CNSI Selected to Support the Department of Veterans Affairs
ROCKVILLE, MD — CNSI, a fast growing, innovative provider of IT business solutions for government and commercial enterprises, today announced that it is one of several companies awarded subcontracts with Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE:CSC) to compete for task orders under the Global Information Technology Support Services (GITSS) contract.
ROCKVILLE, MD — CNSI, a fast growing, innovative provider of IT business solutions for government and commercial enterprises, today announced that it is one of several companies awarded subcontracts with Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE:CSC) to compete for task orders under the Global Information Technology Support Services (GITSS) contract. The eight-year, $3 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract supports BuyIT.gov, the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Federal acquisition center in Austin, Texas.The GITSS contract enables government contracting officers with BuyIT.gov, and contracting officers whose agencies have franchise agreements with BuyIT.gov, to procure information technology (IT) and telecommunications support services.Under the contract, CNSI can provide IT and telecommunications solutions covering a broad range of products, services and solutions, including design and implementation for wide and local area networks; analysis, design, implementation and maintenance of application systems; systems operations and disaster recovery; IT change management; and strategic planning and training to the Department of Veterans Affairs and other federal government agencies.
About the Department of Veterans AffairsThe Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was established on March 15, 1989, succeeding the Veterans Administration. It is responsible for providing federal benefits to veterans and their dependents. Headed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, VA is the largest non-DOD Government agency and operates nationwide programs for health care, financial assistance and burial benefits.
Incorporated in April 1994, CNSI is an employee-owned, 8(a) SDB that provides innovative engineering and IT support to government agencies for enabling them to meet their mission goals. CNSI’s expertise is based on in-depth knowledge of Enterprise integration, systems engineering, change management, infrastructure and information security, network and telecommunications, and O&M support. The company develops customized solutions for industries including Aviation/Aerospace, Homeland Security, Healthcare, and Transportation.