CGI Federal has today been awarded a five-year, multiple award contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG). The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract is for Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services (TABSS) and is worth a total value of $11 billion across awardees for a wide range of strategically sourced support services for DHS and its component agencies.
“CGI greatly values its continuing partnership with DHS in support of its mission to protect the homeland, prevent terrorism, enforce and administer immigration laws, promote commerce and respond to disasters,” said Donna Ryan, president, CGI Federal. “Our domain expertise and next-generation solutions enhance DHS mission capability and improve cost effectiveness across the agency.”
The contract calls on CGI Federal to compete for task orders to provide mission-critical engineering, program management and technical services to support the entire acquisition life cycle from initiation through, research, development, production, deployment, operations, upgrade and disposal of essential DHS programs and assets.
“TABSS plays a pivotal role in enabling effective support for the planning and administration of programs, projects and major acquisitions key to advancing DHS’s goals and securing our nation,” added Tim Hurlebaus, vice-president of National Security Programs.