MSSI-TeleScience wins Bureau of Indian Affairs deal
- By William Welsh
- Jul 12, 2004
MSSI-TeleScience International Inc. has won a four-year, $1 million contract from the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide dental services, the company announced today.
MSSI-TeleScience of Vienna, Va., will provide general and pediatric dental services for oncall work at three hospitals on Indian reservations in Arizona. These are the health centers in Sells, the Santa Rosa Health Center and the San Xavier Health Center in Tucson. This is the company's first contract with the bureau.
The company's Medical Services Division has operations in 22 states servicing hospitals and medical facilities with doctors, nurses and technicians, including long-term contracts with the Army, Health and Human Services Department and State of California.
MSSI-TeleScience offers long-term medical personnel, homeland security and technology services to federal, state and local government agencies and to the private sector.
The company's technology division provides systems integration and information technology services to the federal government as well as emergency equipment, decontamination products, vehicles and supplies to state and local governments.
William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.