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CACI to Support NASA’s Spaceflight, Simulation, Software Programs Under $150M Contract

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CACI to Support NASA’s Spaceflight, Simulation, Software Programs Under $150M Contract

CACI International announced that it has secured a potential four-year, $150 million contract to continue providing the NASA Johnson Space Center with spaceflight systems, simulation and software support.

Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, CACI will provide crewed spacecraft systems engineering, virtual reality applications and simulation systems development and human spaceflight software. The company will also deliver aerospace systems engineering and analysis support, including software development for in-flight systems, high-fidelity modeling and simulation and VR graphics for spacecraft modeling.

Work will be performed in Houston alongside the JSC  Engineering Directorate’s Software, Robotics and Simulation division, CACI said Tuesday.

The IDIQ is one of several contracts CACI received from the U.S. government, most of which are from the defense sector.

Earlier in October, the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory awarded CACI a potential five-year, $917 million contract for C5ISR capabilities enhancements. The company was tasked to provide software lifecycle support and systems engineering to support AFRL’s performance, research and development and data-gathering capabilities.

In June, the company’s CACI NSS subsidiary won a $5.7 billion blanket purchase agreement for the first wave of the Department of the Air Force’s Enterprise Information Technology-as-a-Service program.

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