Awarded Contracts

 

 

The following information is regarding awarded contracts that can be used to develop prime contractor, subcontractor and teaming partner relationships on these and other opportunities.  The website for each awardee is also provided. For more information contact TargetGov. Submit your announcement of an awarded contract for publication by sending a news release to: newsrelease@targetgov.com

April 2018

Pinnacle Business Group Inc., Fort Meade, Md. won a $43,000,000 contract from the USCYBERCOM to perform EA Services and training to the EACOE. The training has been customized to develop processes, methodologies, techniques, and comprehensive environment for Enterprise Architects.

All Business Machines, Inc., Gaithersburg, Md. and Sacramento Ca. won a $30,135 contract from the Dept. of Commerce (NIST Division) to perform support to the Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction System to be performed in Gaithersburg, Md.

Tribalco LLC, Bethesda, Md. won a $57,000,000 contract from The Air Force for the Guardian Angel Technical Recovery III program covering the acquisition and modernization of technical recovery kits, training, annual maintenance service visits, system engineering/program management.

The Lockwood Group LLC, Belcamp, Md. won a $29,598,950 contract from The U.S. Army for training support to the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command’s Integrated Logistics Support Center.

Arrow DJB JV II LLC, Upper Marlboro, Md.; Asta Roofing and Construction LLC, Winslow, Arizona; Ironshore Contracting Inc., Linthicum, Md; EG Management Services Inc., Germantown, Md; Roofing and Sustainable Systems Inc., Rosedale, Md; and Island Contracting Inc., Beltsville, Md. won a $99,000,000 contract from The Naval Facilities Engineering Command for comprehensive roofing projects.

AT&T Corp., Columbia, Md. won a $11,678,027 contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency for the Priority Telecommunication Service to support the Department of Homeland Security Office of Emergency Communications and the National Security/Emergency Preparedness PTS via utilization the public switched network.

Melwood Horticultural Training Center, Upper Marlboro, Md. won a $22,052,441 contract from The Naval Facilities Engineering Command for custodial, recycling and grounds maintenance support at federal installations within a 100-mile radius of the National Capitol Region.

International Systems Management Corp., Greenbelt, Md, won a $7,078,371 contract from The Naval Sea Systems Command for engineering support services to conduct feasibility studies, program planning and scheduling support, and technical services in support of the Australia SEA 4000 and SEA 5000 programs.

Sierra Nevada Corp., Hagerstown, Md., won a $14,029,200 contract from The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH for the Saudi King Air 350 modification program including intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance/synthetic aperture radar capability, one transportable ground station, one fixed ground station, and one mission system trainer.

Harkins Builders Inc., Columbia, Md, won a $36,375,000 contract from The Naval Facilities Engineering Command for the design and construction of an unaccompanied housing facility at Naval Air Station Patuxent River.

URS Federal Services Inc., Germantown, Md. won a $34,479,509 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division to exercise an option for integrated support equipment maintenance repair for the Fleet Readiness Center aviation support equipment.

SilverBlock Systems Inc., Leonardtown, Md, won a $7,584,576 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center for applied research and integration efforts to add new capabilities to radio frequency operations using geospatial hypotheses product line, to include laboratory, field testing, and integration.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Baltimore, Md, won a $101,770,338 contract from The Naval Facilities Engineering Command for construction of the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic Communication Center at Naval Station Norfolk.

Leidos Innovations Corp., Gaithersburg, Md. was awarded a $64,515,461 contract from The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract to provide enterprise-wide information management/information technology services in support of The Army Corps of Engineers. /

March 2018

August Schell Enterprises, Rockville, Maryland, won a $41,210,000 contract from the Navy for the establishment of a strategic sourcing vehicle for the procurement of Axway software licenses.

Ausley Associates Inc., Lexington Park, Md.; Bowhead Science and Technology LLC, Alexandria, Virginia; Precise Systems Inc., Lexington Park, Md.; and Tekla Research Inc., Dumfries, Va. won multiple contracts in the amount of $205,561,000 from The Navy to provide program management services in support of program offices that fall under the Program Executive Office for Unmanned Systems.

