Planned Systems International has received a potential three-year task order to continue providing consultation, advisory, analytical and assistance services for the U.S. Air Force‘s expeditionary medical support system modernization effort.
PSI will also support home station medical response, casualty prevention and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense programs of the Air Force Medical Service organization, the company said Friday.
The company added it will use technology to help AFMS leaders address ground-based expeditionary and aerospace medical challenges as well as access data to make decisions.
The order contains one base year and two option years and was awarded through the Air Force“™s Contracted Advisory & Assistance Services recompete contract.
PSI has held a prime contractor role on the CAAS program since 2013.