Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4)

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Lockheed Martin To Acquire Systems Made Simple

Press Release | Lockheed Martin, Systems Made simpe | October 30, 2014

Lockheed Martin has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Systems Made Simple, a leading provider of health information technology solutions to the U.S. federal government...“Technology is rapidly transforming the healthcare landscape in the United States, and is critical to reducing costs and improving patient care,” said Lockheed Martin Chairman, President and CEO Marillyn Hewson. “Systems Made Simple’s capabilities in engineering health technology solutions are a natural extension of our existing health IT portfolio, and will enable us to deliver a broader portfolio of capabilities to meet our healthcare customers’ current and future needs.”

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VA Awards Systems Made Simple Re-Compete Of T4 Veterans Services Network (VETSNET) Development And Maintenance Support Contract

Press Release | Systems Made Simple, Lockheed Martin | December 30, 2014

Systems Made announced it has been awarded the re-compete of the Veterans Services Network (VETSNET) Development and Maintenance Support contract under the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Transformation Twenty-one Total Technology (T4) contract vehicle.

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VA, HHS Continue to Invest Heavily in Health IT and Telecommunications Services

Phil Goldstein | FedTech | July 11, 2016

Despite across-the-board federal budget cuts in recent years, the departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs have continued to invest in new health IT and technology services, according to a recent report from Big Data and analytics firm Govini. Further, the report found that the fiscal year 2017 budget outlook for the two health-focused agencies is strong, with the VA and HSS expected to make technology investments geared toward systems modernization, networks and cybersecurity infrastructure...

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VA, Pentagon Spent At Least $1.3B On Canceled Joint EHR System

Staff Writer | iHealthBeat | August 29, 2013

The departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs have spent at least $1.3 billion during the last four years in an unsuccessful effort to develop an interoperable electronic health record system, according to an investigation by News21, the Center for Public Integrity reports (Winston, Center for Public Integrity, 8/27). Read More »

Veterans Affairs, Defense Depts. Spend Billions In Effort To Coordinate Records

Hannah Winston | The Center for Public Integrity | August 27, 2013

After two years and more than $1 billion spent, integrated health records system canceled Read More »