Veterans Affairs Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (VA T4) is a five-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract that enables VA to modernize services through transformational capabilities, systems engineering, and other solutions that span the entire range of lifecycle-based IT including cyber security, LAN/WAN management, and technical facilities support. As the world’s largest full-service technology company, HP Enterprise Services and our partners can deliver more to VA than any other IT team - including best-in-class capabilities and practices, innovation, and a distinct heritage of demonstrated service delivery excellence.
Like many enterprises, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is facing an increasingly dynamic and complex global environment. It’s being asked to support higher levels of activity with greater precision and more predictable outcomes than ever before. It must work within growing budgetary pressures, with fewer personnel, and under greater demand. And of course, every move it makes is open to increased public scrutiny.
VA Major Initiatives seek to address many of those challenges by moving the IT focus from vertical lines of business to a more holistic, cross-cutting approach. This transformation will keep the direct value to the Veteran front and center while managing the impact of planned improvements across the enterprise - transforming VA into a Veteran-centric, results-driven, forward-looking 21st century organization.
How HP can help
The HP team offers the lowest-risk, best-value solution to VA. We leverage our in-depth knowledge of the VA environment, our extensive experience managing large IDIQ contracts, and the broad, unique capabilities of our robust team of industry-leading partners to efficiently meet or exceed all of VA’s functional requirements and small business participation goals.
Our experience working with VA will provide multi-purpose benefits: serving our nation’s Veterans by providing outstanding IT solutions based on a successful track record of delivery to VA for more than 15 years; and helping VA’s acquisition entity – the Technology Acquisition Center (TAC) discover the best ways to help VA with its acquisitions and IT programs.
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|Sponsor||U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Contract Types Supported||Time-and-Materials (T&M), Cost Reimbursement (CR), and/or Firm-Fixed Price (FFP)|
|Available To||Department of Veterans Affairs and All Federal Agencies|
|Task Order Competition Required||Yes|
|Performance Period||July 2011-June 2016|
The HP team is well situated to help the Department of Veterans Affairs fully leverage VA-T4. We bring together a unique group of industry leaders to meet the widest range of applicable capabilities and task orders within VA. This breadth and depth helps minimize risk and maximize successful delivery across all functional areas, all geographic regions, and all business classifications.
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