SRA Wins $100 Million Medical Research Deal from DoD

SRA International, Inc. (NYSE: SRX) won a deal from the Department of Defense (DoD) on a re-compete “to support the receipt and scientific review of research grant applications for DoD’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP).”

The contract would worth as much as $100 million over five years, if all options are exercised.

“CDMRP plays an important role in supporting disease-specific research, and in addressing the issues faced by our military members and their families, ” said SRA Health Programs Vice President Paul Nedzbala. “SRA fully shares this mission and we are proud that CDMRP will allow us to continue this partnership. By leveraging our scientific expertise, information technology and administrative support, SRA has been able to provide an unsurpassed level of service to CDMRP. Our team is focused on CDMRP’s mission as we make meaningful contributions to advances in important areas of biomedical research.”

You may also be interested in...

William Conley CTO Mercury Systems

Mercury Systems’ William Conley Joins NDIA Central Georgia Chapter Board

William Conley, chief technology officer of Mercury Systems (Nasdaq: MRCY), has been named to the board of directors for the National Defense Industrial Association's Central Georgia chapter. He will serve as a board member for a term of up to six years, Mercury Systems said Thursday.

Cloud IT

DHS Posts $3B Data Center, Cloud Solicitation

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a request for proposals for its indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity Data Center and Cloud Optimization contract worth potentially $3.35B over 10 years.