Leidos inks $170M contract with Defense Health Agency: 4 details

The Defense Health Agency signed a one-year contract with Leidos to provide EHR and other services, according to FedHealthIT.

Four things to know:

1. Leidos inked the $170 million contract to provide its MHS Genesis Stage 6 Enterprise Services to the Defense Health Agency.

2. The contract is part of a 10-year agreement between the Defense Health Agency and Leidos that was signed in 2015.

3. Under the agreement, Leidos will provide program management, enterprise sustainment and operational management services to the Defense Health Agency.

4. Leidos has received $25 million in obliged funds.

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