ASRC Federal keeps $354M NASA recompete
- By Ross Wilkers
- Nov 26, 2019
ASRC Federal has won the recompete of a contract with NASA to help the space agency plan and manage programs, mission and projects.
In a release Tuesday, NASA said it has awarded the fifth version of the Program Analysis and Control contract to ASRC Federal for a potential five-year, $354 million ceiling.
Work under the PAAC V contract covers services related to documentation, scheduling, configuration, general business and earned value management functions.
The 8(a) small business set-aside contract was technically awarded to ASRC Federal Systems Solutions, a subsidiary of the parent government services company that first won the work in 2008, according to Deltek data. KBR was the incumbent at the time of that first win by ASRC Federal.
ASRC Federal won the PAAC IV contract recompete in 2014 for a potential five-year, $296 million ceiling.
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