Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Work To Be Performed by Computer Sciences Corporation For Over
NASA has awarded a three-month extension with two three-month
options, for a total of nine months, on a contract with Computer
Sciences Corporation of Fort Worth, Texas, to provide aircraft
maintenance and modification support. The extension, including all
options, is valued at $46.6 million.
The Aircraft Maintenance and Modification Program contract
provides for the continuity of services for flight line,
intermediate and depot level maintenance, repairs, modifications
and engineering support on aircraft.
NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston; Dryden Flight Research
Center in Edwards, Calif.; and Langley Research Center in Hampton,
Va., operate the supported aircraft, which are used for astronaut
crew training and NASA flight research. Contracted work will be
performed at Johnson, Dryden, Langley and at NASA facilities in El
The extension begins March 1. It is a cost-plus-award-fee
contract. The base contract, valued at $162.1 million, began Sept.
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