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This is a list of the top Federal Health IT and Consulting small businesses, broken down by socio-economic category, with total prime contract awards in excess of $1M in at least one of the last four fiscal years.  Note: These awards currently only cover the criteria listed at the bottom of the page.


Sources: The data listed above includes known prime contract actions only (sub-contracts were not counted for this list) for the current fiscal year and the three preceding years for NAICS codes 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519, 541611, 541612, 541613, 541614, 541618, and 518210.  This data originates from FPDS and is correlated with reported business size classifications in the Systems for Award Management (SAM).   For this report, Small Business size status is based on a $27.5M threshold. ** The Report includes data through 5/30/17
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Jo-Anne Belair is an Analyst for FedHealthIT Magazine. She loves testing software and thrives to find bugs others can't. Jo-Anne takes the initiative to try and find a quicker and more efficient solution to a slow process/procedure.