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DHA Details $203M Contracting Opportunity to Sustain, Sunset Legacy Theater Medical IT Apps

The Defense Health Agency is seeking technical support for the legacy Theater Medical Information Program Joint system as part of a planned $203 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Offerors have until May 17 to submit proposals for sustaining and sunsetting Theater Medical Information Program Joint subsystems, according to a solicitation notice posted on SAM.gov.

The upcoming contract has a single-award structure and entails a managed service to TMIP-J applications such as the Medical Situational Awareness Theater.

DHA’s Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems program office aims to carry out a swift process to end legacy apps and ensure the project will not have a significant impact on the agency’s mission and operations.

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