FAIRMONT, W.Va. — TMC Technologies of West Virginia (TMC), a leading-edge technology services firm, is proud to announce it has been awarded a five-year, Blanket Purchase Agreement, with a ceiling value of $24 million, by NASA to provide advanced systems and software engineering services in support of the Katherine Johnson Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility, home of NASA’s IV&V Program in Fairmont.
TMC President and Chief Executive Officer Wade Linger said the new NASA System and Software Engineering Tools 2 (SET2) BPA continues his firm’s decade-long relationship with NASA’s IV&V Program.
“We’re honored NASA remains confident in our leading-edge technology offerings,” Linger said. “We hope to expand our team who are providing specialized systems and software engineering services in support of the Software Assurance Tools and John McBride Software Testing and Research groups within the NASA IV&V Program.”
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