Dayton, OH – February 12, 2024 – Creek Technologies (CreekTech), an innovative firm specializing in technology, education, and management consulting, is excited to announce the successful acquisition of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Geographic Service Providers (GSP) contract through its joint venture with DDC IT Services (DDC ITS). This contract underscores CreekTech’s commitment to innovation and excellence. In collaboration with DDC ITS, CreekTech will provide comprehensive enterprise IT solutions to support Military Health Systems (MHS) Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS), extending its reach to medical treatment facilities and various business areas worldwide.
The $2.4B indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract encompasses a range of task areas, including IT service desk; database, application and web development; identity management and desktop support; data center operations; information assurance; network operations; telecommunications; clinical informatics; and information business operations. The team of leading technologists from Creek-DDC JV will support EITS in seamlessly integrating healthcare systems to standardize service delivery, drive efficiency, and enhance healthcare quality.
“CreekTech is grateful for our strong partnership with DDC IT Services,” stated CEO, Dr. Allen “Lea” Culver. “Our shared commitment to excellence positions us to provide exceptional services to DHA, leveraging our experience supporting health IT contracts across the DoD community.”
“We are incredibly proud to partner with CreekTech to advance the critical healthcare objectives of the Defense Health Agency,” stated Jeff Abney, President, DDC ITS. “The DDC family of companies upholds a long-standing partnership with DHA, and we are committed to building on our history of success to offer transformative solutions that will bring lasting value to defense healthcare delivery and readiness.”
The GSP contract period spans a total of ten years with a five-year base period and one five-year option period, offering long-term IT service delivery for MHS and the broader DHA enterprise. Creek-DDC JV’s commitment to DHA’s mission will enable an enhanced integration of healthcare delivery systems to achieve medical readiness, improve quality, and enhance the healthcare experience.
About Creek Technologies
CreekTech is a highly regarded Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that has established itself as a leader in providing state-of-the-art information technology (IT) solutions, healthcare IT services, education and training services, and management consulting. Founded in April 2007, CreekTech is based in Beavercreek, OH, where it has received numerous accolades for its commitment to excellence. The company has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America, earning a spot on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list and the Vet100 list, which honors the fastest-growing veteran-owned businesses. These acknowledgments are a testament to CreekTech’s significant growth and its valuable contributions to the industries it serves. For more information, please visit www.creek-technologies.com.
About DDC IT Services
Since 2014, DDC ITS has delivered innovative technology solutions to power federal government missions. The company solves its customers’ critical challenges by leveraging cutting-edge design patterns and leading capabilities including healthcare services, data management, cloud solutions, enterprise architecture, and IT operations. As a Tribally owned subsidiary of Diné Development Corporation (DDC), DDC IT Services is committed to advancing the Navajo legacy of innovation to ensure sustainable prosperity for future generations. For more information, visit www.ddc-its.com.
For more information about the Creek-DDC JV and the DHA GSP contract, please visit our website at www.creek-ddc.com.
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