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Washington Technology: New protests likely to thwart CIO-SP4 award plan

More protests are piling into the Government Accountability Office that most likely will derail plans by the National Institutes of Health’s IT acquisition organization to award the potential $50 billion CIO-SP4 vehicle this week.

One protest by Systems Plus Inc. is on the GAO protest docket. But a source indicated that several more companies will file protests before the end of the week and added — They just beat us to the punch.”…

NITAAC more recently announced that it planned to announce awards on Friday, March 24.

The agency wants to get awards out soon because CIO-SP3 will expire April 29 and NITAAC will want enough overlap between both vehicles to assure a smooth transition… Read the full article here.

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