JDSAT is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a new five-year, $30 million contract supporting the United States Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery-Consolidated Information Center.

This work is to improve data and analytic maturity in Navy Medicine to support the health and readiness of Sailors and Marines and improve warfighter survivability. This effort will provide numerous analytic services to support the interests of Navy Medicine across a variety of near-term needs, as well as make progress towards achieving long-term goals. Requirements include:  

-Providing analytic tools that will enable leaders to make more informed and expedited data-driven decisions;  

-Developing a central cloud data repository; enable an enterprise platform to perform meaningful predictive and prescriptive analyses;

-Educating leadership, operations managers, business planners, and analysts across Navy Medicine to help them develop their critical thinking skills and their ability to identify data needs for projects; and,

-Developing a collection of processes, roles, policies, standards, and metrics that ensure effective and efficient use of information/data that enables the CIC to achieve its goals.