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NITAAC Support Extended Hours September 5 – September 30
Monday through Friday: 8am – 8pm EDT
Saturday and Sunday, September 23th and 24th: 8am – 4pm EDT
Saturday, September 30th: 8am – 11:59pm EDT
ATTENTION e-GOS Users
The Electronic Government Ordering System (e-GOS) will be migrating from the NIH Data Center to an AWS Cloud environment on Sunday, October 1 and will be unavailable all day. The system will again be available for use on Monday, October 2. Any e-GOS bookmarks referencing https://cio.egos.nih.gov will still work. We advise you to clear your cache before the signing into e-GOS after the migration.
e-GOS Training Series: Labor Rates
Learn how to search for CIO-SP3 and CIO-SP3 Small Business Labor Rates on NITAAC’s Electronic Government Ordering System, more commonly known as e-GOS.