Arora Wins Spot on 10-Year $43 Billion DHA MQS2-NG Contract

GAITHERSBURG, Md. — The Pentagon announced on May 1 that The Arora Group will receive a 10-year contract, with a ceiling value of $43 billion, along with ten other firms as part of the Defense Health Agency’s Medical Q-Coded Support and Services-Next Generation (MQS2-NG) program’s unrestricted vendor pool.

“For over 35 years, Arora has supported the care of the men and women who serve our country,” said CEO Sam Arora. “We look forward to continuing to be a mission partner to DHA and helping American heroes get access to the healthcare they deserve.”

The MQS2-NG program is an ambitious procurement that will allow military facilities in the U.S. to receive direct patient care, associated support services or health activities, as well as conducting analytical support to geographical markets and individual locations. DHA also plans to make awards in a small-business vendor pool later this year.

MQS2-NG is a consolidation of the expiring Medical Q-Coded Services (MQS) and Medical Support Services (MSS) contracts, which collectively have over 50 contractors. Arora is an incumbent on the MQS and, through a joint venture, the MSS contracts.

About The Arora Group
The Arora Group is an experienced federal contractor that has delivered healthcare staffing and workforce solutions services to federal agencies since 1989. It currently supports Department of Defense installations nationwide, providing 24/7 coverage at geographically remote and hard-to-fill locations, as well as at facilities with controlled access and agencies with high profile operations. Arora is certified by the Joint Commission.

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