What’s so special about working for VA?
From injured active duty personnel to Veterans of all ages, our patients rely on VA caregivers to deliver unique and resourceful treatment, often for complex medical conditions. VA is widely known as a leader in health care and we rely on our employees to maintain the tradition of excellence.
VA strives to offer our employees a better quality of life, both on the job and off, in return for their dedication to providing Veterans with exceptional patient care. We do so through competitive salaries, a robust Federal benefits package that begins on your first day of employment, flexible schedules, and one of the most comprehensive education support programs in the Nation.
Doing business with VA
Through a nationwide system of medical centers and community-based outpatient clinics, injured active duty personnel to Veterans of all ages rely on VA to deliver unique and resourceful treatment, often for complex medical conditions. These medical centers and clinics require a broad spectrum of goods and services. VA purchases these goods on a national, regional and local level. So no matter how large or small your business is, VA is a potential customer. Each facility, purchases a majority of its requirements for direct delivery through its local Acquisition office. You are encouraged to contact each facility for inclusion in its procurement process.
Although there are certain priority sources identified by Federal regulations, each facility purchases a considerable amount of its requirements from both local and nationwide sources.
Examples of items purchased are:
• Pharmaceuticals and medical and surgical supplies
• Perishable subsistence
• Equipment, supplies, and materials for facility operation
• Maintenance and repair of medical and scientific equipment
• Building construction, maintenance, and repair
• Prosthetic and orthopedic aids
• Medical gases.
Many of our national procurements are made by the National Acquisition Center, however, program offices listed below may be contacted for information relative to their procurements:
Office of Information and Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C. 20420, for:
• Information technology systems and equipment
• Telecommunications systems and equipment
Office of Construction and Facilities Management, Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C. 20420, for:
• Large medical center construction
VISN 18 Contracting office can be reached at:
4135 S. Power Rd, Suite 103, Mesa, AZ 85212
in VISN 18