Providing the latest in commercial Information Technology (IT) products and services, the NASA Solutions for Enterprise Wide Procurement (SEWP) contract vehicle has an outstanding track record of serving up fresh technology for Federal Agencies. SEWP is a Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) consisting of over 140 pre-competed Prime Contract Holders, including more than 110 small businesses. Small Business categories include: Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB); Woman-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB); Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSB); HUBZone Small Businesses; Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB); and Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB). The SEWP contracts offer a vast selection and wide range of commercial advanced technology, including, desktops and servers, IT peripherals, network equipment, storage systems, security tools, software products, cloud based services, telecommunication, Health IT, video conferencing systems and other IT and Audio-Visual products along with product based services such as installation, maintenance and other services related to in-scope products 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 (0.39%) and the easiest and fastest ordering procedure using pre-competed contracts.
Through SEWP, Agencies can find an exact fit for their needs at the best overall value by choosing the right solutions offered directly by leading hardware and software manufacturers and experienced Government integrators and service providers.
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SEWP V contracts are firm fixed price contracts that offer a wide variety of IT products and product based services, including:
Millions of contract line items (CLINS) from thousands of manufacturers and service providers are available through the SEWP Contract Holders.
|NASA SEWP Helpline||(301) email@example.com|
|NASA SEWP Contract Holders Helpline||(301) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|NASA SEWP Orders||FAX (301) email@example.com|
|Michael Canales, DPAP||(703) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|General and Specific Program Questions:|
|Brian Dufresne, Office of the Chief Information Officer||Brian_Dufresne@ios.doi.gov|
|Kym Burns, Office of the Chief Information Officer||Kym_Burns@ios.doi.gov|
|General and Specific Program Questions:|
|Dionna McTaw; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS)||(202) email@example.com|
|David Cesar; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS)||(202) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Consuela Beverly; VACO, ITRM Acquisition (ITARS)||(202) email@example.com|
Contract Number: NNG (varies per contract, see list)
NOTE: Upon clicking on a Contract Holder name from the list, the base contract can be found in the “Contract Documents”.
Contract Type: Fixed Price, IDIQ
SEWP is divided into 5 Groups of contracts. Groups A, B(1), B(2), C and D were awarded through a competitive process. Group A was a full and open competition and consists primarily of large and small OEM’s/manufacturers. Groups B, C, and D consists primarily of Value Added Resellers. Group B(1) was a small business set-aside competition for HUBZone businesses. Group B(2) was a small business set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). Group C was a small business set-aside for Small Businesses. Group D was a full and open competition and consists of both small and large businesses.
Note that each competed group has the same scope which provides overlap among all contracts and groups.
Per Fair Opportunity as required by FAR Part 16, all Contract Holders within any one individual group must be considered (the SEWP on-line automatically provide the Fair Opportunity groupings when selecting Contract Holders). It is recommended to post requirements to multiple groups for maximum competition.
Contract Effective Dates: All SEWP V Contracts have an effective ordering period of May 1, 2015 through April 30, 2025. The base contracts were awarded for 5 years with one 5 year option for a total of 10 years. Each contract has a $20 Billion contract limit.