FALLS CHURCH, VA —IBA is pleased to announce that U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) won two American Innovation Awards at the Excellence in Partnership (EIP) Awards presented by the Coalition for Government Procurement (CGP).
The Excellence in Partnership Awards honor individuals, organizations, and contractors involved in procurement with GSA, DoD, DHS and other federal government agencies, who have made significant strides in promoting and utilizing multiple award contracting vehicles. The American Innovation Award is presented to nominees for creating innovative solutions and/or processes to solve the government’s challenges in procurement and/or technology. IBA proudly supports U.S. Army’s TATRC programs for Medical Modeling & Simulation Innovation Center (MMSIC) and Mobile Healthcare Environment (MHCE), led by Jeanette Little – TATRC Lab Lead, which won two American Innovation Awards at CGP EIP this year.
IBA is pleased to nominate U.S. Army’s TATRC programs, which it has supported for over a decade. IBA congratulates Jeanette Little, TATRC’s MMSIC and MHCE labs as well as the entire team for winning two American Innovation awards. “IBA, along with TATRC, serves as the innovative nexus of collaboration, discovery and expertise in medical simulation, mobile healthcare, telemedicine and robotics. IBA is pleased to support U.S. Army TATRC in its Health IT innovation initiatives and congratulates the entire team” stated Mr. Karthik Srinivasan, Senior Vice President of Federal IT Services for IBA.
TATRC’s Mobile HealthCare Environment (MHCE) system was uniquely acquired and developed by modifying commercial off-the-shelf technologies (COTS) from the mobile banking industry, a completely different approach to traditional COTS (off the shelf or customization) procurement. The resulting COTS/GOTS hybrid solution is a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant mobile communication solution that leverages end users’ personal mobile devices in a manner uniquely distinct from text messaging or email.
IBA provides research management, technical and scientific support services to US Army’s TATRC labs, including MMSIC Center. TATRC’s Medical Modeling & Simulation Innovation Center provides advanced medical simulation across all platforms, manufacturers and research efforts, including BioGears® physiology engine (a joint initiative between Applied Research Associates, Inc and TATRC).
Irving Burton Associates (IBA) is a woman-owned Federal Health IT & Homeland Security Services Provider headquartered in Falls Church, VA, with regional offices in San Antonio, TX, Frederick, MD, and Washington, DC. This leading technology consulting services firm has over 37 years of experience delivering innovative work on the nation’s largest mission support and Health IT projects. IBA’s teams specialize in Agile development, Agile transformation, Enterprise IT, Mobile apps, program management and financial services. To learn more about IBA’s capabilities, please visit http://www.ibacorp.us.
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