Notice ID: 36C10B23Q0357
The Office of Veterans Affairs Logistics Redesign (VALOR) is responsible for enterprise level program management for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care logistics and medical support services management solution and comprehensive efforts in modernizing VA’s supply chain.
1.0 SCOPE OF WORK
For the Expendable Data Cleansing effort, the Contractor shall provide a proof-of-concept consumable medical supply catalog test in simulated and non-production environments that is organized into four phases. In Phase 1, the Contractor shall receive or integrate publicly available, VA consumable medical/surgical supply item master file data schemas from a VA-server into a data enhancement Software as a Service (SaaS) solution; then take this data and integrate the cleansed data schema outputs into a non-production VA Common Operating Platform (COP). Phase 1 success is defined by automatic daily updates, in a non-production environment, from the VA server to the SaaS solution to the VA COP. In Phase 2, the Contractor shall support a proof-of-concept test in the VA SimLearn Center in Orlando, Florida, which is a non-production environment. This test shall take the resulting Phase 1 master catalog data and then simulate a VA purchase order facility (non-production) using VistA systems. Phase 2 success is defined by VistA orders, receipts and payments through the simulated Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). Optional task for Phase 3, is the continuation of successful phase 1 & phase 2 processes, but in a VA warehouse or medical center (non-production environment). In this phase, the Contractor shall assist the Government with the simulation process at the VA warehouse or medical center (non-production environment). Phase 3 success is defined by a limited series of nonproduction purchase orders being received, paid for, and physically held in non-production for disposition instructions. In an optional task for Phase 4, the Contractor shall provide VA with a plan for the phased implementation of all proven concepts in phases 1, 2 and 3 throughout the enterprise. Phase 4 success is defined by the delivery of the plan in the form of a white paper to inform VA leadership. The Contractor shall provide integration and integration support to Phases 1 through 3 for the test events.
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