PSI nabs two contracts to support VA, Defense Manpower Data Center
- By Mark Hoover
- Nov 04, 2014
Planned Systems International has won a contract and a blanket purchase agreement to support the Veterans Affairs Department and the Defense Manpower Data Center.
Under the $120 million Veterans Affairs contract, PSI will provide the agency with support services for its Enterprise Systems Engineering Office of Information and Technology Service Delivery and Engineering’s Enterprise Testing Service (ETS).
The company’s team under this contract consists of:
PSI and its team will provide independent test and evaluation, software code quality checking, testing systems and engineering and implementation, continuous quality improvement, ETS management and logistics services, the company said in a release.
Under the potentially $250 million Defense Manpower Data Center blanket purchase agreement, PSI will provide the agency with information technology services to support interoperability between state and federal agencies to better serve service members, veterans and their families across the globe.
The company’s team under this BPA consists of:
PSI and its team will provide project management, software development life cycle support, quality assurance, systems integration, network administration and data and information management, the company said.
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