Harris team will recode VA health care system to meet HIPAA deadline

Harris Corp.’s new five-year, $5.3 million contract from the Veterans Affairs Department will help the VA’s Health Administration Center comply with the new international medical coding standards and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

VA ignores GAO protest ruling

Agency risks court fight for refusal to reopen two contracts on which veteran-owned businesses won their bid protest.

VA Acquisition Academy chancellor wins national award

Lisa Doyle was honored for her efforts in getting the VA's acquisition academy up and running

VA readies deal to buy 100,000 tablets

The Veterans Affairs Department has concluded that a mobile device management solution will overcome any security hurdles.

Harris operates to install VA surgical management system

Harris Corp. will integrate a commercial off-the-shelf surgical workflow management solution for the Veterans Affairs Department's surgical hospitals.

Harris to assist VA with providing health care

Harris Corp. will provide systems and software development services to the Veterans Affairs Department.

Senators push reforms for small-business contracting

Tougher fraud penalties and an extension for HUBzone businesses among the proposals.

Harris gets first T4 task order to enhance 6 VA legacy systems

Harris Corp. will provide systems enhancements to the Veterans Affairs Department’s Veterans Health Administration under a three-year contract that could be worth more than $9.6 million.

VA's Roger Baker gives an iPad a test run

CIO Roger Baker is one of more than 100 VA employees trying out iPads and iPhones on VA networks.

Lockheed makes a health IT acquisition

Lockheed Martin Corp. is acquiring QTC Holdings Inc., a provider of outsourced medical evaluation services to the government. Move builds Lockheed's health IT portfolio.

VA seeks info on cloud-based health care collaboration

The Veterans Affairs Department is seeking information about cloud-based collaborative tools that could improve communications between VA doctors and clinicians and reduce data breaches.

VA adds tablets to contracting vehicle

The Veterans Affairs Department has added amendments to an upcoming major procurement vehicle to specify several types of tablets and light laptop computers it may want to buy.

General Dynamics, others join protest of VA's $12B T4 contract

The Veterans Affairs Department's $12 billion T4 contract continues to attract protests, with three more filed in recent days.

IBM files protest over VA's $12B T4 contract

The Veterans Affairs' $12 billion T4 contract for IT infrastructure transformation has attracted 10 protests, including the most recent from IBM Corp.

SRA, 4 others named to $480M VA contract

SRA International Inc. and four other contractors have been named to the Veterans Affairs Department’s $480 million Veterans Relationship Management program.

Ineligible contractors getting $500M a year from VA, OIG says

Recent federal audits found some serious deficiencies in contracting at the Veterans Affairs Department, including the procurement practices that let ineligible contractors win work.

14 contractors make VA's $12B T4 contract winners list

The Veterans Affairs Department finally announces the contract award winners for its $12 billion Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology acquisition program.

Lessons from VA's ups and downs

CIO Roger Baker offers insights into how Veterans Affairs is managing its IT and the example it might present for others.

Five capture $480M VA services contract

Companies will now compete to help VA improve communications with veterans.

VA picks small biz contractor for open-source ecosystem

The Veterans Affairs Department has selected a small business as the custodial agent for an open-source ecosystem development program to modernize the VA's VistA electronic health record system.

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