Contracts and Small Business

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NCI uses contract mechanisms to procure cancer research services and other resources. Contracts are used when the principal purpose of the transaction is to acquire a specific service or end-product for the direct benefit of, or use by, the NCI. Research and development (R&D) contracts are used for projects that are undertaken in response to NCI requests for proposals (RFPs).

Current RFPs, sources sought announcements, and other solicitations
List of open Requests for Proposals (RFP), sources, sought announcements, and other solicitations from NCI’s Office of Acquisitions

SBIR/STTR contracts
Small Business Innovation contract is issued once a year, normally around the fall, and has a single receipt date. Contract solicitations are accepted only if they respond directly to a research topic within the SBIR contract solicitation.

Listing of contracts awarded by NCI Office of Acquisitions
Database of previous contract awards searchable by project title, contractor, and fiscal year.

NCI’s Office of Acquisitions
Negotiates, awards, and administers contracts and simplified acquisitions in support of the NCI’s mission.

NCI also uses contract mechanisms available through NIH-wide, HHS-wide, and federal government-wide contract vehicles for some of its contracts.  For these opportunities, please check the FedBizOpps.gov website.