KBRwyle Recognized for NASA Prime Contractor Efforts

KBRwyle Recognized for NASA Prime Contractor Efforts - top government contractors - best government contracting event

NASA has recognized KBR's government services unit for various efforts to support small businesses via prime contracts and mentor-protege programs.

The space agency named KBRwyle the "Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year" at Johnson Space Center and Goddard Space Flight Center, with additional recognition for mentor-protege contributions at Ames Research Center, KBR said Thursday.

These recognitions cite the firm's contract performance, small business support practices and outreach activities.

KBRwyle led prime contracts for on-orbit spacecraft, spaceflight operations and solar system investigations in multiple scientific areas.

As a mentor with Ames Research Center, KBRwyle trained and guided subcontractor MORI Associates on multiple business practices.

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