Amentum Secures $165M NASA Follow-On IDIQ for Propellants, Life Support Services

Jeff Brody

Amentum has landed a potential 10-year, $165M contract to help NASA address propellant and life support requirements at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Work includes project management, maintenance and engineering support for multiple systems as well as handling and distribution of hazardous materials to spaceport customers, the agency said Friday.

The KPLSS II indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a three-month phase-in period that will commence on July 1, followed by a two-year base period that runs through Sept. 30, 2022. The award also includes a two-year option and an additional six one-year extension periods.

Germantown, Md.-based Amentum is the former AECOM (NYSE: ACM) management services group that American Securities and Lindsay Goldberg acquired earlier this year.

URS, which sold itself to AECOM in 2014, was the contractor on the first KPLSS contract announced in August 2015.

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