NASA AWARDS AGENCY-WIDE MISSION NETWORK SERVICES CONTRACT
WASHINGTON — NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.,
has award AT&T of Vienna, Va., a contract to provide Mission Network
Services for the agency.
The contract has a one-year, two-month base period, followed by three
two-year options that may be exercised at NASA’s discretion. It is a
firm-fixed price contract with a value of approximately $87 million,
if all options are exercised.
Under the contract, AT&T will provide resources necessary to perform
NASA’s Mission Network requirements at domestic and overseas
locations for agency projects and missions.
The contract is a follow-on effort for NASA’s agency-wide Mission
Network Services, which was awarded under the General Services
Administration’s Federal Technology Services (FTS) 2001 contract.
These services are being transitioned from the GSA FTS 2001 contract
to the newly awarded GSA Networx Universal contract.
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