The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking information as it launches an initiative to analyze health information technology standards to better focus resources on those that facilitate health information exchange.

NIST, an agency of the Department of Commerce, will conduct the analysis with funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The agency on Dec. 18 published its information solicitation on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site. "This is not a request for quotations or proposals," according to the solicitation. "This is a sources sought synopsis for market research purposes. Information received will be used for market research purposes only."

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