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AMA is seeking qualified firms to meet general and project-specific requirements under contracts with NASA.  Although all potential subcontractors are invited to register and qualify with AMA (see Step 1 below), AMA only accepts proposals that are submitted in response to a formal Request for Quote (RFQ) from an authorized AMA contracts manager. The RFQ will include a Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL), and applicable security requirements.


TEAMS 3 Subcontractors

These web pages are designed to help TEAMS 3 Subcontractors prepare and submit a proposal to AMA. If you wish to propose to be a subcontractor on a different AMA contract, contact the AMA contracts manager at

Complying with the information on these pages ensures that your proposal will meet AMA's requirements and can be evaluated quickly and fairly, and that a contract can be awarded to the successful offeror with minimal delay.

These pages provide the following information:

  • General Information: Things you need to be aware of before you begin your proposal. This page includes important information about restrictive markings, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) and non-U.S. citizen restrictions, contract deliverables, government property, Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) and working at NASA.

  • Proposal preparation instructions. There are four steps you must follow to submit a proposal to AMA:

  • Proposal Evaluation: How AMA will evaluate your proposal

  • Templates and Forms: Model contract documents that will be tailored for specific procurements or subcontracts, and documents and spreadsheets that will help you prepare your proposal. You are encouraged to review the model contract documents and indicate any exceptions when you submit your proposal.

  • Useful Links: Links to other sites that can help you prepare your proposal

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