USfalcon Awarded 3 Prime Contract Positions on GSA ASTRO

USfalcon was awarded three prime contract positions on the General Services Administration (GSA) ASTRO multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity family of contracts for technical and engineering services related to manned, unmanned, and optionally manned vehicles. Managed by GSA's Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) office, the GSA ASTRO contracts are a strategic addition to USfalcon's existing portfolio of contract vehicles accessible to customers across the federal government.  The ASTRO contracts have a 10-year ordering period with no ceiling on the contract value. The three pools awarded to USfalcon include:

  • Aviation. This pool covers maintenance, repair, and overhaul of manned, optionally manned, and unmanned aircraft
  • Research. All R&D associated with manned, unmanned, optionally manned, and counter Unmanned Systems (UxS) platforms
  • Support. All services (except training) required for successful execution of a product, program, project, or process regarding platforms and robotics for land, air, sea, or space; the planning necessary to support operational missions; and the analysis of the results of an operational mission.

"The ASTRO IDIQ contract award aligns with our mission 'To contribute significantly to our customers' success' and allows us to continue to bring fresh ideas and powerful insights to the government's toughest challenges. We are excited to add this contract to our suite of contracts providing our federal clients with another vehicle to utilize our services to their benefit," said Pete von Jess, USfalcon CEO.

Source: USfalcon

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Categories: Federal Government

Tags: Aerospace, DoD, Federal