Special to the Democrat Published 12:10 p.m. ET May 10, 2018
Advanced Systems Design, a Tallahassee-based management consulting firm, received an award for the National Institute of Health’s Chief Information Officers – Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Small Business government-wide acquisition contract for information technology services.
This large contract is administered for the federal government by the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center, and may be used by all federal customers for acquiring IT services. Over the next four to five years, NITAAC expects federal agencies will spend $8 to $10 billion on this contract.
“After passing a highly competitive vetting process, ASD is honored and proud to be included as a supplier on the CIO-SP3 contract,” said ASD President John DuBard. “Our capable and experienced team is ready to offer IT and management solutions to the federal government. We are fully committed to supporting the important missions served by CIO-SP3 customers.”
ASD was founded in Tallahassee in 1979 to serve the state of Florida and surrounding states. Since then the company has grown to serve a national customer base, and today employs over 100 staff located throughout the U.S.
In 39 years of providing solutions, ASD has successfully completed over 500 IT projects at more than 85 government agencies.
For these solutions, ASD has received multiple awards for its technical expertise, commitment to customer satisfaction, and market success. ASD has been named nine times to the prestigious INC. 500/INC. 5000 list for the fastest growing privately held businesses in the U.S., most recently in 2017. Additionally, in March 2018 ASD was selected to the inaugural FSU 100, a list of the fastest growing businesses owned by an FSU alum.