NASA Seeks Info on Potential Financial Support Sources

NASA‘s Ames Research Center has issued a request for information on potential providers of financial support services.

The agency said Friday on a FedBizOpps notice it plans to award the potential five-year Financial Support Services II contract as part of the Mission Support Future Architecture Program that seeks to standardize activities across its centers to realize cost savings.

The contract’s scope of work includes financial management; administrative management; program analysis and business integration; contractor travel/training; special financial analysis; end-user services support; and resources management.

The performance period is expected to kick off on Jan. 14, 2020 and run through Jan. 13, 2025 and the contract may support other NASA Centers through indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity task orders.

NASA awarded Houston-based Logical-R Joint Venture in 2014 a potential five-year, $61.2M contract to provide financial services for ARC.

Responses to the RFI are due Dec. 21.

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