NASA Awards $133 Million, $28 Million Contracts

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NASA has awarded two contracts.

The first is a $133 million contract to Lockheed Martin Space Systems Corporation (LMSSC) for Mission Operations, Systems Engineering and Software (MOSES-II) for the Hubble Space Telescope.

Under this contract, LMSSC will continue to maintain Hubble’s health and safety through the next phase of its science mission. The scope of this effort includes all elements of operations other than science operations, and systems engineering tasks required to maintain Hubble flight and ground systems.

NASA also awarded a $28.5 million contract to Alphaport Inc. to provide technical support services to the NASA Safety Center in Cleveland.

The type of services to be provided include training course development and support; mishap investigation training, reporting and office support; information dissemination and outreach; technical writing and graphics design; system failure case studies development; agency-wide safety and mission assurance conference support; operational support of the Safety Center’s information technology systems; change control and knowledge management; engineering services; NASA Incident Reporting Information System data quality, analysis, trending, and special studies; and project management.

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