DLA Awards Carestream Health Potential $150M Picture Archiving & Comm System Contract

electronic-health-record-EHRCarestream Health has been awarded a potential 10-year,  $150 million contract by the Defense Logistics Agency to supply picture archiving and communications system products to the four U.S. military branches.

The Defense Department said Tuesday the company will provide digital imaging network PACS equipment and maintenance support services to the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps as well as federal civilian agencies.

The contract contains a five-year base period of performance and one five-year option.

DLA Troop Support received seven offers through a competitive solicitation and will use defense working capital funds in fiscal year 2016 through fiscal 2026 for the procurement.

Work will occur at various locations within and outside the continental U.S. through Sept. 19, 2026.

Rochester, New York-based Carestream offers medical and dental imaging, healthcare information technology, x-ray imaging systems for non-destructive testing and advanced materials for the precision films and electronics markets.

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