Mobility services and digital transformation provider DMI, Inc. has won a single-award blanket purchase agreement from the Health Resources and Services Administration to modernize its Electronic Handbook.
HRSA is a federal agency that works to improve health care for geographically isolated and economically or medically vulnerable communities. The agency addresses health disparities and improves health outcomes by delivering quality services and innovative programs that address issues such as COVID-19 and claims reimbursement.
HRSA’s Electronic Handbook enables business processes to be broken down into discrete role-based handbooks. EHBs provides user guides, electronic forms and menus to enhance workflow. By executing each step in the grants management process online, EHB reduces the turn-around time to approve grant awards.
“DMI is thrilled to build upon our trusted six-year partnership with HRSA to provide the EHB program with mission-critical support,” said DMI CEO and Founder Sunny Bajaj. “Our team looks forward to delivering an effective strategic vision to enhance the program’s long-term functionality and performance.”
Specifically, DMI will support HRSA by modernizing its service delivery practices through the adoption of innovative technologies, including infrastructure automation, hybrid cloud platforms, DevSecOps and application modernization.
The award has a 5-year performance period and a ceiling value of up to $112 million.