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The Web Enterprise Service Technologies contract provides public Web site hosting, Web 

content management and integration, and search services. GSFC and ARC host these services.  

 

The Agency Consolidated End-User Services contract provides program management, 

provisioning, and support of desktops, laptops, cell phones, personal digital assistants, office 

automation software, and video conferencing. NSSC hosts these services. 

 

The Networx Telecommunications Circuits contract provides telecommunication services 

including, tele-conferencing services, core circuit services, mission network services, and 

regional circuit services hosted at MSFC. 

 

I3P’s consolidated contracting approach benefits NASA by providing cost saving opportunities, such as 

the reduction in administrative burden involved with the business management of contracts and a 

significant reduction in procurement request transaction volume. Other I3P benefits include the 

streamlining budgeting, funding, and costing of I3P services; achieving transparency through the 

provision of detailed customer monthly billings; and providing consolidated, consistent reporting of 

Agency-wide consumption of I3P-related goods and services. 

I3P is unique in that revenue streams and expenditures are limited to contract costs for its five service 

contracts. Revenue streams include funding from the NASA Centers, NASA Mission Directorates, and 

various NASA mission support offices. As reflected in the FY 2019 anticipated funding level, the I3P 

WCF will continue to offer similar services as in FY 2018. 

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NCCIPS is a federal shared services data center (as defined by the Uptime Institute) designed for sensitive 

and secure processing and storage.  NCCIPS is a 200,000 sq. ft. secure data center facility on a 64 acre 

campus within the Stennis Space Center.  NCCIPS offers federal customers collocation services from a 

state-of-the-art data center. NCCIPS offers 24x7x365 availability at a Tier III level, with complete 

redundancy in the electrical distribution system from the national grid to the rack level.  

NCCIPS provides the following infrastructure/services: 

 

Four Layer Security – Buffer Zone/perimeter fencing, armed security at all gates, roving guards, 

and NCCIPS Guards (Internal NCCIPS Security Systems)  

  Two separate National Power Grid feeds to SSC and three separate power feeds available to 

NCCIPS 

 

Power infrastructure is fully redundant from National Power Grid down to the racks on the floor 

 

Expert IT staff with a proven track record of uninterrupted service 

 

24x7 facility operations staff monitoring 

 

Tier III redundant (N + 1) power from two national grids with diesel generator backup 

 

Robust network infrastructure with multiple, discreet communication paths 

 

FE-25 clean agent fire suppression 

 

The NASA WCF provides NASA with a mechanism to collect amounts sufficient to finance continuing 

operations, acquire capital assets, and adjust for prior year results of operations, in addition to normal 

operating expense recovery at NCCIPS.  NCCIPS WCF benefits NASA and its customers by: 

 

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Enabling funds to be collected over time and (once earned) used for new equipment and 

technology; 



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Allowing the NSSC to incorporate a level equipment replacement, maintenance and technology 

refresh cost into client rates;  

 

Helping to normalize rates charged to NCCIPS clients from year to year, as the need for facility 

repairs, infrastructure upgrades, and routine equipment maintenance increases, thus enabling 

NCCIPS clients to maintain their appropriation funding without incurring potentially large 

unplanned expenses; 

  Facilitating NCCIPS business opportunities for new clients; and  

 

Reducing the probability of hardware failure within the NCCIPS operational environment. 

 

NCCIPS’ revenue streams include funding from the NASA SSC and NSSC Centers and External Federal 

Agencies such as Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Navy Department of Defense 

Supercomputing Resource Center (NDSRC), Government Services Administration (GSA), Department of 

Transportation Maritime(DOT-MARAD), Department of Transportation OCIO (DOT-OCIO) and 

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). During FY 2019, NCCIPS will continue to offer 

similar services as in FY 2018 with no significant scope changes anticipated.   

Supporting Data 

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*Totals may not add due to rounding  NOTE: The table only reflects the FY 2019 request and does not include remaining funding from previous direct or  supplemental appropriations.   

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94

      


296

    


249

    


109

  

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869


    

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1,968

   

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3

         

3

         

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17

       

-

        

- 28

         

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11.9 331      95        301      253      111    -    915      -          24    2,030    

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107

    


31

      


96

       


79

       


34

    


-

  

278

    

-

        

9

    


634

       


13

-

     

-

     


-

     


-

     


-

   


-

  

1

         

-

        

1

           

438

    

126

    

397

    

332

    

145

  

-

  

1,194

 

-

        

33

  

2,665

   

21

15

       

10

      

12

       


24

       


5

       


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22

       

-

        

1

    


89

         

22

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2

         

1,362

  5

         

-

   

-

  

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- 1,372

   


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7

         

-

        

7

           

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8

         

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22

       

