HHS taps Lockheed Martin for $170M in IT contracts
Lockheed Martin has been awarded $170 million in new Health & Human Services (HHS) IT contracts.

The new contracts include $142 million for task orders under the HHS Program Support Center ID/IQ contract, and $28 million for the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Office of Computer and Communications Systems (OCSS) Software Support Services, according to the Besthesda, Md.-based firm.

Under the HHS Program Support Center task orders, the global security company will provide HHS with desktop support services, help desk and call center services, systems administration support and general operations and maintenance, the company said. The consolidated task order has a three-year base period and four one-year options.

For the NIH, Lockheed Martin will provide support in Web and application design and development, database design, infrastructure analysis and planning, network and system operations, information system and network security. The contract has a five-year base period with four one-year options.