SOURCE: VSolvit, LLC
VSolvit awarded a 5 Year, $53M contract to support Enterprise Business Systems at Naval Facilities (NAVFAC) Information Technology Center
Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
VSolvit has been awarded a $53,121,508 contract for information technology enterprise business systems (EBS) support at Naval Facilities (NAVFAC) Information Technology Center, Naval Base Ventura County. The scope of responsibilities include deployment and sustainment of an array of Enterprise Business Systems used throughout the global Navy Organizations including all NAVFAC sites, all Navy Regions, Marine Corps, and select private business partners. VSolvit will support NAVFAC requirements across all business and support lines utilizing a range of technologies including: web-based, client-server and hybrid applications, data warehouse tools, and portal.
The VSolvit team includes Rentfrow Inc. and Northrop Grumman Corporation. Ms. Payal Kamdar, President/CEO of VSolvit acknowledges that “The NAVFAC EBS success is a reflection of the VSolvit team’s strength, experience and expertise. I am delighted to assemble the best team to serve NAVFAC. Our evolution to be a successful prime contractor on this large procurement is a testimony to the effectiveness of programs and training offered by the Los Angeles Small Business Administration and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program.”
About VSolvit LLC
VSolvit LLC (pronounced ‘We Solve It’) is an award winning 8(a), Woman Owned, and a certified HUBZone company. Founded in 2006, VSolvit, LLC provides geospatial and information technology consulting services and solutions to government and private section clients. In 2011 VSolvit was selected as the USDA Woman Owned Business of the Year for outstanding performance in support of Enterprise GIS/IT implementation. In 2012, one of VSolvit’s applications was launched from the White House and Ms. Kamdar was selected as the SBA's Region IX Minority Business Person of the Year for 2012. A graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program with the Long Beach Community College District, Ms. Kamdar credits the program to enable her to think simultaneously across multiple dimensions to continuously drive VSolvit’s growth.
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