IDIQ Contract to Provide HHS Divisions and Programs with Access to Apprio’s Award-Winning Professional and Technical Services
Washington, D.C., July 13, 2015 — Apprio, a leading provider of specialized technology solutions, particularly for the health, defense and homeland security markets, today announced it received a multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quality (IDIQ) contract to support the Program Support Center (PSC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contract has a five-year base period of performance and includes one five-year extension option. The contract maximum for the entire period of performance, including any options, for the placement of orders is $500 million.
The work includes services in the areas of policy assessments and analysis, program assessments, evaluation design studies and data collection, performance measurement, technical assistance, data analysis, document translation, production and distribution of publications, and website support work.
“In my experience, PSC contract recipients tend to be committed to solving the challenges in the federal health space. They tend to be the most experienced and talented contractors,” said Darryl Britt, Apprio president. “When the contract came up for recompete this year, we were excited to have the opportunity to respond. We look to continue to expand our relationships with HHS through this award and look forward to providing support on some of the most interesting and compelling projects in the entire health domain.”
This Apprio team will provide HHS with access to a broad range of subject matter and technical experts in the health and health science fields who are ready to help advance a variety of important health programs.
Apprio is a provider of specialized technology solutions, particularly for the health, defense and homeland security markets. The company provides innovative IT and program services in healthcare IT, emergency response management and financial management. Apprio delivers the methodologies, discipline and thought-leadership provided by the large integrators, with the cost structure and collaboration offered by smaller firms.