CGI Approved for $76M Cloud Computing Infrastructure Contract; George Schindler Comments

 

George Schindler, CGI Federal

CGI Federal Inc. (NYSE: GIB) has been cleared to receive awards under the U.S. General Services Administration $76 million blanket purchase agreement for cloud computing infrastructure, virtualization and web hosting.

CGI met all of the BPA’s technical, management and security requirements and is immediately eligible to provide services to federal, state and local customers.

“The demand for cloud services continues to grow as agencies and companies like CGI embrace a new way of doing business together, ” said George Schindler, president of CGI Federal. “GSA has led a robust process to ensure agencies have fast, easy access to secure services that deliver on the promised value of cloud, including predictable, sustainable savings and on-demand flexibility to design and scale their infrastructure for mission and business results.”

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