Federal List

33 firms hired to work on HealthCare.gov

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CGI Federal took much of the blame for HealthCare.gov's troubled launch, but an August report from Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General Daniel Levinson made clear that there were plenty of other cooks in the kitchen.

The following firms hold contracts for nearly $800 million worth of work on HealthCare.gov:

1. Accenture Federal Services

$45,000,000 obligated; $0 expended through February 2014

To provide design, development, testing, implementation support, software licensing and services, including an iterative agile approach to programming.

2. Aquilent

$7,675,100 obligated; $1,975,760 expended through February 2014

To perform general website development and maintenance and provide training to various users.

3. Blast Design Studio, dba Blast Advanced Media

$590,325 obligated; $361,250 expended through February 2014

To integrate the results of online marketing services with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' current Google Analytics Premium service and to purchase online marketing consulting services.

4. Blue Canopy Group

$686,886 obligated; $99,602 expended through February 2014

To provide security certification assessment testing for data centers, systems and applications.

5. Booz Allen Hamilton

$12,498,678 obligated; $8,140,660 expended through February 2014

To provide technical and operational guidance for establishing the exchange data center, to support vendors in the ongoing development and propagation of essential exchange capabilities, and to develop security and privacy frameworks.

6. Carahsoft Technology Corp.

$278,300 obligated; $278,300 expended through February 2014

To procure an application code analysis tool for static code testing, including software, licensing, support, training and installation services.

7. CGI Federal

$251,110,126 obligated; $219,992,619 expended through February 2014

To design, develop, test, implement, maintain and enhance the information system to support data collection -- including systems for eligibility and enrollment, health plan certification, premium tax credits administration and cost-sharing assistance administration.

8. Corporate Executive Board

$373,474 obligated; $373,474 expended through February 2014

To provide access to research briefs, tools and diagnostics, as well as formal advisory services and diagnostic/decision tools.

9. Creative Computing Solutions

$10,992,321 obligated; $8,812,681 expended through February 2014

To provide security operations monitoring and management, data breach and fraud support services, cyber threat intelligence and security documentation.

10. DEDE, dba Genova Technologies

$25,591,980 obligated; $19,556,204 expended through February 2014

To conduct full-scale IT requirements elicitation, analysis and documentation; to develop a comprehensive testing strategy for the exchange and related systems; to review requirements produced across systems and identify areas requiring reconciliation; and to develop an overview diagram and narrative to explain high-level architectures and designs.

11. Deloitte Consulting

$670,486 obligated; $670,486 expended through February 2014

To assist with operational dashboard design and implementation and to develop metrics for the annual Exchange Market Report Cards.

12. FedResults

$3,801,526 obligated; $3,801,526 expended through February 2014

To provide CMS with a more comprehensive digital communication platform and a full suite of secure applications to improve communications and access to agency information.

13. Global Tech, dba eGlobalTech

$8,037,897 obligated; $3,463,716 expended through February 2014

To provide technical integration support, which includes identifying potential gaps in the technical architecture; to develop release cycles and all phases of testing; to coordinate risk identification and resolution across development teams and vendors; and to manage the integration of systems.

14. Government Acquisitions

$3,442,756 obligated; $3,442,756 expended through February 2014

To obtain an Informatica enterprise license agreement, including access to one on-site technical architecture manager.

15. HeiTech Services

$8,861,558 obligated; $4,424,072 expended through February 2014

To provide design, development, testing and deployment support for projects, including database development, user interface design, Web development and basic report writing. Also to provide support for a number of open-source and commercial off-the-shelf applications hosted in the government's cloud environment.

16. HP Enterprise Services

$77,561,786 obligated; $19,199,838 expended through February 2014

To provide all activities necessary to support the marketplace infrastructure, including disaster recovery requirements and the virtual data center environment.

17. IDL Solutions

$31,770,058 obligated; $11,829,563 expended through February 2014

To evaluate, design, implement and test the initial Multidimensional Insurance Data Analytics System, as well as all enhancements stemming from new data and functional requirements over the period of the contract.

18. Innosoft Corp.

$2,103,114 obligated; $1,464,777 expended through February 2014

To provide professional services to support cloud computing initiatives.

19. L&M Policy Research

$1,494,238 obligated; $580,000 expended through February 2014

To conduct appropriate qualitative and quantitative research to support the implementation of the exchanges, with a focus on the consumer experience.

20. Lockheed Martin Services

$19,724,700 obligated; $17,273,184 expended through February 2014

To ensure that the infrastructure functions efficiently and with a high availability, to assist in planning for infrastructure modernization and to procure licenses to support systems maintenance teams.

21. Maricom Systems

$14,393,226 obligated; $4,138,486 expended through February 2014

To provide master data management, portal and business rules management system governance, oversight and engineering services.

22. Mitre Corp.

$17,355,386 obligated; $12,937,333 expended through February 2014

To provide acquisition and technical systems engineering support services.

23. Northrop Grumman IT

$2,911,783 obligated; $2,607,976 expended through February 2014

To develop, test, implement and maintain the Pioneer Fast Track Accountable Care Organizations Demonstration and the Medicare Shared Savings Program.

24. Onix Networking Corp.

$44,340 obligated; $44,340 expended through February 2014

To purchase Google Site Search licenses used to power Web search for the exchange's public website.

25. ProTelecom

$118,990 obligated; $65,500 expended through February 2014

To enhance video teleconferencing capabilities for senior management.

26. Quality Software Services Inc.

$164,921,723 obligated; $98,635,267 expended through February 2014

To develop IT systems for the Data Services Hub, which allows the exchange to identify those who qualify for coverage and subsidies; to provide enterprise identity management services and technical testing expertise; and to support the IT function across the exchange-related business process efforts.

27. Quality Technology

$13,199,706 obligated; $8,953,718 expended through February 2014

To provide an operational support center to assist various stakeholders with implementation and operational issues.

28. Science Applications International Corp.

$10,870,013 obligated; $5,289,646 expended through February 2014

To implement enterprise remote identity-proofing services for the federal and state exchanges.

29. Scope Infotech

$1,094,967 obligated; $821,225 expended through February 2014

To provide user support and system development for exchange collaboration tools.

30. Spann and Associates

$3,000,000 obligated; $0 expended through February 2014

To provide information security support services.

31. SphereCom Enterprises

$4,377,828 obligated; $2,631,755 expended through February 2014

To provide information security and privacy support.

32. Terremark Federal Group

$48,860,711 obligated; $33,499,929 expended through February 2014

To provide a cloud computing infrastructure that complies with the Federal Information Security Management Act and can dynamically scale as needed.

33. TurningPoint Global Solutions

$5,748,814 obligated; $3,921,291 expended through February 2014

To provide independent verification and validation services.

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