Federal leaders face significant pressures to modernize, transform and constantly improve the delivery of government services—anytime, anywhere. Cloud solutions are essential enablers of agile operating models that deliver innovation and mission value while adapting to constant change.

However, years into the cloud journey, many agencies still lack a future-fit, agile cloud strategy—one that supports modernization objectives and enables the digital transformation of government interactions and services. Agencies have learned the painful lessons associated with lift-and-shift strategies, resulting in simplistic modernization efforts, immature cloud-native practices, and sprawling, poorly governed and integrated solutions.

However, with a purposeful, strategic and scalable approach to harnessing the power of cloud, transformation success is within reach. Wherever you are in your journey, CGI has the frameworks, technologies, people and processes to help you move forward with confidence.

CGI's cloud infinity loop highlights how industry experience, technical expertise and operational excellence is combined to deliver cloud and I.T. modernization transformation services

As IT leaders expand their catalogs of cloud-based services to meet mission needs, CGI’s strong partnerships with industry leaders position us to deliver the capabilities you require quickly and cost-effectively. 

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Paresh Patel of CGI Federal
Paresh Patel

CGI expert and Vice President Paresh Patel joined Dave Nelson, CIO of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and Robert Costello, CIO of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Secuity Agency, to discuss how cloud and hybrid IT are evolving within the government. 

During this Government Matters program, the experts and host Mimi Geerges explore the possibilities and pitfalls of hybrid IT configurations—partly in a multi-cloud environment and partly on an agency's premises—in delivering citizen-centric services. 

Hybrid IT: Where we are, where we're going