The General Services Administration has released the full list of awardees on a potential 10-year, multiple-award master contract to research, develop, maintain, support and operate manned, optionally manned and unmanned platforms and robotics systems.
GSA divided the awardees on the ASTRO contract into 10 pools encompassing various services in support of the systems, according to an award notice posted Wednesday.
The agency selected 45 vendors each for aviation, development/systems integration, research, support and training pools, 37 awardees for mission operations, 36 companies for data operations, 29 vendors for maritime and 25 contractors each for ground and space pools.
Several vendors have been named awardees in multiple pools.
The ASTRO program is sponsored by the Department of Defense and seeks support for platforms that may be based on land, sea, air or space.
GSA issued the final solicitation for the ASTRO program in August 2020.