The agency’s office of environmental information awarded the contract under the GSA alliant government-wide acquisition contract vehicle.
The exchange enables streamlined electronic collection, sharing and reporting of environmental data between EPA’s program offices and its external stakeholders, such as states and regulated industries.
CGI will continue to provide a wide range of technology services, including information assurance, cybersecurity, web application and systems development and program management.
“The unprecedented budget challenges facing federal agencies will continue to demand that they use technology to increase collaboration across government and with external stakeholders to achieve their goals, ” said George Schindler, president of CGI Federal. “With CDX, the EPA has established a government-wide best practice for using IT to support the agency’s mission as well as the day-to-day operations of its program offices.”