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Capgemini Government Solutions to Provide CoE IT Support Under GSA BPA; Doug Lane Quoted

Jeff Brody
Doug Lane

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 13, 2019 — Capgemini’s government solutions business has received a spot under a three-year blanket purchase agreement from the General Services Administration to be a vendor of information technology products and services to government agencies in support of IT modernization efforts, ExecutiveGov reported July 31.

According to a Signal magazine article published July 31, the Centers of Excellence Discovery and Assessment BPA for Cloud Adoption and IT Infrastructure Optimization will allow Capgemini to deliver cloud and IT support to all agencies that can avail of products on GSA Schedules.

"This BPA will provide GSA and its agency partners with the much-needed flexibility and agility to rapidly access cloud adoption and IT optimization expertise," said Doug Lane, CEO of Capgemini Government Solutions and a 2018 Wash100 winner.

"We look forward to leveraging our extensive experience and commercial best practices in this space to support GSA and its agency partners in achieving their modernization objectives," he added.

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