How to Use This Tool
- Agreement Between Federal Program Agencies for Intragovernmental Reimbursable, Buy/Sell Activity - In Accordance with TFM Volume 1, Part 2, Chapter 4700, Appendix 10, Section 9.
- The unique agreement number that must be established between the Requesting Agency and Servicing Agency which will track each GT&C from the origination through the completion or termination.
Tips on Using This Tool
- This form must be used with Form 7600B.
- This form can be difficult to fill out, contact the help desk for assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cap on the 2% assisted acquisition fee?
No. There is no cap on the 2% assisted acquisition fee. However, there is a cap on the NITAAC Contract Access Fee (NCAF). Please see the following FAQ which discusses how the NCAF cap is applied http://nitaac.nih.gov/nitaac/faq-search?keys=How+is+NCAF+applied
What is the responsibility of NITAAC as my Servicing Agency?
In short, NITACC will serve as your contract shop from pre-award through closeout of the order. Before each assisted acquisition, NITAAC will provide a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) and Interagency Agreement (IAA is for external NIH customers) that details the roles and responsibilities of all parties involved in the assisted acquisition.
What agencies can NITAAC provide assisted acquisition services to?
NITAAC is authorized to provide assisted acquisitions to all civilian and DoD agencies.