PAE wins $453.5M support contract at Marshall Space Flight Center

PAE has won a $453.5 million contract to support operations at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

Marshall is responsible for developing NASA’s Space Launch System for carrying explorers and cargo on missions beyond Earth orbit, supporting science operations on the International Space Station, managing robotic planetary probes and studying Earth’s weather and human impact on the environment, PAE said in a release.

The contract, called the Facilities Operations, Maintenance Support Services (FOMSS) contract, will last until Aug. 29, 2023 with options.

Under the contract, PAE will supervise all operations and maintenance activities across the Marshall Space Flight center facilities, including tools, equipment, engineering and transportation, the company said.

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