CAMRIS has a number of contract vehicles that allow U.S. government agencies to access our short- and long-term technical assistance, program management and other services through simplified and rapid procurement avenues. 

Prime: CAMRIS (Full & Open Lot and Small Business/500 employee R&D Size Standard Set Aside Lot Contracts Holder)

Period of Performance: 2009-2014

Omnibus III consists of task orders that provide resources in support of U.S. Navy Medicine and the infrastructure of personnel, materials, equipment, facilities, science, and technology that will sustain an acceptable level of medical research.

The contract supports Navy Medicine in the conduct of biomedical, epidemiological, and clinical research efforts in the areas of:

  • Medical, simulation, and mission support

  • Warfighter performance

  • Behavioral sciences and epidemiology

  • Deployment health research

  • DOD HIV/AIDS prevention

  • Submarine medical research

    • Diving and environmental simulation
    • Human performance
  • Naval aerospace medical research

  • Environmental health effects

  • Pulmonary

  • Environmental and molecular biology

  • Neurology

  • Reproductive health

  • Risk assessments

  • Directed energy bioeffects

  • Etiological research

  • Human research protection and institutional review board services

  • Clinical Investigation Program (CIP) support


Period of Performance: 2011-2015

CAMRIS provides physicians, scientists, nurses, and technical staff to support research, development, and CIP activities at DOD medical and dental facilities. The company supports biomedical science and CIP projects that collect, organize, evaluate, or interpret health and scientific data to further education for health care providers about the prevention, treatment, or cure of diseases and injuries, as well as general health maintenance. CAMRIS will also provide strategic analysis and support to the grant processes for clinical investigations supporting graduate medical education, graduate dental education, and graduate health science professional education.


Period of Performance: 2011-2014

The Pathology Analysis Support Services & Processing of Rodent Tissues (PASSPORT) contract includes: (1) processing and performing pathology analysis of rodent tissue specimens upon their receipt from the Government, according to client’s study; (2) producing conclusive reports deliverable to the client within a pre-specified time frame; and (3) disposing of specimens post-study. These services will support medical research projects being performed by, but not limited to, clients within BUMED.  

Prime: The Buffalo Group

Period of Performance: 2011-2015

CAMRIS is a subcontractor on the Buffalo Group-led team that provides foreign language support services to the U.S. Army. The task orders will be offered under the five-year DLITE IQC. The team will provide language services to support INSCOM’s ongoing, new, and changing mission requirements. Team members will provide direct interpretation, translation, and other language services in and out of the United States in support of U.S. forces operations, military intelligence, field training, intercultural awareness, and other requirements. CAMRIS and other Buffalo Group team members bring world-class foreign language competencies and regional expertise to meet INSCOM’s needs in an efficient and cost-effective manner.  

Prime: NCI

Period of Performance: 2011-2021

CIO-SP3 is a multiple award, government-wide acquisition contract sponsored by the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC). This 10-year contract allows Team NCI to provide IT services and solutions to both defense and civil agencies under the following 10 Task Areas:

  • IT services for biomedical research, health sciences, and health care

  • Chief information officer support

  • Imaging

  • Outsourcing

  • IT operations and maintenance

  • Integration services

  • Critical infrastructure protection and information assurance

  • Digital government

  • Enterprise management systems

  • Software development

Prime: NCI Information Systems (NCI)

Period of Performance: 2009-2019

The objective of the contract for ELMS services procurement is to acquire and provide information technology (IT) support, IT service support, and IT support management services for planning, designing, developing, testing, implementing, operating, and maintaining FDA’s automated systems and business application software that integrate hardware, software, data and communication technologies, and services.


Period of Performance: 2011-2015

The MOBIS program offers a full range of management and consulting services that can improve a federal agency's performance and its endeavors to meet mission goals. Utilizing our MOBIS Schedule, CAMRIS can help improve agency performance through specialized consulting and training, facilitation, surveys, and project management (see SIN Codes below). For information on how to best access CAMRIS services through the streamlined MOBIS acquisition vehicle, visit CAMRIS MOBIS or email



874-1 Consulting Services

874-4 Training Services

874-7 Program and Project Management Services

Prime: CAMRIS as part of joint venture Partners for Global Research and Development

Period of Performance: 2013-2018

The USAID Peru Evaluations Project provides USAID/Peru with monitoring and evaluation services and assistance to implement the USAID Evaluation Policy. Its ultimate goal is to promote and foster evidence-based programming through the implementation of studies and evaluations as well as strengthening capacities of implementing partners. USAID Peru Evaluations Project has three components that address these objectives: 1. evaluations, studies and assessments, 2. performance monitoring and evaluation assistance, and 3. strengthening local capacity for evaluation.


Period of Performance: 2015-2020

CAMRIS was contracted to provide monitoring, evaluation and learning services to USAID Nepal. Under this five-year contract, CAMRIS will support achievement of USAID Nepal's development objectives by assisting the donor agency in planning, designing, conducting, disseminating, and learning from rigorous monitoring and evaluation of development activities in country. Work under the contract includes both quantitative and qualitative evaluations and assessments of USAID’s  development programs in Nepal.


Period of Performance: 2010-2015

CAMRIS  in partnership with IAP World Services provides a full spectrum of technical, human resources, human capital, professional development and capacity support serving USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, and regional and technical bureaus and overseas missions worldwide. We recruit, hire, manage and support highly qualified staff ranging from the junior administrative to the senior technical level. Staff provide expertise in the following technical areas:

  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Malaria and Other Tropical Diseases
  • Family Planning
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Communications
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Youth Programming
  • Tuberculosis

Prime: CAMRIS as part of joint venture Partners for Global Research and Development

Period of Performance: 2013-2018

This program provides grant management services for USAID's Bureau for Global Heath to administer the Child Blindness Program (CBP). This is a five year program that will provide grants to U.S.-based and non- U.S.-based organizations to expand the delivery of quality eye care services to vulnerable children and other vulnerable populations with limited access to sight saving services.

Prime: CAMRIS is a sub-contractor to RTI

Period of Performance:

TASC4-Africa offers USAID field operating units an effective and efficient means to access customized and flexible services to improve people’s health — especially women, children, and other vulnerable populations—through expansion of basic health services including family planning and strengthened national health systems. It also offers assistance to help to address global issues and special concerns such as HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.

Prime: CAMRIS as part of the joint venture Partners for Global Research and Development

Period of Performance: 2013-2018

The Pacific‐American Climate Fund allows USAID a platform to build the resiliency of vulnerable communities to adapt to the negative impacts of climate change by providing grants to NGOs. Grants will support implementation of adaptation measures (such as best practices or new technologies) that reduce climate change‐related vulnerabilities at the community‐level. The Pacific‐American Climate Fund is flexible and adaptable in order to respond to the many diverse conditions, challenges and circumstances encountered in the Pacific Island Region. Ultimately, the Pacific‐American Climate Fund endeavors to ensure sustainability of funded activities through community‐wide adoption and scale‐up of proven adaptation measures.