Space

June 25, 2012

NASA selects headquarters information technology support services contract

NASA has selected the Headquarters Information Technology Support Services contract.

Digital Management, Inc. of Bethesda, Md. will provide support for the NASA Headquarters’ Office of Headquarters Operations, Information Technology and Communications Division in Washington, D.C.

This is a cost-plus-incentive-fee contract, with the ability to issue indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity task orders on a cost-plus-incentive fee or cost-plus-fixed fee basis. The period of performance includes one base year with four 1-year options not to exceed five years. The maximum total value of the contract, including options, is approximately $177 million.

Under this contract, Digital Management will provide information technology support services to NASA Headquarters. Additional services include planning and management of information systems; life-cycle support for applications and information systems; operation of the NASA Headquarters Data Center; systems engineering and integration services; IT security; technology innovation and infusion; and customer support.

This competitive procurement was set aside for certified 8(a) businesses.




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