1 INTRODUCTION Annette Owens-Scarboro Program Manager Small Business

1 INTRODUCTION Annette Owens-Scarboro Program Manager Small Business Program Office, NIH 2 WELCOME Diane J. Frasier Head of the Contracting Activity Director, Office of Acquisition and Logistics Management (OALM) 3 National Institutes of Health 2017 Small Business Industry Day Conference Make Every Connection Count Diane J. Frasier

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Head of the Contracting Activity Director, Office of Acquisition and Logistics Management (OALM) June 8, 2017 4 Background NIH Mission The NIH mission is to discover knowledge that will lead to better health for everyone. The NIH accomplishes this mission by supporting and conducting both basic and applied biomedical and behavioral science research. One of the worlds foremost centers for biomedical and behavioral science research, and the foundation that supports U.S. efforts to fight disease. NIH Description The NIH is comprised of 27 separate Institutes and Centers. Its budget has grown from $6 billion in 1987 to over $33.1 billion in Fiscal Year 2017. It also is one of the largest Operating Divisions under the Department of Health and Human Services with over 3,000 staff (not including program officials). Lastly, it has a 322 acre campus of over 80 buildings in Bethesda, Maryland, a satellite campus in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, and other facilities throughout the nation.

5 FY 2017 NIH Budget 6 DRAFT FY 2016 NIH ACQUISITION ORGANIZATION COACS Solar Chart For accessible 508 version, see slide 2. 7 DRAFT Breakdown of Solar Chart COACs

IC Customers R&D Total Dollars Non R&D Total Dollars Total Contracts Dollars Total Simplified Acquisition (SA) Dollars

Total Contracts and SA Dollars CC CC $.00M $13.0M $13.0M $75.8M $89M NCI


$10M $91M $238.9M $330M NIAID NIAID, HHS BIODEFENSE $358M $80M $438M $293M

$731M NICHD NICHD, NIAAA, FIC, NIDDK, NIMHD $38M $31M $69M $146.8M $216M NIDA

NIDA, NINDS, NIMH, NIA, NCATS $94M $22M $116M $321.5M $438M NIEHS NIEHS $56M

$20M $76M $57.8M $134M NLM NLM, CIT, OD -$.0M $85M $84M $425.3M

$510M *OLAO OLAO, NEI, NIDCD, NIGMS, ORS, NIH-OD, NINR, NITAAC $7M $32M $39M $291.9M $331M **ORF

ORF, ALL NIH FACILITIES RELATED ACQUISITIONS $0 $143M $143M $254M $398M Head of the Contracting Activity (HCA) Total $5.07B: COAC R&D Contracts $1.12B; Non-R&D Contracts $512M; SA $2.82B (DO/TO = $2.59B + Purchase Orders = $231M). P-CARDS = $247M (includes credits). DELEGATED $370M (DO/TOs & POs $119M + BPA Calls $251M). *OLAO (NITAAC) $230M Bridget Gauer. This figure is not included in the total OLAO dollars of $299M. **ORF Leases = $98.3M This figure is included in the ORF Non-R&D Total of $397M. 8

What NIH Buys 9 What NIH Buys PRODUCTS Supplies, textile goods, office furniture, chemicals, paper products, machinery, office machines, computer equipment, laboratory equipment, instrumentation and communication equipment INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IT products, management services, data entry, training, software development, maintenance, and analysis CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Architectural and engineering services, construction of dwellings, office buildings, laboratories and medical facilities, renovations and alterations SERVICES Consulting, studies, conferences, training, planning, technical assistance, clearinghouse, survey, data collection/ analysis, logistical and management support, evaluations, biomedical research and public awareness programs. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Includes clinical trials, pharmacological studies, genetics and biology investigations, vaccine development and testing, and environmental research. Most of the contract obligations stem from this. 10 Research and Development (R&D) Acquisitions Most of NIHs R&D acquisitions are for services Products used in labs for on-campus intramural research are also procured Products include centrifuges, spectrometers, incubators, microscopes, sterilizers, sequences, etc. Most R&D services are conducted at extramural universities, hospitals and private labs Services include studies, clinical trials, testing, evaluating of diseases, medicines, etc. Most R&D project entail several years of research (beyond 5 years) and are multi-million dollar projects 11 NIH Acquisition Vehicles

NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC): Is the designated federal Executive Agent authorized by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to administer three Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) for information technology (IT) throughout the federal government. Long Term Administrative Support Contract (LTASC): Is an acquisition vehicle that can be used to obtain commercially provided administrative services on a long-term basis across all Institutes, Centers and Offices (ICs) within the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Public Information and Communication Services (PICS): Is an acquisition vehicle that focuses on the areas of media, communication, and information dissemination and technology. NIH Conference and Administrative Travel Services (NCATSII): Is an acquisition vehicle that covers a wide range of administrative, meeting, conference, and travel support services. Business Professional Support Services (BPSS): Is an acquisition vehicle available to all Institutes and Centers (ICs) and offices within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to purchase business operation and professional support services. 12 NIH Small Business Achievements - 2017 The NIH received a commendation from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Acquisition Strategy Review Board (ARSB) for the comprehensive preparation of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), Office of Acquisitions Strategy Plan for a proposed $220 million dollars, International & Domestic Pediatric & Maternal HIV Studies & Other Infectious Diseases Coordinating Center award. A comprehensive evaluation factor was included in the plan to ensure that maximum subcontracting opportunities are available for small businesses in all of the socio-economic categories. The National Institutes on Drug Abuse (NIDA) awarded a historically full and open competition for Animal Care Support Services to a small business for over $650,000 dollars. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) successfully moved an IT support contract for medical researchers from a full and open competition to a total small business set aside for $6.5 million dollars. 13 NIH Office of Acquisitions Directors Office of Acquisitions Chief Contracting Officer Institute/Center Served

Terry Baughman (Acting) NCI, NCCIH NHLBI John Taylor NHLBI, CSR, NIAMS, NIDCR, NIBIB, NCRR, NHGRI NLM Dan Hartinger NLM, CIT, OD, (OBSSR, OER, eRA)


NIAID Charles Grewe NIAID, HHS Biodefense NIEHS Charles Conrad NIEHS CC Susan Nsangou CC NITAAC

Bridget Gauer (Acting) NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) ORF Kala Shankar All NIH facilities and facilities-related acquisitions NCI 14 NIH Simplified Acquisitions

Lisa Portner National Institute of Heart Lung and Blood Team Lead COAC Branch Phone: 301-435-0326 Brendan Miller Office of Logistics and Acquisition Operations Branch Chief, Simplified Acquisitions Branch 5 Phone: 301-496-6529 Debra Hawkins National Institute of Drug Abuse Branch Chief, Simplified Acquisitions Phone: 301-443-2104 Marlene Mireles The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human

Development Phone: 301-433-7795 Susan Nsangou National Institutes of Health Clinical Center Director, Office of Purchasing and Contracts Phone: 301-496-9351 Robin Shafer Office of Research Facilities Senior Contracting Officer, Branch Chief Phone: 301-402-0878 Melissa Gentry National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Director Phone: 919-541-5415 Anita Hughes National Cancer Institute

Chief, Purchasing Support and Branch Phone: 301-402-4511 Valerie Whipple or Dan Hartinger National Library of Medicine Phone: 301-496-6546 Pam Nevels National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Branch Chief Phone: 240-669-5089 Alberta Galek National Institute on Aging/IRP Purchasing Agent Phone: 410-558-8439 Julianne Keiser

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Supervisory Procurement Analyst Phone: 406-363-9210 15 Additional Acquisition Programs Team Member Program Christina Vaughan Acting Branch Chief, Blanket Purchase Agreement Program (BPA) https://oamp.od.nih.gov/dsaps/bpa-pr Doreen Rappaport Bridget Gauer

Branch Chief, Purchase Card Program https://oamp.od.nih.gov/dsaps/purchase-card-program -branch Acting Director, NITAAC https://nitaac.nih.gov/nitaac/ Branch Chief, Category Management, Strategic Sourcing and Data Analysis https://olao.od.nih.gov/content/category-management-strategic-sourcing-and-data-analysis-branch 16 FY 2015 Top 10 Small Business Vendors Vendor Name Total Dollars Chughau World Services, Inc.

