Sterling, VA – Strongbridge LLC, a software integrator serving the federal government, has been awarded a 5-year, $48.8M contract by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to provide operations and maintenance for the Crash Data Acquisition Network (CDAN).
CDAN is an integrated, web-based information technology system that provides a central information technology (IT) platform that maintains the data the National Center for Statistics and Analysis requires to analyze vehicle crash data and identify outcomes, causal factors, and vehicle and component performance.
Strongbridge’s team has more than 20 years of experience supporting the CDAN IT platform and has developed and maintained highly effective and customized crash data collection solutions in support of NHTSA’s mission. This includes the design and implementation of the systems supporting record-based studies, and the execution of national level programs facilitating the data collection and transfer from the states.
“CDAN is an incredibly important project to those of us who are fortunate enough to support it,” said Jeff Powell, CEO of Strongbridge. “Through our long-term relationship with NHTSA, Strongbridge is able to assist in the manufacturing of safer automobiles and, ultimately, lives are saved because of it. We look forward to continuing this important work and contributing to the safety of those who rely on our nation’s roadways.”
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About Strongbridge LLC:
Strongbridge LLC is a Veteran Owned Small Business providing software development, data management, and modernization services to the federal government. For nearly 20 years, Strongbridge has been a trusted partner to customers across the federal government. An agile organization with the processes of a large business, Strongbridge is committed to offering the expertise of skilled professionals, new emerging technologies, and proven best practices (CMMI and ISO) to connect technology and people securely.