The Defense Department has narrowed down the list of contenders vying for a chance to upgrade its health records system to the tune of up to $11 billion over ten years.
The Defense Department has narrowed down the contenders competing for its massive Healthcare Management System Modernization contract, potentially worth up to $11 billion over a decade.
According to a Feb. 19 presolicitation notice, DOD’s procurement team has established a “competitive range” for the DHMSM contract, leaving only bids from three teams remaining.
DHMSM Procurement Contracting Officer Matt Hudson confirmed to Nextgov the Pentagon has set a range that eliminates some teams; however, he could not confirm which “due to the sensitive nature of the acquisition process.”
However, multiple sources with knowledge of the competitive range confirm that three bidding teams — Computer Sciences Corp., partnered with HP and EHR developer Allscripts; Leidos and Accenture Federal; and IBM and Epic Systems — fall within the competitive range.
Additional details also available at: www.nextgov.com/defense/2015/02/pentagon-narrows-down-battle-multibillion-dollar-health-records-contract/105906