The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded the QED Group a five-year contract to provide technical support and professional services for CDC initiatives around the world.
CDC awards QED group global tech, operations support contract
QED, an international development firm based in Washington, stated in a news release that it is the first time the company has worked with the CDC.
The contract, which has a $250 million ceiling value, will support the CDC's efforts to implement global health programs that aim to prevent HIV infection and improve care to people affected by the virus. QED professionals will act as consultants for the project, according to the release.
In a separate news release, QED said it plans to hire consultants with experience in data management informatics, information technology, and operational and management services as well as those who have disease-specific expertise.
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