May 12, 2015 CMA Selected to Participate at National Institute of Health’s (NIH) CIO-CS Program CEO Roundtable

May 12, 2015: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC)

Joe Corini, CMA President and CEO was selected to participate in a CEO Roundtable with Rob Coen [Director of the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC)] at the CIO-CS GWAC Program Kickoff in in Hershey, PA - April 11th through the 13th.

Participating in the roundtable was a representative group of CEOs from the 65 CIO-CS Contract Awardees. Mr. Coen’s objective was to offer an open forum and venue to exchange ideas and actions to drive the “total solution” emphasis of the CIO-CS GWAC.

At the CEO Roundtable, Coen reiterated the NITAAC program’s goal to be “the preeminent ‘go-to’ provider of quality IT products and services to the federal government, enabling agencies to accomplish their missions through the use of innovative government-wide acquisition contracts in an efficient and economical manner”.

“CMA’s strategy is directly aligned with NIH’s overall objective, focus on solutions that address the most pressing and demanding challenges within the Federal Government”. Most notably – Cyber Security; “Solutions”-as-a-Service; Big Data and Analytics; Cloud Computing; and Data Center Transformation” according to comments made at the session by Mr. Corini.

Additionally, CMA is dedicating significant attention to offering solutions to meet the needs of Civilian and DoD organizations to support their governance and compliance requirements, and mandates that overarch their diverse core missions. Each of which rely on IT enabling infrastructures and services.