Aerospace Corp. Gets Potential $621M NASA IDIQ for Engineering, Evaluation & Test Services

Jeff Brody

Aerospace Corp. has secured a potential nine-year, $621M ​​​contract from NASA to provide specialized engineering, evaluation and test services across the space agency.

The El Segundo, Calif.-based company will help the agency manage on- and off-site projects, facilitate training and conduct scientific and technical studies as part of the NSEETS contract, NASA said Tuesday.

Work will also include test and evaluation of spaceflight hardware and prototype systems at the company's own laboratories.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year base period that will commence on Oct. 1, followed by a four-year option period.

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