computer Concepts Inc., * Arlington Heights, IL
  • Affigent, LLC      Herndon, VA
  • All Points Logistics, LLC   Merritt Island, FL
  • AT&T Government Solutions *  Oakton, VA
  • Blue Tech, Inc., San Diego, CA
  • Carahsoft Technology Corporation, Reston, VA
  • CDW Government, LLC, Vernon Hills, IL
  • Connected Workplace Solutions, Inc., Chantilly, VA
  • Copper River Information Technology LLC, Eagle River, AK
  • CounterTrade Products, Inc., Arvada, CO
  • D&S Consultants, Inc.*,   Eatontown, NJ
  • DiSYS Solutions, Inc.*, Chantilly, VA
  • DLT Solutions LLC, Herndon, VA
  • DRS Technologies Inc. *, Melbourn, FL
  • Emergent, Vienna, VA
  • En Pointe Gov. Inc. *, Gardena, CA
  • Force 3, Inc., Crofton, MD
  • General Dynamics One Source LLC, Fairfax, VA
  • Global Technology Resources, Inc., Denver, CO
  • GovConnection, Inc., Rockville, MD
  • GovPlace, Reston, VA
  • Hyperion, Inc. * McLean, VA
  • IMMIX Group, Inc., McLean, VA
  • Insight Public Sector, Inc., Tempe, AZ
  • Intelligent Decisions, Inc.*, Ashburn, VA
  • Iron Bow Technologies, LLC, Chantilly, VA
  • JUNOVenture, LLC *, Houston, TX
  • MicroTechnologies, LLC, Bienna, VA
  • Namtek Corporation *,  Bedford, NH
  • Northern Technologies Group Inc., Tampa, FL
  • PCMG, Inc., Chantilly, VA
  • Presidio Networked Solutions, Inc., Greenbelt, MD
  • Red River Computer Co., Inc., Claremont, NH
  • SHI International Corporation *, Somerset, NJ
  • SMS Data Products Group, Inc., McLean, VA
  • Softchoice, Chicago, IL
  • Sterling Computers Corp., Norfolk, VA
  • Strategic Communications LLC,  Louisville, KY
  • Technica Corporation *, Dulles, VA
  • Technology Integration Group *,    San Diego, CA
  • Tribalco, LLC, Bethesda, MD
  • Unicom Government Inc. *, Herndon, VA
  • Unisys Corp., Reston, VA
  • Vology, Inc. *, Oldsmar, FL
  • VT Milcom, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA
  • Walker and Associates, Inc., Welcome, NC
  • World Wide Technology Inc., Maryland Heights, MO

Winners of both Group A and D

  • Carahsoft Technology Corporation, Reston, VA
  • CDW Government, LLC, Vernon Hills, IL
  • Counter Trade Products Inc., Arvada, CO
  • DLT Solutions, LLC, Herndon, VA
  • DRS Technologies Inc., Melbourn, FL
  • Emergent, LLC, Vienna, VA
  • En Pointe Gov. Inc. *, Gardena, CA
  • Force 3, Inc., Crofton, MD
  • General Dynamics One Source, Fairfax, VA
  • Global Technology Resources Inc., Denver, CO
  • IMMIX Group Inc., McLean, VA
  • Intelligent Decisions Inc. *, Ashburn, VA
  • JUNOVenture LLC *, Houston, TX
  • PCMG, Inc., Chantilly, VA
  • SHI International Corp.*, Somerset, NJ
  • Sterling Computers Corp.,  Norfolk, VA
  • Unicom Government Inc. *, Herndon, VA
  • Unisys Corp., Reston, VA
  • World Wide Technology Inc., Maryland Heights, MO

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