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National Aeronautics and Space Administration Logo Procurement at NASA is done through the various NASA Centers (listed below). Each Center procures items from the GSA schedules, the DLA inventory and directly from vendors. The majority of items are procured from the GSA schedules, however, the majority of small purchases are placed directly with the vendors.

I. What Products Does NASA Buy Most?

Product Dollar Amount (1995)
Space vehicle launchers $467,680,000
Space vehicles $432,282,000
Rocket engines and components $422,728,000
Guided missile and space vehicle inert propulsion units $351,692,000
Automated data processing (ADP) equipment $111,694,000
Motors - electrical $22,901,000
Fuels- solid $22,567,000
ADP central processing units $15,961,000
ADP software $14,727,000
Structural shapes - iron and steel (e.g., metal piling) $9,537,000


II. What are the NASA Centers?

Center Contact Telephone
Ames Research Center
Thomas Kolis
(415) 604-4690
Dryden Flight Research Center
Robert Medina
(805) 258-3343
Goddard Space Flight Center
Janet Jew
(301) 286-6574
Johnson Space Center
Billy Jefferson
(713) 483-4134
Kennedy Space Center
Ann Watson
(407) 867-7217
Langley Research Center
Vernon Vann
(804) 864-2456
Lewis Research Center
Steve Fedor
(216) 433-2144
Marshall Space Flight Center
Stanley McCall
(205) 544-0254
Stennis Space Center
Jane Johnson
(601) 688-3681
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Tom May
(818) 354-2121


III. Who Do I Contact at NASA?

Office Telephone
Headquarters Acquisition Division
(202) 358-1852
Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU)
(202) 358-2088

 
IV. What Information Sources are Available?

Brochures:

Internet:

* The Procurement Forecast is required by every Federal Agency and is a projection of Agency purchases and contracts for the next fiscal year.

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