ICF snags $45M in CMS digital modernization contracts

CMS has awarded two contracts, totaling $45 million in value, to IT services company ICF to perform IT modernization.

The first contract is worth $25 million, to develop and maintain CMS' health data-sharing website. It has a term of 54 months, according to a Nov. 21 ICF news release.

The second contract is worth $20 million, to modernize CMS' internet quality improvement and evaluation system. It has a term of 12 months.

"As the single largest payer for healthcare in the U.S., CMS generates and collects enormous amounts of data," Mark Lee, ICF's executive vice president for public sector, said. "We bring a full suite of scalable digital modernization services to help CMS rapidly improve data quality and accessibility by healthcare professionals and the public, empowering the agency to better meet its overall mission of enhancing patient care and reducing costs."

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