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Vysnova Awarded NAMRU-6 Initial Task Order

Landover, MD April 3, 2020 –

Vysnova Partners, a global health program management firm, was recently awarded a $3.9M task order for recruiting, onboarding, hiring and managing +120 staff for all departments at NAMRU-6 facilities in Peru and Honduras. Vysnova is also responsible for all the procurement, logistics and travel in support of the hired staff and NAMRU-6 objectives in the different research and surveillance areas. The NAMRU-6 contract continues to expand our firm’s efforts to help our clients develop a better understanding of infectious disease and their effects on a global basis.

Vysnova is honored to continue to work with the Navy and our in-country partners aimed at reducing and preventing infectious diseases and improving the health of communities in Latin America and around the world.

Vysnova is a leading program management firm that supports US-funded programs on a global basis. For more information please email Info@Vysnova.com

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Vysnova Partners & Ensoftek Inc. Team Up and Are Awarded Contract Under NITAAC

May 2020 – Vysnova Partners, Inc. (Vysnova) was notified that our partnership with EnSoftek, Inc. has resulted in our team (“Team EnSoftek”) being awarded a contract under the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) contract as part of the Small Business On-Ramp. With a $20 billion ceiling, this 10-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract enables small businesses to participate in Government requirements across a broad range of IT services with flexible contract types and streamlined ordering and processing, saving agencies both time and money.

Team EnSoftek’s award includes the following CIO-SP3 task areas; Task Area 1 – IT Services for Biomedical Research, Health Sciences, and Healthcare, Task Area 2 – Chief Information Officer (CIO) Support, Task Area 3 – Imaging, Task Area 5 – IT Operations and Maintenance, Task Area 7 – Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Assurance, and Task Area 10 – Software Development. This broad list of task areas evidences our deep technical capabilities and extensive past performance delivering IT and management solutions across the Federal Government.

This new contract vehicle will enable our team to streamline the delivery of innovative healthcare solutions to support our DoD and civilian customers’ most important IT initiatives. Furthermore, it will allow Vysnova to provide advanced public health-focused IT solutions to its existing NIH, CDC, and DoD customers.

Vysnova Partners, Inc. Awarded the Naval Medical Research Unit-6 Research in Peru

Landover, MD March 26, 2020 –

Vysnova Partners, a global health program management firm, was recently awarded the Naval Medical Research Unit-6 (NAMRU-6) Research and Administrative Support Services Program to provide support to NAMRU-6 which is based in Peru. This single award IDIQ contract has a $44 million ceiling. The contract provides support for NAMRU-6’s mission as they conduct biomedical research in the field of infectious diseases and global health that is responsive to U.S. Navy requirements and delivers lifesaving products including knowledge, technology, and medical materiel that sustain the effectiveness of the uniformed service members through respectful cooperation with their collaborators. As the contract holder, Vysnova will support the ongoing development, performance and management of research across Latin America and Caribbean in collaboration with host-country partners.

The NAMRU-6 contract expands our firm’s efforts to help our clients develop a better understanding of infectious disease and their effects on a global basis. In addition to working with NAMRU-6, Vysnova is also working with NAMRU-2 under the Southeast Asia Biosurveillance and Epidemiology Research (SABER) II contract supporting similar work in the South East Asia Region, and working at the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) supporting research efforts as a subcontractor to General Dynamics Information Technology.

Some of Vysnova’s other work in the global health field includes supporting the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) Program where we help conduct health surveys on a global basis as a subcontractor to ICF International. In addition, Vysnova works with the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) supporting program implementation and close coordination with in-country partners in Central America, South America, Caribbean, Middle East, Africa, and Southern Asia (India).

Vysnova is honored to continue to work with the Navy and our in-country partners aimed at reducing and preventing infectious diseases and improving the health of communities in Latin America.

Vysnova is a leading program management firm that supports US-funded programs on a global basis. For more information please email Info@Vysnova.com

 

Lepp Transfers of Medical Equipment Lessen the Financial Burden of Health Institutions in Developing Nations
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Lepp Transfers of Medical Equipment Lessen the Financial Burden of Health Institutions in Developing Nations

Lepp Transfers of Medical Equipment Lessen the Financial Burden of Health Institutions in Developing Nations

Lepp Transfers of Medical Equipment Lessen the Financial Burden of Health Institutions in Developing Nations

Medical equipment such as autoclave sterilizers and hospital beds were transferred through LEPP and its partner organization Deseret International to the Peninsula Medical Center in the Bataa region of the Philippines. The center provides medical care and treatment for nominal fees and in some instances at no cost to patients. Had the center procured the medical equipment and supplies in the local market, it would have paid approximately 50% more of the dollar value of the donations. Every dollar that is saved is invested in health care services that provide diagnosis and treatment for patients who cannot afford basic medical care.

