CGI Federal selected to help the Federal Communications Commission advance US communications strategies, including 5G

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CGI Federal will support the agency’s digital transformation through a position on the IDIQ Agile Development Support Services (ADSS) contract

FAIRFAX, Va., July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has awarded CGI Federal a position under the multi-time FCC Agile Development Support Services (ADSS), Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract. Under this new contract vehicle, CGI Federal will support the FCC as the agency synchronizes its mission and IT activities, applying agile development methods and cloud-based technologies to support the agency’s digital transformation . FCC stakeholders, from broadband users in rural America to industry leaders seeking to increase 5G competitiveness, will benefit from a modern system lifecycle approach supported by agile development and cloud-based services. The contract awarded by CGI Federal is for an 11-month base period and four 12-month option periods, and task orders will be competitively tendered among the 14 contract awardees against a cumulative cap of $203.5 million for all assigned IDIQ contracts.

Adopting modern cloud-based architectures will enable the FCC to deliver on its priorities, such as pursuing policies to deliver affordable, reliable, and high-speed broadband 100% of the country; promote diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility; empowering consumers to safely and confidently participate in the digital economy; and advancing America’s global competitiveness by promoting investment in and advancement of new communications strategies, such as 5G.

Under IDIQ, FCC offices and bureaus will work with industry partners to deliver end-to-end IT services, enabling the agile design, development, implementation and deployment of systems computers. Individual task orders may include modifying or improving existing IT systems and services, moving existing systems and services to a cloud environment, or creating new IT systems and services by leveraging agile methodologies.

“CGI Federal has earned the trust of the FCC not only through its work supporting its core financial and acquisition processes and its migration to the cloud, but also through its work on the ongoing diagnostics contract and mitigation (CDM) led by CISA,” said Stephane Becker, Senior Vice President at CGI Federal. “This new IDIQ contract enables CGI Federal to further support the FCC’s core mission areas and continue to help the agency innovate and deliver new value to its stakeholders.”

About CGI Federal

CGI Federal Inc., a wholly owned US subsidiary of CGI Inc., is committed to partnering with federal agencies to provide solutions for defense, civilian, healthcare and intelligence missions. Founded in 1976, CGI is one of the world’s largest IT and business consulting firms. With 84,000 consultants and other professionals worldwide, CGI offers an end-to-end portfolio of capabilities, ranging from strategic IT and business consulting to systems integration, and managed IT and process services. business and intellectual property solutions. CGI works with clients through a local relationship model complemented by a global delivery network that helps clients digitally transform their organizations and accelerate results. With reported revenue for fiscal year 2021 of 12.13 billion Canadian dollars, CGI’s shares are listed on the TSX (GIB.A) and the NYSE (GIB). Learn more at cgi.com.

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Forward-looking information and statements include all information and statements regarding CGI’s intentions, plans, expectations, beliefs, objectives, future performance and strategy, and any other information or statements that relate to events or future circumstances and which do not directly affect and relate exclusively to historical facts. Forward-looking information and statements often, but not always, use words such as “believe”, “estimate”, “expect”, “intend”, “anticipate”, “plan”, “plan” , “predict”, “project”, “aim”, “seek”, “strive”, “potential”, “continue”, “target”, “may”, “could”, “could”, “should” , and similar expressions and their variants. Such information and statements are based on our perception of historical trends, current conditions and expected future developments, as well as other assumptions, general and specific, that we believe are appropriate in the circumstances. Such information and statements are, however, by their very nature subject to inherent risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond CGI’s control, and which give rise to the possibility that actual results will differ materially from our expectations expressed or underestimated. understood by such forward-looking information or forward-looking statements.

These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: market risks such as the level of activity of our customers, which is affected by economic conditions, and our ability to negotiate new contracts; risks related to our industry such as competition and our ability to attract and retain qualified employees, develop and expand our services, enter new markets and protect our intellectual property rights; risks associated with our business such as risks associated with our growth strategy, including the integration of new operations, financial and operational risks inherent in global operations, foreign exchange risks, tax laws, our ability to negotiate favorable contractual terms, to provide our services and to collect receivables, and reputational and financial risks related to cybersecurity breaches and other incidents; as well as other risks identified or incorporated by reference in this press release, in CGI’s annual and quarterly MD&As and in other documents made public by us, including our filings with the Canadian Securities Administrators Securities (on SEDAR at www.sedar.com) and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (on EDGAR at www.sec.gov). For a discussion of risks in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, see Pandemic risks in section 8.1.1. of our Q2 2022 management report.

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