US Military contracts for FY11

AIR FORCE

Lock­heed Mar­tin Corp., Fort Worth, Texas, is being award­ed a $600,000,000 dol­lar firm-fixed-price, time-and-mate­r­i­al and cost-plus-fixed-fee con­tract for a For­eign Mil­i­tary Sales pro­gram that will pro­vide the gov­ern­ment of Oman with fol­low­ing: 12 F‑16 C/D Block 50 Mul­ti-Role Fight­er Air­craft (10 C mod­els, two D mod­els); sup­port equip­ment; tech­ni­cal orders; and inte­grat­ed logis­tics sup­port. The loca­tion of the per­for­mance is Fort Worth, Texas. Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed Nov. 30, 2016. This was a sole-source acqui­si­tion. There­fore, one pro­pos­al was received. ASC/WWMK, Wright-Pat­ter­son Air Force Base, Ohio, is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (FA8615-12-C-6011).

The Boe­ing Co., Seat­tle, Wash., is being award­ed a $50,370,939 firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, time-and-mate­r­i­al con­tract for the instal­la­tion and check out of Group A and B Radar Sys­tem Improve­ment Pro­gram kits for The Roy­al Sau­di Air Force fleet of five Air­borne Warn­ing and Con­trol Sys­tem air­craft. The loca­tion of the activ­i­ty is Seat­tle, Wash. Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed Oct. 28, 2013. This was a sole-source acqui­si­tion. There­fore, one pro­pos­al was received. ESC/HBSK, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (F19628-01-D-0016, Deliv­ery Order 0080).

Lock­heed Mar­tin Corp., Mari­et­ta, Ga., is being award­ed a $10,489,784 firm-fixed-price con­tract for con­trac­tor engi­neer­ing and tech­ni­cal ser­vices (CETS) in sup­port of the C‑5, C‑130, and C‑27J air­craft for the Air Force at var­i­ous bases locat­ed in the con­ti­nen­tal Unit­ed States. CETS are pro­vid­ed, usu­al­ly by the orig­i­nal man­u­fac­tur­er, to ele­vate the skills and abil­i­ties of Air Force mil­i­tary and civil­ian per­son­nel, so they can become self-suf­fi­cient in sys­tem main­te­nance. The loca­tion of the per­for­mance is Mari­et­ta, Ga. Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed Dec. 31, 2014. This was a sole-source acqui­si­tion. There­fore, one pro­pos­al was received. ASC/PKESN, Wright-Pat­ter­son Air Force Base, Ohio, is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (FA8604-12-D-7960).

