NASA Picks 16 Firms for Potential $500M Space Station Research, Engineering IDIQ

NASA has awarded 16 companies positions on a potential seven-year, $500 million to provide research and engineering products and services to the International Space Station.

The Research, Engineering, and Mission Integration Services program covers spaceflight and ground technology platforms; sustaining engineering; payload facility; research mission integration; and operations services, NASA said Thursday.

The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year base period along with a two-year option.

REMIS contractors are:

  • Barrios Technology
  • BioServe Space Technologies
  • Boeing (NYSE: BA)
  • Consolidated Safety Services
  • Craig Technical Consulting
  • Hamilton Sundstrand Space Systems International
  • KBRWyle (NYSE: KBR)
  • Leidos (NYSE: LDOS)
  • MEI Technologies
  • Oceaneering International
  • Sierra Nevada Corp.
  • Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies
  • Tec-Masters
  • TechShot
  • Teledyne Brown Engineering
  • ZIN Technologies

NASA organizations or other federal agencies may use the contract by entering into a mutual agreement with the agency’s International Space Station Program.

Check Also

Steve Worley, Chris Emerson Named to HawkEye 360 Board

Defense industry leaders Steve Worley and Chris Emerson have joined the board of directors of HawkEye 360, a Herndon, Va.-based radio frequency data analytics company.

General Atomics Buys IJK Controls to Drive UAS Tech Expansion

General Atomics has bought the intellectual property, facilities and other assets of Pasadena, Calif.-based gimbal maker IJK Controls for an undisclosed sum to add payload stabilization technology to the former's unmanned aircraft system offerings.