Mission Technologies to Support NASA’s Quality Assurance, Workplace Safety Programs

SpaceLaunchSystemMission Technologies has won a potential $48.3 million contract to provide mission safety and assurance services at NASA‘s Langley Research Center in Virginia.

NASA chose the company to support Langley’s programs aimed at fostering a safe workplace for agency and contractor employees doing aeronautical and spaceflight activities, NASA said Monday.

The cost-plus-fixed-fee contract contains a one-month phase-in period, 12 base months and four option years and the company is scheduled to start work on Oct. 18.

Mission Technologies will also perform facility inspection and maintenance, as well as support spaceflight hardware and material testing.

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