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NASA Taps ASRC Federal Subsidiary for $274M Goddard IT Support Contract

softwareAn ASRC Federal subsidiary has been awarded a potential five-year, $273.7 million contract to provide information technology support services at a NASA-run space research facility in Maryland.

NASA said Thursday that Arctic Slope Technical Services will help develop, run and sustain Goddard Space Flight Center’s information systems software under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract.

The agency’s Software Engineering Support II program will run from December 2015 to November 2020 and calls for technical work on spacecraft monitoring, on-orbit performance management and scientific data analysis platforms.

SES II is a small business set-aside contract that contains a one-year core component as well as a base term of 12 months, a one 24-month option period and an additional 14-month option.

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