NASA has awarded the Aircraft Maintenance and Operations contract to Pinnacle Solutions, Inc. of Huntsville, Alabama. The services will support NASA’s aircraft scientific research missions based at the agency’s Wallops Flight Facility at Wallops Island, Virginia.
The basic core and IDIQ contract value is $33.4 million and the basic period of performance began on Dec 21 and extends through Sept. 30, 2016. Option I is $37.5 million with a two-year period of performance and Option II is $24.1 million with an approximately 15-months period of performance. Including all options, the total value will not exceed $95 million.
This contract was awarded under the Total Small Business Set Aside program. Pinnacle will provide labor, material/parts and equipment to support a wide range of aircraft maintenance and operations support services. The aircraft are operated to meet both center and agency platform, research, and support aircraft requirements for scientific research missions.
“We are pleased to partner with NASA on this program and to expand our capabilities as an aerospace company,” Mike Durant, President of Pinnacle Solutions says. “This was our second NASA multi-year prime contract win in 2014 and we are proud to have been selected for such an important program.”
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