Computer Sciences Corp. has won a position on a $20 billion governmentwide information technology contract from a National Institutes of Health office, the company announced Monday.
NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center awarded the potential 10-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for federal agencies to acquire IT services.
Mike Gaffney, president of the North American public sector civil group, said that the company has worked with NIH for more than 15 years to provide technical solutions.
Gaffney added that CSC will offer as-a-service, cloud computing and data center consolidation services as the company attempts to leverage its commercial experience into contract orders.
The company will compete for tasks orders to perform work for civilian, federal and defense agencies in areas involving health and biomedical-related IT.
The contract was signed during the first quarter of the company’s 2013 fiscal year.
Agencies can use the Chief Information Officer — Solutions and Partners 3 vehicle to acquire services under the Office of Management and Budget's cloud computing strategy including data center consolidation.