G2X TAKE: Building on SeKON‘s prior experience providing IT support to the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP), this fast-growing woman owned management and technical consultancy recently beat out one other bidder to be awarded a new 5-year task to support this Centers for Disease Control and Prevention division charged with the mission of preventing HIV infection and reducing the incidence of HIV-related illness and death. The task was competed and awarded using CIO-SP3 SB.
- SeKON is a familiar face to CDC DHAP and an incumbent, having been awarded a 3-year $15.4M task in 2016 to provide the CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention with a range of IT Support Services.
- SeKON’s experience includes developing tools that provide a comprehensive database of HIV interventions and results allowing future studies to build on past knowledge and developing applications for 25 clinics and 5000 patients, resulting in recommendations that decrease HIV transmission. Source: SeKON
- Led by CEO, Angela Wilson, SeKON has made a number of hires of late to support growth across the Federal Health sector, to include adding former Cerner Exec, Tiphanie Forst as Senior VP for Federal Health Growth; Jerry Parsons to oversee PEO Defense Healthcare Management Systems contract; longtime Cerner technology leader Charles Palmer as Senior Data Engineer; and Theodora Petrakis as Vice President, Strategy and Business Development Operations.
- Following its twenty-three year history as a technology consulting firm, SeKON recently announced their new brand identity and the launch of their newly redesigned website and messaging, http://www.sekon.com.