DMI has won the recompete for the Cybersecurity Modernization II Initiative for the National Institutes of Health Office of Director Office of Information Technology contract.
Worth $24 million over three years, the win will build on DMI’s two previous contracts with the NIH OD to provide cybersecurity modernization services.
“This win validates the National Institute of Health’s confidence in DMI’s capacity to deliver high-quality, strategic cybersecurity services,” said DMI Chief Operating Officer Rocky Thurston. “We look forward to providing continued support for these high priority cross-cutting capabilities needed to support all of NIH.”
DMI is helping modernize NIH OD IT’s cybersecurity posture increase security and enhance performance. The span of work includes industrial control systems modernization, enterprise asset management, third-party vendor management, organization change management and cloud assessment and authorization.