IMPRES Technology Solutions, Inc. has been awarded a prime contract on CIO-CS by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This 10-year, $20B Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) focuses on Information Technology products and services throughout the federal government.
IMPRES’ CIO-CS contract, along with their joint-venture SEWP V GWAC contract, along with their 8(a), HUBZone, and Small Disadvantaged Business classifications provide their expanding customer-base with anther contract vehicle to support their missions.
CIO-CS, which replaces NIH’s ECS-3 contract, will provide a broad scope of Information technology products across seven product categories: (1) End-User Hardware Commodities, (2) End User Software Commodities, (3) IT Security Software Commodities, (4) Enterprise Performance management Tools, (5) Health & Biomedical Research IT Capabilities, (6) On-Premise Infrastructure, (7) Infrastructure & Platform as a Service.
“IMPRES is proud to have been selected as a prime contractor on CIO-CS. We have already geared up our teams significantly and are ready to support our customers,” remarked Steve Ridgeway, Vice President of Sales.