MKS2 announces the award of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Training Governance and Oversight System Requirements Gathering project in support of VHA’s Employee Education System (EES) office.
“We are thrilled to have been selected to support VHA and EES on this important contract to assist the VA in gathering the functional and business requirements to modernize training compliance and reporting,” said Brandon Utt, Vice President of Growth, and the VA Portfolio Manager at MKS2.
Assisting VA with Enterprise Transformation
Since 2014 MKS2 has been supporting VA’s enterprise technology transformation on multiple critical contracts to modernize and secure the VA’s IT infrastructure. Under this new contract, MKS2 will assist VHA to resolve the remaining findings from the 2014 GAO audit by identifying and analyzing the VA’s current capabilities and future needs for enterprise training governance, oversight, compliance, management, and reporting systems. This is MKS2’s first prime contract with VA.
In addition to supporting VA, MKS2 also provides cyber and information security, software development, cloud/infrastructure modernization and support, and instructional design expertise to our customers throughout the DoD, including the Army, Navy, and SOCOM. MKS2 is a prime contract holder on the Navy Seaport NXG vehicle as well as the GSA MAS schedule.
MKS2 is the largest CVE-verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Austin, Texas, with 225 contractor personnel working in 45 states and US territories. A six-time awardee of Inc Magazine’s Inc 5000 list of the fastest growing privately owned small businesses, and recipient of the inaugural VET 50 list of fastest growing Veteran- owned businesses in the US, MKS2 continues to see year-after-year success supporting the Federal government on mission-critical enterprise-level contracts.
Source: MKS2, October 18, 2022.
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