CGI To Help Courts Admin Office Manage ERP Programs

CGI Federal will provide operations and maintenance support to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, the company announced Tuesday.

The U.S. subsidiary of CGI Group Inc. received a potential $4.4 million order through a blanket purchase agreement and the order is for one year and four option periods through Sept. 30, 2016..

Through the order, the company will provide production support, release management and training for the agency’s enterprise resource planning applications.

AOUSC uses the Momentum programs to business processes and manage mission and financial transactions for the country’s 94 district courts.

In January, CGI announced that it would transition the General Services Administration’s websites to a cloud computing infrastructure.

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