One more company joins $3.6B NIH research contract
One more company has joined a potential five-year, $3.6 billion contract to help the National Institutes of Health carry out current and new biomedical research projects.
22nd Century Technologies becomes the fifth awardee to date on the vehicle seeking program implementation support from industry, NIH said in an award notice Thursday.
Axle Informatics, GAP Solutions and Medical Science & Computing are the newcomers for this contract with incumbent Kelly Services also continuing to work on the effort. Those four won their positions in April with 17 total bids submitted for the contract.
The Scientific, Operations and Administrative Resources contract covers assistance in experiments, data organization, report writing, scientific IT efforts and communications.