Leidos Gets $170M MHS Genesis EHR Enterprise Support Task Order

Leidos Gets $170M MHS Genesis EHR Enterprise Support Task Order
Leidos

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has secured a potential one-year, $170M task order from the Defense Health Agency to provide enterprise support services for a new electronic health record system being deployed across the Military Health System, FedHealthIT reported Wednesday.

Work under the MHS Genesis Stage 6 enterprise support task order includes program management, license maintenance, operational management and enterprise sustainment services.

DHA obligated $24.7M in funds under the task order, which was issued through the potential 10-year, $4.3B Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization contract awarded to a Leidos-led industry team in 2015.

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