AIDS research data

The Health and Human Services Department seeks a contractor to operate and maintain the biological data processing system for its Developmental Therapeutics Program, Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis at the National Cancer Institute. The program is responsible for discovering and developing chemical and biological agents with potential use in the treatment of cancer and AIDS.

Vendors should be experienced in software development for complex biological and chemical databases and in biological and chemical application development. One contract will be awarded by Feb. 1, 2005, for three years with two one-year options. Responses are due June 14. Contact Carolyn Barker at cb123d@nih.gov.

 

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