A recent change to the CIO-SP4 solicitation is forcing many small firms to change their bidding strategy at the last minute, leading to calls for NITAAC to pause the entire effort.
The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition Assessment Center (NITAAC) runs three government-wide acquisition contracts, is one of three providers of governmentwide strategic solutions (GSS) for laptops, desktops and accessories under the category management…
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CIO-SP4 is the fourth version of the IT software and services Governmentwide Acquisition Contract.
Industry experts are calling on NITAAC to rescind the solicitation and address several inconsistencies.
The National Institutes of Health Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) made changes to the CIO-SP4 solicitation last week that is causing major concerns among bidders.
A last-minute modification to the request for proposals for a signature governmentwide acquisition contract has left industry a little shellshocked.
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Brian Goodger, the program manager for CIO-SP4 and acting director of NITAAC, said the final solicitation for the health IT services governmentwide acquisition contract should be out mid-to-late March.
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