McLEAN, Va. - Science Applications International Corp. says it has won a contract to support health care operations for organizations including the U.S. Coast Guard and the State Department.
The McLean, Va.-based company said Thursday that it was awarded the contract valued at $17 million has a one-year base period, one 12-month option and one nine-month option.
The work will be performed primarily in Falls Church, San Diego, Calif., and the designated U.S. Coast Guard Operations Systems Center.
SAIC it will support the Coast Guard's USCG Integrated Health Information System that provides beneficiaries access to their health records.
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