NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center has awarded a contract to Integrated Science Solutions, Inc., of Walnut Creek, Calif., to provide safety, health and environmental technical support to ongoing requirements and special projects at the center’s campuses at Edwards Air Force Base and Palmdale, Calif.
The contract includes both firm fixed-price and indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity provisions, and could be worth up to slightly over $9 million over the five-year life of the contract if all options are exercised. The contract covers an 18-month base period beginning Feb. 1, 2014 and extending through July 31, 2015, and three options covering a 3 1/2-year period through Jan. 31, 2019. Each of the three options includes alternatives that either include or delete services related to the center's occupational health program.
Under terms of the contract, Integrated Science Solutions will provide technical support related to safety, health and environmental issues for continuing projects such as Internet site development, studies, information systems development, or other required projects in support of Dryden’s mission.
The support shall include supervision, administration, labor, materials, supplies, and equipment necessary to assist Dryden's Safety, Health and Environmental Directorate in assuring implementation and maintenance of its programs. These services include both routine and recurring services and non-routine special studies and services, all focused on ensuring the protection of personnel, resources and the environment, while maintaining the facility’s compliance with applicable federal, state and local law, rules, regulations, permits and related federal and NASA procedures, directives and requirements.
The contract requires the firm to provide the specified services at NASA Dryden's main campus, located on Edwards Air Force Base in eastern Kern County, its Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in nearby Palmdale, Calif., or at such other locations as directed by the center.
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