CGI Granted Authority to Operate on GSA’s IaaS BPA

CGI Federal Inc. (CGI) was recently granted approval to deliver certified and secure government cloud services to the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). CGI now ooperate on GSA’s government-wide, multi-vendor $76 million Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). CGI Federal Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CGI Group Inc.

U.S. federal, state, local and tribal entities will now be able to immediately order CGI’s cloud services, which include virtual machines and web hosting. Its Assessment & Accreditation process will ensure that CGI meets all of  the security requirements, including the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) Moderate.

“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, 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.”

CGI is a full-service provider of secure data center services for both U.S. Federal and Commercial clients. The company has delivered a built-for-enterprise cloud solution that is backed by 35 years of information technology infrastructure and managed services experience for government and commercial solutions, which is managed by its Global Infrastructure, Services, Solutions and Consulting organization. With over 31,000 professionals, CGI is one of the largest independent information technologies and business process services firms in the world.

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