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NASA Seeks Engineering Support for Goddard Space Flight Center Operations

Jeff Brody

NASA is looking for potential vendors that could support the engineering technology directorate at Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland as part of the follow-on Mechanical Integrated Services and Technologies program.

The agency said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice it plans to award a cost-plus-fixed-fee and indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a maximum value of $690M. The single-award IDIQ will have an ordering period of five years and a possible six-month extension.

MIST II will cover design, development, integration, testing and operation of hardware for space and ground systems in support of NASA’s mechanical and instrument systems and technology divisions.

The program seeks to focus on areas such as microwave technology, laser and electronic optics, thermal systems, cryogenics, material engineering, electromechanical designs and other mechanical engineering concepts.

Interested parties can submit responses through Oct. 24.

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