Jacobs Technology wins $12M contract for research support services

Jacobs Technology has won a $12 million contract to provide research operations support services.

According to the Defense Department, Jacobs will provide support for non-major-critical subcontracting labor, material, travel, equipment, training and other direct costs associated with the performance work statement under the basic contract.

The contract itself is support of liquid, solid, spacecraft, emerging and pervasive propulsion as well as experimental test operations.

Work will take place at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., and is expected to be completed by Mar. 31, 2016.

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