Liberty IT Solutions Expands Portfolio With Awarding of $2MM Compensation and Pension Record Interchange (CAPRI) Sustainment Program

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CAPRI enhancements will deliver additional value to Veterans seeking access to health benefits

Liberty IT Solutions, LLC, that specializes in Health Information Technology, has been awarded a 36 month, $2MM task order to perform enhancements on the Compensation and Pension Record Interchange (CAPRI) Progress Note Construction Set (PNCS) and Disability Benefits Questionnaires (DBQ) Push Utility task. The CAPRI system serves as a vital bridge between the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) information systems.

Bill Greene, CEO, says of the win, “Liberty is honored to have been chosen by VA to lead the CAPRI PNCS and DBQ Utility task order. It speaks volumes to the trust and confidence that our client has placed in us and we look forward to delivering high quality results in the sustainment of the CAPRI systems.”

Liberty IT, the prime contractor on the initial CAPRI task order worked in designing the system to provide Veterans, Service Representatives, and Decision Review Officers access to medical data and to help determine Veteran eligibility for benefits. Through this new task order, Liberty will improve the existing interoperability between the PNCS, DBQ, and CAPRI functionalities. In expanding their work on the CAPRI program with VA, Liberty looks forward to delivering additional value for Veterans seeking access to their health benefits.

About Liberty IT Solutions

Liberty IT Solutions is a mission-centric Veteran-owned business that supports multiple government agencies across a diverse portfolio of Health IT projects. Our team believes that lines of code can change lives and is driven to enable that to happen more often, more securely and more efficiently.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Liberty IT Solutions at 571.356.9627 or email at contact@libertyits.com

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