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Project Performance wins NIH contract


The National Institutes of Health recently awarded a 10-year contract worth up to $20 billion to Project Performance Corporation, which is part of the AEA Group. The contract is part of the agency's Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 Governmentwide Acquisition Contract.

Awarded by the agency's Information Acquisition and Assessment Center, the contract calls for indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity. Under the terms of use, PPC can compete for individual task orders from all federal agencies that need IT solutions and services.

"We are thrilled to be able to expand our level of support to federal government agencies, helping them to maximize their technologies, achieve their missions, and deliver services to their constituents," said Gregg Melanson, PPC's CIO-SP3 program manager and vice president, Government Information Technology Solutions & Services.

PPC has more than 20 years of experience working with the technology issues of the federal government. Its IT support services cover all CIO-SP3's 10 task areas, including health sciences and healthcare, imaging, biomedical research, and IT operations and maintenance.