Irving Burton Associates has received a task order from the U.S. Army to provide acquisition support services to the human resources division of the military branch’s Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases Research and Development Support Services.
IBA said Tuesday the order was awarded through the Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center contract vehicle.
Karthik Srinivasan, an IBA senior vice president, said the company has provided healthcare information technology and telehealth services to customers over the past 36 years.
USAMRIID“™s HR division manages manpower, internal control program and administrative publications, records management and training at the institute that explores tools to protect soldiers from biological threats.
Falls Church, Virginia-based IBA, a woman-owned company, offers agile development and transformation, enterprise IT, mobile apps, program management and financial services to business and clinical IT projects.