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Who won July's biggest contracts?

Contract award activity slowed a bit in the seventh month of 2016, with Washington Technology reporting on 46 awards.

July’s 46 is a few awards shy of June’s 49, as well as being lower than July 2015’s 52 awards. So far, Washington Technology has covered 338 awards compared to 324 awards at this point last year.

You can track the month to month contract awards we've published in the chart below.

Month

2016 Contract awards

2015 Contract awards

2014 Contract awards

January 46

58

53

February

40

33

43

March

57

58

66

April

47

41

69

May

53

43

63

June

49

39

46

July

46

52

44

August

0

55

49

September

0

70

58

October

0

49

54

November

0

46

31

December

0

45

59

Total 338

589

635

To make the list in July, you had to have a contract with a value greater than $86 million. July’s contract threshold is higher than last month’s $84.7 million threshold.

July was a great month for Lockheed Martin, who holds sole possession of two of the top 10 contracts.

The top ten contracts of July are:

10. SAIC awarded $86M task order to provide technical support to Air Force

Science Applications International Corp. has won an $86 million task order to provide technical expertise to the Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Integration and Air Force Major Commands.

9. Out of the Fog wins $91.4M contract for R&D effort

Out of the Fog Research has won a $91.4 million contract to provide the Navy with acquisition support, systems engineering, project management, basic research, development and implementation services.

8. Information Innovators wins $100M contract to continue FDA web services support

Information Innovators Inc. has won a $100 million Web Content Management System Support Services contract to provide web services support to the Food and Drug Administration.

7. Northrop Grumman wins $103.4M counter-IED contract

Northrop Grumman has won a $103.4 million contract to continue its counter improvised explosive device support for the Navy.

6. Raytheon wins $132.5M contract to support missile defense system

Raytheon has won a $132.5 million contract to continue supporting the Missile Defense Agency’s Ballistic Missile Defense System.

5. 7 capture $142M DCMA support contract

Seven of 10 bidders have won spots on a $142 million Defense Contracts Management Agency contract for sustainment and modernization efforts.

4. CSRA nabs $180M contract to support medical research program

CSRA has won a five-year, $180 million contract to provide scientific, information technology and administrative solutions to the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP).

3. Lockheed Martin wins $344M contract to develop flight management system for FAA

Lockheed Martin has won a $344 million contract to develop and implement the Terminal Flight Data Manager system for the Federal Aviation Administration.

2. Lockheed Martin to support F-35 fleet under $560M contract

Lockheed Martin has won a $560 million contract to support the military’s F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter aircraft.

1. 30 winners named to DHS' $1.5B PACTS II IDIQ

The Homeland Security Department announced 30 awards to its $1.5 billion Program Management, Administrative, Operations, and Technical Support Services (PACTS II) department-wide contract.

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