Tag Archives: National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center

Education Dept. Plans Financial Aid Processing Tech Solicitation via NITAAC Contract Vehicle

The Education Department looks to procure information technology services to build a federal student aid processing and servicing platform through a contract vehicle managed by the National Institutes of Health‘s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center. A FedBizzOpps notice posted Monday says the department will seek an enterprise-wide digital and customer care technology …

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Paragon Micro to Offer IT Products, Services to Federal Sector Through NITAAC Contract Vehicle

The National Institutes of Health‘s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center has awarded Paragon Micro as a prime contractor on a potential 10-year, $20 billion governmentwide acquisition vehicle for IT products and services. Paragon Micro President Jeff Reimer said in a statement published Monday the company aims to help help federal customers address complex …

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Tom Frana: Vion Eyes Added Health, Life Sciences Footprint Through NIH CIO-CS Vehicle

Vion will compete as the only small business original equipment manufacturer awardee on a 10-year, $20 billion governmentwide acquisition contract for information technology products and services awarded by a National Institutes of Health office. The company said Thursday it will offer cloud and other IT products and services in the areas of health and life sciences via …

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CCSi to Offer Agencies Nexum Cyber Products Under NIH Govt-Wide Contract; Maggie Bauer Comments

Creative Computing Solutions will offer Nexum‘s cybersecurity and networking products to federal agencies under a government-wide contract awarded by a National Institutes of Health office. Agencies will have access to Nexum’s product suite under the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center’s Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 program, Nexum said …

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