GovFlex is actively seeking government contractors, independent experts and 1099 freelance consultants with backgrounds supporting NIH programs and/or related support contracting requirements. CIO-SP4 is estimated to be a $40 Billion requirement covering 15 years (10 year base and up to 5 additional years of task order performance) of professional IT, health, biomedical and general services.
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NIH projects for CIO-SP4 may include a wide range of general requirements. Specific details will be provided under each task order. Ten task areas constitute the technical scope of the contract:
- Task Area 1: IT Services for Biomedical Research, Health Sciences, and Healthcare
- Task Area 2: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support
- Task Area 3: Digital Media
- Task Area 4: Outsourcing
- Task Area 5: IT Operations and Maintenance
- Task Area 6: Integration Services
- Task Area 7: Cyber Security
- Task Area 8: Digital Government and Cloud Services
- Task Area 9: Enterprise Resource Planning
- Task Area 10: Software Development
The GovFlex 1099 independent expert and consultant platform provides thousands of the best available resources for professional support for the entire acquisition cycle including the talent needed to compete, win and deliver results in the task areas identified in the NIH requirement.
The GovFlex talent registry includes experienced government sector capture, business development, proposal support, price-to-win, color team review, technical specialists and subject matter experts for both PRE-AWARD services and POST-AWARD task order support and/or service delivery.
NIH has issued a draft RFP with a request for comments due by May 15, 2020. Now is the time to do the necessary advance work, analyze alternatives, seek the advice of the best talent and build teams in advance of a projected official solicitation slated for release in December, 2020.
GovFlex provides a virtual platform for contractors to post projects and find the experienced professionals with the insight and skill sets needed to round out your teams.
For additional information please see Katie Malone’s April 14th, 2020 article entitled “NIH Preps for $40 Billion General IT Services Proposals at meritalk.com:
For access to the NIH draft request at beta.sam.gov please see: