NASA Selects L&M Technologies for $61M Marshall Center Logistics Support IDIQ

L&M Technologies will provide logistics services to NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center under a potential five-year, $60.5 million contract.

NASA said Thursday work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes equipment, moves and furniture, mail, shipping and receiving, motor pool and transportation and flight hardware support.

The company will also help MSFC manage material, property and warehouse

Contract work will commence on May 1.

The IDIQ contains possible mission services worth up to $28.2 million, a one-year base period and four one-year options.

Albuquerque, New Mexico-based L&M Technologies is a woman-owned company that offers logistics support, facilities operations and maintenance and professional, technical and administrative staff support services to the government sector.

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