GERMANTOWN, Md.; (January 25, 2021) – DynCorp International (DI) was awarded a work order contract to provide facilities and services in support of IQVIA’s AstraZeneca clinical trials for AZD7442, a long acting antibody combination for the potential prevention of COVID-19.
During the 180-day period of performance, which has two optional 90-day performance periods, IQVIA RDS Inc., a global provider of clinical research services, will conduct phase III clinical trials with AstraZeneca’s AZD7442 at several sites throughout the U.S. Under the contract, which began Jan. 11, DI is required to construct, equip and maintain several turnkey facilities in separate locations to support the trials, enabling further participation and creating a better experience for patients.
“DI is proud to continue supporting research organizations in the critical fight against COVID-19,” said Senior Vice President Rob Tillery.
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