NIH heart institute awards $214M IT BPA

One of the largest institutes of the National Institutes of Health has awarded six companies positions on a five-year, $214 million blanket purchase agreement to perform IT support and modernization services.

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute awarded the BPA through the General Services Administration's Schedule 70 contract vehicle for IT products, services, and solutions, according to Deltek data.

Awardees for the BPA are:

  • CSRA
  • eGlobalTech
  • Grove Resource Solutions
  • Leidos
  • Medical Science & Computing Inc.
  • Science Applications International Corp.

SAIC said in a release Tuesday that NHLBI sought customer support and infrastructure services to support the modernization and maintenance of the institute's business and scientific applications. Work will take place at NHLBI facilities in Bethesda and Rockville, Maryland.

NHLBI is the third-largest institute of NIH and is responsible for an annual budget of more than $3 billion.

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