NetImpact Strategies Wins Program Support Center (PSC) IDIQ Contract

Kavita Kalatur, NetImpact Strategies

Kavita Kalatur, NetImpact Strategies

NetImpact Strategies, Inc. (NetImpact) was awarded a five-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by the Program Support Center (PSC) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NetImpact’s core capabilities in Strategy, Business Management, and Business Transformation are well aligned to support the Policy Analysis, Program Assessments, Data Analyses, and Evaluation Study scope of this IDIQ. This IDIQ is an additional vehicle for NetImpact’s federal customers to access our services.

“NetImpact brings functional experience concentrated at the nexus of program management and analysis capabilities which coupled with a vehicle like the PSC IDIQ accelerates our long term growth strategy. Our customers now have more avenues to avail of our services in an expedient and cost effective manner,” said Kavita Kalatur, President and CEO of NetImpact.

The PSC IDIQ is a fee-for-service, shared services agency providing procurement support for all federal agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD). The PSC IDIQ is a five year vehicle (with a five year option) with a $500M ceiling to support a diverse range of requirements through quick turnaround task order contracts. This IDIQ offers NetImpact customers many benefits, including competitive, pre-negotiated rates; support for Time and Materials, Labor Hour, Cost Reimbursement and Firm Fixed Price efforts; quick turnarounds for critical agency requirements; and low fees based on the level of service selected.

Headquartered in Northern Virginia, NetImpact delivers value and measurable results through their expertise and innovation across the federal Civilian and DoD sectors. NetImpact provides practical Enterprise IT Solutions, Business Management and Business Transformation services that accelerate client mission accomplishment. NetImpact is a SBA 8(a) participant and an Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB).

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