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June 30, 2016 FCW.COM 21 NASA’s Solutions for Enterprisewide Procurement program was launched more than 20 years ago with a simple pur- pose: help the space agency buy comput- ers more effectively. Yet the multiple-award, indefinite-deliv- ery, indefinite-quantity governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) has prov- en remarkably durable and effective and has evolved to provide a wide range of IT products and services governmentwide. Now in its fifth iteration, the program was authorized in 1993 by the Office of Management and Budget. The acronym originally stood for Scientific and Engi- neering Workstation Procurement, and the contract provided technical and engineer- ing-related IT products but not associated services. The acronym changed to its cur- rent form in 2007 after computer tech- nology blossomed and firm-fixed-price services became available. The latest iteration of NASA’s governmentwide acquisition contract opened for business about a year ago. Here’s what that means for agency customers. BY FCW STAFF 0630fcw_021-024.indd 21 6/8/16 8:51 AM
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