NASA Seeks Industry Partners to Manage Earth Science Data

NASA looks to partner with cloud computing and big date companies firms to discover, access and utilize huge amounts of Earth science data.

In a FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday, NASA seeks partnership plans from private entities that are willing to enter into an agreement to help the space agency manage archive under the Earth Science Data Systems program.

The agency aims to explore strategies to facilitate discovery, utilization and access of data sets in the cloud, as well as determine technologies needed to implement the approaches.

NASA noted it provide data stewardship support under potential partnership agreements.

Responses are due Nov. 29.

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