Current and Past Performance

Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)

Defense Health Services System (DHSS)

VBA Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) – Office of Performance Analysis & Integrity (PA&I)

The Office of Performance Analysis and Integrity (PA&I) manages and enhances the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW). Established in 1997, the EDW is the source for all data and information about Veterans benefits data. It contains relevant data from each of VBA’s transactional systems and arrays the data in a variety of business intelligence reporting for executive managers, business lines and claims processing teams in VBA’s 57 Regional Offices. EDW data is used for fraud detection and prevention, financial auditing and reports to Congress; it is the source for all legal reporting requirements, to include the Government Performance Accounting Act, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006.

Argus Solutions has supported the EDW in all facets of its redesign, continuous maintenance and delivery of new data offerings. Argus Solutions’ key services for the EDW include:

Health Data Product Enhancements (HDPE) – Clinical Case Registry (CCR) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Registry

The VHA Health Registries Program supports the population-specific data needs of the enterprise. Health registries are a critical component to population surveillance. The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Clinical Case Registry (CCR) were established to provide population-specific patient data required to ensure that quality health care services continues to be delivered in a timely manner. The Traumatic Brain Injury Registry application supports the maintenance of local and national registries for clinical and resource tracking of care for such Veterans through a comprehensive evaluation questionnaires (initial and follow up) designed to provide rehabilitation professionals with a vehicle by which they can assess patients and collect clinical outcome information. The information collected from these instruments is electronically transferred and stored in the form of a medical progress note in the patient's electronic record. This progress note can be retrieved through the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS).

Argus Solutions’ key services for the TBI / CCR Registries include:

Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Department of Justice (DoJ)

ECS Limited

United States Postal Service (USPS)