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Joanne Woytek: NASA Uses Customer Feedback to Simplify SEWP IT Contracting Process

ITphotoJoanne Woytek, NASA‘s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement program manager, said in an interview with Federal Times published Monday that the agency has implemented new tools designed to make it easier for SEWP contract users to acquire information technology products.

She told FCW reporter Aaron Boyd that NASA made solicitation and quoting tools available as well as added resources that can help government agencies utilize the contract vehicle.

“We go out and train our customers almost daily — and it is actually myself and my deputy many times — so that we can hear from our customers about what they want,” Woytek said, according to the publication.

She also noted in the interview that she has seen growth in the number of agencies that acquire IT offerings through NASA’s IT government-wide acquisition program.

The space agency also could award more than 80 contracts under the SEWP V vehicle, Woytek told FCW.

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