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CENTER OPERATIONS CONTRACTING BRANCH
L-70750D Raytheon Technical Services Consolidated M. Stubbs $16.5M S. Lemon 2/1/01 4/30/09 CPAF 4400 Forbes Blvd. Information 4-2435 4-6965 Lanham, MD 20706 Technology Services MS 126 MS 148 142/Laura T. Blumberg 224-4120 Support services to operate and maintain most of the Central Scientific Computing Complex and all Center-wide voice, data, video communications networks and provide system administration support to computing and data reduction systems. Provides application system development implementation and maintenance support; end-user computing support; technical support for data base/data communications, networking and operating systems; computer center support for job scheduling, computer operations, data entry, and ADP equipment maintenance; hardware and software acquisitions; and management of the Information System (I.S.) program applicable to business and administrative computing. Provides support for computer science-related activities across all research disciplines at LaRC including supercomputer and massively parallel processor applications utilities, mathematical software, surface modeling and grid generation, graphics, image processing, mission software and training. Provides direct computational analysis and programming services for broad research areas in support of the LaRC mission. L-71082D CSC Applied Technology Division Security Services F. Risinger $1.5M FFP/ Chuck Cramer 10/16/02 3/31/09 FFP/IDIQ 6500 W. Freeway, Suite 600 4-2450 NTE $2M 4-9338 Fort Worth, TX 76116-2187 M/S 126 IDIQ MS 301 405/John Leo 864-2948 Comprehensive security services program includes security force services, operation of the Emergency Dispatch Office, locksmith services, operation of the Badge and Pass Office, security education and training, personnel security services, communication security, classified information security, classified Information System Security, Physical Security, Foreign Visit Coordination services, and Public Key Infrastructure Registration Authority.

SAIC Environmental Technology Services Company Engineering Pacific Technology Services Operation Services 10260 Campus Point Drive San Diego, CA 92121 C/O Environmental & Health Sciences Group 11251 Roger Bacon Drive Mail Stop R-4-4 Reston, VA 20190 477/Kristen Poultney 864-8759 Provide technical support services for LaRC environmental compliance.

NNL07AE41T

D. McIntosh 4-2198 M/S 126

$ 1.1M

Mason Proctor 4-4232 MS 213

10/1/07

9/30/12

FFP Task Orders

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Accent Service Company, Inc. Custodial Support Joe Janus $1.3M Mike Harrell 11/1/05 9/30/10 FFP 2001 Lemnons Drive Services 4-2412 4-6402 Costa Mesa, Ca. 92626 M/S 126 MS 242 Wally Latall (480) 993-0409 Provides custodial services for cleaning of all LaRC facilities. Also including the disposal of classified documents, the gathering of boxed materials and privacy act material and placing it at pick-up points; setup/removal of furniture for meetings and events. ATK Space Systems, Inc. Technology, Jason Taylor $40M Dave Wall 12/5/06 12/4/11 CPAF/FFP/ 5050 Powder Mill Road Engineering and 4-5340 4-2944 IDIQ Beltsville, MD 20705 Aerospace Mission M/S 126 MS 162 186A/Jeffery Jordan Support 864-1300 The Contractor performs all types of work in the areas of systems analysis and engineering support onsite at LaRC. Work issued via task orders in support of all LaRC competencies. NNL06AA18C Chugach Industries 3800 Center Point Dr. Suite 601 Anchorage, AK 99503-3416
Ann Dixon Phone No. (443) 757-5813

