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CDC Selects 5 Firms for $150M Global Health Center Data, Technical Assistance BPA

patient care health recordThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded positions on a five-year, $150 million blanket purchase agreement to five contractors for technical assistance and scientific services to support studies and programs carried out by the CDC’s Center for Global Health.

Awardees will compete for task orders to provide technical assistance, scientific services, health data analytics and other program activities to the CGH for the center’s collaborations with other CDC field offices, private businesses,  international government agencies and other public health organizations.

CDC expects to award several task orders via the Global Data and Technical Assistance BPA work in different countries or regions that require concurrent performance, the agency said in a statement to GovCon Wire.

CDC provided GovCon Wire this list of prime awardees for the BPA:

  • Abt Associates
  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH)
  • ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI)
  • John Snow Inc.
  • LMI

The agency listed the vehicle’s nine domain areas as:

  • Auxiliary and support services
  • Business Services
  • External monitoring and auditing of implementation science studies
  • Health economics and finance
  • Health information systems and data management
  • Monitoring and evaluation of health programs and systems
  • Programmatic activities
  • Surveillance, surveys, statistics, modeling and epidemiologic investigations
  • Training

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