Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Small Business (SB) Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC)
CIO-SP3 SB is a GWAC from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) that can be used by any Federal civilian or Department of Defense (DOD) agency to fulfill a broad range of mission critical IT requirements and socioeconomic goals.
Faster. Easier. Cost Competitive.
CIO-SP3 SB has a $20 billion ceiling and allows for flexible contract types, short Task Order award cycles, and low usage fees. CIO-SP3 SB promotes streamlined planning, acquisition, and deployment of large-scale IT program requirements, all while leveling the playing field with more meaningful small business competition.
CSS Federal Contract Information
Basic Contract Number: HHSN316201200098W
Point of Contact: Dan Waddell
Phone: (410) 236-9080
SAM link: https://www.sam.gov/SAM/pages/public/searchRecords/search.jsf
(please use the above DUNS number in the simple search box to access CSS Federals’ SAM webpage)
Ordering through CIO-SP3 is streamlined. Simply submit your Task Order requirements through NITAAC.
The NITAAC contract specialists will perform an assessment for scope, clarity, and other factors within 24 hours. Once your RFP is ready, you upload it into the automated competition and management system, and it will be automatically distributed to qualified contract holders. RFIs and Q&As can also be uploaded through the system. The NITAAC Customer Support Center offers training and assistance throughout the acquisition process.
The CIO-SP3 SB contract, offers customers cutting-edge technology, access to a large and diverse pool of small business innovators, and cost competitive rates. But the benefits don’t stop there. Additional benefits include:
Easy-to-use, secure web-based e-GOS ordering system.
No special “Delegation of Procurement Authority” is required by NITAAC.
Customer Support Center with knowledgeable staff.
Free training to end users.
Low contract usage fees.
Short task order award cycle.
Directed acquisitions up to $4M.
For additional information regarding this contract, please visit NITAAC’s site.