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NIH’s NITAAC Hub Cuts Government-Wide Acquisition Contract Fees; Robert Coen Comments

Robert Coen
Robert Coen

The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center has lowered the fees for NIH’s government-wide acquisition contracts by up to 35 percent.

NITAAC said Tuesday it reduced the fees for CIO-SP3, CIO-SP3 small business, CIO-CS and value-added services due to the success of these programs.

“I’m so glad to be able to offer further savings to our government-wide customers,” said Robert Coen, program director at NITAAC.

“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,” added Coen.

NITAAC cut the CIO-SP3 access fee from 1 percent to .65 percent, the CIO-SB3 small business from .75 percent to .55 percent and the CIO-CS from .50 percent to .35 percent.

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