Solicitation

Data Systems Update

Person of Contact Joshua Wynne (josh.wynne@nih.gov)
Proposal Due Date Wednesday, December 23, 2020 (Closed 1 year 9 months ago)
  • Solicitation Status Awarded
  • Date Awarded
  • Research Category Research & Development Services & Subcontracts
  • Vendor Name Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc.
  • Solicitation Number S21-114F Data Systems Update
  • NCI OA Contract Number 75N91019D00024 – NCI-FFRDC

Description

The contractor is to provide a graphical user interface (GUI) or dashboard to be used for performing computational studies to probe new therapeutic and diagnostic concepts. The GUI should allow non-programmatic querying through the dashboard for combined data retrieval from at least two internal DCTD databases, selected by the government, and should also support new types of analytical paradigms which will also be provided by the government. The datasets/databases managed by the NCI Developmental Therapeutics Program (DTP) that provide source data for the dashboard must adhere to the Center for Information Technology (CIT)-enacted security requirements.
The dashboard should have the ability to adopt existing compatible tools to enable scientists to mine the datasets and find new therapeutic development strategies and, most importantly, increase our understanding of the complex interplay between structure, genomic, proteomic data, disease status, and predictive responses to drugs and treatment combinations. The integration of these data, combined with user-friendly querying (i.e., a GUI allowing non-programmatic querying through the dashboard for combined data retrieval initially from at least two internal DCTD databases selected by the government), should support new types of analytical paradigms as well. These modernization efforts will include the adoption of existing tools to enable scientists to mine the datasets and find new therapeutic development strategies and, most importantly, increase our understanding of the complex interplay between structure, genomic, proteomic data, disease status and predictive responses to drugs and treatment combinations. Ultimately, success in these efforts will serve as a platform to clarify mechanisms of actions of drug candidates.

Proposal Instructions

If you are interested in receiving more information on this solicitation, please reach out to Josh Wynne at josh.wynne@nih.gov. The full solicitation will be provided upon request. Thank you!