Phase One (www.pocg.com) has made significant traction in the federal sector, with its sixth- consecutive task order award on the highly -competitive GSA Salesforce Implementation, Integration and Support Services (SIISS) BPA. Phase One has won all six tasks competed on the vehicle, having received awards from the U.S. State Department, U.S. Small Business Administration, General Services Administration, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
"The federal government is entering an unprecedented time of IT transformation when all legacy applications will be seriously considered for wholescale re-platforming. Legacy applications are too expensive. Agency after agency is turning to the Salesforce platform, and Phase One is an important integrator of choice to modernize aging application portfolios in federal agencies," says Jerad Speigel, Phase One CEO.
In addition to these six initial task awards on the GSA SIISS BPA, Phase One has been selected for four additional federal sector Salesforce implementation contracts over the last two months. These four additional contracts allow Phase One to bring Salesforce- based solutions to the missions of Veteran's Affairs (VA), Amtrak, U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS), and U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
For VA, Phase One is helping improve access to healthcare for our nation's veterans by implementing an integrated case management solution. For Amtrak, Phase One is leveraging Salesforce's mobile capabilities to increase efficiency at one of the nation's busiest rail yards. At HHS, Phase One is supporting the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to expand its Grant Management Application to more effectively monitor and report on grantee performance. At DoD, Phase One is working with the Defense POW/MIA Accountability Agency (DPAA) to deploy a customer and partner portal to ensure timely, accurate information is provided to families of the missing. Phase One is currently awaiting award on several other SIISS task orders