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NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) is the preeminent voice on all things Information Technology (IT) acquisition. Read the latest news on NITAAC and the industry!
The NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) completed its evaluation of proposals in all three phases in accordance with the subject solicitation, including its source selection procedures. The NIH is awaiting the SBA to confirm small business size standards for the apparent successful offerors, while we continue to perform our responsibility checks in accordance with FAR 9.104. Therefore, we are posting a “preliminary” notice of apparent successful offerors until such time that we can post the actual apparent successful offeror notice. This “preliminary” listing may not yet be comprehensive and complete. All CIO-SP3 GWACs are valid through 10/29/23.
Brian K. Goodger named director of the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center
Brian K. Goodger has been appointed director of the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC). He has served as the NITAAC Acting Director since 2021. Goodger will oversee NITAAC federal employees and in-house contractor staff, as well as provide strategic oversight for the program’s Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), Assisted Acquisitions, Government-Wide Strategic Services and other initiatives related to the administration of its GWACs.
Are you ready to support your agency with the best prices on notebooks, desktops, tablets and thin client / zero client products? NITAAC GSS V8 offers many options to meet mission needs, including enabled security, upgraded memory/storage, imaging, docking stations, warehousing, asset tagging and more. GSS solutions also are EPEAT, Energy Star, Section 508, and Trade Act Agreement Compliant and offer 45 days or less delivery and extended warranty options.
NITAAC has obtained 801 certification for FY 2023. This certification will enable NITAAC to support Assisted Acquisition Services for the Department of Defense (DoD). Prior to this, the DoD could only make direct awards on NITAAC’s three Best in Class (BIC) Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts, and each purchase required a waiver. With this new 801 certification, that will no longer be the case.
The IT Industry is experiencing shortages of microprocessors and key components of many types of IT equipment due to global supply chain issues. This is causing delays for end items and the performance of some services and orders. NITAAC urges customers to review their IT needs and anticipate slower than normal delivery and delayed performance of their requirements. We suggest placing orders as soon as possible for mission-critical needs and expecting longer lead times for products and services.
NITAAC is excited to announce that the new NITAAC website is now live! The upgraded website has a consistent, user-friendly design with features and customized solutions to meet all of your acquisition needs including:
NITAAC is excited to announce that our new NITAAC website will launch on August 6! The upgraded website has a consistent, user-friendly design with features and customized solutions to meet all of your acquisition needs including: