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IntelliDyne JV Awarded NIH Engineering Task Order; Tony Crescenzo Comments

healthcare-systemIntelliDyne has been awarded a potential five-year, $48.5 million task order through its Hygeia Solutions Partners joint venture to help four health and information technology organizations carry out engineering and integration work.

The consulting firm said Wednesday the partnership with Govplace, Ariadne Genomics and Earth Resources Technology received the order under the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle, awarded by a National Institutes of Health office.

“This award expands our footprint from serving veterans’ healthcare needs at military healthcare IT to supporting the important mission of National Institute of Health, ” said Tony Crescenzo, IntelliDyne CEO.

Hygeia Solutions partners will also work with the National Library of Medicine, Center for Information Technology and Division of Enterprise and Custom Applications in areas such as planning and integration support.

The joint venture was formed specifically for the CIO-SP3 governmentwide acquisition contract, IntelliDyne said.

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