Kratos Awarded $30M Health IT Services Contract; Michael Smith Comments

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has won a $29.5 million contract for information technology services supporting the TRICARE management activity defense health and information management system, according to a company statement.

Michael Smith, Kratos senior vice president for enterprise technology, said they are looking forward to providing project management services and helping the military deliver a world-class health information management system for service members as well as their families, the user community and the combatant commands.

(Click Here, to read about a recent training contract won by Kratos.)

The contract includes delivery management, integration, development services and testing to support new and updated software applications for the military’s health system.


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