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Veterans Affairs seeks to acquire gamified training products

December 27, 2016 (Photo Credit: USAA)
The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to bridge gaps in its training programs with innovative solutions.

In a request for proposals released Dec. 21, the VA identifies the Simulation Learning Education and Research Network (SimLEARN) Educational Gaming section of its programs as a way to assist healthcare providers, practitioners and support personnel with a means of training anyplace and anytime.

The department is looking to award up to four indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts to registered and verified service-disabled veteran-owned small business offerors capable of developing the gaming strategy framing, learning management system and front-end components. 

Contractors interested in the task orders will be required to demonstrate dynamic, self-developed educational games that showcase a command of consistent, high-resolution, anatomically and environmentally correct animations.

More information on the RFP can be found on FedBizOps.

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