Granicus has won a recompete contract award for $49 million from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Under the 3-year contract, Granicus will serve as the subcontractor to Carahsoft Technology Corp., in support of the CMS Office of Communications.
This is the latest contract award to support CMS.gov, HealthCare.gov, Medicare.gov and Medicaid.gov. It builds on a 10-year-long partnership between Granicus and CMS to deliver communications strategies and technologies that create impactful digital experiences to aid in educating and enrolling the public in government health programs.
“Granicus is committed to supporting the critical work Federal agencies do to ensure the public can more easily interact with government during impactful life events,” said Granicus CEO Mark Hynes. “Our long-term partnership with CMS has resulted in one of the most sophisticated public engagement programs in government ⏤ one that leverages modern experience technologies and data science to help inform, qualify, and guide individuals as they navigate one of their most important life choices.”
By increasing public awareness, encouraging engagement and measuring outcomes, Granicus’ continued support of government health service adoption ensures maximum enrollment of individuals needing benefits, the company said.
“We are thrilled to continue to support Granicus in the contract award from CMS,” said Craig P. Abod, Carahsoft president. “This collaboration holds significant importance as it enables us to contribute to CMS’s vital work in providing health services to millions of U.S citizens.”