$52.9M Technical Resources, Inc. $34.6M EMMES Corporation $30.1M Medical Science & Computing, LLC

$24.9M Net ESolutions Corporation $24.2M Sterling Computers $23.3M Mythics, Inc. $23.0M

Executive Information Systems $21.0M Iron Bow Technologies, LLC. $20.6M Information Management Services, Inc. $16.5M

Total dollars include awards made by COAC and IC Delegated Offices for Small Businesses only: Contracts/IDCs; Purchase Orders; Delivery/Task Orders; and BPA calls. Does not include P-Card transactions. 17 Helpful Hints Starting out it may be difficult to deal with all 27 Institutes and Centers (ICs) Focus on a niche health area or service area and align with a couple ICs Requirements start in the program area Contact the Director of the respective Office of Acquisition only for leads focus on meeting with program officials Review information on the selected ICs internet site and FedBizOpps to better understand NIH requirements and prime contractors Visit scientific conferences, provide demos of cutting edge/niche products and services, and market to the programs Work towards subcontracts if the prime contracts are not forthcoming learn from existing contractors Start with small Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA) or purchase orders, if necessary

18 New Initiatives Precision Medicine Initiative and Cohort Program (PMI): PMI launched in fiscal year 2016 when $130 million was allocated to NIH to build a national, large-scale research participant group, called a cohort, and $70 million was allocated to the National Cancer Institute to lead efforts in cancer genomics as part of PMI for Oncology.: https://www.nih.gov/precision-medicine-initiative-cohort-program National Cancer Moonshot Initiative: Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act in December 2016 authorizing $1.8 billion in funding for the Cancer Moonshot over 7 years. An initial $300 million has been appropriated in fiscal year (FY) 2017 to fund Moonshot initiatives.: http://www.cancer.gov/research/key-initiatives/moonshot-cancer-initiative The Opioid Crisis: NIH will establish a public-private partnership to address three major areas for advancement: (1) new and innovative medications and biologics to treat opioid addiction and for overdose prevention and reversal; (2) safe, effective, and non-addictive strategies to manage chronic pain; and (3) neurobiology of chronic pain.: https://www.nih.gov/opioid-crisis Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN): aims to fill major gaps in our current knowledge and provide unprecedented opportunities for exploring exactly how the brain enables the human body to record, process, utilize, store, and retrieve vast quantities of information, all at the

speed of thought.: https://www.braininitiative.nih.gov/ 19 Connecting with NIH Enhanced marketing by small businesses through NIH events/opportunities: NIH-sponsored outreach events Vendor Outreach Sessions; Small Business Monthly Meetings Review NIH Small Business Forecast which is updated quarterly Review the NIH Small Business Program Office webpage and Social Media vehicles for small business information Contact NIH Small Business Specialists (Jonathan Ferguson, Marvin Center, Natasha Boyce and Wayne Berry), program staff and contracting staff, keep an ongoing dialogue and look for opportunities 20 NIH Small Business Outreach Events Monthly Small Business Vendor Caf Events are advertised via the FBO Website. Each month an acquisition office is highlighted. Small Business Industry Day June 2017

HubZone and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Showcase Event NIH Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Path to Sustainability Training, June 7th and September 20th 2017. Participating in the National HBCU Conference in Washington, DC September 2017 21 Contact the NIH Small Business Program Office Annette Owens-Scarboro, Program Manager 301-451-3861 [email protected] General Email Address [email protected] HHS Small Business Specialists Supporting the NIH Wayne Berry Natasha Boyce

Marvin Center Johnathan Ferguson 301-496-9639 Webpage https://oamp.od.nih.gov/NIHSmallBusiness HHS Procurement Forecast Data Repository https://procurementforecast.hhs.gov/ Yared Girmai, Procurement Analyst 301-435-3939 [email protected] www.facebook.com/NIHSmallBusiness @NIHSmallBiz 22 Andrea Brandon

Deputy Assistant Secretary Office of Grants and Acqui 23 Office of Grants and Acquisition Policy and Accountability NIH SMALL BUSINESS INDUSTRY DAY JUNE 8, 2017 Presented by Andrea L. Brandon OGAPA Deputy Assistant Secretary MISSION STATEMENT OGAPAs mission is to ensure stewardship and provide guidance for federal awards across the Departments programs in order to support health and human services for the American public.

