Philips was the only bidder for the deal, which was awarded this week and should be completed by September 2013.
Philips is slated to provide support at U.S. Air Force and Army treatment facilities, including bases in Ohio, Texas, Mississippi, Nevada, California, Maryland, Louisiana and Oklahoma, according to a report.
Earlier this month Philips also won a small $5,900 contract to upgrade HeartStart MRx monitors for the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security’s Customs & Border Protection division.
The company is also amid negotiations for a patient monitoring maintenance contract with the Naval Medical Logistics Command, according to a report from the Federal Business Opportunities agency.
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