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ASM’s John Bukartek Comments on $300M Tricare IT IDIQ

ASM Research will compete for task orders on a potential $300 million information technology contract with the Tricare Management Activity, the company announced Thursday.

Northrop Grumman also holds a spot on the five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

ASM’s team will work to develop medical information solutions for service members and veterans, Vice President John Bukartek said in a release.

The Pacific Joint Information Technology Center — based in Maui, Hawaii — is the Military Health System’s hub for proof of concept and prototyping of information management and IT products and services geared toward the Pentagon’s medical readiness goals.

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