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38 Firms Win Spots on $20B NIH CIO-SP3 Small Business GWAC

The National Institutes of Health has awarded 38 companies positions on the small business track of a potential $20 billion governmentwide acquisition contract vehicle for information technology support services.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Saturday says the NIH’s health information technology acquisition and assessment center awarded the Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business vehicle as a set-aside program for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses.

Work commenced Monday, April 2, and will run through Oct. 31, 2022.

NITAAC is still reviewing offers from general small business, Historically Underutilized Business Zone and Section 8(a) groups for the CIO-SP3 Small Business GWAC that covers task areas such as IT services for health sciences, healthcare and biomedical research, CIO support, imaging, outsourcing, integration, software development and digital government.

The awardees are:

  • AbleVets
  • Advanced Systems Design
  • American Veteran Solutions
  • AVER
  • Cognitive Medical System
  • Colossal Contracting
  • DirectViz Solutions
  • E and I Solutions
  • Enterprise Resource Performance
  • Evanhoe and Associates
  • Executech Strategic Consulting
  • Favor TechConsulting
  • Foxhole Tech
  • Genesis Concepts and Consultants
  • gTangible
  • Halfaker and Associates
  • Heartland-Energetics
  • Innovative Management Concepts
  • IntePros Federal
  • ISSTSPi
  • JHC Technology
  • KCI-Acuity
  • MicroHealth
  • Mission1st Group
  • Nelson Enterprise Technology Services
  • Nester Consulting
  • People Technology and Processes
  • PL Technology Solutions
  • Platinum Business Services
  • QualX
  • Quantum Technology Group
  • Right Directions
  • Rivera Group
  • Systems Engineering Solutions
  • TechWerks
  • Titania Solutions Group
  • Veterans EZ Info
  • Zermount Consulting

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