Aviation Systems Engineering Co., Lexington Park, Md, Ausley Associates Inc., Lexington Park, Md. ; Precise Systems Inc., Lexington Park, Md. and Tekla Research Inc., Dumfries, Va., won a $210,710,000 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft, Patuxent River, Md. to provide program management services in support of the program offices that fall under the Program Executive Office for Weapons Systems.

Bell Boeing JPO, California, Maryland, won a $102,822,726 contract from Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, Philadelphia, Pa., for repair of various parts on the V-22 aircraft.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland, won a $22,635,803 contract from U.S. Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. for engineering and sustainment support for the tactical operational light detection and range sensing capability.

L-3 Chesapeake Sciences Corp., Millersville, Maryland won a $9,591,435 contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, DC to exercise options to produce TB-34X towed arrays and cable assemblies.

Lockheed Martin Corp., Baltimore, Maryland, won a $481,169,145 contract from the Navy for the construction of four Multi-Mission Surface Combatant (MMSC) ships.

McMurdo Group, Lanham, Maryland, won a $33,986,800 contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. for The Personnel Recovery Support System Personnel Recovery Device.

Peraton Inc., Annapolis, Maryland, won an $8,191,013 contract from The Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division, Indian Head, MD for the procurement and support of the Transmitting Set, Countermeasures AN/PLT-4 to support explosive ordnance disposal personnel.

Rohde & Schwarz USA Inc., Columbia, Maryland, won a $15,992,056 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic, Charleston, South Carolina for acquisition of new Rohde & Schwarz high frequency transceiver systems.  This requirement also includes the procurement of training, technical and repair services for existing HF systems in support of Foreign Military Sales and Department.

Rolls-Royce Corp., Indianapolis, Indiana, won a $31,033,604 contract from The Navy to exercise an option to procure 14 AE1107C engines, 12 for the Navy and two for the Marine Corps, in support of the V-22 Osprey program.

Tribalco LLC, Bethesda, Maryland, won a $7,676,567 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntsville, AL for support and services to manage the complete life-cycle of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers radio communications mission.

URS Federal Services Inc., Germantown, Maryland, won a $9,055,821 contract from Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Tinker Air Force Base, OK for contractor logistics support of the Air National Guard’s C-26 fleet.  This modification exercises an option for an additional nine months to provide sustainment and engineering support for the current fleet of 11 aircraft.

URS Federal Services Inc., Germantown, Maryland, won an $18,239,926 contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Rock Island Arsenal, Ill. modification for maintenance, supply and transportation logistics support services for Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise Army Prepositioned Stocks – 5.

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation., Lexington Park, MD won a $2,173,648 contract from The Naval Air Systems Command  Headquarters to perform analyses on maintenance tasks to support decisions regarding optimal maintenance task completion relative to cost, enhanced quality and repair times. Provide apportionment of tools, and repairables and consumables as they apply to each step of all maintenance tasks.

BWI TPS ASSOCIATES, LLC., Bethesda, Md. won a $181,506 contract from The Dept. of Commerce for the Lodging for Crew of Ferdinand Hassler near Baltimore, MD.

 

 

July 2017

AAI Corp., Hunt Valley, Maryland won a $475,000,000 contract from the U.S. Special Operations Command for Mid-Endurance Unmanned Aircraft Systems intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance services at multiple locations worldwide.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services Inc., Rockville, Maryland along with two other companies won a $42,582,205 contract from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division for the hardware design, fabrication, logistics, and installation of Submarine Multi-Mission Team Trainer systems.

Chimera Enterprises International Inc., Edgewood, Maryland won a $45,000,000 contract from the DTRA-HQ, Fort Belvoir for advisory and assistance services (A&AS) including non-personal services and technical support services to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Operations, Readiness, and Exercises Directorate.

Federal Resources Supply Co., Stevensville, Maryland won a $15,194,881 contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for urban operation platoon set, consisting of high technology equipment, which provide military personnel with enhanced capabilities to perform missions on complex or urbanized terrain.

