NASA’s SEWP Contract Customers to See Lower Usage Fee; Joanne Woytek Quoted

Jeff Brody
Joanne Woytek

The program management office for NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract reduced SEWP’s usage fee from .375 percent to .36 percent, FCW reported Monday.

Joanne Woytek, program manager for the SEWP vehicle, said the governmentwide acquisition contract booked 35K in new orders and saw approximately $6.7B worth of agency orders in fiscal year 2019, which resulted in a fee reduction.

She told the publication that the office opted for a markdown since the SEWP contract can’t offer discounts to clients and keep excess money. "Every six months, we do a review and every two or three years, we lower the fee,” Woytek added.

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