Indus Corp., partners win National Institutes of Health contract
Indus Corp. is the lead company in an information technology contractor team that recently won a National Institutes of Health contract for information technology services, according to Indus' news release.
Indus' partners on the team are Digital Infuzion and Armedia LLC, the news release states.
Under this 10-year contract, valued up to $20 billion, Indus, Digital Infuzion and Armedia can compete for individual task orders to provide services for biomedical research, health sciences and health care, information technology operations and maintenance, and software development, according to the release.
The contract will allow government agencies to order information technology services while coordinating spending on information technology related to health care, according to the release.
Shiv Krishnan, Indus' chairman and CEO, said the Tysons Corner company was pleased with the contract.
“We are excited about this opportunity," he said in the release.
"Our entire team is highly excited with this award . . .,” Digital Infuzion President and CEO Hemant Virkar said in the release.
Indus is a privately held information technology firm that focuses on government civilian, military, Homeland Security and intelligence contract work.
Digital Infuzion, based in Gaithersburg, Md., is a Small Business Administration-certified, minority-owned provider of information technology for government and commercial clients.
Armedia, which has an office in Newport News, is another minority-owned technology firm specializing in document, case and record management, according to the release.