Joanne Woytek, program manager for Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement at NASA, said the government acquisition contract for information technology services has expanded into a source of purchasing data and "custom engagement" services for agency clients, FCW reported Tuesday.
Woytek said the procurement program began collecting data from public sources, including information on products approved under the General Services Administration’s federal risk and authorization management program. The program office now operates with 75 employees.
"I anticipate up to 20 more positions added in the next year if the current SEWP usage continues to increase at the current rate of 10 percent or more,” she said.
The expanded capabilities of SEWP, now in its fifth iteration, are part of a recent reorganization at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, according to the report.