CGI Federal Enlists 18 Partners for $1B Interior Dept Cloud IDIQ Team

CGI-logo - ExecutiveMosaicCGI Federal will work with 18 partners to develop and test cloud computing hosting platforms for the Interior Department under a potential 10-year, $1 billion contract.

The team will work to help DOI consolidate data centers, support secure file transfers and perform information technology infrastructure tasks, CGI said Tuesday.

As previously covered on GovCon Wire, CGI is one of 10 prime awardees of the contract that is worth up to $10 billion total (click here to view the full list of winners).

CGI Federal holds a FedRAMP provisional authorization-to-operate for a government-specific community cloud and provides cloud services to several federal agencies under two blanket purchase agreements awarded by the General Services Administration.

The subsidiary’s partners for the DOI contract include:

  • Accelera
  • Accellion
  • Acquia
  • Akamai
  • Carpathia
  • Chenega Government Consulting
  • Esri
  • G&B Solutions
  • IQ Business Group
  • LanTech
  • Microsoft
  • NJVC
  • Onix Networking
  • Phase One Consulting Group
  • Riverbed Technology
  • Technatomy
  • Valley Automation

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