Kirlin Builders LLC, Rockville, Maryland along with nine other companies won a $249,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for two-phase design build for healthcare facilities in support of the U.S. Army Medical Command.

L3 Computer Sciences Corp., Millersville, Maryland won a $13,592,178 contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for the procurement of six TB-29A compact towed array production representative units.

Lempugh Inc., Laurel, Maryland won a $94,962,069 contract from the U.S. Army National Guard Bureau for the Army National Guard’s non-commercial sustainment announcement program.

LRS Federal, Pasadena, Maryland won a $10,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for architect-engineering services.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Linthicum Heights, Maryland won a $243,873,277 contract from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center for 72 Active Electronically Scanned Array radars, spares and support services.

Planned Systems International Inc., Columbia, Maryland won an $8,097,541 contract from the Defense Health Agency for continued support for enterprise-wide code maintenance and sustainment, code enhancements, maintenance of current functional requirements, support of transition to production, code management and documentation ensuring correct protections are in place to ensure cybersecurity, information assurance and risk management concerns are addressed in all enterprise systems as required by Defense Health Agency Health Information Technology(IT) Directorate, Solutions Delivery Division.

Spalding Consulting Inc., Lexington Park, Maryland won a $59,332,822 contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for services including technical, systems engineering, project management, organizational management, administrative and acquisition support.

The Raytheon Co. – Space and Airborne Systems Div., Aberdeen, Maryland won a $42,810,725 contract from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center for Identification Friend-or-Foe KIV-77 Mode 4/5 cryptographic applique production.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Greenbelt, Maryland won an $11,615,029 contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for central heating plant conversion including two coal-fired boilers and two oil-fired boilers to four dual fuel boilers (natural gas and fuel oil) at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point.

June 2017

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services, Rockville, Md., won a $48,487,511 contract from the 21st Contracting Squadron for the management, operation, maintenance and logistical support the Solid State Phased Array Radar Systems.

EA Engineering, Science, and Technology Inc., PBC, Hunt Valley, Md., along with five other companies won a $60,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for environmental remediation services in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division and the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2.

GBD JV, Aberdeen, Md.; Patriot Construction LLC, Dunkirk, Md.; along with six other companies won a $49,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for repair and minor construction in support of U.S. Army Medical Command, Southern Region.

G-W Management Services LLC, Rockville, Md.; Desbuild Inc., Hyattsville, Md.; CFM/Severn JV, Millersville, Md.; C.E.R. Inc., Baltimore, Md.; Tidewater Inc., Elkridge, Md.; along with one other company won a $99,000,000 contract from The Naval Facilities Engineering Command for repairs and interior improvements at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Quantico, Virginia.

John C. Grimberg Co. Inc., Rockville, Md., won a $17,885,000 contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for construction of the advanced energetics research laboratory complex including a low-rise building to accommodate research, development, and conduction of explosive materials.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Linthicum Heights, Md., won a $19,448,202 contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency research project.

REEMA Consulting, Gaithersburg, Md.; Immersion Consulting, Annapolis, Md.; along with five other companies won a $9,291,701 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command for commercially available business operations support to include program management; budget analysis and financial program support; administrative support; public affairs support; information technology support; event coordination and logistics support; and social media support at various locations.

Schuyler Line Navigation Co. LLC, Annapolis, Md., won a $8,500,000 contract from the 21st Contracting Squadron for Thule Air Base sea lift support, including management, labor and services to accomplish the functions and responsibilities of receiving cargo from vendors, providing in‐transit origin storage, loading, offloading and transporting cargo to and from Denmark and Thule Air Base, Greenland.

Thales Defense Security Inc., Clarksburg, Md., won a $9,900,000 contract from the USSOCOM for the Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio (MBITR) family of radios sustainment.

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Baltimore, Md., won a $37,698,655 contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for the design and construction of an Embassy Security Guard Bachelor Enlisted Quarters and operations facility at the Marine Corps Base, Quantico.

