LMI-Led Consortium Unveils Website for USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program; Pat Tamburrino Comments

LMIA consortium led by consulting firm LMI has launched a website — www.ghsc.lmi.org — to inform government agencies and non-governmental organizations about the assistance the U.S. Agency for International Development offers under its Global Health Supply Chain Program.

LMI said Wednesday the website is designed to provide technical assistance and help address financial management, procurement and health supply chain issues.

“More than anything else, this is about improving the delivery of AIDS relief and other vital immunizations in enduring fashion,” said Pat Tamburrino Jr., vice president of the health division at LMI and head of the consortium.

LMI said it created the consortium after it won a $500 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract for the program in March.

The company collaborates with 15 other consortium members:

  • Akeso Associates
  • Barloworld Supply Chain Software
  • BroadReach Healthcare
  • Connected Logistics
  • Cultural Practice
  • Ernst & Young
  • Futures Group
    LeapFrog Solutions
  • MSGI Corp.
  • Overseas Strategic Consulting
  • Penn State’s Center for Supply Chain Research
  • Purdy Group
  • The QED Group
  • U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention
  • UTi Worldwide

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