NASA Taps SAIC, ATS JV for Langley, Glenn Research Center Support

Space Launch SystemNASA has awarded a $200 million contract to Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and a $175.6 million contract to Alcyon Technical Services JV for services to Langley Research Center and Glenn Research Center, respectively.

The space agency said Friday SAIC will provide information technology services at Langley from November this year to October 2020 under the Langley Information Technology Enhanced Services II contract.

The contract covers IT support for science and engineering applications, data center, business management applications and project management, as well as system administration and software development, maintenance and operations for the Comprehensive Digital Transformation program.

SAIC will perform work at both Langley and the company’s facility in Hampton, Virginia.

NASA added Friday that Alcyon will provide administrative, logistics, records management, metrology and clerical support services at Glenn Research Center over a potential period of performance totaling 7.5 years.

The company will perform work in Ohio at the center in Cleveland and NASA’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky.

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