G2X TAKE: Beating out five other bidders, fast growing 8(a) EDWOSB NetImpact Strategies, that specializes in Strategy and Business Transformation, IT Modernization, Data-Driven Intelligence, Cloud Services and Cybersecurity, has been awarded a new 5-year contract with the National Institutes of Health. The contract, funded out of the National Cancer Institute, was competed and awarded using the GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS) as a woman-owned small business set-aside action.
- NetImpact is a longtime partner to the NIH and the National Cancer Institute and CBIIT supporting a range of efforts from providing a services oriented ITSM solution using the ServiceNow platform, and providing NCI Portfolio Coordination Support Services, to implementing an intramural scientific workflow process improvement program at the National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics.
- In addition to their work at NIH, NetImpact has been having their fair share of success across the broader Federal Health sector of late, to include recent wins such as a 5-year DHA Immunization and Backoffice Migration Support task win; an FDA ServiceNow Professional Services task award; a $40M DHA Program and Project Management task award; and a 5-year ServiceNow Support task they added at HHS.
- NetImpact has made a number of strategic hires and moves of late to include adding Victor Wither as Vice President of Proposals; appointing Stephanie Wilson as Chief Operating Officer; promoting Elizabeth Ahrens to Vice President of Civilian Health; and just last month, adding industry leader Jeffrey McGowan as its new Vice President of Growth.
- Led by FedHealthIT100 winner Kavita Kalatur, NetImpact 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 and it was named as one of D.C. Metro’s fastest growing private companies.
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