REI Systems books $112M HHS IT modernization award

REI Systems has won a five-year, $112 million blanket purchase agreement to develop and modernize systems that help the Health and Human Services Department manage 90-day grant programs.

The BPA specifically supports efforts by HHS’ Health Resources and Services Administration and continues the company’s 15-year partnership with HRSA in the grant management field, REI Systems said Monday.

Sterling, Virginia-based REI Systems will apply technologies such as low code, cloud, mobility, blockchain and artificial intelligence to help HRSA prepare for future requirements involving data standardization and streaming.

HRSA is seeking updated electronic handbook systems to help with functions such as program administration and monitoring, grant administration, management reporting and performance measurement collection and analysis.

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