Carahsoft to Offer Agencies Health Research Data via GSA Schedule

Carahsoft has agreed to offer‘s healthcare industry research data to government clients via the General Services Administration‘s Schedule contract vehicle. said Tuesday its Kalorama Information Knowledge Center provides access to market research in the areas of imaging, medical devices, biotechnology, in vitro diagnostics and pharmaceuticals.

Carahsoft will offer complimentary demonstrations of Kalorama Information to customer agencies as part of the partnership agreement.

“At a time when many government agencies are under pressure to stretch their budgets and boost output, each Kalorama market research report has the potential to save over 200 hours of research time,” said Bruce Carlson, publisher of Kalorama Information.

Carlson added the platform offers organization-wide access to a database of healthcare industry reports at a fixed cost.

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