NASA Plans $387M Follow-On Systems Engineering IDIQ

NASA Plans $387M Follow-On Systems Engineering IDIQ
NASA Goddard

NASA has indicated its intent to solicit proposals for a potential $387M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for follow-on systems engineering work at multiple facilities.

The agency said in a SAM notice posted Thursday it expects to award the second iteration of the Systems Engineering Advanced Services contract by June 1 next year.

Work will include support for guidance, navigation and control systems, mission engineering and systems analysis.

The next contract has a base ordering period of five years and may extend for six additional months, according to NASA. Interested parties can ask questions and submit feedback on the presolicitation notice through Oct. 5.

Alcyon Technical Services Joint Venture won the original SEAS small business set-aside contract, valued at $188M, in September 2015 

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