Washington, DC – Tantus Technologies, Inc. (Tantus) has been selected by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as an awardee for the agency’s Chief Information Officer ‐ Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Government‐Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC).
Under the contract, Tantus is able to compete for Task Orders from Federal agencies to provide a wide range of services that support Federal IT initiatives including: IT services for biomedical research, CIO support, program management operations and maintenance, integration services, critical infrastructure support, and software development.
The contract, administered by NIH’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC), is a 10‐year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract valued up to $20 billion for all awardees. The CIO‐SP3 GWAC is available to all Federal agencies that need IT solutions and services, including the Department of Defense.
“As a current NIH contractor, we are very excited to have the opportunity to expand our support of programs designed to improve the health of the nation, by providing IT services that assist in conducting and supporting research efforts,” said Buck Keswani, Tantus‘ Chief Executive Officer.
Tantus‘ core offerings include information security and privacy, financial management, program management, and technical solutions. Most recently, the company has seen a dramatic increase in the need for these services in the healthcare environment. Tantus has supported NIH since 2009, providing information assurance services such as continuous monitoring, vulnerability testing, and risk assessments.