By The Hill Staff - 03/21/12 11:58 PM EDT
• S&K Aerospace, General Dynamics Information Technology and Parts Inc. won a $975 million contract with the Air Force to implement the Parts and Repair Ordering System IV (PROS IV). The “firm-fixed-price and cost-reimbursable” contract’s goal, for which S&K is the prime contractor, is to “provide foreign military sales customers with maintenance and supply support to meet the unique requirements of their weapon systems and military infrastructure.” This is just one portion of the “indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.” Work should be completed by June 15, 2022, and will take place in Montana, Georgia and Ohio.
• Boeing Co. won a roughly $187 million contract with the Army. Boeing’s “cost-plus-incentive-fee contract” entails working on the Apache Block III program, specifically focusing on “development, integration and testing requirements.” The work is expected to be finished by July 31, 2014, and is being carried out in Arizona.
• ICF International won a $6 million Environmental Protection Agency contract “to support its efforts to remove barriers to clean energy investments by clean energy program administrators.” The one-base year, four-option year contract will require ICF to work within five EPA programs “to develop a portfolio of cost-effective clean energy solutions across residential, commercial, industrial and municipal sectors.” ICF will also carry out “policy analysis, technical analysis and training, development of informational and educational materials, tracking and monitoring of partner activities, and meeting support and logistics needs.”
Contract information compiled from defense.gov, USASpending.gov and outside press releases. Send statements about government contracts to email@example.com.