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NIH Adds 22nd Century Technologies to $3.6B Biomedical Research Support Contract

The National Institutes of Health has added 22nd Century Technologies as an awardee on a multiple-award, $3.6 billion contract for support services to the agency’s biomedical research program, according to a notice posted on SAM.gov.

Five companies now hold positions on the five-year, indefinite-quantity/indefinite-delivery Scientific, Operations and Administrative Resources contract.

NIH initially selected Axle Informatics, GAP Solutions, Kelly Services and Medical Science & Computing in April to compete task orders through the SOAR program.

Work covers clinical, basic and translational research; professional administrative support to studies involving human, non-human and non-living subjects; and facility operations, maintenance, engineering and architecture services.

Tasks will primarily take place in the Rockville-Bethesda, Maryland area, with potential requirements at other locations within North America.

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