Lockheed wins $340M extension to NASA operations assistance work

Lockheed Martin has won a $340 million contract extension to continue providing NASA with facilities development and operations support of human spaceflight missions at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

The extension brings the total contract value to over $1 billion.

The company will continue to provide engineering and operations assistance for the hardware, software, data and display systems used to train for and execute all human spaceflight missions supported by the Mission Operations Directorate at the center, Lockheed said in a release.

In addition to this work, the company is also modernizing the mission control center, training facilities and software applications for the next generation of space flight.

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