Contracts

Contracts

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: Active

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

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

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 gsamobis@camris.com

CAMRIS SINs:

 

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: Active

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.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

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.

Prime: CAMRIS

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:

  • HIV/AIDS
  • 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: Active

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

Period of Performance: Active

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.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The Education Emergency Support Activity (EESA) supports the Government of Mali (GOM) in restoring education venues, services, and system capacity for children in conflict-affected regions. It also leverages the already high level of community engagement in education in Mali to ensure that schools are safe and accessible for all learners, and builds the capacity of the Ministry of Education (MOE), communities, and schools to respond appropriately to emergency situations caused by armed conflict, crises, or natural disasters.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The purpose of the GDL contract is to foster innovation by working with external partners to help end poverty. This is done by using technology, innovation, science, and partnerships to accelerate achievement of foreign policy and development goals. GDL operates through a two-part mission: produce breakthrough development innovations, and accelerate the transformation of the U.S. development enterprise.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The Naval Medical Research Unit Three (NAMRU – 3) contracted CAMRIS to provide scientific/technical (including administrative) services in support of medical research and development for the following specific topic areas:

  • International Emerging Infections Program (IEIP)/One Health.
  • Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP).
  • Influenza.
  • Infection Prevention and Control.
  • International Health Regulations/Laboratory Capacity Building.
  • Infectious Diseases Syndromic Surveillance and Evaluation of Countermeasures.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The purpose of this contract is to support WRAIR's Antimicrobial Resesiatnce Monitoring and Research (ARMoR)Program in responding to the rise of pathogenic micro-organisms that resist drug treatment. Responding to escalting antimicorbial resistance (AMR), DoD implemented in 2009 an enterprise-wide collaboration, ARMoR, to aid in infection prevention and control. It consists of a network of epidemiologists, bioinformaticists, microbiology researchers, policymakers, hospital-based infection preventionists, and healthcare providers who collaborate to collect relevant AMR data, conduct centralized molecular characterization, and use AMR characterization feedback to implement appropriate infection prevention and control measures and influence policy.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The objective of this contact is to provide expertise and conduct studies for the Naval Medical Research Center to develop a vaccine that kills malaria parasites after development in the liver but before they mature, reproduce, and spread into the blood affecting new red blood cells.

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The Naval Medical Research Unit – San Antonio (NAMRU-SA) contracted CAMRIS to provide technical/scientific, administrative, accounting, and operational support services for the Craniofacial Health and Restorative Medicine (CHARM) directorate.

Our team works to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of oral, dental, and craniofacial diseases and injuries that affect U.S. Sailors and Marines; increase the drugs, technologies, and techniques available to clinicians for the treatment of antibiotic-resistant infections; and minimize the environmental impact of Naval Dentistry. 

Prime: CAMRIS

Period of Performance: Active

The Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) contracted CAMRIS to provide administrative, managerial, and organizational support services, including budgets, operational surveys, studies, and analyses on matters related to its mission. The mission of NMRC is to conduct research, development, tests, and evaluations to enhance the health, safety, and readiness of Navy and Marine Corp service members in the effective performance of peacetime and contingency missions and to perform other functions as directed by higher authority.