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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER PROTEST RESOLVED

 WELLESLEY, Mass., Feb. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- EG&G, Inc. (NYSE: EGG) today joined NASA in announcing the settlement of a protest involving the Base Operations Contract (BOC) at the Kennedy Space Center. EG&G Florida, Inc., a subsidiary of EG&G, Inc., is the incumbent BOC contractor, employing approximately 3,000 people in the management and operations of the Space Center. It has served in that role since Jan. 1, 1983.
 Following a formal competition, NASA announced on Nov. 18, 1992, its intention to award the BOC to Lockheed Space Operations Company. The three other bidders: EG&G Florida, Westinghouse KSC Company, Inc., and BAMSI, Inc. all protested this decision to the General Services Board of Contract Appeals. On Jan. 28, 1993, consistent with the parties' settlement agreement, an Order was entered by the Board, rescinding the award to Lockheed.
 Pursuant to the settlement, the four original bidders will have the opportunity to submit revised proposals. NASA has indicated that it expects to make a selection by late summer.
 EG&G will respond to the new request from NASA. Meanwhile the company will continue to provide base operations support during the recompetition period.
 EG&G is a fortune 200 company with annual sales in excess of $2.6 billion. It employs more than 30,000 people in the design and manufacture of laboratory and field-test instruments and electronic and mechanical components for commercial customers worldwide. EG&G provides systems engineering, precision component manufacturing, and test-site operating and management services to many government agencies and laboratories.
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 /CONTACT: Deborah S. Lorenz, of EG&G, 617-431-4306/
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