NASA Taps Business Integra for Potential $206M Goddard IT Support IDIQ

information technologyBusiness Integra has received a potential five-year, $206 million contract to manage and integrate information technology systems at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

The company will help NASA implement strategies to manage networking, computing and multiple facilities as well as ensure the delivery of services for the enterprise-wide IT environment throughout the center, NASA said Friday.

The Goddard Information Technology Integration Support Services contract is structured as a small business set-aside and has a five-year ordering period that begins Nov. 16, with a minimum order value of $2 million.

NASA awarded the company a separate contract for the GITISS program’s 45-day-phase-in period that will commence Oct 2.

Bethesda, Maryland-based Business Integra provides IT application development, consulting and re-engineering for government and commercial customers.

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