NIH names first group to CIO-SP3 Small Business on ramp
- By Ross Wilkers
- Feb 28, 2018
Forty companies have been qualified by the National Institutes of Health as potential winners of the first on ramp for the $20 billion NIH CIO-SP3 Small Business contract for IT integration and outsourcing support.
NIH released a pre-award notice listing the companies. They now have to clear any challenges to whether they actually are small businesses before the awards are finalized. Challengers have until March 5 to file their objections.
The pre-award notice posted on FedBizOpps Tuesday lists those determined to have submitted the best offers for the contract’s service-disabled, veteran-owned small business group.
NIH’s IT Acquisition and Assessment Center is still evaluating bids from the general small business, 8(a) small business and HUBZone groups.
The contract covers IT services on medical equipment and other healthcare technology systems, support for the chief information officer, imaging and outsourcing support, operations and maintenance, integration, IT infrastructure protection, digital government and software development.
Pending protests and small business size challenges, the 40 chosen for the on-ramp are:
- Advanced Systems Design
- American Veteran Solutions
- Cognitive Medical System
- Colossal Contracting
- DirectViz Solutions
- E and I Solutions
- Enterprise Resource Performance
- Evanhoe and Associates
- Executech Strategic Consulting
- Favor TechConsulting
- Foxhole Tech
- Genesis Concepts and Consultants
- GTangible Corporation
- Halfaker and Associates
- Innovative Management Concepts
- IntePros Federal Incorporated
- JHC Technology
- Mission1st Group
- Nelson Enterprise Technology Services
- Nester Consulting
- People Technology and Processes
- Phoenix Data Security
- Platinum Business Services
- PL Technology Solutions
- Quantum Technology Group
- Right Directions
- Rivera Group
- Strategic Operational Solutions
- Systems Engineering Solutions
- Titania Solutions Group
- Veterans EZ Info
- Zermount Consulting
Ross Wilkers is a senior staff writer for Washington Technology. He can be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter: @rosswilkers. Also connect with him on LinkedIn.