CSRA to Help Update Veterans Benefits Administration’s Disability Claims System; Paul Nedzbala Comments

CSRACSRA’s (NYSE: CSRA) subsidiary SRA International has received a five-year, $233 million task order to update the disability claims processing system of the Veterans Benefits Administration.

SRA will aim to shorten the time for the development, adjudication and compensation of claims, CSRA said Tuesday.

“Our execution of the [Intake, Conversion, and Mail Handling Services] program will support veterans and the Veterans Administration by dramatically reducing the time it takes to process disability compensation claims, ” said Paul Nedzbala, executive vice president of CSRA’s health group.

SRA staffers in Kentucky and Georgia will work to convert the benefits claims into digital content and help mail handler services upload the huge volumes of files into the Department of Veterans Affairs’ benefit management system.

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