Government Contract Awards
LEEP, Inc. announced a $1,131,000 purchase order for its LeepCore structural building material that will be used to construct walls and roofs for five classroom buildings in Baker County, FL.
The five buildings will each contain eight classrooms, a faculty room, restrooms, and storage areas. Construction and LeepCore deliveries are scheduled to begin in April 2005. These buildings will resist fire, mold, water, dry rot, termites, and wind, and provide new, high levels of energy efficiency.
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin has purchased 25 licenses of Navigator financial management software from Serenic Corp.
“The fund accounting software we had been using was not flexible enought to handle the tribe’s continued growth and expanding e-business needs,” says Robert Lansing, the tribe’s Director of Management Information Systems. “Of the four packages we evaluated, Serenic Navigator was the most flexible and user friendly.”
IES Interactive Training, provider of use-of-force training products that develop judgment and decision-making skills for law enforcement, military, and government professionals, announced that Massachusetts’ Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC) has purchased eight additional Range 3000 XP4 digital training simulators, bringing the total number of simulators in use across the commonwealth to 16. The purchase order for the new training systems totals more than $300,000.
Navistar International Corp. announced that its operating company has won a contract from the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) with a potential value of $467 million to provide vehicles needed by the Afghanistan National Army to conduct operations in support of rebuilding and providing stability in Afghanistan.
The first order from the new three-year contract totals $61.8 million for 374 vehicles as part of a $311.5 million firm fixed-price contract. Overall, the contract calls for International Truck and Engine Corp. to supply up to a total of 2,781 vehicles, including 2,400 general transport trucks and 381 specialty vehicles, such as dump, water, recovery, and hazmat trucks.
Secure Elements, Inc., a provider of enterprise vulnerability management and remediation, has been selected to provide a vulnerability management solution to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).
Under a five-year, blanket purchase agreement (BPA), Secure Elements’ solution will be used to deliver policy enforcement, security patch management, configuration management, and asset control to as many as 200,000 network-accessible devices.