Booz Allen wins $1B VA IT contract
- By Ross Wilkers
- Nov 06, 2018
Booz Allen Hamilton has won a potential five-year, $999.8 million task order for IT operations and services to the Veterans Affairs Department.
This order falls under the VA’s larger “T4NG” vehicle for transformation support services covers one base year followed by up to four option years. Seven offers were submitted for the order that was awarded Oct. 26, according to Federal Procurement Data System information.
While Booz Allen declined our request for comment, this particular order appears to align with a request for information from May that outlines the VA’s effort to consolidate, transform and modernize IT services through a single procurement.
This comes through the VA’s “ITOPS” directorate within its office of IT that oversees enterprise-level infrastructure engineering, system implementation, production operations and IT service management.
The task order’s scope includes cybersecurity, enterprise management framework, system and data migration, cloud computing, program management, strategy, enterprise architecture and planning support.
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