July 03, 2012
FALLS CHURCH, Va., July 3 — CSC announced today that it is one of 54 companies awarded an information technology (IT) services and "as a service" solutions contract by the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC). The Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3), an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC), has a 10-year performance period with an estimated ceiling value of $20 billion for all awardees. The contract was signed in the first quarter of CSC fiscal year 2013.
"CSC has a 15-year legacy of working with the National Institutes of Health to provide world-class technical solutions to federal agencies," said Mike Gaffney, president of CSC's North American Public Sector Civil Group. "Our as a service, cloud and data center consolidation solutions leverage CSC's proven commercial experience, enabling government agencies to achieve increased operational effectiveness and cost efficiencies while focusing on mission goals."
Under the terms of the agreement, CSC will compete for tasks to provide a broad range of service solutions for federal, civilian or Department of Defense agencies to meet their IT requirements. These include health and biomedical-related IT services for scientific, administrative, operational, managerial and information management requirements.
Customers can use the contract vehicle to procure services that address the Office of Management and Budget's "Cloud First" strategy, which includes data center consolidation, cloud computing solutions and cybersecurity. CSC is also eligible to provide integration services, CIO support, outsourcing, digital government and enterprise resource planning for business transformation and system modernization.
For the past 10 years, CSC has performed work under NITAAC's predecessor contract, CIO-SP2i. The company was also a contractor for the center's first GWAC, CIOSP, awarded in 1996. CSC's team members, a combination of small business and large entities, have provided supplementary skills and expertise under these contracts. For more information, visit csc.com/public_sector/ds/11237/84406-cio_sp_3.
About CSC's North American Public Sector
As a go-to partner for critical national programs, CSC offers thought leadership, specialized skills and innovative services in critical areas for government clients. Leveraging a global footprint in both private and public sectors, and experience gained from serving almost every U.S. government agency, CSC's North American Public Sector (NPS) brings innovative ideas and proven best practices to help the U.S. government meet mission-critical requirements. For more information about CSC's government solutions, visit www.csc.com/government.
CSC (NYSE: CSC) is a global leader in providing technology-enabled business solutions and services. Headquartered in Falls Church, Va., CSC has approximately 98,000 employees and reported revenue of $15.9 billion for the 12 months ended March 30, 2012. For more information, visit the company's website at www.csc.com.
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