Suntiva won 16 awards last quarter, worth an estimated $36 million, 13 of which were new orders at the Food and Drug Administration through the FDA Integrated Services blanket purchase agreement, supporting various offices and centers at the agency, according to Mark Day, senior vice president for civilian sector at Suntiva.
Additionally, Suntiva received several awards with the National Institutes of Health, including new programs at three institutes, where the company hadn’t previously worked directly. It will also be supporting the HHS Administration for Children and Families Office of the Chief Information Officer for the first time ever.
“Suntiva is honored to be trusted to partner with HHS to support their public health mission during a time when their contributions to our country’s health and safety remain paramount,” said Jordan Parsons, Suntiva HHS account director.
“The workforce transformation services and adoption management solutions we’ve been hired to deliver will be critical to help dedicated HHS staff and leadership work more effectively, cohesively, and efficiently on both individual and mission-related challenges,” Parsons said.