CDC Awards DB Consulting Group, Inc. $78 Million Task Order

ATLANTA (June 15, 2012) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded DB Consulting Group, Inc. (DB) a CDC Information Management Services (CIMS) information services support for National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) task order award. Valued at more than $78 million, the five-year contract (base year with four option years) calls for DB to provide level of effort (LOE) contractor staffing for a broad range of information technology and related public health services in support of NCCDPHP operations and programs.

“We are excited about this new opportunity to work with CDC,” said DB’s Vice President, Strategic Solutions Shawn Boyd. “This task order not only allows DB to strengthen its partnership with CDC, but also showcases our health expertise. We look forward to supporting the NCCDPHP’s efforts to promote health and well-being through the prevention and control of chronic disease.”

DB has teamed with Northrop Grumman to perform the task order.

About DB Consulting Group, Inc.
Headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, DB Consulting Group, Inc. (DB) is a small disadvantaged business (SDB) that has been delivering innovative, yet practical, solutions to government and commercial clients for more than a decade. DB’s expertise spans multiple arenas, including aeronautics, defense, education, health, homeland security, housing, justice, and social programs. DB’s core capabilities include: information technology and security; health and clinical services, including program planning and development, research and policy studies, health communications and social marketing, and health informatics; program management and support; peer review and grants management; research and evaluation; training and technical assistance; systems development and operations; communications services; and conference and meeting logistics. DB employs more than 400 professionals.

If you are an incumbent employee currently working on this CDC task, check out the links below.

  • For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, click here.
  • To view DB’s NCCDPHP brochure, click here.
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