Andrew Dunlop: Veris Group to Support Army’s Medical Tech Risk Management Initiatives

healthcare-systemVeris Group has won a five-year contract to help the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command to ensure that military health technologies comply with data security requirements.

The company will also support the Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process initiative through the contract, Veris Group said Tuesday.

Andrew Dunlop, vice president of government programs at Veris Group, said the company aims to help the command meet its goal of building medical systems for warfighters.

USAMRMC is based at Fort Detrick, Maryland, and is responsible for managing the service’s medical technology research, development, acquisition and logistics operations.

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