Business transformation company Suntiva has been awarded a National Institutes of Health prime contract during the on-ramp for CIO-SP3 Small Business.
This IDIQ has 26 months remaining in the 10-year ordering period (2022), plus an additional 60 months to complete tasks orders and options (2027). CIO-SP3 SB enables federal agencies to obtain a broad range of mission-critical IT services from Suntiva.
Suntiva President and CEO Dr. Hany Malik said the contract win “represents the next step in the maturation of our proprietary transformation solutions and what we’ve been working toward over the last several years.”
“As always, we are committed to providing high-quality and sustainable IT services and solutions to help our federal customers solve their most complex, mission-driven challenges,” he added.
CIO-SP3 SB has a ceiling of $20 billion and offers flexible contract types and the ability to award in modular increments and incorporate performance-based features. CIO-SP3 SB allows for streamlined planning, acquisition and deployment of large-scale IT program requirements while helping federal agencies meet a variety of socio-economic goals.