Montreal, Quebec, May 6, 2003

CGI has expanded its electronic record and information management system (eRIMS) functionality
with the addition of a module that automates the processing and storage of the Common
Application Form required by agencies using the state of Ohio's CRIS-E (Client Registry
Information System - Enhanced) system. The electronic Common Application Form (eCAF) automates
the Common Application Form so public assistance agencies can store documents electronically,
serve clients more efficiently and streamline the re-certification process.

How eCAF works

CGI's eCAF module assists agencies by digitally storing client information for easier access.
Many agencies within Ohio utilize a manual process that requires caseworkers to print the Common
Application Form, conduct the client interview, obtain the client signature and file the completed
form. Agencies with an electronic management system would then scan and index the completed Common
Application Form. The eCAF module automatically imports the Common Application Form from the CRIS-E
system, adds the indexes and the digital signature, and stores it in the eRIMS solution for
immediate access.

CGI domain expertise

CGI's government solutions experts have been developing electronic solutions for state and local
public assistance agencies for eight years. CGI's eRIMS solution, including the eCAF module, is
currently utilized by two counties in Ohio and is currently being implemented in two additional
counties. CGI's government solutions professionals have helped federal, state and local government
agencies develop more efficient forms and application maintenance and delivery, eliminate waste
within operations through improved inter-agency/department communications, simplify report generation
from legacy databases, and automate agency-wide paper-intensive applications. CGI's information
technology professionals have extensive experience in document-based Internet and network technologies,
and have the ability to quickly create and deploy Integrated Document Management (IDM) solutions for
different applications, platforms and markets.

About CGI

Founded in 1976, CGI is the fourth largest independent information technology services firm in North
America, based on its headcount. CGI and its affiliated companies employ 20,000 professionals. CGI's
annualized revenue run-rate is currently US$2 billion and at March 31, 2003, CGI's order backlog was
US$7.2 billion. CGI provides end-to-end IT and business process services to more than 3,500 clients
worldwide from offices in Canada, United States and Europe. CGI's shares are listed on the TSX (GIB.A)
and the NYSE (GIB) and are included in the TSX 100 Composite Index.

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