Press Release

NASA Occupational Medicine Contract With Potential of $128 Million Awarded to Wyle

By SpaceRef Editor
October 29, 2005
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A potential 10 year, $128.7 million contract has been awarded by NASA to Wyle Laboratories, Inc. for Occupational Medicine and Health services at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Houston, and White Sands Test Facility, Las Cruces, N.M.

Wyle’s Life Sciences Group of Houston will provide services to support occupational, emergency and preventive medicine; flight medicine; occupational health; and human test support. The services will be primarily provided at Johnson; Sonny Carter Training Facility, Ellington Field, White Sands; and facilities in Russia housing NASA and agency contractor personnel.

“After working side by side for many years with Kelsey Seybold, we now look forward to a partnership that will provide NASA a quality set of services for many more years to come,” said Bob Ellis, Wyle senior vice president and general manager of its Life Sciences Group. Under the new contract Kelsey Seybold will provide physician and medical support to Wyle.

“Kelsey Seybold has a long-standing commitment to the nation’s space program, and brings with it a superior legacy of medical care and services. Wyle is proud to be part of that legacy,” said Ellis.

The contract’s three-year base period, valued at $34,473,484, begins Dec. 1. Options that could extend the contract an additional seven years would increase the contract value to $128,705,367. This is a cost plus award term, performance incentive fee contract

Wyle Laboratories, Inc., a privately held company, is a leader in aerospace services, life sciences, testing, research, special test systems and other engineering support services to the aerospace, defense, nuclear power, communications and transportation industries.

SpaceRef staff editor.