ASRC wins $403M NASA Ames IT contract
Company outscores six competitors to win small biz contract
- By Mark Hoover
- Jul 25, 2013
ASRC Research and Technology Solutions has won a $403.4 million contract with NASA to provide IT services in support of research, engineering, maintenance and operations for Ames Research Center.
The ARC Information Technology Services 3 contract is a small-business set-aside contract that will last five years, with a two-year base and three option years.
ASRC beat out six other companies for the $403.4 million award.
Under the contract, ASRC will support the Ames Research Center and its programs in the areas of IT systems and governance support; IT security support; network and communication systems; application management; scientific computing systems; innovation and emerging technologies; management and administration; and other support services.
The companies ASRC competed against for the contract included:
- ActioNet Inc.
- Caelum Research Corp.
- Maden Technologies
- Mission Critical Technologies
- OpalSoft Inc.
- SaiTech Inc.
According to NASA documents, ASRC scored a 920 out of 1,000 possible points. It rated an excellent in the technical understanding sub-factor. In the management approach subfactor it scored a very good rating. It also scored very good in the safety and health plan sub-factor.
The NASA evaluator said that ASRC was the only company to submit a technically acceptable proposal.
Evaluations on all the competitors are availabe in the NASA document.
Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.