Maryland-based LongView International Technology Solutions recently won a military health IT contract from Tricare Management Activity to develop new systems for the Pacific Joint Information Technology Center in Maui, Hawaii.
Under the IT contract's terms, LongView will work to improve safety and care for members of the U.S. military through the rapid research, testing and development of medical solutions and products. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a total ceiling value of $300 million and covers five years.
"As a national security and federal healthcare-focused Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, LongView keenly understands the importance the Pacific JITC program plays in advancing the medical IM/IT solutions that support the warfighter, including the prototype development of the electronic health record," said Ben Long, president and CEO of LongView. "We are proud to serve the Pacific JITC and our teaming partners are exceptionally capable and committed to supporting the Pacific JITC mission."
The Pacific JITC is the Military Health System center for proof of concept and prototyping of information management and technology products and services. LongView's portfolio includes work with contractors from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Air Force.