In a press release, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has released details of its latest partnership, this time with Alabama-based Media Fusion LLC to provide a series of services to its Marshall Space Flight Center.
The contract, which has an estimated value of $57.5 million, stipulates that Media Fusion will give exhibit services, strategic research, and analysis, in a firm-fixed-price arrangement. It will commence in October in a one-year base period with the option to be renewed annually in the span of the next four years.
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, based in Hunstville, Alabama, specifically its Office of Strategic Analysis and Communications (OSAC), requires the aforementioned services provided by third-party firms such as Media Fusion. They are significant in the effective communication of the space agency and the flight center’s strategies and vision to its internal stakeholders and to the general public as well.
Media Fusion is also expected to deliver support services to the general clientele of OSAC with compliance to the set requirements stipulated in the agreement.