Data Com­puter Corp. lands con­tract worth up to $12M

Baltimore Sun - - ELECTION 2016 -

Data Com­puter Corp. of Amer­ica, an El­li­cott City in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy and engi­neer­ing com­pany, has been awarded a con­tract from the Cen­ters for Medi­care and Med­i­caid Ser­vices worth up to $12 mil­lion over four years. Veteran-owned DCCA will de­velop and main­tain the agency’s new Med­i­caid Drug Pro­gram sys­tem, which will con­sol­i­date and mod­ern­ize drug-track­ing pro­grams. The new sys­tem is in­tended to im­prove an­a­lyt­ics, data shar­ing and CMS’ abil­ity to mon­i­tor pro­grams. “Ul­ti­mately, the de­vel­op­ment of the new ... sys­tem will help con­sol­i­date mul­ti­ple data sources into a sin­gle plat­form, pro­vid­ing in­creased ef­fi­cien­cies and more in­tel­li­gent in­sights into the in­for­ma­tion stored within the sys­tem,” Data Com­puter Corp. CEO David W. Bower said in a state­ment. DCCA spe­cial­izes in tech­nol­ogy sup­port, sys­tems de­vel­op­ment, data an­a­lyt­ics and test­ing ser­vices

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