Cubic Defense Applications, Inc., San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $49,530,355 firm-fixed-priced/indefinite-delivery contract to incrementally replace the Marine Corps’s Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) and include the training systems of the Instrumented-Tactical Engagement Simulation System Increment I (I‑TESS II) and additional weapon training system capabilities. I‑TESS II equipment will be used to support direct force-on-force and force-on-target training. The I‑TESS II system will consist of no less than the following components: small arms transmitter (SAT); man-worn detection system (MDS); command and control, mobile and portable versions; and Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) building instrumentation, vehicle tracking, engagement, and association systems, hand grenade simulators, and simulated battlefield effects interface modules. The SAT will be used on the M9 pistol; M4, M16, M40, and AK-47 type rifles; the M249 squad automatic weapon; and M2 and M240G machine guns. Rocket propelled grenade and AT‑4 simulators, vehicle tracking, engagement and association systems will be used to track and/or engage vehicles and fixed structures such as towers, bridges, and facilities. The MDS and range equipment will be used to instrument the individual Marine for direct force-on-force, and force-on-target engagement adjudication and will include the ability to support instrumentation functions such as position location information reporting. The I‑TESS II system will be used in MOUT facilities and non-live fire maneuver ranges located at various Marine Corps bases and installations. Work will be performed in San Diego, Calif., and is expected to be completed in July 2016. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured with proposals solicited and three offers received. Marine Corps Systems Command, supporting Program Manager for Training Systems, Orlando, Fla., is the contracting activity (M67854-11-D-8100).
CDW‑G, Vernon Hills, Ill., is being awarded a $10,526,400 firm-fixed-price contract to procure 320 high performance Uniplexed Information and Computing System scalable processor architecture based servers to enable a technical refresh required for the Global Command and Control System and Tactical Combat Operations Systems of the Marine Corps. Current hardware has been in the field for over six years and is no longer under warranty and is now considered end-of-life. Likewise, the aging equipment is unable to keep pace with changes in operating software and increased technological capabilities and requirements. This purchase is for information technology capabilities that are not available within current Marine Corps enterprise supplies or contracts and are essential to the successful execution of command initiatives that are clearly needed. Work will be performed in Vernon Hills, Ill., and is expected to be completed 30 to 120 days after award. Contract funds in the amount of $10,526,400 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured with proposals solicited both through the General Services Administration eBuy website and the Government-Wide Point of Entry via the Navy Electronic Commerce website, with four offers received. The Marine Corps System Command, Quantico, Va., is the contracting activity (M67854-11-P-4172).
Stronghold Engineering, Inc., Riverside, Calif., is being awarded an $8,562,127 firm-fixed-price task order #0003 under a previously awarded multiple award construction contract (N62473-10-D-5483) for construction of a solar photovoltaic system at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton. The work to be performed provides for design, engineering, procurement and construction of a solar photovoltaic system. The new solar photovoltaic system shall occupy four to six acres within Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Installation Restoration Site Seven (Box Canyon). The solar photovoltaic system shall contain all balance of system components, electrical utilities, communication utilities, monitoring and metering, utility equipment building and associated equipments and devices for a complete and usable system, tested, accepted and beneficial to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. Work will be performed in Oceanside, Calif., and is expected to be completed by August 2012. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. Six proposals were received for this task order. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest, San Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity.
