Carahsoft’s John Lee: NASA’s SEWP Vehicle Drives Agency Cloud Adoption, Transition

John Lee
John Lee

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 8, 2016 — John Lee, vice president of cloud services and program manager for the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle at Carahsoft, has said the NASA contract platform serves to drive cloud adoption at federal agencies, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

Lee wrote in a blog post published Tuesday that options available in SEWP work to support agency transition to the cloud and ease the procurement of services as they are needed.

“The contract is a catalog by request, not a request by catalog… This means if there is a product an agency needs to purchase but it is not on the list, organizations can request it be added, ” he said.

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