Department of Veteran Affairs establishes $50 Million with Lunarline, Inc.

Department of Veteran Affairs establishes $50 Million with Lunarline, Inc.

PR Log (Press Release) – May 01, 2008 – The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has established the GSA Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) # V200P-1958 for Telecommunication Systems Engineering and Technical Services in support of its infrastructure.

Lunarline was one of four companies selected to help satisfy the BPA requirements on January 25, 2008.  

The potential term of the arrangement is 5 years and has a $50 million dollar ceiling.

“Supporting VA is a win-win situation for Lunarline,” said Waylon Krush, Lunarline CEO, “We believe in VA’s mission and have a natural passion for working with anyone that supports our Veterans.  We have thoroughly enjoyed supporting the VA since the start of Lunarline. All of our company executives and many of our employees are Veterans or service disabled Veterans.”

The BPA calls for support of the agency-wide telecommunications systems engineering and technical services that consist of 23 areas of computer telephony systems, engineering and integration, systems design, systems development and implementation services, to name a few.

Other areas of support requested by the BPA include installation and integration, testing and evaluation, project engineering services, software and interface development along with security vulnerability analysis.

Lunarline has the ability to accomplish tasks in each of these categories and has a successful history of providing clients with a broad range of support in information technology that includes all aspects of computing and technology.  Lunarline’

s track record shows strong performance of variety of duties that range from installing applications to designing complex computer networks and information databases, all while maintaining compliance to information security regulations.

About Lunarline, Inc.


Lunarline, Inc. is a Maryland-based, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that designs, integrates, audits and documents security for client computer systems.  It is gradually positioning itself as one of the leading solutions-based Information security providers servicing all business sectors including federal government, commercial, software and manufacturing and etc.  With more than $4 million dollars in annual revenue, Lunarline has been independently rated in the top 1% of all companies by Duns and Bradstreet for quality, price, timeliness, and customer satisfaction.