SAIC keeps $292M NASA safety support contract

Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential six-year, $292 million recompete contract for engineering and professional services to support NASA’s safety and mission assurance efforts.

The single-award, cost-plus-award-fee contract begins June 1 with a two-year base period followed by a pair of two-year options, NASA said Thursday.

Programs supported under the contract include the International Space Station, Orion and Commercial Crew Programs, and the Extravehicular Activity Project Office.

This award also means SAIC keeps work it first won in 2006 when that contract was known as “Safety and Mission Assurance Support Services.” SAIC retained the work in 2013 when NASA awarded it as the Safety and Mission Assurance Engineering” contract, according to Deltek data.

Work at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico includes safety engineering, reliability engineering, quality engineering, quality assurance and software assurance.

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