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No: 497-06
June 01, 2006
CONTRACTS
 
NAVY
 
            Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, New Orleans, La., is being awarded a $2,491,389,968 fixed-price incentive contract for construction of two LPD 17 Class amphibious transport dock ships (LPD 22 and 23), with long lead time materials and associated labor for a third (LPD 24).  In addition to ship production, this effort will include procurement of long lead material and also inspection, testing, storing and maintaining long lead material.  The contractor will perform material sourcing, material ordering, vendor interface and material quality assurance.  In addition, the contractor will provide the management efforts including subcontract and risk management.  Work will be performed in Pascagoula, Miss., and New Orleans, La., and is expected to be completed by October 2011.  Contract funds will not expire by the end of the current fiscal year.  The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-06-C-2222).
 
            Science Applications International Corp., San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $28,298,853 modification to an existing indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (N66001-02-D-5013) for network, interior and submarine communications engineering systems support.  The original contract included support for in-service engineering agent services to support program management, engineering, technical requirements, integrated logistics support, fabrication, and non-integrated installation for command and control, communications, computers and intelligence systems.  This modification includes one potential six-month option, which, if awarded, would bring the cumulative value of this modification to $78,389,936.  Work will be performed in San Diego, Calif., and is expected to be April 2007.  Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.  This modification was issued on a sole-source basis in accordance with the Federal Acquisitions Regulations (FAR 6.302-1).  The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity.
 
            Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Sunnyvale, Calif., is being awarded a $12,248,326 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for the United Kingdom Technical Services in support of the TRIDENT strategic weapons systems.  Work will be performed in Sunnyvale, Calif., and is expected to be completed March 2007.  Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.  This contract was not competitively procured.  The Strategic Systems Programs, Arlington, Va., is the contracting activity (N00030-06-C-0038). 
 
            SCI Technology, Inc., Huntsville, Ala., is being awarded a $9,988,870 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price contract to deliver tactical operations center inter-communications system (TOCNET) modules to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Charleston, S.C., Code 61 (C4I Systems Division).  The contract will provide for delivery of modules to support Marine Corps, command and control on-the-move network digital over-the-horizon relay, and other Marine Corps programs of record.  The ordering period under this commercial contract is expected to be completed by May 31, 2008.  Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.  This contract was a sole source acquisition, therefore, not competitively procured.  The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Charleston, S.C., is the contracting activity (N65236-06-D-6255).
 
            DG21, Dallas, Texas, is being awarded $9,348,396 for Modification A00420 under previously awarded firm-fixed-price, indefinite-quantity award fee provisions contract (N62742-98-D-4500) to exercise the eighth option period for base operating support services.  The work to be performed provides for all management, labor, administration, supervision, materials, supplies, and equipment to provide integrated base operating services at the U.S. Navy Support Facility, Diego Garcia.  After exercise of this modification, the total cumulative contract amount will be $310,551,127.  Work will be performed in Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory, and is expected to be completed by September 2006.  Contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.  The basic contract was competitively procured with 28 proposals solicited, two offers received, and award made to DG21 on March 8, 1999.  The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, is the contracting activity.
 
            Talley Defense Systems, Mesa, Ariz., is being awarded a $5,380,490 fixed-price modification to previously awarded contract (N00178-05-C-1017) for initial fielding and limited production of M72AS trainer launchers, M72AS 21mm sub-caliber trainer rockets, and M72A7 lightweight anti-tank weapons (LAW) with graze fuze function, HE, 66 mm, for the Marine Corps.  The system is a man-portable LAW that consists of a disposable launcher and rocket in one self-contained package.  The modification will add and require delivery of 2,517 additional M72A7 LAW W/Graze Fuze, for the Navy and Marine Corps.  Work will be performed at Mesa, Ariz., and is expected to be completed by May 2007.  Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.  The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Va., is the contracting activity. 
 
