G2X TAKE: Woman-owned small business The Prospective Group (TPG) with listed capabilities in IT Cloud and Infrastructure Modernization, Program and Project Management, Enterprise Security and Risk Analysis, recently beat out three other bidders to be awarded a 4-year contract with the National Institutes of Health to support its Division of Population Health Research (DiPHR). Work is to include study operations, data collection, management, statistical analysis, reporting and development methodologic packages and software. The contract, valued at $11M, was awarded using GSA MAS.
NIH’s Division of Population Health Research (DiPHR) mission is built on premises to include: Population health research focuses on health and disease outcomes in populations rather than individuals; A life course approach, from gametes through adulthood, is important for studying health and disease; and Hierarchical data are required for measuring environmental exposures affecting individuals, couples, or families. More here.
TPG is an information technology and management consulting firm, providing program, project, and organizational change management for federal government clients. Its subject matter experts and management consultants have worked for the U.S. Government serving in domestic and overseas positions, and have a thorough understanding of its global reach, critical missions and sensitive operating environment. Source: TPG
TPG lays claim to supporting multiple State Department Bureaus and lists the NIH – for whom the team has provided Data Analysis and Statistical Support services - among the Government agencies it serves. See the list here.
TPG is led by Taejean Converti, Owner and President; Paul Converti, Executive Vice President; COO Karen Mummaw; and CSO Percy James Mitchell III.
RFP ID: NIH-NICHD-DIPHR-2022-5
Award ID: 75N94022F00046
Referenced IDV ID: GS00F012AA
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