Published on January 15, 2009
Introduction to NITAAC : Introduction to NITAAC The NITAAC Program as a “Fortune 500” Enterprise : The NITAAC Program as a “Fortune 500” Enterprise Stability of 10-year contracts $12 Billion in projected sales Vast customer community plus active marketing for vendor opportunity Competitive, quality products and services for customer value NITAAC Stability : Strong, Vibrant, and Competitive Diversity of services provided and agencies served has enabled NITAAC to create a stable platform for sustained results Ability to keep pace with change Regulatory compliance Technology refreshments NITAAC Stability Value of Business : Value of Business To date sales total $12 billion (based on historical data) Tremendous growth potential – total of GWAC ceiling is $36.8 billion Continued opportunities to expand our business CIO SP2i – 5 years IW2nd – 5 years ECS III – 7 years All numbers lead to success Contract Sales – Cumulative to Date : Contract Sales – Cumulative to Date (as of 01/05/06) Success: Behind the Numbers : Success: Behind the Numbers Total Sales $2.5 Billion Total Orders 57,768 Prime Contracts 134 Federal Agencies 73 Organizations like NITAAC 0 Among Government GWACs, NITAAC is the one to invest in. Vendor Benefits : Vendor Benefits Large and Small Business opportunities (primes: 41 large, 93 small) NITAAC GWACs offer consistency for vendors in: Corporate strategy Processes for orders Continuity and stability Quality of management Stable revenue source No revenue lag—Prompt Pay Act Opportunity for sales to ALL Federal Government agencies Dynamic NITAAC marketing Customer Benefits : Customer Benefits Consistency in the NITAAC strategy to ensure initial and recurring task orders and delivery orders that meet customer needs Streamlined acquisition process Contract vehicles offer flexible and fast service Responsive NITAAC Team supports customers and assists in administering customer acquisition plans and budgets One-stop shop for a broad spectrum of IT products and services Competitive pricing and fees (e.g., spot pricing) Ongoing qualitative measures of customer satisfaction to maintain quality of service Customer Testimonials : Customer Testimonials “The NIH ECS III Contracting Team is the most responsive and supportive administration we have had the pleasure to work with. It has been a pleasure working with the entire NITAAC Office.” “I work mostly with the CIO-SP2i Team. They are knowledgeable, responsive, and extremely helpful. They have made working with NIH a pleasure.” “The NITAAC Information Technology Team is excellent in answering technical questions and in also walking new users through the system. This makes it a very easy system to utilize.” “I used NITAAC to obtain vendor quotes. It was easy, fast, very efficient.” Slide 11: Quality Innovation For more information, visit the NITAAC website at http://nitaac.nih.gov
NITAAC's Diane Frasier, Director-OALM, on Introduction to NITAAC-Jan. 2013.
Introduction to NITAAC The NITAAC Program as a “Fortune 500” Enterprise Stability of 10-year contracts; $12 Billion in projected sales