The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Health Affairs, TRICARE Management Activity (TMA) has awarded ASM Research, Inc. (ASM) a prime contract to develop new information technology systems for the Military Health System´s Pacific Joint Information Technology Center (JITC). The five-year, multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract has a total ceiling value of $300 million.
The Pacific JITC, based in Maui, Hawaii, is the Military Health System (MHS) center for proof of concept and prototyping of Information Management/Information Technology (IM/IT) products and services to support Department of Defense (DoD) medical readiness requirements and IT modernization needs across the medical continuum of care. The Pacific JITC´s mission is to rapidly research, test, and develop warfighter medical solutions and products, through pilots or prototypes that provide mission critical value and actionable information to the DoD, including the Services, Combatant Commanders, and VA.
Under the JITC contract, ASM will compete to bid on individual task orders to deliver services. “ASM has assembled a team of experts with specialized skills to develop timely medical information solutions in support of the DOD warfighter critical mission and serve most importantly our service members and veterans with extraordinary commitment and extraordinary results,” said John Bukartek, ASM Vice President. “We are proud to serve our Service Members and Veterans.”
“This contract win is a testament to the important work we do for the MHS and our reputation for providing customer focused, top-quality service,” said John Fraser, President and COO of ASM.