NIH Issues Award Notification for 8(a) Group of $20B On-Ramp CIO-SP3 Small Business GWAC

The National Institutes of Health has released a list of awardees on the Section 8(a) track of a potential four-year, $20B governmentwide acquisition contract for information technology and health IT support services.

A FedBizOpps notice published Wednesday says there are four confirmed 8(a) awardees on the on-ramp Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business vehicle.

Those companies are Apogee-SAIC Capabilities Integrator, Cloud Nine Technologies, Strategic Operational Solutions and Synergy Business Innovation and Solutions.

Work will kick off on Dec. 24 and run through June 26, 2022.

NIH selected 95 more firms for the 8(a) group of CIO-SP3 SB but has yet to officially award the contract, “pending eligibility determinations from the Small Business Administration,” according to the notice.

Click here to view the provisional list of awardees.

NIH awarded 38 companies spots on CIO-SP3 SB’s service-disabled, veteran-owned small business group in March and is still in the process of reviewing proposals for the contract’s general small business portion.

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