NASA Selects Alaska Company For Technical Information Support
The five-year maximum value of the contract is $38.8 million. The contract, managed by the Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va., is entitled Operation of the Center for Aerospace Information and Scientific and Technical Information Program Support.
NASA, as directed by the Space Act of 1958, collects and distributes agency research data to the widest practical audience. Through the STI Program, NASA acquires, manages and distributes data to advance agency goals in aeronautics, space science and technology; and to improve U.S. competitiveness.
The contractor will acquire, process and distribute unclassified NASA and other STI pertinent to agency missions and goals. They will provide STI via a Web-based environment and maintain Internet-based search and access capability.
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