Bastion Technologies to Continue NASA Safety, Mission Assurance Support

Jeff Brody

NASA has awarded Bastion Technologies a contract modification to continue providing safety and mission assurance services to multiple agency facilities.

Bastion will help NASA centers plan, incorporate and assess system safety engineering measures under the modification valued at $35.7M, the agency said Wednesday.

Work will also include risk management, project assurance, documentation, report support, maintainability and reliability engineering services.

The award increases the potential value of the company's indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to $267.4M.

NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center administers the contract.

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