ITSolutions to Help Manage Defense Dept Health Enterprise System; Mike Raymond Comments

StethescopeonKeyboardAn Acentia subsidiary has received a $27 million contract to help a Defense Department healthcare directorate manage its enterprise infrastructure.

The two-and-a-half-year contract was awarded to ITSolutions, which has worked with the Military Health System’s Enterprise Infrastructure program for more than 13 years on cyber infrastructure and information management programs, Acentia said Monday.

DoD aims to secure communications and build a client-centric, standard computing framework for the military’s medical initiatives.

“Acentia is proud to support the EI transition to its new support role within the recently established Defense Health Agency, as well as the larger MHS goal of transforming information delivery, extending health information technology and analytics,” said Mike Raymond, health sector executive for Acentia.

ITSolutions will also sengineer, track and confirm designs and plans made by other information technology organizations involved with the initiative.

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