25 HHS SMALL BUSINESS GOAL ACHIEVEMENTS SB Category HHS Negotiated Goals FY2016 Goal Accomplishments FY 2016 HHS Negotiated Goals FY2017

Goal Accomplishments FY 2012 (thru May 27, 2017) (Unofficial) 22.75% 23.38% 22.75% 20.14% SDB 5% 11.49%

5% 9.35% HUBZone 3% 1.01% 3% .58% SDVOSB 3%

1.72% 3% 1.35% WOSB 5% 7.46% 5% 5.83% SB 26

FY17 HHS PRIORITIES Reimagine HHS initiative principles Engagement Empowerment Service Performance Stewardship Sustainability Focused workgroups

Healthcare System Public Health Economic & Social Wellbeing Scientific Advancement Management & Stewardship 27 FY17 OGAPA PRIORITIES Support the HHS Reimagine initiative by implementing innovation to streamline the acquisition life cycle Department-wide. Partner with experienced firms offering cutting edge business intelligence solutions. Identify new areas to implement Category

Management to eliminate redundancy across all Operating Divisions. Continue contracting with small businesses to fulfill OGAPAs program objectives in grants and acquisition. 28 UPCOMING EVENTS 2017 Back to Business/Towson, MD (June 20th) HHS Acquisition/PM workforce conference HHS Grants conference

Vendor exhibit showcase 29 QUESTIONS 30 Yolanda Swift, ESQ Deputy National Ombudsman for Regulatory Fairness Programs U.S. Small Business Administration Office of the National Ombudsman 31 Office of the National Ombudsman Partnering with the National Ombudsman to

Serve Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs Mission The Office of the National Ombudsman (ONO) assists small businesses when they experience excessive or unfair Federal regulatory enforcement actions, such as repetitive audits or investigations, excessive fines, penalties, threats, retaliation, or other unfair enforcement action by a Federal agency Its establishment was authorized by the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of 1996 (SBREFA) 2 Core Functions Solicits comments from small businesses

Acts as a troubleshooter between small businesses and Federal agencies Serves as a voice for small businesses Conducts public hearings, roundtables, and forums Rates Federal agencies on their responsiveness to small business regulatory concerns Raises small business concerns to Congress 3 Working for Your Small Business ONO saves time and money for small business owners by helping to: Obtain compliance assistance and clarify compliance questions Reduce fines and penalties Resolve regulatory enforcement matters Connect small businesses with government officials 4

Key Regulatory Fairness Levers Issue Resolution: Comment & Review Process Accountability: Annual Agency Ratings Outreach: Local Roundtables & Hearings Regional Conduits: Regulatory Fairness Boards 5 Issue Resolution: Comment and Review Process Impartial channel to report concerns with regulatory compliance and enforcement involving Federal agencies: Confidential Neutral liaison between small business and Federal regulators Independent, high-level agency review and response addressed to specific concerns 6

Federal Agency Comment Form To open a case, simply complete and submit this 1-page authorization at sba.gov/ombudsman/comments 7 Accountability: Annual Agency Ratings The Office of the National Ombudsman: Scores all Federal agencies that regulate small business on the promptness and substance of responses to small business concerns Reports its findings to Congress every year in an Annual Report 8 Outreach: Roundtables & Hearings

Forums to voice concerns about unfair enforcement actions & excessive regulations: Held in all of SBAs 10 Regions Board members participate and local Federal agencies representatives answer questions Concerns raised escalated to the appropriate Federal agency for high-level fairness review 9 Expertise and Regional Conduits: Regulatory Fairness Boards 5-Member Regulatory Fairness Boards comprised of small business owners in each of SBAs 10 Regions Vital conduit between small businesses and Federal government. Board members identify and elevate issues to the National Ombudsman Industries Represented: Agriculture, Contracting Construction, Retail, Professional Services, Health Care, Information Systems, Finance, Transportation

Average experience of Board members: 34 years 10 How To Leverage National Ombudsman Assistance Refer small businesses to the National Ombudsman for issues such as: - Repetitive audits or investigations by a Federal agency - Fines or penalties assessed by a Federal agency that do not match the offense committed - Confusing or unclear paperwork - Non-responsive Federal employees - Threats, retaliation, or unprofessional behavior by Federal employees Contact the Ombudsman directly to report systemic regulatory fairness issues 11 FEDERAL AGENCY ACTIVITIES IN SUPPORT OF

