CGI Federal Hiring 250 New Workers in San Antonio; Rob Rolf Comments

CGI-logo_EbizCGI Federal plans to recruit 250 employees for the company’s new office in San Antonio, Texas, the San Antonio Express reported April 10.

Citing a San Antonio Economic Development Foundation statement, David Hendricks writes CGI Federal looked to train the first batch of 100 workers in the two weeks after the report and looked to hire another 150 in June.

The company currently employs 80 workers in San Antonio and the new jobs extend the CGI Group subsidiary’s total headcount in the area to more than 1,000, according to the report.

Rob Rolf, CGI’s Ohio-based vice president, told San Antonio Express the new professional staff will work at the company’s newly leased office at the University Park.

Hendricks reports these workers will develop software and services for the federal government.

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