GovFlex is actively seeking independent experts and 1099 consultants with backgrounds supporting HHS and federal agencies issuing orders under the HHS IAAI shared services contract resulting from Solicitation # 19-233-SOL-00098.
Contractors who win the Department of Health and Human Services IAAI Multiple Award Contract will need experts to work on short term, rapid prototyping gigs. The average size of the prototyping gigs is expected to range from $300,000 to over $1,000,000.
Registration is FREE for independent experts and consultants, including consulting companies. In addition, consultants with a fully completed registration receive FREE access to GovFlex’s research tools and industry leading templates.
Government agencies and their contractors are seeking to put Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and BLOCKCHAIN-based technology to work in healthcare, human services, and national defense to cut costs, free up millions of labor hours for more critical tasks, and deliver better, faster services for taxpayers.
GovFlex.com is seeking independent consultants to support federal agency piloting, testing and implementation of innovative advanced technologies including, but not limited to, intelligent automation/artificial intelligence (e.g. blockchain/distributive ledger technology (DLT), micro-services, machine learning, natural language processing, robotic process automation, etc.) that are able to transform business processes and enhance mission delivery in the Federal Government.
Registration is FREE for independent experts and consultants, including consulting companies. Consultants with a fully completed registration receive free access to GovFlex’s research tools and industry leading templates.
GovFlex projects include the full range of pre and post-award contract activities. Registered experts and consultants are competitively selected for projects posted by our clients.
We are seeking proven talent covering the entire acquisition cycle from business development and proposal support to a full range of agency and program experts, technical and program management skills.
Proposals were due on February 8, 2019. Upon completion of evaluation, the HHS Program Support Center plans to award multiple contracts covering 10 functional areas.