The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMSC) awarded Boeing a contract worth $6,193,737. ASTS received a contract worth $3,690,389.
The contract announcements do not specify the nature of the work involved. The contracts are part of a broad agency announcement focused on advanced materials and material manufacturing and development.
The overall goal is to fund technologies that will allow the nation to transition away from using Russian-produced RD-180 rocket engines on United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V booster.
SMSC has awarded nine contracts worth nearly $27.6 million under the announcement. The center expects to award up to $32 million in contracts.
|Aerojet Rocketdyne||$ 6,003,668|
|Northrop Grumman||$ 5,465,705|
|Arctic Slope Technical Services||$ 3,690,389|
|ATK Launch Systems Inc.||$ 3,125,810|
|Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering||$ 935,696|
|Tanner Research||$ 902,507|
|Moog Inc.||$ 728,337|
|Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering||$ 545,860|