CGI has been selected by the General Services Administration for the multi-award ASTRO contract.
This 10-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity award provides CGI the opportunity to compete for task orders with an unlimited ceiling value to research, develop, support, maintain and operate manned, unmanned and optionally manned platforms and robotics, such as satellites, launch vehicles and related services.
“We leveraged our long history of helping clients implement complex, mission-critical space software systems, as well as other software development and systems integration work for this win,” said CGI Federal President Stephanie Mango. “With our space work long established in Europe, we’re just beginning to build our presence here in North America, and we’re thrilled to bring our proven track record and solutions to the U.S. federal government market.”
GSA developed the ASTRO master contract primarily to help the Defense Department streamline the acquisition process for the military’s combatant commands. The master contract opens acquisition to all federal agencies through FEDSIM, a provider of assisted acquisition services for federal agencies, to obtain manned and unmanned platforms and services for the next 10 years, with no maximum dollar ceiling.