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CGI lands $39-million contract

Managed services and solutions will strengthen cloud security, improve financial management and streamline case workflow


September 19, 2016
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FAIRFAX, VA—CGI has been awarded a contract from the State of Maine that extends the company’s scope of work for the office of the state controller through 2026 with US$39 million of added revenue.

CGI said it will provide managed services and solutions that strengthen cloud security, improve financial management and streamline case workflow for 139 state agencies.

CGI has been an IT partner to Maine since 1989, when the state implemented CGI Advantage Financial Management, a solution that modernized systems plagued by redundant data entry points, slow processing times and a reliance on paper transactions.

In 2005 the state once again chose CGI to upgrade its systems to the web-based solution featuring a centralized and integrated finance, budget and procurement environment.

“Maine is one of many states that have partnered with CGI for ERP modernization, reflecting our long-term investment in ERP technologies over the last four decades,” said Daniel Keene, senior VP of CGI’s Advantage program. “CGI’s ERP solution is built-for-government, specifically to meet the processing, regulatory and funding requirements unique to the public sector.”