G2X TAKE: Accenture Federal Services, the Federal division of this global consulting firm that maintains a dedicated focus on strengthening force readiness, Veteran and citizen services, and national health outcomes and productivity, recently beat out three other bidders to secure this 5-year task to provide support for use of ServiceNow throughout the VA Enterprise. This task was competed and awarded using the T4NG IDIQ contract.
The scope of this effort as described in an early RFI includes “the people, processes, and tools required to provide a healthy, reliable, scalable, interoperable and adoptable ServiceNow ITSM tool solution inclusive of Platform and Software Configuration, Development, Integration, Modernization, Expansion, Customization, Implementation, Provisioning, Administration, and Operations & Maintenance Support services across the lanes of: Program Management, Solutions Architecture, Business Process Integration & Automation, Project Management, Asset Management, Configuration Management Database, Service Catalog, Demand Management, Release Management, Change Management, Cloud, Cyber Security, Incident Management, Problem Management, Event Management, Performance Analytics, Knowledge Management/Transfer, Continuous Improvement, and Transition In/Out Support.” More here.
- In addition to serving as a core partner to Cerner on the multi-billion dollar VA EHR Modernization effort and as a partner to many of the major SDVOSB Primes at VA, Accenture has picked up a number of wins at VA in the last year, to include a $30M Integrated Colmery Educational Assistance Act Delivery task and a Prime role on the $900M VA Veterans Intake, Conversion and Communication Services (VICCS) IDIQ.
- Accenture was recently named one of the NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.
- Accenture made several key additions to the team in the last year, to include recruiting industry leader Jill Olmstead to serve as a new Managing Director & Management Consulting Health Leader.
- The company recently expanded its Federal Digital Studio (Studio) in Washington, D.C., nearly doubling its size to more than 20,000 square feet and expanding its diverse team of designers, developers, data scientists, technologists and other digital experts.