CSC Books $230 Million Medicare/Medicaid IT Deal; Dr. Robert Wah Comments

Dr. Robert Wah

CSC (NYSE:CSC) has won a $230 million task order from Medicare & Medicaid Services Office of Clinical Standards and Quality Services.

The firm will oversee the migration of IT systems to a newly designed architecture.

The deal has a six-month term with six one-year extension options.

“CSC has worked closely with CMS for more than a decade and we are pleased to offer an evolutionary road map to transform its existing legacy applications into a service-oriented platform, ” said Dr. Robert Wah, vice president and chief medical officer of CSC’s North American Public Sector. “CMS is central to health reform and we look forward to modernizing and consolidating systems, which will improve quality of care and save money.”

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