About SEWP IV
The NASA SEWP (Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement) GWAC (Government-Wide
Acquisition Contract) provides the latest in Information Technology (IT) products for all
Federal Agencies. The statutory authority allowing usage of the SEWP contracts by the
entire Federal Government is NASA's designation as an Executive Agent by OMB based on
the Information Technology Management Reform Act (ITMRA) of 1996, now the Clinger
Cohen Act. For more information on the procurement aspects of utilizing SEWP contracts,
view the SEWP Procurement Information Brochure.
SEWP consists of 37 Competed Prime Contract Holders, including 17
small businesses. Small Business categories
include: Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB); Woman-Owned Small Businesses
(WOSB); HUBZone Small Businesses; Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB); and Small Disadvantaged
Businesses (SDB). There are 4 non-competed
8(a) Set-Aside Contracts that are used to complement the competed contracts in providing IT services
The SEWP contracts offer a vast selection and wide range of advanced technology, including, desktops and
servers; IT peripherals; network equipment; storage systems; security tools; software products; cloud based
services; video conferencing systems and other IT and Audio-Visual products along with product based services
such as installation and maintenance to all Federal Agencies (including Department of Defense) and their
approved support service contractors.
SEWP offers low prices (generally below GSA schedule prices), the
lowest surcharge (0.45%) and the easiest and fastest
using precompeted contracts.
Through SEWP, agencies can find an exact fit for their needs at
the best overall value by searching the Web and choosing the right
solutions offered directly by leading hardware and software
and experienced Government integrators.
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