DebMed Awarded GSA Contract for Healthcare Hand Hygiene Products, Electronic Compliance Monitoring


DebMed, creator of an award-winning electronic hand hygiene compliance monitoring system based on the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Five Moments for Hand Hygiene, announced today it has been awarded a three-year contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). This business-to-government contract allows DebMed to make its hand hygiene products, and the DebMed® GMS™ (Group Monitoring System) for electronic hand hygiene compliance monitoring easily available for sale to government agencies under contract number V797D-40030. Federal government buyers and other eligible agencies, including Veterans Administration hospitals, are now able to receive contract pricing for all of DebMed’s products and solutions.
GSA is a preferred source for federal government agencies to procure supplies. Products currently offered in the DebMed GSA contract include hand hygiene products such as soap, alcohol-based sanitizer and lotion, as well as the DebMed GMS (Group Monitoring System), an electronic hand hygiene compliance monitoring system for healthcare organizations that can be used with or without the DebMed hand hygiene products. During the next 12 months of the contract, the DebMed product line offering will be expanded to include additional hand hygiene products.

The available DebMed products can be accessed online at GSA Advantage at and the GSA eLibrary at

Source: DebMed

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