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Engineering support of NASA lab to earn ManTech $23.3 million

Yesterday, ManTech International Corporation announced that is has been awarded the recompete for the Reliability Engineering Support Services contract from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The competitively awarded prime contract, is valued at $23.3 million.

The contract calls for ManTech to provide the following services: circuit and systems reliability; modeling, simulation and analysis; dynamics; thermal and structural analysis; natural space environments; electromagnetic compatibility; problem failure reporting; probabilistic risk assessment; and product and quality assurance for the flight projects at JPL.

“We will apply our extensive systems engineering experience and strong knowledge of the NASA JPL mission to support the customer on this contract, ” said company president and chief operating officer Larry Prior. “ManTech is an industry leader in safety, reliability and quality engineering supporting JPL, multiple NASA Centers, the National Reconnaissance Office, Missile Defense Agency, the Navy and the Air Force Space Command.”

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory is the lead U.S. center for robotic exploration of the solar system, and conducts major programs in space-based Earth sciences and astronomy. JPL spacecraft have visited all of the planets from Mercury to Neptune.

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