NASA awards $46 million safety contract

U.S. space agency officials have awarded an environmental management and safety support contract to the Science Applications International Corp.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration officials said the Harrisburg, Pa., company's contract will be managed by NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.

The indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity, time and materials contract, effective Nov 1, is valued at $46 million during a possible five-year term consisting of a three-year base period, followed by a two-year option.

The company will provide on-site support to various organizations at Glenn and its Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio. Services will include industrial hygiene; environmental management, compliance and engineering; chemical management and compliance; waste management; safety compliance and construction safety.

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