Vienna, VA., October 15, 2015 – AAC Inc. announces that it has received a CIO-SP3 unrestricted task order award of $7M over three years. AAC with its partner, ESAC Inc., will support the effort of establishing and operating the NIH Biomedical Standards Coordinating Center (BSCC) for the purpose of gathering and providing information, guidance, and links to widely used data related standards and resources for biomedical research. The BSCC is a portion of the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative, a trans-NIH effort where more than 24 Institutes and Centers will be working together to facilitate knowledge extraction from big data, the exploding quantity of biomedical.
Paul Thomas, AAC’s President and CEO stated, “We are honored with this opportunity to make an impact in the scientific community through our commitment to standards, quality, and service. We are pleased to continue our long history supporting the NIH, and are especially eager to help enable the critical NIH mission for our nation and the world.”
AAC has been a long standing partner with NIH supporting their efforts through IT services since 1984.
AAC is a premier Information Technology (IT) service management provider who enables its customers to achieve increased return on investment through consolidation and modernization of their IT operations and infrastructure. AAC conducts quality work in compliance with internationally recognized standards and is an ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management), ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 (IT Service Management), and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 (Information Security) registered company. AAC has been successfully delivering network engineering, unified collaboration, cyber security, and domain specific application development services to the U.S. Federal Government since 1983. AAC is a privately held, veteran owned business headquartered in Vienna, VA. For additional information about AAC Inc., please visit www.aac.com.