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Toshiba to supply ultrasound systems to VA

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The Veterans Administration National Acquisition Center has awarded Toshiba a one-year contract to supply ultrasound systems to its medical centers and clinics. Under the contract, which may be extended to a total of three years, VA facilities, as well

The Veterans Administration National Acquisition Center has awarded Toshiba a one-year contract to supply ultrasound systems to its medical centers and clinics. Under the contract, which may be extended to a total of three years, VA facilities, as well as other federal hospitals, can purchase Toshiba ultrasound products through the VANAC. The annual estimated value of purchases under the contract could reach $20 million. VANAC provides more than $1.5 billion of medical-related equipment and supplies annually to the nation’s VA medical centers and other federal customers.

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