Mobility and business transformation company DMI announced it has been awarded a prime spot on the National Institutes of Health mission alignment blanket purchase agreement contract vehicle.
The multiple-award BPA will provide NIH with a range of professional IT program and technical services. The award has a 3-year performance period and a ceiling of up to $49 million.
The company is excited to expand on its partnership with the agency to provide business solutions, program and project management, system architecture and design, software development lifecycle management and cybersecurity management and training, said DMI CEO and Founder Jay Sunny Bajaj.
“We’re proud of our trusted 10-year partnership with NIH and look forward to continued support of the NIH mission,” he said.
The Strategic Mission Alignment BPA comes through the NIH Center for Information Technology, which provides the NIH community with a secure and reliable IT infrastructure. These solutions will support CIT as it serves all 27 institutes and centers.