NIH finalizes on-ramp awards for CIO-SP3 8(a)

The National Institutes of Health has finalized dozens of companies as winners for the 8(a) portion of the on-ramp on NIH’s $20 billion CIO-SP3 Small Business contract for IT services.

That group of 81 awardees announced in a FedBizOpps notice Thursday joins four other winners whose positions were confirmed in December, the same time when NIH unveiled an additional list of 95 intended winners.


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Click here to see the full roster of 81 final winners. In the notice, NIH said all protests for the 8(a) on-ramp group have been cleared and the stop-work order has been rescinded.

One final step remains for NIH to complete the CIO-SP3 SB on-ramp process in that the agency is still evaluating proposals for the general small business category.

Last summer, NIH finalized awards for the HUBZone and service-disabled, veteran-owned categories.

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