CGI Federal has won a position on the Federal Communications Commission Agile Development Support Services multiple-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.
The contract has an 11-month base period and four 12-month options periods. All 14 contract awardees will compete for task orders against a cumulative ceiling of $203.5 million.
As part of this work, CGI Federal will help FCC synchronize its mission and IT activities by applying agile development methods and cloud-based technologies to support digital transformation.
“CGI Federal has gained the trust of the FCC not only through our work supporting their core financials and acquisitions processes and its migration to the cloud, but also through our work on the CISA-led Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) contract,” said Stefan Becker, senior vice president at CGI Federal.
Under the contract, FCC bureaus and offices will also work with industry partners to deliver end-to-end IT services and support the agile design, development, implementation and deployment of IT systems.
“This new IDIQ contract positions CGI Federal to further support the core mission areas of the FCC and continue to help the agency innovate and deliver new value for its stakeholders,” Becker said.