NIH IT Office Awards Small Firms $20B Govt-Wide Contract Spots

Ten small businesses have won positions on a potential $20 billion information technology support contract with a National Institutes of Health office.

NIH’s IT Acquisition and Assessment Center said the governmentwide contract vehicle has 10 years and all awards went to service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses.

Chief Information Officers Solutions and Partners III awardees include:

  • Cambridge International Systems
  • DV United
  • Evoke Research & Consulting LLC
  • Focused Management Inc.
  • HMS Technologies Inc.
  • LongView International Technology Solutions Inc.
  • A Strategic Collaborative Solutions LLC joint venture
  • Systems Made Simple
  • Technatomy Corp.
  • TISTA Science and Technology Corp.

Companies will compete for task orders to provide IT services for CIO support, integration, imaging, outsourcing and operations and maintenance.

NITAAC said it will issue more awards under the HUBZone and general small business socio-economic categories.

Awardees of a full-and-open competition for CIO-SP3 awards will also be announced in the future.

In early January, NIH awarded SRA International Inc. a $60 million contract to provide IT desk services and training for the National Library of Medicine’s center.

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