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CGI’s Stanley Wins Spot on $2.5 Billion Army Project

George Schindler

CGI Federal-subsidiary Stanley Associates claimed a spot on the Army’s Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services II prime contract.

The deal includes a with a one-year base term and four, one-year option periods, for a total value of $2.5 billion.

“We are proud to be selected to provide the flexible, comprehensive, responsive services that the Army needs to maintain readiness and best support our warfighters—whenever and wherever it is needed, ” President George Schindler said. “With OPTARSS II, we also now have a contract vehicle that enables us to continue to expand our training and operations support across the Army and DoD.”

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