CGI has announced its selection by the City of San Diego for a $84M, 4-year contract, with additional option years for a potential 10-year contract term, under which it will provide long-term IT support to meet the evolving requirements of key business applications operated by the City, including a growing portfolio of digitized services. CGI’s support will ensure the City’s 11,000 employees have the tools they need to provide the highest-value services to the residents of San Diego.
The agreement sustains a partnership between San Diego and CGI that began in 2012. CGI currently provides maintenance and system enhancements in support of nearly 300 citywide applications, and deploys local technical staffing for operational support and development. Moving forward, CGI will support new digital services including San Diego’s online permitting system and a paperless real-time vaccine management solution used at City-run vaccination sites.
“We are proud of our longstanding partnership with the City of San Diego and excited at the opportunity to continue a meaningful collaboration as the City continues its digital transformation,” said Joanna Robinson, Senior Vice-President of CGI’s U.S. West Operations. “Our San Diego-based team and CGI’s network of IT professionals remain committed to the City’s success at delivering effective services to residents of this great city.”