CGI wins $7.2M contract to move GAO systems to the cloud

CGI has won a $7.2 million contract with the Government Accountability Office to transition GAO’s mission support systems to the cloud.

The contract supports GAO’s financial management, budgeting and procurement transaction processing, implementation and operations systems.

CGI will leverage its CGI Momentum enterprise solution, which provides agencies with financial and acquisition efficiencies, CGI said on its website.

The company also employs its Momentum solution at the Justice and State departments, the Federal Judiciary, the Agriculture Shared Service and other organizations, the company said in a release.

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