Non-profits and Companies: Winning Contracts within The U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
Ten non-profit organizations and companies that have been awarded contracts and grants by the United States CDC includes ATCC, Leidos, New Jersey Perinatal Collaboration, Emergent BioSolutions Inc., NTT DATA, OpGen Inc., Synthetic Biologics, Inc., Rutgers University, AT&T, and CSR Incorporated. We have provided details about the companies and non-profit and the contracts won in the attached slide.
METHODOLOGY and deep dive
We have selected 10 companies and non-profits that have won contracts within the CDC. We searched recent press reports for press releases on companies winning major contracts and/or grants with the CDC. We only selected companies that have won contracts since 2016 and provided relevant sources. We have detailed our findings in the attached slide as requested.
The list is as follows:
The ATCC won a $1.1 million contract in 2016 for the support of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES).
Leidos won a $26 million contract in 2017 “to provide logistical support, emergency operations, and program coordination to the Division of Strategic National Stockpiles (Centers for Disease Control).”
The New Jersey Perinatal Collaborative won a $1 million grant over the course of five years and will be used in the collaborative agreement to improve the conditions of babies in Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Wisconsin.
Emergent BioSolutions Inc. was awarded a $26 million contract to continue the supply of Vaccinia Immune Globulin Intravenous (VIGIV), a smallpox vaccine, into the United States Strategic National Supply.
5. NTT DATA
NTT DATA was awarded a $62 million contract to provide Application hosting, File storage, Operations monitoring, Data center support, and Cloud management.
6. OpGen Inc.
OpGen Inc. was awarded an $860,000 contract to fund cloud-based mobile software in low to middle-income countries.
Synthetic Biologics, Inc. was awarded a contract by the CDC which will support research of the placebo study for ribaxamase.
Rutgers was awarded a $300,000 contract over two years to address the deadly yeast Candida auris.
AT&T was awarded a $119 million contract to help the CDC obtain “local area network, in-building cellular coverage and Wi-Fi with a single, fully managed telecommunications solution (AT&T Awarded $119M).”
10. CSR Incorporated
CSR Incorporated was awarded a five-year IDIQ contract from the CDC for their “Rapid Communications Services and Support for Sudden and Ongoing Environmental Urgent and Emerging Issues Technical Assistance Support (CSR Incorporated)” project.
We have provided more details about these companies and contracts/grants in the attached slide.
To wrap up, we have provided a list of ten companies and non-profits that have won contracts from the CDC in the attached slide as requested.