Small biz wins $177M NASA award

Digital Management Inc. has won a $177 million contract to provide IT support services to NASA’s headquarters.

Counting options the contract will run for five years and will be used by the office of headquarters operations, IT and communications division.

Services include planning and management, lifecycle support for applications and systems, data center operations, systems engineering and integration service, and IT security.

The contract awarded a set aside competition just for 8(a) small businesses. The contract is a cost-plus-incentive fee contract but task orders can come out with an incentive fee or a fixed fee.

Digital Management is based in Bethesda, Md.

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Reader Comments

Tue, Jun 26, 2012

How did DMI win this as an 8A setaside? According to CCR and SBA Dynamic their 8a designation ended 03/28/2012. Was the 8a requirement pre-proposal submission or post submission?

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