Defense health readiness
CACI Wins $123M Task Order for Navy Defense Health Readiness
CACI International has won a five-year, $123.4 million task order extending defense health readiness engineering support to Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic programs for the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force. The company is responsible for full lifecycle mission support, security and management of the Theater Medical Information Program and Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems. The vehicle for the task order was the Seaport-Next Generation, the Navy’s primary method of acquiring engineering, financial and project management services, the company said.
According to John Mengucci, president and CEO of CACI and a 2022 Wash100 winner, the company has partnered with the Navy for over two decades to provide health support to U.S. troops.
TMIP is a messaging service used in low or interrupted communication areas to transmit electronic health records and other medical information to home-based repositories such as the Theater Medical Data Store. JOMIS is the managing body for TMIP, handling the deployment of modern and enhanced operational health care capabilities including health care delivery, patient movement, medical command and control, medical situational awareness and medical logistics.
The previous health readiness engineering services contract held by CACI was a five-year, $75 million task order awarded in 2018 by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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