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CGI Lands $126M Contract to Advance UK Cabinet Office’s Digital Transformation Efforts

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The United Kingdom has awarded CGI a $119 million contract to support the UK Cabinet Office’s digital transformation efforts.

Under the five-year agreement, CGI will provide the U.K. government with data and technology services.

According to Michael Hill, chief digital information officer for the Cabinet Office, the partnership will deliver capabilities to enable the office’s current and future operations.

CGI said it will work closely with the Cabinet Office’s digital arm to execute the strategic partnership.

In a statement, Tara McGeehan, president of CGI in the U.K. and Australia, said the new deal will support CO Digital’s mission of driving innovation and enhancing the Cabinet Office’s digital capabilities.

“CGI has a demonstrable track record of successfully partnering with the U.K. government and supporting critical national infrastructure,” McGeehan noted.

As the government’s strategic delivery partner, CGI will give access to an ecosystem of partners that will help the Cabinet Office procure specific service requirements.

The contract will also open new opportunities for UK military veterans, such as training them on emerging digital skills, CGI said.

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