DOJ Awards CGI Task Order With Initial Potential Value of $134M
CGI Incorporated, a Canadian information technology company, announced that it has received from the U.S. Department of Justice a single-award Blanket Purchase Agreement with a $250 million ceiling value along with an initial task order with a potential value of $133.9 million over five years to operate, manage and maintain systems supporting business processes. The deal calls for supporting the DOJ’s Unified Financial Management System and Unified Asset Management System programs, CGI said Tuesday.
In a statement, CGI said that the latest BPA follows the successful implementation of UFMS, enabled by CGI’s Momentum, across DOJ’s various components. The BPA will see the company standardize and streamline business processes across the Department.
CGI said that as a result of the BPA, the Justice Department is positioned to achieve further digital transformation and gain additional efficiencies through robotic process automation, testing automation and migration to the cloud, as well as the use of onshore delivery centers.
CGI Federal President Stephanie Mango said that his company’s deep departmental expertise, grounded on two decades of digital transformation and solution implementation, has provided it the opportunity to serve as a trusted advisor to the DOJ and its attached agencies.
In November 2021, CGI was been selected for a spot on the General Services Administration’s multiple-award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity ASTRO contract.
In August 2021, CGI won 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 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Center for Program Integrity.
Category: Federal Civilian
Tags: BPA CGI contract award Department of Justice federal civilian financial solutions