A-TEK, Inc. announced today it has been awarded the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). CIO-SP3 is valued at $20 billion with a 10-year term.
CIO-SP3 is the successor contract to NIH's current Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners 2 Innovations (CIO-SP2i) and the Image World2 New Dimensions (W2nd) GWACs. CIO-SP3 continues to support government Information Technology (IT) efforts with a focus on health and biomedical-related IT services in support of federal agencies health missions. There are ten (10) functional areas supported by CIO-SP3 to include: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support, IT Operations and Maintenance, Critical Infrastructure and Information Assurance, Enterprise Resource Management, and Software Development.
"We are pleased to be among the awardees of the CIO-SP3 contract in all ten functional areas. This award allows A-TEK and its teaming partners of both large and small businesses, to continue supporting mission critical programs within the federal marketplace utilizing the CIO-SP3 vehicle," says Kathryn Freeland, A-TEK CEO. A-TEK is also a current CIO-SP2i contract holder.
Headquartered in Ellicott City, Maryland, A-TEK, Inc. provides scientific data management and enterprise information technology services and solutions in the areas of National Security and Intelligence, Enterprise IT, Life Sciences, Healthcare, and Law Enforcement. For more information about A-TEK, Inc. please visit, www.a-tek.net.
Kathryn B. Freeland, Chief Executive Officer