Contractor: Help CDC Develop ME/CFS Materials from IOM Report

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CDC – Collaboration to Develop ME/CFS Educational Materials Based on IOM Report

The CDC is requesting quotes from business of all sizes to assist them in the development of ME/CFS educational materials based on the IOM reports. Specifically, they are looking for contractors to assist with professional, administrative, and management support services.
From FedBizOpps.com:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a requirement related to ME/CFS health education activities through facilitating meetings and teleconference calls for stakeholder engagement, conducting needs assessments, preparing reports for meetings and needs assessments, consultation and technical assistance, medical/scientific writing assistance and related support activities. The contractor will assist in document review and revision for CDC clearance.

For more information on the specific contractor requirements and application process:

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1 thought on “Contractor: Help CDC Develop ME/CFS Materials from IOM Report”

  1. Now, does this count as official endorsement of the IOM report by the CDC – at least in part – or not I wonder 🙂

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