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DMI to Provide Application Hosting Monitoring Services to CDC

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DMI to Provide Application Hosting Monitoring Services to CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded Virginia-based digital transformation services provider DMI a contract for on-site application hosting and monitoring services.

Under the On-Premises Application Hosting contract, DMI will deliver software and data management enhancements to applications, giving the CDC better tools to promote health and quality of life. Pankil Patel, vice president of public health and human services at DMI, said the company’s expertise will ensure systems and data availability and accessibility for the CDC.

Services will be delivered at CDC data centers in Atlanta, DMI said Thursday.

The $27 million contract builds on the CDC’s digital modernization-related moves in 2023, which include executive moves and contracts made by other companies.

In August, the agency appointed Niall Brennan as senior adviser to the CDC director, specializing in data modernization initiatives. One of Brennan’s expected tasks is to help CDC Director Mandy Cohen execute a potential multi-year, $1 billion data modernization initiative that includes systems resilience and decision-making enhancements.

In January 2023, Accenture Federal Services awarded Leidos a subcontract to provide application rationalization, project initiation and planning, cloud modernization and application sustainment and modernization to the CDC.

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