A--Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) 15-001
Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published April 2, 2015 - Deadline April 30, 2017
THERE ARE NO FUNDS AGAINST THE BAA SOLICITATION W911QY-15-R-0025. GO TO THE FOLLOWING WEB SITE UNDER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TO VIEW THE ENTIRE BAA SOLICITATION FOR FULL DETAILS: http://www3.natick.army.mil/NHRC-Broad-Agency-Announcement.aspx. The Naval Health Research Center Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) 15-001 identifies scientific and technical areas of interest for research and/or exploratory development. This BAA is conducted using full and open competition. In an effort to minimize proposal preparation cost, this BAA utilizes a two-step process. The first step will be the submission of a concept paper. Offerors that submit concept papers that are consistent with the intent of the BAA, and are of interest to the government will be invited to submit a proposal (step two). Such an invitation does not assure that the submitting organization will be awarded a contract. Instructions for the submission of concept papers and proposals are contained in the BAA. The submission of a concept paper is required prior to the submission of a proposal. Failure to follow this two-step process may preclude the chance for award. Proposals submitted in response to the BAA will be evaluated in accordance with the evaluation criteria set forth in the BAA. Technical evaluations will employ a peer or scientific review process. A proposal's technical evaluation and its importance to agency programs, along with funding availability are primary bases for contract award. Cost realism and reasonableness shall also be considered to the extent appropriate. Concept papers will be accepted continuously through 2 April 2017. This BAA will remain open continuously through 30 April 2017. The BAA technical areas of interest are divided into the following groups: A. Medical Modeling, Simulation & Mission Support; B. Warfighter Performance; C. Behavioral Sciences and Epidemiology; D. Deployment Health Research; E. Department of Defense HIV/Aids Prevention Program; F. Operational Infectious Diseases; G. Medical Science; H. Biomedical Translational Initiative; I. Warfighter Systems Technologies; J. Advanced Technology; K. Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) Dayton, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH41; L. Navy Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio, Brooks City -Base, TX; M. Naval Submarine Medical Research Lab (NSMRL), Groton, CT; N. Vitamin D, San Diego, CA; O. Clinical Decision Support and Healthcare Interoperability Technologies. All technical questions may be directed to the respective technical/administrative POC listed under each technical area of interest on the BAA.