SAIC Wins $170 Mln Contract From NASA For Systems And Software Assurance Services

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) Tuesday said it has received a $170 million contract by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA to continue to provide systems and software assurance services.

Under the five-year deal, SAIC will continue performing independent verification and validation or IV&V of space systems and software.

The Systems and Software Assurance Services 2 or SAS2 contract will support all of NASA's current human space exploration programs as well as numerous Earth science and planetary science missions.

SAIC will deliver services including Software Systems IV&V, Safety & Mission Assurance, Software Assurance and Mission Protection services.

Michael LaRouche, president National Security and Space sector at SAIC, said, "The SAS2 contract enables SAIC to continue providing critical engineering expertise to NASA. When missions such as the Perseverance Mars Rover or the Artemis Program take flight, SAIC performs critical system and software verification and validation that helps to ensure mission success."

For comments and feedback contact: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Editors Pick
Elon Musk, who recently took Twitter Inc. private in a $44-billion deal, accused Apple Inc. of threatening to block the social media platform from its app store without giving the reason. In a series of tweets on Monday, the Tesla founder and CEO also said the tech giant had stopped advertising on Twitter, and that it was pressuring the firm over content moderation demands. Payments platform Paysafe has inked a partnership deal with Richard Branson's Virgin Voyages to enable travelers to speedily and securely make online payments for reserving next cruise booking. Paysafe's travel solution will also help mitigate all payment risks for travelers. Shares of easyJet plc were losing around 4 percent in the morning trading in London after the British low-cost airline reported a loss in its fiscal 2022. However, the loss was narrower than last year with strong growth in revenues as demand returned. Looking forward, easyJet projects first-quarter load factor growth of approximately 10 percentage points year-over-year.
Follow RTT