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Raytheon Wins $120 Million NASA Contract

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has received a contract valued up to $120 million to support facilities and operations for astronaut training at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) and Sonny Carter Training Facility in Houston. According to the firm, “under the contract, RTSC will operate, maintain, and perform engineering services for equipment …

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ITT to Support NASA Facility in Virginia with $117 Million Deal

ITT Corporation (NYSE: ITT) is moving forward as part of a team scheduled to work on comprehensive range operations services at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The five-year base period with an estimated value of $117 million to the entire LJT team. “This is an important strategic win …

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George Pedersen on ManTech’s Honor from NASA

ManTech International (Nasdaq:MANT) received the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) 2010 Contractor Excellence Award. According to the firm, “ManTech was recognized in the large business service provider category, an award it also received from NASA GSFC in 2000 and 2004. NASA also awarded ManTech the George M. Low award, …

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Dr. Ray Johnson of Lockheed Martin on New Space Manufacturing Technique

Aerospace engineers in the private sector and with NASA unveiled a new process for constructing space fuel tanks that could reduce costs and weight by as much as 25 percent. The results are the opposite of what normally happens when cutting weight. “Usually, when you reduce weight, the cost goes …

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INDUS Corporation Provides Support to NASA

INDUS Corporation announced today that it provided support for NASA’s new Web 2.0 application, Spacebook. The new application is highlighted on the White House website as an example of the Open Government Directive. The Spacebook application allows the use of a variety of social networking tools to enhance collaboration efforts …

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CSC Awarded Contractor of the Year by NASA

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has awarded CSC two awards for contractor of the year. CSC was awarded two “Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year” awards for IT services at the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center and the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Tom Anderson, president of …

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CSC and NASA Successful Test Launch

NASA and CSC in a joint venture successful test launched the Ares I-X test vehicle at the Kennedy Space Center.  For the historic launch CSC provided essential range services and managed the joint venture known as Computer Sciences Raytheon. On the day of the launch, about 150 personnel provided radar …

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Contract Award- SAIC – $235 Million – NASA

NASA has awarded SAIC a contract extension for work on the United NASA IT Services contract. The contract extension, worth $235 million, has a base period of 8 months with a 6 month optional extension. Under the contract, SAIC will provide IT services to the Marshall Space Flight Center and …

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News- NASA moves towards a billion dollar IT contract

As soon as December 4th NASA could open competition for the first contract in a large series of information technology services contracts estimated at more than $4 billion. As a part of the Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P), NASA plans to award five contracts to consolidate the agencies IT …

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Engineering support of NASA lab to earn ManTech $23.3 million

Yesterday, ManTech International Corporation announced that is has been awarded the recompete for the Reliability Engineering Support Services contract from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The competitively awarded prime contract, is valued at $23.3 million. The contract calls for ManTech to provide the following services: circuit and systems reliability; …

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