Cognosante has secured a spot on a potential 10-year, $10 billion multiple-award contract from the Defense Health Agency to provide knowledge translation services in support of military medical research and development programs.
The company said Wednesday it has been selected as a prime contractor eligible to compete for task orders in the translational science support and services market segment of the OMNIBUS IV indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle.
Cognosante will also vie for task orders as a subcontractor in the area of R&D support services.
The company has been providing support services to the DHA Implementation Science Branch and other federal agencies including the Veterans Health Administration.
“This win builds upon our extensive implementation science experience in the Military Health System and offers new opportunities to demonstrate value through impactful work that supports the health and readiness of the warfighter,” said Philip Dietz, general manager of Cognosante’s military and veterans health business unit.
Fifty-six out of 61 offerors were awarded spots on the IDIQ contract in May.
The contract has a five-year base ordering period that will conclude on June 19, 2027, and a five-year option period that would extend work through June 19, 2032.