Notice ID: ID03140028-077
“The Program Executive Officer (PEO) Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) provides infrastructure and information management systems enabling the U.S. Army to achieve victory through total information dominance. PEO EIS develops, acquires, and deploys tactical and non-tactical information technology systems and communications. The Product Management Office (PMO) Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) is the Army’s single Information Management/Information Technology system for automation and digitization efforts for deployable medical forces. The MC4 program provides fully integrated medical products and information/communications solutions to effectively and seamlessly link, vertically and horizontally, all echelons of deployable medical care. MC4 systems provide visibility of deployed medical forces and casualties, as well as, an accurate and timely means for documenting healthcare from the point of care to a centralized database – making the information available worldwide.
MC4 is a (semi-) ruggedized system-of-systems containing medical software packages fielded to operational medical forces worldwide. The system is comprised of joint software, commercial and government-off-the-shelf products including Theater Medical Information Program-Joint (TMIP-J) applications provided by Defense Health Clinical Systems (DHCS), formerly Defense Health Information Management System (DHIMS). The TMIP-J applications include software for Electronic Medical Record (EMR) documentation, a web-based application that serves as a deployed EMR repository and a web-based application for conducting battlefield surveillance. Although the MC4 program doesn’t create the TMIP-J software, it does provide the tools needed to digitally record and transfer critical medical data from the foxhole to medical treatment facilities around the world. With more than a decade of experience managing the Army’s deployable medical recording system, MC4 remains the most widely-used, comprehensive information management medical system on the battlefield….”
“… NATURE AND/OR DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTION BEING APPROVED The Government intends to issue a modification to extend GSA Contract No.: GS00Q09BGD0037, Task Order No.: GSQ0315DS0005 with CACI by 60 days to support the current needs of the MC4 program. The cost of the extension is estimated to be which is consistent with the average invoiced cost for two months of performance under Year 6 of the current task order. However, the Government anticipates a decrease in the level of effort as the requirement concludes. The extension is needed to: (1) allow MC4 to continue to support its current mission with no break in service, and (2) provide critical transition out support. An RFP was issued against the GSA ALLIANT II contract vehicle (reference ID03200035) on 09/10/2020 with a closing date of 10/19/2020 for the follow-on requirement. Award of the follow-on task order is expected in late December 2020…”