Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines

expired opportunity(Expired)
From: Federal Government(Federal)
started - 12 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)

Start Date

12 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)
due - 12 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)

Due Date

13 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)
Bid Notification

Opportunity Type

Bid Notification
75D301-22-R-72484

Opportunity Identifier

75D301-22-R-72484
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

Customer / Agency

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
USA

Location

USA
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Update (12/12/22): Please find attached Amendment 5 to the RFP. This amendment extends the due date for proposals to 5:00 pm ET on December 13, 2022.Update (12/09/22): Please find attached Questions and Answers as of December 9, 2022. We've added one additional question and answer.Update (12/02/22): Please find attached Amendment 4 to the RFP. This amendment extends the due date for proposals to 5:00 pm ET on December 12, 2022. Please note that this is intended to be the final extension to the due date for propoals, as it will be difficult to support further extensions while ensuring that the Government is timely prepared for the commercialization of COVID-19 vaccines.Update (12/01/22): Please find attached Amendment 3 to the RFP. This amendment clarifies that CDC seeks to award contracts for all U.S.-licensed or authorized COVID-19 vaccine brands with a pediatric indication.Update (11/30/22): Please find attached Questions and Answers as of November 30, 2022. With the closing of the question and answer period on November 29, 2022, this is expected to be the final version of the questions and answers document.Update (11/28/22): Please find attached Questions and Answers as of November 28, 2022.Update (11/23/22): Please find attached Questions and Answers as of November 23, 2022.Update (11/22/22): Please find attached Questions and Answers as of November 22, 2022.Update (11/21/22): Please find attached (a) Questions and Answers as of November 21, 2022, and (b) Amendment 2 to the RFP. The due date for questions is extended to 5:00 pm ET on November 29, 2022, and the due date for proposals is extended to 5:00 pm ET on December 5, 2022.Update (11/18/22): Please find attached (a) Questions and Answers as of November 18, 2022, and (b) Amendment 1 to the RFP. The due date for proposals is extended to 5:00 pm ET on November 30, 2022.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is seeking to award one or more indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts for the purchase of standard commercial COVID-19 vaccines with a pediatric indication. Offerors may propose any number of vaccines or presentations of Emergency Use Authorizations (EUA) and/or Biologics License Application (BLA) COVID-19 vaccines indicated for children 0 through 18 years of age. Offerors for this requirement must be manufacturers of pediatric vaccines in accordance with 42 U.S.C. § 1396s. The term "manufacturer" means any corporation, organization, or institution, whether public or private (including Federal, State, and local departments, agencies, and instrumentalities), which manufactures, imports, processes, or distributes under its label any pediatric vaccine. The term "manufacture" means to manufacture, import, process, or distribute a vaccine.Item Description and QuantitiesCOVID-19 Vaccine - Pediatric (age 0 through 18 years)Maximum ordering quantity: Up to 30 million dosesMinimum ordering quantity: 100 dosesMin. Order Size: 100 DosesFed. Excise Tax: $0.75 per doseOrdering period: One year from date of awardThe Vaccine for Children (VFC) program, established pursuant to Section 13631 of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 (OBRA ’93), guarantees federal support for the purchase and supply of sufficient quantities of vaccine to the States to cover a defined group of children. The program helps assure the implementation of effective immunization practices and proper use of vaccines to achieve higher immunization coverage.Children (18 years-of-age or younger) who qualify for immunization through the VFC purchase program include those who are (1) Medicaid-eligible, (2) without health insurance, (3) American Indian/Alaska native (as defined in Subsection (h)(3) of the OBRA ’93), or (4) children with health insurance, which does not cover the cost of vaccines, if they receive their immunizations at a Federally-qualified health center or rural health clinic (as defined by the Social Security Act). Health care providers who agree to certain requirements are eligible through the States to receive free vaccine through this VFC purchase program.The Section 317 program, as established under Section 317(j) of the Public Health Service Act, provides funds to obtain vaccines at prices below those available in the commercial market place. These funds provide vaccines for state and local health departments to use in populations at greatest risk for under vaccination and disease. The program helps assure the implementation of effective immunization practices and proper use of vaccines to achieve higher immunization coverage.The establishment of these contracts provides an opportunity to utilize VFC funds and Section 317 vaccine purchase funds.The vaccines awarded under these contracts will be purchased for the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Disease’s (NCIRD’s) immunization awardees (the fifty state health departments, several large city programs, and current and former U.S. territories) to support pediatric immunization programs. In addition, awardees may opt to purchase additional quantities of vaccine for children under any resulting contract using state and local funds.Vaccines under this contract will be ordered through delivery orders in the Vaccine Tracking System (VTrckS). Orders shall be placed by CDC on behalf of eligible awardees, or by the awardees themselves. Contractors are required to interface with VTrckS. If unable to interface at the time of award, the vendor shall complete interface implementation no later than 3 months after contract award.For refrigerated and frozen vaccines, the Contractor shall be required to deliver vaccines F.O.B. destination, as directed by delivery orders, to the CDC centralized distribution locations currently in Aurora, CO, and Memphis, TN. For ultra-cold vaccines, the contractor shall provide delivery options for (a) the bulk delivery of vaccines F.O.B. destination to the CDC centralized distribution locations currently in Aurora, CO, and Memphis, TN, and (b) drop ship delivery of vaccines F.O.B. destination as directed by delivery orders to provider locations. In addition, vaccine stockpile order(s) shall be delivered to another single location to be determined by CDC.Offers shall be submitted by 4:30 pm Eastern time (ET) on November 28, 2022. Offers shall be submitted electronically (via e-mail) in Microsoft Word and/or Microsoft Excel files to Joshua Houston, Contract Specialist, pkf5@cdc.gov, and Pellumbeshe Hoxhaj, Contracting Officer, kfx2@cdc.gov. Offers shall reference RFP No. 75D301-22-R-72484.Awards are anticipated to be made on or about January 17, 2023. This date may be changed by the Government without prior notice.This acquisition will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, in conjunction with FAR Part 15. The solicitation and any amendments issued will be posted on www.sam.gov when issued. No hard copies of the solicitation and amendments will be mailed.Any inquiries about this solicitation shall be submitted to Joshua Houston, Contract Specialist, at pkf5@cdc.gov. The deadline for questions to be submitted prior to the due date for proposals is November 22, 2022 at 4:30pm ET. The Government may not answer questions received after this date.

Dates

Start Date

12 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)

Due Date

13 Dec, 2022 (1 month ago)

Agency Hierarchy

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF (1167)CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (66)CDC OFFICE OF ACQUISITION SERVICES (62)

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Location

Country : United States