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Federal Health Solutions

Federal Health Solutions

As federal agencies face the intersection between the changing IT environment and the rise of new pressures and complexity in how our nation provides and pays for health care, fresh solutions are essential to meet the country’s health care needs. Developing and supporting IT infrastructures that integrate across frameworks and propel agencies toward mission success is vital to our nation’s future economic vitality.

Based on our history as a systems integrator, Lockheed Martin is uniquely prepared to help federal agencies operate more efficiently and securely in implementing public health care services for our citizens. We know how to take complex streams of data across multiple systems and operators and integrate it to provide a single actionable flow of information.

We provide public health integration solutions for a number of federal agencies:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): A CDC partner since 1999, we provide a variety of IT and operational services that help Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response (OPHPR) prepare for and respond to public health threats.  We provide 24/7 support to their Emergency  Operations Center, ensure their grant management system processes vital aid for state and local health departments, assist with accounting and tracking for the Strategic National Stockpile and provide additional consulting and technical services.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS): For more than a decade, we’ve helped CMS by providing consolidated IT infrastructure support and helping transition to computing platforms and technologies that help ensure Americans have up-to-date healthcare coverage. Under their Virtual Data Center (VDC) contract vehicle, we’ll apply our Green IT and data center consolidation knowledge to help them reduce their overall energy footprint and capture efficiencies.

Food and Drug Administration (FDA): We’re assembling strong teams and leveraging our systems integration expertise to offer FDA exceptional capabilities in support of their mission.

National Institutes of Health (NIH): Our managed cloud services solution, known as SoLaS, helps the National Cancer Institute enable clinical cancer research across the country. 

Sponsored by NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC), the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle is available to all federal agencies for awarding IDIQ contracts for a wide range of IT products, services and solutions. For more information, visit our CIO-SP3 page.

Social Security Administration (SSA): We provide engineering and mission solutions to help SSA leverage the latest advances in IT and business processing capabilities. For example, we partnered with SSA to develop a digital IT system, eDib, for processing disability claims across the agency’s 1,700 locations nationwide. The eDib system now processes more than three million claims per year, enabling SSA to achieve cost savings, reducing cost to taxpayers, and making the claims process easier and faster for disability applicants.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA): We’re proud to support our nation’s veterans through our IT and epidemiology services to the VA.

Through our subsidiary QTC, we are also the largest provider of government-outsourced occupational health and disability examinations in the nation. For more information, visit the QTC website.