            The U.S. Navy is awarding indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contracts to 251 contractors that will provide for their competition for service requirements solicited by Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Strategic Systems Programs, and the Marine Corps.  The 22 functional service areas within the scope of the contracts include 1. Research and development support.  2. Engineering system engineering and process engineering support.  3. Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support.  4. Prototyping, pre-production, model-making, and fabric support.  5. System design documentation and technical data support.  6. Software engineering, development, programming, and network support.  7. Reliability, maintainability, and availability support.  8. Human factors, performance, and usability engineering support.  9.  System safety engineering support.  10. Configuration management support.  11. Quality assurance support.  12. Information system development, information assurance, and information technology support.  13. Ship inactivation and disposal support.  14. Interoperability, test and evaluation, trials support.  15. Measurement facilities, range, and instrumentation support.  16. Acquisition logistics support.  17. Supply and provisioning support.  18. Training support. 19. In-service engineering, fleet introduction, installation and checkout support.  20. Program support.  21. Functional and administrative support.   22. Public affairs and multimedia support.   These contracts are in addition to the existing 648 contracts previously awarded under the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) acquisition program for services procurements. The government estimates a maximum of $5,300,000,000 of services will be procured per year via orders issued under the SeaPort-e multiple award contracts.  The awards have a three-year base period with one five-year award term and one additional two-year award term.  These contracts were competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online, with 253 offers received and 251 contracts awarded.  Contract funds will be obligated at the time of task order award and as such, multiple funding types (with varying expiration dates) may be used, consistent with the purpose for which the funds were appropriated.  The Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Va. is the contracting activity (N00178-06-D-4669-N00178-06-D-4919).
 
