DRC to Help NIH Manage Enterprise IT Systems; Jim Regan Comments

StethescopeonKeyboardDynamics Research Corp. has won an $11.4 million contract to evaluate and manage information technology projects for the National Institutes of Health.

DRC won the potential five-year task order through the Chief Information Officer—Solutions and Partners 3 vehicle, the company said Tuesday.

CIO-SP3 is valued at up to $20 billion to all awardees over 10 years.

Jim Regan, DRC chairman and CEO, said this is the first task order the company has won under CIO-SP3.

Regan added the company aims to help public sector customers manage IT investments and achieve their missions by using technology.

The company will provide verification, validation and risk management services to NIH’s enterprise IT systems project management team.

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