DMI wins 5-year NIH contract

Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI

DMI has been given a 5-year work order to continue supporting the National Institute of Health’s Intramural Database enterprise-wide system.

The contract focuses on the system that facilitates annual report data collection for the NIH intramural research program, as well as data collection in several areas required by Congress.

“Our work with critical agencies, such as the NIH, is what drives us forward as an organization,” said DMI CEO and Founder Jay Sunny Bajaj.

The NIH is responsible for medical and behavioral research for the country, and the IRP has a distinctive research environment, drawing on the resources and expertise of the entire program to perform interdisciplinary studies. Data collaboration between agencies and industry experts is essential to improve internal and external scientific collaboration.

“DMI is committed to delivering forward-thinking solutions as a trusted digital transformation partner for NIH and the trust it has placed in our company over the past 10 years speaks volumes,” said Bajaj. . “We are excited to continue to grow our work together and provide strategic support and transformation.”

This partnership provides support for the NIH Intramural Database, giving NIH scientists, external researchers, and the public information about what the NIH IRP scientific community is doing.

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