First Quarter Awards and Contract Funding Orders
Two prime contracts by the U.S. Army, totaling $237 million, to
support the Warfighter Information Network—Tactical with comprehensive
fielding, sustainment, and maintenance of satellite terminals to
provide a full range of encrypted and open communications. This new
work expands our growth in our C4ISR and Logistics and Material
Readiness market areas.
A $75 million, five-year award by the U.S. Air Force to sustain
Expeditionary Contingency Medical Materiel Support Services. This
award continues work performed in support of medical logistics
services in the U.S. and the Pacific, and expands growth in our
Healthcare and Logistics and Material Readiness market areas.
A $45 million, five-year award to support the Defense Information
Systems Agency (DISA) Multinational Information Sharing Program
Management Office (MNIS PMO), won under the DISA Encore II contract
vehicle. This new work further advances our growth in our Enterprise
IT market area.
A $40 million, two-year award to support the U.S. Army Intelligence
and Information Warfare Directorate’s quick reaction capability to
meet emerging intelligence requirements. This ongoing work continues
our growth in our C4ISR market area.
A $26 million, three-year award to provide healthcare facilities
support to the Air Force Medical Support Agency’s Health Facilities
Division. This ongoing work reinforces our presence in our Healthcare
A $22 million, two-year contract to provide engineering subject-matter
expertise for Department of Defense Mobile Electric Power energy
sources. This work is in our Integrated Security Solutions market area.
Our contract awards were $1.8 billion in the quarter, slightly higher
than the year earlier period, and we received awards in all ten of our
markets. Almost one-third of our awards in the quarter were new
business. Some of our new business and recompete contract awards during
the quarter included:
Contract funding orders in the first quarter were $1.3 billion. Our
total backlog at September 30, 2013 was $7.8 billion. Funded backlog at
September 30, 2013 was $2.1 billion.
We continued to expand our inventory of indefinite delivery, indefinite
quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicles during the quarter by being awarded
prime positions on new multiple award contracts, resulting in a combined
total of approximately 160 of these vehicles. IDIQ contract vehicles
support our growth plans across our ten markets and provide us the
flexibility to deliver on our customers’ mission-critical requirements.
IDIQ awards during the quarter included:
A $1.1 billion, six-year multiple award to continue providing
litigation support services to the U.S. Department of Justice and
other federal agencies on the Mega 4 contract. This ongoing work
reinforces our strong presence in our Investigation and Litigation
Support market area.
An $899 million, five-year multiple award to support Integrated Cyber
Operations services for the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Atlantic
Business Portfolio. This new work is the fourth of five “Pillar”
contracts that we have been awarded, and provides full system
lifecycle support of the SPAWAR Atlantic Business Portfolio. It
further expands our presence in the Cyberspace market.