Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has won a five-year $96 million contract with NASA's Safety Center (NSC) to provide audits, assessments, and assurance services across the agency's centers and suppliers.
"Honeywell has proudly served NASA since the earliest days of the U.S. space program," said Vince Trim, president of Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc. (HTSI). "This contract signifies increasing levels of responsibility for Honeywell as we continue in our shared pursuit of excellence in meeting NASA's mission objectives and demonstrates Honeywell's continued performance in an environment marked by budget restraints."
The current contract adds compliance verification of safety and mission assurance requirements to a well-established history of performance providing contract assurance for NASA for more than a decade. Under the terms of the contract HTSI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Honeywell, will provide critical safety and mission assurance support worldwide under direction of the NASA Safety Center (NSC). This support is provided to NASA headquarters, field centers, programs and projects, and suppliers.
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