Release Date:  January 4, 2001

NOTICE:  NOT-DA-01-020

National Institute of Drug Abuse


Under the upcoming solicitation, The National Institute on Drug Abuse is 
soliciting proposals from qualified organizations having the in-house 
capability to evaluate the antinociceptive activity of test compounds in mice; 
evaluate the effects of test compounds in opiate dependent rats and rhesus 
monkeys; evaluate the intrinsic physical dependence capacity of test compounds 
in drug-naïve rhesus monkeys; and assess the reinforcing properties of test 
compounds in rhesus monkey self-administration studies.  The successful 
offeror must indicate possession of current DEA Registration for Schedules II-
V substances prior to award and demonstrate either possession of or ability to 
obtain a DEA Research Registration for Schedule I under the Controlled 
Substance Act of 1970.  This work currently is being performed by the Virginia 
Commonwealth University under Contract N01DA-5-8059.   NIDA anticipates 
awarding a cost-reimbursement, five-year contract with optional quantities.  
RFP No. N01DA-1-7725 will be available electronically on or about January 31, 
2001, and may be accessed through the Internet at the following address: 
(URL:  All information required for 
the submission of an offer will be contained in the electronic RFP package.  
Response to the RFP will be due on or about March 20, 2001.  Any responsible 
offeror may submit a proposal that will be considered by the Government.  This 
advertisement does not commit the Government to award a contract. 
Point of Contact: Patricia W. Mummaugh, Contract Specialist 
Electronic Mail Address:  
Telephone: (301) 443-6677
FAX: (301) 443-7595.

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