GSA’s ASTRO Program offers a family of ten separate, individual, Multiple Award (MA), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that span multiple NAICS Codes -- sponsored by the DoD. The scope encompasses a variety of services related to manned, unmanned, and optionally manned platforms and robotics. 

The Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation (GTARC) – GTRI – holds contracts in these domains:  

  • Development/Systems Integration (Contract 47QFCA22D0318)
    • Includes all services related to the improvement or enhancement of the overall platform or improvement or enhancement of any subsystem or component of a platform.
    • Includes all services related to the process of bringing together component systems/subsystems into one system (an aggregation of systems/subsystems cooperating so that the system is able to deliver the overarching functionality) and ensuring that the component systems/subsystems function together as a single system.
    • Includes systems integration, improvement, and/or engineering services performed within the framework of manned, unmanned, or optionally manned platforms and/or robotics.


  • Research (Contract 47QFCA22D0366)
    • Includes all services conducted for the innovation, introduction, and improvement of products and procedures regarding manned, unmanned, optionally manned, and counter Unmanned Systems (UxS) platforms and/or robotics for land, air, sea, or space.

ASTRO Features

  • Ten-year MA/IDIQ (five-year base, one five-year option).
  • Unlimited Ceiling.
  • Supports various task order contract types: e.g., Cost Reimbursement.
  • For use by Department of Defense.
  • Commercial and Noncommercial requirements.
  • Allows for ancillary support to include Information Technology requirements.
  • No Contract Access Fee (CAF). Only FEDSIM and GSA Assisted Services can issue Task Orders so there is no Fee. No Direct Orders allowed.
  • GSA Task Order Ordering Guide (TBD).

Points of Contact:

Allison Tapp  (

Doug Nation  (