NASA Contract Modification For Engineering And Support Services
NASA has signed its final contract option with InfoPro Corp. in Huntsville to continue engineering technicians and trades support services for the agency's Marshall Space Flight Center.
The $45.7 million contract modification includes $4.1 million for mission services and a potential maximum order quantity value of $41.6 million for additional support services that are available through orders under the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion of the contract.
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The contract covers a wide range of engineering technicians and other trade skills to perform testing, ground and space-based research, test operations, data analysis, machine and electrical shop operations, and other technical activities.
The one-year contract option begins on March 1, 2012. The performance based, cost-plus-award-fee, mission services contract with an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity portion has a potential mission services value of $56.9 million and a potential maximum order quantity value of $150.8 million, with the exercise of this final option period. The contract was originally awarded in March 2008.
Source : NASA