VA Awards 21 Firms Spots on Potential $22B Follow-On IT Modernization Contract

cloudITThe Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded 21 companies spots under a potential 10-year, $22.3 billion acquisition vehicle that covers information technology upgrades support for VA and other federal agencies.

The contractors will compete for task orders to provide healthcare IT,  systems and software engineering, enterprise network management, cybersecurity, program management and strategic planning services through VA’s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation contract, the department said Tuesday.

Ten of the selected companies are service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, two are small businesses while nine are large businesses.

Awardees on the T4NG program are:

  • AbleVets
  • Accenture (NYSE: ACN)
  • B3 Group
  • Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH)
  • Business Information Technology Solutions
  • By Light Professional IT Services
  • CACI International (NYSE: CACI)
  • CSRA’s SRA International business (NYSE: CSRA)
  • Ellumen
  • Favor TechConsulting
  • Halfaker & Associates
  • HMS Technologies
  • IBM (NYSE: IBM)
  • Information Innovators Inc.
  • Intelligent Waves
  • Kforce Government Solutions
  • Liberty IT Solutions
  • Nester Consulting/GovernmentCIO
  • Systems Made Simple
  • The Informatics Applications Group
  • TISTA Science and Technology

The T4NG contract has a five-year ordering period and one five-year option and is a follow on to the T4 sourcing program that was launched in July 2011.

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