Military services unveil annual honor roll for contractors

It’s not exactly Yelp, but the military services are spreading the word on which contractors they hold in the highest regard.

The Army, Navy, and Air Force on Monday released their supplier performance ratings shortlists for 2016 — an honor roll for contractors’ business units scored highly by the military acquisition community.

The Superior Supplier Incentive Program (SSIP) originated as a Navy pilot program, but Frank Kendall, under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, expanded the program to include the Army and Air Force in June 2014, in support of DoD’s Better Buying Power initiative.

The SSIP recognizes the best performing business units within parent companies receiving the highest contract obligations for the last three fiscal years.

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Ranking is based on data taken from the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS), which evaluates a contractor’s quality work upon completion, and weighs favorably for contracts with a high dollar value.

Contractors who scored in the “Tier I” category consistently received a “very good” or “exceptional” rating in CPARS assessment rubric, including performance measurement criteria, fulfilling contractual requirements and responsiveness to government questions or concerns.

Superior Supplier Incentive Program — Tier I
Army Navy Air Force
Boeing – Boeing Military Aircraft BAE Systems – Intelligence and Security; Platforms and Services BAE Systems – Electronic Systems;  Intelligence & Security
Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. – Booz Allen Hamilton Boeing Global Services and Support Ball Corporation
CACI International, Inc. – CACI International Erapsco Boeing – Network & Space Systems
General Electric – Aviation General Electric Aviation CACI International, Inc.
Hellfire Systems, LLC – Hellfire Systems Leidos Corporation Honeywell International – Aerospace
Lockheed Martin – Missiles & Fire Control; Lockheed Martin – Mission Systems & Training National Security Solutions L-3 Communications – Aerospace Systems
Northrop Grumman – Technical Services Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems Lockheed Martin – Information Systems & Global Solutions; Mission Systems & Training; Space Systems
Raytheon – Integrated Defense Systems Raytheon – Integrated Defense Systems; Missile Systems Orbital ATK – Flight Systems
Sierra Nevada Corp
ULA/ULS

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