ROCKVILLE, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- GlobalNet Services, Inc. (GNSI) announced that it has been awarded a new task order by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide operations and maintenance support for the FDA Enterprise Document Management Platform System. GNSI drew upon its extensive experience in the field of knowledge and content management and proposed a comprehensive support solution for the FDA. The 5-year award is valued at $28.8 million.
The FDA’s current enterprise search framework is based on EMC Documentum® and eRoom®, and Captiva InputAccel® commercial off-the-shelf products. First implemented by the FDA in 1995, EMC Documentum is now the Agency standard for creation, management, delivery, and archival of all types of content, including collaboration, records, web content, and documents.
Honored by the contract award, GNSI’s President and CEO, Ori Reiss, commented, “We have supported the FDA’s mission to protect the public’s health in many ways since 1995 and are honored to have been entrusted with the support of this important content management system.”
The task order, issued under the Enterprise Lifecycle Management Systems (ELMS) vehicle, will include operations and maintenance of the products, components, contents, databases, migrations, and upgrades that fall under the current Enterprise Document Management Platform. It also includes development of new or additional features and capabilities in the current Enterprise Document Management Platform.
Founded in 1995, GlobalNet Services, Inc., is a fast-growing, award-winning information technology firm located in Montgomery County, Maryland. GNSI is a premier provider of software engineering, enterprise search solutions, business intelligence, systems engineering and integration services, remote and telework solutions, geospatial information systems, portals and CMSs, and hosting and cloud services. Committed to delivering quality software and systems products, on time and within budget, GlobalNet Services accomplishes this through CMMI® Maturity Level 3 processes and efficient development. The company is the recipient of several awards including the Washington Technology Fast 50 Award, Maryland Innovator of the Year, and Excellence in Government Award. GlobalNet Services has received multiple recognition awards from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and its Google Search Services have been named Trend Setting Product of the Year by KMWorld for two consecutive years. Most recently, GNSI was named as a 2012 Best Run Company by SmartCEO Magazine.
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Chuck Kramer, Vice President of Health Systems
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