Award Provides For 10-year IDIQ to Delivery IT Services to the Federal Government
Arlington, Virginia, May 13, 2020 – Excella, a pioneer in Agile technology solutions in the D.C. area, announced it was awarded the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3), Small Business Federal government-wide indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. Excella received the award under the Successful Offeror Award notification.
“We pride ourselves on our industry-leading expertise in modernizing IT across the federal government,” said Burton White, Co-founder and CEO, Excella. “This new contract gives more federal partners access to our innovative and reliable solutions for years to come.”
Through this contract, Excella was selected to provide a wide range of IT services spanning across ten task areas, including: IT Services for 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 Resource Planning; and Software Development.
The contract ceiling is slated for $20 billion and is considered a “best-in-class” vehicle by OMB. It gives agencies great flexibility and performance-based features to save agencies both time and money.
“We look forward to furthering our work as a trusted advisor to the federal government and continuing to help agencies with their digital transformation needs,” said Sandy Gillespie, COO, Excella.
Excella has over 18 years of experience successfully leading Agile Transformations, modernizing legacy IT systems, and delivering artificial intelligence solutions to leading organizations, federal agencies, and non-profits.