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NASA Contract Modification For Engineering And Support Services

Sonja Alexander                                   
202-358-1761
Headquarters, Washington
sonja.r.alexander@nasa.gov

Angela Storey
256-544-0034
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
angela.d.storey@nasa.gov

RELEASE : C12-004 NASA For And HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — NASA has signed its final contract option with InfoPro Corp. in Huntsville to continue technicians and trades support services for the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

The $45.7 million contract modification includes $4.1 million for mission services and a potential maximum order quantity value of $41.6 million for additional support services that are available through orders under the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion of the contract.

The contract covers a wide range of engineering technicians and other trade skills to perform testing, ground and space-based research, test operations, data analysis, machine and shop operations, and other technical activities.

The one-year contract option begins on March 1, 2012. The performance based, cost-plus-award-fee, mission services contract with an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion has a potential mission services value of $56.9 million and a potential maximum order quantity value of $150.8 million, with the exercise of this final option period. The contract was originally awarded in March 2008.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

          http://www.nasa.gov

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NASA Awards Engineering Support Services Contract

Sonja Alexander                              
202-358-1761
Headquarters, Washington
sonja.r.alexander@nasa.gov

Rob Wyman
757-864-6120/757-912-2973
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.
rob.wyman@nasa.gov

RELEASE : C12-005 NASA Contract Hampton, Va. — NASA announced the selection of Analytical Mechanics Associates Inc. of Hampton to provide engineering to research and technology development for the Langley Research Center.

The Technology, Engineering and Aerospace Mission Support 2 (TEAMS 2) contract was awarded after a competitive selection and will support multiple long-term, complex NASA missions. Contract support will include such services as support of scientific research; engineering design, analysis and development; and technology readiness level advancement of work associated with evolving NASA missions. TEAMS 2 also will implement technology programs, tests, operations, analysis and conceptual design; and provide program and project management support.

The contract performance period is five years, including options, and cannot exceed a total value of about $327.5 million.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

           http://www.nasa.gov

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NASA Contract Modification For Engineering And Support Services

Sonja Alexander                                   
202-358-1761
Headquarters, Washington
sonja.r.alexander@nasa.gov

Angela Storey
256-544-0034
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
angela.d.storey@nasa.gov

RELEASE : C12-004 NASA For And HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — NASA has signed its final contract option with InfoPro Corp. in Huntsville to continue technicians and trades support services for the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

The $45.7 million contract modification includes $4.1 million for mission services and a potential maximum order quantity value of $41.6 million for additional support services that are available through orders under the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion of the contract.

The contract covers a wide range of engineering technicians and other trade skills to perform testing, ground and space-based research, test operations, data analysis, machine and shop operations, and other technical activities.

The one-year contract option begins on March 1, 2012. The performance based, cost-plus-award-fee, mission services contract with an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion has a potential mission services value of $56.9 million and a potential maximum order quantity value of $150.8 million, with the exercise of this final option period. The contract was originally awarded in March 2008.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

          http://www.nasa.gov

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NASA Contract Modification For Engineering And Support Services

Sonja Alexander                                   
202-358-1761
Headquarters, Washington
sonja.r.alexander@nasa.gov

Angela Storey
256-544-0034
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
angela.d.storey@nasa.gov

RELEASE : C12-004 NASA For And HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — NASA has signed its final contract option with InfoPro Corp. in Huntsville to continue technicians and trades support services for the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

The $45.7 million contract modification includes $4.1 million for mission services and a potential maximum order quantity value of $41.6 million for additional support services that are available through orders under the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion of the contract.

The contract covers a wide range of engineering technicians and other trade skills to perform testing, ground and space-based research, test operations, data analysis, machine and shop operations, and other technical activities.

The one-year contract option begins on March 1, 2012. The performance based, cost-plus-award-fee, mission services contract with an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion has a potential mission services value of $56.9 million and a potential maximum order quantity value of $150.8 million, with the exercise of this final option period. The contract was originally awarded in March 2008.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

          http://www.nasa.gov

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NASA Awards Engineering Support Services Contract

Sonja Alexander                              
202-358-1761
Headquarters, Washington
sonja.r.alexander@nasa.gov

Rob Wyman
757-864-6120/757-912-2973
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.
rob.wyman@nasa.gov

RELEASE : C12-005 NASA Contract Hampton, Va. — NASA announced the selection of Analytical Mechanics Associates Inc. of Hampton to provide engineering to research and technology development for the Langley Research Center.

The Technology, Engineering and Aerospace Mission Support 2 (TEAMS 2) contract was awarded after a competitive selection and will support multiple long-term, complex NASA missions. Contract support will include such services as support of scientific research; engineering design, analysis and development; and technology readiness level advancement of work associated with evolving NASA missions. TEAMS 2 also will implement technology programs, tests, operations, analysis and conceptual design; and provide program and project management support.

The contract performance period is five years, including options, and cannot exceed a total value of about $327.5 million.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

           http://www.nasa.gov

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NASA Awards Engineering Support Services Contract

Sonja Alexander                              
202-358-1761
Headquarters, Washington
sonja.r.alexander@nasa.gov

Rob Wyman
757-864-6120/757-912-2973
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.
rob.wyman@nasa.gov

RELEASE : C12-005 NASA Contract Hampton, Va. — NASA announced the selection of Analytical Mechanics Associates Inc. of Hampton to provide engineering to support research and technology development for the Langley Research Center.

The Technology, Engineering and Aerospace Mission Support 2 (TEAMS 2) contract was awarded after a competitive selection and will support multiple long-term, complex NASA missions. Contract support will include such services as support of scientific research; engineering design, analysis and development; and technology readiness level advancement of work associated with evolving NASA missions. TEAMS 2 also will implement technology programs, tests, operations, analysis and conceptual design; and provide program and project management support.

The contract performance period is five years, including options, and cannot exceed a total value of about $327.5 million.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

           http://www.nasa.gov

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NASA Extends Electrical Systems Engineering Services Contract

RELEASE : 11-056 NASA GREENBELT, Md. — NASA has extended the ordering period and increased the maximum ordering value of the Electrical Systems Engineering Services (ESES) interim with MEI Technologies, Inc. of Houston.

This contract action has been implemented to sustain performance until the ESES II follow-on contract is awarded. It is anticipated ESES II will be awarded by September 2012.

The ordering period has been extended for six months from February 9, 2012, through August 8, 2012, with an option to extend for an additional three months through November 8, 2012. The maximum ordering value of this indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has been increased by $64.5 million to a total of $163.5 million, with an additional ordering value of $25.2 million to be added if the three-month option is exercised.

Under this contract, MEI, Inc. performs tasks necessary and incidental for the study, design, development, fabrication, integration, testing, verification, and operations of space flight, airborne, and ground system hardware and software. This includes development and validation of new technologies to enable future space and science missions in of the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.

Task orders issued under the ESES interim contract provide critical support to a wide range of NASA’s GSFC missions and projects including: Global Precipitation Measurement, Magnetospheric MultiScale, Landsat Data Continuity, James Webb Space Telescope, Soil Moisture Active-Passive, Soft X-Ray Spectrometer for ASTRO-H, the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System, and others.

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