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NASA Selects Unisys To Compete For SEWP V Contracts

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NASA has selected Unisys to compete for task orders to provide a range of information technology products and services to federal government agencies under the new Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V contract.

Unisys was selected to compete for work on the SEWP V contract, which has a ceiling value of $20 billion over 10 years, including one five-year base period followed by one five-year option period. Unisys was chosen for work in two contract categories: Group A for computer-based systems; and Group D for networking, security, video and conference tools. Unisys is among 23 contractors selected by NASA under Group A and 33 contractors under Group D. Unisys had provided IT products and services on the predecessor SEWP IV contract.

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