NASA picks new deadline for $20B SEWP V

New date is Nov. 1

After being postponed by the government shutdown, NASA has selected Nov. 1 as the new due date for its $20 billion SEWP V contract.

The original due date was Oct. 14, but because of the government shutdown, the agency postponed the deadline indefinitely.

It was soon joined by GSA and its $60 billion OASIS contract, which just had its deadline extended to Oct. 30.

The Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract is a multi-award government-wide acquisition contract vehicle that is focused on IT products and product-based services, according to the NASA SEWP website.

Click here to see NASA's official announcement on the deadline extension.

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