Leidos will maintain and update software the Department of Veterans Affairs uses at seven facilities to fill and ship approximately 117 million prescriptions per year.
The company said Monday that the potential three-year, $12 million contract also covers work to integrate and standardize the Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy‘s production systems.
Steve Comber, president of Leidos’ health group, said the company will work to help the carry out initiatives to standardize and modernize the CMOP’s national operations to support care for veterans, military service members and their families.
Veterans, active-duty servicemen and Indian Health Service patients receive their prescriptions through the CMOP network, which contains robotic devices, conveyor systems and humans..
Leidos will perform the contract work in Tucson, Arizona.