The three awards:
- Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center: With this five-year $84 million task order, ManTech will maximize readiness through force health protection (FHP) strategies and solutions for public health threats. ManTech will provide analytic-based metrics that support the full range of customer healthcare and scientific programs, measuring the impact of vulnerabilities, assessing potential outcomes, and recommending specific actions that optimize warfighter performance, readiness, lethality and survivability.
- Defense Health Agency Medical Logistics: Through this five-year $59.4 million task order by the Defense Health Agency, ManTech will support the Defense Medical Logistics – Enterprise Solution (DML-ES), an acquisition program that provides vital supply chain management support for cost-effective, state-of-the-art healthcare delivery to active duty and reserve members of the U.S. military and their families. ManTech will support the technical refresh of DML-ES, enhancing operations and maintenance, expanding the adoption of logistics systems at VA treatment facilities, providing end-to-end cybersecurity, and facilitating cost-effectiveness and performance gains via cloud migration. DML-ES supports the DHA healthcare delivery mission by providing medical material, supplies, facilities and services that are essential to patient care in peacetime and wartime, and to promoting wartime readiness and sustainability.
- Defense Health Agency IT Infrastructure: Under this one-year $33.5 million task order by the Defense Health Agency, ManTech will support the Desktop to Data Center (D2D) Program Executive Office (PEO), implementing a standard baseline platform and improving network infrastructure. To address strategic objectives and support MHS GENESIS, DHA created the D2D program to provide a standard infrastructure for the Military Health System (MHS) that powers secure, centralized management of IT assets across the enterprise on a single network, the Medical Community of Interest (Med-COI). The D2D program is the ongoing, coordinated effort to integrate and deliver IT infrastructure services across the MHS. It enables the medical mission to be achieved through a platform that allows providers to access systems, move seamlessly, and exchange health information and medical records securely across the enterprise and with trusted partners