A joint venture between Banner Quality Management, Inc. and Peerless Technologies Corporation has won the largest award in its history, a five-year, $233 million effort to support information technology, cybersecurity, communications and program management for NASA’s Glenn Research Center and associated facilities.

“It’s an honor to be able to support the cutting-edge research and development at GRC,” said Gail Hall, Managing Director of the BQMI-Peerless Joint Venture. “Both companies have a long history of supporting NASA’s IT efforts and we look forward to doing our part to support the agency’s goals.”

The new contract, Professional, Administrative, Computational and Engineering services (PACE V), centers on the support, evolution, and refinement of GRC’s IT infrastructure. While PACE V work is conducted at GRC, near Cleveland, Ohio, and the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility in Sandusky, Ohio, the BQMI-Peerless JV will also collaborate with other NASA centers to help expand and develop agency-wide capabilities and technologies.

Along with IT and cybersecurity support, the Ohio-based BQMI-Peerless JV will help NASA expand its capabilities in artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, cloud services and more.

About BQMI

Founded in 2009, BQMI is an Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business that provides managerial and technical services to a wide range of federal customers and private businesses. BQMI is an experienced NASA prime contractor that provides IT Engineering, Safety and Project Management as well as Training Program Development at GRC, Kennedy Space Center, Johnson Space Center and the NASA Safety Center.

About Peerless

Peerless, founded in 2000 and based in Dayton, Ohio, specializes in complex professional services, including systems engineering, cybersecurity, program management, research and development, test and evaluation, and financial, logistics and business management. Peerless clients include NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center; The F-22 Program Office; the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Air Force Civil Engineer Center, the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research program, the F-35 Joint Program Office, and other federal agencies.

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