National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business Government-wide acquisition contract

This contract can be used by any U.S. Government agency, including the U.S. Department of Defense, to fulfill a broad range of IT requirements. In an April 2012 directive, the Navy identified CIO-SP3 as a preferred contracting vehicle. Task order types – Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP), Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee (CPFF), Cost-Plus-Award-Fee (CPAF), Cost-Plus-Incentive-Fee (CPIF), and Time-and-Materials (T&M).

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Cambridge Contract Numbers

HHSN316201200059W (SDVO Small Business)
HHSN316201200192W (Small Business and Women-Owned Small Business)

Contract Ceiling

$20 Billion

Period of Performance

For SDVOSB: April 30, 2012 – April 29, 2022
For SB/WOSB: July 15, 2012 – July 14, 2022
Task Orders may be extended up to 60 months beyond the GWAC period of performance.

Scope

Cambridge is qualified to provide services under nine task areas. Task areas are provided as a guide. If you need help determining where your particular IT requirements fall, contact NITAAC’s Customer Support Center. Detailed task area information can be found on the Cambridge NITAAC Contract Holder Information page.

Task Area 1: IT Services for Biomedical Research and Healthcare
Task Area 2: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support
Task Area 4: Outsourcing
Task Area 5: IT Operations and Maintenance
Task Area 6: Integration Services
Task Area 7: Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance
Task Area 8: Digital Government
Task Area 9: Enterprise Resource Planning
Task Area 10: Software Development

Benefits

CIO-SP3 Small Business contract holders go through a comprehensive review process that includes evaluations of their technical capabilities, past performance, price, and cost. This enables Contracting Officers to use simplified evaluations at the task order level, resulting in significant savings in time, money, and resources. The benefits of using the CIO-SP3 contract are summarized as follows.

  • Faster: Streamlined ordering and procedures under FAR Subpart 16.505 save time, money, and resources. Synopsizing or posting on FedBizOpps is not required.
  • Easier: Secure, web-based electronic-Government Ordering System (e-GOS) automates task order competition, management, awardee selection, and notification. No special Delegation of Procurement Authority is required by NITAAC.
  • Cost Competitive: Best available ceiling rates negotiated at master contract level; task order competition drives rates even lower.
  • Control: Task orders are placed directly by agency with end-to-end management by the procuring Contracting Officer. Customized terms, conditions, and additional labor categories are easily added.
  • Contracts: Agile and flexible in support of all contract types, modular contracting, and CONUS/OCONUS procurements.
  • Customer Service: NITAAC provides a response to any contractual, technical, or procedural question within one hour. NITAAC offers free SOW/SOO assessments on every order returned within one day. NITAAC provides free on-site training to potential Government customers.
  • Low Agency Fee: NITAAC’s 0.55% contract access fee is capped at $150,000 on any task order base or optional period (not to exceed 12 months) with funding in excess of $20 million. There is no additional charge for value-added services and support.
  • Payment Terms: Cambridge International Systems, Inc. does not offer a discount for prompt payment.
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