The consulting and contracting firm will build the system’s infrastructure, including systems security and database design.
The company will also integrate the exchange with the state’s current Medicare and Medicaid system.
An estimated $8.5 million in funding will go toward maintenance and operations during the first year of the project and a license renewal will cost an additional $1.5 million.
The state has the option to renew that contract.
The new system will help the state comply with an Affordable Care Act mandate.