CMS Awards $87M in Site Verification Support Task Orders to Deloitte, Palmetto GBA

CMS Awards $87M in Site Verification Support Task Orders to Deloitte, Palmetto GBA
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Deloitte Consulting and Palmetto GBA have won task orders worth $86.7M combined from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for site verification support services.

The task orders were awarded under the $2B Provider Enrollment and Oversight multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which seeks to provide enrollment and screening support to help CMS detect and prevent fraud, abuse and waste in Medicare and Medicaid programs.

Deloitte will carry out site verifications for providers and suppliers in the Western region under a potential $43M task order, while Palmetto will provide services in the Eastern region under a $43.7M task order.

Inspection services under the task orders include visits to provider locations, internal site visits and documentation of findings, according to the statement of work.

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