HP Enterprise Services has been selected as a prime contractor for the U.S. Veterans Affairs Department in the VA Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology program. The VA T4 is multiple-award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, worth up to $12 billion under which HP says it will compete for task orders to provide advanced technology solutions. The five-year base contract will act as a central source for the VA’s purchasing of IT services better enabling it to provide better benefits and services to veterans.
Additionally, HP has been awarded the Enrollment Modernization Technical Support task order under the Veterans Relationship Management Information Technology Solutions and Support Services program contract vehicle. This task order calls for HP to provide applications development services and implement an integrated infrastructure that will consolidate patient and military data improving the overall method of data sharing within the VA and with departments such as the Defense Department. HP will compete for additional task orders under the $480 million VA VRM ITSS multiple-award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, which has a five-year base period.
“To better serve the evolving needs of veterans while embracing advances in healthcare, the VA has implemented IT reform initiatives that will drive improvements in the delivery of benefits and coordinated healthcare,” said Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president and general manager of HP Enterprise Services’ U.S. public sector. “As a VA T4 and VRM vendor, HP will enable the VA to easily adopt innovative technology and processes that will help ensure reliable, secure access to benefits and healthcare for all veterans.”