Silver Spring, MD August 29, 2017 – The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry and the National Center for Environmental Health (ATSDR/NCEH) awards the re-compete contract for their Office of Financial, Administrative and Information Services (OFAIS) Program Management Support to AMDEX under their CIMS Contract with CDC.
The four-year contract, will entail key objectives; improved Enterprise Life Cycle (EPLC) program and performance management; information resource governance, and information systems and data security for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) OFAIS Chamblee Campus in Chamblee, Georgia. AMDEX supports various stakeholders at the Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry and the National Center for Environmental Health (ATSDR/NCEH). Our services will continue to contribute to ASTDR/NCEH operations, reduce cost, and produce benefits through efficient management methods and EPLC compliance.
“AMDEX is honored by the continuing confidence CDC has placed in us, providing us the opportunity to partner with them for another four-years,” said Ms. Devinder Singh, AMDEX President and CEO.
About AMDEX Corporation:
AMDEX Corporation is a leading IT solutions and business strategy consulting firm focused on providing solutions that enable Federal agencies to deliver on the promise of Transformation. We transform Government operations by dependably bridging the gap between business strategy and mission success. We envision technology as an efficient, economical means to an end and are dedicated to crafting the solutions that result in an increasingly interoperable, responsive, and cost-effective government. AMDEX Corporation provides services and solutions in Strategic Business Transformation, Software Systems Modernization, Enterprise Information Management, Cybersecurity, Healthcare IT, and Federal Financial Management. AMDEX Corporation is a women owned minority-owned, small business.