NASA is exercising an option to extend its contract with DB Consulting Group, Inc. to provide information technology, multimedia, information management and external relations support services at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
According to a release, the extension to the Information Technology and Multimedia Services contract is valued at $50.5 million. The total value of the contract increases to $201.4 million from its base value of $150.9 million.
The services provided are primarily under the management of Johnson'sInformation Resources Directorate, with participation by the Office of External Relations. The services include: operation and maintenance of primary information technology services; graphics; library management; imagery acquisition, processing and cataloguing; television systems support for human spaceflight missions; public affairs services; and education program support.
The one-year extension covers work between Jan. 18, and Jan. 18, 2015. One additional $50.5 million option is available under the original terms of the cost-plus-incentive, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.
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