Sponsoring Agency HHS
    POP 2/19/14 - 6/6/19 (5 years)


The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a Master IDIQ to provide all facilities, equipment, personnel, and other resources necessary to house, feed, and maintain two specific pathogen-free (SPF) breeding colonies of Indian-origin rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) for the purpose of providing the Vaccine Research Center with up to one hundred fifty (150) juvenile macaques per year for the duration of the contract. The rhesus macaque colonies are approximately 600 and 200 primates divided into subgroups, but subject to increase through breeding or infusions of additional animals; therefore the contractor must have the capacity to handle growth potential of the colony.To support the breeding program, the Contractor shall be required to provide a variety of logistical and clinical support services including veterinary care, laboratory and diagnostic pathology; animal quarantine; animal identification and records keeping/analysis; and animal shipping.

  • $3.8m Aggregate Dollars Obligated
  • $3.8m Aggregate Base & Exercised Options
  • $9.6m Aggregate Base & All Options (Ceiling)

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