Booz Allen to Help DHA Implement Military Health System Action Plan Under $53M Task Order

BoozAllenLogoBooz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has won a potential $52.5 million task order from the Defense Health Agency to assist the assistant defense secretary for health affairs in efforts to implement action plans resulting from the Defense Department‘s military health service review.

DoD said Tuesday the company will provide subject matter expertise to help the Military Health System adapt to necessary cultural and process changes.

The order also covers program and performance management services as well as systems and tools for continuous process updates and standardization across the MHS enterprise.

DHA will obligate $10.7 million from fiscal year 2015 operations and maintenance funds for work to be performed in Virginia through August 2021.

The agency competitively procured the task order through the General Services Administration‘s Program Management/Continuous Process Improvement blanket purchase agreement with four offers received.

DoD awarded the team of Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), Cerner (Nasdaq: CERN) and Accenture (NYSE: ACN) a multi-year, multi-billion dollar contract in July 2015 to integrate a commercial electronic health records system into the Military Health System.

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