NASA extends Analex contract for Expendable Launch Vehicle

FAIRFAX, Va., 7 Feb. 2006. Analex Corp. today announced that NASA's Kennedy Space Center has added $32.7 million in new tasks to Analex's Expendable Launch Vehicle Integrated Support (ELVIS) contract.

Feb 7th, 2006

FAIRFAX, Va., 7 Feb. 2006. Analex Corp. today announced that NASA's Kennedy Space Center has added $32.7 million in new tasks to Analex's Expendable Launch Vehicle Integrated Support (ELVIS) contract.

NASA has expanded the ELVIS contract tasks to include increased launch vehicle certification services. The support required includes additional mission analysis and vehicle systems engineering to support an increased number of concurrent missions; expansion of the launch services program's government mission success partnership with the U.S. Air Force; and additional feasibility studies for increasing launch vehicle performance capabilities for future LSP missions.

The performance period for this contract modification continues through September 2011.

"We are pleased with the award of this contract by NASA, and believe it underscores the quality of the performance of Analex's technical staff. The Analex team of professionals is committed to continuing to provide NASA with superior performance and results," stated Sterling Phillips, chairman and CEO of Analex.

Analex specializes in providing intelligence, systems engineering and security services in support of our nation's security. Analex focuses on developing innovative technical approaches for the intelligence community, analyzing and supporting defense systems, designing, developing and testing aerospace systems and providing a full range of security support services to the U.S. government. For more information, see www.analex.com.

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