NASA SEWP Contract Considered “Great Example” of Public/Private Partnership.

In a recent article for Washington Technology, author Mark Hoover interviewed Brian Haney, vice president of client services for Deltek FedFocus, who lauded a number of governmental contracts that will continue to reshape that market, including the NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement. Sword & Shield holds a SEWP IV contract.

The next market-moving opportunity is NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V (SEWP V). In Haney’s opinion, the SEWP contract is “possibly one of the greatest examples of true public and private partnership.”

It’s a contract generally for computer equipment, and therefore, “there isn’t much distinction between the top incumbents and the next few,” he said. “Work tends to be evenly spread among the contract holders.”

There are 52 incumbents for this contract, with the top four being World Wide Technology Inc., CDW, GTSI and Sword & Shield.

As for its value, it’s worth roughly $10.5 billion over seven years, Haney said.

Read the article in its entirety here.


Lara Bergman

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