Research Report

The SEWP contract vehicle has grown in size and stature over the years. SEWP V currently operates with 145 contract holders, 119 of which are small businesses. SEWP has become one of those contracts that if you aren’t part of it, it’s going to be much tougher to sell IT products to many government buyers.
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There are always concerns when going through the transition from the current iteration of a successful program to the next. During the move from SEWP IV to SEWP V, there were several things that caused particular concern. With much planning and preparation for expansion, the transition in the end was a success.
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Over the years, NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) has gone from just one of a number of government-wide acquisition contracts (GWACs) to the top of the pile. It’s widely considered as one of best run IT-based contracts, if not the absolute best. It’s a go-to resource for many government agencies.
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A 2012 memo issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), required agencies to use strategic sourcing as a way to cut IT costs. In May 2014, the OMB asked the SEWP program office to head a government-wide effort to develop a strategic sourcing initiative to reduce the costs of IT commodities such as desktops and laptops.
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In an effort to make things as easy as possible for both contractors and government customers, for years the SEWP program office has looked at developing ways it can put various tools online. So far, some upgrades like the Quick RFI and Quote Request tools have been extremely helpful assisting customers with buying decisions.
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