The DPCPSI is charged with developing resources to help identify emerging scientific opportunities and public health challenges across the NIH. Under the terms of the contract, CCSi will provide professional and subject matter expertise in several task areas to support DPCPSI in their efforts to acquire information technology (IT) products and services that help aid in the agencies mission to further medical research.
“As the federal government continues to place a high priority on healthcare and health services, it’s imperative we continue to advance medical research that improves our nation’s health,” said
CCSi will provide support services such as planning, analysis, engineering, design, development, documentation, implementation, operation and maintenance support for projects in all stages of their life cycle. The practice areas include IT services for biomedical research, health sciences, and healthcare; integration services; digital government; and software development.
For this contract, CCSi will partner with
CCSi is a full service business solutions company dedicated exclusively to the federal government. Our mission is to provide end-to-end solutions that help customers in homeland security, veteran affairs, healthcare and defense organizations make a lasting and positive impact on the men and women who serve our country. We do this through business process transformation, program/project management, cyber security & security services, health informatics and services, and enterprise systems engineering. We deliver those services using our proven Quality Management Program based on ISO, CMMI, PMI and ITIL standards and principals to provide a framework for continuous improvement in management, technical and communication processes. For more information about CCSi, please visit www.ccsin.com/.
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