Tritus Technologies Wins NIH CIO-SP3 Award

Tritus Technologies, Inc. is a CTA member of the Evoke Research and Consulting, LLC winning team on the recent National Institutes of Health (NIH) Chief Information Officers Solutions and Partners III (CIO-SP3) prime contract award. The contract is a 10-year government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) with a $20 billion ceiling, under which Tritus will have primary responsibility for services in Task Area 9 “Enterprise Management Systems”, as well as participate in the other 7 Task Areas awarded to Team Evoke.

“We are proud to be part of the Evoke team, and look forward to leveraging our expertise in enterprise architecture, IT service management, and information assurance to serve the government under this vehicle ” said Catherine Lodato, President of Tritus Technologies Inc.

The Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) has 10 task areas including IT services for biomedical research and health care, CIO support, IT operations/maintenance support, infrastructure protection and information assurance, and enterprise management.

“This tightly integrated team enables us to quickly bring to bear the resources necessary to respond to the government’s current and future requirements across multiple domains” said Chris McDonald, Senior Executive Vice President at Tritus.

Since this GWAC enables customers to meet small business goals through set-asides for Small Businesses, CJ Staton, Executive Vice President at Tritus said, “Along with our GSA IT 70 and Seaport-E prime contracts, CIO-SP3 provides government agencies with another vehicle to procure our services.”

About Tritus Technologies, Inc.
Tritus Technologies, Inc., is a Women-Owned Small Business IT firm in Fairfax, VA. Tritus Technologies provides strategic technology consulting to its federal and commercial clients, with expertise in enterprise architecture, application performance, information assurance, ITIL service management, audit compliance, and web user experience.

June 02, 2012

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