FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 18, 2020
Steve Scibetta

Reston, VA – Qbase, a leading provider of essential IT and data analytics services to key Federal and commercial clients and the performing member of the SBD Alliant joint venture, today announced that it will support the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Desktop to Data Center Surge (D2D) effort. As part of the work, Qbase will support the D2D effort with the implementation of a Standard Baseline Platform to Improve DHA network infrastructure.

The DHA D2D program is the ongoing, coordinated effort to integrate and deliver IT infrastructure services across the Military Health System (MHS). It allows providers to access systems seamlessly and exchange health information and medical records securely across the enterprise and with trusted partners. The underlying system to enable this is through the deployment of a standard infrastructure for secure, centralized management of IT assets across the enterprise on a single network, the Medical Community of Interest (MedCOI).

“We are excited that DHA has selected Qbase to participate in their important D2D surge and thereby provide enduring support to an additional twenty-eight Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) both CONUS and OCONUS, said Gary Sofo Qbase’s EVP of Health Information Technology Solutions (HIT). “We are proud to be selected and viewed as DHA’s go to partner when it comes to deploying well qualified network engineering resources in some of the most difficult DHA staffing locations in CONUS, Europe and Asia as DHA transitions to their new modern electronic health record system GENESIS.  We can’t wait to get started.”

The award on the Alliant Small Business task order is for one base year and 3 option years.