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SeKON Wins CDC Covid-19 Web Services Contract

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SeKON Wins CDC Covid-19 Web Services Contract

SeKON has been awarded a task order to secure web services for CDC’s COVID-19 website. The Center for Disease Control’s COVID-19 website was launched in January 2020 and has grown exponentially since then. It is the primary way CDC communicates and disseminates critical health information and guidance. So far, the COVID-19 site has received over 1.3 billion page views making the site a critical, highly visible part of CDC’s COVID-19 emergency response. To support CDC’s Office of the Associate Director for Communication’s (OADC) public health objectives, SeKON will provide continuous development, improvement, innovation, and support of the COVID-19 website, including website production, day-to-day usability, testing, programming, and software architecture support.

“SeKON and our partners, Northrop Grumman and AditTech, are looking forward to supporting CDC, on this critically important work to facilitate the dissemination of information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic,” said SeKON’s President and CEO, Dr. Angela Wilson.

“SeKON Enterprise, Inc. Wins a $6.7M COVID -19 Digital Support Web Services Contract at CDC” -Cision

“SeKON scores at CDC again, adds OADC Web Services task win in support of CDC’s COVID-19 website. This woman-owned management and technology consulting firm, that specializes in providing large-scale health IT programs in support of Federal Government customers, just beat out three other bidders to be awarded an 18-month task with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Office of the Associate Director for Communication (OADC).” -G2Xchange