NIH GUIDE, Volume 24, Number 4, February 3, 1995


P.T. 34


  Drugs/Drug Abuse 

  Health Services Delivery 

National Institute on Drug Abuse

The Division of Clinical and Services Research (DCSR) of the National

Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is soliciting proposals from small

businesses to set up and manage a resource center that will focus on

health services research related to drug abuse treatment and

prevention.  A multidisciplinary capability is required to achieve

the five tasks:  (1) Identify, gain access to, and analyze data bases

that are relevant for addressing important research and policy issues

in drug abuse treatment and prevention services and systems; (2)

Identify, compile, and review literatures in selected areas; (3)

Develop manuscripts and other materials for presentations, including

publishable articles, monographs, charts and graphs; (4) Convene

meetings with subject matter experts to review the progress of the

center and to address selected issues; (5) Orient NIDA staff on how

to use the resources of the center.  It is estimated that a three

year contract will result from this procurement.  Estimated issuance

date of RFP N01DA-5-6050 is February 6, 1995, and responses are due

to be received in the Contracting Office 50 days thereafter.


This advertisement does not commit the Government to make an award.

Written requests are to be forwarded to:

Carol A. Cushing, Contract Specialist

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Parklawn Building, Room 10-49

5600 Fishers Lane

Rockville, MD  20857


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