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Danya’s efforts earn $103 million contract extension from CDC

Last week, Danya International announced that it has been awarded a contract to continue its performance in operating the National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which provides the latest information, resources, and technology focused on preventing HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, STDs, and tuberculosis. The contract is worth $103 million.

Under the contract, Danya will expand the current team working with NPIN to enhance services in the areas of networking, education, mobilization, capacity building, and system monitoring, among others. All will help NPIN continue to progress in its ultimate goal of connecting partners in public health through collaborative communications.

“Being on the team that is working to reduce the rate of new HIV infections and the spread of other infectious diseases is a top priority at Danya, ” company CEO Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman said. “We are gratified that our commitment and excellent past performance has been rewarded with the opportunity to continue supporting the objectives of the CDC and NPIN while building upon our prior successes to expand the program’s powerful influence and effectiveness.”

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