NASA awards information technology infrastructure contract

  • 08-Jan-2010 09:48 EST

NASA selected ASRC Primus of Greenbelt, MD, for the Goddard Unified Enterprise Services and Technology (GUEST) contract. The five-year contract has a minimum value of $2 million and a maximum value of $229 million. ASRC Primus will develop, integrate, sustain, and manage the information technology infrastructure and systems for NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, in the areas of information systems management, business infrastructure and application development, system administration, and network design.

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