HP Enterprise Gets $91M Task Order to Maintain DHA Global Service Center

hp enterprise logoHewlett-Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) has received a $91.5 million task order to operate and maintain the global service center of the Defense Health Agency’s health information technology directorate.

The Defense Department said Tuesday the service center provides user access to the Military Health System for application and system identification, analysis, tracking and reporting tasks.

The contract consists of a one-year base period, five 12-month options and a six-month potential extension.

HP Enterprise will perform work in Falls Church, Virginia, and San Antonio, Texas, through Nov. 14, 2020.

DHA’s contract operations division received five offers during the solicitation period.

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