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MartinFederal Continues Expanding NASA Presence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 8, 2017

 

Corey Martin
MartinFederal
855-212-1810x401
c.martin@martinfed.com

 

Huntsville, Alabama: June 8, 2017 - MartinFederal Consulting, LLC (MartinFederal) announced today that the company has been awarded a subcontract from prime contractor KBRwyle to provide engineering and programmatic services under NASA Goddard’s Ground Systems and Mission Operations-2 (GSMO-2) contract. The five-year prime, single award indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a maximum value of $442 million.

MartinFederal will provide configuration management, system requirements analysis, process management and engineering and operations support.

“We are excited and very pleased to be supporting yet another NASA program as a subcontractor and to be working with KBRwyle,” said Corey Martin, MartinFederal President & CEO. “Continuing to support NASA and its mission has become an integral part of MartinFederal and its employees,” Martin continued.


About MartinFederal:
Since 2007, MartinFederal has provided the U.S. government with customer-focused, performance- based solutions - using technology as an engine to drive our customers' missions. Solutions are leveraged from our core competencies in Enterprise and Infrastructure, Cyber Security, Technology Integration, and Intelligence Support and Training. Headquartered in Huntsville, AL, MartinFederal is one of a very small percentage of 8(a)'s and SDVOSB's providing high-tech solutions to the federal government. For more information, visit: www.martinfed.com

Forward-Looking Statements Cautionary Notice:
This press release contains forward-looking statements, as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, relating to a contract award. Actual results could differ materially from these forward-looking statements. Many factors could change anticipated results, including funding, continuation and award of government programs, as well as cuts to government spending resulting from future deficit reduction measures.