NASA has awarded 118 smaller and disadvantaged businesses positions on the agency’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract vehicle to provide information technology systems and services to federal customers.
The SEWP V program has “a $25 minimum per order of supplies or services and a per contract maximum of $20 billion” over 10 years, NASA said Wednesday.
Awardees include 25 service-disabled veteran-owned companies, 14 Historically Underutilized Business Zone firms and 79 other small businesses.
The SEWP vehicle is meant to provide federal agencies with tablets, desktops, servers, peripherals, storage, network, security, cloud, video conferencing, audio visual and software products as well as system installation, training and maintenance services.
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center manages the program.