Velos, as part of Team Axient, Wins NASA Systems and Software Assurance Services 2 (SAS2) Contract

Princess Anne, MD- Velos is proud to report that our prime partner, Axient, has been awarded NASA’s Systems and Software Assurance Services 2 (SAS2) contract. This a cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with reimbursable task orders and a maximum ordering limitation of approximately $170 million.

For this task, Velos will continue to build upon our years of providing high-quality support to NASA, now as part of Team Axient. Velos is excited to work with a great partner in Axient, and we look forward to working collaboratively to achieve mission success for NASA. For more information on the SAS2 contract, please see Axient’s award announcement (Axient SAS2 Win) or NASA’s award announcement here: NASA Award Announcement.

“We have built up a great relationship and have been providing outstanding support to NASA for nearly 8 years now.  Our Velos staff will provide Axient with excellent support under our new partnership on this effort.  We are excited to continue our relationship with NASA through support to SAS2 and that our team will continue be able to support the ongoing NASA mission with a very experienced and professional team. We are also excited to be able to grow our experience in the systems and software IV&V arena.” stated Mark Ferguson, Vice President, Engineering and Technical Services.

Velos, LLC is a full-service engineering and technical services and government relations consulting firm representing leaders in the defense, aerospace, intelligence, and related industries. As an integrated and SBA-certified HUBZone company, we incorporate technical prowess into the execution of corporate strategies and business development experience, providing clients with reliable, cost-effective, and maximum impact solutions. Velos also provides dependable multi-discipline satellite and space systems engineering and technical services to both industry prime contractors and agencies such as the Department of Defense (DoD), the Intelligence Community (IC), NASA, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to help them accomplish their program goals and achieve mission success.