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SRA Int’l, Booz Allen Added to $12B Veterans Affairs IDIQ

Steve Tolbert, SRA International

SRA International, Inc. (NYSE: SRX) and Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) will compete for task orders under the Veteran Affairs Department‘s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology program.

The multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year base and $12 billion ceiling.

The program will provide IT services, including program management, strategy planning, systems and software engineering, enterprise networks and cybersecurity.

“SRA understands VA’s mission, ” said Steve Tolbert, SVP of SRA International’s health and civil services sector. “We stand ready to deliver the support the VA needs, supporting their goals to drive efficiencies through the use of innovative technology while lowering costs and reducing risk. We’re proud to support the VA in helping all veterans win, enabling them to provide quality services while lessening overall IT investment.”

“For nearly 20 years,  Booz Allen has served as a trusted partner to the Department of Veterans Affairs, both at headquarters and at many of the VA’s medical centers and regional offices across the country, ” said Booz Allen SVP Susan Penfield. “Through our experience, we have developed a deep knowledge and appreciation of the mission of the VA, as well as the unique requirements and in-depth knowledge of the VA security and technology environment.”

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