SAIC to Operate NASA Aerospace Simulation, Modeling Facilities on $76M IDIQ

SAIC Inc. has been selected by NASA to support the agency’s Ames Research Center in California under a contract worth up to $76 million over one base year and four one-year options.

NASA announced Tuesday that the McLean, Va.-based contractor will support the center’s aerospace systems modeling and simulation facilities at the Moffett Field location.

In addition to providing technical services, SAIC will prepare and operate simulators, collect research data and will be responsible for facility operations and upgrades.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will be handed down in early-to-mid October, according to announcement, and is a cost-plus-award-fee and definite core hybrid contract.

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