URS Federal Services Inc., Annapolis Junction, Md., won a $47,682,245 contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for logistical support (supply, transportation, maintenance) to the Fort Polk installation and the Joint Readiness Training Center.

May 2017

Bell Boeing Joint Program Office, California, Md., won a $38,801,700 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapons Systems Support for repair of various parts on the V-22 aircraft.

Exeter Information Technology Services, Gaithersburg, Md.; M-Cubed Information Systems Inc., Silver Spring, Md. along with eight other companies won a $400,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for Information Technology Services – Small Business.

GBD JV, Aberdeen, Md., won a $50,000,000 contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for new paving, paving repair, and/or replacement of various types of paving such as roadways, airfields, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, etc. within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington area of responsibility (AOR).

Grunley Construction Co., Rockville, Md., and HSU Development Inc., Rockville, Md. along with seven other companies won a $499,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for design-build and design-bid-build construction in support of projects located in the Baltimore-Washington corridor.

Harris Corp., Annapolis, Md., won an $18,977,215 contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division for procurement and support of the transmitting set, countermeasures AN/PLT-4 to support explosive ordnance disposal personnel.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Linthicum Heights, Md., won a $7,501,433 contract from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center for logistic support for the AN/ASQ-236 aircraft pod.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc., Largo, Md. won a $14,518,512 contract from the Office of Naval Research for the science and technology research concerning the development of an unmanned underwater vehicle-based sensor system testbed and evaluation of advanced sensor and autonomy modules.

Signet Technologies, Inc., Beltsville, Md. and KBRWyle Technology Solutions, LLC, Columbia, Md. along with 10 other companies won a $270,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, non-personal services, and other items necessary to procure, install, service and maintain electronic security systems.

Smith’s Detection Agency, Edgewood, Md., won a $423,286 contract from the Department of Homeland Security for analysis and evaluation of the currently fielded Advanced Technology X-Ray (AT-2) systems against an emerging threat and an assessment of the operational performance of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) developed Tier II software.

URS Federal Services Inc., Germantown, Md., won a $74,999,999 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for warehousing and distribution support services.

April 2017

Bell Boeing Joint Program Office, California, Md., won a $38,801,700 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapons Systems Support for repair of various parts on the V-22 aircraft.

Exeter Information Technology Services, Gaithersburg, Md.; M-Cubed Information Systems Inc., Silver Spring, Md. along with eight other companies won a $400,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for Information Technology Services – Small Business.

GBD JV, Aberdeen, Md., won a $50,000,000 contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for new paving, paving repair, and/or replacement of various types of paving such as roadways, airfields, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, etc. within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington area of responsibility (AOR).

Grunley Construction Co., Rockville, Md., and HSU Development Inc., Rockville, Md. along with seven other companies won a $499,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for design-build and design-bid-build construction in support of projects located in the Baltimore-Washington corridor.

Harris Corp., Annapolis, Md., won an $18,977,215 contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division for procurement and support of the transmitting set, countermeasures AN/PLT-4 to support explosive ordnance disposal personnel.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Linthicum Heights, Md., won a $7,501,433 contract from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center for logistic support for the AN/ASQ-236 aircraft pod.

Phoenix International Holdings Inc., Largo, Md. won a $14,518,512 contract from the Office of Naval Research for the science and technology research concerning the development of an unmanned underwater vehicle-based sensor system testbed and evaluation of advanced sensor and autonomy modules.

Signet Technologies, Inc., Beltsville, Md. and KBRWyle Technology Solutions, LLC, Columbia, Md. along with 10 other companies won a $270,000,000 contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, non-personal services, and other items necessary to procure, install, service and maintain electronic security systems.

Smith’s Detection Agency, Edgewood, Md., won a $423,286 contract from the Department of Homeland Security for analysis and evaluation of the currently fielded Advanced Technology X-Ray (AT-2) systems against an emerging threat and an assessment of the operational performance of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) developed Tier II software.

URS Federal Services Inc., Germantown, Md., won a $74,999,999 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for warehousing and distribution support services.

