Donation from South Korea to Assist VA with COVID-19 Efforts

WASHINGTON, DC – “We go together!” (“Katchi Kapshida!”)

On Tuesday, Stan Shin, a Vice President at PFS, had the privilege of being part of a momentous occasion. The Korean government’s generous donation and delivery of 500,000 protective masks (KF94) to the VA—especially for American Veterans of the Korean War—was gratefully accepted by Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Stan was instrumental in coordination for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Procurement and Logistics Office (P&LO) for the receipt and transfer of the masks from the South Korean aircraft at Andrews Air Force Base to American trucks bound for VHA for distribution. This very meaningful, high-profile event was attended by Korean Major General Se Woo Pyo, Defense Attache to the United States; Karen Brazell, Assistant Secretary for VA’s Office of Enterprise Integration, John “Wolf” Wagner, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of VA’s Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs, and William Hudson, Jr., VA’s Acting General Counsel.

According to Stan, this was a “no-fail” mission, which the team executed seamlessly. In addition to helping coordinate all logistical details for the transfer, Stan had the privilege of acting as a liaison between representatives from the South Korean government and VHA. Also, as a naturalized US citizen born in Korea who also served there for 6 years in the US Army, it was Stan’s pleasure and honor to converse in Korean with South Korean government personnel on site.

“Although I was only doing my job, it really didn’t feel like work. It was a very special day and I was honored to be a part of it. The opportunity to serve as a conduit for international communications allowed me to develop relationships with representatives from the South Korean government. That was very special.”

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PFS Awarded Women Veterans Program Evidence Based Quality Improvement Initiative

Washington, DC – Prometheus Federal Services (PFS) has been awarded a new prime contract with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) supporting the Women Veterans Program Evidence Based Quality Improvement (EBQI) Initiative. The PFS Team will work in partnership with the VHA to improve the process and quality of healthcare provided to women Veterans by clinical teams around the nation and will provide clinical informatics support for VHA’s new electronic health records platform.

“We are thrilled to work alongside VHA on an initiative that is so close to our hearts. As a company, we are committed to improving healthcare delivery to our Veterans,” said PFS CEO Carriann Campbell. “This partnership with VHA gives us the opportunity to continue to do meaningful, transformative work that changes people’s lives.”

PFS Awarded Human Capital and Training Solutions Small Business Contract

Washington, DC – Prometheus Federal Services (PFS) has been awarded an indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) Human Capital and Training Solutions Small Business (HCaTS SB) Pool 1 contract from the General Services Administration (GSA) in partnership with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). HCaTS is considered a “best-in-class” contract vehicle, and PFS will provide customized training and development, human capital strategy, and organizational performance improvement solutions government-wide through the vehicle.

“We are proud to have been awarded this contract to support training, human capital strategy, and performance improvement needs government wide,” said PFS CEO, Carriann Campbell. “This award speaks to our ability to perform for the government as a trusted partner, and we look to continue to expand our portfolio of contract vehicles.”

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PFS is Now a Verified SDVOSB

On April 28, 2017, PFS received the Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business verification determination letter from the VA Office of Small Disadvantaged Business Utilization.