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1 Department of Defense PRIME CONTRACT AWARDS, SIZE DISTRIBUTION Fiscal Year 1986 P08 DIR aornt FOR INFORMRTION OPCRRTIONS RND R PORTS (DIOR) 0 3 8

2 PRIME CONTRACT AWARDS SIZE DISTRIBUTION Fiscal Year 1986 Department of Defense Washington Headquarters Services Directorate for Information Operations and Reports For sale by the Superintendent ul Dacuiiim iljttj-s. Government PT'UII II IJ Ol I J.I.IJ, UdblitnjluiTT u.ll " DTIC and NTIS identification number for this publication is DIOR/PC8-86/01

3 FOREWORD Prime Contract Awards, Size Distribution is published annually and provides information on Department of Defense contract awards by size and; 1) Military Department; 2) Type of Contract; 3) Extent of Competed Procurement; 4) Kind of Action; 5) Selected Procurement Programs; and 6) Labor Standard Statutes.

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Tables: Table 1. - Military Department (Distribution): FY Table 2. Military Department (Cumulative): FY Table 3. Type of Contract: FY Table U. Extent of Competed Procurement: FY Table 5. Kind of Action: FY I Table 6. Selected Procurement Programs: FY 1986 Table 7- Department of Defense Prime Contract Awards by Size said by Labor Standard Statutes: FY I986 l6 lh

5 INTRODUCTION This report provides data on prime contract actions (PCA's) over $25,000 awarded by the Department of Defense (DOD) in Fiscal Year (FY) For reporting purposes, contracts have been distributed by dollar value into 11 different size categories. The tables provide information on the number of total actions, their net value, and their percent distribution, by size and according to a variety of categories, including awarding agency, type of contract involved, extent of competed procurements, kind of contract action taken, selected procurement programs, and labor standard statutes. Table 1 presents data by individual size category (e.g., $25,000 to $49,000, $50,000 to $99,000) while Tables 2 through 7 present data in cumulative categories (e.g., $25,000 or ; $50,000 or ). The information in Prime Contract Awards, Size Distribution, assists DOD management in projecting the workload that will be required by various proposed projects. For example, using data in this publication, DOD officials could determine that a proposal teview all contract actions of $500,000 or in FY 1986 would require examining approximately 32,000 transactions. These data can also be used to identify trends in DOD procurement, e.g., to identify which one of the various types of contracts was most frequently awarded (in terms of number of contract actions) during FY Beginning in FY 1986, two new tables, for selected procurement programs and labor standard statute statistics, are being presented. It should also be noted that in FY 1986, Table 4 has been changed teport the latest methodology for computing the extent of competed data. NOTES ON COVERAGE Contract actions of $25,000 or less are not included in this report. Information on the types of contracts or kind of action is not compiled on these purchases. Intragovernmental actions of $25,000 or (those actions placed by DOD with other Federal agencies, except as footnoted in Table 4) are also excluded from this report, as are foreign military sales (FMS) actions (actions placed by DOD in support of foreign governments). The data here represent new definitive awards as well as other types of transactions, including initial letter contracts, definitization of letter contracts, orders under contracts, funding actions, engineering changes, and terminations. Terminations and other downward adjustments of contracts are included in the award category to which their dollar amount corresponds. Both types are considered positive entries when calculating the total number of contract actions but negative entries when calculating total net value. Each transaction is rounded to the nearest thousand before being assigned to an award category, e.g., a transaction of $25,499 is rounded down to $25,000, while a transaction of $25,500 is rounded up to $26,000. Due to this rounding process, totals may not add up. HIGHLIGHTS As indicated above, with the exception of Table 4, data in this report exclude all actions of $25,000 or less as well as those intragovernmental and FMS actions of than $25,000. All DOD prime contract awards (over and under $25,000) in FY 1986 totaled $158,829 million. This is a decrease of $4,896 million or 3.0 percent less than FY These FY 1986 awards totaled 14,441,563 actions, which is a decrease of 238,370 actions from the FY 1985 figure. As shown in the following table, this report covers 86.6 percent of the procurement dollars and 1.7 percent of the actions awarded in FY 1986.

