Support services contract
National Institute of Mental Health Taps GRSi for IT, Business Support
The National Institute of Mental Health has awarded technical and engineering services provider GRSi a four-year contract for program management, end-user information technology support services and business intelligence and reporting development services.
GRSi will deploy subject matter experts who will enhance NIMH’s customer experience and IT service delivery. The experts will also support the agency’s efforts to evolve business intelligence and reporting capabilities to enable data-driven decision-making, GRSi said Tuesday.
Diane Yarnell, executive vice president and chief of staff at the Bethesda, Maryland-based company, said the contract will allow GRSi to integrate support services across the NIMH’s Information Technology Branch. She shared that the company’s IT operations and cybersecurity team has been supporting the mental health agency since 2021.
GRSi offers IT infrastructure modernization, software engineering, technology assessment and multi-tier IT service management. It has offices in Maryland and South Carolina.
The National Institute of Mental Health is a federal agency that performs research on mental disorders. It also provides information about various mental health issues, including anxiety disorders, suicide prevention, bipolar disorder, depression and autism.
Category: Federal Civilian
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