The health market is one of the brightest spots in the government market, so the question isn’t if but when and what opportunities will arise.
HHS has a wide and varied IT budget that is expected to hit $11.4 billion in 2016. The IT spending is spread across several major subagencies including:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- $424.2 million
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid -- $ 8 billion
Food and Drug Administration -- $583.8 million
National Institutes of Health -- $780.8 million
Register now to attend our industry day, where we’ll have leading decision makers from Health and Human Services and its various bureaus and sub-agencies talking about:
- their priorities
- upcoming opportunities
- how to navigate the competitive environment
We’ll take a deep dive into specific contract opportunities at the HHS, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare.
The IT-related services these agencies are looking for range from contact center support to bioinformatics to IT infrastructure support. Leaders from the agencies will describe how these contracts will further their respective missions.
Our panels will review specific contracts including large IDIQs and important and coveted single-award contracts. We’ll cover small business opportunities as well as the subcontracting needs of the large prime contractors.
Whether you are a small business or large, or if you are seeking prime contracting opportunities or a role as a leading subcontractor, our industry day will provide critical insights and information that you need to position yourself to win and succeed at HHS.