6 Actions Net Value Number Percent Millions Percent TOTAL 14,441,563.0 $158,829.0 Included in Report Excluded from Report: All Actions Less Than $25, , ,180, , , Intragovernmental/FMS Actions Over $25,000 22, , Prime Contract Awards by Awarding Department Tables 1 and 2 provide data on PCA's by size range (individual ranges in Table 1, cumulative ranges in Table 2) according to awarding department. Contract actions of $25,000 to $49,000 accounted for 31.2 percent of the number of actions but only 1.7 percent of the total dollars. Actions of $1 million or represented 80.5 percent of the total dollars but only 8.0 percent of the actions. Actions of $10 million or accounted for 56.0 percent of the total dollars but only 0.8 percent of the actions. Cumulative Percent Size of Action FY 1986 Percent Percent of Actions of Dollars FY 1985 Percent Percent of Actions of Dollars $25,000 to $49, $1 Million or More $10 Million or More

7 As shown in Table 2, actions of $1 million or accounted for 79.4 percent of the total Army procurement dollars, as compared with 81.6 percent for the Navy, 84.3 percent for the Air Force, 74.1 percent for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and 51.3 percent for Army Corp of Engineers, Civil Functions. Prime Contract Awards by Type of Contract As discussed above, data presented in this report have a variety of management uses. Data on the distribution of contracts by type of contract (e.g. firm-fixed price, fixed price incentive, or cost-pius-fixed-fee) are also used for analyzing DOD procurement patterns. Table 3 provides data on the net value and percent distribution of seven types of contract actions. As shown in this table, actions of $1 million or accounted for 97.2 percent of the dollars awarded on fixed-price incentive contracts, 96.0 percent of the cost-plus-incentive fee dollars, 95.0 percent of the fixed price redetermination dollars, and from 58.0 to 86.4 percent of the dollars for the remaining types of contracts. As shown below, firm-fixed/fixed price escalation contracts accounted for the highest percentage of actions, both in terms of the number of actions and total net value. Cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts represented the second largest category in terms of number of actions, while fixed-price incentive contracts accounted for the second largest grouping of contracts according to total net value. Actions Net Value Type of Contract Number Percent Millions Percent TOTAL (over $25,000) Firm-Fixed/Fixed Price Escalation Cost-Plus-Fixed Fee Other Cost Type Fixed-Price Incentive Cost-Pius Award Fee Cost-Pius Incentive Fee Fixed-Price Redetermination 238,688.0 $137, , , , , , , , , , , , Totals may not add up due tounding.

8 Prime Contract Awards by Extent of Competed Procurement Table 4 displays information on the net value and percent distribution of PCA's according to extent of competed procurement. Competed contract actions accounted for 73.0 percent of the actions and 55.7 percent of the dollars. Not competed actions made up 19.7 percent of the actions and 21.4 percent of the dollars. Follow-on only made up 7.3 percent of the actions, but 23.0 percent of the dollars. (These percentages were all computed based on the Total Except Exclusions column of Table 4.) Prime Contract Awards by Kind of Action PCA's are arrayed according to kind of procurement action (initial letter contract, definitive contract, change order, etc.) in Table 5. As shown in this table, actions of $1 million or accounted for 98.7 percent of the dollars awarded for definitive contracts which superseded letter contracts, 95.2 percent of the initial letter contract dollars, and from 56.9 to 89.7 percent of the dollars for the remaining kinds of procurement actions. Contract actions other than modifications accounted for 70.1 percent of all actions and 52.2 percent of the dollars. Modifications to contracts accounted for 29.9 percent of the actions and 47.8 percent of the dollars. The distribution within these two categories is shown in the table below. Actions Net Value Number Percent Millions Percent TOTAL 238,688.0 $137,543.0 Actions Other Than Modifications 167, , Definitive Contract Order Under Contract Initial Letter Contract Definitive Contract Superseding Letter Contract 87,208 78, ,324 18,780 2,488 4, Modifications 71, Funding Action Additional Work Change Order Termination ,832 1, Totals may not add up due tounding.

