NASA Taps ASRC Federal Subsidiary for Program Analysis Contract

ASRC logo_EbizASRC Federal‘s InuTeq subsidiary will provide documentation, configuration and scheduling management and other support services to NASA under a potential five-year, $296 million contract.

NASA said Monday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity Program Analysis and Control IV contract is effective Jan. 1 and also covers general business and accounting services.

A 45-day phase-in period will begin on Nov. 14, the agency added.

ASRC Federal InuTeq is a small business based in Beltsville, Maryland.

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