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GDIT wins $43.5M contract to support CMS drug program

General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $43.5 million contract to continue supporting the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Retiree Drug Subsidy program.

The program runs a website that serves as a resource center for organizations participating in the program and encourages employers and unions to continue providing high-quality prescription drug coverage to their retirees. 

Under the contract, General Dynamics will deliver infrastructure, software and development, technical support, operations management, education and training, payment and appeals processing, and compliance oversight for the RDS program's public website and a secure website for plan sponsors, the company said.

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