HJF Offers Services Through OMNIBUS IV Multiple Award IDIQ

United States

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) received an award for OMNIBUS IV, a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract that will provide military medical research and development services and technologies across four market segments: Research & Development; Research & Development Support Services; Regulatory Processes; and Translational Science Support and Services. HJF is able to compete for task orders as a prime or a subcontractor in all four contract market segments. 

The contract, which the Defense Health Agency (DHA) announced recently, has a ceiling of $10 billion across a five-year base period and a follow-on five-year option period. The award enables HJF to offer a wide range of administrative, scientific, and clinical services to the DoD.  

“HJF’News Articles ability to participate across all market segments in this significant contract will allow our federal partners a simplified method of obtaining HJF’s services in the military medical research space,” HJF President and CEO Joseph Caravalho, Jr., M.D., said of the award. “HJF is poised and ready to support these important research areas for the DHA.” 

For more information about working with HJF through the OMNIMUS IV vehicle, please contact HJF at