CTAC picks up task at HHS to support ASPA Web Project Operations Development

Falls Church, VA, February 2, 2018 – CTAC announced today that it has been awarded a task order at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs (ASPA) to support web project operations development and research for ASPA’s Digital Communications Division (DCD). “ASPA is a long-time valued client and this is an excellent opportunity for us to expand our partnership with them.” said Don Royal, President & CEO of CTAC. ASPA serves as the Secretary’s principal counsel on public affairs and conducts national public affairs programs, provides centralized leadership and guidance for public affairs activities within HHS’ Staff and Operating Divisions and regional offices, manages the Department’s digital communications, and administers the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts. The Division leads the planning, development, and implementation of emergency incident communications strategies and activities for the Department.

“This task allows CTAC to continue to support ASPA in delivering modern web content and maintaining HHS’ digital presence.” said Corey Doyle, Director of Business Operations and HHS Program Manager. CTAC, an award­-winning, privately-owned small business has been providing web development, content management, and creative and business process solutions to government and private sector clients since 1993 and HHS since 1999.