J&J Worldwide Services will be supporting Titan-Auxo as a subcontractor on a 10-year, $23 billion multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract vehicle.
The contract involves providing health care staffing support for the Veterans Health Administration’s Integrated Critical Staffing Program.
“As a veteran like many of my J&J co-workers, this was an opportunity we had to a part of,” said Chris Holden, vice president of business development at J&J Worldwide Services. “Ensuring our veterans receive proper healthcare services is directly aligned with J&J’s mission to serve and care for our Heroes. We are excited to be a part of the Titan-Auxo team and ready to provide a staffing solution for the VHA to meet the unique needs of veterans and all eligible beneficiaries.”
Awarded Jan. 11, the contract went to eight Service Disabled Veteran Small Business teams. They will provide temporary staffing, both clinical and non-clinical, as well as program management and other professional services, to address urgent staffing requirements, the company said.
J&J and Titan-Auxo will work together to provide services, labor categories and solutions to cover various clinical, non-clinical and program support roles. They will also supply temporary staffing to manage important workloads and tackle crucial staffing shortages.
“J&J’s experience providing Healthcare & Medical Solutions at some of the Defense Health Agency’s largest medical treatment facilities around the world makes them a valuable strategic partner in support of the VHA ICSP.” said Derek Johnson, CEO of Titan-Auxo. “We are looking forward to combining our strengths as a leading healthcare staffing agency with J&J’s expertise in DoD facilities maintenance.