IT and business consulting services firm CGI has been picked by the Government National Mortgage Association — best known as Ginnie Mae — to enable its Digital Asset Management Solution through a blanket purchase agreement encompassing one base year and four option years.
DAMS is a key component of Ginnie Mae’s overall systems modernization strategy. CGI will work to build a strategic roadmap that helps drive the technical direction and integration of the organization’s document, records and content management capabilities. Core to this initiative is the digitization of Ginnie Mae’s assets and mission-critical information.
CGI also will support Ginnie Mae’s ongoing use and evolution of cloud services and data ingestion automation. In addition, it will enhance the agency’s ability to control document and data access in accordance with security and data privacy requirements, such as the National Archives and Records Administration guidelines.
DAMS will allow Ginnie Mae to digitally transform its document and records management operations and prepare for future technology platforms, said CGI Federal Senior Vice President Stefan Becker.
“This work will help its stakeholders better manage risk and deliver capital to housing markets servicing first-time homebuyers, veterans and those in rural America,” he added.