            The list of contractors involved are:  ABN Technologies, Sammamish, Wash.; Acquisition Solutions Inc (ASI), Arlington, Va.; ACRD Data Systems Inc, Bonsall, Calif.; Advanced Interactive Systems, Orlando, Fla.; Advanced Reasoning (AR.I.), Waterford, Conn.; Advanced Vision Systems, Accokeek, Md.; Aeolus Systems, Clearwater, Fla.; AEPCO, Rockville, Md.; Alaska Native Technologies, Anchorage, Alaska; Alexann Inc, San Diego, Calif.; Ampac Inc, North Wales, Pa.; Andromeda Systems Incorp. (ASI), Virginia Beach, Va.; Antech Systems Inc, Chesapeake, Va.; AnviCom, Vienna, Va.; Anzus Inc, Poway, Calif.; Applied Systems Engineering Solutions ASES LLC, Gales Ferry, Conn.; Applied Technical Systems Inc, Silverdale, Wash.; Apptis Inc, Chantilly, Va.; Aptima Inc, Woburn, Mass.; Arion Systems Inc, Chantilly, Va.; Artemis Consulting LLC, San Diego, Calif.; ASEG, San Diego, Calif.; ASRC Research and Technology Solutions, Greenbelt, Md.; Automation Technologies Inc, Vienna, Va.; Avior Group, Phoenix, Ariz.; Axon GCS Corp, Chula Vista, Calif.; Azimuth Inc, Morgantown, W. Va.; Berry Engineering, Alexandria, Va.; BI Solutions Inc, Harrisburg, Pa.; BienTech International, La Jolla, Calif.; Bishop Group, Panama City, Fla.; Blackstone Group LLC, Falls Church, Va.; BLS Consultants, Virginia Beach, Va.; Blue Heron Services Inc, Hollywood, Md.; Blue Oasis Technologies, San Diego, Calif.; Burns & McDonnel, Kansas City, Mo.; C3 Inc, Camarillo, Calif.; Caldwell Technology Solutions, Bowie, Md.; Calibre, Alexandria, Va.; CapTech, Richmond, Va.; Carley Corp, Orlando, Fla.; CAS Inc, Huntsville, Ala.; Cascadia Software Inc, Tacoma, Wash.; CDO Technologies Inc, Dayton, Ohio; Censeo Consulting Group, Washington, D.C.; CEXEC, Reston, Va.; CGH Technologies, Washington, D.C.; Charles Foster Co KPS, North Charleston, S.C.; Cherokee Information Systems, Arlington, Va.; Coherent Technical Services, Inc (CTSi), Lusby, Md.; Colding Technologies, Landover, Md.; Cole Engineering Services, Orlando, Fla.; Colonna’s Shipyard Inc, Norfolk, Va.; Colsa Corp, Huntsville, Ala.; Communications Products Inc, Indianapolis, Ind.; Compass Systems Inc, Lexington Park, Md.; Control Systems Research Inc, Crestview, Fla.; Corrpro Companies Inc, Washington, D.C.; CRA Inc, Alexandria, Va.; Creative Information Technology Inc (CITI), Arlington, Va.; CTEK Industries Inc, Solomons, Md.; Davis Defense Group Inc, Quantico, Va.; Decision Engineering, Woodbridge, Va.; Decision Technologies Inc, Arlington, Va.; DME Corp, Orlando, Fla.; DOMA Technologies, Virginia Beach, Va.; Donnell Systems Inc (OCIE), South Bend, Ind.; Dot 21 Real-Time Systems Inc, Columbia, Md.; Droidan, Alexandria, Va.; DS Information Systems, Honolulu, Hawaii; Dynamic Solutions LLC, Silver Spring, Md.; Dynamics Analytics & Test Inc, Arlington, Va.; E&E Enterprises Global Inc, Hampton, Va.; East Coast Repair & Fabrication Inc, Norfolk, Va.; EMC Management, Sterling, Va.; Encore Solutions Inc, Rockville, Md.; Engineering Management Concepts, Camarillo, Calif.; Enspire Consulting Group Inc, San Marcos, Calif.; Entegriti Inc, Herndon, Va.; E-Sci Corp, Bethesda, Md.; Garcia Information, Indian Head, Md.; GCAS, San Marcos, Calif.; George Consulting Ltd, Severn, Md.; Georgia Tech Research Inst, Atlanta, Ga.; Gestalt LLC, King of Prussia, Pa.; Global Technology and Management Resources (GTMR), Hollywood, Md.; Govplace, Irvine, Calif.; Greystones Consulting, Washington, D.C.; H2 IT, Orlando, Fla.; Harrington Group, Orlando, Fla.; Homeland Security Solutions, Hampton, Va.; Honeywell Technology, Columbia, Md.; HSI Electric Inc, Honolulu, Hawaii; I Prise Communications, Santa Paula, Calif.; Ian, Evan & Alexander Corp (IEA), Longmont, Colo.; IME Investment Management Enterprise, Richmond, Va.; In Scope Solutions, Reston, Va.; Infinite Group Inc, Vienna, Va.; Infotech Systems Corp, Summerville, S.C.; Innovative Multimedia Services (IMS), North Charleson, S.C.; Innovative Reasoning LLC, Panama City, Fla.; Innovative Technology Applications Inc, Springfield, Va.; Integrated Systems Solutions, Mechanicsville, Md.; Intekras Inc, Sterling, Va.; International Systems Management Corp, Boyds, Md.; iO Technologies, Dahlgren, Va.; Irus Group Inc, Sterling, Va.; IT Support Pros, San Diego, Calif.; Ivent Solutions LLC, San Diego, Calif.; JBR Solutions Inc, Lorton, Va.; Jessico Inc, Norfolk, Va.; JLM Information Systems Inc (JLM), Alexandria, Va.; John C. Bucelato, LLC, Yorktown, Va.; Jove Sciences Inc, Carson City, Nev.; JTSI Inc, Kailua, Hawaii; Kalman & Company Inc, Virginia Beach, Va.; Ke Think SFS, Lexington Park, Md.; Key Solutions, Upper Marlboro, Md.; K-Lo Inc, Pensacola, Fla.; Knowledge Connections Inc, Stafford, Va.; Knowledge Systems Solutions Inc, San Diego, Calif.; Knowledge Tech Inc, Tampa, Fla.; KPN Networks Inc, Ventura, Calif.; KR Systems Inc, Lovettsville, Va.; LABBLEE Corp, Cambridge, Mass.; Lafayette Group, Vienna, Va.; Logtec, Fairborn, Ohio; Luke