Marshall officials expect center closure to last for weeks
Former SLS Boss Promoted Again

NASA Picks Up $120M Option on Jacobs’ Marshall Contract

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Tullahoma, Tennessee-based Jacobs Technology won the original Engineering and Science Services and Skills Augmentation contract in 2012.

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SNC Working with NASA Marshall, Teledyne Brown

VIDEO | Marshall Spacecraft Design Practices

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One of the key changes is that the new draft has made it amply clear that it is not in conflict with any of the existing treaties and conventions and that it is fully consistent with other U.N. instruments, including previous international legal instruments, declarations, principles and guidelines. 

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NASA Amendment Would Weigh Marshall Closure
Profile | Todd May, SLS Program Manager, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Vanhooser Fills Marshall’s Deputy Director Vacancy
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NASA Picks Colorado Firm For Marshall Logistics Work

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NASA awarded CH2M Hill Constructors Inc. of Englewood, Colo., a $34 million contract to provide shipping and receiving, motor pool, warehousing and other logistics services at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., the agency announced Dec. 29.

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Sierra To Wind-tunnel Test Dream Chaser at Marshall
Jody Singer, SLS Deputy Program Manager, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Marshall Chief: NASA’s Economic Impact in Alabama was $2.8B in 2011 [The Huntsville Times]

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How much does NASA mean to Alabama? Nearly $3 billion, according to Gene Goldman, acting director of Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville.

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Bolden Details Trip to China During Marshall Visit

Marshall Ponders Debris Tracking Demo Satellite

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WASHINGTON — NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center is gathering information for the possible development of a demonstration satellite to track pieces of orbital debris that are too small to be seen by current systems but still pose a threat to operating spacecraft.

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NASA Extends EG&G’s Marshall Support Pact

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NASA awarded EG&G Technical Services of Austin, Texas, a one-year contract extension worth $40.6 million to continue providing facilities operations and maintenance support at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., NASA announced June 23.

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InfoPro Gets $40M Added to Marshall Support Contract

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Huntsville, Ala.-based InfoPro Corp. received a $40 million contract modification March 1 from NASA to continue providing engineering technician and trade support services to the Marshall Space Flight Center. The award includes up to $7.9 million for mission services and $32.2 million for additional support services that Marshall can order from InfoPro under the indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity portion of the contract.

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NASA Announces Changes at Marshall and Stennis

NASA Extends Bastion’s Marshall Support Contract

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NASA said Feb. 3 it will exercise a second one-year option with Houston-based Bastion Technologies Inc. to continue to support the U.S. space agency’s Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

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Marshall Director Calls Commercial Crew Capsules Part of Equation

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