Aptive, a trusted provider of federal professional services and information technology (IT) solutions, was awarded a prime position on the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract—the next generation of VA’s original T4 program with an award ceiling of $22.3 billion. The T4NG contract vehicle is designed to meet VA’s long-term technology needs by procuring services for a broad landscape in the IT field including DevSecOps, enterprise engineering, cybersecurity and health IT.
“We are humbled by VA’s confidence in our team’s ability to continue providing the highest quality of support to their mission at such a pivotal time,” said Rachele Cooper, Aptive’s CEO. “This award provides Aptive with opportunities to modernize the IT systems and infrastructure that are critical for delivering services and benefits to Veterans, their families and their caregivers.”
Aptive has supported VA through dozens of contracts for the last decade and has established a trusted partnership with the agency. Aptive currently partners with VA through interoperability work, helping improve customer service, supporting mission critical programs and implementing emerging technologies. Aptive leverages best practices in user-centric design, software engineering, product management and emerging technology implementation supported by institutional knowledge to deliver unique capabilities for its clients.
“Enhancing Veteran satisfaction and ensuring Veterans are privy to the benefits readily available through VA is our core measure of success,” said Lauren Sherry, Aptive’s Chief Strategy Officer. “As the needs and demographics of Veterans change over time, collaborating with VA to understand and deliver on business needs supported by IT functionality becomes increasingly critical to delivering on the mission.”