NASA signs deal with InDyne for IT support

NASA has awarded a $200 million contract to InDyne Inc. for IT support services, the agency has announced.

Work on the five-year, Headquarters Information Technology Support Services contract includes integrated Information Technology, systems engineering and operations, and IT-related management support services.

Most of the work will be performed at NASA headquarters in Washington.

InDyne will provide IT services such as support in planning, developing, implementing, integrating, overseeing and evaluating NASA IT activities. The company will operate, maintain and perform sustaining engineering for existing IT resources.

The company also will plan, define, design, develop or acquire, implement, operate, maintain and perform sustaining engineering for new headquarters IT resources, enhancements and upgrades to existing IT resources.

Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Federal Computer Week.

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