Veteran Information Technology wins NASA SEWP V contract
Veteran Information Technology (VIT), a joint venture between Colorado Springs, CO-based Veteran Engineering and Technology (VET) and Santa Fe Springs, CA-based IMPRES Technology Solutions, Inc. announced on May 19 that it has been awarded a Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V contract.
VIT combines the individual resources of both companies. IMPRES has forged a vast ecosystem of OEMs and distributors; garnered concrete relationships with numerous federal agencies, all branches of the Department of Defense, and the Intelligence Community; while maintaining customer satisfaction through their ISO 9001 quality system, and CPARS ratings. VET has developed 12 years of experience in systems engineering, support services, and technical management.
Managed by NASA, SEWP V is a multi-award, Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) focused on information technology products and services to all federal departments. This 10-year, $20B contract supplies a vast catalog of Information Technology products, such as desktops, tablets, and servers; networking equipment; storage systems; cloud services; and video teleconferencing solutions.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for both companies. It stabilizes and expands our business base, provides growth for our current employees, and provides potential to expand here in Colorado Springs and Southern California,” stated Norm Anderson, President/CEO of Veteran Information and Technology. Richard Fu, President/CEO of IMPRES remarked, “This joint venture demonstrates IMPRES’ dedication to partnerships with companies of the highest caliber as well as providing our customers with a streamlined GWAC to support their missions.”
Source: IMPRES Technology Solutions, Inc.