NNL06AA19C

NNL07AA00B

NASA Center for Aerospace Information

D. McIntosh 4-2198 M/S 126

NTE $31.4M

Laurie Johansen 41757 M/S 157A

1/25/06

1/24/11

CPFF

The Contractor shall provide scientific and technical information (STI) content acquisition and management and information technology (IT) support for the NASA Center for Aerospace Information (CASI) in Hanover, Maryland, and content, research and web support for the STI Program Office (STIPO) at NASA Langley Research Center. NNL07AA00C Science Systems and Applications, Inc. Sciences Maxine Batina $28M Delores Poupard 11/1/06 10/31/11 CPAF/IDIQ 10210 Greenbelt Road, Suite 600 Technology & 4-7352 4-6098 Lanham, MD 20706 Research Support M/S 126 MS 401 927/Ron Estes/James E. Cook Services 827-4535 827-4668 Provide support to the Center’s atmospheric sciences program in the following task areas: analytical studies, operational data processing and archiving; instrumentation development, field studies; administrative and logistical support; and documentation. NAS1-02081 Tessada Associates, Inc. CLASIC Program Office NASA Langley Research Center Building 1206T1 Hampton, VA 23681-2199 376/Pete Marty 864-7504 Consolidated, Logistics Administrative, and Scientific Information Support Services Maxine Batina 4-7352 M/S 126 $11M Tom Brinkley 4-2507 MS 148 2/22/02 2/29/12 CPIF/IDIQ Award Term

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Provides a broad spectrum of services for logistics, administrative support, and scientific information. The following list is representative of the tasks; transportation, passenger shuttle service, furniture moving, mail handling, stockroom and stock retail supply store management, general warehousing, receiving and inspection, administrative support such as typing, filing, word processing etc., technical library support, report preparation, editing, graphics support, photo lab support, reproduction, guard services and locksmith services. Operation of the Public Mail Center and Traveling Exhibits Program; preparation of written and photographic material to support the LaRC Public Services Program including the Center newspaper, fact sheets, and other documents; conceptualizing, designing, fabricating, installing, and maintaining new or updated exhibits and maintaining existing exhibits in good working condition; and providing logistical and administrative support to classified and unclassified conferences at LaRC or other sites as required. Administrative support to the Office of Public Affairs and Office of Education.

NNL07AA45C

Grounds Maintenance, Inc. Attn: Van E. Williams 145 Liberty Hall Rd. Goose Creek, SC 29445 843-553-8788 487/Michael Brittin 864-4213

Groundskeeping & Pest Control Support Services

S. Hare 4-2409 M/S 126

$768,036K

Mike Harrell 4-6402 MS 447

8/1/07

7/31/08 (w/ Four 1-Year Options)

FFP

Performs ground keeping and pest control, as well as cleaning, refuse removal, and excavation services at LaRC.

NNL05AA00B

Science and Technology Corporation Electronics M. Stubbs $2.2M Archie Demery 3/1/05 1/31/10 CPFF/IDIQ 15 Research Drive Fabrication & 4-2435 4-5455 Hampton, VA 23666 Electronic M/S 126 MS 390 929/Richard Gray Equipment Support 865-2014 Services Provides technical support to fabricate research-oriented electronics and metals hardware to include but not limited to circuit assemblies, aircraft flight test hardware, aircraft instrumentation pallet/rack fabrication, and simulator development and modifications for ground support, aircraft, space-flight, laboratory, and research facility instrumentation requirements. NNL08AA21B Modern Machine and Tool Co. Force Measurement J. Janis $3M Bill 10/1/08 9/30/09 CPFF/FFP 11844 Jefferson Avenue Support Services 4-2412 Hollingsworth (w/four 1 Newport News, VA 23606 M/S 126 4-7137 Year Brent Meadors MS 280 Options) 873-1212 Provides force transducer design and evaluation (force balance, load cells, and tension links), force transducer fabrication, strain gage application, force transducer calibration, force transducer installation and trouble-shooting, calibration device maintenance and repair, and on-field site support.

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NNL04AA03B

Jacobs Technology, Inc. Research R. Cannella $97M Gary Stergin 2/1/04 7/31/010 CPIF/CPFF/ 5 Manhattan Operations, 4-2494 4-5100 FFP/ Award Hampton, VA 23666 Maintenance & M/S 126 MS 242 Term 243/Brant Adams Engineering 864-4066 (ROME) The Research Operations, Maintenance, Engineering (ROME) contract includes a broad scope of research facility-related operations, maintenance, engineering and related information technology (ROME & IT) support services, including the development of new and emerging capabilities and technologies that will evolve over the life of the contract. While the majority of work is directly in support of LaRC at the Center, occasionally other industry partners and Government agencies may be supported at remote sites.

