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NASA Posts Solicitation for Potential $444M Facility Operations, Maintenance Contract

NASA is soliciting proposals for a potential $444 million contract to provide facility operations, service and maintenance at John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi and Marshall Space Flight Center’s Michoud Assembly Facility in Louisiana.

The Combined Operations, Services, Maintenance & Infrastructure Contract has an ordering period of eight years and three months and covers site services; environment services and program management; contract management; logistics; safety, health and environmental compliance; facility operations and maintenance; and engineering and manufacturing support services, according to a notice posted Tuesday on SAM.gov.

Some elements of COSMIC’s core service operations are identified as indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity requirements to support NASA programs, projects and tenants.

NASA anticipates awarding the contract on Dec. 5, 2024, with work expected to commence on July 1, 2025.

Responses to the request for proposals are due June 11.

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