“Creating high quality IT services jobs that build U.S. IT expertise here at home helps us meet our global clients’ needs to balance risk, value, and time to market,” Schindler said in a company release.
The company said that Schindler presented on CGI’s successes collaborating with the government, local communities and academia.
Schindler said in the news release that a talent pool from local educational organizations, the readiness of communities to diversify their business base and access to existing economic development programs are vital aspects when collaborating to create jobs.
“We are pleased to be able to share our successful approach with the President and contribute ideas to encourage more companies to insource American jobs. It’s good for our clients, good for business, and good for the country,” he added.
The company said CGI was the only information technology services company that participated in the forum.