9 Prime Contract Awards by Selected Procurement Programs A procurement program designates a grouping of supplies, construction, or other services. When planned use is known at the time of purchase, a procurement program is assigned on the basis of the use of the supplies or work purchased (e.g. expenditure for maintenance tools peculiar to an aircraft would be included in the procurement program for aircraft, while general purpose production equipment would be grouped in the miscellaneous supplies procurement program.) in this new table. Table 6, nine selected procurement programs have been developed for displaying information for management use. Prime Contract Awards by Labor Standard Statutes Table 7, a new table in fiscal year deals with certain labor standard statutes applicable to DoD contract awards. Actions of $1 million or accounted for 87.6 percent of the dollars subject to the Walsh-Healey Act, Manufacturer, 67.4 percent of the Davis-Bacon Act dollars, 60.4 percent of the Service Contract Act dollars, and 59.1 percent of the Walsh-Healey Act, Regular Dealer dollars. As shown below, 85.1 percent of the total dollars are subject to some form of labor standard statute. Actions Net Value Number Percent Millions Percent TOTAL 238,688.0 $137,543.0 Subject to labor standard statutes 173, , Walsh-Healey Act, Manufacturer Service Contract Act Walsh-Healey Act, Regular Dealer Davis-Bacon Act 117,698 21,696 18,436 16, ,037 6,427 4,717 6, Not subject to the above 64, , Totals may not add up due tounding.

10 TABLE 1 Military Department (Distribution): FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE (IN DOLLARS) TOTAL 1 ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE DLA 2 CIVIL FUNCTIONSl TOTAL 238,688 $137,543 57,470 $31,737 75,809 $43,860 55,024 $42, ,096 $14,251 5,385 $ 1,414 25,000-49,000 74,497 2,355 16, , , , , ,000-99,000 63,076 3,976 13, ,092 1,279 13, , ,381 87, ,000 37,897 4,624 8,832 1,113 12,291 1,442 9,397 1,086 5, , ,000 16,058 3,399 3, ,060 1,052 4, , , ,000 15,032 4,919 3,893 1,261 4,489 1,459 4,152 1,290 1, , ,000 13,121 7,524 3,716 1,907 3,549 2,114 3,749 2, ,000,000-1,999,000 8,319 8,682 2,904 2,340 2,112 2,541 2,203 2, ,000,000-2,999,000 4,102 6,010 2,062 1, , , ,000,000-4,999,000 2,645 7, , , , ,000,000-9,999,000 1,990 11, , , , $10,000,000 or 1,951 76, , , , , Average Size (Dollars) $576,246 $552,236 $578,559 $766,157 $384,165 $262,581 PERCENT DISTRIBUTION TOTAL ,000-49, ,000-99, , , , , , , , , ,000,000-1,999, ,000,000-2,999, ,000,000-4,999, ,000,000-9,999, $10,000,000 or Includes Other Defense Agency awards not included elsewhere in this table, 2 Defense Logistics Agency.

11 TABLE 2 Military Department (Cumulative): FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE (IN DOLLARS) TOTAL 1 ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE DLA' CIVIL FUNCTIONS $10,000,000 5,000,000 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,000, , , ,000,000 50,000 25,000 or me me me me me 1,951 3,941 6,586 10,688 19,007 32,128 47,160 63, , , ,688 $ 76,970 88,353 96, , , , , , , , , $15,424 18, , ,211 10,703 27,118 14,596 28,380 18,439 29,205 27,271 30,319 41,149 31,213 57,470 31, $25,854 1,177 29, , , ,778 8,362 37,893 12,851 39,352 17,911 40,404 30, , ,809 43, $26, , ,729 12,881 17,211 26,608 40,079 55,024 31,542 33,194 35,548 37,653 38,943 39,812 40,898 41,703 42, ,184,268,685,509 10,603 22,053 37,096 $ 7,967 8,853 9,377 9,846 10,558 11,292 11,824 12,257 12,942 13,731 14, ,524,364,745, ,098 1,174 1,274 1,361 1,414 CUMULATIVE PERCENT ;io,ooo,ooo 5,000,000 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,000, , , ,000,000 50,000 25,000 or me me me , , , 59, , , , 77, 83, NOTE: Refer to TABLE 1 for footnotes

