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Mind Over Machines lands $15M NIH contract

The five-year deal will have Mind Over Machines managing NIH tech infrastructure.

Mind Over Machines, which has offices in Owings Mills and Bethesda, will handle IT for its D.C.-area neighbor, the National Institutes of Health. (Photo courtesy of National Institutes of Health)

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $15 million contract to Owings Mills-based IT consultancy Mind Over Machines to support its Center for Information Technology.
The contract will have the firm handling information systems development, application maintenance and production support for scientific and administrative users, according to a company release.
“Mind Over Machines is thrilled to support the systems that enable NIH to conduct its vitally important clinical and biomedical research, and to continue our decade-long relationship with the organization,” Mind Over Machines founder and CEO Tom Loveland said in the release.
Mind over Machines’ clients have also included Whiting-Turner, Johns Hopkins University and MedStar Good Samaritan Hospitalaccording to its website.
“We do not simply replace old technology with new,” Loveland said in the release. “Rather, Mind Over Machines delivers innovative applications and improved analytics that solve a wide range of business problems — from better leveraging data to enhancing user experience to increasing operational efficiencies — all of which drive organizational success.”
In 2013, the company reported increased revenue following its acquisition of The Seva Group in Brewers Hill. The company also has offices in Bethesda.

Companies: Mind Over Machines / Bio-Rad Laboratories
People: Mind Over Machines / Bio-Rad Laboratories / Tom Loveland
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