|By PR Newswire||
|August 8, 2014 01:04 PM EDT||
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of his service to our nation as a Veteran and the multiple contributions of SBG Technology Solutions, Inc. to the Department of Veterans Affairs, the White House invited Carlos Del Toro, President and CEO of SBG, to attend the signing of H.R. 3230, a VA bill to fund the Department of Veterans Affairs and help increase access and quality of care for Veterans. Del Toro, a former Naval Officer and White House Fellow, attended the signing ceremony August 7, 2014 at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
SBG has supported the VA for many years and currently supports the VA's VistA Evolution Program charged to provide interoperability and modernized clinical capabilities to the VA electronic health record. The updated VA system will be interoperable with the electronic health systems of the Department of Defense and other healthcare partners and will enhance patient-centered, team- and evidence-based care for Veterans.
In addition, SBG has supported, in varying roles, the VA's 21st Century Medical Scheduling Initiative, Bed Management System, Blue Button Initiative Development Center, Enterprise Risk Registry System, Enterprise Mobile Applications Integration and Planning, My HealtheVet, Surgical Quality Workflow Management, and Veterans Health Information Technology Communications, among others.
SBG has a longstanding relationship of supporting the advancement care for Veterans and is proud to be a part of sustained efforts to better services and benefits earned by Veterans, provided by the VA.
About SBG Technology Solutions
SBG Technology Solutions is one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States. INC 500 featured SBG in its 2010 and 2011 listings of the fasting growing small businesses and ranked SBG in the top 20 of government service providers in 2011. Founded in 2004, SBG provides innovative and cost effective technology solutions to federal agencies and commercial clients including the Army, Army National Guard, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Voting Assistance Program and the Navy. In 2011, SBG was selected as a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon winner, recognizing the company for its innovation and excellent business practices. SBG received the Small Business Diversity Award, was selected as the 2011 Small 8A Business of the Year for SBA Region III (D.C., Md. and Va.), and recognized by Diversity Business in 2014 as a top 100 business in America. Additional information about SBG can be found at http://www.sbgts.com/. Follow us @sbgts.
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