NASA Awards Engineering, Technology and Science Contract

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NASA Awards Engineering, Technology and Science Contract

WASHINGTON — NASA has comparison Jacobs Technology Inc. of Tullahoma, Tenn., for an engineering, record and scholarship agreement during a agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.

The cost-plus-award-fee services agreement has a intensity value of $1.93 billion, including options. The agreement starts May 1 with a five-year bottom duration followed by dual two-year options and includes indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity charge orders.

Work underneath a agreement will support Johnson’s Engineering Directorate and Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science Directorate. Services will include: engineering pattern and development; nutritious engineering; engineering investigate and assessment, record development; exam services; laboratory and trickery operation and maintenance; heavenly goal research; earthy scholarship research; and astromaterial curation. Contract services will be achieved during Johnson and comforts owned by Jacobs and vital subcontractors. It will be managed in Houston.

NASA programs and offices that will be upheld by a agreement embody a International Space Station, Orion, Advanced Exploration Systems, a Chief Technologist and Commercial Crew and Cargo and Mars Science Laboratory scholarship investigate and operations.

Companies that will support Jacobs on this agreement embody Aerodyne Industries of Oldsmar, Fla.; HX5 of Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; Hamilton Sundstrand of Windsor Locks, Conn., and Barrios Technology, ERC Inc., GeoControl Systems Inc., Oceaneering Space Systems and MRI Technologies, all of Houston.

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