Liberty IT, Atlas, Prodigo Form Supply Chain Catalog Dev’t Partnership Under VHA Task Order

Jeff Brody

Liberty IT Solutions has secured a five-year, $23M task order from the Veterans Health Administration to deliver a software-as-a-service supply chain master catalog that will work to address business gaps.

The company said Thursday it will team up with Atlas Research and Prodigo to develop a cloud-based tool that will unify supply chain management functions and data into a single platform.

In addition, Prodigo will implement the ProdigoMarketplace tool to help the catalog optimize contract usage and achieve contract price accuracy.

“SaaS is proving to be the answer to many government health IT challenges, and Liberty is excited to lend our SaaS implementation expertise to the SCMC task order,” said Bill Greene, CEO at Liberty IT.

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