GovernmentCIO Wins $150M Contract to Support VETPS

GovernmentCIO Wins $150M Contract to Support VETPS
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GovernmentCIO (GCIO) has been awarded a five-year, $150 million full and open award, under the Veterans Experience Technical Platform Services (VETPS) effort. GCIO will provide portfolio, product line and product management support for its products and sustainment activities. GCIO also will deliver technology services centered around Veterans and platform capabilities that provide secure, seamless benefits and services to Veterans and their families.

With the award, GCIO will build upon its history with the VA. The company recently secured  a Data Management and Analytics Division (DMAD) Support task order in Aug. 2020. The company will provide support for the development, execution, sustainment, and maturation of core DMAD organizational business intelligence and analytics (BI&A) functions. 

Earlier this year, the Sprezzatura-GovernmentCIO joint venture (JV) acquired a prime contract holder position on the VA T4NG IDIQ, which enabled GCIO to become a go-to partner and contract vehicle option for the VA. Additionally, the win has enabled the company to maintain their status as a major partner to the VA.

About GovernmentCIO

For nearly 10 years, GovernmentCIO has provided premiere IT services to the government. Since its formation, GovernmentCIO has served clients as the distinguished firm dedicated to government IT, delivering authoritative thinking on the key issues facing government IT executives.

GovernmentCIO is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned (SDVOB) company headquartered in Washington, D.C. GovernmentCIO started its consulting work at the Department of Labor and has grown ever since to successfully engage a wide array of work across numerous Government departments– most notably, the VA. 

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