Crews Inc dba Advanced Tech, Analysis & Comp (ATAC), Ridgecrest, Calif.; M2 Consulting Corp, San Diego, Calif.; MAC Consulting Services Inc, Fairfax, Va.; MACB, Dayton, Ohio; Main Industries, Hampton, Va.; Mainsail LLC, Cleveland, Ohio; Management Technology Inc (MTI), Clinton, Md.; Manufacturing Technologies (M-TEQ), Reedville, Va.; Marine Design Dynamics Inc, Washington, D.C.; Maritime Applied Physics Corp, Baltimore, Md.; MBK Consultants, Las Vegas, Nev.; Mc Neil Technologies, Springfield, Va.; McDonough Bolyard Peck, Columbia, Md.; McKenzie Systems Engineering Associates (MSEA), Oxnard, Calif.; MCR Federal LLC, McLean, Va.; Merdan Group Inc, San Diego, Calif.; Merrill Dean Consulting, Alexandria, Va.; Metron Inc, Reston, Va., Micro USA Inc, Poway, Calif.; Milvets System Tech Inc, Lanham, Md.; Minerva Engineering, Gilbert, Ariz.; Mission Critical Technologies, El Segundo, Calif.; MKI Systems, Woodbridge, Va.; Mnemonics, Alexandria, Va.; Momentum Inc, Camp Hill, Pa.; Moo-Young Consulting (MYI), Chester, Pa.; Morgan Franklin, McLean, Va.; N S Microwave, Spring Valley, Calif.; National Sourcing Inc, Tampa, Fla.; Natural SPI, Tucson, Ariz.; Naval Automation Group, Norfolk, Va.; NCR Government Systems LLC, Germantown, Md.; NEK Advanced Securities Group, Albuquerque, N.M.; Next Wave Systems LLC, Pekin, Ind.; Nova Engineering Inc, Cincinnati, Ohio; Nova Technologies, Panama City, Fla.; Numerex, Albuquerque, N.M.; Observera Inc, Chantilly, Va.; Ocean State Technology Corp, Providence, R.I.; ORSA Corporation, Aberdeen, Md.; Pacific Crossing LLC, Irvine, Calif.; Pacific Science & Engineering, San Diego, Calif.; Paradigm Solutions, Rockville, Md.; Parker Group Inc, Kekaha, Hawaii; Perpetual Technologies Inc, Indianapolis, Ind.; Phoenix Data Corp, Indianapolis, Ind.; Pinnacle Network Systems, Norfolk, Va.; Plexus Com/Group, Baltimore, Md.; Price Systems LLC, Arlington, Va.; PRN Associates, Inc, Indianapolis, Ind.; Promia Inc, San Francisco, Calif.; Pro-telligent LLC, Arlington, Va.; Puritan Research, Vienna, Va.; R.L. Phillips Inc, Carlsbad, Calif.; Radiant Blue Technologies, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Regis & Associates PC, Washington, D.C.; Rentfrow Inc, Ventura, Calif.; Rising Edge Technologies, Herndon, Va.; RLW Inc, State College, Pa.; Rohrbach Group Inc, Poway, Calif.; Rolands & Associates Corp, Monterey, Calif.; RTR Technologies, Aberdeen, Md.; Ryan Consulting Group, Carmel, Ind.; San Diego City College, San Diego, Ill.; San Diego Research Center, San Diego, Calif.; Savvee Consulting Inc, South Riding, Va.; Science & Engineering Tech Inc, Fairfax Station, Va.; S.C.RA, North Charleston, S.C.; Sensormatic Hawaii Inc, Aiea, Hawaii; Serrano IT Services, Bellevue, Neb.; SGT Inc, Greenbelt, Md.; SI International, Reston, Va.; Siena Group LLC, Melbourne, Fla.; Simigon Inc, Orlando, Fla.; Simpler Consulting Inc, Alexandria, Va.; Simulation Systems Technologies Inc, Voorhees, N.J.; Skill Storm Government Services, Vienna, Va.; SMS Data Products Group Inc, Sterling, Va.; Spartacus Consulting, Carson City, Nev.; Spectrum Sciences Inc, California, Md.; SRS Technologies, Newport Beach, Calif.; Strategic Engineering Systems, Alexandria, Va.; STS International, St Petersburg, Fla.; STV Inc, Douglassville, Pa.; Subsidum, Front Royal, Va.; Sweet Analysis Services Inc (SASI), Alexandria, Va.; Syneren Technologies Corp, Shrewsbury, Mass.; Synergist Technology Group, Peckville, Pa.; Synesis 7, Butte, Mont.; System Services Integration Corp, Harrisburg, Pa.; System Technology Solutions Inc (STS), San Antonio, Texas; Systems Applications & Solutions, Charleston, S.C.; Systems Engineering & Management Co (SEMCO), Vista, Calif.; Systems Planning Corp, Arlington, Va.; Systems Plus Inc, Rockville, Md.; Tech Wizards, La Plata, Md.; Technical & Project Engineering LLC, McLean, Va.; Technical Software Services Inc (TechSoft), Pensacola, Fla.; Technik, Reston, Va.; Technology Farm Inc, Tewksbury, Mass.; Technology Security Associates Inc, Lexington Park, Md.; Technomics, Arlington, Va.; Thomas Jablonski LLC, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Thomas Security Consultants, Woodbridge, Va.; Tran Tech, Alexandria, Va.; Trident Research LLC, Austin, Texas; Trident Systems Inc, Fairfax, Va.; Triumph Enterprises, Fairfax, Va.; Trofholz Tech, Rocklin, Calif.; Trulogic Inc, Beavercreek, Ohio; Truston Technologies, Lafayette, La.; Tyonek Solutions, Anchorage, Alaska; Vector CSP, Elizabeth City, N.C.; Vero Tek Systems, San Diego, Calif.; Virtual Reality Medical Center, San Diego, Calif.; Visual Concepts LLC, Ventura, Calif.; Visual Eyes, Westlake Village, Calif.; Volant Systems LLC, Grove City, Pa.; Vox Optima, Tijeras, N.M.; Wartsila Lips Inc, Chesapeake, Va.; Wenzlau Engineering, South Pasadena, Calif.; Werner Anderson Inc, Gloucester, Va.; Wexford Group International, Vienna, Va.; Williams Pyro Inc, Fort Worth, Texas
 
