NASA seeks cybersecurity and privacy enterprise support

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NASA wants contract personnel to provide cybersecurity and privacy enterprise solutions and services (CyPrESS) in support of all its centers and facilities, according to a request for proposals (RFP).

The contract will consist of a single award for an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract of solutions and services over a nine-year period.

NASA‘s IT Procurement Office issued the RFP on behalf of its Office of the CIO in June.

The cost-plus-award fee (CPAF) contract covers CPAF and firm-fixed-price task orders, with the latter being phased in over a 60-day period at the outset.

A top-secret facilities clearance is required.

NASA anticipates making its award Nov. 8 and beginning core work on Feb. 1, 2022.

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