Paragon has teamed with Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies (SGT) on NASA’s Research, Engineering, Mission and Integration Services (REMIS) Contract which was just awarded to SGT. REMIS will be conducted as a multiple award Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract, which includes five Contract Line Item Number(s) (CLINS).  SGT was awarded three of the five CLINs in the categories of Engineering.   Under this contract, the ISS Program will issue task orders to provide spaceflight hardware, software, mission integration and operations services on a commercial basis with minimal government involvement.  The REMIS contract consists of a 5-year base period of performance and one 2- year option. The REMIS ceiling value is $500M including the option.
“SGT is pleased to be working with Paragon on the REMIS program,” said Mark Greeley, REMIS Program Manager for SGT. “Paragon’s innovative solutions and technical approach to meeting NASA’s needs were integral to our win, and their proven track record of delivering spaceflight hardware will be key in SGT’s ability to win and execute future REMIS task orders.”
Grant Anderson, President & CEO of Paragon, notes that “this multimillion dollar, multi-task contract will be just the beginning of a long successful relationship with SGT.”
Paragon’s efforts will be managed out of their Houston’s office and work will be performed across all facilities including their Tucson Headquarters and Denver office.
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