Late last week NASA posted the Draft RFP for the 6th Generation of this high-profile solution for Enterprise-Wide Procurements and Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (SEWP VI GWAC) solicitation.

Said Joanne Woytek, the Program Manager and CoR responsible for management, implementation and operational aspects of over 147 SEWP GWACs, “SEWP VI is my last hurrah and an exciting one it is. We started with a few hundred million a year in usage in 1993 and head into SEWP VI as the largest Government IT contract with a possible $12B+ in usage across the entire federal government this year with 35,000 Federal customers and almost 10,000 Industry participants.”

The SAM posting provides additional details stating that all interested parties are invited to review and comment on the Draft RFP for this vital contract whose principal purpose is to give the federal government an all-encompassing one-stop acquisition vehicle for Information Technology Product and Service Solutions.

Potential offerors are encouraged to comment on all aspects of the draft solicitation, including the requirements, schedules, proposal instructions, and evaluation approaches, any perceived safety, occupational health, security (including information technology security), environmental, export control, and/or other programmatic risk issues associated with the performance of the work. Potential offerors should identify any unnecessary or inefficient requirements and are also encouraged to comment on the DRFP’s unique terms and conditions, exhibits, and the clarity of the Instructions and Evaluation Criteria.

See the notice 80TECH23R0001 here.

OS AI Note: Those interested in hearing more from Joanne Woytek may want to consider attending next week’s in-person event entitled “AI, Automation & Acquisition: Engaged Fed Leaders to Make an Impact in 2024”. Details Here.


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