Liberty IT Solutions LLC, which specializes in Health Information Technology has been awarded their largest award to date with the 60-month (1-year base period, plus 4 option years) Health Integration and Modernization (HI&M) Task Order from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This $434M Task Order will consolidate the Enterprise Portfolio Management Division (EPMD) Health Portfolio’s application under one modernization effort. This will allow VA to institute leading development practices to benefit all applications. Liberty will partner with Geek Sources Inc. and Ad Hoc LLC on the HI&M Task Order, both bringing unique experience and expertise to the program.

Through the modernization effort, Liberty will consolidate Office of Information and Technology (OIT) EPMD Health Portfolio projects and products into the Cerner Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. This will require Liberty to create a System of Systems (SoS) that supports Cerner and the Health Portfolio.

Liberty CEO, Bill Greene, says of the win: “Liberty is honored to take on the Health Integration and Modernization Task Order. Our abilities, along with those of our partners, will prove to be a successful match for delivering a high-quality product to Veterans Affairs. The modernization of the EPMD Health Portfolio’s applications is an exciting opportunity for Liberty, and we look forward to our partnership with VA on this important Task Order.”

Under this Task Order, Liberty and partners will deliver Human-Centered Design (HCD) and Application Performance Monitoring (APM) at scale to inform opportunities to deliver Veteran-centric products that preemptively resolve practical issues users face by developing user-focused products. This robust APM solution will inform developers and VA staff about issues before they impact the Veterans/users.

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