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Attain Wins CIO-SP3 Contract

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Attain, a public sector professional services company, has won a contract in the Federal market to support the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) program. CIO-SP3 is a Federal government-wide indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with a ceiling value of up to $20 billion over 10 years.

Through CIO-SP3, Department of Defense and civilian agencies can purchase a wide range of services across 10 task areas to meet health, scientific, administrative, operational, managerial, and information management requirements. The goal of the contract is to provide government agencies the ability to quickly solicit and purchase needed IT solutions and services at reasonable prices.

As a prime contractor, Attain will provide IT services including biomedical research, health sciences, and healthcare; chief information officer (CIO) support; imaging; outsourcing; IT operations and maintenance; integration services; critical infrastructure protection and information assurance; digital government; enterprise management systems; and software development.

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