DRT Strategies Awarded CDC Contract for Web, IT & Graphics Support

websiteDRT Strategies has received a 29-month, $3.9 million contract from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for web, information technology and graphics support services.

DRT Strategies said Monday it will redesign and modernize CDC’s websites to include social media, data visualization, mobile apps and collaboration sites to help support communication within the public health community.

“This contract builds off of two other recent wins at CDC and further expands our presence within the health IT market,” said Dave Cogar, DRT Strategies president.

CDC awarded the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support contract for services to support public health at all levels and works to help advance U.S. public health agency and system performance, capacity, agility and resilience.

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