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FY14 NASA Briefing: Actionable Intelligence for the IT Product Community
 

FY14 NASA Briefing: Actionable Intelligence for the IT Product Community

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immixGroup’s Market Intelligence Senior Analyst, Tom O’Keefe, shares intelligence on NASA’s major initiatives, funded IT programs, and key organizations. ...

immixGroup’s Market Intelligence Senior Analyst, Tom O’Keefe, shares intelligence on NASA’s major initiatives, funded IT programs, and key organizations.
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  • Administrator – Charles Bolden <br /> <br /> Here’s the overall NASA landscape, and it’s important to remember that NASA is really a very federated IT organization – the Mission Directorates and NASA Centers have a great deal of autonomy in their IT purchases. I’m going to discuss this in significantly more detail throughout the course of the presentation, but I do want to highlight the IT insertion points across NASA. First is NASA’s CIO, here at Headquarters in Washington, DC. Next we’ll discuss the Mission Directorates, whose leadership also sits here at Headquarters. Next, we’ll take a look at the NASA centers, focusing on four of them in particular, and also discuss NASA’s Shared Services Center. Lastly, I’ll talk about NASA’s major contractors and why it’s important to establish partnerships with them.
  • $17.72B FY14 request <br /> <br /> Note that $2.2B roughly what was actually spent on IT, suggesting an additional $800M in IT spending embedded at the mission level <br /> <br /> Low DME funding (civilian average is 20%), i3p contracts have leeway for innovative IT systems development that would take the place of DME <br /> <br /> Here’s an overview of NASA’s FY14 budget. The top figure you see, $17.6B, is the FY14 actual that NASA has to work with based off of the budget accord that was reached last month. This is about $120M less than what NASA requested in its FY14 budget, so there wasn’t too big of a drop in funding, although this could cause some delays in contracts being issues, but I would expect the budget accord to be a net positive in signaling that agencies won’t have to deal with sequestration this year or the next. Unfortunately we don’t have FY14 actuals for the IT budget request yet, so that figure is a little more tentative, but I wouldn’t expect that figure to fluctuate very much. A few additional things I’d like to call attention to on this slide – you might notice on the chart on the left that you can see tiny slivers of blue that represent DME funding – that’s development, modernization, and enhancement funding, which as you’ll recall represents new funding. This level of funding is very low compared to other civilian agencies which usually average around 20% of their IT budget being DME funding. Now part of the reason for this low a level of funding is because NASA’s I3P contracts, which I’ll discuss in a few more slides, actually have substantial provisions build in to their contracts that take the place of DME funding. And when we get to the Mission Directorates, it will become even more apparently why that level of funding is so low.

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