ASM Research Wins VA IT Infrastructure Task Order; John Fraser Comments

John Fraser, ASM COO, President

ASM Research Inc. will continue providing information technology services to the Department of Veterans Affairs under a potential $2.4 million task order.

The company said the award is part of the second phase of the VA’s transformation twenty-one total technology program.

ASM President and Chief Operating Officer John Fraser said the award builds on the company’s history of supporting the VA’s T4 program.

In October 2011, the firm won a prime spot on the $12 billion T4 contract.

ASM said the contract contains one base year and two option ordering periods of performance.

The Fairfax, Va.-based firm received the VA contract with its service-disabled, veteran-owned small business partner Information Sciences Consulting Inc.

Both firms will evaluate the VA’s IT facilities nationwide as part of the contract agreement.

Russell Frutiger, ASM’s government solutions senior vice president, said ASM and ISCO’s work in IT infrastructure helps put resourcing decisions and corresponding work plans in place.

The company reports the evaluations will be incorporated into funding and scheduling systems at local, regional and Veteran Integrated Service Network levels.

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