ThunderCat Awarded $77M NASA Software Procurement Support Contract

Jeff Brody

ThunderCat Technology has secured a potential five-year, $77M contract to help NASA centers obtain and renew  ServiceNow software licenses along with support services through the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle.

NASA said Friday ThunderCat will make a SEWP ServiceNow Catalog available to all agency-run centers. The firm-fixed-price contract has a one-year base period that began Thursday, followed by four option years.

Administration of contract work will take place at the NASA Shared Services Center in Mississippi.

Reston, Va.-based ThunderCat offers data management, logistics, cloud computing and cybersecurity services.

ServiceNow is a cloud-based platform that works to help organizations automate workflows.

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