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Vangent Wins $3.7 Million Contract from Military Health System

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Vangent, Inc. has won a $3.7 million Patient Movement Item Tracking System Sustainment contract from the Military Health System in support of the Defense Health Services Systems Program Office.

PMITS, an award-winning MHS system, automatically tracks the storage of patient movement items during peacetime and its movement during contingency and wartime operations. It also makes sure critical patient-movement equipment is available throughout patient evacuation to save critically injured warfighters’ lives.

“Vangent is proud to support the Military Health System with a mission-critical system that provides essential equipment for our military’s wounded warriors,” said Kerry Weems, senior vice president and general manager of Vangent’s Health Solutions business.

Akimeka, LLC. will be Vangent’s subcontractor partner on this contract.

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