CGI has added applications development outsourcing for state and local courts
and justice agencies to its suite of services to help government agencies
operate more efficiently. In addition to justice agencies, CGI’s government
expertise includes state and local agencies, federal housing agencies and
human capital services agencies.
Government outsourcing experts join CGI
Through the liquidation of the Court Solutions Division of Netgov.com, CGI
has acquired certain assets and government contracts that expand the service
offering of CGI’s Government Division in the U.S. More than a dozen
executives and technical experts with in-depth government experience have
joined CGI, and developed the industry-leading justice system solutions
being utilized in courts around the U.S.
What CGI provides
CGI utilizes Web-enabled technologies, data management systems and data
warehousing capabilities to improve efficiencies in government justice system
operations. The innovative e-filing, knowledge management and process management
product suite seamlessly integrates with in-house case management systems
to provide 24-hour web-based court functionality. The system allows attorneys
to file pleadings, submit related documents, and pay filing fees through
“Our new justice system services, combined with CGI’s proven technology
expertise, and our track record in the government domain offer a value proposition
for our clients that is unique in the marketplace,” said Gregory Robinson,
principal in CGI’s U.S.-based government division.
Government agencies utilizing CGI’s new applications development and
maintenance outsourcing services for justice systems include the Summit
County (Ohio) Clerk of Courts; Allegheny County (Pennsylvania) Prothonotary;
the 19th District Circuit Court of Florida; and several agencies in Cuyahoga
Founded in 1976, CGI is the fourth largest independent information technology
services firm in North America, based on its headcount of more than 13,000
professionals. CGI’s annualized revenue run-rate totals US$1.3 billion.
CGI’s order backlog currently totals US$5.7 billion. CGI provides end-to-end
IT services and business solutions to more than 3,000 clients in the United
States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, India, Japan, and Australia,
from more than 60 offices in more than 20 countries. CGI’s shares are
listed on the NYSE (GIB) and the TSE (GIB.A). They are included in the TSE
300 Composite Index as well as the S&P/TSE Canadian Information Technology
and Canadian MidCap Indices. Website: www.cgiusa.com.