Sierra7, Valytics to Evaluate Quality of VA’s Software Codebase

softwareThe Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded a five-year contract to prime contractor Sierra7 and subcontractor Valytics to help evaluate the quality of VA’s software code under the Software Quality Integration Results and Evaluation program.

Valytics said Thursday it will work with Sierra7 to provide techniques and tools that will work to establish a software code evaluation process at VA.

The SQUIRE program is designed to update VA’s codebase by performing software quality analysis over multiple programs, Valytics added.

Valytics is a woman-owned small business that provides testing and data management services to federal clients.

Sierra7 is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business that provides business consulting, management and technology services to public and private sector customers.

Both companies are based in Virginia.

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