NASA has awarded contracts worth approximately $135.4 million to Sverdrup Technology and Analex to support propulsion test operations and provide support services.
Sverdrup Technology’s contact, awarded by NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC) is a six-year, cost-plus-award-fee contract to support propulsion test operations at SSC and Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).
The contract has a total estimated value of $126 million and includes $41 million for a two-year base period and $85 million for two, two-year priced option periods.
The major elements of the contract include administering an integrated contract team for safe, environmentally compliant test activities; test and engineering core capabilities; and test project implementation.
Analex Corporation has been awarded approximately $9.4 million to provide support services to NASA.
The work performed under this contract consists largely of software engineering, electrical and mechanical systems design and development, design engineering and analysis, communication technology support and general project support, and will be provided primarily by Analex staff in Cleveland, Ohio.