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NASA Centralizing IT Support Services Under $2B CACI Contract

IT support consolidation

NASA Centralizing IT Support Services Under $2B CACI Contract

NASA is consolidating its field centers’ information technology support service requirements into a single contract, which the agency has awarded to CACI International. 

The NASA Consolidated Applications and Platform Services contract covers a potential eight-year service, with a maximum potential value of around $2 billion. It provides a 90-day phase-in period, a nine-month base term, seven option years and a six-month extension coverage. 

The task order includes new applications development, IT systems maintenance and restructuring system duplications for better efficiencies across the centers, NASA said.

According to the NASA solicitation, the task order will also be a key to the consolidation of IT support at the NASA Shared Services Center. 

To work on the contract, CACI has posted on its website a search for members of an NCAPS team for full-time regular employment. The team the company wants to hire includes computer systems analysts, cybersecurity network engineers, data analysts, systems administrators and software testers. 

NASA is under a separate contract to provide the NASA Johnson Space Center with spaceflight systems, simulation and software support in a potential four-year $150 million task order awarded in October.

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