Frederick, Maryland (PressExposure) December 21, 2011 -- L1 Enterprises, a service-disabled veteran-owned small business announced today that is was awarded a federal government contract in the amount of $14.6 million to provide the "L1berty UDB901 Urine Collection" bags to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) facilities nationwide. This VA Standardization Program Contract will run for the 2012 calendar year with four additional one-year options.
The VA's national standardization program is a partnership between the Veteran's Health Administration (VHA) and the Office of Acquisitions and Logistics (OA&L). The program was accomplished through a Mandatory Use National Requirements Contract and incorporates a goal of providing the VA with quality products, consistent patient care, and fair and reasonable prices to ensure consistency and quality of care for all patients in VA facilities.
Toby Calvo, President of L1Enterprises, is an ex-Naval Officer, Naval Aviator, Desert Storm Veteran, and a VA verified service-disabled veteran. Calvo states "L1 is honored to have the opportunity to serve Veterans and the VA by providing high quality medical supplies. We offer our clients leading edge product and technology expertise, supply chain management solutions, and expert support services."
Jaime A. Calvo, Vice President of L1Enterprises has over 20 years of experience providing medical equipment and supplies to hospitals, clinics, extended care facilities, and individual medical practices. He states that "We have won over 50 contracts providing medical supplies and services to the Department of Defense, VA and the Department of Health and Human Services. We plan that this VA contract is the first many to use our firm's products to help improve veterans' healthcare nationwide."