G2X TAKE: Beating out six other bidders, 8(a) service-disabled Veteran-owned small business MicroHealth has been awarded a 5-year task with the National Institutes of Health. Work is to provide information technology support to host, operate, maintain, support, enhance, and modernize the Grants.gov system and to handle user support requests. The task, valued at $52M, was 8(a) competed using CIO-SP3 SB.
- Led by former senior Military Health IT and Strategy executives, CEO, Frank Tucker and COO, Claude Hines, MicroHealth recently announced that it has established a new Office of Growth Strategy to guide the company’s competitive positioning. The office will be led by Dr. Sunil Pandya, a serial entrepreneur and physician innovator with a long history of advising healthcare technology firms. More here.
- We should also note that Frank Tucker was recently named to the FedHealthIT100, an award that honors those individuals recognized for driving change and advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology and Consulting Market.
- MicroHealth lists capabilities that include Health Analytics, Health Research and Health Informatics to include Health Information Technology (HIT), Health Information Administration, and Clinical informatics. This is the first funded Prime award we find for MicroHealth with the NIH.
- MicroHealth was recently noted as being among the 2021 Top Workplaces in the Washington Area; and among DC Metro’s Fastest-Growing Federal Health Private Companies Recognized by Inc. MicroHealth was also named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.
RFP ID: 75N98121Q00001
Referenced IDV ID: 75N98119D00081
Award ID: 75N98121F00001