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No: 257-04
April 05, 2004



21st Century Systems, Inc., Herndon, Va.; AdapTech Corp., Clifton, Va.; Advanced Acoustic Concepts, Hauppauge, N.Y.; Advanced Solutions for Tomorrow, Inc., Roswell, Ga.; Advanced Technology and Research Corp., Burtonsville, Md.; AdvantEdge Technology, Inc., Oxnard, Calif.; AEGIR Systems, Inc., Oxnard, Calif.; AHNTECH, Inc., San Diego, Calif.; Allied Technology Group, Inc., Rockville, Md.; American Management Systems, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; American Systems Corp. (AMS), Chantilly, Va.; AMEWAS, Inc., California, Md.; Anteon Corp., Fairfax, Va.; Applied Ordnance Technology, Inc., Waldorf, Md.; Applied Physical Science Corp., New London, Conn.; ARINC Engineering Services, LLC., Annapolis, Md.; Assett Inc., Manassas, Va.; BAE Systems, Rockville, Md.; Basic Commerce & Industries (BCI), Inc., Moorestown, N.J.; Bearing Point, McLean, Va.; BecTech, Inc., Arlington, Va.; BMH Associates, Inc., Norfolk, Va.; BMT Designers and Planners, Inc., Arlington, Va.; Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Va.; Burke Consortium, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; CACI, Chantilly, Va.; CDI Marine Company, Jacksonville, Fla.; Columbia Research Corp., Washington, D.C.; Computer Products, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Computer Sciences Corp., Falls Church, Va.; DCS Corp., Lexington Park, Md.; DDL Omni Engineering, McLean, Va.; Delphinus Engineering, Inc., Eddystone, Pa.; Delta Resources, Inc., Arlington, Va.; DLS Engineering Associates, Virginia Beach, Va.; DRS Systems, Inc., Parsippany, N.J.; DTI Associates, Inc., Arlington, Va.; Dynaflow, Inc., Jessup, Md.; Dynamics Research Corp., Andover, Mass.; EDO Corp., Arlington, Va.; EDSI, Inc., Yorba Linda, Calif.; EG&G Technical Services, Inc., Gaithersburg, Md.; ELS, Inc., Arlington, Va.; EPS, Inc., Tinton Falls, N.J.; Engineering Services Network, Inc., Arlington, Va.; ENSIL International Corp., Lewiston, N.Y.; Envisioneering, Inc., King George, Va.; Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc., San Diego, Calif.; Evolving Resources, Inc., Camarillo, Calif.; Forell Enterprises, Inc., Buena Park, Calif.; Future Technologies, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; General Dynamics-AIS, Fairfax, Va.; General Physics Corp., Middletown, R.I.; George G. Sharp, Inc., Virginia Beach, Va.; Gibbs & Cox, Inc., New York, N.Y.; Global Technology Systems (GTS), Virginia Beach, Va.; Glotech, Inc., Rockville, Md.; Gray Hawk Systems, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Great Eastern Group, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Group 81, Inc., Middletown, R.I.; Gryphon Technologies, LLC., Riverdale, Md.; J.L. Herren & Associates, PC., Arlington, Va.; HIPK, LLC., Dahlgren, Va.; HMR Tech, LLC., Arlington, Va.; ICI, LLC., Dumfries, Va.; Identix Public Sector, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Indus Technology, San Diego, Calif.; Innovative Professional Solutions, Inc., Panama City Beach, Fla.; Integrated Consulting Services, Louisville, Ky.; Integrits Corp, San Diego, Calif.; ITE, Inc., Arlington, Va.; Jacobs Sverdrop Technology, Inc., Ridgecrest, Calif.; John J. McMullen Associates, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Jorge Scientific Corp., Arlington, Va.; L-3 Communications Government Services, Inc., Chantilly, Va.; LA Playa/LPI Technical Services, Chesapeake, Va.; Life Cycle Engineering, Inc., North Charleston, S.C.; Lloyd Lamont Design, Inc., Herndon, Va.; Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc., Bethesda, Md.; ManTech Systems Engineering Corp., Fairfax, Va.; MAR Ranges Services, LLC., Rockville, Md.; Matrix Engineering Corp., San Marcos, Calif.; McLaughlin Research Corp., New London, Conn.; Micro Analysis and Design, Inc., Boulder, Co.; Millennium Engineering and Integration Co., Arlington, Va.; Mountain State Information Systems, Inc., Elkins, WV.; MTC Services Corp., Chula Vista, Calif.; National Technologies Associates, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; NDI Engineering Co., Thorofare, N.J.; New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI), Ridgecrest, Calif.; Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems, Inc., Reston, Va.; Novonics