Triple-i Lands Potential $100M FDA Contract for Web Content Mgmt System Support

Information Innovators IncInformation Innovators Inc. has secured a potential five-year, $100 million contract from the Food and Drug Administration to provide web content management system support services.

Triple-i said Tuesday the new blanket purchase agreement seeks to expand the services the company provided under a previous contract, as well as support and FDA’s efforts to publish data on the internet.

The company added that it will collaborate with FDA centers and offices to help secure and manage the agency’s internet and intranet platforms.

Ted Schmitt, agile development solutions division manager at Triple-i, said the company will also assist FDA with search and application delivery.

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