12 TABLE 3 Type of Contract: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) mtai FIRM FIXED/FIXED FIXED PRICE FIXED PRICE SIZE (IN DOLLARS) PRICE ESCALATION REDETERMINATION INCENTIVE $10,000,000 or 1,951 $ 76,970 1,214 $ 48,108 3 $ $ 18,194 5,000,000 or 3,941 88,353 2, ,241 3,000,000 or 6,586 96,053 4,405 60, ,856 2,000,000 or 10, ,064 7,486 64, ,015 20,288 1,000,000 or 19, ,344 70, ,527 20, ,000 or 32, ,614 75, ,153 21, ,000 or 47, ,462 79, ,690 21, ,000 or 63, , ,092 21,262,000 or 101, , ,887 21,331 50,000 or 164, , , ,813 21,373 25,000 or , ,808 21,397 Average Size (Dollars) $576,246 $476,796 $588,757 $3,684,056 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $10,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or

13 TABLE 3 (concluded) Type of Contract: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE (IN DOLLARS) COST -PLUS COST -PLUS COST -PLUS OTHER COST FIXED FEE AWARD FEE INCENTIVE FEE TYPE $10,000,000 or 162 $ 3, $ 1, $ 4, $ 1,127 5,000,000 or 356 4, , , ,363 3,000,000 or 651 5, , , ,649 2,000, 000 or 1,038 6, , , ,873 1,000,000 or me 2,163 8, , , , , 000 or 4,096 9,381 1,085 3, ,632 1,277 2, ,000 or me 6,419 10,215 1,396 3,680 1,009 5,675 2,103 2, , 000 or me 8,893 10,773 1,668 3,733 1,138 5,694 3,144 3,203, 000 or 13,656 11,390 2,221 3,800 1,373 5,718 5,840 3,540 50, 000 or me 19,180 11,753 2,965 3,846 1,570 5,726 10,271 3,834 25,000 or 23,520 11,897 3,638 3,866 1,777 5,730 13,788 3,948 Average Size (Dollars) $505,825 $1,062,672 $3,224,536 $286,336 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $10,000,000 or ,000, 000 or me ,000,000 or ,000,000 or , 000, 000 or , 000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or

14 TABLE 4 Extent of Competed Procurement: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE (IN DOLLARS) TOTAL EXCLUSIONS 1 TOTAL EXCEPT EXCLUSIONS COMPETED 2 FOLLOW ON NOT COMPETED $10,000,000 or 1,951 $ 76, $ 3,533 1,838 $73, $35, $23, $14,342 5,000,000 or 3,944 88, ,203 3,625 84,168 1,775 41, , ,584 3,000,000 or 6,594 96, ,691 5,864 91,400 2,915 45,448 1,277 26,304 1,672 19,649 2,000,000 or 10, ,116 2,143 5,154 8,559 96,962 4,355 48,758 1,782 27,118 2,422 21,086 1,000,000 or 19, ,811 3,564 6,012 15, ,800 8,179 53,738 2,884 28,119 4,406 22, ,000 or 32, ,383 5,552 6,980 26, ,404 15,064 58,221 4,342 28,760 7,267 24, ,000 or 47, ,362 7,649 7,668 39, ,694 23,575 61,272 5,667 29,070 10, ^ ,000 or 63, ,860 9,877 8,171 54, ,688 33,388 63,489 6,860 29,242 13,766 25, 958,000 or 103, ,702 14,870 8,825 88, ,877 58,537 66,777 9,305 29,435 20,662 26,665 50,000 or 170, ,930 22,545 9, , , ,895 69,699 12,928 29,612 31, ,279 25,000 or 251, ,525 31,146 9, , , ,151 71,607 16,332 29,690 43,956 27,599 Average Size (Dollars) $550,609 $309,189 $584,724 $447,122 SI, 817,904 $627,878 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $10,000,000 or ,000, or ,000, or ,000, or ,000, or , or ,000 or , or , I or ,000 or ,000 or Includes awards for educational/nonprofit institutions, utilities the 8A Program, and brand name items for commissary resale. Includes post-cica GSA schedule awards.

