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Agile Six to Take Over tiag’s VA IT Support Work Under T4NG Contract Vehicle

Agile Six Applications is acquiring a tiag business unit that currently offers information technology support services to the Department of Veterans Affairs through the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation contract.

Tiag President and CEO Dalita Harmon said in a statement released Tuesday that VA will continue to receive health IT support services after the novation of the firm’s T4NG contract work to Agile Six.

In March 2016, VA awarded 21 companies spots on the $22.3 billion T4NG procurement vehicle that covers health care information technology, software engineering, cybersecurity and other IT modernization support for VA and other federal agencies.

Reston, Virginia-based tiag has provided analytics and architecture platforms for MyVA Dashboard through its position on the contract.

Chula Vista, California-based Agile Six is a service-disabled veteran-owned company maintains a portfolio of health IT and other software platforms designed for veterans and their dependents.

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