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Who won the biggest contracts in August?

Contract activity picked up in the eighth month of 2015, with August seeing some substantial awards come to market with ceilings in the billions of dollars.

Washington Technology covered 55 awards during August, compared to 52 in July. This August’s 55 contract awards number is greater than August 2014’s 49 awards, continuing a trend that began last month with 2015’s monthly contract number being greater in comparison to the same month’s 2014 number.

Before July 2015, each month of 2015’s number of contract awards paled in comparison to its 2014 counterpart.

Here have been the numbers in previous months:

January:

2014: 53 awards

2015: 38 awards

February:

2014: 43 awards

2015: 33 awards

March:

2014: 66 awards

2015: 58 awards

April:

2014: 69 awards

2015: 41 awards

May:

2014: 63 awards

2015: 43 awards

June:

2014: 46 awards

2015: 39 awards

July:

2014: 44 awards

2015: 52 awards

August:

2014: 49 contracts

2015: 55 contracts

Some huge contracts were awarded this month. To make the top 10 list in August, you had to have won a contract worth more than $366.5 million.

Multiple award contracts take up five spots this month. 

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

10. Data Link Solutions nabs $366.5M produce, maintain MIDS system contract

Two companies have won contracts with the Navy to produce and maintain the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Low Volume Terminal.

9. Leidos wins potentially $450M to support TSA

Leidos has won a potentially $450 million contract to provide deployment of transportation security capabilities for the Transportation Security Administration’s Office of Security Capabilities.

8. Twenty-two companies nab $490M agile development contract

Twenty-two companies have won spots on a $490 million Air Force contract to support an agile acquisition program.

7. Booz Allen Hamilton wins $500M recompete to support HHS program center

Booz Allen Hamilton has won a $500 million recompete contract to support the Health and Human Services Department’s Program Support Center program.

6. ViaSat scores $514.3 contract to produce, maintain MIDS system

Two companies have won contracts with the Navy to produce and maintain the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Low Volume Terminal.

5. Honeywell wins $805.2M Navy C4ISR contract

Honeywell Technology Solutions has won a contract to install command and control equipment and systems on Navy vessels.

4. M.C. Dean wins $853.8M Navy C4ISR contract

M.C. Dean has won a contract to install command and control equipment and systems on Navy vessels.

3. GDIT wins $881M enterprise IT contract

General Dynamics Information Technology has won an $881 million contract to deliver enterprise IT in support of the U.S. Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems Extended program.

2. Four win spots on $994.7M small biz contract to support Army intel directorate

Four small businesses have won spots on a $994.7 million Army contract to support the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate.

1. 25 companies win spots on $20.9B Air Force training contract

Twenty-five companies have won spots on a $20.9 billion Air Force contract for training systems support.

The contract is the third version of the Training Systems Acquisitions program and is a partial small business set-aside contract, the Defense Department said, with 13 of the 25 winners being small businesses.

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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