MCLEAN, Va. (PRWEB) February 19, 2019
IronArch Technology has been awarded a place on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Business and Professional Support Services II IDIQ contract. Awarded through the NIH Office of Logistics and Acquisition Operations (OLAO), this vehicle was designed to provide agencies with a set of pre-vetted contractors for Financial Analysis, Business Solutions, and Acquisition Lifecycle Support; Business Process Improvement and Organizational Assessment; Communication and Training; Program Planning and Management Services; Supply Chain Management Asset Management; and Policy Development, Implementation, and Administration System Integration Work.
IronArch, awarded the contract as a SDVOSB and Small Business, brings a deep expertise in developing financial management and business process systems for more efficient and transparent administration. The company provides cloud engineering, data center consolidation, digital transformation, high performance computing, and financial management support to a variety of government customers.
“We are thrilled to expand our work into NIH,” said Joe Punaro, President of IronArch. “Our team is ready to take the financial management and business process work we’ve done with our government customers and apply it to the unique needs of NIH and other HHS agencies.”
This acquisition is the follow-on to the NIH Business and Professional Support Services (NIHBPSS) contract. It has a ceiling value of $45M. Learn more about NIHBPSS on the contract website here, or refer to the contract’s fact sheet here.
A Best Place to Work three years running and INC 5000 recipient for being one of the fastest growing businesses in the United States, IronArch is a federal consulting firm with the people, processes, and infrastructure to help clients accelerate change and transform their organizations. A Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), we are routinely called upon by clients to assist them with cloud engineering, data center consolidation, digital transformation, high performance computing, and financial management challenges. Learn more at http://www.ironarchtechnology.com.