This award is a testament to Octo’s commitment to the NIH mission and its need for a strong and agile enterprise architecture
McLean, VA (PRWEB) December 18, 2011
Octo Consulting Group, a leading provider of technology and management consulting services to the Federal government, today announced that it has won a three (3) year $15M Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract in support of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Enterprise Architecture Program. The scope of the contract includes a wide range of services to support the Office of the Chief Architect within the Office of the CIO including Service Oriented Architecture Support, Business Architecture and Subject Matter Expertise, Technical Architecture Support, Enterprise Performance Life Cycle (EPLC) Support, EA Administration, Data Governance Support, and other IT Management Consulting services.
Octo Consulting Group has been supporting the National Institutes of Health since 2009, starting with assessing NIH’s maturity with Service Oriented Architecture, and moving to helping the NIH build out the processes needed to support enterprise SOA. This included helping with SOA governance and helping to establish solution architecture. Most recently, Octo has been helping the NIH establish a target-state direction for Cloud Computing and Unified Communications.
“This award is a testament to Octo’s commitment to the NIH mission and its need for a strong and agile enterprise architecture.” said Jay Shah, Executive Vice President, Octo Consulting Group. “By bringing subject matter expertise together with deep domain experts, Octo has been able to serve the NIH Enterprise Architecture Program with a strong combination of skills. A key to our success has been to adapt to the needs of the enterprise, most recently focusing on shared services for cross-institute collaboration.”