CGI sails on with Navy recruiting project

Copmpany will combine recruiting, mobile apps and biometrics

CGI Federal has won a single-award $65 million' task order to modernize the Navy Recruiting Command’s nationwide recruiting system.

Under the five-year contract, CGI is to streamline the Navy’s recruiting systems, adding a mobile recruiting capability that can be used by recruiters across the country.

CGI’s expertise “will further automate the Navy’s recruiting function to deliver a one-stop toolset for recruiters across the country,” said Amy Bleken, senior vice president for defense agency programs at CGI.

Work will include system integration, development and maintenance for technology systems the company said.

CGI will also put its biometrics solutions toward this effort, ensuring trusted security credential processing and secure identity and access management.

“With the addition of our biometrics solution, the recruiters will have rapid, controlled access to their systems so they can achieve their mission with confidence,” Bleken said.

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