B3 Group Receives $686M VA Digital Transformation Support Task Order

Jeff Brody

B3 Group has secured a $686M task order to support a digital transformation center in efforts to provide emerging technology across the Department of Veterans Affairs enterprise.

The health information technology company said Friday it will lead a team composed of Deloitte, MuleSoft and  Millsapps, Ballinger & Associates to expand current DTC platforms.

DTC aims to rapidly deploy platform- and software-as-a-service offerings to help the department manage the delivery of support services to military veterans.

Work under the task order will support a range of projects encompassing caregiver records management, loan reporting, hotline activities, case management and assistance services for homeless veterans.

According to B3 Group, the company and its partners have supported more than 150 IT deployments and helped simplify the center's IT delivery process during fiscal 2018.

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