NNL04AA05B

Mainthia Technologies, Inc 7055 Engle Road, Suite 202 Cleveland, OH 44130 429/Todd Lockhart 864-9445

Inspection and Quality Assurance

K. Cone 4-3566 M/S 126

$9.5M (Total Contract)

Skip Schroeder 4-7230 MS 447

5/1/04

4/25/09

CPFF

Provides a variety of inspection and quality assurance support services. Performs review and data collection of other LaRC contractor’s performance. Provides surveying and underground utility services, including engineering drafting services. Provides independent inspection and certification of elevator equipment. NNL07AA19C INOMEDIC, Inc. 6 Creekside Place Hampton, VA 23669 281/Dr. Leroy Gross 851-5101 Occupational Health/Medicine Program L. JacobsTerry 4-2359 M/S 126 $1M Randy Cone 4-9135 MS 174 7/1/07 12/31/09 FFP w/CR Line Items

The primary objectives of the Occupational Medicine Program are: the operation of the LaRC Occupational Health Clinic; the maintenance and improvement of the health of employees with emphasis on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care of illnesses and injuries caused or aggravated by the work environment; operation of the LaRC Fitness Center; and the provision of an Employee Assistance Program. Services include providing physical examinations, emergency diagnosis and treatment, and administration of treatment and medications. In support of Occupational Medicine Operations, the Contractor provides ophthalmology, optician, radiology, and laboratory services on a cost-reimbursable basis subject to limitations established in the contract. NNL04AA55C Mainthia Technologies, Inc Safety and Mission K.Cone $2.5 M John Greco 8/1/04 6/24M09 CPFF/IDIQ 7055 Engle Road, Suite 202 Assurance Contract 4-3566 4-3018 Cleveland, OH 44130 M/S 126 MS 305 305/ Carter Ficklen 864-3205 Provides occupational safety and industrial hygiene; facility safety and assurance; fire and life safety and flight/space projects safety and mission assurance services for the Langley Research Center (LaRC). Also operates the LaRC Receipt, Inspection and Quality Assurance Laboratory (RIQAL).

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NNL05AA35C

Analytical Services and Materials, Inc. 107 Research Drive Hampton, VA 23666 915/Dom Mullori 865-7093 Ext. 310

NASA Technology Transfer Services

K. Cone 4-3566 M/S 126

$2.0M

Sandra Zumbrun 4-4548 MS 148

4/1/05

3/31/10

CPFF/IDIQ

Provides information technology services to operate and maintain the operational configuration of NTTS; define and implement revised configurations of NTTS for sustained operations, reduced risks, and alignment with NASA and federal enterprise architecture; and implement improvements to existing functionality and new-identified functionality. NNL04AB09T CSC Applied Technologies LLC Services for Aircraft M. Stubbs $15.2M Dale Clark 3/1/04 2/28/09 CPAF 3430 Alemeda, Suite 124 Maintenance issued 4-2435 4-3877 Ft. Worth, TX 76126-9720 against JSC Contract M/S 126 MS 255 255/Bruce Foster NNJ04JA83C/T3 864-3928 Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on all NASA LaRC aircraft, including the operation of allied shops, e.g., battery, electrical, avionics, sheet metal shops, and maintenance of aircraft parts inventory. Lockheed Martin Government Services, Desktop Support M. Kaszyca $39M S. Lemon 4/1/04 3/31/10 IDIQ Inc. Services 4-2436 4-6965 7375 Executive Place, Suite 301 S. Hare MS 148 Seabrook, MD 20706 4-2409 Keith Spencer M/S 126 (301) 805-0329 ODIN Desktop Support (including network), Server, Phone, Fax, LAN, Remote Communication and local video services. These services are also provided to off-site facilities considered part of LaRC and for NASA employees who have supported equipment with them on travel, for telecommuting or otherwise checked out for off-Center use. Unless specifically limited, the scope of these services shall pertain to the full range and extent of services as described under the LaRC Delivery Order and ODIN Master Contract NAS 5 98145, and the ODIN Contractor shall assume full responsibility for all facets of the delivery of these services. NNL04AA07Z Engineering & L. Jacobs-Terry $1.5M Dave Wall 7/19/2004 7/18/2009 T&M/FFP Technical Support 4-2359 4-2944 for Impact Dynamics M/S 126 MS 495 Designs, Fabrication, & Analyses Provide engineering consulting, test apparatus design, design fabrication testing, test data analysis, and analytical studies a related to evaluation, development, and application of advanced nonlinear structural analysis tools and impact dynamics testing. Veridian Systems Division, Inc./General Dynamics 14700 Lee Road Chantilly, VA 20151-1739 NNL07AA69D

