By Oyin Adedoyin

CACI International has been awarded a four-year award valued at up to $150 million to continue supporting spaceflight systems, simulation and software for the NASA Johnson Space Center.

The program provides advanced aerospace engineering for crewed spacecraft systems, development of simulation and virtual reality applications, and software support of human space flight.

CACI, an information technology company with 23,000 employees, will provide NASA with aerospace systems engineering and analysis support across a range of spacecraft systems.

Work on this contract will be performed in the Houston area with the Johnson Space Center's engineering directorate, primarily in the software, robotics and simulation division.

"This award demonstrates CACI's proven expertise in supporting advanced systems for human spaceflight and space vehicles," said CACI Chief Executive John Mengucci.

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10-24-23 1740ET