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DOD enlists PACS firms under DIN-PACS II contract


The Department of Defense has selected Agfa for a portion of its DIN-PACS II contract.

The Department of Defense has selected Agfa for a portion of its DIN-PACS II contract. The DOD had earlier named Fuji Medical Systems and Kodak Health Imaging Group as participants in the contract.

The DIN (digital imaging network)-PACS II contract, with a total potential value of $225 million over five years, initially runs for one year with an additional four option years, each potentially worth $45 million.

Companies awarded this multivendor contract become approved suppliers of advanced medical imaging and information systems to federal government agencies.

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