G2X TAKE: GDIT, a major Federal Health player and longtime partner to CDC, who specializes in helping agencies to address new challenges and identify opportunities through the application of technology and services, just beat out three other bidders to be awarded a new 5-year task to support the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. The task was competed and awarded using CIO-CP3.
- The National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) is one of the larger centers at CDC, with a budget of approximately $1 billion. There are about 1,700 full-time employees and contractors, including approximately 150 serving at state and local health departments in the United States. More here.
- This award builds on a string of significant wins that GDIT has added in support of CDC in the past year, to include being named as Prime on a $90M National Center for Health Statistics Electronic Data Collection Support BPA; picking up a $21M Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System task; being awarded a Prime position on a $100M BPA to provide a broad range of Professional Support Services to the CDC CPR Program; and adding a 2-year Cloud Consultancy task.
- While some companies are in a holding pattern, GDIT continues to add talent across the board in support of DHA, VA, CMS and HHS, including recently adding veteran CDC Growth leader James Nowicki as Account Growth Director supporting CDC, and recruiting Paul Sommers as a Chief Technology Officer for the Federal Health sector.
- Led by Federal Health Sector Vice President & General Manager, Kamal Narang, GDIT was recently identified on the updated list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come (More here) and they were one of the firms recently named to Forbes’ Best Management Consulting Firms 2020.
- This recent article by Milad Bahrami, Vice President of HHS Operations at General Dynamics Information Technology shares Three Key Takeaways to Work Smarter and Deliver on Critical Health Missions.