Optum’s federal health care-focused business has received a $93.2 million bridge contract modification from the Defense Health Agency to continue delivering medical readiness support services to military branches.
The Department of Defense said Tuesday OptumServe Health Services will assist service components in physical and mental health tests, dental examinations, immunizations, laboratory services and other efforts to ensure medical standards are met to maintain warfighter readiness.
OptumServe will provide assistance during group activities, via a contact center and over an integrated network as part of DOD’s Reserve Health Readiness Program.
The company will work at military service component designated locations from Dec. 1, 2022, to May 31, 2023.
DHA made the award on an other than full and open competition basis. The agency will obligate fiscal 2023 operation and maintenance funds as individual task orders are issued.