16 HUBZone awardees announced for $20B CIO-SP3 On-Ramp

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Added August 3, 2018

“The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) is pleased to announce the award of the CIO-SP3 SB contracts under the subject solicitation for the Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) group.”

The complete list of expected awardees is as follows:

Analytica, LLC

Centerpoint, Inc.

CompQsoft, Inc

Delmock Technologies, Inc

Enlightened, Inc

Ideal System Solutions, Inc.

Index Analytics, LLC

MASAI Technologies Corporation

Paradyme Management , Inc.

RELI Group, Inc

RightDirection Technology Solutions, LLC

SD Solutions, LLC

SoftDev Incorporated

Valiant Solutions, LLC

Williams Consulting

Zip Zap IT Solutions, LLC

 

G2X TAKE: A little less than two months after announcing a list of 20 apparent successful offerors who made the cut for the Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) portion of the $20B CIO-SP3 SB On-Ramp, comes word that NITAAC has made 16 of the Prime contract awards final.

The full announcement can be found here, with the list of awardees provided above. A few of the more prominent Federal Health players are highlighted. The performance period for these contracts is from August 01, 2018 through October 31, 2022.

Will there be protests? If it is going to be challenged, you can expect to see those actions take place in the next week or two as the award is now final.

Any word on 8(a) and Small Business tracks? NITAAC specifically noted that evaluation for the Section 8(a) group, and the general small business group is still ongoing, and no source selection determinations have yet been made for those categories. Only one protest remains open on the CIO-SP3 SB track. As NITAAC is able to clear issues on the SDVOSB and HUBZone tracks and get beyond the fiscal year end rush, we would expect them to have the capacity necessary to tackle any other groups.  


Added June 13, 2018

G2X TAKE: NITAAC has released the names of 20 ‘apparent successful offerors’ who have made the cut for the Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) portion of the $20B CIO-SP3 SB On-Ramp, with several emerging Federal Health firms getting the nod. (The official announcement can be found here.).

What does ‘apparent successful offeror’ mean? Barring any challenges, these firms are expected to receive a contract award, with this notification providing the opportunity for any interested party to call these firms’ HUBZone size status into question.

The complete list of expected awardees is as follows:

Analytica, LLC

Centerpoint, Inc.

CompQsoft, Inc

Delmock Technologies, Inc

Enlightened, Inc

FWG Solutions

GovernmentCIO

Ideal System Solutions, Inc.

Index Analytics, LLC

MASAI Technologies Corporation

Paradyme Management , Inc.

RELI Group, Inc

RightDirection Technology Solutions, LLC

SD Solutions, LLC

SoftDev Incorporated

T-Rex Consulting Corporation

Valiant Solutions, LLC

VariQ-CV JV

Williams Consulting

Zip Zap IT Solutions, LLC

How does this impact the Federal Health competitive landscape? While CIO-SP3 SB is a Government-wide contract, a large percentage of the competitions that move through this NIH-run vehicle are Federal Health related. At first glance, we have specifically highlighted a few of the firms above who will be well known to many in this sector based on their Federal Health footprint. Armed with a new vehicle and way to limit competition, these will be popular teaming partners and competitors to keep an eye on.

Will this be protested? That is hard to say, but based on how the SDVOSB competition has gone, it would be surprising if there wasn’t a protest. What we do know is that NITAAC will have learned a great deal through their early protest struggles and should be better positioned to fend off challenges that related to the award process and evaluation.

Note: Per the announcement, the “Section 8(a) group and the general small business group” evaluation “is still ongoing, and no source selection determinations have yet been made for those categories.”

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