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NIH Selects 3 Companies for $150M National Cancer Institute Computing Support IDIQ

ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI), Information Management Services and Westat have secured positions on a five-year, $149.9 million contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide computer-related support services to the government’s principal cancer research organization.

The agency named the three awardees for the Biomedical Computing, Analytic and Data Management Services contract in a notice posted Monday on SAM.gov.

A prior solicitation notice stated that the multiple-award, indefinite-quantity/indefinite-delivery contract is made up of 11 task areas meant to address computing areas at the National Cancer Institute.

The task areas are:

  • Project management/core services
  • Data management
  • Computer programming
  • Computing infrastructure services
  • Website development
  • Systems design and development
  • Reports and manuscripts preparation
  • Management of NCI data
  • Evaluation of NCI data and projects
  • Technical and administrative support
  • Statistical methodology and program support
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