​RFI: NIH NLM OCCS Application Development and Infrastructure Support

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Platform Support for the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) Office of Computer and Communications Systems (OCCS)

This task is “for software development, system and database administration, application Security and network security, subject matter expertise, and other related continuing and recurring support. Contractor support is required for the continued growth and evolution of the OCCS activities in application development, medical vocabularies control processing, information systems, infrastructure support, security, and information dissemination…

Personnel for the anticipated work shall include, but are not limited to, Software Developers, System Engineers, Researchers, System Administrators, Web Developers, Database Administrators, Data Analysts, and other categories as suggested by the Contractor…"

Response Due: Friday, February 24, 2017 11:00 AM

G2X TAKE: This upcoming three-year task is to provide staff to support development, programming, and maintenance of the National Library of Medicine’s Office of Computer and Communications Systems (OCCS) projects and initiatives.

Looking to partner? A few companies with past performance and/or relationships with this organization include MSC, NETE, Quotient, Xcelerate Solutions and DSFederal, with larger firms such as Aquilent/Booz Allen, Lockheed/Leidos and incumbent CSRA serving as high-value partners. Should you be on this list? Let us know at admin@g2xchange.com

Given the quick turn it would not be surprising to see this flipped to CIO-SP3 as NITAAC has done this in the past. What we do know for sure is that Ivor D'Souza and his staff will be busy fielding calls from firm trying to influence the direction in the weeks ahead. 

This was released on CIO-SP3 SB. A copy of the SOW is included in the comment thread below.



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