Softchoice Wins NASA Contract


IT solutions and managed services provider Softchoice has been awarded a contract under the NASA Solutions for Enterprise-wide Procurement (SEWP) V Government-Wide Acquisition contract. The contract for computer technologies, awarded to 43 different providers, extends for a period of ten years and has an estimated value of up to $20 billion. Softchoice was previously a prime contractor under the SEWP IV program, which commenced in 2007 and will end with the phase-in of SEWP V this month.

SEWP Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts are available for ordering by all NASA centers, all federal agencies and their contractors. The principal purpose of the SEWP V contracts is to provide clients with state-of-the-art computer technologies, high-end scientific and engineering processing capabilities, network equipment and peripherals.

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