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Development Seed to Support NASA’s Science Data Systems

Development Seed to Support NASA's Science Data Systems - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Development Seed has secured a potential $24.7 million contract to help simplify scientific data processing at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.

The Washington, D.C.-based company will perform support work on scientific information systems and help the center address barriers to utilization of Earth observation data under the performance-based NOVEL Technologies contract, the agency said Friday.

NASA also expects the company to support objectives of the Interagency Implementation and Advance Concepts Team, a program designed to encourage cross-community collaboration and integration of the agency’s Earth science datasets into application workflows.

The firm-fixed price contract has a base period of nine months and work could extend for another four years if all options are exercised.

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Written by Jules Daniels

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