Accenture wins $98M Defense Health Agency award

Accenture Federal Services, a subsidiary of Accenture, has won a $98 million award from the Defense Health Agency to operate and enhance the Joint Medical Common Operating Picture (MedCOP).

Accenture Federal Services will be helping MedCOP with data synchronization across multiple network domains and deliver near real-time collaboration and information sharing.

The specific capabilities and services Accenture Federal Services will deliver include cloud, cybersecurity, DevSecOps, agile software development, field service engineering, user adoption, as well as training support across the Armed Services, according to the company.

The MedCOP contract has a period of performance of five years.

The MedCOP platform provides medical command and control situational awareness for the Department of Defense, combatant commands, and the Armed Services.

[Image courtesy: Defense Health Agency]

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