WASHINGTON, D.C. — NASA has announced the agency selected Banner Quality Management Inc. (BQMI) and Peerless Technologies Corporation, a joint venture located in Fairview Park, Ohio, to provide information technology solutions in support of agency missions and programs.
The Professional, Administrative, Computational, and Engineering Services (PACE V) contract is a cost-plus fixed fee contract with an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity provision and a maximum value of $233.2 million. The two-year base performance period of this small business set-aside contract begins July 1, 2021, and is followed by a two-year option and a one-year option, which would end June 30, 2026.
BQMI-Peerless Joint Venture will provide information technology solutions to a variety of NASA locations with primary services delivered to the agency’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland and Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility in Sandusky, Ohio. These solutions will meet the center’s information technology requirements across institutional, programmatic, research, engineering, and facilities while ensuring continued alignment with the agency’s missions.
For more information about NASA and other agency programs, visit nasa.gov.
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