CGI wins piece of $809M U.S. Navy contract
Company to provide range of services to Navy's business systems centre
FAIRFAX, Va.—Montreal IT firm CGI has announced it has won part of a $809 million contract to provide process management and data services to the U.S. Navy.
One of eight companies earning a piece of the 12-month contract, which also includes four year-long option periods, CGI will provide data governance and analysis services to the Naval Supply Systems Command’s Business Systems Center. It will also offer business process re-engineering and management work as well as business system engineering and integration services.
“This is an exciting opportunity to work with the Navy on a global scale to provide Enterprise Resource Planner solutions that help drive cost efficiencies and improve systems,” Patrick Dougherty, the company’s senior vice-president for U.S. Defense Programs, said.
CGI did not disclose its share of the contract.