Technology and business consulting services firm CGI has been selected for an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide mail and general support services to the Justice Department.
This award carries a total contract value of approximately $400 million and is a follow-on to a mission support services contract held by CGI for the past 10 years. CGI Senior Vice-President Stephanie Mango said the company’s 10+years of partnering with DOJ “provide an in-depth understanding of agency’s operations, enabling us to react quickly, with the utmost sensitivity and discretion.”
“We look forward to helping DOJ continue to provide mission-critical shared services across the DOJ,” she added.
Through a 1-year base period plus fouroption years and two additional 1-year award terms, CGI is to provide a broad set of shared services to the offices, boards, divisions and bureaus within DOJ and across other federal agencies. The contract helps DOJ achieve economies of scale and provide consistent, efficient solutions across more than 50 component offices.