Coursera, Dale Carnegie, Georgetown University Join DSFederal for $100M FDA Integrated Services BPA; Sophia Parker Quoted

Sophia Parker, founder and CEO of DSFederal

DSFederal announced on Thursday that Coursera, Dale Carnegie and Georgetown University have joined the team to support DSFederal’s new $100 million Integrated Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). The BPA serves as the Federal Drug Administration’s primary contract vehicle for training support services, learning management, project management and human capital management.

“We have been a proud supporter of FDA programs and projects since 2009,” said Sophia Parker, founder and CEO of DSFederal. “We are pleased to be able to expand our support of the agency’s important mission through the FDA-IS BPA and to bring experienced talent to lead these important projects.”

Dale Carnegie Federal Services continues to adapt to the ever-changing needs and challenges of the modern Federal Government as they target programs to lead and inspire multi-sector federal clients toward achieving centralized visions, missions and goals.

Coursera sets the standard for online learning by providing universal access to the world’s best education from top universities and companies.

Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies is working with DSFederal to offer FDA a world-class educational opportunity with a co-branded Professional Certificate in Project Management.

About DSFederal

Based in Rockville, Maryland, DSFederal is an award-winning woman-owned small business that combines scientific expertise with leading-edge technologies in the areas of data analytics, program management, workforce transformation and information technology to deliver better outcomes for the health and safety of our nation.

Since 2007, DSFederal has been helping its federal customers “connect the dots” among data, organizations, outcomes and individuals to meet the government’s most urgent and complex challenges in science and technology.

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