Atlas Research, with eKuber Ventures, has secured a $20 billion Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business (CIO-SP3 SB) contract to provide federal government agencies with information technology (IT) solutions and services.
“We are excited to bring our suite of digital services and technology solutions to a variety of federal agencies,” said Young Bang, Atlas Research chief growth officer. “Atlas can help chart digital transformation journeys that enhance customer experiences and accelerate the adoption of software, data, and cloud solutions in the rapidly evolving digital landscape.”
Under the Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, Atlas research and eKuber will provide IT services for biomedical research, health sciences and healthcare; CIO support; imaging; outsourcing; and IT operations and maintenance.
In addition, Atlas Research will support integration services; critical infrastructure protection and information assurance; digital government; enterprise resource planning; and software development.
Atlas will support federal IT innovation by providing its digital and technology services, including digital strategy and transformation, human-centered design, data analytics and artificial intelligence, modern software development and cloud solutions.
“Congratulations to the joint Atlas and eKuber team,” said Ajay Srivastava, president of eKuber Ventures Inc. “Together, we can bring federal customers end-to-end solutions in emerging technologies and concepts like SAFe, DevSecOps, Block Chain, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and RPA around data, cyber security and digital modernization.”
About Atlas Research
Atlas Research provides mission-driven services to the federal government to help overcome its most pressing challenges in health care. Our work positively impacts vulnerable populations, tests innovative interventions to support critical patient groups, energizes communities to help address societal problems, provides essential training programs around emerging needs, and promotes interagency collaborations and public-private partnerships to improve care delivery and health system performance.