NASA Adds 41 Contracts to $20B Enterprise IT GWAC Program

ITphotoNASA has awarded an additional 41 contracts under a potential $20 billion program that covers work to deliver information technology equipment, peripherals and related services across the federal government.

Forty-one contractors will compete for task orders to provide server support systems under the “Group C” category of NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract vehicle, NASA said Friday.

The space agency handed down awards for SEWP’s Group A and Group D earlier this month (click here to read our story on those awards).

SEWP V is designed to help the space agency’s facilities and other federal organizations to access computing technology offerings from industry.

The contract contains a five-year base period that will commence on Nov. 1 and five option years that could extend work until Oct. 31, 2024.

The SEWP V program is managed by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

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