NASA has started soliciting proposals for a potential 10-year, follow-on contract covering research operations, maintenance and engineering support services to Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.
The space agency intends to conduct a full-and-open competition for the Center Maintenance, Operations and Engineering II contract in support of LaRC’s technical research facilities, according to a solicitation notice published Wednesday.
Jacobs (NYSE: J), the incumbent CMOE contractor, won a $742 millon award in 2013. The company provides research facilities operations, technology development and administration, central utilities operations, facility engineering and research and institutional maintenance support under the contract.
The CMOE II contract will have a 15-month base term, four 24-month option periods and another nine-month option term.
The agency expects the competitive acquisition process to result in one contract award by the end of March 2024 and anticipates CMOE II to take effect on July 1, 2024.
Interested stakeholders can submit questions related to the request for proposals until Sept. 4.
NASA will accept proposals through Sept. 28.