Artemis ARC and Aptive Resources, through their joint venture Arrow ARC, received a 10-year contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide health care staffing services and programmatic support to VA facilities and program offices nationwide. The five-year multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has an additional five-year option period and a ceiling value of $23B.
Expected task orders will focus on addressing critical staffing shortages and new provider types, with the overall goal of improving care delivery for Veterans. Work will include temporary staffing services, which covers clinical and non-clinical positions, such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, technicians, social workers, administrative staff and other care adjacent professionals. It will provide on-demand staffing solutions to VA medical facilities that are experiencing critical staffing shortages due to factors such as high turnover rates, recruitment challenges, seasonal fluctuations, surge demands and/or emergencies.
“We are honored and thrilled to receive this monumental contract from VA. This opportunity allows us to play a crucial role in supporting our nation’s heroes by providing critical program and staffing services,” said Aly Glick, Artemis ARC president. “Our team is energized and ready to deliver exceptional staffing solutions, ensuring that those who have served our country receive the highest quality care. We look forward to the shared journey ahead and the meaningful impact we can create together.”