CGI has received a potential five-year, $100 million task order to help the Defense Intelligence Agency modernize a technology environment for processing data.
The company said Tuesday it will support DIA in efforts to build and deploy a compatible transition database as the agency transitions from the Modernized Integrated Database to the new Machine-assisted Rapid-repository System.
DIA awarded the Data Transformation of Foundational Military Intelligence project through the Alliant 2 contract vehicle as part of efforts to transform how agency analysts gather, evaluate and fuse FMI.
Tim Spadafore, senior vice president of CGI’s federal business, said the project seeks to lay the groundwork for data environment modernization work intended to help DIA optimize and deliver data to U.S. intelligence and defense agencies.
The DTMI task order, which covers a one-year base period plus four one-year option periods, continues CGI’s support to DIA. The agency awarded the company a position on the $12.6 billion Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise contract in March.