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VA Names Four Awardees for Potential $247M IT Support, App Development IDIQ

The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded four small businesses spots on a potential $247.3 million contract for commercial application development and information technology services.

The VA said in separate notices posted Monday that Agile Six Applications, Coforma, Oddball and Magnum Opus, doing business as MO Studio, will perform various services as part of the Customer Experience, DevOps and Agile Releases contract.

CEDAR is set-aside for service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses and is meant to serve as a contact vehicle for agile IT delivery support in areas such as application programming interface development, product management and user research.

Other topic areas under the potential five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract include cloud architectures, automated testing and continuous integration/continuous delivery, according to the solicitation document.

CEDAR will cover a five-year performance period and cater to all VA components and offices. The VA will determine performance locations upon issuance of each task order.

The department first released its solicitation for CEDAR in June 2020.

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