A joint venture between Banner Quality Management Inc. and Peerless Technologies will continue to support information technology operations at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Ohio under a five-year, $233.2 million contract.
The BQMI-Peerless JV will perform IT work for the Cleveland-based agency center and the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility in Sandusky as part of the Professional, Administrative, Computational, and Engineering Services V indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, NASA said Saturday.
Glenn sought IT assistance at the programmatic, research and institutional levels.
PACE V is a follow-on, small business set-aside contract with a two-year base period slated to commence on July 1. Services would extend if NASA exercises a two-year option and an additional one-year option.