InfoReliance Awarded Contract with the National Center for Telehealth and Technology
FAIRFAX, Va. – The Defense Department’s National Center for Telehealth and Technology, known as T2, has selected InfoReliance to support the nation’s warriors, veterans, and their families with highly innovative technology capabilities. This project will support psychological health and traumatic brain injury recovery through the integration of behavioral care and technology.
InfoReliance was awarded a $6.2 million contract to provide software engineering design, development and maintenance support for web, mobile and 3D gaming applications that assist in behavioral health care for the military community. T2 identifies, and minimizes or eliminates the short and long-term adverse effects of traumatic brain injuries and mental health conditions associated with military service.
“InfoReliance is excited about the opportunity to support T2 and this critical mission. Together we will help create advanced technologies to deliver services to this truly deserving group. We have a long standing history supporting our wounded warrior community and are motivated to extend our support with T2”, said John Sankovich, InfoReliance vice president for healthcare.
InfoReliance has more than 12 years of experience in the development and support of advanced applications and technologies, as well as working with the nation’s wounded warrior community. This contract expands InfoReliance’s advanced software development offers in the mobile and 3D gaming areas and complements other core technologies such as cloud and geo-spatial technologies.
The contract represents a critical win for InfoReliance and the first opportunity to partner with T2. For delivery of services, InfoReliance has partnered with General Dynamics Information Technology, George Mason University and Visual Eyes. The contract was awarded under the GSA Alliant Small Business contract where InfoReliance serves as the technical lead to Metrica Team Venture.
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InfoReliance Corporation is a specialized information technology (IT) consulting firm whose principal customer is the federal government. Our highly focused mission is to solve our customer's complex business problems and provide them with optimal and sustainable business value. InfoReliance accomplishes this by leveraging our corporate expertise in the development of world-class software and in the design and implementation of the supporting IT infrastructure and security. Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, InfoReliance is a privately-held business founded in 2000. Customers who have retained InfoReliance's services to date include more than 30 defense and federal civilian agencies and departments. For more information, visit www.inforeliance.com.