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Explore the diverse range of contract vehicles that NetVision leverages to provide exceptional IT solutions and services. Our commitment to excellence extends to these contract vehicles, allowing us to serve a wide spectrum of clients effectively.

We understand the importance of flexibility and accessibility. That’s why we offer a variety of contract vehicles  Explore our range of contract options to find the one that best suits your organization’s needs.

Our Contract Vehicles

GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)

NetVision Resources plays a crucial role in managing GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), a highly favored procurement platform utilized extensively by federal, state, and local governments for the planning, design, and development of comprehensive IT solutions. Through GSA MAS, NVR facilitates state-of-the-art information technology offerings, services, and solutions to its esteem government clients. Read More


NetVision is a proud partner under the CIO-SP4 contract, enabling us to deliver cutting-edge IT solutions and services to federal agencies. This contract vehicle streamlines the procurement process, making it easier for government clients to access our expertise.


NetVision is a trusted partner in the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle, offering a wide array of IT services to federal agencies. We are committed to delivering solutions that drive efficiency and innovation. Read More

CATS+ Master Contract

As a participant in the CATS+ Master Contract, NetVision offers a comprehensive range of consulting and technical services. We’re dedicated to delivering innovative solutions that address the specific needs of our clients across various industries. Read More


NetVision’s participation in the 8(a) STAR III program allows us to provide IT services to federal agencies, promoting small business development and diversity in government contracting. We are committed to delivering exceptional results under this program. Read More


NetVision is a trusted partner under the SSA ITSSC2 contract, providing critical IT support services to the Social Security Administration. Our expertise ensures the seamless operation of essential SSA functions.


Under the CMS SPARC contract, NetVision offers strategic IT solutions to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. We play a vital role in supporting healthcare initiatives by delivering innovative technology services. Read More


NetVision’s participation in the T4NG program exemplifies our commitment to providing state-of-the-art IT solutions to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. We’re dedicated to supporting the VA’s mission to serve veterans effectively. Read More

SeaPort NxG

As a participant in SeaPort NxG, NetVision supports the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps with a range of professional services. Our dedication to excellence extends to the maritime community, where we deliver tailored solutions. Read More


NetVision is proud to participate in the JAIC DRAID initiative, contributing to the advancement of artificial intelligence and data readiness within the Department of Defense. We’re committed to driving innovation in this critical domain. Read More

Past Performances

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United States Department of Agriculture

The project was part of the USDA wide initiative for IT modernization, which aimed to bring all agencies under one platform to collaborate and share information across agencies in a secured and streamlined manner. NVR worked with various development and IT teams across agency and government stakeholders in defining standardized Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) process with Azure DevOps at FAS.

As part of Application Support Project, NVR planned and implemented various applications architecture to ensure that application is in compliance-with government mandates and organizational best practices. Maintained, customized and supported the corporate SharePoint server supporting various program areas with their portal sites, including site development, InfoPath forms and workflow to automate the business processes. Lead the entire migration from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010/2013 platform.

NVR supported the USDA with SharePoint administration and migration. This included configuration of search, FAST enterprise search, STS authentication, integration with any identity management solution. Office apps for SharePoint 2010 setup and configure Performance point service, Microsoft Forefront integration with active directory, Business intelligence site setup with business data connectivity service and excel services. NVR integrated E-Auth department level security with single sign on that was in compliance with USDA’s application security policy

Department of Labor

LASAR (Labor’s Advanced Statistical Analysis & Research) Platform provides for Data Scientists and Analysts to rapidly ingest and/or cleanse data to produce quality training data sets, and generate and evaluate Supervised and Unsupervised learning models on a variety of problem domains relevant to DOL.

NVR consultants were part of team that had full lifecycle Implementation and support responsibility and provided architecture, design, development, deployment, maintenance and support of full service end-to-end integrated, secure, multi-tenant, collaborative Data Science platform providing Data Ingestion/ETL, Statistical Data Analytics & AI, Data Mining, and Data Visualization, at the Department of Labor, Washington DC. The AI capabilities of the LASAR Platform include Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Topic Modelling.

Defense Health Agency

The DoD Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) program was established to select a configurable, scalable, and modernized Off-the-Shelf (OTS) Electronic Health Record (EHR) System. The EHR System will replace MHS legacy clinical systems including, but not limited to, the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology (AHLTA), Composite Health Care System (CHCS), and most components of the Theater Medical Information Program-Joint (TMIP-J).

NVR worked with hundreds of systems as part of the development of the EHR system that replaced legacy military clinical systems, including the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology (AHLTA), Composite Health Care System (CHCS), and most components of the Theater Medical Information Program-Joint (TMIP-J). Our expert IT engineers and analysts are helping to develop and test a complex range of interfaces and ensure interoperability for MHS GENESIS, which will be deployed to DOD hospitals and clinics worldwide. MHS facilities encompass 54 hospitals, 377 medical clinics, and 270 dental clinics. Over 205,000 medical staff members will use the system to deliver and document healthcare for 9.4 million beneficiaries

US Air Force

Air Force was using Cargo Movement Operations System (CMOS) to automate and streamline base level cargo movement processes and support rapid moving of joint military capability anywhere in the world under any conditions.