March 2017

AAI Corp., doing business as Textron Systems, Hunt Valley, Md., won a $9,352,070 contract from The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center for contractor logistics support and maintenance training services.

Ausley Associates, Lexington Park, Md.; Avian LLC, Lexington Park, Md.; Eagle Systems Inc., California, Md.; Naval Systems, Inc., Lexington Park, Md.; Sierra Management and Technologies Inc., California, Md.; along with four other companies won a $249,875,555 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft to provide integrated logistics product support, program management, and logistics support services in acquisition and sustainment for the life cycle of specified weapons systems, system of systems, its sub-systems, and support equipment.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services Inc., Rockville, Md., won a $24,387,949 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for 568,551 hours of logistics services and incidental materials in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division to support command, control, communications, computers and intelligence projects.

General Dynamics Mission Systems, Laurel, Md., won a $9,666,932 contract from The Army Program Executive Office Simulation, Training and Instrumentation for the Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT), a training system that simulates military intelligence warfighting equipment and the tools to replicate the necessary environment required to provide proficiency and sustainment training for military intelligence personnel, battle staff, system operators, collectors and analysts.

Grunley Construction Co. Inc., Rockville, Md., won a $28,932,000 contract from The Washington Headquarters Services for major interior renovations required for administrative facilities and shall include replacement of associated telecommunications systems.

Kbrwyle Technology Solutions LLC, Columbia, Md.; BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services, Rockville, Md.; along with six other companies won a $3,038,000,000 contract from The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command for a research and development effort for the design, development, demonstration, and integration, domain-one of space/high altitude and missile defense hardware and software solutions.

PSI Pax Inc., California, Md., won a $23,769,637 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for the procurement of professional and management support services essential to the Combat Integration and Identification Systems Division.

Raytheon Co., Andover, Md., won a $17,108,599 contract from the Army Contracting Command for depot level diagnosis, clean up, repair, modification, technical assistance and maintenance of PATRIOT missile system major items.

Smartronix Inc., Hollywood, Md., won a $26,701,654 contract from The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division. These services will support implementation of telecommunication and related communications-electronics (C-E) systems to enable efficient information exchange of voice, video and data.

University of Maryland University College, Hyattsville, Md., won a $16,236,452 contract from The Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk Contracting Department for providing instructional undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs and education support services for the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, and Coast Guard in the U.S. Central Command and in the U.S. Africa Command areas of responsibility.

URS Federal Services, Germantown, Md., won a $9,009,645 contract from The Army Contracting Command for Army Prepositioned Stock 2, and for logistics support services, including maintenance, supply, and transportation support.

February 2017

AAI Corp., Hunt Valley, Md. won a $475,000,000 contract from the U.S. Special Operations Command for mid-endurance unmanned aircraft systems intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance services at multiple locations worldwide.

Ace Electronics Defense Systems LLC, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. won a $994,000,000 award contract from The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization for the production of Army installation kits.

Dictyon, Greenbelt, Md. along with four other companies won a $138,000,000 contract from the Army Contracting Command to provide foreign language training support services and instruction to support the Defense Language Institute foreign language center.

FlightFab Inc., Baltimore, Md. won an $8,411,379 contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center for the supply of plastic waste processing equipment for a period of performance of five years.

General Dynamics Land Systems, Sterling Heights, Md. won a $44,900,000 contract from the Army Contracting Command for acquisition of 91 repair and upgrade improved fire control electronics unit versions three and four; 135 new five versions; 140 containers; 60 newly improved commander’s display units with 60 containers.

L1 Industries Inc., Frederick, Md. won a $9,500,000 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support for hospital equipment and accessories for the electronic catalog.

Maryland Department of Education, Baltimore, Md. won a $9,233,032 contract from the Army Contracting Command for full food service for LRC Fort Meade Dining Facility.

Melwood Horticultural Training Center, Upper Marlboro, Md. won a $9,946,163 contract from the Army Contracting Command for base maintenance of buildings.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Linthicum, Md. won a $26,665,673 contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Command for operational test program sets and associated auxiliary support equipment.

