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HJF Offering Services Through GSA Multiple Award Schedules

United States

Bethesda, Maryland – The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) received approval to offer services through a GSA Multiple Award Schedule.

HJF is a trusted partner for military medicine providing a wide range of administrative, scientific, and clinical services to the DoD and other federal agencies. HJF supports innovative research that benefits our nation’s warfighters, their families, and civilians alike.

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GSA Schedules, also referred to as Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), are long-term government-wide contracts with commercial firms providing federal, state, and local government buyers access to more than 11 million commercial supplies and services at volume discount pricing.

“HJF’s ability to work through this GSA program provides our federal partners with a simplified method to obtain HJF’s services,” said HJF President and CEO Dr. Joseph Caravalho.

For more information about working with HJF through a GSA Schedule, please contact HJF at businessdevelopment@hjf.org.


HJF is approved to participate as a prime contractor for GSA awards in the following Special Item Numbers:

SIN: 541690 Category: Professional Services Subcategory: Technical and Engineering Services (Non IT)

SIN: 541715 Category: Professional Services Subcategory: Technical and Engineering Services (Non IT)

HJF’s contract number is 47QRAA21D0016.

Visit HJF’s Contractor page on the GSA eLibrary.

 

About HJF
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) is a global nonprofit that administers more than $500 million in medical research funds annually. For more than 35 years, HJF has partnered with researchers and clinicians to provide bench to beside to battlefield research support. More than 3,000 HJF teammates ensure HJF is a trusted and responsive partner by providing scientific, administrative and program operations services to researchers in the military, academia, and private industry. For more information, visit hjf.org.