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US Immigration Agency Awards CGI Federal With Digital Record Management Contract

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US Immigration Agency Awards CGI Federal With Digital Record Management Contract

The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has awarded CGI Federal a five-year contract with a potential value of $159 million for the ongoing development of the agency’s digital immigration records systems.

Clay Goldwein, senior vice president of CGI’s national security and justice business unit and a 4×24 member, said the company’s USCIS task will ensure that “systems and solutions meet current requirements and are ready for future growth and evolution.”

The USCIS issued the award through the Alliant 2 contract vehicle’s Records Management Support Services task order, CGI Federal said.

Under the contract, CGI will field agile teams to develop, expand and manage the technology in the multiyear modernization of USCIS records. According to the company, it will transform the current immigration benefits claim system into a fully electronic and streamlined process.

CGI added that its work on the USCIS records transformation will reduce processing time, safeguard resources and increase immigration claims accuracy.

CGI noted that its agile digitization was also implemented as part of the digital solution for processing Special Immigrant Visas required this year by the USCIS and the Department of State.

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