CGI has received a ten-year contract to develop an electronic procurement system for the US Navy and Marine Corps (USMC).
The contract is valued at $222.9m and was awarded by the Space and Naval War Systems Command (SPAWAR) Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems.
CGI will develop a contract writing system that will provide standardised contract and procurement management for services, supplies, construction, and grants.
The company will use its Momentum Acquisitions software to provide a single, enterprise-wide contract writing and management system for the services.
The software will enable navy and USMC to process their contract requirements electronically.
In addition, it will provide the capability to interface with other US Department of Defense (DoD), federal, financial, and industry systems.
CGI Federal president Tim Hurlebaus said: “We’re pleased to provide the navy and Marine Corps with our Momentum Acquisitions solution to modernise their contract writing enterprise.
“We believe that our proven technical and management approach will help deliver a user-friendly, fully interoperable, secure and auditable ePS that meets their diverse and emerging stakeholder requirements and look forward to working collaboratively with navy personnel on this all-important deployment.”
The Momentum Acquisitions platform is specifically designed for federal acquisition leaders, contracting officers, contract managers, and administrators.
It is a full-lifecycle solution covering all stages of acquisition, from initial planning and sourcing through post-award, contract management and closeout.
In 2017, CGI won a ten-year $133.9m contract from the US Army to develop a single enterprise-wide contract writing and management system.
The Army Contract Writing System (ACWS), which features CGI’s Momentum solution, enables a standardised acquisition process.