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NIH Hands Down $500M in Marketing, Comm Services Awards to Small Firms

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a group of small business contracts worth $500 million combined to provide communication and marketing services to government agencies, according to Washington Technology.

The five-year contract contains one base year worth $100 million and four one-year options which, if exercised, would bring the total ceiling value to $500 million.

NIH will award task orders for media, communication and information dissemination services.

According to Washington Technology, awardees include:

  • A&T Systems Inc.
  • AFYA Inc
  • Betah Associates
  • Capital Consulting Corp.
  • Circle Solutions Inc.
  • CSR
  • ES International
  • Information Ventures Inc.
  • IQ Solutions
  • JBS International Inc.
  • J.R. Reingold and Associates Inc.
  • Kauffman and Associates Inc.
  • Lux Consulting
  • Palladian Partners Inc.
  • PSA Inc.
  • Scientific Consulting Group
  • Seamon Corp.

In May, an NIH office awarded several large contracting firms positions on a $20 billion information technology services vehicle after previously awarding a separate $20 billion IT vehicle to a group of small businesses.

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