The National Institutes of Health has awarded 16 companies spots on the historically underutilized business zone portion of a potential $20 billion governmentwide acquisition contract vehicle for information technology support services.
A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday says the NIH’s IT acquisition and assessment center made the HUBZone on-ramp awards through the Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business GWAC vehicle.
NITAAC is still in the proposal review stage for the general small business and Section 8(a) categories of the CIO-SP3 SB contract that seeks to support the federal government’s health IT and other technology requirements.
Work on the track kicked off Wednesday, Aug. 1, and will run through Oct. 31, 2022.
The awardees are:
- Delmock Technologies
- Ideal System Solutions
- Index Analytics
- MASAI Technologies
- Paradyme Management
- RELI Group
- RightDirection Technology Solutions
- SD Solutions
- Valiant Solutions
- Williams Consulting
- Zip Zap IT Solutions
The latest award came four months after NIH selected 38 firms for the CIO-SP3 SB contract’s service-disabled, veteran-owned small business track.