CGI Federal to Support ICF on $4 Billion CDC Vehicle; Senior VP Cheryl Campbell Comments

Cheryl Campbell

CGI Federal (NYSE: GIB; TSX: GIB.A) has a subcontract in place to support ICF (NASDAQ: ICFI) on a $4 billion ID/IQ deal with the CDC to manage a large technology consolidation project.

Working with ICF, CGI will support a number of IT and consulting service tasks.

“CDC is at the forefront of improving the public’s health – something that impacts all of us. We are proud to partner with ICF to support the agency’s efforts to further the health and protection of the American public through CIMS, ” Senior VP Cheryl Campbell said. “CGI will bring our strong combination of federal health domain expertise, technology experience and proven program management discipline to help CDC advance their important public health mission.”

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