G2X TAKE: Ad Hoc, a leading Government digital services agency and software design and engineering company, closed out the calendar year with a huge win, beating out two others to be awarded this 5-year contract in support of CMS. This contract was competed as a small business set-aside on GSA IT-70.
- Founded by members of the former Healthcare.gov “tech surge” team, Ad Hoc, a relative startup who first burst onto the scene in 2016 at CMS by picking up a $57.2M Website Development Support (WDS) contract, has continued to pile up the wins at CMS, to include a Prime award on a 5-year multiple-award ADELE BPA at CMS; a $10M task under the BPA to support Quality Payment Program Front-End Development; a $10.6M Medicare Coverage Tools support task; and a $15.8M 39-month task to support efforts around the CMS Accountable Care Organization Beneficiary API.
- Ad Hoc has experience as “prime contractor for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Website Development Support (CMS WDS) program, which covers many public-facing portions of HealthCare.gov, including the ability to see and compare plans, find local help, and ultimately sign up for healthcare.” Source: Ad Hoc. More here.
- Ad Hoc is one of 16 agile digital services firms that recently came together to form the Digital Services Coalition to bring innovation and agility to Government IT contracting.
- The company was one of the firms named to the Medicare Payment System Modernization (MPSM) BPA in the Spring of 2019 which is intended to support the modernization of the Medicare Fee for Service (FFS) shared systems to enable flexible development and real-time system-to-system integrations with systems across the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
- Ad Hoc, which added Mark Krempley in 2018 as a VP to manage and grow the firm’s efforts throughout the Federal Healthcare space, currently has a job posting for an Account Executive to support Federal Health. More here.