HHS will move to e-Travel services over next two years

The Health and Human Services Department has awarded a task order to Northrop Grumman Mission Systems to implement its Web-based e-Travel management services across the department. The contract is valued at $945,000, plus transaction fees.

The travel services are grouped in a voucher for each trip for each traveling employee. HHS transacted 235,000 travel vouchers last year, HHS spokesman Bill Hall said.

The implementation of e-Travel at HHS will take place over the next two years. It is designed to be an integrated, easy-to-use, end-to-end travel service with anytime, anywhere access for every HHS employee. The department said it expects to save more than $35 million over the next 10 years.

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