CALIBRE Partners with Information Innovators Inc. to Win T4 Next Generation Contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs
PRESS RELEASE / June 17, 2016
Alexandria, Virginia, June 17, 2016 – CALIBRE, an employee-owned management consulting and information technology solutions company supporting government and industry, today announced its partnership with prime contract-holder, Information Innovators Inc. (Triple-i), on the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) vehicle.
Triple-i is one of 21 awardees on the new contract, which has a base ordering period of 5 years and one 5-year option period with a program ceiling of $22.3 billion. Through this vehicle, the VA will procure information technology service solutions including technical support, program management, strategy planning, systems/software engineering, enterprise network engineering, and cybersecurity, among other IT- and health-related IT requirements.
CALIBRE will support VA’s mission in several areas, including Veterans transition programs, human capital management, training, health analytics and informatics, information technology solutions, strategic planning, program management, and decision support.
“Over 40 percent of CALIBRE employees are Veterans,” said CALIBRE President and CEO, Joe Martore, “and the opportunity to support our nation’s Veterans is very important to us. We look forward to teaming with Triple-i on the T4NG contract vehicle to provide the high quality service that every Veteran deserves.”
Alexandria, Virginia-based CALIBRE Systems, Inc. is an employee-owned management consulting and information technology solutions company supporting government and industry. CALIBRE is committed to the success of our clients, and delivers enduring solutions that solve management, technology, and program challenges.
For more information about CALIBRE, please visit www.calibresys.com.
Contact: Craig College, Senior Vice President, Strategy Development