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CIO-SP3 is a 10-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded in June 2012 for commercial and non-commercial IT software and services.
NITAAC's CIO-SP4 appears to be a not-so-subtle endorsement of the joint venture teaming arrangement that is one of the focal points of the SBA’s Mentor-Protege Program.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Pentagon is giving other cloud service providers a chance to participate in new contract after it cancelled the JEDI Cloud project.
Federal News Network’s Jason Miller discussed the latest trends and opportunities under CIO-SP3 Small Business with Brian Goodger and Ricky Clark.
CIO-CS is a 10-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded in 2015 IT commodities deployed using on-premise and managed services models.
The governmentwide strategic solutions (GSS) for laptops, desktops and accessories under the category management initiative is a catalog of desktop and laptop configurations that meet OMB's standard specifications.
Through the assisted acquisitions services, NITAAC helps agencies with everything from acquisition planning and strategy to assessment and analysis of a statement of work.
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 State Department makes a big policy change to passports. All federal fighters will likely make no less than $15 dollars an hour. And Guantanamo Bay is on the chopping block — again.
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.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs' inspector general said the agency initially underestimated the costs of physical infrastructure upgrades needed to support its new electronic health record.
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.