CACI International Inc has been awarded a four-year single-award contract worth up to $150 million to continue its support of spaceflight systems, simulation, and software for NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC).
CACI International Inc has been awarded a four-year single-award contract worth up to $150 million to continue its support of spaceflight systems, simulation, and software for NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC). The program will provide advanced aerospace engineering for crewed spacecraft systems, development of simulation and Virtual Reality (VR) applications, and software in support of human space flight. This award builds on CACI’s more than three decades of dedicated support for JSC’s mission.
John Mengucci, CACI President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, “This award demonstrates CACI’s expertise in supporting advanced systems for human spaceflight and space vehicles. We look forward to continuing this work and offering full-spectrum engineering and software solutions as NASA’s trusted provider.”
CACI will be performing work in the Houston area with JSC’s Engineering Directorate, primarily the Software, Robotics, and Simulation Division. The company will provide aerospace systems engineering and analysis support for a variety of spacecraft systems, including robotics and dynamics; guidance, navigation, and control; avionics, and power. Additionally, CACI will be developing software applications for in-flight systems, high-fidelity modeling and simulation, and VR graphics used to model spacecraft and the space environment for engineering analyses and astronaut extravehicular activity training.