Excella wins $20B federal contract for IT services
Arlington tech firm awarded contract from National Institutes of Health Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center
Arlington-based software and information technology management company Excella announced Wednesday it was awarded a contract worth up to $20 billion from the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC).
“We pride ourselves on our industry-leading expertise in modernizing IT across the federal government,” Excella co-founder and CEO Burton White said in a statement. “This new contract gives more federal partners access to our innovative and reliable solutions for years to come.”
NITAAC is authorized by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to administer three Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) to acquire IT products and services for all federal agencies.
Under the 10-year Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) contract, Excella will provide IT services for biomedical research, health sciences and health care. The company will also offer chief information officer support, imaging, outsourcing, IT operations and maintenance, integration services, critical infrastructure protection and information assurance, enterprise resource planning and software development.
“We look forward to furthering our work as a trusted adviser to the federal government and continuing to help agencies with their digital transformation needs,” Excella Chief Operating Officer Sandy Gillespie said in a statement.
Excella was founded in 2002 and specializes in agile transformations, modernizing IT systems and artificial intelligence.