Tysons Corner, Virginia | March 2017
TechnaLink, Inc. (TechnaLink), a woman-owned IT services firm, announced today that the company was awarded a position on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Strategic Partner Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC) contract.
CMS SPARC is a $25 Billion, 10-year IDIQ vehicle established by CMS to provide IT professional services in the following services categories:
Initiation, Concept, and Planning Services
- Requirements Services
- Design Services
- Development Services
- Test Services
- SCA Services
- IV&V Services
- Maintenance Services
- SPARC Support Services
- Data Request Services
The SPARC vehicle provides the broadest opportunity to acquire innovative, cost-effective and efficient solutions for meeting the mission and procurement-level objectives of stakeholders across CMS and HHS. We are honored and extremely excited to receive this award, said AJ Shehadi, TechnaLink’s Vice President of Operations. “SPARC provides TechnaLink a long-term, HHS-wide contracting vehicle through which customers can obtain a wide variety of IT services.”
TechnaLink was awarded a CMS SPARC in the 8(a), woman-owned, and small business tracks.