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VetsEZ Awarded OneIT Program Contract from SEC

VetsEZ has been awarded a OneIT Program Contract from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). OneIT is a $2.5B multiple award contract to provide information technology services and solutions that encompass the entire lifecycle of SEC systems.


NEWS & ARTICLES INNOVATING AT VETERANS AFFAIRS Optimizing HealthShare Platform in Support of Veterans Health Information Exchange (VHIE)  by  James Adams, Ana Kuykendall, Maggie Nham, Dani Sullivan, David Vazquez Client Situation The Department of Veterans...

VetsEZ – Great Place to Work-Certified™ Company

VetsEZ is now a Great Place to Work Certified™ company. Receiving this certification with a 97% employee satisfaction rating is the big step towards understanding how our employees satisfaction stacks up within the great company culture we’ve built.

Supporting Veterans in the Workplace

NEWS & ARTICLES Supporting Veterans in the Workplace   With Veterans’ Day right around the corner, it is imperative that our commitment to military veterans is extended beyond bumper stickers, flags in the front yard and a round of drinks at the local corner...

VetsEZ’s Release Readiness Tool

NEWS & ARTICLES VetsEZ’s Release Readiness Tool Offers Consistent and Accurate Results to Self-Assessing Development and Sustainment Teams Working In VA’s Evolving DevOps Environment Using Systems Analysis internally to build a toolbox that organizes and...

VA Data Management Award

VetsEZ has been awarded a prime contract by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to support the VA Data Management Program.

Free Career Resources are Closer Than You Think

“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” Anthony J. D’Angelo About thirty-five years ago, everything we knew about learning began to change. Before this point, to research how to write a paper for college, it was imperative to have...

The Intersection of Healthcare & Information Technology

At the beginning of my Nursing career in 1978, paper medical records were the rule.  The only information automation in common use was primarily in non-clinical areas – billing, supply, payroll.  The few clinically related applications were in places like the medical...