Oddball Receives $78M VA Contract for IT Platform Support Services

Jeff Brody

Oddball has received a three-year, $78M contract to provide a variety of information technology services to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The company said Friday it will manage products and deliveries, develop software, conduct user research and operate platforms under the Veteran-facing Services Platform program.

"We are honored to support VA and their vision of a modern digital experience for Veterans to learn about, apply for and manage their VA benefits," said Travis Sorensen, CEO at Oddball.

Oddball will work with partners Ad Hoc, The So Company and Empirical Path to deliver services under the contract.

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