Pruna (pictured above) is a widow who earns a very modest income by working at a laundromat. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and was distraught when she discovered that she could not afford the cost of surgery that could save her life. However, when Pruna reached out to the Peninsula Medical Center, she was admitted and underwent chemotherapy and mastectomy – completely free of any medical fees. This is just one example of how donations of essential medical supplies lessen the financial burden of health institutions, helping more underserved and disadvantaged patients access life-saving care at no or minimal cost.


About LEPP – Transferring Physical Capital to Aid U.S. Emergency and Development Programs Overseas

Vysnova partners with USAID’s Limited Excess Property Program (LEPP); an innovative and cost-effective program that transfers millions of dollars’ worth of federal surplus property to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and USAID Missions to supplement their development and humanitarian projects overseas. LEPP is yet another example of Vysnova’s strategic focus of cultivating partnerships that support sustainable, locally-driven development endeavors.

In FY 2019, LEPP successfully transferred over 43 million dollars’ worth of surplus property to 14 developing nations. Partner organizations that are faith-based accounted for approximately 50% of the federal surplus property transfers in the fiscal year. LEPP has already transferred 13.7 million dollars’ worth of surplus property just in the first four months of FY 2020.

These LEPP donations included medical supplies such as ultrasounds, infant incubators, hospital beds, ophthalmology, laboratory and dental equipment, autoclaves, generators, laptops, computers, and school furniture. Physical capital donations to Latin America and the Caribbean were transferred to Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, and Peru. Transfers to Asia were made to Pakistan and the Philippines; while transfers to Eastern Europe benefited underserved populations in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Moldova, and Ukraine. The majority of property transfers to Africa were made to Tanzania.

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World Birth Defects Day

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World Birth Defects Day

Today is World Birth Defects Day and we would like to take a moment to highlight the work of one of our partners, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  The VEZ ZEN program is the result of a collaboration between the CDC, INS, and the Colombian Ministry of Health. The goal of VEZ and ZEN is to study birth defects in infants as a result of Zika virus exposure. Vysnova Partners supports CDC efforts in the VEZ/ZEN Program. We could not be prouder to promote the achievements of our partner in Colombia. Thank you for everything you do!

What is World Birth Defects Day?

World Birth Defects Day (WBDD), observed on March 3 each year, unites people and organizations working in the field of birth defects, also known as congenital anomalies, congenital disorders or congenital conditions. There are many types of birth defects and this day recognizes our collective voice in raising awareness for all birth defects (#manybirthdefects1voice).

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About Vysnova Partners

Vysnova staff has worked in more than 30 countries to advance the health and well-being of communities worldwide. Whether it’s Zika prevention research with the CDC in Peru, supporting the Navy’s healthcare efforts in Southeast Asia, or supporting the Demographic Health Survey for USAID throughout Africa, Vysnova knows how to initiate and implement projects internationally to keep our customers in compliance while advancing the project and the broader mission that it serves.

 

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Vysnova Awarded Task Order 3 Under The DSCA AM&E Support Services

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Vysnova Awarded Task Order 3 (TO3) Under The DSCA AM&E Support Services

September 30, 2019:  Vysnova Partners Inc. (Vysnova) has been awarded Task Order 3 (TO3) under the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation (AM&E) support services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for Functional Category 3 (FC 3). Under TO3 Vysnova and DevTech Systems will provide a broad range of technical expertise to evaluate the effectiveness of a wide range of security cooperation missions and initiatives throughout the DoD, including planning and conducting evaluations. Specifically, TO3 will involve evaluations of US-led Institutional Capacity Building (ICB) programs in case study countries including Ukraine, Indonesia, and Colombia.
 
Vysnova Awarded TO 0709 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract
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Vysnova Awarded TO 0709 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract

Vysnova Awarded TO 0709 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract

Vysnova Awarded TO 0709 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract

September 30, 2018:  Vysnova Partners Inc. (Vysnova) has been awarded Task Order N6264518F0709 (TO 0709) under the Navy Medical Unit 2 (NAMRU 2) Southeast Asia Biosurveillance and Epidemiology Research (SABER) II indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. Under TO 0709 Vysnova will conduct active surveillance for high pathogenic and lethal strains of influenza A (H7N9) in high risk regions of Vietnam.

Vysnova Partners Inc. Awarded TO 0738 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract
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Vysnova Partners Inc. Awarded TO 0738 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract

Vysnova Partners Inc. Awarded TO 0738 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract

Vysnova Partners Inc. Awarded TO 0738 Under NAMRU-2 SABER II IDIQ Contract

September 30, 2018:  Vysnova Partners Inc. (Vysnova) has been awarded Task Order N6264518F0738 (TO 0738) under the Navy Medical Unit 2 (NAMRU 2) Southeast Asia Biosurveillance and Epidemiology Research (SABER) II indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. Under TO 0738 Vysnova will provide an in-depth analysis for a clinical study evaluating the role of the candidate predictive biomarker, tryptase, for dengue fever security.