GRSi will provide information technology services to a National Institutes of Health facility located in Bethesda, Maryland, under a potential $96 million contract.
The company said Thursday it will help the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute manage, configure and secure enterprise systems supporting the center’s medical research work.
Work under the five-year contract also covers on-demand computing, big data storage, analytics and scientific mission support to NHLBI, other NIH-operated institutes and research partners.
“As with the other nine Institutes we support at NIH, with our hundreds of resources there, NHLBI’s mission is critical to the country and the world,” said Diane Yarnell, executive vice president and chief of staff at GRSi.
“We look forward to the next five years of delivering innovations in support of their demanding mission, and making a direct positive impact for their Institute, and so many other research organizations that use their infrastructure and applications.”