Remote Medical International (RMI), a Seattle-based provider of medical logistics, supplies and personnel to customers operating in remote areas, has been awarded a $95 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

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Remote Medical International (RMI), a Seattle-based provider of medical logistics, supplies and personnel to customers operating in remote areas, has been awarded a $95 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

RMI will provide HIV rapid test kits, which can provide HIV test results in a non-clinical setting within 30 minutes, to USAID and its partner programs worldwide.

The contract is part of USAID’s $10.5 billion, 8-year Global Health Supply Chain Program. The program purchases and distributes medicine and health supplies, and uses data analytics and other tools to drive down costs and increase delivery speeds, according to USAID.

The value of RMI’s contract could extend to about $300 million over the next eight years, according to a news release from RMI.

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RMI is part of Seattle-based international health-care business Columbia Pacific Management.