NASA has awarded a contract to URS Federal Services Inc., of Germantown, Maryland, to operate and maintain three UH-1H-II aircraft and associated aerospace ground equipment (AGE) in support of various NASA and government missions at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The firm-fixed price contract begins Oct. 1. It has a maximum value of $7 million with a potential performance period of five years.
The contractor will provide services to meet NASA requirements that include flight operations that are conducted under NASA and FAA regulations, and are under the direction of the Chief of Flight Operations based at the Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Landing Facility. The contractor shall provide support for flight, maintenance and operations of the three UH-1H-II aircraft.
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Kennedy Space Center, Fla.