Cambridge wins CIO-SP3 GWAC contract

Chief Information Officer Solutions & Partners 3 Government Wide Acquisition Contract

Cambridge announced the award of Chief Information Officer Solutions & Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC), under the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) classification, by the National Institute of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC).

This contract is a ten-year, $20 Billion, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a Period of Performance through 2022. All Federal agencies are immediately eligible to place task orders against the IDIQ for their IT requirements. This GWAC supports all contract types, including hybrid, with negotiated discounts available at the task order level and streamlined ordering procedures based on FAR Part 16.

CIO-SP3 offers Federal Agencies an acquisition mechanism for quickly ordering required IT solutions and services at reasonable prices and delivery from highly competent industry providers. By providing a Small Business ID/IQ with a significant funding ceiling and a strong set of small business teams ready to support Federal Agencies, NITACC provides Federal Agencies an affordable and agile acquisition path to help meet their socio-economic contracting goals. The government ordering process is streamlined e-ordering with built-in regulatory guidance. Federal Agencies can submit RFPs, RFQs or RFI’s in 10 minutes or less to the online ordering systems with awarded task orders in 30 days or less; delivery orders in 1-3 days and 24-hour turnaround on SOWs.

Cambridge, as a prime contractor on CIO-SP3, will provide technical assistance services to support the full range of IT solutions and health IT needs across the Federal Government. These services include IT support services in the following task areas: IT Services for Biomedical Research, Health Sciences, and Healthcare; Outsourcing; Operations and Maintenance; Integration; and, Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance.

The Cambridge initial CIO-SP3 team includes: Accelerated Solutions Inc., Advantech, Argo Systems, Applied Communication Sciences, Capital Novus, AT&T, DataNet Systems, Gould Health Systems, InCadence Strategic Solutions, Microlink LLC, Moya Technologies, Management System Services, Net America LLC, SIDUS, TAIC, Technology Advancement Group, TekSystems, and WebMD.

”This vehicle represents an important opportunity for our Company to provide direct support for Federal Agencies.” said Cambridge CEO Dr. Kim Harokopus, “To provide this support, Cambridge has readied a strong team to bid and deliver cost-effective, high-quality services and solutions for a wide range of Federal Agencies across multiple IT task areas. As an industry partner to NITACC, though the use of this unique IDIQ GWAC contract vehicle, we look forward to a decade of successful, cost-effective strong performance for Federal Government customers.”

To learn more about CIO SP3 ordering please visit www.cbridgeinc.com/nitaac-cio-sp3-sb-sdvo-and-wo.

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