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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

NASA Uses Technology, Engineering, And Aerospace Mission Support Contract Option

Sonja Alexander
Headquarters, Washington     
Rob Wyman
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.,
HAMPTON, Va. -- NASA has elected to exercise the first option of the Technology, Engineering and Aerospace Mission Support contract (TEAMS 2) that was awarded to Analytical Mechanics Associates, Inc. of Hampton, Va., on Feb. 22. The contracted work will be performed at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton.

The option is valued at almost $42.2 million. The total value of this cost-plus award-fee with indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract is approximately $328 million.

The TEAMS 2 contract will provide engineering services to support research and technology development to meet evolving NASA mission objectives. Work requirements include support of scientific research; engineering design, analysis, and development; and technology readiness level advancement associated with evolving NASA missions. Additional work includes implementation of technology programs; test implementation and operations; systems analysis and conceptual design; and program/project management support.

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