Under Contract

• Tetra Tech has won an $18.6 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development, the company announced. The company will “increase access to renewable energy sources and improve energy-efficient practices in Colombia through a combination of project development support, technical assistances and other activities to promote economic investment,” the press release states. The Colombia Clean Energy Program will have a “special focus on expanding energy access in remote areas.”

• The General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies awarded CGI Federal a $20.76 million contract. The contract, which is for five years, requires the company to “deliver a public cloud solution for GSA’s public websites, including Data.gov and USA.gov.” Specifically, CGI plans to provide “end-to-end services required to transition, operate, maintain, enhance and secure the environment.”

• The Navy has awarded Insitu an almost $41.1 million “ceiling price modification” to the company’s “previously awarded firm-fixed-price contract.” The new modification will provide for “operational and maintenance services in support of the ScanEagle unmanned aerial systems.” Insitu will complete its work in Bingen, Wash., by February 2013.

• Rolls-Royce Corp. won a $112 million “firm-fixed-price, requirements type contract” modification with the Air Force, exercising its sixth option year. The company will provide “sustaining services, including logistics support, program management support, engineering services, spares and technical data in support of the C-130J propulsion systems.” All work will be completed in Indianapolis by Jan. 31, 2013.

• Toshiba America Medical Systems won a maximum $229 million modification from the Defense Logistics Agency, exercising option-year three on the contract. The “Defense Working Capital Funds” contract is “fixed-price with economic price adjustment ... for radiology systems, subsystems and components.” The contract covers work for the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and “federal civilian agencies.” Work should be completed by February 2013.

Contract information compiled from defense.gov, USASpending.gov and outside press releases. Send statements about government contracts to rleven@thehill.com.