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NNL08AA07B

L. Jacobs$30 mil Ronald Lewis 1/29/08 1/28/13 Terry (contract 4-2773 4-2359 period) MS 238 M/S 126 NNL08AA08B Micro Craft Reliance L. Jacobs$30 mil Ronald Lewis 1/29/08 1/28/13 208 Big Springs Ave. Consolidated Terry (contract 4-2773 Tullahoma, TN 37388 Models (RECOM) 4-2359 period) MS 238 M/S 126 NNL08AA10B Triumph Aerospace Systems Reliance L. Jacobs$30 mil Ronald Lewis 1/29/08 1/28/13 703 Middle Ground Blvd. Consolidated Terry (contract 4-2773 Newport News, VA 23606 Models (RECOM) 4-2359 period) MS 238 M/S 126 NNL08AA09B TRI Models, Inc. Reliance L. Jacobs$30 mil Ronald Lewis 1/29/08 1/28/13 5191 Oceanus Dr. Consolidated Terry (contract 4-2773 Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Models (RECOM) 4-2359 period) MS 238 M/S 126 Delivery Order Contracts providing design and/or fabrication of aerospace model systems and development test hardware used for spacecraft flight and ground-based tests.

Advanced Technologies , Inc. 875 Middle Ground Blvd. Newport News, VA 23606

Reliance Consolidated Models (RECOM)

IDIQ

IDIQ

IDIQ

IDIQ

NNL04AA03 Z

Washito 4/02/04 4/01/09 Sasamoto 4-1923 M/S 462 Blanket Purchase Agreement providing support to the Aerospace Systems Concepts and Analysis Competency (ASCAC). Services include professional engineering services for development, implementation and application of advanced methods in the development and assessment of aerospace architectures, roadmaps, missions, and technology.

Analytical Mechanics Associates 303 Butler Farm Road Hampton VA 23666

Engineering Services

O. Hicks 4-8510 M/S 126

$37.5 M (5-year total estimate)

BPA

L72558D

Warden Associates 6218 Old Keene Mill Court Springfield VA 22152-2323 703-644-5912 Center for Systems Management Suite 670 2325 Dulles Corner Blvd. Herndon, VA 20171-3418 Management World 13 Crosby St, Suite 502

Professional, Technical

J. Taylor 4-5340 M/S 126

$2.7 M (multiple award 5-year total estimate) (see above)

Donna Phillips 4-2595 M/S 309

09/30/03

09/29/08

BPA

L72559D

Professional, Technical

J. Taylor 4-5340 M/S 126

Donna Phillips 4-2595 M/S 309

09/30/03

09/29/08

BPA

L72560D

Professional, Technical

J. Taylor 4-5340

(see above)

Donna Phillips 4-2595

09/30/03

09/29/08

BPA

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New York, NY 10013-3138 M/S 126 212)680-3790 Multiple award Blanket Purchase Agreement for Performance enhancement and proposal writing support for programs. NNL08AA05 Z Science Application International Corporation Attn: Carla Coombs One Enterprise Parkway, Suite 310 Hampton, VA 23666 757-827-4878 Professional, Technical M. Kaszyca 42436 M/S 126 $45M (5 yr. total value)

M/S 309

LaVenia Renee Williams 4-2223 M/S 215

7/2/08

7/1/13

BPA (FFP/T&M)

Independent Program/Project Assessment, Analysis and Evaluation Services for the NASA Office of Program Analysis and Evaluation (PA&E).

