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RESEARCH, ENGINEERING, MISSION AND INTEGRATION SERVICES (REMIS)

The REMIS contract provides the International Space Station (ISS) Program with an avenue to obtain services and deliverables at various stages of the ISS Program and Vehicle life cycle, as well as support for various other programs and functional offices within the federal government.
The statement of work includes the ability to solicit manned spaceflight and ground hardware, software, sustaining engineering functions, engineering services, payload facility integration, on a commercial basis, with minimal involvement of the government.
The contract is a multi-award contract with indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed price and cost-plus-fixed-fee line item numbers.

DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT:

  • Requirements Definition – Product development and process optimization
  • Verification/Validation – Meets specification and intended purpose
  • Model Based Systems Engineering – Use of visual modeling vs document-based information exchange
  • 3D CAD & 2D Engineering Release – Managing, planning, scheduling and controlling
  • Test Procedures and Performance – Meets customer driven requirements
  • Operations/Maintenance Manuals – Fully integrated and procedurally driven
  • System Integration – Horizontal sub-system integration approach to projects and programs
  • Design for Life Cycle Cost & Manufacturing – Incorporation of innovative design manufacturing
  • Model Based Data Control – Complex design verification/validation
  • Finite Element and Failure Mode & Effects Analysis

FOCUSED/SPECIALIZED ENGINEERING:

  • Systems Engineering and Integration
    • International Space Station (ISS), Orion and Cargo Resupply Vehicle, Manned Rated
      Flight Hardware & Ground Support Equipment, Concept/Design/Development and
      manufacture
    • NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS), Commercial Crew Vehicle, Umbilical Hardware,
      Cable Harness and Fluid Control System, Concept/Design/Development
  • Space Flight Test Platform
    • Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), Space Development
      Acceleration Contract (SDAC) Utilizing Additive Manufacturing Technology

HIGH TOLERANCE MANUFACTURING:

  • Human – Rated space flight hardware
  • Ground support hardware for ISS commercial resupply and SLS