15 TABLE 5 Kind of Action: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) INITIAL DEFINITIVE CONTR ORDER DEFINITIVE TOTAL LETTER SUPERSEDING UNDER rnwtdart SIZE (IN DOLLARS) CONTRACT LETTER CONTRACT CONTRACT $10,000,000 or 1,951 $ 76, $ 1, $ 3, $ 24, $ 3,877 5,000,000 or me 3,941 88, , ,009 1,174 28, ,010 3,000,000 or 6,586 96, , ,094 1,855 30,843 1,385 7,492 2,000,000 or 10, , , ,127 2,698 32,896 3,207 8,758 1,000,000 or me 19, , , ,179 5,056 35,846 5,658 10, ,000 or me 32, , , ,209 8,874 38,474 9,542 12, ,000 or me 47, , , ,220 13,695 40,317 14,069 14, ,000 or me 63, , , ,223 18,983 41,591 19,102 15,170,000 or me 101, , , ,227 32,842 43,532 30,984 16,607 50,000 or me 164, , , ,230 57,749 45,276 51,900 17,929 25,000 or 238, , , ,232 87,208 46,324 78,562 18,780 Average Size (Dollars) $576,246 $3,235,371 $6,187,135 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $531,190 $239,047 $10,000,000 or ,000, 000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000 or , 000 or , 000 or ,000 or , 000 or me ,000 or

16 TABLE 5 (concluded) Kind of Action: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE(IN DOLLARS) MODIFICATIONS SUB- TOTAL ADDITIONAL WORK FUNDING ACTION CHANGE ORDER TERMINATION $10,000,000 or 1,058 $ 43, $ 21, $ 20, $ $ 179-5,000,000 or 1,939 47, ,749 1,070 23, , ,000,000 or 3,085 51,446 1,041 25,066 1,735 24, , ,000,000 or 4,462 54,019 1,440 25,987 2,550 26, , ,000,000 or 7,839 57,671 2,397 27,322 4,500 28, , ,000 or 13,109 60,493 3,960 28,386 7,458 29,660 1,551 2, ,000 or 18,664 62,103 5,568 28,985 10,526 30,479 2,316 3, ,000 or 24,280 63,139 7,188 29,368 13,692 31,019 3,034 3, ,000 or 36,256 64,370 10,759 29,851 20,115 31,620 4,729 3, ,000 or 53,320 65,270 16,558 30,251 27,523 31,956 8,110 3,578 1, ,000 or 71,465 65,718 22,539 30,456 34,250 32,087 12,832 3,714 1, Average Size (Dollars) $919,583 $1,351,258 $936,847 $289,433 $291,757- CUMULATIVE PERCENT $10,000,000 or , ,5, ,000,000 or , ,000,000 or ,2 45,6 1, ,000,000 or ,4 82, , ,000,000 or , , ,000 or , ,000 or , , , ,000 or ,7 23,6 86,2 19.8,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,0, u 55 0

