Booz Allen & Hamilton, McLean, Va. (F41624-01-D-8534); Dyncorp Information and Enterprise Technology Inc., Reston, Va. (F41624-01-D-8535); Portage Environmental Inc., Idaho Falls, Idaho (F41624-01-D-8537); and Texas Environmental Action and Management LLC, San Antonio, Texas (F41624-01-D-8538), are being awarded a $150,000,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quality contract to provide for a full range of advisory and assistance services (entitled Global Engineering, Integration and Technical Assistance Program). This effort will support all aspects and requirements of the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE) environmental service center charter including, but not limited to, environmental restoration/compliance, environmental planning and pollution control, environmental quality, environmental consultant operations, technology transfer, and environmental aspects of design and construction. At this time, no funds have been obligated. There were 117 firms solicited in April 2001, and 10 firms submitted proposals. Negotiations were completed August 2001. This work will be performed primarily at sites located on U. S. Air Force installations, as well as other worldwide sites for which the AFCEE customers have responsibility. The 311th Human Systems Wing, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, is the contracting activity.
ARCTEC Alaska, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, is being awarded a $27,290,703 firm-fixed-price, award-fee contract modification to provide for operation and maintenance of the Alaska Radar System consisting of 17 remote radar sites for a twelve-month period. At this time, no funds have been obligated. This work is to be complete September 2002. The 3rd Contracting Squadron, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, is the contracting activity (F65501-00-C-001, P00049).
Advanced Research Inc., La Verne, Calif., is being awarded a $15,750,000 indefinite-deliver/indefinite-quantity with cost-plus-fixed-fee type orders contract to provide for the development of an airbreathing pulse detonation engine for use in the subsonic/supersonic Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle advance combat technology demonstration. At this time, $3,000,000 of the funds has been obligated. Delivery orders may be issued through September 2006. The Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity (F33615-01-C-2114).
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc., San Diego, Calif., is being awarded an $11,178,404 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to provide for retrofit of five ground control stations supporting the Predator unmanned aerial reconnaissance vehicle. This retrofit will update the stations to the Block 20 configuration. At this time, the total amount of funds has been obligated. This work is to be complete July 2002. Solicitation began November 2000, and negotiations were completed August 2001. This effort will be performed in San Diego and El Mirage, Calif. Headquarters Aeronautical Systems Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity (F33657-98-G-3110).
ARINC, Colorado Springs, Colo., and MEVATEC*, Huntsville, Ala., are each being awarded a multi-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (with fixed-price labor rate for each of the labor categories) and cost-reimbursement, contract-line-options for travel and materials contract. An appropriation number and dollar value will be issued with each delivery order. The contract amount for is $147,478,205 for ARINC (DASG62-01-D-0002) and $145,432,575 for MEVATEC (DASG62-01-D-0003), both five-year contracts including a surge option. The objective of this requirement is to provide the analytical, technical, operational, and programmatic support required by the principal agencies involved to support the definition, planning, development and execution of space exploitation initiatives to support the Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab, the Army Space Community and Army in support of the transformation force. The principal agencies below are involved in executing programs which identify state-of-the-art technology. The demonstration of new technology to the Army and Joint Forces will generate/influence future space technology requirements. The functions performed are designed to demonstrate the value of new space capabilities to the warfighter, support the requirement identification process and leverage technological opportunities, which serve to increase the effectiveness of the warfighter. The transformation objective is the creation of a force dominant across the full spectrum of military operations-persuasive in peace, decisive in war, and preeminent in any form of conflict. The evolution of new functional areas, such as space operations and information operations, will require development of aggressive technologies/capabilities to support these new areas, as well as appropriate career progression and leadership opportunities for specialists in those fields. The principal agencies include, but are not limited to the Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command, U.S. Army Space Command, U.S. Space Command, U.S. Air Force Space Command, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), TRADOC Analysis Command, NAVSPACE/SPAWARS and all U.S. Army TRADOC Battle Labs. Relevant efforts by other Department of Defense agencies may also be supported hereunder. Work will be performed in Colorado Springs, Colo. (90%), and Fort Leavenworth, Kan. (10%), and completion is expected by Sept. 30, 2006. There was an announcement on the Army Space Command webpage on March 23, 2001, and four bids were received. The U.S. Army Space Command, Colorado Springs, Colo., is the contracting activity.
Raytheon Technical Services Co., Reston, Va., is being awarded a $4,157,773 increment as part of an $11,836,615 (base year total) cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with a cumulative total of $71,821,994. This effort entails providing financial assistance to the Ministry of Defense (MOD) of the Russian Federation to allow the MOD to purchase services from the Ministry of Railways to move nuclear weapons trains to interim storage sites and dismantlement facilities and to return empty nuclear weapons trains to their assigned bases. In addition, the contractor will be responsible for verifying that services were provided as intended. Work will be performed in Russia (70%), and Reston, Va. (30%), and completion is expected by Aug. 31, 2002. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. There was an announcement in the Commerce Business Daily on March 1, 2001. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Fort Belvoir, Va., is the contracting activity (DTRA01-01-C-0067).
O'Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Co., Fairfield, Ohio, is being awarded $1,332,000 as part of a $9,862,000 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for up-armored High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) System technical support. Work will be performed in Fairfield, Ohio, and completion is expected by Sept. 6, 2006. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This is an alpha-contracting award solicited on July 18, 2001. The U.S. Army Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command, Warren Mich., is the contracting activity (DAAE07-01-C-S105).
Carothers Construction Inc., Water Valley, Miss., is being awarded a $12,982,208 firm-fixed-price contract for construction of a B-52 fuel cell maintenance hangar at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. Work will be performed in Barksdale, La., and is expected to be completed by March 2003. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured with 16 proposals solicited and four offers received. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southern Division, North Charleston, S.C., is the contracting activity (N62467-99-C-1044).
Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corp., Norfolk, Va., was awarded on Sept. 5, 2001, a $12,006,498 fixed-price contract for an extended drydocking selected restricted availability on USS San Jacinto (CG 56) under Job Order 1149. Work includes miscellaneous structural, electrical, and mechanical repairs including drydocking, ship alterations and alteration equivalent to repair. Work will be performed in Norfolk, Va., and is expected to completed by February 2002. Contract funds in the amount of $12,006,498 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured via the Internet, with three proposals solicited and one offer received. The Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Portsmouth, Va., is the contracting activity (N00024-92-H-8045).
CDM Federal Programs Corp., San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a maximum amount of $8,000,000 with a guaranteed minimum of $50,000 (base period) firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for architect-engineering services to provide multimedia environmental compliance support. The total contract amount is not to exceed $40,000,000 (base period and four option years). Work will be performed at various Navy and Marine Corps installations in Calif. (90%), Washington (2%), Arizona (1%), Nevada (1%), New Mexico (1%), Utah (1%), Alaska (1%), Oregon (1%), Idaho (1%), and Montana (1%) and is expected to be completed by September 2006. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was slated and selected under Brooks Bill (Public Law 92-582) procedures. There were 18 proposals submitted in response to Commerce Business Daily notice, and four firms were included on the approval slate. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest Division, San Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity (N68711-00-D-0004).
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