EXB to Back Peraton’s Work on NASA SENSE Near-Earth Mission Support Contract

EXB Solutions will provide software engineering support as a subcontractor to Peraton under the potential five-year, $1.8B Space Exploration Network Services and Evolution contract with NASA.

Peraton secured the SENSE contract in June, which covers the delivery of tracking, telemetry and command services to the space agency in support of near-Earth missions, EXB said Monday.

“This stellar win further reaffirms Peraton’s mission-critical capabilities and expands our footprint into space systems,” said EXB CEO Chris Schwartzbauer. “We look forward to working on new projects and continued success in mission-critical space programs where EXB can leverage its three decades worth of expertise.”

EXB has provided support to several NASA initiatives in the last 10 years, including a test automation initiative with the Goddard Space Flight Center, Orion Core Flight Software and the Space Network Ground Segment Sustainment program.

Minneapolis-based EXB is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business providing embedded software platforms and systems engineering support to defense, aerospace and medical device industry clients.

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