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Who won November's biggest contracts?

Contract award activity continued to slow down in November with Washington Technology reporting on 33 awards.

November 2016’s 33 awards is also less than November 2015’s 46 awards. Washington Technology has covered 527 awards so far this year, compared to 544 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

44

55

49

September

72

70

58

October

40

49

54

November

33

46

31

December

0

45

59

Total 527

589

635

To make the list in November, you had to have a contract with a value greater than $79 million. November’s contract threshold is lower than last month’s $206.6 million threshold.

The top ten contracts of November are:

10. CACI nabs $79M Army task order to support information warfare directorate

CACI International has won a $79 million task order to support the U.S. Army Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate.

9. S4 Inc. nabs $99M IT management support contract

S4 Inc. has won a $99 million contract to provide information technology systems management to two Air Force commands.

8. ENSCO wins $145M systems engineering, integration contract

ENSCO has won a $145 million contract to support the Space and Missile Systems Center Range and Network Division.

7. Fulcrum IT Services picks up $168M task order to support JIDO

Fulcrum IT Services has won a $168.1 million task order to support the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization.

6. Air Force adds $200M to cyber research contracts

Five companies got a nice boost to a multiple award contract they hold when the Air Force added another $200 million to the ceiling of a cybersecurity research contract.

5. Three win $240M contract for professional engineering services

Three companies have won spots on a $240 million contract to provide professional engineering services to the Washington Headquarters Services.

4. Eight win $285M contract to support Energy Information Administration

Eight companies have won spots on a $285 million contract to provide the Energy Information Administration with program management, technical expertise and survey operations support.

3. ManTech wins $322M contract to provide NGA with IT support, cybersecurity

ManTech International has won a $322 million contract to support the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

2. Protest victory opens door for CACI on $446M Air Force contract

CACI International has survived a protest of a $446 million contract to provide operations, maintenance and sustainment to the Air Force Satellite Control Network.

1. Lucky 13 win $1.5B DHS Agile software contract

Thirteen companies have won the Homeland Security Department’s $1.5 billion Flexible Agile Support for the Homeland contract, known as FLASH.

 

 

 

For more contract awards, see our WT Insider-exclusive Contract Award Database, featuring every award we have covered since January 2013.

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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