Vendors named for DOD health procurement

The Defense Department's Health Affairs office this week awarded contracts worth $8 billion for the next 10 years to 20 vendors as part of a multi-year, multi-billion dollar initiative.

The contracts come under the Defense Medical Information Management/Systems Integration, Design, Development, Operations and Maintenance Services III program. D/SIDDOMS III gives the Military Health System and the Veterans Affairs Department a procurement mechanism for medical-related hardware, software and services.

"These contracts provide the MHS with a new vehicle to access a wide variety of contractors and contract-types without paying costly contract-use fees," said DOD's Dec. 15 contracts' statement.

The Defense Contracting Command received 22 bids. It awarded 20 contracts.

VendorsLocation
AccentureReston, Va.
BCA Inc.Duluth, Ga.
Base Technologies Inc. McLean, Va.
CACI Inc. Federal GroupChantilly, Va.
Computer Sciences Corp.Falls Church, Va.
Electronic Data SystemsHerndon, Va.
Evolvent Technologies Inc.Falls Church, Va.
IBMBethesda, Md.
Integic Corp.Chantilly, Va.
Iowa Foundation for Medical CareWest Des Moines, Iowa
KEI PearsonArlington, Va.
Northrop GrummanFalls Church, Va.
PlanetGov Inc. Chantilly, Va.
Planned Systems International Inc.Columbia, Md.
PragmaticsMcLean, Va.
Science Applications International Corp.San Diego, Calif.
SRA International Inc.Fairfax, Va.
Titan Corp. Fairfax, Va.
Unisys Corp. McLean, Va.
Vigilant Services Corp. Lorton, Va.

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