Dynetics to Extend IT Support at NASA’s Marshall Space Center

ITphotoA Dynetics subsidiary has received a 12-month, $59.3 million contract extension to provide information technology services to NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center.

The extension period will run from Feb. 1 to Jan. 31, 2016, and covers managerial and technical support at the space research facility, NASA said Friday.

Dynetics Technical Services will continue to work with the Marshall’s office of chief information officer to plan, architect, secure and integrate IT systems.

Work will also include applications and web, telecommunication, computing and audio visual services.

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