USAUS Military contracts for FY11

AIR FORCE

Moun­tain Movers Ainesworth-Ben­ning, LLC, Rapid City, S.D. (FA4690-11-D-1005); Pro-Mark Ser­vices, Inc., West Far­go, N.D. (FA4690-11-D-1006); Rangel, JV, Rapid City, S.D. (FA4690-11-D-1007); GBK, JV, Rapid City, S.D. (FA4690-11-D-1008); and Com­plete Concrete/MAC, Rapid City, S.D. (FA4690-11-D-1009), are being award­ed max­i­mum $75,000,000 indef­i­nite-deliv­ery/in­def­i­nite-quan­ti­ty con­tracts. This action is for mul­ti­ple award con­struc­tion con­tracts, com­pet­i­tive design-build indef­i­nite-deliv­ery/in­def­i­nite-quan­ti­ty con­struc­tion acqui­si­tion base on a gen­er­al state­ment of work (fur­ther defined with­in each indi­vid­ual gen­er­al infor­ma­tion and project require­ment). Work to be per­formed under mul­ti­ple award con­struc­tion con­tract will be the gen­er­al con­struc­tion cat­e­go­ry, to include main­te­nance, repair, alter­ation, mechan­i­cal, elec­tri­cal, heating/air con­di­tion­ing, demo­li­tion, paint­ing, paving and earth­work in fam­i­ly hous­ing as well as industrial/office build­ings on Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. Bids were solicit­ed elec­tron­i­cal­ly and six were received. The 26th Con­tract­ing Squadron, Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

Aegis Tech­nolo­gies Group, Huntsville, Ala., is being award­ed a $55,259,368 cost-plus-fixed-fee con­tract for the Air Force Mod­el­ing and Sim­u­la­tion Train­ing Toolk­it. Task orders will be placed to respond com­mand and con­trol and train­ing envi­ron­ment mod­i­fi­ca­tion; third par­ty enhance­ments and inte­gra­tion; and infor­ma­tion sys­tems secu­ri­ty engi­neer­ing to incor­po­rate infor­ma­tion assur­ance require­ments; sys­tem test and eval­u­a­tion sup­port of the soft­ware deliv­er­able; soft­ware main­te­nance; plan­ning and repair of soft­ware defects such as defi­cien­cy reports; main­te­nance of the min­i­mum hard­ware specification(s); devel­op­ment of cost-ben­e­fit analy­sis; and on-site tech­ni­cal sup­port for rapid­ly field­ed base­lines at exer­cis­es and events. The con­tract was solicit­ed as a small-busi­ness set-aside and received three pro­pos­als in response to the solic­i­ta­tion. ESC/HSGK, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (FA8707-11-D-0003).

Northrop Grum­man Space and Mis­sions Sys­tems Corp., San Jose, Calif., is being award­ed a $8,797,290 cost-plus-fixed-fee con­tract mod­i­fi­ca­tion to con­tin­ue prob­lem tech­ni­cal sup­port fixed, and con­tin­ue any addi­tion­al tie line test­ing iden­ti­fied using two ASIP 1C sen­sors; buy replace­ment ASIP 1C assets; design and build one set of flight line MQ‑9 emu­la­tor sup­port equip­ment assets; and sup­port the gov­ern­ment pro­gram office that is des­ig­nat­ing and build­ing ship­ping con­tain­ers for the ASIP 2C pod, cra­dle and test stand. One firm was solicit­ed and one firm sub­mit­ted a pro­pos­al. ASC/WINK, Wright-Pat­ter­son Air Force Base, Ohio, is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (FA8620-08-C-3004, P00025).

Northrop Grum­man Sys­tems Corp., San Diego, Calif., is being award­ed a $7,152,000 fixed-price incen­tive firm con­tract mod­i­fi­ca­tion. This con­tract will pro­vide for advance pro­cure­ment long lead items asso­ci­at­ed with two Block 30 and two Block 40 Glob­al Hawk air vehi­cles; two in-line air­borne sig­nals intel­li­gence pay­load; two Mul­ti-Plat­form Radar Tech­nol­o­gy Inser­tion Pro­gram sen­sors; two in-line EISS sen­sors; and oth­er items and activ­i­ties required to pro­tect the pro­duc­tion sched­ule for Lot 10. One firm was solicit­ed and one firm sub­mit­ted a pro­pos­al. ASC/WIGK, Wright-Pat­ter­son Air Force Base, Ohio, is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty (FA8620-10-C-4000, P00006).

DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY

BAE Sys­tems Infor­ma­tion and Elec­tron­ic Sys­tems Inte­gra­tion, Inc., Burling­ton, Mass., is being award­ed a $12,946,976 cost-plus-fixed-fee con­tract (HR0011-11-C-0048). This award is for the Insight pro­gram Tech­ni­cal Area 2, Adap­tive Mul­ti­source Exploita­tion Sys­tem. The Insight pro­gram address­es a key short­fall in cur­rent intel­li­gence, sur­veil­lance and recon­nais­sance sys­tems: the lack of a capa­bil­i­ty for auto­mat­ic exploita­tion and cross-cue­ing of mul­ti-intel­li­gence sources. Work will be per­formed in Burling­ton, Mass. (87 per­cent); Austin, Texas (1 per­cent); Orlan­do, Fla. (5 per­cent); and Arling­ton, Va. (7 per­cent). Work is expect­ed to be com­plet­ed by May 20, 2013. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is the con­tract­ing activ­i­ty.

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