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Scott Svabek: DHA Finalizing Multibillion IT Services Acquisition Program

health infosecThe Defense Health Agency will hold its final industry event for a potential five-year, $10 billion information technology support contract on Feb. 17, FCW reported Thursday.

Mark Rockwell writes Col. Scott Svabek, DHA’s acting procurement director, said the agency is close to finalizing requirements of its new health IT program.

DHA could kick off contract bidding in the third quarter of 2015, according to FCW.

The vehicle will replace the agency’s Systems Integration, Design, Development, Operations and Maintenance Services contract, which is scheduled to expire by the end of this year.

Svabek and other federal executives discussed government acquisition and small business contracting issues at an Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association-sponsored panel discussion held Thursday in Washington.

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