Karna, LLC awarded a $65M contract in support of the World Trade Center Health Program
Officials with Karna, LLC recently announced, that through a competitive procurement process, Karna was awarded a five-year contract to provide operational support services to the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) – a federal health care program for eligible responders and survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The program is administered under CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Through this work, Karna will provide professional services and expertise in the areas of: member services and medical benefits support; medical claims processing; data management, analytics, and decision support; fraud, waste, and abuse monitoring and compliance; and, quality assurance and internal audits.
The award is among more than 40 active contracts that Karna currently has with CDC. The total contract value of the WTC of $65M over the next 5 years if all tasks and option periods are exercised.
Ambica Yadav, Karna’s Founder and CEO noted, “Karna’s is honored to have been chosen to support a program so important to those affected by the tragic events of 9/11.” Wayne Myers, Managing Partner and COO added, “Karna continues to be the contractor of choice for CDC’s most important work including the Ebola and Zika emergency response efforts, lead poisoning surveillance, laboratory safety, and now this program.”