G2X TAKE: Less than a year removed from recruiting a couple of former Senior CMS leaders, fast-growing public policy research and analytics firm and longtime partner to CMS, IMPAQ, saw an impressive close to the fiscal year as they not only picked up a number of task wins, but also secured Prime IDIQ wins at CMS, HRSA and GSA.
The list is long, but we highlight just a few of the recent key awards secured by IMPAQ here:
- Beat out three other bidders to secure a 5-year $10M task to support CMS in developing and maintaining an Emergency Triage, Treat, and Transport (ET3) Learning System. This was competed on RMADA;
- Beat out two others to pick up a 5-year $10.7M task on RMADA to support End State Renal Disease Treatment Choices (ETC) Model Operations;
- Added a 16-month task with HHS to support Building Synthetic Healthcare Data for Research;
- and Added a 6-year task at CMS to support Rural Community Hospital Demonstration (RCHD) Evaluation.
In addition to the many task awards, the IMPAQ team secured a number of key Prime IDIQ wins, to include:
- A spot on the $5 Billion CMS Research, Measurement, Assessment, Design, & Analysis (RMADA) 2 IDIQ;
- A Prime role on $50M HHS HRSA Evaluation Studies IDIQ;
- and a Prime position on the GSA One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Professional Services Multiple Agency Contract.
- IMPAQ recently recruited Timothy Hill, recent Deputy Director for the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS) to serve as SVP; longtime CMS/HHS Catalyst for Quality Improvement Fred Butler to serve as VP; and they added former Federal Chief Healthcare Budget Official, Dr. Adaeze Enekwechi, as their new President early this year.
- The company was identified as one of the Federal Health consulting firms creating a BUZZ.
- In early 2019, IMPAQ launched ASCEND, a technology company that delivers data products and information resources to help communities of interest create and disseminate knowledge.
- IMPAQ has received several key wins across the Federal Health sector in the last year or so, to include a $16M CMS Patient Safety Measure Support task; an $11.3M task at CMS for BPCI Advanced support; a $10.5M ESRD Payment Model Testing Support task; a $35M QPP Merit-based Incentive System Support Services task; a $16.6M CCIIO Marketplace Operations Support task; and Prime awards on key Federal Health vehicles such as the $1.2B SAMHSA IDIQ; the $100M HHS ASPE, AHRQ, and ONC IDIQ; and the $1.6 Billion CMS Measure and Instrument Development and Support (MIDS) IDIQ.