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Wyle Wins Potential $2B NASA Health Contract to Support Human Spaceflight Prgms

Wyle Laboratories Inc. has won a potential $1.76 billion human health and performance contract to support NASA’s Johnson Space Center human spaceflight programs. Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the company will provide the agency with biomedical, medical and health services, according to a statement from the space agency. The contract, which …

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Wyle NASA Bioastronautics Support IDIQ Now $1.2B

NASA has increased the total value of a bioastronautics support contract with Wyle‘s integrated science and engineering group to $1.2 billion, the agency said Thursday. The company won a $49 million modification to increase the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity value portion to $963.5 million. Wyle’s subcontractors include Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), Barrios Technology …

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Jacobs Wins Potential $1B for NASA Test, Operations Support

Jacobs Technology has won a potential $1.37 billion contract to provide NASA testing and operations support for programs such as the International Space Station. NASA said the contract contains a one-year, seven-month base period and options to extend work through Sept. 30, 2022. The subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group will …

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SRA To Help FBI Operate Crisis Info System; Jim McClave Comments

SRA International Inc. will help the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation develop products and operate the bureau’s crisis information management system, the company announced Tuesday. The sole-award contract is potentially worth $19 million over one base year and seven option years. SRA has supported the bureau for 13 years, said …

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Lockheed Wins $370M to Test Orion Vehicle for NASA

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) has secured a $370 million sole source contract from NASA to perform a test flight of Lockheed’s Orion crew vehicle, NextGov reports. NASA issued a justification notice for the contract Thursday, saying only Lockheed could fulfill the space agency’s requirements for the test flight. NASA …

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Lockheed Martin Questions Safety, Cost of Commercial Passenger Transport to ISS

Lockheed Martin is warning that the fast-tracking of plans to develop commercial passenger transport systems for the International Space Station (ISS) costly and unsafe. John Stevens, director of business development for human spaceflight at Lockheed Martin Space Systems, said “we’re having a hard time affording the Orion program, which is designed to take humans …

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