The option extends the facilities development and operations contract through Sept. 30, 2014 and increases the total contract value to $1 billion, NASA said Thursday.
Lockheed will continue to help the agency operate training hardware, software, data and display systems at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Work will occur in the JSC’s mission control center and mission simulator and training facility, NASA said.
Washington Technology reports Lockheed’s team of subcontractors includes:
- Barrios Technology
- Cimarron Software Services
- GHG Corp.
- Honeywell (NYSE: HON)
- J&P Technology
- LZ Technology
- Prairie View A&M University
- University of Texas at El Paso