Booz Allen cleared to resume work on $860M Oracle Cerner VA implementation

The Government Accountability Office denied a pair of protests, allowing consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton to continue work as the program manager on an $860 million task order implementing the Department of Veterans Affairs' Oracle Cerner EHR system, Washington Technology reported Jan. 12.

After Booz Allen was awarded the task order, Cognosante and Pro Sphere Tek filed complaints alleging that Booz Allen had an organizational conflict of interest. The two parties argued that Booz Allen would be in a position to move work toward another VA task order held by its subsidiary company. 

The news comes as the VA looks to resume the Oracle Cerner implementation in mid-2023. 

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