Corp., Arlington, Va.; NTI Corp., Gaithersburg, Md.; Oak Management, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Ocean Acoustical Services and Instrumentation Systems, Inc., Lexington, Mass.; Ocean Systems Engineering Corp., Carlsbad, Calif.; Oceaneering International, Inc., Upper Marlboro, Md.; Open Systems Sciences, Inc., Newington, Va.; Operational Research Consultants, Inc. (ORC), Chesapeake, Va.; ORBIS, Inc., Mount Pleasant, S.C.; Perot Systems Government Services, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; New Mexico State University Physical Science Laboratory, Las Cruces, N.M.; Presearch, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Prime, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Professional Analysis, Inc., Annandale, Va.; Professional Software Engineering, Inc. (PROSOFT), Virginia Beach, Va.; PSI, Inc., Reston, Va.; Purvis Systems Inc., Middletown, R.I.; Q.E.D. Systems, Inc., Virginia Beach, Va.; Raydar, Inc., Crane, Ind.; Raytheon Technical Services Company, LLC., Burlington, Mass.; Research and Development Solutions, Inc. (RSDI), McLean, Va.; Resource Consultants, Inc., Vienna, Va.; Resource Management Concepts, Inc. (RMC), Lexington Park, Md.; Richard Parks Corrosion Technologies, Inc., Garrisonville, Va.; Rite-Solutions, Inc., Pawcatuck, Conn.; Systems Applications and Technologies, Inc., Landover, Md.; SAIC AMSEC, LLC., Virginia Beach, Va.; Santa Barbara Applied Research, Ventura, Calif.; Scientific Research Corp., North Charleston, S.C.; SEA Corp., Middletown, R.I.; Sentel Corp., Alexandria, Va.; SimVentions, Inc., Fredericksburg, Va.; Solutions Development Corp., La Plata, Md.; Sonalysts, Inc., Waterford, Conn.; Southeastern Computer Consultants, Inc., Frederick, Md.; Stanley Associates, Alexandria, Va.; Strategic Insight, Ltd., Arlington, Va.; Summit Research Corp., Fairfax, Va.; Synectics Solutions, Inc., Camarillo, Calif.; SYS Technologies, Inc., Oxnard, Calif.; Systems Design & Analysis, Inc., Indianapolis, Ind.; Systems Engineering Group, Inc., Columbia, Md.; Systems Engineering Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Systems Integration Management, Inc., Arlington, Va.; Systems Resource Management, Inc., Middletown, R.I.; Tech-Marine Business, Inc., Fairfax Station, Va.; Technology Service Corp., Silver Spring, Md.; Tecnico Corp., Chesapeake, Va.; The Bishop Group, Inc., Panama City, Fla.; Thomas Associates, Inc., Stevensville, Md.; Titan Corp., Mount Laurel, N.J.; Technology Management Group, Inc., Norfolk, Va.; Trandes Corp., Lanham, MD,; TRI Star Engineering, Inc., Bedford, Ind.; Technical Systems Integration, Inc., Chesapeake, Va.; TSM Corp., Bartlett, TN.; TWD & Associates, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; VSE Corp., Alexandria, Va.; Williamson and Associates, Inc., Seattle, Wash.; Workflow Systems, LLC., Chevy Chase, Md., are each being awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contracts for support services for all phases of naval ship and shipboard weapon systems acquisition and life-cycle support including research & development support, prototyping, acquisition logistics, modeling, test & evaluation trials, and engineering support for Naval Sea Systems Command Headquarters, field activities, and affiliated program executive offices. These contracts are under the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) electronic procurement system. The SeaPort-e acquisition is comprised of seven regional zones in which task orders will be competed based upon the principal place of performance. These awards contain provisions to set aside requirements for small businesses. Under this multiple award, each contractor will be provided a fair opportunity to compete for individual task orders solicited within their zone or zones of performance. The government estimates a maximum of $1,300,000,000 of service per year. The awards have a five-year base period with two additional, five-year award terms. This contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO), with 153 offers received and 151 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 Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Va., is the contracting activity (N00178-04-D-4001 through N00178-04-D-4014, N00178-04-D-4016 through N00178-04-D-4152).

