CCSi Now Prime on $5B Tricare IDIQ Through Acquisition; Naren Bewtra Comments

Naren Bewtra

Creative Computing Solutions has gained a prime position on a potential $5 billion Tricare program management contract through its acquisition of a private company’s military health solutions division, CCSi announced Wednesday.

The Tricare Evaluation, Analysis and Management Support contract contains one base year and nine option years, with CCSi’s position on the TEAMS IDIQ being approved Sept. 6 by the Army’s Medical Research Acquisition Activity.

The company also said it plans to hire a senior executive to lead its federal healthcare practice.

CCSi has a “history of working with government healthcare organizations, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the TRICARE Management Activity, ” said Dr. Naren Bewtra, president and chief operating officer, CCSi.

“With this acquisition, we broaden our presence as a prime contractor for T4 supporting VA and CIOSP-3 supporting DHHS, to now include TEAMS supporting TMA.

“Our expanded healthcare practice brings new and supplemental resources that directly support the healthcare missions of the DoD and VA, ” Bewtra added in a release.

The company will compete for task orders under the multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity to provide services to support the Military Health System including the TMA, VA and HHS agencies.

Potential work includes program and project management, studies and analysis, budgeting and financial management and analysis support, information management, acquisition management and logistics.

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