G2X TAKE: SeKON, a woman-owned management and technology consulting firm that specializes in providing large-scale health IT programs in support of Federal Government customers, has been awarded a new 5-year task to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The task, valued at $8.5M, was awarded using CIO-SP3 SB. There were no other bidders.
The CDC Enhanced HIV/AIDS Reporting System (eHARS) is a browser-based, CDC-developed application that assists health departments with reporting, data management, analysis, and transfer of data to CDC. More here.
SeKON’s recent experience with CDC includes serving as Prime on a $28M DHAP IT Systems Development, Maintenance, Enhancement and Support task it was awarded last summer to support the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP), the division charged with the mission of preventing HIV infection and reducing the incidence of HIV-related illness and death.
In addition to their work at CDC, this CIO-SP3 SB and CMS SPARC Prime can lay claim to a broad client base that cuts across the broader Federal Health sector, to include the Defense Health Agency, CMS, NIH and HHS. More here.
Led by CEO, Angela Wilson, SeKON made a number of hires in 2019 to support growth across the Federal Health sector, to include adding former Cerner Exec, Tiphanie Forst as Senior VP for Federal Health Growth; and Theodora Petrakis as Vice President, Strategy and Business Development Operations. We should also note that industry leader Jean Orr took on a new role as Director Growth Operations with the company.
Following its twenty-three year history as a technology consulting firm, SeKON announced last year their new brand identity and the launch of their redesigned website and messaging, http://www.sekon.com.
SeKON, who was ranked #13 last year in the list of Largest Women-Owned Businesses in Greater D.C. was recently named to the updated list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.
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