** Updated 9:00 PM on July 12, 2017
“RESTON, Va., July 11, 2017 – tiag® is pleased to announce that Agile Six Applications, Inc. will acquire tiag’s Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) business unit, which includes tiag’s T4NG contract vehicle and work supporting the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Last year, tiag won this contract — comprising a five-year base ordering period and five-year option period — to provide vital IT solutions including technical support, operations, program and network management, strategy planning, systems and software engineering, enterprise network engineering, cybersecurity, and other IT and health-related IT services.
Supporting the MyVA transformation effort, tiag has delivered superior results on …” Read the full press release here
UPDATE: tiag released the press release above late Tuesday, providing some additional details and claryfying how this T4NG prime transition came to be. Clearly a strategic move by both parties.
** Posted 9:00 AM on July 12, 2017
G2X TAKE: A quick glance at the VA T4NG prime listing late yesterday revealed the name of a new firm on the roster. This SDVOSB with core competencies that “focus on the technologies required to empower Digital Services Transformation including Scaled Agile training and consulting (SAFe and Scrum), Human-Centered Design (HCD), the Digital Services Playbook, Modern Agile Architectures, Cyber Security and Application Development” has been added.
No official word from the VA yet, but Agile Six Applications Inc. is now listed as a prime contract holder for T4NG on the Virtual Office of Acquisition website here. The new listing appears to be associated with the current prime contract held by tiag (The Informatics Applications Group). We are sure much more will be revealed in the days and weeks ahead from both tiag and Agile Six.
This is clearly big news and it will make CEO, Robert Rasmussen one of the more popular people in town this week as firms offer congratulations and their support as this California-based firm looks to get off to a quick start.