Creative Computing Solutions announced that it received and began work in September on three new contracts, building upon their existing work with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Department of Defense (DoD), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) respectively. Under the terms of the first contract, which was awarded by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Office of Informatics and Analytics, Veterans and Consumers Health Informatics Office (V/CHIO), CCSi will provide support for the secure delivery of health information services, business, and clinical work flow processes, including “Secure Messaging”; “Blue Button”; “My Recovery Plan”; “Health Risk Appraisal”; “Veterans Virtual Library”; and additional Personal Health Record (PHR) services.
The company also received a task order under the Alliant Small Business (ASB) Contract Vehicle to support the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) Network Services Department. CCSi will provide strategic planning and business process engineering services to assist the agency’s effort to define policies for its DoD-wide ‘Unified Communications’ planning and deployment strategy.
Additionally, CCSi was awarded a contract under the DHS EAGLE IDIQ, which will allow CCSi to build on its current security and information assurance services implementation within the DHS’ Security Operations Center (SOC). CCSi will provide information technology (IT) support services, including engineering and monitoring of the unclassified networks of the DHS headquarters (DHS HQ) Security Operations Center (SOC).
“Each of these contracts is evidence of our continuing evolution and long-standing history of superior service and proven results in achieving our federal customers’ business and IT-related missions,” said Manju Bewtra, founder & CEO of CCSi. “As we continue to expand our footprint in the federal market, we will maintain the same focus and commitment to our customers’ success that has set us apart in the federal contracting community, to date.”