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Vetegrity Secures Contract to Support DISA Facility Engineering Activities

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Vetegrity Secures Contract to Support DISA Facility Engineering Activities

Vetegrity has received a potential 20-year, multimillion-dollar contract extending ongoing computer-aided drafting, engineering and architectural services for the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Hosting and Compute Center.

Vetegrity, based in Maryland, is expected to support efforts by DISA facility engineers to build infrastructure for agency and customer data processing requirements.

The award resulted from a competitive procurement under the General Services Administration Multiple Award Schedule, Vetegrity said Monday.

Vetegrity is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that works with Department of Defense and intelligence community organizations. It offers system engineering, technical assistance and other services supporting customers’ information technology systems and data centers.

The company is verified by the Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Veterans Enterprise and the National Veteran Business Development Council.

In August, the company secured a potential multi-year task order to continue providing military construction support to DISA in and out of the continental United States. The award was made under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the agency for CAD and engineering support.

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