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

Three Fastsat Instruments Shipped to NASA Marshall

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Three satellite instruments slated to fly on NASA’s upcoming Fastsat mission arrived in October at the space agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., for testing and intergration , NASA s aid in an Oct. 26 press release .

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NASA Adds $250 Million to Potential Value of Marshall Support Contract

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WASHINGTON — NASA has added $250 million to the potential value of an engineering, sciences and technical services contract awarded to Pasadena, Calif.-based Jacobs Engineering Group in 2005.

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NASA Adds $250 Million to Potential Value of Marshall Support Contract

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WASHINGTON — NASA has added $250 million to the potential value of an engineering, sciences and technical services contract awarded to Pasadena, Calif.-based Jacobs Engineering Group in 2005.

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To Placate Congress, NASA Agrees To Fund Lunar Office at Marshall

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WASHINGTON -- NASA will keep open a lunar robotics office at its Alabama field center, fund its West Virginia software testing facility at last year's level, spend more money on education efforts than it would prefer, and pay for a Maryland lab to study a flagship-class Solar Probe mission the U.S. space agency does not expect to be able to afford any time soon. All these decisions were made last month at the behest of key U.S. lawmakers who had objected to NASA's first stab at a detailed spending plan for 2007, also known as an operating plan. NASA is required by law to inform Congress of any significant departures from its approved spending requests.

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Marshall Director Calls for Unity Behind Ares, Orion

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WASHINGTON -- The director of NASA's main rocket development center urged aerospace contractors to get with the program and stop second-guessing the decision to use space shuttle-heritage hardware to launch future astronaut crews to Earth orbit and beyond.

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