It was announced on January 5th by the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) that it has decided to reduce its Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts’ fees up to 35%. The NITAAC is a full-service government contracting program for the acquisition of information technology solutions.
The contracts affected by this reduction are CIO-SP3, CIO-SB3 Small Business, and CIO-CS which will all have lower NIH Contract Access Fees going forward. The success of these contracts is what has enabled NITAAC to lower its fees. Compared to other IT contracts the NITAAC fees are now lower.
Robert Coen, Program Director at NITAAC stated, “I’m so glad to be able to offer further savings to our government-wide customers. We can help our clients stretch their dollars much further when they choose NITAAC for their IT acquisitions. We’re doing all we can to improve efficiencies in our own program, so we can pass those savings along to our government-wide customers. We don’t believe in cutting corners on customer service, and everything we’ve done in the last year proves it. When you can combine better services with lower fees as we have, you are truly delivering value to your customers.”