ASRC Federal Data Network Technologies Awarded $90M DMIX Contract; Mark Gray Quoted

Mark Gray, ASRC Federal president and CEO

ASRC Federal Data Network Technologies has been awarded a potential five-year, $90 million the Defense Medical Information Exchange (DMIX) Sustainment & Systems Integration Support (SSIS) contract.

The Data Network Technologies team will provide systems integration and sustainment for the DMIX products, including operations and sustainment for DMIX development, test, and production environments and clinical terminology mapping services.

These services support the DHMS interoperability mission, enabling secure health information exchange consistent with national standards among the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and private sector partners.

“We are honored to continue supporting the important missions of the Program Executive Office Defense Healthcare Management Systems (PEO DHMS) and the Military Health System (MHS),” said Mark Gray, ASRC Federal president and CEO.

“The DMIX products support implementation of DoD’s new electronic health record, MHS GENESIS, providing access to comprehensive health record data. This work is vital to making timely information available in the delivery of healthcare services to our military Service Members and their families,” Gray continued.

About ASRC Federal 

ASRC Federal comprises a family of companies (including Data Network Technologies) that deliver engineering, information technology, infrastructure support, professional and technical services to U.S. civil, defense, and intelligence agencies.

ASRC Federal companies have employees in over 40 states across the U.S. focused on providing reliable, cost-efficient services that help government customers achieve mission success.

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