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No: 014-98
January 15, 1998

DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

Bergen Brunswig Medical Corporation, Lake Zurich, Ill., is being awarded a $12,279,760, firm-fixed-price modified- requirements contract for medical and surgical supplies under the Prime Vendor program. Work is expected to be completed by January 28, 1999. The Defense Personnel Support Center, Philadelphia, Pa., is the contracting activity (SPO200-96-D- 7117).

AIR FORCE

Raytheon Co., Goleta, Calif., is being awarded a $24,976,907 face value increase to a fixed-price-incentive contract to provide for the following components in support of the AN/ALE-50(V) countermeasures system on the F-16 aircraft: 283 1x2 Controllers; 481 F-16 magazines; 283 F-16 Isolation Racks; associated warranty and tooling. Contract is expected to be completed January 2000. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. Aeronautical Systems Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, is the contracting activity (F33657-96/C-0036, P00003).

NAVY

Digital System Resources, Fairfax, Va., is being awarded a $20,067,833 cost-plus-fixed-fee option to previously awarded contract N00024-96-C-6231, for the procurement of engineering services and support, materials, and spare and repair parts to design and build approximately 11 variant configurations of multipurpose processors. This is the second of four options in the contract, and brings the total cumulative value of the contract to $49,529,467. Work will be performed by Digital System Resources in Fairfax, Va. (75%), a subcontractor, Lockheed Martin Federal Systems located in Manassas, Va. (21%), and various other subcontractors (6%), and is expected to be completed by June 1999. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Arlington, Va, is the contracting activity.

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Raytheon Co., Equipment Div. HDQ, Hager Pond Facility, Marlborough, Mass., is being awarded a $5,640,406 definite-quantity order under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for spare parts for the AN/USC-38 Weapon System. Work will be performed in Marlborough, Mass., and is expected to be completed by December 2001. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was not competitively procured. The Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pa., is the contracting activity (N00039-97-D-0013) (Order EP50).

ARMY

Alliant Techsystems, Hopkins, Minn., is being awarded a $6,595,677 modification to a firm-fixed-price contract for 2,600 Heat-T M830A1 cartridges, 120 mm. This is production year five. Work will be performed in Hopkins, Minn., and is expected to be completed by May 30, 1999. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This is a sole source contract initiated on Dec. 23, 1996. The contracting activity is the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command, Picatinny Arsenal, N.J. (DAAE30-97-C-1008).

American Auto Carriers Inc., Woodcliff Lake, N.J., is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each task order), with an estimated cumulative total of $10,400,000, to provide for ocean and intermodal transportation of Defense Transportation System (DTS) cargo in support of Department of Defense and military shipper services continuous resupply to and from overseas destinations. This acquisition incorporates the services previously procured under the Uniform Commercial Rates (UCR) and Best Value Rates (BVR) contracts as well as the Army Air Force Exchanges Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency (DECA) service contracts, the Global Container Contract (GC01), the Global Shipping Contract (GS02), and the Global Interport Contract (GI03). All participating carriers must be Ocean Common Carriers within the meaning of the Shipping Act of 1984. Carriers must be capable of providing ocean, intermodal, and related transportation services. Preference for award is given to U.S. flag carriers (in compliance with the U.S. Cargo Preference Act of 1904) and participants of the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (which satisfies the requirements of the Emergency Preparedness Program). The trade routes with the largest volumes of cargo are Route 1 (from the U.S. to the Far East), Route 5 (from the U.S. East Coast to Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, and Route 6 (from the U.S. East Coast to the Western Mediterranean). The contracts have a maximum cargo limitation of 75% for any single carrier on each of these three major trade routes. Work will be performed at various locations inside and outside of the continental United States and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 1998. There were 17 bids solicited on Sept. 10, 1997, and 17 bids were received. The contracting activity is the Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va. (DAMT01-98-D-9008).

Lykes Lines Ltd., LLC, Arlington, Va., is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each task order), with an estimated cumulative total of $79,000,000, to provide for ocean and intermodal

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transportation of Defense Transportation System (DTS) cargo in support of Department of Defense and military shipper services continuous resupply to and from overseas destinations. This acquisition incorporates the services previously procured under the Uniform Commercial Rates (UCR) and Best Value Rates (BVR) contracts as well as the Army Air Force Exchanges Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency (DECA) service contracts, the Global Container Contract (GC01), the Global Shipping Contract (GS02), and the Global Interport Contract (GI03). All participating carriers must be Ocean Common Carriers within the meaning of the Shipping Act of 1984. Carriers must be capable of providing ocean, intermodal, and related transportation services. Preference for award is given to U.S. flag carriers (in compliance with the U.S. Cargo Preference Act of 1904) and participants of the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (which satisfies the requirements of the Emergency Preparedness Program). The trade routes with the largest volumes of cargo are Route 1 (from the U.S. to the Far East), Route 5 (from the U.S. East Coast to Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, and Route 6 (from the U.S. East Coast to the Western Mediterranean). The contracts have a maximum cargo limitation of 75% for any single carrier on each of these three major trade routes. Work will be performed at various locations inside and outside of the continental United States and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 1998. There were 17 bids solicited on Sept. 10, 1997, and 17 bids were received. The contracting activity is the Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va. (DAMT01-98-D-9015).

