WASHINGTON (NASA PR) — NASA has extended a contract to companies around the United States to provide spaceflight hardware, software, and mission integration and operations services on a commercial basis for the agency’s International Space Station Program in support of the commercialization of low-Earth orbit.
This Research, Engineering, Mission Integration Services Contract (REMIS) contract funded by the International Space Station Program supports NASA’s Strategic Plan for the Commercialization of Low-Earth Orbit. The plan seeks to foster the development of a robust, self-sustaining, and cost-effective supply of United States commercial services to, in, and from low-Earth orbit that accommodates both public and private demands.
REMIS is a multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with firm-fixed-price and cost-plus-fixed-fee task orders. The contract’s base period began Sept. 6, 2017, and runs through Sept. 5, 2022. NASA will extend the contract by exercising a two-year option. The maximum potential value of the contract, including all options and incentives, is $500 million.
The companies that have been awarded this contract are:
Barrios Technology LTD of Houston.
Boeing of Houston.
Craig Technologies of Merritt Island, Florida.
CSS of Fairfax, Virginia.
KBRwyle of Houston.
LEIDOS Innovation Corporation (LEIDOS) of Webster, Texas.
MEI Technologies Inc. of Houston.
Oceaneering Space Systems Division of Houston.
Sierra Nevada Corporation of Sparks, Nevada.
Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies of Greenbelt, Maryland.
Techshot, Inc. of Greenville, Indiana.
Tec-Masters, Inc. of Huntsville, Alabama.
Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc. of Huntsville, Alabama.
The University of Colorado (BioServe Space Technologies) of Boulder, Colorado.
ZIN Technologies Inc. of Middleburg Heights, Ohio.
The awardees will perform work under the contract at their respective sites unless otherwise specified in the task order.
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This is a cost-plus-fixed-fee (CPFF) hybrid contract consisting of firm-fixed-price (FFP) contract line item numbers (CLINs) for phase-in and core management requirements; and CPFF or FFP CLINs for core technical and indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity requirements. It will begin on March 15 with a 60-day phase-in period followed by a two-year base period and three two-year options. The contract has a maximum value of $400 million.
The contractor will provide resources and technical expertise to support the Intelligent Systems Division on scientific research, technologies and applications development in a variety of research domains and infusion of advanced information systems technology on NASA missions and other projects within the federal government.
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Research, Engineering, and Mission Integration Services (REMIS) is a multi-award contract with indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed price and cost-plus-fixed-fee line item numbers. The contract begins Sept. 6 with a five-year base period, followed by a two-year option that may be exercised at NASA’s discretion. The maximum potential value of the contract, including the option, is $500 million.
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