CGI to Support Army Logistics Information Systems on $38M Award

CGI Federal has won a $38.36 contract renewal with the U.S. Army Reserve Command‘s deputy chief of staff. The company will provide services under the Logistics Information Systems Support Services Program on an award with one-year base with two one-year option periods.

“We have partnered with the Army Reserve Command on the logistics information systems for more than a decade,” said Randy Brooks, senior vice president of CGI. “Now, we are moving with the command to Fort Bragg and are committed to continuing to provide the very best support for our nation’s Soldiers and government civilians.”

CGI will deliver a range of LIS operations support, including configuring and testing hardware and software, training, network support and maintenance.

The LIS program includes critical information systems required to support Army Reserve operations, including the standard Army management information systems and business intelligence tools.

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