Deloitte Wins Potential $197M Contract to Support DHA Solutions Delivery Division

Jeff Brody

Deloitte has won a potential five-year, $197.3M contract to provide technical, administrative and operational support for products and project lines under the Defense Health Agency’s solutions delivery division.

The company will help DHA SDD manage information assurance, configuration management and training functions for various platforms such as the Defense Medical Logistics Support System, Essentris and Clinical Data Repository, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

DHA received three bids for the contract through the General Services Administration's electronic bidding system, eBuy, and will obligate $34.2M in fiscal 2020 operations and maintenance funds to cover the contract's base period.

The contract includes four option periods and supports the agency's deputy assistant director for information operations for SDD.

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