Tyto Athene Wins $66M Defense Health Agency’s E-Commerce Support Contract
Tyto Athene has won a potential five-year, $65.8 million task order to help the Defense Health Agency maintain and operate enterprise IT systems that interact with their counterparts in the private sector healthcare system.
Four companies in total submitted bids for the order that the General Services Administration worked with DHA to manage and award, the Pentagon said in its Wednesday awards digest.
This performance work statement from April describes how DHA’s E-Commerce Operational Systems facilitate payments to civilian health care providers in the TRICARE military care network if such support is not available to active duty and retired personnel through military treatment facilities.
EOSS systems contain financial management, acquisition support, contract management, and contract operations applications for functions such as the conversions of health care claims to invoices and payment processing.
Data Computer Corporation of America is the incumbent with its five-year contract currently slated to expire on Jan. 13, according to Deltek data. That pact has a $51.6 million ceiling.
GSA made the recompete award through the government-wide Alliant 2 contract vehicle for IT-centric solutions.
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