NASA plans industry day on IT infrastructure strategy

NASA plans to hold an industry day July 23 in Washington to brief the private sector on the acquisition strategy for its Information Technology Infrastructure Improvement program (I3P).

The I3P solicitation will support several agency components and encompass network communications, data center, desktop and Web services, according to an announcement on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site.

In addition to communicating its acquisition strategy, NASA will describe its IT infrastructure requirements across the components, get input from industry on its IT strategy and establish a list of companies interested in the procurement.

Registration, which closes July 21, is limited to two representatives per company, NASA said.

The event will be held at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

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