Included here are updates for any activity related to the recent on-ramp awards for CIO-SP3 SB.
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Both challenges filed shortly after the list of the final 16 HUBZone awardees were finalized and released for this important $20B GWAC have been dismissed.
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.
Looking to leverage his past experience leading a Portfolio of cloud and infrastructure programs with more than 400 staff providing services to federal health customers, to include leading the VDC Prime Cloud Computing Services effort in support of CMS, this woman-owned SDVOSB and new CIO-SP3 SB Prime has added...
This article details the opportunity and competitive landscape surrounding the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)’s anticipated re-compete of the CRMS contract.
The recent GAO decision related to a protest of an NIH IT Support Services task further highlights the challenge vendors face when protesting tasks under an IDIQ. The article included here does a good job offering a synopsis of the decision.
** Update 10.29.17 “This is a pre-award bid protest by FreeAlliance.com, LLC (“FreeAlliance”) of its exclusion from further consideration by the National Institute of Health (“NIH”) under request for proposals no. NIHJT2016015 (“RFP”). NIH excluded
“Currently, federal analysts in ACF/OCSE provide technical assistance through a number of vehicles. This includes conducting various types of reviews of the states’ and tribes’ automation projects described below: Review documentation related to project planning