Department of Veterans Affairs Awards Sustainment of Benefits Product Support Portfolio Contract to Systems Made Simple

Contract win expands SMS reach within the $12 billion Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4) project

Department of Veterans Affairs Awards Sustainment of Benefits Product Support Portfolio Contract to Systems Made Simple

For Systems Made SimpleDodge CommunicationsLeslie Kirk, 770-576-2576

(SMS), a leading provider of IT systems and services to support critical architecture, data and application challenges in the healthcare industry, today announced its contract award with the (VA) (OIT) Product Development organization to further automate and streamline veterans claims processing. The Benefits Product Support Portfolio (BPSP) project will sustain VA applications that support claims processing for compensation and pension, vocational rehabilitation and employment, educational benefits payment and tracking, life insurance, death benefits, and National Cemetery Administration programs.

The OIT provides efficient information technology services to VA point-of-care facilities and throughout each step of a veteran’s treatment. The VA Product Development (PD) organization generates secure, reliable and well-designed enterprise application software and services to serve veterans and assist VA in achieving its goals.

Within the BPSP task order, SMS will provide options for system and data migration, Section 508 conformance remediation, product transition and moving appropriate legacy systems to cloud-based applications. In addition, SMS will help PD manage the program through several support areas, including, but not limited to:

The BPSP contract has an initial performance period of 12 months with two additional 12 month options for a total award amount of $15 million over three years.

To learn more about SMS and its VA-related projects, please visit .

Systems Made Simple (SMS) is a Service-disabled, Veteran-owned Business that delivers leading IT solutions to Fortune 500 customers and federal agencies, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, Environmental Protection Agency and General Services Administration. For more than 20 years, SMS has provided program management, integration services, data management, and systems and software engineering that address unique business and operational challenges. Each healthcare IT tool developed by SMS is customized to improve day-to-day business transactions, maximize efficiencies, eliminate risks and reduce costs. To learn more, visit .

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