Technology and consulting services provider SRA International has won a contract with the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Program Support Center, PSC, to provide support services to HHS and other federal government agencies.
SRA is one of several contractors on the contract, which has a ceiling value of $250m over five years.
SRA said it will support PSC in the areas of policy and program assessment, evaluation design, performance measurement, technical assistance, data management and analysis, and web site and publications development.
SRA’s team includes Banyan Communications, Chickasaw Nation Industries, The Cloudburst Group, and MDB.
Paul Nedzbala, vice president and director for public health programs division at SRA, said: PSC is a core resource for helping HHS and other agencies gain access to a broad range of subject matter experts and services to help them meet their program and mission objectives. SRA looks forward to offering broad program support capabilities and deep domain expertise to help PSC advance a variety of important health programs.
Other US government deals the company has won recently includes a $40m contract to provide systems engineering and program support to the US Navy and other defense agencies. It also won a five-year $117m contract from the US General Services Administration’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center to provide infrastructure and software support services to the Government Accountability Office.