Catapult Technology Announces Membership in Joint Venture

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Catapult Technology, an Information Technology (IT) contractor to the federal government, announces its membership in Catapult Health Technology Group (CHTG), LLC, a joint venture (JV) which was assembled to pursue and win the Chief Information Officers-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) contract vehicle. Catapult is the managing partner in the JV.

With our combined experience and expertise, CHTG can rapidly respond and remain focused on any agency’s information technology goals.

Catapult Technology, an Information Technology (IT) contractor to the federal government, announces its membership in Catapult Health Technology Group (CHTG), LLC, a joint venture (JV) which was assembled to pursue and win the Chief Information Officers-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) contract vehicle.

A 10-year, multiple award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) vehicle with a ceiling of $20 billion, CIO-SP3 enables federal agencies to acquire a wide range of biomed, health sciences, healthcare related IT services, as well as general IT services. The NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) awarded CIO-SP3 to CHTG on May 17, 2012.

The CHTG JV is comprised of: Catapult Technology (managing partner); Atlas Research; Cygnus; Defense Web Technology; DSI; ENC Strategy; MSOL; and The McConnell Group. CHTG also includes 17 subcontractors. Most of these businesses qualify as small disadvantaged, woman-owned, HUB zone, veteran-owned and/or service-disabled veteran-owned.

Details about CHTG's approach to the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle can be found at http://www.ciosp3gwac.com; details about the JV itself can be found at http://www.catapulthtg.com.

“CHTG’s broad-based understanding of today’s complex health care system provides NIH with a versatile, experienced partner to help navigate the global network of interconnected government agencies, private and public providers, and health organizations,” said David Lyons, Executive Vice President, Technology & Management Solutions division, and Chief Technology Officer at Catapult. “With our combined experience and expertise, CHTG can rapidly respond and remain focused on any agency’s information technology goals. We look forward to driving acquisition activity through CIO-SP3 and helping to deliver efficiencies and cost savings associated with the implementation of strategic IT solutions.”

NITAAC is a federal Executive Agent authorized by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to administer GWACs for IT procurement.

About Catapult Technology
Catapult Technology, Ltd. is a leading provider of information technology and management consulting services to the federal government. The firm’s Technology and Management Solutions division serves civilian departments and agencies; its Enterprise Systems division serves defense and intelligence departments and agencies. Catapult was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. It is a DC Capital Partners portfolio company. Learn more at http://www.catapulttechnology.com.

About Catapult Health Technology Group
Catapult Health Technology Group, LLC (CHTG) is a joint venture (JV) with more than $240 million in revenues and more than 1,000 employees in the Washington D.C. metro area. The JV comprises 25 companies. Eighteen 18 firms qualify as small businesses for National American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code 541512. Most of these small business partners also qualify as Small Disadvantaged (SDB), Women Owned (WOSB), HUB Zone, Veteran Owned (VOSB) and/or Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). The total team possesses more than 50 years of health care industry experience. For more information, visit http://www.catapulthtg.com.

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