CGI Takes Home Top Government Contracting Award

Photo: Olga Chernetskaya

CGI has been deemed the Contractor of the Year in the over $300 million category at the 8th Annual Greater Washington U.S. Government Contractor Awards, the company announced.

Other winners included A-T Solutions for the $75-$300 million category; Buccaneer Computer Systems & Services in the $25-$75 million category; and Blue Canopy Group; and Digital Management in the under-$25 million category.

CGI won top honors for its double-digit growth over the last year, as well as its corporate responsibility efforts, including pro bono work for the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington.

“CGI had an outstanding year,” said CGI Federal President George Schindler. “I am incredibly proud of our team—their dedication and commitment to our civilian, defense, and intelligence clients inspires me every day. We are committed to ensuring CGI remains a leader in our industry by continuing our focus on clients, employees, and shareholders.”

The ceremony also recognized Executives of the Year Anne Reed of ASI Government, Dr. Long Nguyen of Pragmatics Inc. and Ralph Shrader of Booz Allen & Hamilton.

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