Stephanie Mango President CGI Federal
CGI announced on Tuesday that it has secured a position on the Methods for the Information Technology Business (Site) III contract from the Protection Intelligence Agency (DIA) for the shipping and delivery of data technological innovation (IT) mission aid providers on categorised and unclassified applications across various safety domains throughout DIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). The contract has a 10-yr interval and a possible ceiling value of $12.6 billion.
“CGI appears ahead to more growing its connection with DIA in featuring IT expert services essential to the protection of the United States. With our confirmed capacity to innovate and generate methods for elaborate IT troubles at navy intelligence businesses, CGI is well-positioned to supply streamlined, agile alternatives for Internet site III and users of the intelligence community,” commented Stephanie Mango, president of CGI Federal.
The agreement demands CGI to streamline the supply of IT choices even though also improving upon integration, information sharing and data safeguarding as a result of technological innovation management, software management, method integration and enhancement and business method management methods.
About CGI Federal
CGI Federal Inc. is a wholly-owned U.S. running subsidiary of CGI Inc., committed to partnering with federal companies to provide solutions for defense, civilian, health care and intelligence missions. Founded in 1976, CGI is among the world’s major independent IT and enterprise consulting companies companies. With 77,000 consultants and other gurus throughout the world, CGI provides an conclusion-to-end portfolio of abilities, from strategic IT and enterprise consulting to programs integration, managed IT and organization approach solutions and intellectual residence answers. CGI will work with clients via a community marriage model complemented by a international shipping and delivery network that will help consumers digitally renovate their businesses and accelerate effects.