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February 9, 2018

Posted  February 9, 2018

Maryland announced the State has reached a settlement with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), a State contractor to the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), to resolve litigation between CSC and the State. CSC will pay the State $81 million. The settlement resolves disputes stemming from a major IT contract entered into between MDH and CSC. The contract, called the Medicaid Enterprise Restructuring Project (MERP), required CSC to develop and implement a new computer system for the State Medical Assistance Program, or Medicaid. Once the new system was established, CSC would also help operate the system. The computer system is responsible for administration of the State Medicaid program, including the processing of approximately $10 billion paid out to Medicaid providers each year. MD

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