CGI wins $34.2 contract mod to continue Army Training and Doctrine Command support

CGI Federal Inc. has won a $34.2 million contract modification to provide operational support services to the Army Training and Doctrine Command.

The Army Training and Doctrine Command recruits, trains and guides soldiers and personnel and manages 32 Army schools, according to the army’s website.

CGI was awarded the $124.2 million contract in 2015 to offer functional support and training in various areas, including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, according to a notice from FBO. 

Work under the contract modification will be performed at Fort Eustis, Va., and is expected to be completed in September 2017, the Defense Department said in a release. 

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