CGI Wins $267M Deal to Improve Federal Cybersecurity

Stephanie Mango, CGI

IT and business consulting services firm CGI has been awarded a 6-year, $267 million task order to provide cybersecurity consulting services under the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program in support of federal agencies.

Over the past four years, CGI has been a trusted partner to DHS’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency though the company’s work on credential management and DEFEND Group C, said CGI Senior Vice President Stephanie Mango.

“In partnership with CISA we have worked across many agencies to identify and address cybersecurity challenges,” she added. “We look forward to continuing our support of this critical cross-agency initiative and leveraging our wealth of cybersecurity and shared services expertise to help DHS achieve its ultimate objectives.”

The contract was awarded via the General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 governmentwide acquisition contract through an acquisition conducted by GSA FEDSIM. It calls on CGI to provide CISA with a shared services platform to deliver CDM cybersecurity capabilities to over 75 non-Chief Financial Officer Act agencies.

CGI also will provide a shared services catalog of capabilities and services that meet CDM program goals. The SSC will grow and evolve with the threat and technology landscape and will allow CGI to develop innovative solutions that prioritize cloud native and hosted service solutions.

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