G2X TAKE: Medical Science & Computing (MSC), a Dovel company, that focuses on providing a diverse set of complex biomedical, scientific, and technology services, was recently awarded two new BPA contracts to provide support services to the National Institutes of Health. MSC is a very fast growing scientific information technology and research company and longtime partner to the National Institutes of Health.
The first contract is a $20M BPA out of the NIH Clinical Center to provide staffing and support services to meet the needs of the Intramural clinical research community and processing facilities.
The second contract is a 5-year $45M BPA to provide NIH Clinical Center, Clinical and Laboratory Staffing and support services.
Both new blanket purchase agreements were competed using the GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS).
- MSC recently picked up an NIH NHLBI $50M Professional, Scientific, and Administrative Support Services BPA win; and added $54M in NIH NIAID Professional, Scientific and Technical Support tasks. This is on the heels of adding more than $245M in contract wins to support the National Institutes of Health to close FY 2019. More here.
- Mergers & Acquisition: CIO-SP3 and Alliant 2 Prime AceInfo Solutions, a consultancy who specializes in Application Services, Cloud Services, Cybersecurity and Managed Services, and who maintains a very broad Federal Civilian set of past performance, to include direct experience supporting HHS, NIH, CDC, FDA and SAMHSA, was recently acquired by parent company Dovel Technologies. More here.
- MSC recently promoted Jake St. Arnold into the role of Director of Proposal Operations and Usama Virk, to serve as Director Of Business Development. Dovel recently announced they had added Federal Health Industry Leader Tesh Vashistha to serve as Chief Growth Officer. More here.
- MSC/Dovel was just identified as one of the NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come. More here.
Included below is a snapshot of obligated funds for Dovel at NIH by fiscal year broken down by the top contract vehicles used.