NNL04AA02 Z

Science Application International Professional, Jeff Hisey $30M (5 yr. Don Shick Corporation Technical 4-3347 total value) 4-3702 Attn: Ms. Kim B. Thomas M/S 126 M/S 149 (256) 971-6437 6725 Odyssey Drive Huntsville, AL 35806 Provide engineering support for all aspects of program development and integration for the Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT). NNL05AA15P L-3 Communications Flight International Aviation LLC Attn: Lynne Hill 757-874-7481 1 Lear Drive Newport News, VA 23602-4413 Lease Learjet N54FN, Model 25C to conduct flight tests of a variety of atmospheric remote sensing instruments developed for aircraft-based observations. F. Risinger 4-2450 M/S 126 $2M (5 yr. total value) Chris Hostetler 4-5373 M/S 420

3/19/03

3/19/08

BPA

12/10/04

12/10/09

IDIQ PO

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NNL04AA04B

MSC Software Corporation 2 MacArthur Place Santa Ana, CA 92707-5924 856-778-3733

NASTRAN Structural Finite Element Analysis Software PANTRAN Engineering Design, Analysis and Evaluation Software

F. Risinger 4-2450 M/S 126

$4.9M

Genevieve Dixon 4-7209 MS431

5/7/2004

03/31/09

FFP

NNL05AA00Z

Research Triangle Institute SBIR & STTR M. Stubbs NTE $2.5M Bob Yang 10/6/04 10/12/09 FFP 3040 Cornwallis Road Development 4-2435 4-8020 RTP, NC 27709 Support (BPA MS 126 MS 218 PM: Gary Hughes against GSA MOBIS 919-541-7205 Contract) Establish and maintain project management of the LaRC SBIR/STTR review and evaluation n process and marketing and business development; conduct ongoing research to determine the overall status of the SBIR/STTR Program, and develop visibility and outreach activities.

NNL04AA06B

Digital Wave Corporation 11234 East Caley Ave, Suite B Centennial, CO 90111 Mike Gorman (303) 790-7559 Ext. 11

Technical Engineering Support Services and Modal Acoustic Evaluation (MAE) Equipment

Sandra Wallace 4-3640 M/S 126

$1.0M

Eric Madaras 4-4993 MS 231

6/04/04

6/03/09

FFP/IDIQ

Provides assistance in test preparation, data acquisition, and final data analysis to support modal acoustic evaluation (MAE) monitoring of tests upon aerospace hardware. Purchases equipment and supplies supporting MAE.

NNL06AA74 T

Unisys Corporation Simulation and Flight M. Kaszyca $9.5M Jake Houck 2/15/06 Attn: Peter Frisbie Information 4-2436 4-6412 11720 Plaza America Drive Technology Services M/S 126 M/S 125B Reston VA 20190 (SAFITS) 703-439-5672 169/Rolf Duerr 865-0637 Provides Simulation and Flight Information Technology services for the Flight Simulation and Software Branch, Flight Research Services Directorate.

1/26/11

CPFF

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NNL05AA06 Z

Learning As Leadership 1000 4th Street San Rafael CA 94901-3111

Advance Leadership Awareness Development

S. Hare 4-2409 M/S 126

$262K

Donna Phillips 4-2595 M/S 309

7/7/05

11/30/2009

FFP

Training via a publicly offered leadership program for seasoned first-line managers to develop specific leadership skills, as well as, Executive Coaches for each individual to reinforce learning from the program. NNL05AA07 Z Take Charge Consultants, Inc. 103 Garris Road Downingtown PA 19335-3115 Leadership Development Program S. Hare 4-2409 M/S 126 $75K Donna Phillips 4-2595 M/S 309 8/10/05 8/11/2010 FFP

Training for management employees that provides an overall competency-based framework for leadership development.

RESEARCH AND PROJECTS CONTRACTING BRANCH
Research for Terri Williams $8.0M L. David Wall 8/20/04 8/18/09 IDIQ/CPFF Structures & 4-2254 4-2944 Tasks Materials and M/S 126 MS 162 Aerodynamics, Aerothermodynamic s & Acoustics Technology for Aerospace Vehicles Research and development in materials and structures technology related to aerospace vehicles, with emphasis in the research areas of mechanics and durability, structural dynamics, aeroelasticity, metals and thermal structures, analytical and computational methods, advanced materials and processing, and nondestructive evaluation sciences. The contract also includes research and development in aerodynamics, aerothermodynamics, and acoustics technology related to aerospace vehicles, with emphasis in the research areas of configuration aerodynamics, computational modeling and simulation, flow physics and control, aircraft noise prediction and control, aerothermodynamics, hypersonic airbreathing propulsion, advanced measurement, diagnostics, and instrument systems, and model systems. This contract may be used to support all NASA Centers. NNL04AA10B Analytical Services and Materials, Inc. Attn: Jalaiah Unnam, Ph.D. 107 Research Dr. Hampton, VA 23666

