Al Nardslico: Systems Made Simple to Continue Supporting VA Claims Process Automation

Al Nardslico
Al Nardslico

Systems Made Simple has won a recompete contract to help the Department of Veterans Affairs create and maintain applications for processing veterans’ disability claims electronically.

The Lockheed Martin-owned company said Tuesday it has been supporting the agency’s efforts to convert paper claims to digital records under the Veterans Services Network Development and Maintenance Support program.

“We are proud to announce this win for our organization and believe our technical and management approach will help improve outcomes for our nation’s veterans and their beneficiaries, ” said Al Nardslico, president of Systems Made Simple.

The New York-based contractor will also continue to update VETSNET applications intended to manage the VA disability benefits and education claims process lifecycle.

The contract was awarded through the Transformation Twenty-one Total Technology vehicle.

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