NASA Selects 9 Companies to Support Johnson Space Center’s Flight Operations Directorate

Johnson Space CenterNASA has awarded nine companies indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts worth a total of $49.5 million over five years for specialized engineering, aeronautics and manufacturing support services to the Johnson Space Center’s flight operations directorate.

The space agency said Friday task orders encompass aerostructural engineering and analysis, aeromechanical systems, aeroavionics, electrical and software, ground support engineering services, fabrication and provisioning work.

Awardees include:

  • American Systems
  • ATA Engineering
  • Bastion Technologies
  • Engineering and Software System Solutions
  • Flight Test & Mechanical Solutions
  • Oceaneering International
  • Rothe Enterprises
  • Southern Research Institute
  • ZIN Technologies

The JSC flight operations directorate oversees aircraft operations, planning and execution of human spaceflight missions and training and support for astronauts, flight directors and controllers at the center.

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