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Request for Proposals
Solicitation No. AHRQ-04-0015 (Full and Open Competition, with recommended
small business goals)
Proposals due: June 15, 2004, 12 Noon (Eastern Standard Time)
Contracting Office: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Contracts
Management, 540 Gaither Road, Rockville, MD 20850
The synopsis for this requirement was published in the FedBizOpps (http://www.fedbizopps.gov/) on March 26,
2004, under the title, "State and Regional Demonstration sin Health Information
Technology." The solicitation issue date is April 13, 2004. Full text can be
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solicitation, please contact Mary Haines, Contracting Officer, (301) 427-1786;
or by E-mail: MHaines@ahrq.gov.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), of the U.S Department
of Health and Human Services, is soliciting proposals for a performance-based
cost-plus-fixed-fee, incrementally funded contract. It is anticipated that
multiple awards (up to five) cost reimbursement contracts award will be made
under this solicitation for a 5-year period of performance.
The objective of this contract is to identify and support statewide data
sharing and interoperability activities aimed at improving the quality, safety,
efficiency and effectiveness of health care for patients and populations on a
discrete state or regional level. It is expected that measurable improvements in
the quality, safety, efficiency and/ or effectiveness of care shall result from
the proposed data sharing and interoperability measures.
Potential offerors must be either a State government or a duly appointed
agent of a State government. If the offeror is an agent of a State government, a
formal memorandum of understanding must be submitted at the time of proposal
submission, which shows involvement of state entities, such as the State
department of public health or health policy commission.
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Current as of May 2004