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Brian Dunbar
Headquarters, Washington
(Phone: 202/358-0873)

Jerry Berg
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
(Phone: 256/544-0034)

Feb. 24, 2004
NASA Selects Accenture To Implement IFMP Software
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), Huntsville, Ala., has selected Accenture of Reston, Va., for a contract to provide support services for NASA's Integrated Financial Management Program (IFMP). Accenture will provide services to implement a suite of administrative systems for the Integrated Asset Management module of the IFMP.

The five-year, firm-fixed price contract has a minimum value of $12 million and a maximum value of $200 million. The volume of services NASA needs will determine the actual value within the contract range. The contract provides flexibility through its Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity provisions. Additional tasks under the contract may be required to include support in contract and human resources management.

The overall goal of the IFMP is to improve the financial, physical and human resources management process throughout NASA. The Integrated Asset Management module will allow NASA to better control and manage assets and programs in financial reporting, project management and physical inventory. NASA owns and manages a wide range of assets such as land, buildings, aircraft, spacecraft, computers, equipment, chemicals and supplies.

Accenture will provide services at NASA Headquarters and all 10 agency field centers. MSFC supports the implementation of new modules and hosts the Competency Center on behalf of the IFMP.


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