Noblis has been awarded one of five places on the Strategic Technical Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health Talent Support contract, a 5-year, multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity vehicle with a $500 million ceiling.
“As a science and technology nonprofit focused on client missions, Noblis’ outlook aligns with the revolutionary ARPA model in innovation,” said Noblis President and CEO Mile Corrigan. “Our culture of technology-based, solutions-oriented thinking is in sync with the bold ambition of ARPA-H.”
Under this contract administered by the Department of Health and Human Services, Noblis will work with ARPA-H program managers and senior leaders to refine and hone transformational ideas, address oversight and health policy requirements and bring medical breakthroughs and emerging technologies to the broader U.S. market.
“We are excited for the opportunity to help drive new ideas and solutions through ARPA-H,” said Lisa Gardner, vice president of Noblis’ federal civilian solutions mission area. “Noblis’ health domain and ARPA experts bring the know-how to apply innovation, data and science-based solutions now to address future public health challenges.”