December 9, 1997
Headquarters, Washington, DC
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
Campbell Engineering Awarded EVA Contract
NASA's Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, has selected and awarded contracts to Campbell Engineering and AZ Technology, Inc., both in Huntsville, AL; Hamilton Standard Management Services, Inc.; Lockheed Martin Space Mission Systems and Services; Oceaneering Space Systems; and Spar Operations & Engineering Corporation, all in Houston, TX.
The work to be provided under the contracts is for extravehicular activity and extravehicular robotics tools and equipment for the Space Shuttle Program and the International Space Station. It also includes design and fabrication support for advanced development programs, hardware upgrades, modifications, build-to-print existing extravehicular activity and extravehicular robotic hardware.
These are Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contracts with commercial fixed price, noncommercial fixed price and cost reimbursement features. Delivery orders will be completed among the selected contractors. The contracts are for a five-year period. Each of the six contracts has a minimum value of $50,000 with a not-to-exceed value of $43.8 million. The government will not exceed a total amount of $43.8 million over all the contracts combined.
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