How to capture more IT business from HHS in FY18

Chris Wiedemann

By Chris Wiedemann, consultant

I have worked with immixGroup’s suppliers and partners on a wide range of federal agencies and their IT requirements and buying patterns. And one department consistently stands out as the most commonly asked about: Health and Human Services (HHS).

Diving into the numbers makes it clear why. At $13.8 billion, HHS’s top line IT budget is several times bigger than other large non-defense agencies. And although most of that money goes straight out the door in the form of grants to state and local agencies, the remainder still makes HHS the largest non-defense IT agency in government.

So how exactly is that money being spent and how can industry get their share? That’s the topic I covered in this month’s webinar: How to Capture More IT Business from HHS in 2018.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • What’s driving IT purchasing across the HHS enterprise, and how you can speak to requirements coming from agency leadership.
  • How new funding flexibility from the Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act is going to impact modernization efforts at the department.
  • Major funded priorities at three of the department’s largest operating divisions: the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

View the webinar on-demand here. And learn more about how immixGroup’s Market Intelligence organization can help you capture more business from HHS or other government organizations.

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