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Kihei technology firm to compete for information technology center contract

May 24, 2012
The Maui Weekly

Pacific Business News - Keaki Technologies of Honolulu and Akimeka LLC of Kihei are among seven technology companies that will compete for contracts worth a total of $300 million over the next five years to support information management and technology demonstrations for the Pacific Joint Information Technology Center on Maui.

The Hawai'i technology companies will compete with five others from Maryland and Virginia for task orders that will include medical information management/information technology research studies; proof of concept demonstrations; and prototyping of IM/IT products; creating related advanced concept technology demonstrations and working with other programs of record to transition successful advanced concept technology demonstrations to acquisition programs.

The Pacific Joint Information Technology Center, according to its Website, supports U.S. Department of Defense medical readiness requirements and IT modernization needs through rapid prototyping and advanced concept development. The organizational mission is: "To rapidly research, test and develop warfighter medical solutions and products, through pilots or prototypes, that provide mission critical value and actionable information to the DoD, including the Services, Combatant Commanders, and the Department of Veterans Affairs."

 
 
 

 

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