NASA Increases Value of Bioastronautics Contract


NASA Increases Value of Bioastronautics Contract

HOUSTON — NASA has increasing a value of a agreement with Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group of Houston to yield stability support to a Human Health and Performance Directorate during NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.

The alteration increases a not-to-exceed indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity value of a agreement by $49 million, from $914.5 million to $963.5 million. This value is only a apportionment of a contract. The altogether value of a agreement with this change is $1.2 billion. Wyle has hold a cost-plus-award-fee agreement given May 1, 2003. The agreement ends Apr 30. A follow-on competition, famous as a Health and Human Performance Contract (HHPC), is underneath way.

Services supposing underneath a stream agreement support a International Space Station and Orion programs. Work includes medical services, research, record development, engineering, operations and moody hardware growth to support a health, reserve and capability of crews vital and operative in space. Wyle maintains willingness of comforts and laboratories and provides services for module integration, habitability and environmental factors, tellurian instrumentation and countermeasures, space medicine, moody hardware growth and tellurian research.

Work underneath a agreement is achieved during Johnson and Ellington Field in Houston, as good as NASA’s White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N.M.

Major subcontractors embody Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Barrios Technology Inc., Enterprise Advisory Services Inc., Bastion Technologies and Muniz Engineering Inc., all in Houston, and Futron Corporation in Bethesda, Md.

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