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ASRC Federal Secures $103M in DHA Contracts for Health Care Policy, Network Support

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ASRC Federal Secures $103M in DHA Contracts for Health Care Policy, Network Support

The Defense Health Agency has awarded ASRC Federal two contracts totaling $103 million to provide critical health care policy and information technology infrastructure support, ASRC Federal said.

Agile Decision Sciences, a subsidiary of ASRC Federal, secured a $73 million contract to provide health readiness, policy and oversight services.

The five-year contract will see ASRC Federal supporting key personnel within the DHA, including the director, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for health readiness programs and oversight and the principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs.

The second contract, valued at $30 million, was awarded to ASRC Federal Cyber. The five-year DHA enterprise network support services contract entails network security and broader IT infrastructure support for the DHA.

Specifically, ASRC Federal will be tasked with network assessments, design and deployment of IT infrastructure and ensuring the evolving needs of the DHA are met through adaptable infrastructure solutions. The project aims to ensure the smooth operation of the DHA’s IT systems,  which is vital for delivering health care services.

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