KBR Wyle Services & CACI Inc Secure NASA Contracts


NASA has awarded Maryland’s KBR Wyle Services LLC a three-year USD75.3 million contract to provide the space agency with safety and mission assurance services. Separately, NASA has also selected CACI Inc. to maintain and improve IT services across the agency.

The Safety and Mission Assurance, Audits, Assessments, and Analysis (SA3) Services contract secured by KBR Wyle is a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity provision. The contract’s base performance period begins August 1, 2024, and is followed by a two-year option, which would end July 31, 2029.

The SA3 contract will provide safety and mission assurance services to NASA Headquarters in Washington and other NASA centres, as well as programs, projects, and activities through the NASA Safety Center in Cleveland.

These services include but aren’t limited to, audit/assessment/analysis support, safety assessments and hazard analysis, reliability and maintainability analysis, risk analysis and management, supply chain data management and analytics, software safety and assurance, training and outreach, quality engineering and assurance, and information systems support.

CACI won NASA’s Consolidated Applications and Platform Services (NCAPS) award. The contract is a hybrid firm-fixed price and cost-plus-fixed-fee contract with an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity provision and a maximum potential value of about USD2 billion.

The performance period will extend eight years with a 90-day phase-in period, followed by a base period, seven option periods, and a six-month extension period.

The NCAPS award will provide a comprehensive enterprise solution to standardise and centralise NASA’s IT services. This includes the maintenance of IT systems, the development of new applications as needed, a rationalisation of duplicative efforts to create efficiencies across NASA centres, and other functions.


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