Notice ID: HT0038-21-R-0007
The Defense Health Agency’s Program Executive Office (PEO) for Defense Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS), Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems (JOMIS) Program Management Office (PMO), is seeking industry feedback on providing managed services to sustain the Theater Medical Information Joint software suite.
TMIP- J sustainment will consist of software code maintenance; software code updates; software changes for improved performance; response to Operating System changes; elimination and management of cyber issues; and training and exercise support. The contractor must be able to work within a software environment that embraces agile methodologies and utilizes a DevSecOps framework. In addition to providing software code sustainment, the vendor will also be responsible for program management regarding the TMIP–J software which will be a managed services solution for the sustainment of the TMIP-J software. The Government will provide the program specific software that the contractor will be required to sustain.
TMIP J sustainment services would require the vendor to maintain the following legacy software:
- TMIP Composite Health Care System Cache (TC2) – Inpatient healthcare and ancillary services documentation and the interface for order entry/results retrieval with Deployed Tele-Radiology System.
- Medical Situational Awareness in Theater (MSAT) – Web-based application that aggregates information from multiple communities to provide decision support and a common operating picture. This software operates in a classified environment and appropriately credentialed personnel must be provided by the contractor
- Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) – Web-based data repository/application used to view Service members’ medical treatment information recorded in the combat zone. TMDS views and tracks ill or injured patients as they move through theater levels of care, sustaining base medical treatment facilities, and includes Theater Blood Capability…