Lockheed Martin has won a position on a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contract that will expand IT services across the agency and its affiliated groups.
The technology company was awarded the right to compete for task orders in three domain areas: management consulting services; IT Infrastructure; and information management. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract, which is worth up to $5 billion over 10 years, includes a two-year base period followed by four, two-year option periods.
“As a long-term partner to the CDC, Lockheed Martin understands how IT can support the mission of safer, healthier people,” said Lockheed Martin CDC Program Director Jim Young. “From biosurveillance and emergency response to more proactive public health and prevention efforts, we’re excited to help implement the CDC’s health solutions in the U.S. and across the globe.”
The work awarded under contract would continue and expand services Lockheed Martin currently provides under the CDC Information Technology Support Contract. Those services include applications development and maintenance; architectural consultation; business process analysis; administrative and public-health subject-matter expertise; systems engineering; cybersecurity; and infrastructure support.