Magnum Construction, Inc., Broken Arrow, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0001); Acumen Enterprises, Inc., Desoto, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0002); Arnold Electric, Tulsa, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0003); Blackhawk, San Antonio, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0004); C3, L.L.C., Broken Arrow, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0005); Caddell & Co., L.L.C., Norman, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0006); Carlson Constructors Corp., Joliet, Ill. (W912L6-11-D-0007); Construction Specialist, Newalla, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0008); Diversified, Edmond, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0009); Downey, Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0010); Far East Construction Corp., Middletown, Conn. (W912L6-11-D-0011); Futurenet Group, Inc., Detroit, Mich. (W912L6-11-D-0012); GW Hastings Construction Co., Inc., Lawton, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0013); Nabholz Construction Co., Conway, Ariz. (W912L6-11-D-0014); Karrington NE, J.V., Dallas, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0015); K‑Con, Inc., North Charleston, S.C. (W912L6-11-D-0016); Kellogg Electric, L.L.C., Ada, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0017); Lee Construction & Maint Co., d.b.a. LMC of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0018); Milcon Construction, L.L.C., San Antonio, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0019); MJPM Constructors, San Antonio, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0020); Osage Pinnacle Design Group, L.L.C., Tulsa, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0021); Paragon Industrial Applications, d.b.a. PIA, Hooks, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0022); Pardee Construction, L.L.C., Tulsa, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0023); Piazza Construction, Ltd., Denison, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0024); Prudent Technologies, Inc., Kansas City, Mo. (W912L6-11-D-0025); Robinson Mechanical Contractors, Inc., d.b.a. Robinson Construction Co., Perryville, Mo. (W912L6-11-D-0026); Ryan Herring Construction, Inc., Lawton, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0027); Signature Underwriters, Inc., Lakewood, Colo. (W912L6-11-D-0028); Sturzenbecker Construction Co., Inc., Myrtle Beach, S.C. (W912L6-11-D-0029); Terra Construction, Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0030); TT/KOO, J.V., West Sacramento, Calif. (W912L6-11-D-0031); Tri-City Seal Co., Tuttle, Okla. (W912L6-11-D-0032); Triune-Beck, J.V., Dallas, Texas (W912L6-11-D-0033); Warden Construction Corp., Jacksonville, Fla. (W912L6-11-D-0034); and WB Construction & Sons, Inc., Pierre Part, La. (W912L6-11-D-0035), were awarded a $20,000,000 firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award-task-order contract between 35 contractors. The award will provide for the sustainment, maintenance, and repair services, and construction projects of various size and value for the National Guard in the state of Oklahoma. Work location will be determined with each task order, with an estimated completion date of July 19, 2016. The bid was solicited through the Internet, with 39 bids received. The National Guard Bureau, Contracting Office, Oklahoma City, Okla., is the contracting activity.
DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY
URS Federal Services, Inc., Germantown, Md., was awarded a cost-plus-incentive-fee contract with a maximum $16,503,845 for hazardous materials management services supporting the fleet readiness centers with performance occurring at Defense Logistics Agency aviation sites in Jacksonville, Fla.; Cherry Point, N.C.; and North Island, Calif. Using service is DLA Aviation. The date of performance completion is July 27, 2016. The Defense Logistics Agency Distribution, New Cumberland, Pa., is the contracting activityi (SP3300-11-C-0012).
The Jankovich Co.*, Paramount, Calif., was awarded a fixed-price with economic price adjustment contract with a maximum $13,494,008 for marine gas oil. Other locations of performance include locations in California. Using services are Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and federal civilian agencies. The date of performance completion is April 30, 2015. The Defense Logistics Agency Energy, Fort Belvoir, Va., is the contracting activity (SP0600-11-D-0363).
SERVCO FS Cooperative, Antigo, Wis., was awarded a fixed-price with economic price adjustment contract with a maximum $7,122,837 for marine gas oil. Other locations of performance include St. Ignace, Mich.; Cheboygan, Mich.; and Cleveland, Ohio. Using service is Coast Guard. The date of performance completion is April 30, 2015. The Defense Logistics Agency Energy, Fort Belvoir, Va., is the contracting activity (SP0600-11-D-0377).
The Boeing Co., Defense, Space and Security — Global Mobility Systems, Long Beach, Calif., is being awarded an $11,131,261 contract modification which provides funding for the fiscal 2011 C‑17 material improvement projects which support repair of safety of flight and other, non-emergency type deficiencies. The C‑17 Globemaster III Sustainment Partnership is designed to provide total C‑17 weapon system sustainment responsibility under a single prime contractor with the goal of achieving improvements in logistics support and mission readiness while reducing operating and support costs. ASC/WLMK, C‑17 Division, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity (FA8614-04-C-2004 PO0425).
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