G2X TAKE: The wins continue to pile up for global consultancy KPMG, who maintains a dedicated focus on Healthcare transformation, program integrity, business transformation, and data analytics, as they add a new single-award BPA to support the NIH risk management program to enable the Agency to conduct in-depth evaluations of high-risk areas, and to develop findings and recommendations. The BPA, competed full and open and drawing a total of five bids, was competed using the GSA Federal Supply Schedule contract.
- This award builds on a string of recent wins for this group, to include a $25M Operating Risk Adjustment Data Validation (RADV) support win at CMS; a $17M CMS PPFMG External Audit Program contract award; a Prime win on the new CMS Enterprise Operations BPA; along with an initial Value Based Care Enablement support task on the EOPS BPA; and a recent 2-year Office of Security and Management (OSEM) Commissioner’s Coop Support task with the Food and Drug Administration.
- This is a strategic Prime win for the KPMG team that includes Young Kim, Safa Khaleq, Brian Blush, David Buckley and Tim Comello and it adds to a single award BPA KPMG was awarded in 2018 to support NIH leadership with auditing support activities.
- Led by a health team that includes Tom Dowd, Young Kim, Tom Matteo and Elena Fenton, KPMG was recently named to the updated list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.