New tiag® Leadership Advancing Health Information Technology Solutions for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Brian Morgan and Brent Swartz appointed to ensure success in VA’s T4NG projects
RESTON, Va., Oct. 18, 2016—tiag® announces key leadership appointments to its Veterans Affairs Business Unit. Brian Morgan, as general manager, and Brent Swartz, as director, are ensuring maximum success for all projects related to tiag’s prime contract awardof The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation acquisition program (T4NG).
Morgan and Swartz are respected industry leaders who share a steadfast commitment to veterans and a drive for excellence. Fusing their technical expertise and institutional knowledge, they are focusing on transformative technology and superior solutions to advance tiag’s work in the MyVA transformation—a set of initiatives leveraging breakthrough technology to improve care and services for veterans and their beneficiaries.
Possessing nearly 20 years of technical mastery, Morgan previously provided IT solutions for VA initiatives as a government contractor with 7 Delta, Inc. and ManTech International Corporation. Early in his career, Morgan set out to heighten the quality of health care by changing how hospitals use digital interfaces. Transitioning to government contracting, he eventually worked directly for VA—initially serving in IT project and program management capacities before taking on such roles as IT lead for VA’s Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record, and IT program manager for its Nationwide Health Information Network (now known as VA’s eHealth Exchange).
Descending from generations of patriots dating to the Revolutionary War, Swartz brings more than a decade of business experience along with extensive technical and project-management capability. A wizard in quality assurance, performance assessment and reporting, Swartz previously worked with IT government contracting firms, among them, 7 Delta, Inc. and ManTech International Corporation. Swartz has advanced such significant initiatives as VA’s Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record Health Program, the Veterans Authorizations and Preferences subsystem, the Eliminate Veteran Homelessness program, the Hazardous Material Management System supporting DoD and NASA, and other veteran-related missions.
“Brian Morgan and Brent Swartz are equally dedicated to delivering best-in-class health care for our nation’s heroes,” says Dalita Harmon, tiag president and CEO. “Their combined leadership and experience will enrich tiag’s 17-year history of providing the best possible solutions to improve the lives of those who serve.”
Established in 1999 in Reston, Va., tiag (The Informatics Applications Group., Inc.) is an innovative management consulting and technology services firm esteemed for progressive technology solutions that transform business and advance critical missions. tiag takes pride in its people, achievements, processes and successes in leading program initiatives to support the security and health of those who serve military and civilian sectors of U.S. government. tiag’s complementary services portfolio delivers focused expertise and support ranging from complex, enterprise-wide solutions to stand-alone custom projects. Please visit tiag.net to learn more.