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CGI Wins Task to Develop Common Catalog Platform for GSA
Montreal-based CGI Incorporated announced that its U.S. subsidiary, CGI Federal, won a U.S. General Services Administration task order to develop a modern Application Programming Interface-accessible, web-based application for managing catalog data, called the Common Catalog Platform. The task order features a phased approach that extends over a one-year base period and four, one-year option periods with initial funding of $3.1 million, CGI Federal said Friday.
The deal, which was awarded under the GSA CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation contract vehicle, is expected to have a total value of $19 million upon the execution of all options. The company said it will leverage its expertise in cloud-native development, human-centered design, SecDevOps, organizational change management, and its strong track record of facilitating collaboration across integrated modernization efforts to guide a phased implementation of CCP.
In a statement, CGI Senior Vice-President Stefan Becker said his company looks forward to expanding its partnership with the GSA to support the agency’s core mission of helping government agencies procure the goods and services they need.
In October, CGI was awarded a $100 million Defense Intelligence Agency Data Transformation of Foundational Military Intelligence task order. The company said that as part of that deal, it will evolve the way the DIA processes its intelligence, military and infrastructure data so warfighters and national security policymakers can make more effective decisions in a scalable technology environment.
In August, CGI was awarded a five-year, $34.4 million contract for the implementation of the API Gateway—an application programming interface that will aggregate data from multiple source systems—at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Center for Program Integrity.
Category: Federal Civilian
Tags: application programming interface CGI Common Catalog Platform federal civilian General Services Administration