Jacobs Wins Potential $3.2B Contract for Ground Systems Support at NASA Kennedy Space Center

Jacobs (NYSE: J) has secured a potential $3.2 billion contract to support ground systems and launch infrastructure at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The company will assemble, integrate, launch and recover vehicles for the Artemis program through 2033 as part of the Consolidated Operations, Management, Engineering and Test contract, NASA said Friday.

Work also includes support to the agency’s Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System, the International Space Station, partnerships at KSC and commercial ventures.

The cost-plus-incentive-fee/award fee contract has a three-year, five-month base period slated to commence May 1 and options that would extend services for another four years and seven months.

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