G2X TAKE: Publicis Sapient, a global digital business transformation, strategy, technology and communications leader, just beat out two other bidders to be awarded a 5-year single-award BPA to provide the National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute with content support and communications services. The contract was competed and awarded using the GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS).
- This award builds on a 5-year $50M Digital Communications Service BPA awarded to Publicis Sapient this past Fall and their more than a decade of experience supporting the National Cancer Institute’s Office of Communications and Education.
- The Publicis Sapient team was awarded an NIH NCI/OCPL Digital Communications Services bridge contract in early 2020 to avoid a disruption in service, with a focus on planning, designing, developing, testing, implementing, operating, optimizing, maintaining, and supporting: digital strategy; web and social media; other communications platforms (content management systems, PDQ authoring/production and support systems, other new emerging platforms, etc.); software engineering and architecture; and metrics reporting and analysis.
- Led by Group VP and FedHealthIT Impact award winner Denise Antinori and Growth Leader, Stephen Goldstein, Publicis Sapient continues to be a major partner to NIH and HHS and they were one of several firms recently named to a multiple-award BPA to provide the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with a range of Professional IT Program and Technical Services in support of the Strategic Mission Alignment of IT Services initiative.
- Publicis Sapient 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.
Included below is a snapshot of the steady growth in Prime obligations for Publicis Sapient across HHS over the past decade.