Mark Gray: ASRC Federal Subsidiary Wins Contract for NASA Flight Research, IT Support

Mark Gray
Mark Gray

ASRC Federal‘s InuTeq subsidiary has won a potential $73 million contract to provide operational and information technology services to NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in California.

InuTeq will assist the center’s mission information and test systems directorate in running its aeronautical test range and research aircraft integration facility, ASRC Federal said Thursday.

“We understand the importance of seamlessly supporting the center’s operations and IT infrastructure so that researchers and scientists can focus on mission priorities and objectives, ” said Mark Gray, ASRC Federal president and CEO.

IT work covers database and web development, data center management, system administration and business application development.

The business will also work with the center on in-flight photography and video production activities.

The contract has a one-year base period of performance and four option years.

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