Criterion Systems Lands Spot on $20B NIH CIO-SP3 Contract Vehicle

ExecutiveBiz - Criterion Systems Lands Spot on $20B NIH CIO-SP3 Contract Vehicle

Criterion Systems has secured a position on the National Institutes of Health's potential 10-year, $20B Chief Information Officer ““ Solutions and Partners 3 contract vehicle to provide information technology services for commercial and non-commercial items in ten task areas.

Public sector customers may utilize NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center's simplified ordering process to access Criterion Systems' IT services as part of the contract vehicle, the company said Monday.

The ordering period for the award is slated to run through July 14, 2022.

The CIO-SP3 vehicle enables government agencies to award task orders within 30 days, receive assistance from the NITAAC Customer Support Center, expedite delivery orders and evaluate requirements in 24 hours.

Promod Sharma, president and CEO at Criterion Systems, said the company seeks to serve various government agencies and vie for task orders through the CIO-SP3 vehicle.

Criterion Systems provides IT infrastructure operations, cybersecurity and systems engineering services and is based in Vienna, Va.

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