Special Report

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Agencies trying to keep abreast of the latest advances in technology while also complying with White House mandates can find everything they need through NITAAC's three government-wide acquisition contracts.
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While NIH GWACs are known for their deep expertise in health and biomedical information technology services and solutions, program officials emphasize that contract holders are exceedingly skilled in all areas of IT to match any demand placed on the contract.
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The NITAAC training program is playing an important role in bolstering the knowledge and skills of the federal acquisition workforce. In addition, it offers a nuts-and-bolts understanding of government-wide acquisition contracts and other current procurement issues.
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With its $20 billion ceiling, the 10-year contracting vehicle also offers innovative small businesses a significant opportunity to demonstrate their capabilities and expand their footprint in the federal marketplace.
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Agencies rely on ECS III for a broad range of IT hardware and software, including cloud computing, health and biomedical IT, mobility, networking, security and other mission-critical acquisitions. ECS III's popularity is growing, with overall sales jumping 37 percent from fiscal year 2010 to fiscal 2011.
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HHS and NIH rely heavily on CIO-SP3 for IT services and solutions but many other federal agencies such as DOD, VA and DHS also use CIO-SP3 to address their requirements.
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Superior customer service is one of the hallmarks of the NITAAC program, which offers a number of value-added services to its customers in an effort to assure satisfaction.
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NIH GWACs play a crucial role in the success of the CIO-SP3 and ECS III vehicles that goes beyond their performance on tast and delivery orders. In addition to addressing agencies' IT requirements, they assist NITAAC officials in assessing customer needs, staying current with technology trends, and improving the acquisition process for agency customers.
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The DOD has a current MOA with NITAAC along with a strategic directive to assure and encourage Defense agencies to use the NITAAC GWACs when it is advantageous to do so.
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Agencies can obtain IT services for virtually all of their technology requirements through NITAAC's newly awarded CIO-SP3 and CIO-SP3 Small Business contracts.
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