For Immediate Release 11/20/2018
Leesburg, VA -- Gi4 LLC, a trusted provider of professional services and information technology (IT) solutions, was awarded a contract to support the Department of Veterans Affairs Financial Services Center (FSC) in Austin, Texas. In this role as a subcontractor, Gi4 will provide program management support services including portfolio management, Agile SAFe lifecycle support, fiscal management, schedule management, risk management, and applicable policies and regulations support for the FSC Program Management Office (PMO).
VA’s FSC provides financial services to VA, as well as Other Government Agencies (OGA). This contract augments the Government workforce in performing software development life cycle tasks for the FSC project management organization (PMO).
“We are very pleased that VA selected our team to support their highly visible software development efforts at the FSC. Gi4 management has hands-on support experience with the FSC since 2009, and we look forward to continuing that mission. " said Linda Mosel, President and founder of Gi4.
The contract is a five year program with a potential value of over $10M to Gi4 as a subcontractor on the T4 Next Generation IDIQ contract vehicle.
Gi4 is an innovative information technology company focused on solutions that make organizations run faster, leaner, and more competitively, by employing a human-centered design approach. We leverage centralized data and software applications to improve customer experience and increase employee job satisfaction. We use the inherent capabilities of powerful cloud platforms to centralize structured and unstructured data. We employ COTS and custom products for robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics.
Gi4 is headquartered near Washington DC, with employees around the nation. As a small, fast-growing company, employees are incentivized to grow professionally and personally as the company expands.
Gi4 is a Woman-Owned, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, HUBZone Small Business