The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland has awarded TTI a five year Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for Information Technology Research, Application and Web Development Support Services. This BPA includes extensive IT support to NIDA staff for their IT projects, Web and research support, and to maximize customer satisfaction for website operations, web development, programming support, information security, systems and infrastructure administration. In addition, day-to-day, on-site support for their ongoing content maintenance and technical development of websites, web applications, and other web-related services will also be provided.
This is the first BPA that TTI has been awarded by the NIH. The BPA is a simplified method for NIH to fill anticipated and repetitive needs for supplies and services by establishing an agreement between the NIH and vendors that have an established record of providing goods or services to Federal Agencies such as the NIH. TTI’s BPA with NIH reflects a trusted relationship between TTI and the NIH to provide highly qualified personnel and expertise to the NIH programs based on TTI’s years of success supporting other HHS Agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Under this BPA contract, TTI opens a new beneficial partnership with the NIH and its NIDA division, under the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). TTI looks forward to providing NINDS with the IT expertise required to support their projects. TTI hopes this BPA will allow our company to continue fostering relations with our valued customer and support many of their upcoming IT and database service needs.
Team Technology, Inc. (TTI) is a CMMI Level 2, SBA certified small disadvantaged respected Information Technology (IT) solutions provider and systems integrator providing solutions and services to DOJ, FAA and HHS, including NIH and FDA. TTI looks forward to providing the technical support and expertise required utilizing this streamlined tool for services acquisition, and starting a great new partnership with this division at the NIH.