NCI Secures Position on HHS AI Contract; Paul Dillahay Quoted

Jeff Brody
Paul Dillahay

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 05, 2019 — NCI Information Systems will bid for task orders under a five-year, $49M contract to help the Department of Health and Human Services modernize business processes and systems through the use of intelligent automation and artificial intelligence technology, ExecutiveGov reported July 25.

The company plans to utilize its government-focused AI framework, Shai, in support of modernization efforts at the department, NCI said in a July 25 press release.

“Having worked closely with HHS teams for nearly 20 years, we have a deep understanding of the invaluable services they provide and the extraordinary challenges they face,” said Paul Dillahay, president and CEO at NCI and a former Wash100 winner.

“Over the past two years, we have gathered leaders in commercial AI as exclusive and strategic partners to enable us to scale humans and shift the workforce from low-value to high-value tasks.”

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