CGI nabs $19.6M contract to support Marine Corps maritime program

CGI has won a $19.6 million contract to support the U.S. Marine Corps Blount Island Command.

This contract is a recompete win for the company, it said in a release.

Under the five year contract, CGI will provide worldwide logistics services, software systems support and operational logistics support to the Marine Corps in support of the Marine Corps Maritime Prepositioning Force program.

Under the contract, CGI will provide logistics, engineering and IT support in the areas of prepositioning objective tailoring; logistics planning support; technical data; logistics information support systems; programming support; and automated identification technology implementation.

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