Mission Systems Support Contract (MSOC) – Award

Mission Systems Support Contract (MSOC) – Award

DB Consulting Group, Inc. (DB) announced today that it was selected as a major subcontractor supporting Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies (SGT) on their recently awarded Mission Systems Support Contract (MSOC) at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas.

MSOC is a cost-plus-award-fee contract with core work, indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity (IDIQ), and level-of-effort components. The contract includes a two-year base period of performance, and three consecutive two-year options, with a total potential value of approximately $1.12 billion. The contract began Phase-In January 2, 2018 and base period operations begin in early March 2018.

In support of SGT’s MSOC, DB will provide technical, management and administrative services for Mission Control Center Systems (MCCS), Training Systems (TS), Space Vehicle Mockup Facility (SVMF), and other support elements in multiple NASA Flight Operations Directorate (FOD) mission systems environments.  Support types include: Operations, development/modification, sustaining engineering, maintenance, IT/Cyber security, and FOD-wide Communications Security (COMSEC) support.

Following the award, DB’s CEO Gerald Boyd Jr. remarked: “We are very pleased to be supporting and enabling both SGT’s and NASA’s Human Space Flight “Mission Success!”  He went on to say: “This win reinforces the long term commitment DB has made to NASA, JSC and our employees. We are excited about how this will enable continuously improving the value of our people, products, services and solutions.”

Headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, DB is a small business with a proven track record of successfully providing information technology, engineering, and management services throughout the entire life-cycle for the products, services and solutions we deliver.  Employing about 250 full-time professionals, DB partners with government and commercial clients in the aerospace, defense, education, health, homeland security, and social programs arenas.


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