Radiance, Teledyne, Wyle Win Potential $350M NASA Engineering IDIQs

MSFC ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX (4200) IN THE SPRING OF THE YEAR
NASA photo

NASA has awarded three companies contracts potentially worth $350 million combined to provide engineering products and services to the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

Each five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a minimum order quantity value of $1 million, the agency said Monday.

Companies will compete for orders to help design, test and evaluate flight projects for the Marshall Center.

Awardees include:

  • Radiance Technologies
  • Teledyne Brown Engineering
  • Wyle Laboratories

Work will also support the center’s organizations for human and robotic exploration, science and technology development and future projects.

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