NASA has awarded a contract for mission integration services in support of the International Space Station to Barrios Technology, Inc. The contract, starting January 1, has a potential value of $145.1 million. The basic period of the cost-plus-award-fee contract is four years and nine months, with two one-year extension options.Work under the contract will provide products and services that support mission planning, mission integration, mission operations, international partner integration, and Russian language and logistics services. The Mission Integration Contract is one of the contracts awarded as part of the restructuring of the International Space Station’s contracts in order to consolidate work, increase efficiency and accountability, and to transition the work from development of space hardware to orbital operations.TechTrans International, Inc. is a major subcontractor leading the international integration services. Other subcontractors on the Barrios team include the Futron Corporation and Lockheed Martin Space Operations.Barrios President, Sandra Johnson, said, “We are pleased to have the opportunity to expand our support to NASA’s International Space Station program and look forward to meeting our customer’s needs with high quality mission integration services.”A woman-owned business founded in 1980, Barrios Technology, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2000 certified technology company with headquarters in Houston, Texas. With expertise in space operations, information technology, and training solutions, the company provides services to NASA, Department of Defense agencies, and the aerospace industry.