CGI Federal to compete with six other vendors for $955 million

Today, CGI Group subsidiary CGI Federal, Inc. announced that it has received a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) with Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Environmental Information (OEI). The seven-year agreement, awarded to seven vendors, is potentially worth $955 million.

Under the agreement, CGI Federal will deliver IT infrastructure support services to the EPA under the newly established ITS-EPA II program, and will assist OEI in achieving more innovative, agile, and scalable IT services for the ITS-EPA II program.

“With this newly awarded BPA, CGI continues its rich 30+ year history of providing innovative IT services to the Agency, ” said CGI Federal Vice-President Kenyon Wells. “CGI’s long-time relationship with EPA allows us to partner with the Agency in support of its environmental regulatory mission.”

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