CGI’s George Schindler on New Deal with CMS

CGI(NYSE: GIB) won a competitive, five-year contract worth $73.2 million from Centers for Medicare and Medicade Services (CMS) to “continue its modernization, application management, and maintenance efforts on three external websites that provide information to 44 million beneficiaries and millions more healthcare providers and other stakeholders.”

“CMS is at the forefront of the National Health Agenda. CGI is proud to be chosen again to support their efforts which directly impact so many citizens, ” said George Schindler, President of CGI Federal. “We will continue to bring both our healthcare knowledge and technical expertise to this proven partnership as we help CMS achieve its vision to deliver a transformed and modernized healthcare system.”

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