Mobility company DMI is among the awardees for a $49 million Department of Health and Human Services contract to provide the Program Support Center with artificial intelligence tools related to business operations.
“We’re thrilled to bring capabilities for multiple advanced technologies, including blockchain, robotics process automation, big data, natural language processing, machine learning and internet of things into this first-of-its-kind contract, positioning DMI at the forefront of federal government modernization initiatives,” said DMI CEO and Founder Sunny Bajaj.
The 5-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for intelligent automation and artificial intelligence was designed to enable PSC and its customers to quickly obtain solutions, products and services. PSC provides shared services for HHS and 23 other agencies.
“DMI is proud to have been a trusted partner to all of the federal executive departments,” said Lana Hadzihasanovic, DMI senior vice president of federal health IT. “Our partnership with HHS spans more than 15 years. We’re excited about this next step in supporting federal agencies to pilot, test and implement innovative AI solutions capable of automating tasks, cutting costs and ultimately transforming the way public sector work is accomplished.”