NVR provided support for upgrading the existing CMOS v7.6 application and database server software to the latest version, CMOS v7.7. This upgrade will follow the PEO/BES Systems Engineering Process (SEP) and associated guidelines to ensure proper execution. One of the primary goals is to enhance and produce software that consistently complies with DoD Security Standards, Policy, and DTR mandates while also incorporating necessary technical upgrades.

Additionally, we performed comprehensive analysis, design, development, and testing process to convert the operating system from HP-UX 11.23 to HP-UX 11.31. To facilitate user training and support, a web-based, dynamic training module will be provided. Furthermore, the project will create two-way web-based interfaces, enabling CMOS to seamlessly connect with systems distributed across the DoD infrastructure. Finally, a database cleanup script will be developed to efficiently remove outdated data from active directories.

National Institute of Standards and Technology

At NIST, our primary mission revolves around advancing medical device interoperability standards through a range of crucial activities. We take on roles that encompass supporting, administering, maintaining, and creating innovative software tools. These tools play a pivotal role in the development of standards for medical devices, ensuring their seamless integration. To achieve these goals, we engage in collaborative efforts with the FDA Medical Device Safety Working Group and other relevant organizations. Our ultimate objective is to establish a plug-and-play configuration for interconnected medical devices, facilitating improved healthcare management and enhanced sharing of patient data.

Additionally, NVR extended our support to the creation of software tools that enable the development of a standard Electronic Health Records (EHR) preservation infrastructure. This initiative aligns with NIST’s broader mission and goals related to EHR preservation. It involves interfacing with existing NIST ICE and NDFS-II systems using protocols like TCP, UDP, and ACE, while adhering to ASTM-2761 standards. NVR monitored the administration of the Windows, Linux, and Unix systems that power NDFS-II for the medical device interoperability project. The importance of standardized and interoperable solutions for managing and preserving electronic health records is paramount, benefiting clinical care and medical research by facilitating data lifecycle operations across different formats and platforms.

Social Security Administration

The Social Security Administration (SSA) Information Technology Support Services (ITSS) contract named “ITSSC1” aimed at modernizing SSA’s IT Infrastructure and transforming legacy systems (COBOL/ Mainframe) to Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) / Web-based systems to support 21st century challenges. NVR provided IT Services in multiple areas, including architecture, system and application development, IT planning, cloud computing and migration, mobile solutions, web design and support, server virtualization, storage management, networking, data center migration, and information security.

NVR provided strategic, technical, and program management advice, guidance and support services to CMS to facilitate the modernization of business processes and supporting systems and their operations including Initiation, Concept, and Planning Services, Requirements Services, Design Services, Development Services, Test Services, SCA Services, IV&V Services, Maintenance Services, SPARC Support Services and Data Request Services.

Center for Medicaid Services

The Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC) was established to offer strategic, technical, and program management guidance, cost-effective support services, and innovative solutions for the procurement of information technology (IT) professional services from a consortium of experienced partners within CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services). The primary objective of this contract had been to facilitate the modernization of CMS business processes and the supporting systems.

Utilizing SPARC, NVR had provided strategic, technical, and program management advice, guidance, and support services to CMS. NVR effectively contributing to the modernization of business processes and supporting systems, along with their operational aspects, encompassing Initiation, Concept, and Planning Services, Requirements Services, Design Services, Development Services, Test Services, SCA Services, IV&V Services, Maintenance Services, SPARC Support Services, and Data Request Services. This collaborative effort with CMS team aimed to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of CMS operations and IT systems.

NVR played a pivotal role in providing CMS with invaluable advice, guidance, and support in various critical areas, including the modernization of business processes and supporting systems. Ultimately, these efforts have collectively worked to streamline CMS operations, enhance the efficiency of IT systems, and advance the overall mission of providing quality healthcare services to millions of Americans through Medicare and Medicaid programs

Environmental Protection Agency

At NVR, our primary objective was to undertake the comprehensive modernization of the EPA’s legacy systems, with a particular focus on CERCLIS. The initial legacy system, constructed using Sybase Power Builder, underwent a transformation as we re-implemented it using SPRING/HIBERNATE, deploying it on an open-source Tomcat server integrated with an Oracle Database backend. Subsequently, the EPA made strategic decisions to adopt several Oracle Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) products.

NVR played a pivotal role in this transformation by orchestrating the refactoring of the custom application to seamlessly operate on the WebLogic Application Server. Moreover, we actively facilitated the procurement and integration of essential Oracle Fusion Middleware components, such as OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition), SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture), OSB (Oracle Service Bus), BPM (Business Process Management), BAM (Business Activity Monitoring), Primavera EPPM (Enterprise Project Portfolio Management), and Oracle WebCenter.

A critical facet of the engagement was the meticulous design and implementation of a robust and fault-tolerant production environment. This environment was meticulously architected to accommodate the refactored application and all acquired software products. Additionally, NVR provided ongoing training to EPA’s staff, empowering them to effectively harness the full potential of these diverse technical tools to align with the ever-evolving EPA requirements.