One for the Books: Softrams awarded CMS ARTS Contract

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Zara Ikram
May 7, 2021 123 views

Team looking towards "Great News"

Softrams is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a 5-year, $2.5M Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Analysis, Reporting and Tracking System (CMS ARTS) contract. The contract was awarded as an 8(a) sole source alongside our partner ManTech.

CMS ARTS is the CMS system of record for tracking Contractor Business Proposals, Cost Reports, Deliverables, and Workload Information for various departments within the agency and contains financial, budget, and cost-related information which includes dashboard reports, contract performance reports and FOIA requests. This system is used by CMS staff and various contractors, including but not limited to Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs), Program Safeguard Contractors (PSCs) and Zone Program Integrity Contractors (ZPICs). CMS ARTS is a CMS-owned, web-based Microsoft ASP.Net application.

Softrams will perform a lift and shift into the CMS AWS cloud; enable CI/CD and DevSecOps to improve speed, security, and quality of delivery; and perform operations and maintenance using Agile methods. Softrams is proud to be a continuing ally in the digital transformation across the federal sector and hopes to continue its mission driven work of bringing positive change for all. 

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