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NASA runs into issues with a $2.5 billion IT contact, agency's IG finds

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A new NASA information technology program worth $2.5 billion has "significant problems," the agency's inspector general has found. According to the new report, NASA awarded Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services a contract worth $2.5 billion three years ago to provide agency employees with "desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices, printers, and other computing equipment" as well as staffing a...

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