Maersk Line Ltd., Washington, D.C., is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each task order), with an estimated cumulative total of $5,600,000, to provide for ocean and intermodal transportation of Defense Transportation System (DTS) cargo in support of Department of Defense and military shipper services continuous resupply to and from overseas destinations. This acquisition incorporates the services previously procured under the Uniform Commercial Rates (UCR) and Best Value Rates (BVR) contracts as well as the Army Air Force Exchanges Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency (DECA) service contracts, the Global Container Contract (GC01), the Global Shipping Contract (GS02), and the Global Interport Contract (GI03). All participating carriers must be Ocean Common Carriers within the meaning of the Shipping Act of 1984. Carriers must be capable of providing ocean, intermodal, and related transportation services. Preference for award is given to U.S. flag carriers (in compliance with the U.S. Cargo Preference Act of 1904) and participants of the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (which satisfies the requirements of the Emergency Preparedness Program). The trade routes with the largest volumes of cargo are Route 1 (from the U.S. to the Far East), Route 5 (from the U.S. East Coast to Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, and Route 6 (from the U.S. East Coast to the Western Mediterranean). The contracts have a maximum cargo limitation of 75% for any single carrier on each of these three major trade routes. Work will be performed at various locations inside and outside of the continental United States and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 1998. There were 17 bids solicited on Sept. 10, 1997, and 17 bids were received. The contracting activity is the Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va. (DAMT01-98-D-9017).

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Matson Navigation Co., San Francisco, Calif., is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each task order), with an estimated cumulative total of $6,000,000, to provide for ocean and intermodal transportation of Defense Transportation System (DTS) cargo in support of Department of Defense and military shipper services continuous resupply to and from overseas destinations. This acquisition incorporates the services previously procured under the Uniform Commercial Rates (UCR) and Best Value Rates (BVR) contracts as well as the Army Air Force Exchanges Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency (DECA) service contracts, the Global Container Contract (GC01), the Global Shipping Contract (GS02), and the Global Interport Contract (GI03). All participating carriers must be Ocean Common Carriers within the meaning of the Shipping Act of 1984. Carriers must be capable of providing ocean, intermodal, and related transportation services. Preference for award is given to U.S. flag carriers (in compliance with the U.S. Cargo Preference Act of 1904) and participants of the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (which satisfies the requirements of the Emergency Preparedness Program). The trade routes with the largest volumes of cargo are Route 1 (from the U.S. to the Far East), Route 5 (from the U.S. East Coast to Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, and Route 6 (from the U.S. East Coast to the Western Mediterranean). The contracts have a maximum cargo limitation of 75% for any single carrier on each of these three major trade routes. Work will be performed at various locations inside and outside of the continental United States and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 1998. There were 17 bids solicited on Sept. 10, 1997, and 17 bids were received. The contracting activity is the Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va. (DAMT01-98-D-9018).

Sea-Land Service Inc., Arlington, Va., is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each task order), with an estimated cumulative total of $94,800,000, to provide for ocean and intermodal transportation of Defense Transportation System (DTS) cargo in support of Department of Defense and military shipper services continuous resupply to and from overseas destinations. This acquisition incorporates the services previously procured under the Uniform Commercial Rates (UCR) and Best Value Rates (BVR) contracts as well as the Army Air Force Exchanges Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency (DECA) service contracts, the Global Container Contract (GC01), the Global Shipping Contract (GS02), and the Global Interport Contract (GI03). All participating carriers must be Ocean Common Carriers within the meaning of the Shipping Act of 1984. Carriers must be capable of providing ocean, intermodal, and related transportation services. Preference for award is given to U.S. flag carriers (in compliance with the U.S. Cargo Preference Act of 1904) and participants of the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (which satisfies the requirements of the Emergency Preparedness Program). The trade routes with the largest volumes of cargo are Route 1 (from the U.S. to the Far East), Route 5 (from the U.S. East Coast to Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, and Route 6 (from the U.S. East Coast to the Western Mediterranean). The contracts have a maximum cargo limitation of 75% for any single carrier on each of these three major trade routes. Work will be performed at various locations inside and outside of the continental United States and is expected to be

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completed by Sept. 30, 1998. There were 17 bids solicited on Sept. 10, 1997, and 17 bids were received. The contracting activity is the Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va. (DAMT01-98-D-9020).

American President Lines, Oakland, Calif., is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each task order), with an estimated cumulative total of $36,400,000, to provide for ocean and intermodal transportation of Defense Transportation System (DTS) cargo in support of Department of Defense and military shipper services continuous resupply to and from overseas destinations. This acquisition incorporates the services previously procured under the Uniform Commercial Rates (UCR) and Best Value Rates (BVR) contracts as well as the Army Air Force Exchanges Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency (DECA) service contracts, the Global Container Contract (GC01), the Global Shipping Contract (GS02), and the Global Interport Contract (GI03). All participating carriers must be Ocean Common Carriers within the meaning of the Shipping Act of 1984. Carriers must be capable of providing ocean, intermodal, and related transportation services. Preference for award is given to U.S. flag carriers (in compliance with the U.S. Cargo Preference Act of 1904) and participants of the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (which satisfies the requirements of the Emergency Preparedness Program). The trade routes with the largest volumes of cargo are Route 1 (from the U.S. to the Far East), Route 5 (from the U.S. East Coast to Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, and Route 6 (from the U.S. East Coast to the Western Mediterranean). The contracts have a maximum cargo limitation of 75% for any single carrier on each of these three major trade routes. Work will be performed at various locations inside and outside of the continental United States and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 1998. There were 17 bids solicited on Sept. 10, 1997, and 17 bids were received. The contracting activity is the Military Traffic Management Command, Falls Church, Va. (DAMT01-98-D-9023).

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