Under Contract

Clark Construction Group — the company that built Washington-area sports venues such as FedExField, Nationals Park and the Verizon Center — has been awarded a $153.3 million contract by the General Services Administration to erect a 256,000-gross-square-foot facility for the FBI. “This new project will provide a state-of-the-art records storage operation and information technology center that enables the FBI to effectively maintain and retrieve 120-miles of official records using an automated storage and retrieval system,” documents say. Several other companies will also share in the contract amount.

• The Treasury’s Bureau of the Public Debt awarded a contract with a maximum value of $160 million for debt collection services. The agency has outsourced debt collection since at least 1998, according to the industry publication InsideARM. Pioneer Credit Recovery, the CBE Group, Performant Recovery, Continental Service Group and Coast Professional will all be getting a piece of the contract. All but Coast Professional held the prior contract from 2011. The debts — which include fines and fees — targeted by the contract “originate from more than 40 different federal agencies,” InsideARM reported. “Slightly more than half are commercial.” None, however, are student loan debt or IRS-related debt.

• The Army awarded a $60,000 contract to Sientra to provide breast implants to the Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Wash. Military health insurance does not cover breast implants and any breast augmentation must be deemed "medically necessary." 

Elucid Solutions has won a $40,000 contract to provide hosting services for an Interior Department-run website, AbandonedMines.gov. The site features information about abandoned coal mines, hardrock mines and uranium mines in the United States. “Abandoned mine lands (AMLs) present serious threats to human health and the environment. Addressing AML impacts is becoming increasingly important due to increased exposure to people and risks of accidents, injuries, and tort claims. There are estimates of as many as 500,000 abandoned mines in our nation,” the website says. Elucid Solutions performs similar work for other agencies, according to public documents. 

Contract information compiled from General Services Administration data and government press releases. Send announcements about government contracts to mwilson@thehill.com.