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NASA Kicking Off Potential $14B Enterprise-Wide IT Vehicle

ITphotoNASA is set to put out a preliminary request for a potential $14 billion information technology acquisition contract focused on cloud-based computing services, hardware, storage systems and peripherals.

The draft request for proposals for the seven-year Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract will be released this week, with the final RFP and award set for early summer and May 2014 respectively, Nextgov reports.

Bob Brewin writes an overview will be made available to interested contractors from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on March 11 at the Greenbelt Marriott hotel in Greenbelt, Md.

Warren Suss, president of Suss Consulting, told Nextgov he estimates the government-wide SEWP V will have around the same amount of contract holders as the SEWP IV contract, which holds 42 vendors.

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