CGI has secured contracts potentially worth $22 million to help develop, test and implement software applications for the Environmental Protection Agency‘s Office of Research and Development.
The company said Wednesday it seeks to its apply agile development, database management and application maintenance experience to support ORD’s administrative and mission management systems.
CGI has supported the agency over the past two decades.
“CGI's ongoing partnership throughout all of EPA has enabled us to provide ORD with unique insight and efficiencies to help digitally transform their enterprise,” said Tim Hurlebaus, president of CGI’s federal business.
The company has provided an AgileIQ Suite to ORD in a move to help increase transparency and collaboration in the organization’s information technology programs.