CSSi Awarded VA T4 Task Order On Health IT

Staff Writer | CivSource | December 10, 2013

Federal contractor CSSi, has been awarded a prime contract for Flow Improvement Initiative Support Services as part of the Veterans Affairs Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4) Contract Vehicle. The Flow Improvement initiative seeks to implement innovative technologies and processes that streamline patient flow, maximize resources and save costs. CSSi was most recently involved in the congressional fracas over healthcare.gov, when Finance and Judiciary Committee Ranking Members Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) sent letters to the 47 different companies including CSSi over their involvement on the construction of healthcare.gov.

Under the terms of the contract, which has a performance period of one year with one option year, Team CCSi will provide the VA a broad range of services designed to assist VHA in carrying the Flow Improvement Initiative from conception to sustainment. Specifically, the companies will support business and clinical organizations in integrating flow IT systems into their operations to streamline processes, reduce redundancies and improve the delivery of health care.