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NASA Selects Two Firms for $264M Flight Research Center Support Contract

Two companies have landed spots on a potential eight-year, $264M contract for engineering and technical support services to NASA‘s Armstrong Flight Research Center in California.

Analytical Mechanics Associates and New Horizons Aeronautics will vie for task orders under the ETSS indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, NASA said Thursday.

Work is scheduled to commence on Feb. 1 next year and will continue through Jan. 31, 2027.

Contractors will support the center’s research, flight and mission; facilities and safety and mission assurance; and project planning and control, laboratory and range and special studies.

Hampton, Va.-based AMA offers engineering, information technology, visualization and multimedia, research and development, analytics and program support to the government sector.

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