InfoZen captures $40M NASA cloud contract

Company will help develop websites, apps

InfoZen Inc. has won a $40 million blanket purchase agreement to take NASA’s websites to the cloud, under the Web Enterprise Service Technologies BPA.

The Rockville, Md., company will support NASA websites under this firm-fixed-price contract. The BPA has a one-year base and four one-year options.

InfoZen will help NASA create, maintain and manage websites, the company said.

The contract will cover solutions around infrastructure, platform and software as-a-service for internal and external websites and web applications. Services will include content management and search and collaborative services, such as blogs and wikis.

NASA has 140 internal and external web applications and websites, which are used by the public, media, students, researchers, industry partners and government partners, the agency said.

Among the similar work InfoZen has done is building, which is now known as


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