SMALL BUSINESS REGULATORY FAIRNESS The Federal agency representatives frequently participate in SBA roundtables in local small business communities Attend regulatory fairness hearings in person or by telephone Attend the annual SBA Federal Agency Summit Agencies provide fact sheets and publications, brochures, and compliance guidance on their websites, at outreach events, and to small employers who are the subject of a complaint issued by a Federal agency 12 FEDERAL AGENCY ACTIVITIES IN SUPPORT OF SMALL BUSINESS REGULATORY FAIRNESS Agency make compliance assistance employees (small business liaisons) available in field offices and by telephone Publishes a list of small business liaisons on their websites Provides no cost individualized and specialized compliance

assistance Partners with the SBA, chambers of commerce, and other organizations to conduct educational events 13 Contact the National Ombudsman www.sba.gov/ombudsman [email protected] 888-REG-FAIR C. Natalie Lui Duncan National Ombudsman/ Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness (Acting) 202-205-6162 [email protected] Yolanda Swift, Esq. Deputy National Ombudsman 202-205-6918 [email protected] 14

FOSTERING CONNECTIONS WITH THE ACQUISITION DIRECTORS 46 National Cancer Institute (NCI) Office of Acquisitions (OA) Presented by Terry Baughman Acting Director, OA, NCI June 8, 2017 Consolidated Operations Acquisition Center (COAC) NCI COAC handles acquisitions for two NIH Institutes/Centers NCI National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)

Funding The COAC obligates over $1 Billion each fiscal year through: Purchase Cards Simplified Acquisitions Negotiated Contracts and Task Orders Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) 48 Purchase Cards Types of Items Acquired 49 Simplified Acquisitions Types of Items Acquired 50

Simplified Acquisitions Types of Services Acquired 51 Simplified Acquisitions NCI Bid Board Location: Lobby of NCIs Shady Grove Facility Address: 9609 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, Maryland It is located near the guards desk What gets posted: Requirements from $15,000 up to $25,000 (actions over $25,000 are posted on FedBizOpps) 52 Negotiated Contracts and Task Orders Types of Services Acquired 53

Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) The Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (FNLCR) is the only FFRDC dedicated to biomedical research. The FNLCR has been operated under contract since it began in the 1970s, and is currently operated by Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc., for NCI. This contract is the largest contract in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Funding: approximately $500-600 Million each fiscal year. 54 Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Work Performed at the FFRDC 55 Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) The FFRDC also performs work for the National Institute for Allergy and

Infections Diseases (NIAID) 56 Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) FFRDC and Small Businesses Since the current contract began in 2008, Leidos has subcontracted over $1 Billion to small businesses Subcontracting Opportunities with Leidos The NCI OA Internet (https://ncioa.cancer.gov/oa-internet/) includes information on subcontracting opportunities with Leidos (from the OA internet, select Subcontracting Opportunities, then select Solicitations) 57 Small Business Best Practices Small Business Sources Sought Notices: Submit your capability statement! Tailor it to the specific project in the notice.

Market yourself to large businesses, educational and non-profit institutions. Ensure your organization is registered in the System for Award Management (SAM), includes up-to-date information and includes all NAICS codes under which you qualify as a small business. Consider teaming arrangements or other partnering strategies. Consider the SBA Mentoring Program. 58 NCI looks forward to doing business with you! 59 www.cancer.gov www.cancer.gov/espanol NIAID Contracting Opportunities Acquisitions at NIAID

Simplified Acquisitions Intramural Contracting Research and Development Contracting Simplified Acquisitions Non-research and development procurements, generally below $6.5 million dollars. All procurements in excess of $25K are advertised on Fedbizopps. Those at or below $25K are purchased against existing contracts (e.g. GSA, BPA agreements, Task/Delivery orders) or in the open market Simplified Acquisitions The best ways to obtain orders for simplified acquisitions are to: ensure you are SAM.gov registered so you are ready

to accept POs, frequent fedbizopps for opportunities, consider becoming a GSA schedule holder, consider negotiating a BPA agreement, keep your web content up to date, ensure you accept purchase card transactions (preferably not through a third party payment mechanism like paypal). Station Support Contracting Contracts supporting Institute functions. Intramural Laboratory Support Administrative Support Building Maintenance IT Hardware and IT Support Station Support Opportunities Conference logistics contract (SB Set-Aside)

Laboratory Relocation Services (SB Set-Aside) IRF (BSL 3 & 4) animal care, scientific research personnel, (Subcontracting opportunity) Clinical support & Clinical Monitoring (R&D, Subcontracting opportunities) Research and Development Contracting Drug Development Research Infectious Disease HIV Tuberculosis Transplantation (Anti-Rejection Drugs, etc) R&D Opportunities Development of Medical Countermeasures for Biothreat Agents, Antimicrobial-Resistant

