LJT & Associates to Support NASA Exploration Ground Systems Under Potential $125M IDIQ

LJT & Associates has secured a potential $124.8M contract to help NASA manage exploration ground systems at the Kennedy Space Center.

The company will provide business management, engineering, technical and administrative support to the ECS program under the cost-plus fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, NASA said Saturday.

Tasks include planning and design of spaceflight systems, integration and analysis of operations, development of technical requirements and management of cost, risk, information and configuration.

The IDIQ contains an 18-month base period that will commence on April 1 and options that would extend work through Sept. 30, 2026.

The EGS program aims to develop systems and facilities that can support processing and deployment of spacecraft and rocket systems throughout the assembly, transport and launch phases.

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