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NNL04AA11B

The Boeing Company, Phantom Works Attn: Kurt Braaten, Mail Code H012B225 5301 Bolsa Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92647-2099

Research for Structures & Materials and Aerodynamics, Aerothermodynamic s & Acoustics Technology for Aerospace Vehicles

Terri Williams 4-2254 M/S 126

$8.0M

L. David Wall 4-2944 MS 162

8/20/04

8/18/09

IDIQ/CPFF Tasks

Same scope of work as NNL04AA10BNNL04AA12B Lockheed Martin Corporation (Attn: Brenda McMorrow) Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Palmdale 1011 Lockheed Way Palmdale, CA 93599 Research for Structures & Materials and Aerodynamics, Aerothermodynamic s & Acoustics Technology for Aerospace Vehicles Terri Williams 4-2254 M/S 126 $8.0M L. David Wall 4-2944 MS 162 8/20/04 8/18/09 IDIQ/CPFF Tasks

Same scope of work as NNL04AA10B NNL04AA13B Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation (Attn: Kristen August) Integrated Systems, Air Combat Systems One Hornet Way El Segundo, CA 90245-2804 Research for Structures & Materials and Aerodynamics, Aerothermodynamics & Acoustics Technology for Aerospace Vehicles Terri Williams 4-2254 M/S 126 $8.0M L. David Wall 4-2944 MS 162 8/20/04 8/18/09 IDIQ/CPFF Tasks

Same scope of work as NNL04AA10B

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NNL05AA01B

Science Application International Corp 10260 Campus Point Drive San Diego, CA 92126

Space science studies and assessments

D. Clifton 4-5717 M/S 126

$110M (Contract Period)

Jennings Cherry 4-2465 MS 160

4/8/05

4/07/10

CPFF

The purpose of this contract is to conduct evaluations of proposals and competitive mission concepts covering the technical, management cost, and other program factors; conduct assessments and studies of current and potential NASA programs. Hypersonic scramjet T. Cannella $49M Brian Luoto 10/11/00 10/10/10 CPFF flow path 4-5028 (Contract 4-7234 development and MS 126 Period) MS 168 testing services Hypersonic Propulsion Development and Testing. The Contractor shall operate and maintain certain NASA test facilities for the purpose of conducting hypersonic technology research at conditions that duplicate atmospheric flight from sea-level-static (SLS) to Mach 20 and above. These tests shall include the use of measurement systems and test techniques to acquire the appropriate experimental data that define the test conditions and enable determination of the performance of the test article or hardware. The Contractor shall design, fabricate, instrument, and test specific test hardware and models and report the results, as specified in individual task assignments. The objective of this contract is the advancement of hypersonic technologies to further the achievement of air-breathing trans-atmospheric flight to enable more efficient space access. NNL05AA06B G A S L Inc 77 Raynor Ave Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Leading-edge Lisa Harvey $36M Marisol Garcia 4/1/08 3/31/13 IDIQ aerospace and 4-2444 (Contract 4-5355 atmospheric sciences MS 126 Period) MS 218 research, and graduate education program in science and engineering The National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) (1) conducts basic, formative, and leading edge aerospace and atmospheric sciences research and develops revolutionary new technologies in all area of interest to LaRC; and (2) provides graduate and continuing education for NASA employees in science and engineering using both a local campus and distance-learning. NNL04AA09B Aerospace Corporation 2350 East El Segundo Blvd. El Segundo, CA 90245-4691 Independent Technical Assessment Support Shane Kram 4-2434 MS 126 $10M Chris Johansen 4-6077 MS 105 9/20/04 9/19/09 CPFF / IDIQ

NNL08AA00B

National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) 100 Exploration Way Hampton, VA 23666 Jan Griffen 325-6711

Provide independent engineering assessment support to meet NASA’s mission, goals and objectives. The purpose of these independent assessments (IA) is to provide NASA management with timely, objective, and non-advocacy assessments of program and project readiness.

