Axiom wins $80M in new health IT contracts
- By Nick Wakeman
- Oct 11, 2012
Axiom Resource Management Inc. has landed a pair of health IT contracts that total just over $80 million.
The first contract is a three-year pact for business operations support services to the Defense Health Information Management System within TRICARE. The contract is worth $61.6 million.
The second contract is with the interagency program office for DOD and Veterans Affairs. The four-and-a-half year contract is worth $18.7 million for corporate support.
Keymind is Axiom’s main teammate on the projects, the company said.
“We were the incumbent vendor on the DHIMS competition, and it is great to see our DHIMS clients once again place their trust in Axiom with this award,” said A. Douglas Peardon, Axiom managing partner.
The interagency program office is a new client. It is working on the integrated electronic health record and the virtual lifetime electronic record for VA and DOD.
“It’s a mission that will impact DOD, VA, and health care across the nation,” said Axiom Managing Partner, Kevin Riley.
Axiom is based in Falls Church, Va., and provides program management, information technology, and disability and accessibility services.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.