AIR FORCE
 
            McDonnell Douglas Corp., St Louis, Mo., is being awarded a $70,000,000 cost plus fixed fee and firm fixed price contract.  This indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity basic contract is for aircraft integration for the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) weapon system.  The Air Force can issue delivery orders totaling up to the maximum amount indicated above.  Solicitations began January 2006 and negotiations were complete in May 2006.  This work will be complete April 2011.  Air Armament Center, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., is the contracting activity.  (FA8681-06-D-0021)
 
            McDonnell Douglas Corp., Long Beach, Calif., is being awarded a $19,000,000 cost plus fixed fee contract modification.  This is a modification to the C-17 Globemaster III Sustainment Partnership (GSP) contract to incorporate the CY06 Block 14-16 Global Reach Improvement Program (GRIP) retrofit projects.  The CY06 Block 14-16 GRIP Projects incorporate retrofit efforts for the following five projects: 1) Mobility 2000 (M2K airline operational capability and printer, 2) Secure enroute communications, package improved, 3)  Communications open systems architecture, 4) Weather radar replacement, 5) Stabilizer struts system redesign.  At this time, $9,500,000 has been obligated.  This work will be complete March 2008.  Headquarters Aeronautical Systems Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity.  (FA8614-04-C-2004/P00115)
 
            ATK Thiokol Propulsion, Corinne, Utah, is being awarded a $17,572,444 cost plus fixed fee contract modification.  This action provides for research and development, the research and development effort seeks to evaluate technologies in an advanced 3rd stage configuration that might be applicable as a replacement to the third stage of an existing Minutemean III rocket system.  Phase II involves detailed design test and manufacturing reviews of motor hardware to be fabricated.  The reviews shall include detailed drawings, analysis, and any data generated to support the design of hardware to be test fired.  The contractor will fabricate motor and test hardware and conduct any checkout testing identified in the preliminary Phase II test and instrumentation plan and coordinate test requirements with the Air Force.  This action exercises the Phase II Option of the contract and implements a period of performance form 1 June 2006 through 31 May 2010.At this time, total funds have been obligated.  This work will be complete May 2010.  Headquarters 526th ICBM Systems Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is the contracting activity.  (FA8204-06-C-0013/P00001)
 
            Aerojet General Corp., Sacramento, Calif., is being awarded a $17,499,931 cost plus fixed fee contract modification.  This action provides for Research and Development, The Research and Development effort seeks to evaluate technologies in an advanced 3rd stage configuration that might be applicable as a replacement to the third stage of an existing Minuteman III rocket system.  Phase II involves detailed design test and manufacturing reviews of motor hardware to be fabricated.  The reviews shall include detailed drawings, analysis, and any data generated to support the design of hardware to be test fired.  The contractor will fabricate motor and test hardware and conduct any checkout testing identified in the preliminary Phase II test and instrumentation plan and coordinate test requirements with USAF.  This action exercises the Phase II Option of the contract and implements a period of performance form 1 June 2006 through 31 May 2010.  This work will be complete by May 2010.  Headquarters 526th ICBM Systems Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is the contracting activity.  (FA8204-06-C-0014/P00001)
 
ARMY
 
            Harris Radio Corp., Rochester, N.Y., was awarded on May 31, 2006, a delivery order amount of $7,833,682 as part of a $32,000,000 firm-fixed-price contract for the M31E2 Joint Biological Point Detection System/Biological Integrated Detection Systems High Frequency Radio.  Work will be performed in Rochester, N.Y., and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 2010.  Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.  This was a sole source contract initiated on April 6, 2006.  The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., is the contracting activity (W911SR-05-D-0002).