HP, SRA Int’l Added to $480M Veterans Affairs IT IDIQ; Nedzbala Comments


Paul Nedzbala, SRA International

HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) and SRA International, Inc. were two of five companies awarded positions on the Veterans Affairs Department‘s veterans relationship management contract.

The multi-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a ceiling of $480 million.

Contractors will enable VA to deliver on-demand, self-service access to VA services and benefits. They will also improve internal business processes and knowledge sharing.

SRA will provide a IT solution with software, products and services that aid the VA mission.

“This program builds on the momentum we’ve created over the years with VA, and gives us the opportunity to further support the service men and women who’ve served our country, ” said SRA Vice President Paul Nedzbala. “The VRM program is an important step forward in transforming the experience of veterans and their families when they interact with VA to access services, benefits and information.”

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