General Dynamics Information Technology has recently received $75 million from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to continue to provide and maintain software for CMS’ Durable Medical Equipment (DME) program.

CMS’ DME program provides prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies to Medicare beneficiaries. The single award has an approximate value of $75 million over 5 years, according to a media release.

Under the contract, General Dynamics Information Technology—a business unit of General Dynamics—will support, maintain, and provide software used to process claims submitted by the program’s suppliers. General Dynamics engineered the original CMS DME software and has been providing maintenance and support to the program for more than 2 decades. Work on the contract will be performed in Towson, MD, the release explains.

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[Source(s): General Dynamics Information Technology, PR Newswire]