IntelliDyne, LLC, an Enterprise Infrastructure Management IT consulting firm, announced today that it has received an estimated $48.5 million major task order award through its Hygeia Solutions Partners joint venture partnership.
Through the task order, IntelliDyne will provide technology solutions to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Library of Medicine (NLM), Center for Information Technology (CIT) and the Division of Enterprise and Custom Applications (DECA).
The estimated award amount is for its base year plus four option years, the company said.
“As trusted advisors in the Healthcare IT Enterprise Management space, IntelliDyne has built a strategic arsenal of institutional knowledge, expertise in deploying operationally-efficient solutions in order to provide an ‘Above & Beyond’ client experience,” said Tony Crescenzo, CEO of IntelliDyne. “This award expands our footprint from serving veterans’ healthcare needs at Military Healthcare IT to supporting the important mission of the National Institutes of Health. We look forward generating positive business impact that enhances the agency’s mission. We are committed to helping NIH serve citizens and their communities.”
Hygeia Solutions Partners, which consists of IntelliDyne, LLC, Govplace, Ariadne Genomics and Earth Resources Technology (ERT), received the award under the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle task order for Systems Engineering and Systems Integration Support from the National Institutes of Health.
IntelliDyne will provide engineering and integration support services consisting of planning, analysis, engineering, design, development, documentation, implementation, training, administrative and integration support for DECA projects in various stages of their life cycle.