Team UCS awarded four Task Orders with the Department of Justice

Along with unprecedented information access, ease of business, and enhanced user experience, the advances in IT resources herald in new opportunities for potential enemies to infiltrate Department of Justice (DoJ) networks. As quickly as IT capabilities evolve in their sophistication, so too do the abilities of our nation’s adversaries; the rapidly shifting face of IT […]

UCS awarded contract to provide lead Certification and Accreditation support for Enterprise Clinical Information Archive project

UCS recently won the opportunity to lead the certification and accreditation (C&A) effort for Brit Systems’ Enterprise Clinical Information Archive (ECIA) project in support of the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) and Navy Medicine. Our team will assist Brit, DELL, and ACUO as they navigate the challenging road towards DoD Information Assurance Certification & Accreditation Process […]

Team Dystech awarded eLearning Task Order under USAMMA PASS IDIQ

UCS was awarded the USAMMA PASS Task Order for instructional design and development in support of USAMMA’s Business Support Office (BSO). This service contract will support USAMMA BSO’s mission to plan, synchronize, and provide medical logistics for Health Service Support to the force conducting joint and full spectrum operations. UCS will support BSO’s eLearning mission requirements through instructional […]

Dystech and UCS team up to win U.S. Army IDIQ

UCS has the opportunity to expand our support presence to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA) through the Team Dystech USAMMA Professional and Administrative Support Services (PASS) indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract award. This will be a five-year contract vehicle to provide continuous professional administrative and management support services for USAMMA’s core competencies in its daily […]

UCS wins basic ordering agreement to support the Applied Biomedical Science and Informatics Program

UCS was selected to support the Applied Biomedical Science and Informatics Program (ABSIP) at Leidos (formerly SAIC-Frederick), which in turn supports a wide variety of National Cancer Institute (NCI) centers and organizations including the Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT), the Biorepositories and Biospecimens Research Branch (BBRB), the Center for Cancer Genomics (CCG), […]

UCS continues DMLSS support contract with the U.S. Navy

UCS remains the contractor of choice to ensure Navy functional requirements are captured and Navy interests are protected during the Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support Automated Information System (DMLSS AIS) development. Development of functional requirements is being accomplished at the Joint Medical Logistics Functional Development Center (JMLFDC) at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland, and requires representatives from the U.S. […]

UCS teams with CRG to provide acquisition support to the Naval Medical Logistics Command

For over five years, UCS has provided the Naval Medical Logistics Command (NMLC) with acquisition support, recently reaching an impressive $200 million de-obligation milestone. Our past success – combined with CRG’s experience – led to a new contract for continued contract closeout, receipt control, and contracting support for NMLC, Acquisition Management Directorate. Nicknamed the “Mod Squad,” our staff will provide contract […]

UCS wins contract with Army Contracting Command

As a Contracting Center under the direction of the U.S. Army Contracting Command (ACC), Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) is responsible for providing comprehensive contracting, business advisory support and expertise in the areas of: Research and Development; Command, Control, and Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance; Cybersecurity; Test and Evaluation; Chemical and Biological Defense; and Medical […]

UCS awarded IT Blanket Purchase Agreement with the Department of Justice

As the nation’s flagship defender against federal crime and terrorism, the Department of Justice (DoJ) understands that to achieve their mission, their IT infrastructure must evolve as quickly as the criminals they pursue. By combining new technologies with industry best practices and dedicated people, the DoJ is pioneering the discovery and capitalization of powerful IT resources. […]

UCS wins DIACAP contract with Philips Medical

As our reliance on a vast, interconnected, global information infrastructure escalates, the need for an equally sophisticated security paradigm inescapably increases. In order to use and secure its information systems, the DoD and Veterans Administration (VA) continue to develop complex Information Assurance (IA) processes, requirements, and certifications that ensure the integrity, accessibility, and security of mission-critical […]