DHA awards Health IT Solution Delivery Division Support task

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DHA awards Health IT Solution Delivery Division Support task to Irving Burton Associates

FALLS CHURCH, VA —Irving Burton Associates (IBA), a premiere professional and technical services firm, announces that it has been awarded a $10M contract with the Defense Health Agency (DHA) to provide support to its Health IT Solution Delivery Division (SDD).

“IBA has been supporting Health IT SDD and its predecessors since 1992,” said Karthik Srinivasan, Senior Vice President of IBA. “Our experts will continue to leverage our experience with acquisition program management, process reengineering, and agile transformation in support of DHA’s mission. Our teams provide a wide range of services to various SDD program offices – including, Electronic Health Record Core, Care & Benefits, and Clinical Support – in an effort to advance the delivery of health care across military health systems. This win substantiates our long-standing relationship and superior service to DHA over decades.”

As part of this award, IBA will deliver Agile Transformation, Operations & Engineering, Business Process Analysis, Agile Requirements, Configuration Management, Program Management, and Acquisition and Financial support functions, enabling SDD to advance its support for various military health systems across the enterprise…

G2X TAKE: Building on a nearly 25 year history supporting Defense Health inititives, this woman-owned firm just added a strategic task to provide SDD with a broad set of support services, to include Agile Transformation, Operations & Engineering, Business Process Analysis, Agile Requirements and Program Management.

Given recent news highlighting the immense growth expected across DHA as result of the recently passed NDAA, awardee Irving Burton Associates (IBA) and Senior Vice President, Karthik Srinivasan will remain a top call to make when it comes to teaming on future requirements.



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