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NIH LTASC Opportunities



We are looking for outstanding candidates to provide a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks for the National Institutes of Health on our Long-Term Administrative Support Contract (LTASC).  


The ideal candidate will be motivated, detail oriented, organized and dependable. Must be competent with business applications software including MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook. The qualified candidate must have at least a high school diploma and administrative experience in a scientific research environment.


At AAT, we understand that our employees are our greatest asset. We are committed to help them realize their full potential. We offer a comprehensive/competitive fringe benefits package, and provide performance-based rewards and a recognition program.   We will honor NIH service dates for leave accrual purposes for candidates who are currently at NIH.

If you are interested in being considered for upcoming positions on the NIH LTASC, please complete an AAT Employment Application and e-mail, fax, or mail the completed application and your resumé to:


Mina Darfoor, LTASC Deputy Program Manager (

 9701 Apollo Drive, Suite 107

Largo, Maryland 20774

(301) 925-4702

(301) 925-4884 (Fax)


How LTASC Works

  1. The NIH Institute or Center creates a task order request for proposal (TORP).

  2. The LTASC Program Support Team reviews and releases the TORP to AAT and other vendors which were awarded a long-term administrative support contract.

  3. Vendor responses must be submitted usually within seven days of receiving the TORP.

  4. The NIH Institute or Center evaluates, selects the awardee, and awards the task order.

Resumé Tip

Candidates with NIH experience should be sure to name the specific office where work was performed.  This will help us to match your resume with TORPs issued for services in your area.

If you would like more information on LTASC, have questions, or just want to talk, feel free to call Mina.


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