Red River today announced that it has won two contracts under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V (SEWP V) vehicle.
Red River received a full and open contract in the Networking, Security, Video and Conference Tools Group (Group D, Category B) as well as a Small Business set-aside contract for the Server Support Devices and Multi-Functional Devices Group (Group C, Category B).
Both awards have a 10 year period of performance and a ceiling value of $20 billion. While bid protests originally led NASA to re-evaluate proposals and delay awards, Red River was re-awarded both of the SEWP V contracts it originally won in October 2014.
Jeff Sessions, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy at Red River said “We look forward to extending the benefits of SEWP to our customers under the fifth iteration of this contract.”
Under NASA SEWP V, Red River will provide Federal agencies, government contractors and government-owner contractor-operated (GOCO) organizations with access to an array of focused Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Audio Visual (AV) products, solutions and services, including hardware; software; maintenance;
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