Irving Burton Associates Inc. has been awarded a new blanket purchase agreement to provide medical research support services to the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center in Ft. Detrick, Md.
“We began supporting TATRC in 2005 and are delighted to be awarded this new BPA because we fully appreciate the importance of research and innovation in supporting the medical needs of our military service members,“ said Sarah Carter, vice president of operations at IBA.
TATRC is a unit of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command. It performs medical reconnaissance and special operations to address critical gaps that are underrepresented in DoD medical research programs. The contract term limit is for five years.