NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is the United States government agency responsible for the nation’s civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research. It is NASA policy to prepare an annual Consolidated Acquisition Forecast for each fiscal year. NASA’s Consolidated Acquisition Forecast, also known as the “Opportunities for Partnerships” list, provides information on upcoming procurement opportunities for industry partners. The forecast consolidates anticipated procurements (in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold) at each NASA center with the aim of increasing industries’ advance knowledge of NASA requirements and to enhance competition.
The Consolidated Acquisition Forecast is an important tool for companies looking to do business with NASA. It provides detailed information on the agency’s planned acquisitions, including contract types, procurement mechanisms, and estimated release dates. This allows companies to plan and prepare for upcoming opportunities, and to identify areas where they may be able to offer their services to NASA.
One of the key features of the Consolidated Acquisition Forecast is that it is updated regularly, with new opportunities added and old ones removed as the agency’s needs change. This means that companies can rely on the forecast to provide accurate and up-to-date information on NASA’s planned acquisitions.
To view the NASA’s current acquisition forecast, visit this webpage: Agency-Wide Acquisition Forecast.