Raytheon Co.-IDS, Andover, Md. won a $163,272,761 contract from The Army Contracting Command for integrated air and missile defense; related miscellaneous training; English language training; a series of pre-PATRIOT military occupational specialty and Qatar specific PATRIOT training classes to the Qatar Emeri Air Force service members who are identified for the program.

Rollout Systems, LLC, California, Md. won a $2,872,228 contract from The Office of Naval Air Systems for six months of continued management and IT support services.

Smiths Detection Inc., Edgewood, Md. won a $67,919,641 contract from the Army Contracting Command for procuring Joint Chemical Agent Detector systems, communication adapter kits, Stryker communication adapter and spare parts.

January 2017

Bell Boeing Joint Program Office, California, Md., won a $246,202,708 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapons Systems Support for repair of various parts on the V-22 aircraft.

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Booz Allen Hamilton, Lexington Park, Md., won a $23,238,164 contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for providing approximately 276,322 hours of technical services in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Special Communications Mission Solutions Division.  Services to be provided include systems design, development, assessments, acquisitions, planning, integrated project management, and strategic and analytical services for the command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance operational systems.

http://www.boozallen.com/about/doingbusiness

 

CSR Group, Crownsville, Md., won a $14,162,221 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific for cyber and information technology training in support of the Marine Corps Forces Cyber Command. Cyber and information technology training includes basic level courses, intermediate level courses, opportunity level courses, opportunity areas from Pipeline 2.2, and other software applications.

http://csr-group.com/contact_t.html

 

Edifice LLC, Beltsville, Md.; Hascon LLC, Columbia, Md.; Tuckman-Barbee Construction Co. Inc., Upper Marlboro, Md. along with three other companies won a $99,000,000 contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for Building 8008 repairs, alterations, and addition at Webster Field St. Inigoes, Maryland.

http://www.edificesolutions.com/contact/

http://www.thehascon.com/contact-us.php

http://www.tuckman.com/contact.html

 

Meltech Corp. Inc., Landover, Md.; Edifice LLC, dba Edifice Solutions, Beltsville, Md.; along with ten other companies won a $330,000,000 contract from the 772nd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron for design, construction, and engineering activities to design and construct new facilities and infrastructure, repair and renovate or restore existing facilities and infrastructure.

http://www.meltechcorp.com/subcontractors

http://www.edificesolutions.com/contact/

 

Federal Resources Supply Co., Stevensville, Md., won an $8,156,227 contract from the Army Contracting Command for an additional 60 urban operation platoon sets consisting of high technology equipment, which provides military personnel with enhanced capabilities to perform missions on complex or urbanized terrain.

http://www.federalresources.com/fr/company/contact-us

 

L1 Industries Inc. Frederick, Md., won a $9,500,000 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support for hospital equipment and accessories for the electronic catalog.

http://www.l1enterprises.com/contact.html

 

Onyx Consulting Services LLC, Columbia, Md. won a $14,624,996 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center for cyber and information technology training in support of the Marine Corps Forces Cyber Command. Cyber and information technology training includes basic level courses, intermediate level courses, opportunity level courses, opportunity areas from Pipeline 2.2, and other software applications.

http://onyxconsults.com/?page_id=100

 

Primus Solutions, LLC, Beltsville, Md., won a $12,628,303 contract from the Army Contracting Command for refuel and defuel services contract.

http://www.asrcprimus.com/

 

Raytheon Co., Andover, Md., won a $15,848,840 contract from the Army Contracting Command for PATRIOT new equipment training.

http://www.raytheon.com/suppliers/

 

Reef Point Group LLC, Edgewater, Md. along with three other companies won a $45,804,991 contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center for performance and process improvement support services in support of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery of Falls Church, Virginia, for the Military Health System at its headquarters, medical treatment facilities, the Defense Health Agency, and the health systems for the Army, Navy, and Air Force.

http://www.reefpointgroup.com/contact/

2016 Awarded Contracts

2015 Awarded Contracts

2014 Awarded Contracts