NASA rewards global information technology and communications contract

NASA awarded Leidos Inc. of Reston, Va., A new agency-wide information and communications technology services contract for Advanced Global Information Technology (AEGIS) solutions business.

Under the 10-year, $ 2.5 billion contract, Leidos will provide telecommunications, cloud and data center services to all NASA centers and facilities. The contract is designed to provide a seamless communications infrastructure that encompasses both WAN and core networks while supporting cybersecurity, collaboration tools, emergency and early warning systems, telephony, wiring and radio systems.

Managed by NASA’s Chief Information Officer, the contract will provide assets and services critical to the agency’s continued success as a global leader in aeronautics, human and robotic space exploration, scientific research and development of space technologies.

The cost-plus-price / price futures contract also has fixed price services and indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity components. The contract takes effect on September 1, 2021 and continues until August 31, 2031, if all the options and conditions of grant are exercised.

AEGIS is the follow-up contract to the NASA Integrated Communications Services (NICS) contract, under which these services were previously provided to the agency.

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