General Atomics, San Diego, Calif., was awarded on April 2, 2004, a $145,621,824 cost-plus-award-fee contract for the system development and demonstration (SDD) of an Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS). The SDD phase includes the design, fabrication, delivery, integration, test and support of a full-scale, full-length, shipboard representative EMALS at the Naval Air Systems Command Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, New Jersey. Work will be performed in San Diego, Calif. (65.3 percent); North Mankato, Minn. (12.9 percent); Waltham, Mass. (11.8 percent); Douglassville, Pa. (5.2 percent); Alexandria, Va. (4.5 percent); and Austin, Texas (.3 percent), and is expected to be completed in April 2009. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured through a request for proposals, with two proposals solicited and two offers received. The Naval Air Systems Command Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, N.J., is the contracting activity (N68335-04-C-0167).

Lockheed Martin Systems Integration Owego, Owego, N.Y., was awarded on April 2, 2004, a $68,752,903 ceiling-priced modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-priced contract (N00019-03-C-0352) for the procurement of four MH-60R LRIP II weapon systems and associated systems integration. Work will be performed in Owego, N.Y., and is expected to be completed in September 2006. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md. is the contracting activity.

Electric Boat Corporation, Groton, Conn., was awarded on April 2, 2004, a $64,045,747 cost-plus-fixed-fee modification under previously awarded contract (N00024-00-C-2112) to exercise an option for lead yard services in support of Virginia Class submarines. Lead yard services will maintain, update and support the Virginia Class design and related drawings and data for each Virginia Class submarine, including technology insertion, throughout its construction and post-shakedown availability period. Work will be performed in Groton, Conn. (98 percent); Newport, R.I. (1 percent) and Quonset, R.I. (1 percent), and is expected to be completed by April 2005. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity.

Signal Technology Corporation-Keltec, Fort Walton Beach, Fla., is being awarded a ceiling cost $14,614,207 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity supply contract for refurbishment of high voltage distribution units for the AN/SLQ-32(V). The AN/SLQ-32 is an anti-ship missile defense system, which detects and responds to threats, aboard Navy carriers, frigates, AEGIS destroyers and cruisers. Work will be performed in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., and is expected to be completed by April 2009. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The contract was not competitively procured. The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, Crane, Ind., is the contracting activity. (N00164-04-D-8711)

Digital Systems Resources, Inc., is being awarded an $8,951,794 cost-plus-fixed-fee modification under previously awarded contract (N00024-01-C-6316) to exercise options for engineering services in support of the Surface Ship Undersea Warfare Combat System Program Office, in the area of undersea warfare technology insertion. This contract will provide system engineering, software engineering, integration and test activities to field releasable Navy technologies in Allied Undersea Warfare Systems. These technologies include automated torpedo detection, sonar performance prediction, active sonar, active displays and integrated training and logistics methodologies. Work will be performed in Fairfax, Va., and is expected to be completed by May 2005. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity.


Coleman Research Corp., Orlando, Fla., is being awarded a $50,000,000 indefinite quantity/indefinite delivery contract to provide for the sounding rockets program follow-on (SRP)-2 and the Rocket System Launch Program (RSLP) with the capability to launch sounding rockets on flights less than 5500 kilometers. RSLP was made the single program office to manage targets for the Missile Defense Agency. The modification will increase the current ceiling of $96 million on the SRP-2 contracts by $50 million to accommodate upcoming mission requirements that cannot be accomplished with the current contract ceiling and add a cost plus fee CLIN to accommodate developmental launches that cannot be conducted in firm fixed price type environmental. The Air Force can issue delivery orders totaling up to the maximum amount indicated above, although actual requirements may necessitate less than this amount. No funds have been obligated. This work will be complete by May 2008. The Headquarters Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif., is the contracting activity (F04701-00-D0208/P00007).

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Rolling Meadows, Ill., is being awarded a $13,221,882 firm fixed price contract modification to provide for 13 LITENING pods and required support equipment spares for use by the Air National Guard. The locations of performance are Northrop Grumman, Rolling Meadows, Ill. (55 percent), and Rafael Missile Division, Haifa, Israel (45 percent). Total funds have been obligated. The Headquarters Aeronautical Systems Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity (F33657-98-C-2020, P00051).


Parker Aerospace, Irvine, Calif., was awarded on April 2, 2004, a delivery order amount of $28,776,700 as part of a $155,517,317 firm-fixed-price contract for parts in support of the Apache (AH-64), Blackhawk (UH-60), Chinook (CH-47), and Kiowa (OH-58) helicopters and the T-700 engines. Work will be performed in Kalamazoo, Mich. (99.1 percent) and Irvine, Calif. (.9 percent), and is expected to be completed by July 30, 2007. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This was a sole source contract initiated on Oct. 15, 2002. The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala., is the contracting activity (DAAH23-03-D-0068).


Raytheon Company of McKinney, Texas is being awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity type contract for a maximum quantity of 56 each Army Special Operations aircraft AN/APQ-174B Multi-Mode Radar (MMR) production systems. A delivery order will be issued for a quantity of 30 systems totaling $26,741,700.00 at award. This effort is in support of U.S. Special Operations Command, Technology Applications Contracting Office. The work will be performed in McKinney, Texas and the ordering period on the contract is from contract award date through May 31, 2006. This contract was awarded through negotiations with the sole source manufacturer, Raytheon Company. The contract number is H92241-04-D-0009.

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