CCSi Wins VA Task Order to Support Veterans Health Registries

Maggie Bauer, CCSi

Maggie Bauer, CCSi

Creative Computing Solutions Inc. (CCSi) announced Nov. 3 that it has received a task order under the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4) contract vehicle. Under the contract, CCSi will support the agency’s Office of Information and Technology (OI&T) Product Development Program by delivering program management office (PMO) support for VA’s health registries (HREG) projects.

Based in Rockville, Md., CCSi provides program management, health services, cyber security and enterprise systems engineering to federal government clients. The company has teamed with M Powered Strategies (MPS) and Innovative Management Concepts (IMC) to combine their expertise for the HREG projects.

Specifically, under this new task order, CCSi will support the following registries: Clinical Case Registry (CCR), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Registry, Converged Registries Solutions (CRS), Military Eye Injury Registry, and Breast Cancer Registry (BCR). CCSi brings considerable expertise in portfolio and program management as well as the technical experience of registries and databases within the VA. The services provided by CCSi include program management services such as planning, development, tracking, analysis, configuration management, quality assurance, scheduling, risk management, PMAS/ProPath artifact development, and CCSi will plan and coordinate meeting activities for the entire HREG program.

“We’re humbled by the dedication and sacrifices of our nation’s service members, who continually risk their well-being for the safety of our country and its citizens. The VA’s HREG projects facilitate and improve healthcare decision making for veterans and their dependents suffering from various health-related diseases and disorders,” said Maggie Bauer, senior vice president, health services at CCSi.

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