“The National Cemetery Administration (NCA) Digital Services, Public Engagement Initiative, is seeking contracted support for a variety of elements in association with the maintenance and support of two web sites and a mobile site. They are www.cem.va.gov and vaww.nca.va.gov. The mobile site is m.va.gov. The contractor support shall be required to provide expertise in the above areas as well as a structured team-based operational environment. The team-based operational environment shall include the design, implementation, review, and transitioning of the NCA Web presence utilizing both external and NCA standards in combination with VA and NCA Web policy and procedures. This contract supports a mandatory requirement for a new “look and feel” with enhanced features and maintaining the user-friendly interface. This contract will require maintenance of a responsive design website, designed to work on tablets and mobile devices. These tasks may require the expertise of the contractors to provide support to NCA if VA transitions to a new web template. This contract will also involve content management and support of digital media. This includes managing multiple platforms, and ensuring NCA’s messaging is appropriately, and effectively, distributed on various digital media platforms and networks. “
G2X TAKE: SDVOSB, A-Team Solutions recently added a 4.5-year contract to support the National Cemetery Administration (NCA) Digital Services, Public Engagement Initiative. Initial funding is $1.13M.
More than a few will wonder why a task that involves the maintenance and support of two websites and a mobile site was not released through T4NG. This task was competed on FBO. Fulton, MD based A-Team, who provides a wide range of administrative, medical staffing, clerical, and professional support services in management consulting, IT services, and staff augmentation for the Federal Government does have a long track record of supporting VA, though most appear to have been in medical/physician temporary staffing services to date.
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