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 National Children's Study Announces Plans for Launching in More Communities (February 2007)

The National Children’s Study (Study) is moving forward, and broadening its reach to a number of new communities across the United States. In September 2005 the Study opened seven initial Vanguard Centers (PDF 15 KB). With the 2007 expansion, the Study plans to establish 15 to 20 new Study Centers in previously designated Study locations across the country.

To this end, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development is planning to allocate recently appropriated funds from Congress for fiscal year 2007 to award up to 20 contracts to organizations having the ability to serve as Study Centers for the National Children’s Study. The Institute has posted an announcement to inform interested organizations of an anticipated Request for Proposals (RFP), of important background information, and of some requirements essential for responding to the RFP.

The link for the National Children’s Study Pre-Solicitation Notice can be found on the Federal Business Opportunities Website.

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