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CGI wins piece of $809M U.S. Navy contract

Company to provide range of services to Navy's business systems centre

February 2, 2016  by Canadian Staff

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.


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