G2X TAKE: Looking to leverage the perspective Senior IT and Information Security leader Alistair McLean has gained over the course of more than a decade with the Defense Health Agency and Navy Medicine, ManTech, a global technology player, with a health division that maintains particular strength in Federal Healthcare systems, adds yet another DHA IT leader to the team.
Alistair's experience includes serving as CIO for a Navy Hospital, driving enterprise Cybersecurity efforts and leading teams of 100 in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. In his new role Alistair will serve as a Business Relationship Manager with ManTech.
Prior roles include:
Deputy, Web & Mobile Technology Programs (Solution Delivery Division) - Defense Health Agency
Section Chief, Assessment & Authorization Execution (Cyber Security Division) - Defense Health Agency
Enterprise Cybersecurity Manager - Navy Medicine Information Systems Support Activity (NAVMISSA)
Chief Information Officer - Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms
This time last year ManTech announced a trio of awards totaling $177 million in support of MHS, to include an $84M Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center support contract, a $59M Defense Health Agency Medical Logistics contract, and a $34M Defense Health Agency IT Infrastructure contract.
ManTech has been quietly building out their DHA/MHS team over the past year or two, to include adding DHA IT Infrastructure and Operations Leader Adam Peters this time last year; promoting Raul Jurado into an Executive Director role leading DHA and VA growth; promoting Sarah Carter to Executive Director, Federal Health Client Executive supporting DHA and VA; recruiting former TRICARE Chief for Program Operations and former Chief of Staff, Dr. Jerry Gardner, to lead a multi-million dollar complex scientific research program supporting the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center; and adding former DHA D2D project liaison and Mobile Technology Leader William Berg.
ManTech, who broke into the Federal Healthcare IT market in a big way in 2012 with the acquisition of Evolvent Technologies, a consultancy who offered Healthcare-systems integration service, specializing in Federal Healthcare systems, carries forward a broad set of past performance in support of MHS and DHA, ranging from support for the DOD/VA Bidirectional Health Information Exchange and the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record Health, to their work at Tricare Management Activity and the Health Artifact and Image Management Solution (HAIMS).
In the Spring of 2019 ManTech announced that it had completed the acquisition of Kforce Government Solutions (KGS) for $115 million in cash, further building out its footprint in the Federal health market.
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