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What is the fee to use the CIO-SP3 contract?
The NIH Contract Access Fee (NCAF) for the CIO-SP3 contract is .65% with a cap of $150,000 for any task order base or optional period (not to exceed 12 months) with funding in excess of $23 Million.
Why is there a fee to use the CIO-SP3 GWAC?
NITAAC operates as a “Fee for Service” agency, and is required to cover its operating expenses while implementing technologies and solutions to better serve its government customers.