Five win $100M contract to support NIH IT center
- By Mark Hoover
- May 11, 2015
Five companies have won spots on a $100 million contract to provide professional information technology and technical services to the National Institutes of Health Center for Information Technology.
The winners are:
The mission of the Center for Information Technology is to provide, coordinate, and manage information technology and to advance computational science, according to its website.
The companies will provide program and project management; strategic planning; consulting; systems architecture; systems design; implementation and release management; application and web development; business analytics; requirements management; and quality assurance and testing, Leidos said in a release.
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