NASA Taps Mori Associates for $300M Johnson Center IT, Comm Services Contract

Computer-EngineeringMori Associates has received a potential five-year, $300 million contract from NASA to provide information technology, multimedia and communication services to the Johnson Space Center in Texas.

NASA said Tuesday work on the cost-plus-award-fee contract will begin April 1 and covers support to JSC’s information resources directorate and external relations office.

The center serves as the agency’s hub for manned space mission research, training and operations.

Mori will help manage systems, applications, databases and facilities as well as support writing, editing, outreach, external communications and multimedia, library and repository operations at JSC.

Rockville, Maryland-based Mori is a woman-owned company that holds a 9001:2008 standard certification from the International Organization for Standardization and a Capability Maturity Model Integration level 2 rating from the CMMI Institute.

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