$1B in DOD Health Affairs contracts awarded

Two new contracts, each worth an estimated $500 million, will help the Defense

Department's Health Affairs office modernize its delivery of medical care

to 8.3 million eligible recipients at military medical facilities.

The contracts, announced Wednesday, are part of the Defense Medical Information

Management/Systems Integration, Design, Development, Operations and Maintenance

Services (D/SIDDOMS) II program.

One $500 million bundle includes a package of six deals for D/SIDDOMS II

Lot I, which involves support services. The deals are for a base year with

four one-year options and were awarded to ACS Defense Inc., American Management

Systems Inc., Birch & Davis, Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc., SRA International

Inc. and Vector Research Inc.

The second contract, also worth as much as $500 million over the same period,

involves Lot IV, which is set aside for small businesses to select and evaluate

commercial off-the-shelf products.

The Lot IV bundle was awarded to United Information Systems Inc. and Base

Technologies Inc. of McLean, Va.


  • Workforce
    coronavirus molecule (creativeneko/Shutterstock.com)

    OMB urges 'maximum telework flexibilities' for DC-area feds

    A Sunday evening memo ahead of a potentially chaotic commute urges agency heads to pivot to telework as much as possible.

  • Acquisition
    Shutterstock ID: 1993681 By Jurgen Ziewe

    Spinning up telework presents procurement challenges

    As concerns over the coronavirus outbreak drives more agencies towards expanding employee telework, federal acquisition contracts can help ease some of the pain.

Stay Connected


Sign up for our newsletter.

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.