FEi Systems Awarded Two SAMHSA IDIQ ContractsNitesh Chawathe
FEi Systems (FEi), a leading behavioral health IT organization, was awarded two critical contracts from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) to conduct analysis and statistical projects and to provide technical assistance and training.
FEi is proud to announce that it has been awarded two 5-year SAMHSA (SAMHSA) Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. Through these awards, FEi will have the ability to bid on SAMHSA Task Orders in two technical domains over the next 5 years: (1) Domain II—Data Analysis and Statistical Projects and (2) Domain V—Technical Assistance and Training Projects.
Through these contracts, FEi will provide its expertise in sampling designs and statistical methods, analysis of complex quantitative data, and the development, implementation, and testing of quality tools. Similarly, FEi will deliver a range of training and technical assistance, develop technical assistance and training materials and mechanisms, and conduct evaluations of these efforts.
Since 1999, FEi’s central mission has been to support enabling information technologies that improve the human condition. Rodney Conrad, General Manager of the Behavioral Health Unit at FEi, stated that these two contracts “continue FEi’s longstanding partnership with SAMHSA and enable FEi to help SAMHSA achieve its mission to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.”
As prime contractor for Domain II—Data Analysis and Statistical Projects, FEi will lead a seasoned group of subcontractors including NORC at the University of Chicago, Econometrica, Optimal Solutions Group, The CDM Group, NRI, and Katharos Analytics and Informatics. For Domain V—Technical Assistance and Training Projects, FEi will supplement our expertise with our subcontractors Castro-Donlan Consulting, NIATx at the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies, BCT Partners, The Bizzell Group, The CDM Group, the Danya Institute, and the Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addictions.
For more information, please contact Rodney Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org.