ROUND ROCK, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dell was awarded a task order under the General Services Administration (GSA) Alliant Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) worth more than $100 million. Under the terms of this award Dell will provide support services to the Institute’s domestic and international users which include biomedical researchers, managers and administrative staff. As part of the contract Dell will provide support to the network infrastructure, engineering services, application development, high performance computing, security, business intelligence, cloud computing, mobility and management. A continuation of Dell’s long and valued partnership with NIAID, this contract will help the customer significantly improve operational efficiency, enhance workforce productivity and deliver measurable business value.
As the leading provider of healthcare IT services¹, Dell is bringing its best practices and expertise to the NIAID. With innovative solutions and technology services that address some of the healthcare industry’s most significant information management challenges, Dell is helping to provide federal agencies with effective and efficient IT solutions to help them solve complex problems.
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“As the number one provider of healthcare IT services, according to Gartner¹, we are bringing industry leading knowledge and experience to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. By helping them manage costs with more effective and efficient IT infrastructures, we are also helping to give the NIAID researchers and workers better tools to accomplish their very important mission,” George Newstrom, general manager, Dell Services Federal Government.
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¹Gartner Market Share Analysis: IT Services, Worldwide, March, 2011
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