WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner sent a letter to National Aeronautics and Space Administrator Charles F. Bolden, as well as a letter to Inspector General Paul K. Martin seeking answers on NASA’s contracting practices.

After awarding a $1.3 billion contract to update the NASA Integrated Communications Service (NICS), NASA’s full and open competition requirements have been called into question. In his letters, Congressman Sensenbrenner calls on Administrator Bolden and Inspector General Martin to address all concerns regarding transparency in awarding Agency contracts. 

See full letter to Administrator Charles F. Bolden here.

See full letter to Inspector General Paul K. Martin here.