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Capgemini Government Solutions Awarded BPA to Support Centers of Excellence Program; Doug Lane Quoted

Jeff Brody

Capgemini Government Solutions announced on Wednesday that the company has been awarded a new multiple-award blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to support the Centers of Excellence (CoE). Capgemini Government Solutions was selected as one of the vendors eligible to provide discovery and assessment services for Cloud Adoption and IT Infrastructure Optimization on the three year CoE Discovery BPA.

The CoE program is a partnership initiative between the General Services Administration (GSA) and the White House Office of American Innovation. The program leverages private sector innovation and government services to accelerate IT modernization and centralize the expertise and best practices.

“This BPA will provide GSA and its agency partners with the much-needed flexibility and agility to rapidly access cloud adoption and IT optimization expertise,” said Doug Lane, CEO of Capgemini Government Solutions. “We look forward to leveraging our extensive experience and commercial best practices in this space to support GSA and its agency partners in achieving their modernization objectives.”

About Capgemini Government Solutions

Capgemini Government Solutions LLC is a member of the Capgemini global family of companies. A leader in consulting, technology services, and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation. 

Building on its 50-year heritage, Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. Capgemini is a multicultural company of over 200,000 team members in more than 40 countries. The Group reported 2018 global revenues of $14.7 billion.

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