Unisys Corp. has been selected by the Department of Health and Human Services to provide secure service desk, end user support and infrastructure operations and engineering services to agency’s Office of the Inspector General.
The task order calls for the company to deliver capabilities of its Unisys Digital Workplace Services and the Unisys InteliServe platform for service desk managed services.
Unisys will support the OIG mission to improve HHS programs and operations and protect them against fraud, waste and abuse under the task order. The task order is worth up to $30.5 million and will run up to 4.5 years.
“This new task order with HHS will allow the Office of the Inspector General to leverage Unisys’ proven solutions to support its base of end users,” said Melissa Carson, group vice president for civilian agencies for Unisys Federal. “The capabilities of Unisys’ new, best-in-class service offerings such as InteliServe will allow the agency to accelerate its digital transformation securely and efficiently.”
Awarded under the National Institutes of Health’s Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 IDIQ governmentwide acquisition contract, the task order calls for a 6-month base period, followed by four 1-year option periods.