CGI Federal wins $143M operational environment contract

CGI Federal Inc. has won a $143 million contract to support the core functions of the operational environment for the U.S Army Training and Doctrine Command, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (G-2). 

The contract has a one-year base and two option years, and was awarded by the Mission Installation Contracting Command, Mission Contracting Office—Fort Eustis. Under its terms, CGI will deliver a range of analytical and technical services across 12 broad task areas, including training operations management; support for Information, Surveillance and Reconnaissance integration; data analysis; and modeling. 

“We are proud to expand our partnership with TRADOC,” said Barb Fast, Major General, U.S. Army (Retired) and CGI Vice-President for Army & Defense Intelligence Programs. “The TRADOC G2 requires sophisticated capabilities in technology and training—rooted in deep mission understanding—in order to prepare Soldiers for the complex operational environments they face today and tomorrow.”

CGI’s work will support all TRADOC G2 major support organizations, Centers of Excellence, Army schools, and Army Combat Training Centers located across the U.S., the company said.

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