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Professional Robert Rice $40M Stephanie Heath 4/20/2005 4/19/2010 BPA Engineering Services 4-2267 (Over 5 Years) 4-1143 to improve the MS 126 MS 461 understanding, prediction, and control of aircraft noise to protect the environment and to increase mobility The contractor shall conduct professional engineering services in the areas of long distance sound propagation in the atmosphere; aircraft noise exposure and aircraft noise impact; assessment of aircraft noise exposure impact on community residents and structures; aircraft flyover noise and sonic booms; community response to aircraft noise; and the overall impact of aircraft noise on areas close to and remote from airports. NNL05AA03Z Northrop Grumman 8110 Gatehouse Road Falls Church, VA 22042-2125 NNL05AA04Z Wyle Laboratories 128 Maryland St. El Segundo, CA 90245-5411 Professional Engineering Services to improve the understanding, prediction, and control of aircraft noise to protect the environment and to increase mobility Robert Rice 4-2267 MS 126 $40M (Over 5 Years) Stephanie Heath 4-1143 MS 461 4/14/2005 4/13/2010 BPA

See NNL05AA03Z (above) for scope of work.

NNL06AA03B

ARINC Engineering Services, LLC 2551 Riva Road Annapolis, MD 21401 The Boeing Company 7755 E Marginal Way Seattle WA 98124-2499 Honeywell Laboratories 3660 Technology Drive Minneapolis, MN 55418 Rannoch Corporation 5252 Cherokee Ave Ste 400 Alexandria VA 22312-2000

Flight Critical Systems Research (FCSR)

Lynn Jenkins 4-3284 MS 126 Lynn Jenkins 4-3284 MS 126 Lynn Jenkins 4-3284 MS 126 Lynn Jenkins 4-3284 MS 126

$35M max. (Combined value of all 5 awards) $35M max. (Combined value of all 5 awards) $35M max. (Combined value of all 5 awards) $35M max. (Combined value of all 5 awards)

Eric Cooper, 4-6674 MS 379 Eric Cooper, 4-6674 MS 379 Eric Cooper, 4-6674 MS 379 Eric Cooper, 4-6674 MS 379

1/12/11

1/12/11

IDIQ/CPFF Task Order

NNL06AA04B

Flight Critical Systems Research (FCSR)

1/12/11

1/12/11

IDIQ/CPFF Task Order

NNL06AA05B

Flight Critical Systems Research (FCSR)

1/12/11

1/12/11

IDIQ/CPFF Task Order

NNL06AA07B

Flight Critical Systems Research (FCSR)

1/12/11

1/12/11

IDIQ/CPFF Task Order

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NNL06AA08B

$35M max. Eric Cooper, 1/12/11 1/12/11 IDIQ/CPFF (Combined 4-6674 Task Order value of all 5 MS 379 awards) On an as needed basis, Task Orders for specific work will be competed among the selected contractors. The objective of these Task Orders is to develop advanced technology, conduct systems analyses, and perform systems integration in avionics systems critical to flight management. More specifically, the requirements can be broken down into four major categories: (1) Flight Dynamics, Guidance, and Control; (2) Crew Systems and Aviation Operations; (3) Reliable and Robust Avionics Systems; and (4) Flight Critical Systems Analysis and Integration. ASRC Management Services Inc. 3900 C Street, STE 802 Anchorage, AK 99503-5963 Career Development Services for Academy of Program, Project and Engineering Leadership (APPEL) Robert Rice 4-2267 MS 126 $10M Roger Forsgren NASA Headquarters Mail Stop 2J70 202-358-0859 9/1/2005 8/31/2010 CPFF

Lockheed Martin Corporation P.O. Box 748 Fort Worth TX 76101-0748

Flight Critical Systems Research (FCSR)

Lynn Jenkins 4-3284 MS 126

NNL05AA02B

Provide career development services including classroom instruction, performance enhancement, online tools development and cutting-edge knowledge sharing forums, activities and publications; risk management and cost containment; high-performance team development; and benchmark and promulgate best and emerging engineering and project management practices.