17 TABLE 6 Selected Procurement Programs: FY 1986 SIZE (IN DOLLARS) TOTAL (S IN MILLIONS) ELECTRONICS AND AIRCRAFT MISSILE AND SPACE SYSTEMS SHIPS COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT $10,000,000 or 1,951 $ 76, $ 24, , $ 6, $ 8,896 5, 000,000 or 3,941 88, , , , ,198 3, 000, 000 or 6,586 96,053 1,287 27, , ,010 1,235 12,831 2, 000,000 or me 10, ,064 1,848 28,524 1,244 18, ,355 1,842 14,140 1,000,000 or 19, ,746 3,129 29,686 1,924 19, ,934 3,381 15, ,000 or 32, ,270 5,259 30,664 2,872 19,642 1,559 8,337 5,790 17, , 000 or 47, ,189 7,626 31,269 3,796 19,920 2,283 8,582 8,493 18, ,000 or 63, ,588 9,966 31,650 4,700 20,086 3,139 8,770 11,258 18,907, 000 or 101, ,212 15,094 32,119 6,198 20,242 5,441 9,054 17,072 19,603 50,000 or 164, ,188 24,534 32,629 8,248 20,361 9,933 9,341 26,541 20,196 25,000 or 238, ,543 35,319 32,920 9,851 20,404 15,352 9,511 36,782 20,511 Average Size (Dollars) $576,246 $932,076 $2 071,262 $619,528 $557,637 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $10,000,000 or, ,000,000 or me ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000 or me ,000 or , 000 or me , 000 or , 000 or me ,000 or

18 TABLE 6 (concluded) Selected Procurement Programs: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE(IN DOLLARS) OTHER MAJOR HARD GOODS SERVICES PETROLEUM MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES CONSTRUCTION $10,000,000 or 223 $ 7, $ 3, $ 7, $ 1, $ 1,989 5,000,000 or 415 9, , , , ,362 3,000,000 or 643 9, , , , ,293 2,000,000 or ,439 1,307 6, ,643 1,768 3, ,019 1,000,000 or 1,467 11,093 3,020 7, ,887 2,901 4,077 1,664 6, ,000 or 2,357 11,604 5,662 9, ,060 4,664 4,997 3,125 7, ,000 or 3,290 11,907 9,045 10,661 1,109 9,159 6,641 5,695 4,877 7, ,000 or 4,129 12,084 12,719 11,483 1,350 9,213 9,112 6,274 6, 845 8, 121,000 or 6,072 12,312 21,704 12,632 1,844 9,280 15,811 7,171 11, 879 8, ,000 or 8,948 12,487 35,916 13,557 2,401 9,316 29,040 8,064 18,630 9,237 25,000 or 11,963 12,579 51,773 14,078 2,922 9,333 47,629 8,698 27,097 9,509 Average Size (Dollars) $1,051,492 $271,918 $3,194,045 $182,620 $350,924 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $10,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or ,000 or

19 TABLE 7 Labor Standard Statutes: FY 1986 (S IN MILLIONS) SIZE (IN DOLLARS) $10,000,000 5,000,000 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,000, , , ,000,000 50,000 25,000 or or or or or or or or or or or Average Size (Dollars) ,688 19,007 32, ,160 63, , , ,688 TOTAL $ 76,970 88,353 96, , , , , , , , ,543 $576,246 WALSH-HEALEY ACT MANUFACTURER 502 $ 66, , , ,069 12,068 86,766 19,011 90,391 26,459 92,628 34,061 94,139 51,438 96,098 82,342 97, ,698 99,037 $841,450 WALSH-HEALEY ACT REGULAR DEALER 53 $ ,380,245,215,799 10,923 18, $255,858 SERVICE CONTRACT ACT 80 $ ,353 14,361 21,696 1, $296,230 DAVIS-BACON ACT ,471,761,972 11,770 16, ,978,418,666,808 $421,574 NOT SUBJECT TO PRIOR ACTS ,578 16,243 27,553 44,795 64,709 $ 6,378 8,171 9,541 10,730 12,720 14,811 16,276 17,317 18,772 19,897 20,553 $317,622 CUMULATIVE PERCENT $ or or or me 1, or me or me,000 or me 50,000 25,000 or ,

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