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- 33

         

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59

       

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473


    

31

      

77

       


80

       


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263

    

26

          

- 970

       


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49

       

44

      


116

    


93

       


39

    


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245

    

14

          

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603

       


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246

    


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16

          

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 650

    


2,319

 4,196


 279

  

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175


    

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212

    


105

    


31

    


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405

    

17

          

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17

       


27

       


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232


        

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70

      

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731

    


32

    


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- 942

       


Other Object Classes

4,121

 877

    

4,228

 5,563

 489

  

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1,556

 388

        

6

    

17,228

 

NASA Total, Direct

4,559

 1,003

 4,625

 5,895

 634

  

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2,750

 388

        

39

  

19,892

 

Grants, subsidies, & contributions

Land & structures

Equipment

Supplies & materials

Operation & maintenance of equipment

Medical care

Research & development contracts

Operation & maintenance. of facilities

Other purchases of goods & services from 

Government accounts

Other services

Advisory & assistance services

Printing & reproduction

Communications, utilities & misc.

Rental payments to others

Rental payments to GSA

Transportation of things

Travel & transport. of persons

Total Personnel Compensation & Benefits

Benefits to former personnel

Civilian personnel benefits

FY 2019 Estimated Direct Discretionary Obligations 

Subtotal Personnel Compensation

Other personnel compensation

Other than full-time permanent

Object Class

Full-time permanent

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The table below displays actual and estimated unobligated balances of direct and reimbursable budget 

authority in each NASA account at the end of each fiscal year. The data is non-comparable, or based 

solely on an appropriation account’s activity or projected activity with no adjustment to the FY 2017 or 

FY 2018 amounts to make them comparable to the budget structure underlying the FY 2019 request. 

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Budget Authority ($ millions) 

Unobligated Balances 

Sept. 30, 2017 

Estimated 

Unobligated Balances 

Sept. 30, 2018 

Estimated 

Unobligated Balances 

Sept. 30, 2019 

Deep Space Exploration Systems 

81 

187 


293 

Exploration Research and Technology 

42 

42 


42 

LEO and Spaceflight Operations 

91 

449 


557 

Science 298 

361 

421 


Aeronautics 12 

12 


12 

Safety, Security, and Mission Services 

451 

499 


547 

Construction and Environmental Compliance and 

Restoration 

147 209 271 

Office of Inspector General 

39 


40 

41 


Total NASA 

   

1,161  

   

1,799  

   

2,184  

*Totals may not add due to rounding 

NOTE: Table does not include estimated unobligated balances for supplemental appropriations.

 

 


Supporting Data 

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Reimbursable agreements are agreements where the NASA costs associated with the undertaking are 

borne by the non-NASA partner. NASA undertakes reimbursable agreements when it has equipment, 

facilities, and services that it can make available to others in a manner that does not interfere with 

NASA mission requirements. As most reimbursable requests to NASA do not occur until the year of 

execution, the FY 2018 to FY 2019 estimates are based on an annual survey of Centers’ anticipated 

reimbursable agreements. NASA separately budgets for and executes the four categories of 

reimbursable agreements listed below. Within the non-EUL amounts, reimbursable agreements are 

used for a range of activities; for example, use of NASA operated wind tunnel test facilities or rocket 

test stand facilities by other government agencies and private sector users.  NASA also serves as the 

acquisition agent for NOAA’s GOES series of satellites, under a reimbursable agreement between the 

two agencies.  Reimbursable agreements are managed by each individual program offices: 

Aeronautics, Exploration, Space Operations, Science, Space Technology, and Education at the NASA 

centers under Safety, Security, Mission Services (SSMS) fund appropriation for reimbursable 

agreement authorities: Space Act, Economy Act, Commercial Space Launch Act, and Commercial 

Space Competitiveness Act. Supporting data for Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL) and National Historic 

Preservation Act (NHPA) is provided in the respective sections below. 

 

 

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($ millions) 

Actual 

Request 


Estimate 

FY 2017 

FY 2018 

FY 2019 

Safety, Security, and Mission Services (non-EUL) 

  

2,485.1  

  

2,777.6  

  

2,009.5  

Aeronautics     105.3      121.5      98.9   Safety, Security, Mission Services     52.5      10.3           8.5   Exploration     151.7      181.0      160.1   Space Operations     252.1      400.3      320.0   Science     1,922.6      1,513.3      1,190.7   Space Technology          0.9      551.2      231.3  

Safety, Security, and Mission Services (EUL) 

  

16.7  


  

17.8  


  

19.1  


Safety, Security, and Mission Services (NHPA) 

  

13.9  

  

20.2  


  

22.8  


Office of Inspector General 

  

1.0  

  

1.5  


  

1.5  



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