GovernmentCIO Wins Potential $150M VA IT Platform Support Order

GovernmentCIO Wins Potential $150M VA IT Platform Support Order

GovernmentCIO has won a potential five-year, $150M delivery order to provide program management, development and technical support for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ information technology systems.

The VA said in an award notice posted on the beta SAM website that the order has a base value of $17.4M to cover a one-year base period and includes options that would extend work through Sept. 2, 2025.

The Washington, D.C.-based IT consulting firm secured the Veterans Enterprise Technical Platform Services Portfolio Products and Sustainment order through the VA’s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology-Next Generation contract vehicle.

T4NG covers various IT and health IT support services including program planning, software engineering, enterprise network support, cybersecurity assistance and maintenance support, according to the VA’s website.

The department received four bids for the award which was set-aside for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses, G2Xchange Health reported Tuesday.

Contract work will take place in D.C. through Sept. 2, 2021.

The award builds on GovernmentCIO’s prior contract awards with the VA including the potential $179M Technology Incubation Services order and the Paper Mail Conversion and Management Services award which has a potential value of $99M.

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