LEESBURG, Va. (October 1, 2018) – B3 Group, Inc., a Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Health IT and PMO firm for the federal government, was awarded the Hines Veteran Guest Internet Access (VGIA) Service contract by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The $454,600 contract was awarded under the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) IDIQ contract where B3 Group will work with the VA’s Technology Acquisition Center (TAC).
“We recognize that each day approximately 2,000 patients are seen by inpatient and outpatient units at the Edward Hines Jr. VA facility, and we are honored to be part of the solution that provides our Veteran men and women, as well as their visiting family and friends, the ability to remain connected and access to much-needed digital services,” said Dwight Hunt, president and CEO of B3 Group.
Veteran guest internet access is essential for returning service members because it allows them to keep in touch with their families and friends and provides access to financial, employment and educational services available through the VA. These internet services also allow Veterans’ family members and guests to connect wirelessly to the internet when visiting the facility. Over the five-year period of the contract, the company will provide project management, help desk support, network management and wireless/Radio Frequency (RF) monitoring to VGIA at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital.
This is the seventh win for B3 Group in the last three months. The company was recently awarded contracts for eCMS Help Desk, PSES, Appeals, SCIP, WAN Services and Whole Health Mobile Application.