NIH kicks off A-76 study

The National Institutes of Health is beginning an A-76 study of its information technology voucher examiners. The study will determine if those jobs should be competed with the private sector. NIH has five people serving as billing examiners.

The agency expects to announce its decision by May 22. Ed Sontag, assistant secretary for administration and management, at the Health and Human Services Department is the competitive sourcing official.


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