Infections and Emerging Infectious Diseases FY2017 Omnibus SBIR Contract Solicitation The NHLBI COAC NIH Small Business Industry Day Conference National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Office of Acquisitions, Office of Management June 8, 2017 Agenda NHLBI Consolidated Overview of types of Operations Acquisitions purchases and volume Center (COAC) Points of Contact Customer ICs serviced

by the NHLBI COAC NHLBI COAC John Taylor, Director, Office of Acquisitions. (301) 827-7738. [email protected] Joanna Magginas, Deputy Director, Office of Acquisitions. 301-827-7740 [email protected] Joanne Deshler, Acting Branch Chief A. 301-8277524 [email protected] Customers: CSR, NIAMS, NIDCR, NHLBI Joanna Magginas, Acting Branch Chief B. 301827-7740 [email protected] Customers: NIBIB, NHGRI, NHLBI NHLBI COAC Customer Institutes/Centers Center for Scientific Review (CSR) National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS)

National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) Overview of purchases made by NHLBI COAC for all its customer ICs Research and Development, e.g., clinical trials, epidemiological studies, SBIR awards. Approximately $67M in FY 2016 Non-R&D contracts and purchase orders, e.g., clearinghouse, IT, professional services, lab equipment, etc. Approximately $64M in FY 2016 Small Business Industry Day Conference

June 8, 2017 OFFICE OF RESEARCH FACILITIES (ORF) ORF Mission The NIH Office of Research Facilities supports the NIH mission by providing, maintaining, and operating safe, healthy, and attractive facilities. 74 Responsibilities of ORF Support NIH priorities with a comprehensive facilities program Conduct NIH Master Space Planning Construct and Renovate Owned NIH Space Operate and Maintain Owned NIH space nationwide Setting worldwide standards for biomedical facilities Maintain the NIH Environment and Recycle NIH Waste

Procure and Manage NIH Real Property purchase and lease activities 75 Campus Locations Bethesda, Poolesville, Ft. Detrick, and Baltimore, Maryland Rocky Mountain Laboratories Hamilton, Montana Research Triangle Park (RTP) Durham, North Carolina 76 ORF Office of Acquisitions 50 + dedicated acquisition staff Over $400 Million in acquisition on an annual basis Three (3) Architect Engineering and Construction Contracting Branches (AECCB) Two (2) Facilities Support Services Contracting Branches (FSSCB) Real Estate Contracting Branch (RECB)

Policy Services and Quality Control Branch (PSQCB) 77 A window into what we procure Construction Services (including CQM, commissioning) Architect-Engineering Services Facilities Maintenance Services Mechanical Electrical Plumbing (MEP) Services Pavement and Grounds Maintenance Services Equipment Maintenance Services (e.g. Crane Inspection, HVAC Exhaust systems, grease traps maintenance, Reverse Osmosis

Water Treatment) 78 A window into what we procure (Contd.) Elevator Inspections, Maintenance & Repair Bethesda Roof Repair & Maintenance Generator preventative maintenance Vivarium specialties(e.g. epoxy) Service of Building Automation Systems (BAS) Crane & Hoist certification (OSHA) Environmental remediation/decommissioning Real Estate Contracting 79 Contracting with Small Business ORF has a strong commitment towards meeting and exceeding NIHs small business goals. Presented below is a chart that shows ORFs FY16 dollars awarded to small businesses (by category).

Category Dollars Awarded Small Business 143M Small Disadvantaged 89M 8(a) 47M Vet Owned

32M Service Disabled Vet Owned 32M WOSB 18M HUB Zone 14M 80 Examples of Contracts Awarded by ORF Multi-tier Multiple Award IDIQ Contracts for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services

IDIQ Contracts for Architect-Engineering Services in support of Office Buildings, Laboratories, Animal Facilities, Hospitals and Utilities Capital Projects of significant size and complexity that are not suited for award under an existing IDIQ Contracts in support of Facilities Management 81 Upcoming Opportunities (Capital Projects) Location Building Branch (UPD) Contracting Officer Rep (COR)

Category Project Title Bethesda 10 DDCM - Clinical Branch Gabor KonkolyThege Fire Protection Upgrade the Fire Alarm System *

