The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded GovernmentCIO a position on a five-year, $900 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support the Veterans Intake, Conversion and Communication Services program, the company announced on Friday.Read More »
Google's DeepMind business and the Department of Veterans Affairs have developed a machine learning-based application that works to predict early symptoms of kidney failure. A study published in the journal Nature found that the AI model could help clinicians spot acute kidney injury in patients up to two days in advance and could potentially mitigate the need for serious medical procedures like dialysis or a kidney transplant, VA said Wednesday.Read More »
Kenneth Kizer, chief healthcare transformation officer and senior executive vice president at Atlas Research, has testified to the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs regarding healthcare services.Read More »
Oddball has received a three-year, $78M contract to provide a variety of information technology services to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The company said Friday it will manage products and deliveries, develop software, conduct user research and operate platforms under the Veteran-facing Services Platform program.Read More »
The Department of Veterans Affairs plans to issue a contract for the development of a technology platform intended to manage accounting functions and update telecommunication services at the VA.Read More »