CGI Federal visa support work in China
Order value ranges from $94 million to $186 million
- By Mark Hoover
- Dec 11, 2012
CGI Federal has won a task order with a value ranging from $94 million to $186 million from the State Department for visa support services in China.
The task order was awarded under the State Department’s Global Support Strategy task order contract, which is a 10-year, multiple-award contract . CGI's Stanley Associates subsidiary won the work.
This task order, which is the eighth task order awarded under this contract, is firm-fixed-price and its value will be determined according to volume, performance and option awards, the company said.
Under the order, Stanley Associates will launch a global support strategy program in China that provides business process support services to assist with the processing of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications.
Support includes information services, appointment services, fee collection and document delivery, the company said.
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