G2X TAKE: Fast growing IT and Management consulting company Favor TechConsulting (FTC), that specializes in Agile Transformation, Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Cybersecurity, Infrastructure, Cloud Services, and Big Data, recently beat out six other bidders to pick up a 5-year task order with Veterans Affairs for FSC Software Development. The task was competed and awarded as an SDVOSB set-aside using the VA Transformation Twenty One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) IDIQ.
- Just some of this team’s other recent experience at the Agency includes a $33M Business Intelligence Services Line (BISL) support task; a 5-year VA SharePoint based Business Analytics and Dashboard support task; a James A. Lovell, Federal Health Care Center (JALFHCC) IT Operations, Sustainment and Infrastructure Support task; a $5M VA IT Operations, Sustainment and Infrastructure Support task; an OI&T Enterprise Program Management Division (EPMD) Follow-On; and a 3-year Section 508 Compliance Sustainment task.
- In addition to serving as one of the most successful consulting firms, in terms of overall revenue, at Veterans Affairs over the last several years, this group has had their fair success outside the Agency to include picking up key Prime wins at DHS, DOL and DHA, while adding Prime positions on contract vehicles such as CMS SPARC, and the $300M DHS Services for Enabling Agile Delivery (SEAD) BPA. This current CIO-SP3 SB SDVOSB Prime was also named as an awardee for the 8(a) section of $20B CIO-SP3 SB On-Ramp.
- Looking to leverage her experience serving three Cabinet administrations and their portfolio of programs and overseeing significant programs in the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) with two key Federal health players, FTC recently appointed Monica Rosser as Chief Growth Officer. Rosser was recently recognized among those individuals driving change and advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology and Consulting Market as one of the FHIT100.
- Led by Vaseal Montgomery, President and CEO, a longtime MHS leader and Veteran with a 30-year record of service in the United States Army, FTC was identified as one of the 2020 NXT UP, a list of the top scoring Federal Emerging Technology and Consulting firms in the Government marketplace today.