CGI secures Army Intelligence contract
Company to provide support for complex threat environment training
FAIRFAX, Va.—CGI has announced it has been awarded a US$124 million, five-year contract with the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Intelligence Directorate for program management and technical support of core functions and operating environment.
According to CGI, TRADOC G2 defines, describes and delivers the Operating Environment for US Army training, providing training scenarios, threat replication and data needed to assure Army units are prepared to meet the challenges of complex environments, including traditional military as well as asymmetric and hybrid threats.
The Montreal-based company is the incumbent prime contractor and has helped TRADOC G2 lower costs, accelerate project delivery schedules and significantly improve project quality, all while providing the tools and dashboards needed to improve leadership visibility and control.
“We are very proud to be able support TRADOC G2 with a range of sophisticated planning, training and innovative information technology services,” Pat Dougherty, senior vice-president at CGI said. “We look forward to continued program success in the years ahead.”
CGI is the fifth-largest independent information technology and business process services firm in the world, employing approximately 68,000 people and pulling in annual revenue in excess of $10 billion.