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UMass Medical School Awarded $198M Federal Bureau of Prisons Contract

The University of Massachusetts Medical School has received a potential five-year, $198.2M contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to provide comprehensive medical services at a federal correctional complex located in North Carolina.

BOP announced the single award with one base year and four option years through a FedBizOpps posted Tuesday.

UMass Medical School will offer a wide range of inpatient and outpatient care services at FCC-Butner, a federal prison intended for male inmates.

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