Sponsoring Agency HHS
    POP 9/24/10 - 9/23/15 (4 years)


The Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS) of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) supports an integrated extramural program of cancer epidemiologic, genetic, behavioral, social, health services and economics, outcomes, and surveillance research. The major objective of the surveillance research is to monitor and explain patterns in the national cancer burden, including trends in cancer incidence, mortality, survival, risk factors, and the delivery of preventive and therapeutic health services. The primary approach for obtaining information about cancer trends is through the conduct of surveys and evaluation studies, and the development and validation of methods for surveillance activities. As such, contractors under this Master Vehicle perform surveillance projects that fall under three broad categories: (1) rapid response to emerging issues; (2) evaluation, and; (3) methods development.

  • $8.2m Aggregate Dollars Obligated
  • $8.2m Aggregate Base & Exercised Options
  • $10.4m Aggregate Base & All Options (Ceiling)

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