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GE Healthcare Nabs Dept. of Defense Contracts

March 18, 2009
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The U.S. Defense Supply Center in Philadelphia (DSCP) has awarded two 10-year contracts (one year, with nine separate option years) to United Kingdom-based GE Healthcare for comprehensive patient monitoring solutions, including acute patient monitoring, networking, telemetry systems, and vital signs monitoring.

Combined, the two contracts are valued at a maximum of $63 million annually.

DSCP is the troop support center of the Defense Logistics Agency. It provides United States armed services members with food, clothing, textiles, medicines, medical equipment, and construction supplies and equipment.

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