Calverton, MD, December 1, 2017 – VERSA Integrated Solutions, Inc. (VERSA) announced today that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded VERSA a $26M contract to operate, maintain, and manage the functional capabilities for all UCC services including enterprise voice, video, messaging and web collaboration in support of the NIH mission.

“This competitive award is a combination of current work performed by VERSA over the past several years as well as the addition of new IT scope areas, and is a testament to the level of confidence and customer satisfaction VERSA has gained with NIH,” said Kevin Mitchell, CEO of VERSA Integrated Solutions, Inc. “We are proud of our staff and program management team for the quality of services provided over the years at NIH and look forward to continued successes under the new contract.”

VERSA provides end-to-end enterprise solutions for NIH, including development, design, implementation, ongoing engineering, and day-to-day operational support services. This includes critical infrastructure protection, patch management, vulnerability remediation, risk management, information assurance, and cybersecurity services as well as, program and project management, change management, communications, and community outreach.

About Versa Integrated Solutions, Inc.

Headquartered in Calverton, Maryland, VERSA is a HUBZone and 8(a) Certified Small Business providing advanced network and unified communications engineering services and support to large Federal customers nation-wide. VERSA is principally engaged in the Health Services industry supporting a demanding scientific community that requires high performance computing capabilities in a highly collaborative and transparent, IT mobility friendly environment.