The latest word out of the National Institutes of Health is that the agency plans to switch things up a bit, with the RFP for the recompete of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) IT services contract being moved from unrestricted to a total small business set-aside action.   

The solicitation for this recompete is expected to be released in early April on GSA MAS. 

The incumbent is GDIT. The total Contract Value and Spend to date can be found here (75N92019F00193) The scope is known to include program and project management, collaborative technologies, desktop support, infrastructure operations, and scientific systems administration. 

This is a big win for small business.  

Potential Key Points of Contact (Current or Past) 

Looking to Partner? Last month, OS AI spotlighted some of the National Institutes of Health focusedlarge and small businesses which were the most viewed profiles on the OrangeSlices partner platform of late and that you should be getting to know as you prepare for the year ahead. These small and large businesses are winning, growing, and driving some of the key missions of Federal agencies, and are among those to watch as you consider potential vendors, partners, and employers, in the months and years ahead.   

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We cannot and will not speculate here as to the reasons for the increased interest, but whether it is a company evaluating them as a potential partner; a federal acquisition leader doing their due diligence; or a consultant weighing their next job move, this group of companies has been receiving increased interest.            



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