From Executive Mosaic President and Publisher Jim Garrettson
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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up
Dan Allen on CACI’s Deal for Health Data Analyst Emergint Technologies
“The federal government is increasingly requiring high-value solutions to improve healthcare IT practices and systems that will, in turn, contribute to the public health and safety of our nation’s citizens,” said Dan Allen, president and CEO.
CACI will acquire Emergint Technologies, a healthcare data integration firm that aims to help clients achieve interoperability and better exchange information.
Emergint provides data analysis, IT consulting and case and records management to federal customers including the Food & Drug Administration, the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
Mary Ann Hopkins on Parsons’ $300M Engineering BPA
A Parsons Corp. team was added to a $300 million BPA for technical and engineering services with the Energy Department and National Nuclear Security Administration.
Mary Ann Hopkins, group president for government services, said the company has previously provided programmatic and technical support to NNSA program offices.
The team will help NNSA manage programs and provide it with nuclear engineering, training, security management, and other services.
Amy Caro on Northrop’s NIH Bioinformatics, Data Collection IT Contract Win
Northrop Grumman has been awarded a five-year contract with the Institutes of Health to support a bioinformatics and data collection program with IT services.
“Our team will support basic and applied research to prevent, diagnose and treat infectious, immunological and allergic diseases,” said Amy Caro, VP for healthcare information technology programs.
The contract is a recompete from an award Northrop won in 2004 and will involve collecting, analyzing and exchanging scientific data for researchers.
Ed Sheehan on CTC’s Worldwide Pentagon Facility Maintenance Win
Concurrent Technologies will work with the Defense Department to manage military facilities worldwide under a $90 million BPA.
“This contract provides CTC the opportunity to influence programs that impact all of the military services,” said Ed Sheehan, president and CEO.
U.S. military installations include more than 539,000 buildings on close to 29 million acres and are valued at nearly $700 billion.
Work under the BPA will include management, analytical and technical services.