NASA awards $516.9M financial support services contract to Aeyon

The contract is part of a multi-year initiative to streamline NASA’s procurement of its product service lines.
The entrance to NASA's Johnson Space Center is shown in Houston on June 28, 2019. (Photo by Kacey Cherry / AFP)

Consulting and technology services company Aeyon announced last week it was awarded a NASA Financial Support Services (NFSS) contract worth up to $516.9 million, to provide financial management consulting services in support of NASA’s missions, programs and projects.

Aeyon, which has worked as a contractor for the Defense Department and civilian agencies related to financial management and tech modernization, will work with seven of the ten NASA centers during a contract period of up to eight years.

“This milestone contract affirms that agencies continue to turn to Aeyon for our ability to unlock financial management efficiencies at scale by standardizing key processes, consolidating financial contracts and ensuring auditability,” said Sunny Singh, President and CEO of Aeyon.

The NFSS contract is part of a multi-year initiative to streamline NASA’s procurement of its product service lines.


The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract was awarded by NASA to MM Technologies, a joint venture between Aeyon company Manufacturing Technical Solutions and Virginia-based small business MDW, Aeyon said in a statement last week.

The NFSS contract will be managed out of the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The contract began on December 1st with a 90-day phase-in period, followed by a two-year base period, and three two-year option periods. 

Nihal Krishan

Written by Nihal Krishan

Nihal Krishan is a technology reporter for FedScoop. He came to the publication from The Washington Examiner where he was a Big Tech Reporter, and previously covered the tech industry at Mother Jones and Global Competition Review. In addition to tech policy, he has also covered national politics with a focus on the economy and campaign finance. His work has been published in the Boston Globe, USA TODAY, HuffPost, and the Arizona Republic, and he has appeared on NPR, SiriusXM, and PBS Arizona. Krishan is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School for Journalism. He grew up in South Korea, Saudi Arabia, India, and Singapore before moving to the United States to study politics and journalism. You can reach him at

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