The Office of Logistics and Acquisition
Operations (OLAO) is proud to announce its latest
contract vehicle, LTASC II!
The Long-Term Administrative Support Contract II (LTASC II) offers Institutes
and Centers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) the opportunity to
obtain commercially provided administrative services on a long-term basis.
The mission of LTASC II is to provide qualified and cost-effective administrative
support personnel, either on a full-time or part-time basis, along with a contractor
management infrastructure to support the customer. The long-term nature of the
vehicle offers continuity for the NIH and helps retain experience and knowledge.
Fast Facts about LTASC II
LTASC II 101:   LTASC II is a multiple award
Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle with a
period of performance of one (1) base year plus four (4) one-year option
periods. The contract vehicle is effective as of January 11, 2016 and will
expire on July 10, 2021.
Supporting Small Business:   Contracts were awarded
to a select group of small business vendors.
LTASC II vendors are all small businesses that
can team with larger vendors to perform the work
Task Order Process:   All requirements will be fulfilled under task orders (TOs).
To learn more about LTASC II’s Standard Operating Procedure and to download helpful templates for your
Task Order Request for Proposal (TORP) package, please click on the Resources section above.
Ready to use LTASC II?
The LTASC II Program Support Team (LTASCII@mail.nih.gov)
is here to help! The Support Team is a key liaison between the LTASC II Contracting Officer
and Contracting Specialist based at OLAO and customers across federal agencies.
Our main goal is to help you submit a high quality TORP package so that all of your administrative support needs are met.
The LTASC II Program Support Team looks forward to working with prospective customers like you!
Please visit the OLAO Contracts YouTube site by clicking on the YouTube logo below to learn more about LTASC II and other NIH-wide contracts administered by OLAO.