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NASA spend in focus in report


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Research And Markets
: 08 January, 2010  (New Product)
IT and data services at NASA come into focus in report available from Research and Markets
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the 'What's News?: US Federal Government Consolidates NASA's IT Spend' report to their offering.

This 8-page report discusses NASA's recent plans to award five contracts as part of the Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P) acquisition to consolidate the agency's IT and data services. Input Inc., a market research firm, has estimated the total value for the five contracts, based on NASA's draft RFPs, to be $4.3 billion.

The services contracts would consolidate current NASA contracts such as the Outsourcing Desktop Initiative for NASA and Unified NASA Information Technology Services.

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Three criteria are used to distinguish independent governmental organizations from each other: They must exist as an organized entity, possess a governmental character, such as having a high degree of responsibility to the public or the ability to levy taxes, and have substantial autonomy, including fiscal and administrative independence.

The federal government includes all civilian and defence agencies, departments, organizations, and offices of the US federal government.
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