Through the contract, TMS will provide operations and maintenance services to the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Integrated Resource Management System, or IRMS. The contract covers application management, infrastructure management, system testing and acceptance, reporting and data analysis, program management and IT security services, according to Alpha Omega.
“The IRMS [operations and maintenance]contract will be a great opportunity to strengthen our relationship with HHS and support HRSA’s primary objective of improving access to health care services for people who are uninsured, isolated, or medically vulnerable,” said Sujani Rangareddy, CEO of Alpha Omega Integration. “We understand the critical role IRMS performs for HRSA to support fund controls and to monitor their impact on program budgets. We are committed to providing higher quality and more efficient O&M services to accomplish the program objectives.”
Alpha Omega, a SBA-certified economically disadvantaged women-owned small business, recently named Chip Seeger its senior vice president for business development. Seeger, who brings more than 20 years’ experience in business development, is a former Army executive officer and has held business development positions with Accenture, IBM, OnPoint, VMD Systems and Financial Markets International.