NIH Seeks Proposals for Follow-On Business, Professional Services Contract

NIH Seeks Proposals for Follow-On Business, Professional Services Contract

The National Institutes of Health has issued a solicitation for the third iteration of the potential $49M NIH Business and Professional Support Services contract vehicle.

A notice posted Thursday says NIHBPSS III is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract that will support the NIH and other agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services across eight task areas.

Those task areas are financial analysis, business solutions and acquisition lifecycle support; business process improvement and organizational assessment; communication and training; program planning and management services; policy development, implementation and administration; system integration work; center of excellence support; and human resources solutions.

The NIHBPSS III acquisition vehicle will have a one-year base term and one option year and is expected to be awarded by Jan. 14, 2021, according to the request for proposals.

Responses to the RFP are due Dec. 2.

NIH awarded 14 companies spots on the NIHBPSS II vehicle in January 2019.

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