Under Contract

• The Air Force awarded the Boeing Co. a $1.8 billion “firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-reimbursable-no-fee contract.” The company will “provide for Country Standard Time Compliance Technical Order (CSTCTO) development, CSTCTO integration and testing, fabrication of trial kits to support validation and verification activities, procurement of 68 F-15s to F-15SA conversion kits and the procurement and installation of four base stand-up kits.” The contract, which is a “Foreign Military Sales requirement for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” should be completed by the end of 2013. 

• PwC is one of several awardees to be included on a ceiling-price $20 billion, 10-year contract with the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center. The contract will include a variety of task orders, ranging from IT services to enterprise resource planning, according to a press release.

• The Navy has chosen iGov Technologies to complete a $64.6 million contract “to modernize the hardware at the Combat Operations Center (COC).” The “firm-fixed-price contract” will require iGov to “update and modernize the COC to a single baseline while reducing size weight and power requirements, replacing routers and servers, etc.” All contract work, which should be finished in June 2013, will be completed in Tampa, Fla. If all options are exercised, the contract could be worth $96.9 million.

• CGI Federal won a three-year, $15 million contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to help “shif[t] up to 80 percent of its computing environment to the cloud by 2015.” CGI “will serve as the external enterprise cloud provider, delivering a range of … services, including hosting and virtualization in its secure cloud,” according to the press release. The company also intends to assist with “technical architecture and transition support for moving agency applications to the cloud,” the release stated.

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