Barrios Technology to Help Organize NASA Projects Under Potential $160M Contract

Houston-based aerospace services provider Barrios Technology has secured a potential eight-year, $160 million contract to help NASA coordinate projects at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.

NASA said Wednesday the company could extend support services to other agency facilities under the Consolidated Program Support Services Project Coordination indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The woman-owned and operated contractor will plan projects, track assets, coordinate with offices and produce reports for various center activities.

Contract work is scheduled to commence on April 16 and the award includes seven one-year options.

The agency pegged the value of mission services under the IDIQ at $67.9 million.

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