IRS wants auditing help

The IRS wants a contractor to provide off-the-shelf, PC-based actuarial software and technical support for its large and midsize business division. The contractor will assist with audits of life insurance companies. Services will include annual software maintenance, technical support services, help-desk support, professional actuarial services and training. The contract will be for one year with four one-year optional renewal periods. The procurement is a small business set-aside. Responses are due by Jan. 21. Contact Nicolete Veno at nicolete.c.veno@irs.gov.

 

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