Awards and contract vehicles
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GSA IT 70
The Federal General Services Administration IT Schedule 70 is the largest and most widely used government acquisition vehicle. As an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract to assist federal, state, local, and tribal governments with procurement of IT products and services.
As a holder of the GSA IT 70, BAO Systems is a pre-vetted small business offering a range of expertise, products, and services.
NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) administers CIO-SP3, an unrestricted Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) multiple award Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) offering a full range of quality contracting services for information technology services and solutions.
As a partner to Buchanan & Edwards, BAO Systems is able to offer comprehensive IT solutions.
MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership
MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership (MCGL) is 5-year, $100 million program funded by USAID that will advance the survival and the health of women, mothers, newborns, and children worldwide.
Led by Jhpiego with its partners Save the Children, the Johns Hopkins University International Vaccine Access Center, The Manoff Group, Quicksand, Matchboxology, BAO Systems, Avenir Health, McKinsey & Company, PACT, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Christian Connections for International Health, and UboraQuality Institute, the consortia is well-equipped to support countries in their journey to self-reliance.
MCGL builds on BAO Systems’ expertise in strengthening health information systems and ensuring that data is available, accessible, and used to drive decision making across health system levels.
Funded by USAID, Data.FI brings together together leaders across the digital health and analytics landscape to harness the power of data to end the HIV epidemic.
Data.FI is led by Palladium in collaboration with a world-class consortium that includes JSI Research & Training Institute, Right to Care, Johns Hopkins University Department of Epidemiology, Cooper/Smith, IMC Worldwide, Jembi Health Systems, and Macro-Eyes.
As a resource partner, BAO Systems brings extensive expertise in HIV/AIDS information systems, systems integration and interoperability, advanced and predictive analytics, and data governance.
RISE is a 5-year global PEPFAR and USAID-funded project aimed at supporting countries to achieve and maintain epidemic control by providing strategic technical assistance and direct service delivery to improve HIV prevention, case finding, treatment programming, and viral load suppression. RISE is led by Jhpiego with its partners ICAP, MSH, ANOVA Health Institute, BAO Systems, JHU Center for Public Health and Human Rights, and Mann Global Health.
As resource partner, BAO Systems brings extensive expertise in HIV/AIDS information systems and DHIS2. BAO Systems will support national, subnational, and site level HIS; linkages between HIS and the private sector; linkages between HIS and drug/supply chain systems, and will serve as the DHIS2 focal partner.