CGI to Help NAVSEA Engineer Undersea Warfare Systems; Tim Hurlebaus Comments

Tim Hurlebaus
Tim Hurlebaus

CGI‘s U.S. federal market subsidiary has been awarded a $34.3 million contract to provide engineering and technical support services for undersea warfare systems of the U.S. Navy.

Tim Hurlebaus, president of CGI Federal, said Tuesday the company will work with the Naval Sea Systems Command to manage maritime combat technologies.

The contract contains a base period of one year, two one-year options and two award term years and was given to the company by NAVSEA’s program executive office for integrated warfare systems for undersea systems.

CGI will also provide information technology services for the Navy’s data center modernization initiative under a separate $50.3 million contract.

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