NASA Kicks Off Potential $10B Govt-Wide IT Acquisition

ITphotoNASA has started accepting proposals for contracts worth between $5 and $10 billion combined for information technology products and services for up to 10 years.

The Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V acquisition contract is available to all federal agencies and includes a five-year base period with a five-year option, NASA said in its request for proposals Friday.

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Proposals are due to NASA at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time on Oct. 14.

SEWP V will feature two full-and-open competitions and three reserved exclusively for small businesses.

Contracts to be awarded through full-and-open competitions will include one for computer systems and services and a second for tools to support networking, security, video and conferencing.

The space agency will hold two competitions to provide mass storage devices, one reserved for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses and the other for Historically Underutilized Business Zone, or HUBzone businesses.

A third small business-only competition will cover server support and multi-functional devices, NASA said.

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