NAVY

Sci­en­tif­ic Research Corp., Atlanta (N65236-11-D-4807); Sci­ence Appli­ca­tions Inter­na­tion­al Corp., McLean, Va. (N65236-11-D-4808); Con­cur­rent Tech­nolo­gies Corp., John­stown, Pa. (N65236-11-D-4809); and Gen­er­al Dynam­ics Infor­ma­tion Tech­nol­o­gy, Fair­fax, Va. (N65236-11-D-4810), are each being award­ed an indef­i­nite-deliv­ery/in­def­i­nite-quan­ti­ty, cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm-fixed-price, mul­ti­ple award con­tract for joint bas­ing and tech­nol­o­gy tran­si­tion sup­port for pro­gram man­age­ment, com­mand, con­trol, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, com­put­er, intel­li­gence, sur­veil­lance, and recon­nais­sance sys­tems and tech­ni­cal sup­port, joint base plan­ning sup­port, mate­r­i­al tech­nol­o­gy and test­ing, infor­ma­tion tech­nol­o­gy ser­vices, Spe­cial Oper­a­tions Com­mand and Joint Warfight­er advanced train­ing and edu­ca­tion sup­port, and tech­nol­o­gy research man­age­ment. Each con­trac­tor will be award­ed $25,000 at the time of award. These con­tracts include options, which, if exer­cised, would bring the cumu­la­tive val­ue of these con­tracts to an esti­mat­ed $230,000,000. Work will be per­formed in Charleston, S.C. (48 per­cent), Tam­pa, Fla. (38 per­cent), and Nor­folk, Va. (14 per­cent), and is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed by Decem­ber 2012. If all options are exer­cised, work could con­tin­ue until Decem­ber 2016. Con­tract funds will expire at the end of the cur­rent fis­cal year. The mul­ti­ple award con­tracts were com­pet­i­tive­ly pro­cured by full and open com­pe­ti­tion via the Space and Naval War­fare Sys­tems Cen­ter e‑Commerce Cen­tral web site and the Fed­er­al Busi­ness Oppor­tu­ni­ties web site, with six offers received. The Space and Naval War­fare Sys­tems Cen­ter Atlantic, Charleston, S.C. is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Lock­heed Mar­tin Mis­sion Sys­tems and Sen­sors, Owego, N.Y., is being award­ed a $72,200,480 firm-fixed-price mod­i­fi­ca­tion to a pre­vi­ous­ly award­ed advance acqui­si­tion con­tract (N00019-11-C-0020) to pro­vide for the acqui­si­tion of fis­cal 2013 long-lead mate­r­i­al and asso­ci­at­ed efforts required for the pro­duc­tion and deliv­ery of MH-60R Lot 11 mis­sion avion­ics systems/common cock­pit kits, and MH-60S Lot 15 com­mon cock­pit kits. Work will be per­formed in Owego, N.Y. (57 per­cent); Farm­ing­dale, N.Y. (26 per­cent); Wood­land Hills, Calif. (4 per­cent); Ciu­dad Real, Spain (3 per­cent); East Syra­cuse, N.Y. (2 per­cent); Vic­tor, N.Y. (2 per­cent); Everett, Wash. (1 per­cent); Strat­ford, Conn. (1 per­cent); St. Charles, Mo. (1 per­cent); Lewisville, Texas (1 per­cent); Ben­ning­ton, Vt. (1 per­cent); and var­i­ous loca­tions through­out the Unit­ed States (1 per­cent). Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed in Decem­ber 2012. Con­tract funds will not expire at the end of the cur­rent fis­cal year. The Naval Air Sys­tems Com­mand, Patux­ent Riv­er, Md., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Force Pro­tec­tion Indus­tries, Inc., Lad­son, S.C., is being award­ed a $61,569,512 firm-fixed-price mod­i­fi­ca­tion under pre­vi­ous­ly award­ed con­tract (M67854-07-D-5031) for a 12-month renew­al of 177 field ser­vice rep­re­sen­ta­tives (FSR) to install inde­pen­dent sus­pen­sion sys­tems; con­duct bat­tle dam­age assess­ment and repair; install block mod­i­fi­ca­tion kits; and per­form main­te­nance to bring vehi­cles back to full mis­sion capa­ble sta­tus on the Cougar Mine Resis­tant Ambush Pro­tect­ed (MRAP) vehi­cle fleet. The mod­i­fi­ca­tion also pro­vides for FSR spon­sor­ship, lodg­ing, vehi­cle, bus, and heavy equip­ment rentals. All work will be per­formed at the MRAP sus­tain­ment facil­i­ty in Kuwait, and is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed Dec. 31, 2012. The fis­cal 2012 Oper­a­tions and Main­te­nance Marine Corps funds in the amount of $61,569,512 will expire at the end of the cur­rent fis­cal year. Marine Corps Sys­tems Com­mand, Quan­ti­co, Va., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Detyens Ship­yard, Inc., North Charleston, S.C., is being award­ed a $7,908,907 firm-fixed-price con­tract for a 55-cal­en­dar day reg­u­lar over­haul/dry-dock­ing of Mil­i­tary Sealift Com­mand fleet replen­ish­ment oil­er USNS Big Horn. This ship­yard avail­abil­i­ty is pri­mar­i­ly for ship main­te­nance and repairs. Work will include car­go and bal­last tank preser­va­tion; 54,000-hour engine main­te­nance; main engine clutch and cou­pling over­haul; car­go con­sole cable replace­ment; car­go con­sole sys­tem mechan­i­cal repair; gyro sys­tem replace­ment; fath­ome­ter replace­ment; and clean­ing and paint­ing of the under­wa­ter hull. Big Horn’s pri­ma­ry mis­sion is to pro­vide fuel to Navy ships at sea and jet fuel for air­craft assigned to air­craft car­ri­ers. This con­tract includes options, which, if exer­cised, would bring the cumu­la­tive val­ue of this con­tract to $9,222,661. Work will be per­formed in North Charleston, S.C., and is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed by Feb. 28, 2012. Con­tract funds will not expire at the end of the fis­cal year. This con­tract was a small busi­ness set-aside, with more than 50 com­pa­nies solicit­ed via a post­ing to the Fed­er­al Busi­ness Oppor­tu­ni­ties web­page, with and two offers received. The U.S. Navy’s Mil­i­tary Sealift Fleet Sup­port Com­mand, a field activ­i­ty of Mil­i­tary Sealift Com­mand, is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (N40442-12-C-1001).

DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

J‑Line Pump Co.*, Col­lierville, Tenn., was award­ed a firm-fixed-price, indef­i­nite-deliv­ery/in­def­i­nite-quan­ti­ty con­tract with a max­i­mum $18,380,790 for fuel and water pump assem­blies. There are no oth­er loca­tions of per­for­mance. Using ser­vice is Army. There were five respons­es to the pro­posed solic­i­ta­tion. Type of appro­pri­a­tion is fis­cal 2012 Army work­ing cap­i­tal funds. The date of per­for­mance com­ple­tion is Dec. 14, 2016. The Defense Logis­tics Agency Land, War­ren, Mich., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (SPRDL1-12-D-0009).

*Small busi­ness

Source:
U.S. Depart­ment of Defense
Office of the Assis­tant Sec­re­tary of Defense (Pub­lic Affairs)

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