DMI has been awarded a one-year $11 million contract to advance the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH), a function of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), cybersecurity posture and enhance performance, the company reported on Tuesday.
"DMI is excited to build upon our successful track record of program delivery, similar in scope and complexity to the NIH OD cyber modernization initiative, which spans nearly a decade at NIH and 12 years at HHS," said DMI chief executive officer and founder, Jay Sunny Bajaj.
Under the contract, DMI's Cybersecurity Center of Excellence will support the NIH Office of the Director (OD). The company will integrate its cybersecurity roadmap to advance the agency’s security posture.
DMI will work within tasks including, conducting a Cyber Workforce Assessment, delivering a holistic cloud adoption strategy, developing best practices for cyber IT Asset management and evaluating third-party vendor security.
"We look forward to doing our part in supporting NIH with the ability to rapidly respond to public health and biomedical research issues including readiness for the agency's response to the COVID-19 pandemic," Bajaj added.
DMI, a leading end-to-end mobility and business transformation company, combines all of the skills and services necessary to deliver mobile enterprise solutions. Built to reinvent business for the connected world, DMI has expertise in enterprise-strength web and app development, IoT, digital commerce, analytics, brand and marketing, and secure device and app management.
The company's unique, integrated approach to mobility has resulted in its dramatic growth as well as an expanding customer base which has included hundreds of enterprise commercial customers, more than a dozen U.S. Federal Departments and a rapidly growing number of state and local governments.