NASA outsources PCs at HQ

NASA outsources PCs at HQ

NASA has selected Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego to run PC operations at the agency's headquarters.

The headquarters deal is the latest task order under the Outsourcing the Desktop Initiative for NASA. The three-year, $20.1 million award is midsize by ODIN standards and significantly smaller than the $154.9 million task order that OAO Corp. of Greenbelt, Md., won last year to take over PC work at four NASA space centers.

Small or large, the headquarters project will be a flagship for ODIN because of its visibility, said Mark Hagerty, ODIN project manager. This ODIN contract, which will require SAIC to provide about 1,800 PCs, will cover services for the agency's senior executives.

The space agency this summer plans to award further ODIN task orders for its research centers.

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