CGI Subsidiary Wins Order on $2.8B State Department IDIQ; Schindler Comments

George Schindler, CGI Federal

The U.S. State Department‘s bureau of consular affairs has awarded CGI Federal Inc.‘s (NYSE: GIB) subsidiary Stanley Associates, Inc. a $26 million task order for visa services.

The order is under the department’s global support strategy indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award, which has a $2.8 billion ceiling over ten years.

The firm-fixed-price order has one base year and nine one-year option periods.

The company will support visa application processing with information services, fee collection, appointment services and document delivery at U.S. embassies and consulates located in Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia.

“We are pleased to extend our support for the bureau of consular affairs to a new region, ” said George Schindler, president of CGI Federal. “Our global visa expertise across nearly 60 countries means that we can integrate best practices with the flexibility needed for this region. We will continue to focus on delivering solutions that are applicant-centric and secure, so that the Bureau of Consular Affairs can succeed in its mission of protecting the lives and interests of American citizens abroad while strengthening the security of U.S. borders.”

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