2018 Montana C DDCM Laboratories Branch Jack Veldboom RML NIAID Support Facility * 2018 North Carolina General

DFOM-OD Greg Holliday RTP Site utility loop * 2018 Bethesda 11 DTR - Utilities Branch Wayne Smalls

CUP 2018 Bethesda 40 DDCM Unassigned IC Bethesda 10 DDCM

Unassigned IC Bethesda 11 DTR Unassigned CUP Montana C

Jack Veldboom RML Emergency Power Generation for Chilled Water * Vaccine Research Ctr Bioinformatics Roof Expansion* Replace Clinical Ctr Patient and Visitor Parking * Design Services to Replace R22 Refrigerant Chillers * RML Comparative Medicine Center *

DDCM Laboratories Branch * subject to availability of funds Construction approval year 2018 2018 2018 2018 82 Where do I find opportunities FedBizOpps GSA Ebuy Prime Vendors holding IDIQ Contracts ORF Quarterly Vendor Briefings that discuss upcoming

procurement opportunities (typically held from 2-4pm on NIH campus at Building 50) - Upcoming dates: Aug. 16, 2017, Nov. 15, 2017, Feb. 21, 2018 and May 16, 2018 83 Existing IDIQ Contracts (A&E, Construction) Description of Services Ultimate Expiration Date Contractor

Contract Number AECOM HHSN292201400001I Specialized A&E Large Business IDIQ Contract Animal 06/04/2019 Category with Subspecialties in Utilities and Office/Hosp/Lab RMF HHSN292201300009I Specialized A/E Large Business IDIQ Contract -Utilities 08/20/2018 Category With subspecialties in Office/Hosp/Lab and Animal Coakley & Williams Construction, Inc. HHSN292201400007I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build,

Alterations and Repair Services 06/04/2019 DPR Construction, A General Partnership HHSN292201400008I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services 06/04/2019 Forrester Construction HHSN292201400009I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Company Alterations and Repair Services 06/04/2019 John C. Grimberg Co., HHSN292201400010I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build,

Inc. Alterations and Repair Services 06/04/2019 EGI/HSU JV, LLC 06/04/2019 HHSN292201400011I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services 84 Existing IDIQ Contracts (A&E, Construction) Ultimate Expiration Date 06/04/2019

Contractor Contract Number Description of Services Global Engineering & Construction, LLC HHSN292201400012I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services HHSN292201400013I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services

06/04/2019 Rich Moe/Coakley & Williams MD, LLC HHSN292201400014I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services 06/04/2019 Amatea, LLC HHSN292201500004I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services

05/13/2020 Landivar & Associates, HHSN292201500005I LLC Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services 05/13/2020 Patriot Construction, LLC HHSN292201500006I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services

05/13/2020 Polu Kai Services, LLC HHSN292201500007I Multi-tier MAC IDIQ for Construction, Design-Build, Alterations and Repair Services 05/13/2020 Grimberg/Amatea JV 85 Existing IDIQ Contracts (A&E, Construction) Description of Services Ultimate Expiration Date

07/30/2020 Contractor Contract Number Olgoonik Diversified Services HHSN292201500009 HERA Laboratory Planners HHSN292201400002I Specialized A/E Small Business - Animal Care Facilities; 11/28/2019 Office/Public Space, Health Care and Lab Facilities; Utilities (Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing/Special Utilities/Central Utilities Plant Facilities)

Ross Murphy Finkelstein Inc HHSN292201300009I Specialized A/E Large Business IDIQ Contract -Utilities 08/21/2018 Category With subspecialties in Office/Hosp/Lab and Animal (JOC) -- Variety of disciplines, trades and special expertise including, but not limited to: mechanical, structural engineering, biosecurity, commissioning, carpentry, road repair, roofing, excavation, medical gases, HVAC, interior electrical, steam fitting, millwork, plumbing, sheet metal, painting and other finishes, demolition, concrete, masonry, welding, asbestos, and other hazardous material abatement AECOM Smith Carter HHSN292201400001I Specialized A&E Large Business IDIQ Contract Animal 06/04/2019 Category with Subspecialties in Utilities and Office/Hosp/Lab (RMF

Engineering) 86 Point of Contact Office of Research Facilities Office of Acquisitions 13 South Drive Bethesda, MD 20814 Director, Kala Shankar 301-402-0878 87

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