Falls Church, VA – March 24, 2014 – Hygeia Solutions Partners (Hygeia), a joint venture between IntelliDyne, LLC, Govplace, Argentys and Earth Resources Technology (ERT), focused on innovative health information technology (IT) solutions, today announced it has received a task order from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The team will assist the Office of Research Services Division of Physical Security Management (DPSM) with full System Development Life-Cycle (SDLC) support across all of NIH’s physical security and emergency management systems and platforms. The task order also provides consolidated program management to oversee security system design, development, installation and integration, as well as operations and maintenance projects. The award is valued at $66.3 million for a base year and six option years. Hygeia is joined in this effort by a team of highly experienced partners, ASG Security, Spatial Systems Associates, Oneida Communications, PURVIS Systems, Inc., Naturespace and Airship.
“We’re proud to support NIH DPSM in strengthening NIH’s physical security and emergency management systems,” said Brian Seagrave, Vice President and General Manager, Govplace Solutions & Services. “The Hygeia team’s knowledge of health IT, security solutions and program management for federal agencies gives us a distinctive advantage when partnering with NIH DPSM to meet the mission.”
The task order is intended to enhance the security and emergency management technology environment for all NIH-owned and leased facilities. The program is designed to enable the rapid design and deployment of security technologies and mitigate risks that are introduced when slow acquisition processes for security-related technology purchases cause delays in implementation. Under the task order, Hygeia will provide services across a variety of security related NIH projects, including:
* Centralized Program and Project Management Services
* Security Technology SDLC Support
* Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services
* Physical Security Information Management Systems (PSIMS) Support
* Emergency Management System (EMS) Support
* Communications Technology Infrastructure Support
“The work being conducted at NIH does not just benefit the United States, but continues to improve the health and lives of individuals throughout the world. As the threats the nation faces become more sophisticated, it is important that our physical security and emergency management systems be up to the task. We’re looking forward to supporting DPSM in nimbly maintaining and continuously improving a secure and safe environment for NIH that promotes its mission and goals,” added Seagrave.
About Hygeia Solutions Partners
Hygeia Solutions Partners is a joint venture formed for the purpose of supporting the CIO-SP3 contract. Our members were chosen for their complementary capabilities across all ten task areas of the CIO-SP3 contract, their desire to commit to making CIO-SP3 the premier GWAC contract and their healthcare/scientific focus. All four member companies, IntelliDyne, LLC, Govplace, Argentys, and ERT, share the vision of Hygeia Solutions Partners as a unified, performance-oriented organization founded on the principles of collaboration, transparency and process-driven management. Learn more at http://hygeiasp.com.
Govplace designs, deploys, and manages enterprise IT services and solutions for the public sector. Govplace leverages technical expertise, public sector experience, government contracts, project methodology and a performance-based contracting model to deliver effective IT solutions and the benefits of cloud computing for government and education. With a core expertise in infrastructure efficiency and service brokerage, Govplace delivers solutions that optimize IT performance, utilization and manageability while reducing operating and infrastructure costs. Govplace also provides solutions in mobility, agile application development, security and cloud computing. Govplace has offices in Reston, VA and Irvine, CA. Visit http://www.govplace.com for more details.