DHA Awards 36 Spots on Potential $7.5B Military Healthcare Staffing IDIQ

The Defense Health Agency has awarded 36 small-business positions on a potential five-year, $7.5 billion contract to provide medical staffing services to U.S. military treatment facilities.

The multiple-award contract solicited through FedBizOpps contains a five-year ordering period that will commence Dec. 1 and run through Nov. 20, 2022, the Defense Department said Monday.

Contractors will provide physicians, nurses, dental and ancillary healthcare workers to supplement medical professionals currently stationed at MTFs managed by DHA and the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army and U.S. Navy throughout the 50 U.S. states, District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico.

DHA’s Contracting Office Medical Q-Coded Services is the contracting activity and the agency will obligate funds upon the issuance of task orders.

The awardees are:

  • Akahi InGenesis Partners
  • Aliron International
  • American Hospital Services Group
  • AMG Healthcare Services
  • Angel Staffing
  • Catalyst Professional Services
  • CentralCare
  • Concentric Methods
  • Decypher Technologies
  • Dependable Health Services
  • Dilligas’ U.S. Got People
  • Distinctive Health Spectrum Care JV
  • Donald L Mooney Enterprises’ Nurse’s Etc Staffing
  • Enterprise Resource Planning International
  • Federal Staffing Resources
  • Frontline National
  • GiaMed Alliance JV
  • Global Consulting International
  • Global Dynamics
  • Locum’s MEDSTAFF National Medical Staffing
  • Luke & Associates
  • Magnificus
  • Magnum Opus Technologies
  • Matrix Providers
  • OMV Medical
  • Platinum Business
  • Potomac Healthcare Solutions
  • Quality Staffing Solutions
  • QuarterLine Consulting Services
  • ReadiForce Government Solutions
  • Saratoga Medical Center
  • Spectrum Services Group
  • The Arora Group
  • The Royster Group
  • Vesa Health & Technology
  • Vighter Medical Group

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