NASA Posts RFI for Enterprise Comm Services to Support Agency Centers

NASA Posts RFI for Enterprise Comm Services to Support Agency Centers
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NASA has issued a request for information to seek potential sources of enterprise communications services for the agency's various centers.

According to a Beta SAM notice posted Friday, the agency is contemplating to award three or four five-year contracts for the provision of communication services to NASA centers such as Goddard Space Flight Center, Armstrong Flight Research Center and Stennis Space Center.

Contract work will potentially cover analysis, strategy, film and distribution support, editorial work, distribution, communication issue management, digital media and oversight services.

Potential contracts are also considered to provide radio, broadcast, world wide web, photography, digital imagery and social media support.

Interested minority institutions, small businesses and historically black colleges and universities and other parties are required to submit responses to the RFI until Feb. 23.

NASA expects to make contract awards by late fiscal year 2022.

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