IT firm pens new contracts to support enviro watchdog's research lab
FAIRFAX, Va.—CGI Group Inc. has won a range of contracts with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) worth more than US$22 million.
Under the agreements, the information technology firm will provide the environmental watchdog’s Office of Research and Development lab with a range of software development, testing, implementation and production support services.
“Our dedicated CGI experts understand EPA and ORD’s mission, enabling us to develop and maintain enterprise-wide applications that support consolidating administrative processes,” Tim Turitto, senior vice president for Regulatory Agency Programs at the company’s U.S. government division, said. “Our ability to deliver these solutions helps ORD achieve cost efficiencies through streamlined, consolidated support models, enabling cost savings to help drive innovation within ORD’s research and development mission.”
CGI said it will support six different research programs under the new contracts. The IT firm noted it has worked with the EPA for more than 20 years across a wide range of projects.