DLH subsidiary Grove Resource Solutions LLC has been awarded a multiple-award blanket purchase agreement to provide enterprise and specialized IT services to the National Cancer Institute’s Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology.
The contract has a 5-year period of performance. The government estimates the aggregate ceiling for this BPA will total $1.7 billion. In addition to DLH, seven awardees have been named to the contract.
The Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology provides critical IT services in support of NCI. Grove Resource Solutions has supported the center through its enterprise Desktop Management and User Support program since 2018.
“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with CBIIT under this contract vehicle and strive to continue delivering the best-in-class services and solutions the NCI research community has come to expect of GRSi,” said Diane Yarnell, president of Grove Resource Solutions’s health IT business unit.
This BPA provides a streamlined mechanism for the entire NCI community to access comprehensive and innovative IT services. Through Grove Resource Solutions, DLH will act as a prime vendor on this contract and provide NCI with specialized professional IT support to accomplish its complex, mission-critical goals.
“We are proud to build upon our existing relationship with NCI as the institute works tirelessly to improve research, training, and information dissemination with respect to the causes and treatment of cancer,” said DLH President and CEO Zach Parker. “We will utilize our high-end IT and technical capabilities and our industry-leading workforce to support this vital public health mission through digital transformation.”