NASA Plans to Consolidate Cloud Service Procurement Efforts Into Single Delivery Order

NASA is looking to consolidate contracts for acquiring cloud services from Microsoft, Amazon Web Services and Google into a single reseller delivery order worth potentially $685.8 million.

The consolidated order for agency-wide cloud services will be open to small business resellers capable of providing access to all three cloud service providers under NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle, according to a notice posted Tuesday on

The NASA Office of the Chief Information Officer Cloud and Computing Services service line will manage the access to the CSPs to ensure that cloud services are distributed across the agency.

An agency memo justifying the consolidated contract that market research showed that two or more SEWP small business resellers could meet the agency’s cloud services requirement.

Responses to the special notice are due April 3.

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