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Active Awards
Award Date
Award Type
Business Category/Type
Change in Award Value
Completion Date
Congressional District
Contract/Mod Number
Contractor
Contractor Type
Current FY Obligations
Description of Work
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Total Obligations
Instrument Type
Place of Performance
Product/Service Code
NAICS Code
NASA Contractors
NASA Center
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
Number of Actions
Number of Contracts
TAS Code
Total Award Value
Total Obligations

***WARNING*** NUMBER OF CONTRACTORS RETURNED *** WARNING ***
When you submit a query, you will be told how many contracts were found. Viewing a large number of contractors will take a considerable amount of time to retrieve. You may click on the STOP button and go BACK to the Query screen to refine and SUBMIT your query again. It is strongly suggested that you limit your queries to a particular vendor or place other stringent constraints in order to limit the amount of data returned.

FISCAL YEAR
You may select the previous fiscal year which encompasses October 1st through September 30th or the current fiscal year which encompasses October 1st through the previous month end or as specified by the date on the screen.

ACTIVE AWARDS
All contracts, assistance awards, cooperative agreements or space act agreements and any purchase order with a value greater than $25k awarded or modified during a fiscal year. You may select the previous fiscal year which encompasses October 1st through September 30th or the current fiscal year which encompasses October 1st through the previous month end or as specified by the date on the screen.

NASA CONTRACTORS
Any vendor with an active award during the fiscal year with NASA. Awards include all contracts, assistance awards, cooperative agreements or space act agreements and any purchase orders with a value greater than $25k. You may enter "ALL" to retrieve all contractors or some characters in the contractor name within the box.

BUSINESS TYPE or CATEGORY
Click on the appropriate business type to make your selection. Only one selection is possible in this field. ALL is the default. The choices are:

CHANGE IN AWARD VALUE
The change in a specific action to the total contractual amount that the business or grantee and the Government have agreed upon including all deliverables and exercised options.

INSTRUMENT TYPE
Click on the appropriate type of award to make your selection. Only one selection is possible in this field. ALL is the default. The choices are:

TOTAL AWARD VALUE
On a query screen, click on the appropriate amount range to make your selection. Only one selection is possible in this field. ALL is the default.
The total contractual amount that the business or grantee and the Government have agreed upon including all deliverables and exercised options. NOTE: Contracts may contain future options, whose value will not be included in the Total Award Value unless and until they are exercised in writing by the contracting officer.

SPECIFIC PRODUCT OR SERVICE CODE
Categories of products or services that are produced or performed by the contractor(s) receiving the government award(s). Only one selection is possible in this field. ALL is the default.

SPECIFIC NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS) CODE
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS, pronounced Nakes) was developed under the direction and guidance of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as the standard for use by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the collection, tabulation, presentation, and analysis of statistical data describing the U.S. economy. Use of the standard provides uniformity and comparability in the presentation of these statistical data. NAICS is based on a production-oriented concept, meaning that it groups establishments into industries according to similarity in the processes used to produce goods or services. NAICS replaced the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system in 1997.
See the NAICS Code Table for a list of valid NAICS codes and the associated descriptions.

NUMBER OF ACTIONS
Number of base awards and modifications to a specific Contractor.

NUMBER OF CONTRACTS
Number of contracts for specific contractor.

FISCAL YEAR TOTAL OBLIGATIONS
The amount of money that the government has obligated, since award through the time period requested, to a specific contract for subsequent costing/payment for supplies or services accepted by the government.

CONTRACTOR
Any vendor with an active award during the fiscal year with NASA. Awards include all contracts, assistance awards, cooperative agreements or space act agreements and any purchase orders with a value greater than $25k.

CONTRACT NUMBER
The unique identification of a contract, assistance award, cooperative agreement or space act agreement and any purchase order with a value greater than $25k. The Modification Number will also appear in the detailed results of an Adhoc query or a MAP query.

NASA CENTER
On a query screen, the NASA center which administers the award instrument. You may select all NASA centers or a specific center to identify only those awards placed by that center. Only one selection is allowed.
In query results, the name of the NASA center responsible for the administration of the award instrument.

PLACE OF PERFORMANCE
The contractor Place Of Performance. The city and state where the contractor will perform the requirements of the contract.

AWARD DATE
Date of commitment to the contractor, i.e. date the contract is signed by the government.

COMPLETION DATE
The end date of the contract period of performance when all the work on the contract and all modifications thereto is scheduled for completion. Any unexercised options remaining on this contract are not reflected.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
A region within a state represented by a single member of the House of Representatives.

CONTRACTOR TYPE
Identifies an institution as business, nonprofit, or state/local government. The different types are as follows:

AWARD TYPE
Identifies the type of award in accordance with the basic contractual instruments provisions.

CURRENT FY OBLIGATIONS
The amount of money that the government has obligated during the current fiscal year to a specific contract for subsequent costing/payment for supplies or services accepted by the government.

TOTAL OBLIGATIONS
The amount of money that the government has obligated, since award through the time period requested, to a specific contract for subsequent costing/payment for supplies or services accepted by the government.

TAS CODE
The TAS is the grouping of three funding-related codes that are used in federal budgeting and financial processes. Specifically, the TAS consists of the two character Agency Identifier, four character Main Account code, and the three character Subaccount Code. Note that the Subaccount code is optional; TAS often exist with just the Agency Identifier and Main Account code. The fiscal year of the funds is not included in the TAS.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK
A brief description of the supplies and/or services; the contract, assistance award, cooperative agreement or space act agreement and any purchase order with a value greater than $25k awarded is to provide to the government.


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